From October 23 to 25, 2013 the conference „Mobile Ghent ‘13“ was held in the city of Ghent (Belgium). The aim of the conference was to bring together researchers and experts from around the world to discuss emerging topics and research findings across various fields related to location tracking.
From the Mobility Lab of University of Tartu 7 researchers, PhD and MSc students participated.
Siiri Silm – Measuring ethnic composition by passive mobile positioning data in case of Estonians and Russians in Tallinn.
Veronika Mooses – Ethnic differences in spatial mobility during national and public holidays.
Laura Altin – Evaluating the movements of visitors of concerts of mega-stars in Estonia using passive mobile positioning data.
Kaisa Vent – Determing discretionary activity locations from mobile positioning data: a study with passive mobile positioning data.
Pilleriine Kamenjuk – Changes in sizes of daily activity spaces due to the change of residence according to mobile positioning data.
Kati Nilbe – Destination characteristics affecting visitors’ travel distance: the case of Estonian foreign event visitors.