Opening and discussion motions (Friday)

Amy Griffin, Arzu Çöltekin, Sidonie Christophe (Australia, Switzerland, France) – The reproducibility ‚crisis‘ in science: Is it relevant for cartographers?
Menno-Jan Kraak (Netherlands) – Atlas, what atlas?
Vít Voženílek (Czechia) – Towards True Atlases: a System Theory in Atlas Conceptualization
Francis Harvey (Germany) – This atlas is your atlas: Towards atlases as narrative structures in the post-truth world
Susanne Bleisch (Switzerland) – Opportunities and limitations of the story network principle – exemplied by the “Alters-Atlas”

Session 1 (Saturday)

Eric Losang (Germany) – The atlas narrative – an analytical framework connecting structuralist and poststructuralist approaches
Anthony C. Robinson, Cary Anderson, Sterling D. Quinn (USA) – MapSieve: Evaluating Geovisualization for Spatial Learner Analytics
Asche Hartmut, Andreas Fricke (Germany) – From atlas production tools to atlas service system
Robert Roth (USA) – How can user-centered design studies contribute?

Session 2 (Saturday)

Ismini E. Lokka, Arzu Çöltekin (Switzerland) – Virtual environments designed to improve route-learning performance: A focus on age and visuospatial abilities
Jan Brus, Stanislav Popelka (Czechia) – Intuitiveness of uncertainty visualisations: An user study
Dajana Snopková (Czechia) – Introducing the ColorADD color coding system in map design
Mohd Shahmy Mohd Said (Great Britain) – Classifying the Diversity of Bus Mapping Systems

Session 3 (Saturday)

Katarzyna Słomska, Izabela Gołębiowska (Poland) – Do all digital natives fall for interactive maps?
Lilliam Sofía Gómez Solórzano (Honduras) – Atlases and Usability: People interaction with different cartographic means
Alena Vondráková (Czechia) – User Perception of Systematically Created Maps
René Sieber, Raimund Schnuerer (Switzerland) – Atlas of Switzerland – First Experience with User Activity Tracking
Meghan Kelly, Nick Lally, Robert Roth (USA) – Humanizing Interactive Maps

Session 4 (Sunday)

László Zentai (Hungary) – Development of Hungarian school atlases in the last decades (Atlases)
Lukáš Herman (Czechia) – How deal with user interaction in 3D geovisualizations?
Raimund Schnürer, Martin Ritzi, Arzu Çöltekin, René Sieber, Lorenz Hurni (Switzerland) – Death to 3D pie charts? Hold on a second
Petr Trahorsch, Jan. D. Bláha (Czechia) – Expert Assessment of Maps in Regional-geographic Textbooks in Terms of Their Usability
Viktor Chabaniuk (Ukraine) – Deconstruction of atlas choropleth map

Session 5 (Sunday)

Olaf König (Switzerland) – Retro-atlases II: a new edition of the first Statistical Atlas of Switzerland (1897)
Waldemar Spallek (Poland) – Historical atlas of Hasidism: geovisualisation of mystical religious movement
Viktor Putrenko (Ukraine) – Web Atlas of Sustainable Development of Ukraine
Bashkim Idrizi (Macedonia), Besart Halimi (Kosova) – The 3D virtual cartographic model for the city of Prishtina

Final discussion (Monday)

Final discussion and closing session