Willington Siabato is a Teaching Fellow at the Department of Topographic Engineering and Cartography from the Technical University of Madrid. He is also Research Assistant at the Laboratory for Technology and Information in Geoscience (LatinGEO – Centro GeoI+D). His teaching and research interests include spatial analysis and geographic information systems (GIS), temporal GIS, temporal and spatiotemporal reasoning, geosemantics, geographic and temporal information retrieval, mark-up languages, and Geographic Information Sciences (GISci). Recently, his research has focused on semantic and temporal components of geographic information, development of virtual map rooms, and aeronautical information management and geoservices. He obtained his BSc. degree in Land Surveying (Hons) from the Distrital University of Colombia. Then, he went on to do a Masters degree in GIS from the Pontificia de Salamanca University. Currently, he is writing his doctoral dissertation on semantic and temporal components of GI. He is member of the OGC WG's on GML and Aviation domains.
Recursos acadÉmicos y sitios web
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Acuerdo de Licencia
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The Rise of the Bitcoin: Virtual Gold or Cyber-Bubble?Bitcoin virtual currency is booming as it is used to pay for goods and services directly over the Internet without requiring intermediaries such as banks or credit card companies.Washington Post (05/04/13) Anthony Faiola; T.W. Farnam; Eliza Mackintosh
NSF Supports Data SharingNSF Supports U.S. Participation in the Launch of International Effort Aimed at Making Data Easier to Share Among Researchers National Science Foundation (18/03/13)
A Strange Computer Promises Great SpeedLockheed Martin is preparing to become the first company to incorporate a quantum computer in its business operations.New York Times (21/03/13) Quentin Hardy
IBM Moves Toward Post-Silicon TransistorIBM researchers have developed a method for creating transistors that could be fashioned into virtual circuitry that mimics how the human brain operates. IDG News Service (21/03/13) Joab Jackson