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Grassroots geomatics synthese project
Grassroots geomatics synthese project
Grassroots geomatics synthese project
Grassroots geomatics synthese project
Grassroots geomatics synthese project
Grassroots geomatics synthese project
Grassroots geomatics synthese project
Grassroots geomatics synthese project
Grassroots geomatics synthese project
Grassroots geomatics synthese project
Grassroots geomatics synthese project
Grassroots geomatics synthese project
Grassroots geomatics synthese project
Grassroots geomatics synthese project
Grassroots geomatics synthese project
Grassroots geomatics synthese project
Grassroots geomatics synthese project
Grassroots geomatics synthese project
Grassroots geomatics synthese project
Grassroots geomatics synthese project
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  • 1. Grassroots ‘Peer Evaluation’Geomatics Synthese ProjectEdward Verbree Delft University of Technology Challenge the future
  • 2. Geomatics Synthesis Project Final presentation November 24th 2010Supervisors: Edward Verbree, Cristiaan Tiberius, Ben Gorte, Sisi ZlatanovaGroup members: Ye, Daniel, Martin, Marjolein, Bas, Simeon, Hoe-Ming, Sonia, Stratos, Amir, YiJing, Tom 2
  • 3. Who are we and why are we here? 3
  • 4. Synthesis Project DefinitionDedicated to the Climate City Campus (http://www.tudelft.nl/live/pagina.jsp?id=d278c89d-70ee-4257-9824-0bcf0cac34bf&lang=en)“Make TU Delft a showcase for multidisciplinary climate research”The Geomatics Synthesis projectOur goal:Help building a fundamental framework which will support multidisciplinary climate research in the campus.Our objectives:“Provide the tools to measure and model the climate in the campus“ 4
  • 5. ClimateClimate is what you expect, weather is what you get! 5
  • 6. Urban ClimateWhat is (urban) climate? Depends on: o size o location o activities o stage of development o… Example: the energy balance depends on changes of chemical content of the area, CO2 emmision of cars, changes reflection (energy fluxes) of landcover, etc. 6
  • 7. Stakeholder requirementsStakeholder activity Climate parameter of Requirements on 3D interest model and sensing systemCCC organization All climate parameters Extensible 3D environment able to store and manage urban objects and their thematic propertiesHeat simulations Trees, surface properties Storage of surface parameters and trees. Shadow analysis on trees and buildingsWind simulations Trees, porosity of tree Ability to insert and extract canopy, building geometry buildings or trees from the modelPeople tracking and comfort Trees, surface properties, Continuous tracking oflevel temperature people for mobility research 7
  • 8. Result: Paper UDMS Workshop Measure the Climate, Model the City• E. Boufidou, T. J. F. Commandeur & S. B. Nedkov• MSc Geomatics, Delft University of Technology, The Netherlands • This study involves the set-up of an extensible framework, able to store and handle 3-D representations and thematic properties of the built environment as well as regional climate parameters which vary in space and time. To this end, the computer modelling programme CityGML has been used and extended to allow the storage of climate parameters. • The campus of the Delft University of Technology (TU Delft) will be the test bed for such an application, and the current study contains the procedure and the results of a student project within the Geomatics MSc programme at the TU Delft. 8
  • 9. Geomatics Synthese Project Peer evaluation• During the project, two self-evaluations and two peer reviews have to be held, i.e. they are compulsory. The project tutor will draw your attention to these evaluations, and how to access them.• Final Individual Grade: • Group Grade • Individual Grade• The tutors also check the consistence of this grading with the peer evaluation results. 9
  • 10. Geomatics Synthese Project Scorion• Mid-term • Excel sheet• Final • Scorion 10
  • 11. Student A about B: Midterm• Technical: 3• Commitment: 3• Attitude: 1• Initiative: 2• Management of Resources: 3• Communication: 3• Lack of motivation. No participation in group brainstorm sessions. No creative input. Not a team player. Wants to be told exactly what to do, no own input. Demotivates fellow group members. 11
  • 12. Student A about B Final• Technical: 3• Commitment : 2• Attitude: 1• Initiative: 2• Management of Resources: 2• Communication: 1• Rather poor team member.. didnt contribute anything intellectual to the project. His first and often only contribution to a discussion: "there is no time left" and "its too complicated". Also, waits till others come up with ideas and input. He cannot work without a recipe. Even though he says to be open to critical input he never accepts it. Has all kinds of responses at the ready. 12
  • 13. Student B about A Midterm• Technical: 4• Commitment : 4• Attitude: 3• Initiative: 4• Management of Resources: 3• Communication: 3• Needs to get a more on top view of the project, set more effectively deadlines etc.. 13
  • 14. Student B about A Final• Technical: 4• Commitment : 2• Attitude: 2• Initiative: 2• Management of Resources: 3• Communication: 1• Works very hard but on his own island, does not inform other team members about meetings with actors. Unfortunately grumpy all day, makes other people feel useless in the project group. 14
  • 15. Scorion Student A 15
  • 16. Scorion Student B 16
  • 17. Scorion Student C 17
  • 18. Ervaringen & aanbevelingen• Scorion is een nieuw systeem • Aanwijzingen en hulp noodzakelijk bij opstarten• Invullen van formulier is voor student veel werk • zelfevaluatie • (n-1) mede-studenten • 5 competentiegebieden • Job performace; attitude; leadership; management of resources; communication • 5 beoordelingen • excellent; good; satisfactory; marginal; poor• Student heeft voorkeur voor eenvoudige excel-sheet • Overzicht, cijfers i.p.v. rangvolgorde 18
  • 19. Ervaringen & aanbevelingen• Voor student: veel scroll en aanvinkwerk • Verlies van overzicht • Vergelijking moeilijk • Is deze student op dit competentiegebied beter dan de ander?• Beoordeling: • Meetschaal: ordinaal • satisfactory; poor; marginal; satisfactory; satisfactory • Gemiddelde: ??? • Becijfering: interval • Verhouding heeft betekenis: 3, 1, 2, 3, 3 • Gemiddelde = 2.4 • Spreiding 19
  • 20. Ervaringen & aanbevelingen• Pentagram diagram in Scorion is onjuist • Zelfde score, maar andere volgorde competenties biedt ander beeld• Gemiddeld cijfer per student zegt niet zo veel • Is afhankelijk beoordeling van hele groep per competentiegebied • Groepsgemiddelde voor ‘motivatie’ = 3, dan is groep ongemotiveerd.• Internationale groep • Nederlander: eerlijk / ‘bot’, dus van ‘poor’ tot ‘excellent’ • Chinees: iedereen is gelijk, dus iedereen even goed• Commentaar is veel belangrijker dan cijfer • Alleen zichtbaar voor student, of ook voor tutor 20

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