Conference abstracts and posters (since 2005)

  1. M. Morrish, C. Rinner, S. Swales: Business Decision-Making with QGIS? Developing an Open-Source Location Analytics Toolkit. URISA Ontario - BeSpatial Event, 1-2 May 2019, Thornhill, Ontario
  2. C. Rinner: Status and Directions of Open Data in Canada: Summary of Recent Research at Ryerson University. Abstract and poster presentation at AGIT_30 Symposium und Expo Angewandte Geoinformatik, July 4-6, 2018, Salzburg, Austria
  3. C. Oswald, C. Rinner, A. Robinson: Applications of 3D Printing in Physical Geography Education and Urban Visualization. Abstract and presentation at the 43rd Canadian Cartographic Association Conference, May 30-June 2, 2018, Lawrencetown, Nova Scotia, Canada
  4. C. Rinner, C. Oswald: Applications of 3D Printing in Education and Geospatial Decision Support. Abstract and presentation at GIS in Education and Research conference, 11 October 2017, Toronto, Canada. Available at https://hed.esri.ca/gisconference2017.html
  5. S.J. Swales, C. Rinner, M. Morrish, S. Wang, M. MacDonald, K.W. Forsythe: RECODE: The Development of an Open-source GIS Software Application of the Huff Gravity Model. Abstract and poster presentation (by S.J.S.) at GI_Forum, 4-7 July 2017, Salzburg, Austria
  6. C. Rinner, A. Komaromy, A. Lindgren: Geospatial Tools for the Visualization and Analysis of Local News Distribution. Abstract submission for conference "Is no local news bad news? Local journalism and its future", 3-4 June 2017, Ryerson University, Toronto, Canada
  7. C. Rinner, C. Oswald: 3D-Printed Geography for Education, Outreach, and More? GIS-Pro 2016: URISA's 54th Annual Conference, Oct 31-Nov 3, 2016, Toronto, Canada
  8. M. McHenry, C. Rinner: The Impact of Multi-Criteria Decision Analysis Parameters on an Urban Deprivation Index. Abstract and presentation at the 41st Canadian Cartographic Association Conference, June 7-9, 2016, Winnipeg
  9. C. Rinner, S. Voss: MCDA4ArcMap - Proof-of-Concept for GIS-based Multi-Criteria Decision Analysis. Abstract and presentation at URISA Ontario BeSpatial 2016 conference, May 4, 2016, Mississauga
  10. V. Fast, C. Rinner: Putting Place Back into Food: Durham's Local Food VGI System. Abstract and presentation (by V.F.) at Canadian Association of Geographers annual meeting, 1-5 June 2015, Vancouver, Canada
  11. K. Barber, D. MacLellan, C. Rinner: Enabling the public to map data - An examination of the City of Toronto's neighbourhood wellbeing indices. Abstract and presentation (by K.B.) at Canadian Sociological Association annual conference, 1-5 June 2015, Ottawa, Canada
  12. C. Rinner: About Quick-Service Mapping and Lines in the Sand. Abstract and presentation at Cartography and Geovisualization, Canadian Cartographic Association annual conference, 27-29 May 2015, Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island
  13. C. Rinner, H. Hart, M. McHenry, C. Huber, D. MacLellan: The Role of Maps and Composite Indices in Place-Based Decision-Making. Abstract and poster presentation at the Annual Meeting of the Association of American Geographers (AAG), 21-25 April 2015, Chicago, USA
  14. V. Fast, B.B. Walker, C. Rinner: Conceptualizing Volunteered Geographic Information and the Participatory Geoweb. Abstract and poster presentation (by V.F.) at the Annual Meeting of the Association of American Geographers (AAG), 21-25 April 2015, Chicago, USA
  15. C. Rinner, D. MacLellan, K. Heinrich, K. Barber: Place-Based Policy-Making with Area-Based Composite Indices - Conceptual Challenges and Community Uptake of "Wellbeing Toronto". Abstract and presentation at the Annual Meeting of the Association of American Geographers (AAG), 8-12 April 2014, Tampa, USA
  16. C. Rinner, H. Hart, S. Kershaw, C. Mirabelli, E. Lin, A. Jaouich: The Role of Maps in Mental Health Care System Improvement and Policy Input. Abstract and presentation (by H.H.) at the Annual Meeting of the Association of American Geographers (AAG), 8-12 April 2014, Tampa, USA
  17. C. Rinner, M. Markieta, K. Desai, M. Burchfield, R. Allen: Widgets for Wicked Problems: The Neptis Geoweb Tool and Datasets. Abstract and presentation (by M.M.) at the Annual Meeting of the Association of American Geographers (AAG), 8-12 April 2014, Tampa, USA
  18. V. Fast, C. Rinner: Developing a Volunteered Geographic Information System to Support Local Food Systems Mapping in the Region of Durham. Abstract and presentation (by V.F.) at the Spatial Knowledge and Information Canada Conference, 7-9 February 2014, Banff, Canada
  19. E. Baculi, C. Rinner: Content Analysis of Municipal Open Data Catalogues Across Canada. Abstract and presentation (by E.B.) at the Spatial Knowledge and Information Canada Conference, 7-9 February 2014, Banff, Canada
  20. S. Voss, C. Rinner: A Multi-Criteria Decision Analysis and Visualization Tool for ArcGIS 10. Abstract and poster presentation (by C.R.) at the Joint 2013 Canadian Institute of Geomatics Annual Conference and the 2013 International Conference on Earth Observation for Global Changes (EOGC 2013), 5-7 June 2013, Toronto, Ontario, Canada
  21. M. Markieta, C. Rinner: A Map Overlay and Opacity Tool for Visual Multi-Criteria Analysis. Abstract and presentation (by M.M.) at the Joint 2013 Canadian Institute of Geomatics Annual Conference and the 2013 International Conference on Earth Observation for Global Changes (EOGC 2013), 5-7 June 2013, Toronto, Ontario, Canada
  22. W. Isaranuwatchai, C. Rinner, H. Hart, A. Paglia-Boak, R. Mann, K. McKenzie: Map-Centred Exploration of Drug Use and Mental Health Among Ontario High School Students. Abstract and poster presentation (by C.R., H.H.) at the Daphne Cockwell School of Nursing 6th Annual Research Day, 5 June 2013, Ryerson University, Toronto, Ontario, Canada
  23. C. Rinner, V. Fast: A Systems Perspective on Volunteered Geographic Information. Abstract and presentation (by V.F.) at Association of American Geographers Annual Meeting, 9-13 April 2013, Los Angeles, California
  24. A.P. Sani, C. Rinner: Cloud Computing for Participatory Geoweb Applications. Abstract and presentation (by A.S.) at URISA’s 2012 Caribbean GIS Conference, 12-16 November 2012, Montego Bay, Jamaica
  25. A.C.-D. Lee, C. Rinner: Visualizing Spatio-Temporal Data with Self-Organizing Maps: Socio-Economic Status of Toronto Neighbourhoods, 1996-2006. Abstract and presentation at Workshop on GeoVisual Analytics: Time to Focus on Time, at GIScience Conference, 18 September 2012, Columbus, OH
  26. J. Critchley, C. Rinner: Integrating Geotagged Tweets with PPGIS. Abstract and poster presentation (by. J.C.) at the Canadian Association of Geographers (CAG) 2012 conference, 28 May - 2 June 2012, Waterloo, Canada
  27. M. Markieta, C. Rinner: Using Web Map Overlay for Visual Multi-Criteria Analysis – The Example of the Ontario Human Influence Index. Abstract and poster presentation (by M.M.) at the GEOIDE Annual Scientific Conference, 14-17 May 2012, Quebec City, Canada
  28. C. Rinner: Ten Years of Argumentation Mapping: An Overview of Concepts, Tools, and Case Studies. Abstract and poster presentation at the International Cartographic Conference, 3-8 July 2011, Paris, France
  29. B. Walker, C. Rinner: An Analytical Framework for Evaluating Participatory Initiatives on the Geospatial Web. Abstract and presentation (by B.W.) at the Annual Conference of the Canadian Association of Geographers, 31 May - 4 June 2011, Calgary, Canada
  30. B. Walker, C. Rinner: Deconstructing Effective Participation on the Geoweb. Abstract and poster presentation (by B.W.) at the GEOIDE Annual Scientific Conference, 16-17 May 2011, Toronto, Canada
  31. C. Rinner: Intra-Urban Heat Vulnerability Assessment for Toronto: Lessons from a Community-University Partnership. Abstract and presentation at the Spatial Knowledge and Information Canada Conference, 3-6 March 2011, Fernie, Canada
  32. A. Komaromy, A. Lindgren, C. Rinner: Point Pattern Analysis for Geographic References in the Toronto Star. Abstract and poster presentation (by A.K.) at the annual meeting of the Ontario Division of the Canadian Association of Geographers (CAGONT), 16 October 2010, Toronto, Canada
  33. M. Morrish, C. Rinner: The Map-Maker’s Baptism by Fire – Experiences with Creating an Alumni Map. Abstract and poster presentation (by M.M.) at the annual meeting of the Ontario Division of the Canadian Association of Geographers (CAGONT), 16 October 2010, Toronto, Canada
  34. J. Tress, D. Yee, C. Rinner, K. Wilson: The Influence of Modifiable Neighbourhood Definitions on Local Clusters of Hospitalization Rates: An Exploratory Case Study for Mississauga, Ontario. Abstract and poster presentation (by C.R.) at the annual meeting of the Ontario Division of the Canadian Association of Geographers (CAGONT), 16 October 2010, Toronto, Canada
  35. M. Hussain, C. Rinner: Toronto’s Urban Heat Island: Exploring the Relationship between Land Use and Surface Temperature. Abstract and presentation (by M.H.) at the annual meeting of the Ontario Division of the Canadian Association of Geographers (CAGONT), 16 October 2010, Toronto, Canada
  36. J. Young, C. Rinner: Increasing the Utilization of Geovisual Analytics for Health Policy Decision-Making. Abstract and presentation (by J.Y.) at the GEOIDE Student Network Student Showcase, Canadian Geomatics Conference, 15-18 June 2010, Calgary
  37. B. Walker, L. Smith, S. Munshi, C. Rinner: Developing an Online Community Resource Map to Engage Marginalised Populations. Abstract and presentation (by B.W.) at the Canadian Geomatics Conference (incl. GEOIDE Annual Scientific Conference), 15-18 June 2010, Calgary
  38. I. Chung, C. Rinner: The Potential of the Participatory Geoweb for Public Engagement and Decision-Making in Climate Change Issues. Abstract and presentation (by I.C.) at the Canadian Geomatics Conference (incl. GEOIDE Annual Scientific Conference), 15-18 June 2010, Calgary
  39. M. Campbell, C. Rinner, D. Patychuk, K. Bassil, S. Briggs, S. Gower: Preparing for Climate Change: Mapping Vulnerability to Heat in Toronto. Abstract and presentation (by M.C.) at the Canadian Association of Public Health (CPHA) Annual Conference, 13-16 June 2010, Toronto
  40. J. Young, N. Ashton, C. Rinner: Spatio-Temporal Multi-Criteria Analysis - Conceptual Challenges and Application to Health Service Planning. Abstract and presentation (by J.Y.) at the workshop on Geospatial Visual Analytics: Focus on Time at the 13th AGILE International Conference on Geographic Information Science, 10-11 May 2010, Guimarães, Portugal
  41. M. Hussain, C. Rinner: Toronto’s Urban Heat Island – Exploring the Relationship Between Land Use and Surface Temperature. Poster presentation (by C.R.) at the Urban Heat Island Summit, 03 May 2010, Toronto, Canada
  42. J. Young, C. Rinner, D. Patychuk, A. Koch: Neighbourhood-Level Planning for Newcomer Health Services: The Role of Maps and Indicator Standardization. Abstract and poster presentation (by J.Y.) at the annual meeting of the Ontario Division of the Canadian Association of Geographers (CAGONT), 17 October 2009, Mississauga, Canada
  43. S. Briggs, C. Rinner, S. Gower, M. Campbell: Geospatial Distribution of Air Pollution and Socioeconomic Status in Toronto. Abstract and poster presentation (by S.B.) at the annual meeting of the Ontario Division of the Canadian Association of Geographers (CAGONT), 17 October 2009, Mississauga, Canada
  44. B. Walker, L. Smith, S. Munshi, C. Rinner: An Interactive, Web-Based Map of Community Resources in the City of Toronto. Abstract and poster presentation (by B.W.) at the annual meeting of the Ontario Division of the Canadian Association of Geographers (CAGONT), 17 October 2009, Mississauga, Canada
  45. K. Bassil, C. Rinner, D. Patychuk, S. Gower, M. Campbell: Development of a Spatial Vulnerability Assessment for Heat-Related Illness. Abstract and presentation (by K.B.) at the International Society of Environmental Epidemiology Conference, 25-28 August 2009, Dublin, Ireland
  46. M.D. Cusimano, B. Moldofsky, M. Beaudry, C. Rinner, S. Marshall: Developing an Online Injury Atlas for Ontario. Abstract and presentation (by S.M.) at the International Symposium in Medical Geography Symposium, 12-17 July 2009, Hamilton, Canada
  47. C. Rinner, I. Dragovic, J. Young, D. Patychuk, Y. Shakya, A. Koch: Community Health Mapping to Investigate Health Disparities between Neighbourhoods in Toronto. Abstract and poster presentation at the 2nd Annual Nursing Research Day, Ryerson University, 24 June 2009, Toronto, Canada
  48. B. Moldofsky, M.Beaudry, J. Cinnamon, C. Rinner, M.D. Cusimano, S. Marshall:Development and Cartographic Design of a CGDI-Compliant Online InjuryAtlas for Ontario. Abstract and presentation (by B.M.) at GeomaticsAtlantic, Canadian Cartographic Association Conference, 9-12 June 2009,Wolfville, Canada
  49. B. Kelsey, C.Rinner: User Task Scenarios for Map-Based Decision Support inCommunity Health Planning. Abstract and poster presentation at the AGILE International Conference on Geographic Information Science, 2-5 June 2009, Hannover, Germany
  50. I. Chung, A. Sani, J. Young, C. Rinner: Participation on the Geoweb: Map-Based Discussion to Engage Residents in Local Climate Change Response and Adaptation. Abstract and poster presentation (by I.C., A.S., and J.Y.) at the GEOIDE Annual Scientific Conference, 27-29 May 2009, Vancouver,Canada
  51. J. Kumari, C.Rinner: Participatory GIS for Environmental Planning: A Case Study in the Kawarthas. Abstract and poster presentation at the GEOIDE Annual Scientific Conference, 28-30 May 2008, Niagara Falls, Canada
  52. O. Yermakhanova, C. Rinner: The Effect of Spatial Association on Multiple Decision Criteria.Abstract and poster presentation at the GEOIDE Annual Scientific Conference, 28-30 May 2008, Niagara Falls, Canada
  53. C. Rinner: Bridging the Gap Between Analytic and Deliberative Spatial Decision Support. Abstractfor an organized session at the Annual Meeting of the Association of American Geographers (AAG), Boston, USA, 15-19 April 2008
  54. M. Cusimano, S. Marshall, M. Chipman, C. Rinner, T. Hernandez, R. Glazier, K. Jones, R. Burgess: Determinants of land use and local socioeconomic characteristics on location of injury in Toronto, Canada. Abstract and presentation (by S.M.) at the 9th World Conference on Injury Prevention and Safety Promotion, 15-18 March 2008, Merida, Yucatan, Mexico
  55. C. Rinner, J. Cinnamon, A. Mangiardi, T. Hernandez, S. Marshall, M. Cusimano, R. Glazier,M. Chipman: Web Mapping of Injury and Its Socio-Demographic Determinants – Map Types and Their Potential Uses. Abstract and presentation at the Canadian Public Health Association (CPHA) 2007 Annual Conference and First Canadian Public Health Geomatics Conference, 16-19 September 2007, Ottawa, Canada
  56. S. Andrulis, C.Rinner: Testing the Applicability of Argumentation Mapping to a Non-Geographically Referenced Planning Debate. Poster presentation at GEOIDE Annual Scientific Conference, 06-08 June 2007, Halifax, Canada
  57. B. Kelsey, C. Rinner: Usability Analysis of Map-Centred Decision Support for Community Health. Poster presentation at GEOIDE Annual Scientific Conference, 06-08 June 2007, Halifax, Canada
  58. C. Rinner: Sensitivity Analysis for Geographically Referenced Argumentation. Abstract and presentation at the Annual Meeting of the Association of American Geographers (AAG), San Francisco, USA, 17-21 April 2007
  59. C. Rinner: A Geographic Visualization Approach to Multi-Criteria Evaluation of Urban Quality of Life. Unpublished long abstract and oral presentation at the workshop on “Visualization, Analytics & Spatial Decision Support” at the GIScience 2006 Conference, Münster, Germany, 20 September 2006
  60. C. Rinner, S. Ferber: Eye Movements in Map Comparison - Preliminary Results and Lessons Learned. Abstract and presentation at the Canadian Cartographic Association’s annual meeting (in conjunction with GeoTec conference), 18-21 June 2006, Ottawa, Canada
  61. C. Rinner, C. Sidlar, M. Bird, C. Keßler, A. Hari: Argumentation Mapping: Case Studies in Participatory Spatial Decision Support. Poster presentation at GEOIDE Annual Scientific Conference, 31 May-02 June 2006, Banff, Canada
  62. M. Cusimano, K. Jones, I. Johnson, R. Glazier, M. Chipman, C. Rinner, K. Arena, V. Grant, T. Bekele, P. Bermingham, J. Atkinson: Using Geomatics to Understand and Prevent Traumatic Brain Injury. Abstract and presentation (by M.C.) at the Canadian Public Health Association 96th Annual Conference, Ottawa, Ontario, 18-21 Sept 2005
  63. C. Rinner, S. Ferber: The Effects of Map Reading Expertise and Map Type on Eye Movements in Map Comparison Tasks. Abstract and poster presentation at the Conference on Spatial Information Theory (COSIT 2005), 14-18 Sept 2005, Ellicottville, NY
  64. C. Rinner, C. Sidlar: A Web-based Argumentation Map for Collaboration in Spatial Decision-Making. Abstract and presentation (by C.S.) for Annual Meeting of the Canadian Association of Geographers (CAG), London, Ontario, 31 May - 4 June 2005

Other presentations (since 2005)

  1. C. Rinner: GIS in Research and Education at Ryerson. Invited presentation, City of Barrie and Simcoe County GIS Day Conference, 10 November 2017, Barrie City Hall, Barrie, Canada
  2. C. Rinner: Maps as Tools for Visual Analysis of Geospatial Data. Invited presentation, SORA-TABA Workshop & DLSPH Biostatistics Research Day, 5 May 2017, Hospital for Sick Children, Toronto, Canada
  3. C. Rinner: Area-based Composite Indices, Participatory Mapping, and 3D-Printed Geographies. Internal SRC presentation, Department of Geography and Environmental Studies, Ryerson University, 21 March 2017, Toronto, Canada
  4. C. Rinner, C. Oswald: 3D Printing of Watersheds and More. Presentation at workshop #GeovisUW - Geovisualization of Urban Water to Advance Management and Education, 30 June 2016, Ryerson University, Toronto, Canada
  5. C. Rinner, C. Oswald: 3D Printed Geographies - Techniques and Examples. Poster presentation at URISA Ontario BeSpatial 2016 conference, May 4, 2016, Mississauga
  6. C. Rinner: Recent Experiences in Teaching GIScience and Cartography. Panel presentation at Cartography and Geovisualization, Canadian Cartographic Association annual conference, 27-29 May 2015, Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island
  7. C. Rinner: Humanitarian Mapping for Nepal. PechaKucha Night presentation at Cartography and Geovisualization, Canadian Cartographic Association annual conference, 27-29 May 2015, Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island
  8. C. Rinner: What is VGI, Anyway? Presentation at the annual general meeting of SSHRC Partnership Grant "Geothink", Ottawa, Canada, 11-13 June 2014
  9. C. Rinner, S. Gower: Toronto's Heat Vulnerability Maps: A Planning Tool for Hot Weather Response and Climate Change Adaptation. Presentation at 4th annual project workshop, System for Integrated Modeling of Metropolitan Extreme Heat Risk (SIMMER), "Linking Complex Science to Policy for Heat-Health Decision-Making", Health Canada, Toronto, Ontario, 24 October 2013
  10. C. Rinner, J. Critchley, B. Carter, H. Hart: Crowdsourcing and Alternative Indices for Toronto's Heat Vulnerability Assessment. Presentation at the 3rd annual project workshop, System for Integrated Modeling of Metropolitan Extreme Heat Risk (SIMMER), National Center for Atmospheric Research, Boulder Colorado, 09 October 2012
  11. C. Rinner: Geographic Information Systems and Science at Ryerson. Presentation at the meeting of the External Advisory Council of the Ontario Council of University Libraries' Geospatial Portal project, University of Toronto, 09 March 2012
  12. C. Rinner, C. Mee: Toronto's Spatially Explicit Heat Vulnerability Assessment. Presentation at the 2nd annual project workshop, System for Integrated Modeling of Metropolitan Extreme Heat Risk (SIMMER), National Center for Atmospheric Research, Boulder Colorado, 10 October 2011
  13. C. Rinner, M. Hussain: Surface Temperature and Land-Use in Toronto's Urban Heat Island. Presentation at the 2nd annual project workshop, System for Integrated Modeling of Metropolitan Extreme Heat Risk (SIMMER), National Center for Atmospheric Research, Boulder Colorado, 10 October 2011
  14. C. Rinner: Geovisual Analytics for Decision-Making in Public Health. Presentation at the GIS and Health Education Day, Ontario Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care, 30 November 2010, Toronto, Canada
  15. S. Gower, C. Rinner, D. Patychuk, K. Bassil, S. Briggs, M. Campbell, C. Mee, E. Pacheco: Preparing for Climate Change: Mapping Heat Vulnerability in Toronto. Presentation (by S.G.) at the Urban Heat Island Summit, 03 May 2010, Toronto, Canada
  16. S. Gower, C. Rinner, D. Patychuk: Using Maps to Support Hot Weather Response in Toronto – Seeking Input. Presentation (by S.G. and C.R.) at the Hot Weather Response Committee meeting, 19 October 2009, Toronto, Canada
  17. C. Rinner: Current Research in Geographic Analysis & the City. Presentation at the Toronto District School Board’s Teacher’s Professional Development Day, 30 November 2007, Toronto, Canada
  18. C. Rinner: Community Mapping and Map-based Analysis of Neighbourhood Health. Presentation at the Ontario Association for Geographic and Environmental Education (OAGEE) Fall Conference, 27 October 2007, Toronto, Canada
  19. C. Rinner: Geovisualisierung zur räumlichen Entscheidungsunterstützung [Geovisualization for Spatial Decision Support]. Invited presentation at Institute for Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing, Technical University of Vienna, Austria, 06 November 2006
  20. C. Rinner: An Interactive Map-based Approach to Exploring and Evaluating Newcomer Health Indicators. Invited presentation at Access Alliance Multicultural Community Health Centre, Toronto, 04 October 2006
  21. C. Rinner: Interactive Map-Centred Analytic Hierarchy Process for Public Health Assessment. Presentation and Software demonstration in a meeting with the Institute of Clinical Evaluation Studies, Sunnybrook Hospital, Toronto, 04 April 2006
  22. C. Rinner: The Use of Maps for Geographic Analysis – From Data Exploration to Spatial Decision Support. Invited lecture, Department of Geography, Ryerson University, Toronto, 02 March 2006
  23. C. Rinner: The Role of GIS Technology in Emergency Management. Invited lecture, Department of Geography, Ryerson University, Toronto, 02 March 2006
  24. C. Rinner: Interactive Map-Centred Analytic Hierarchy Process for Urban Quality of Life Assessment. Presentation and software demonstration in a meeting with the Canadian Urban Institute, Toronto, 02 February 2006
  25. C. Rinner: The Use of Maps in the Social Sciences – From Data Exploration to Spatial Decision Support. Invited lecture, Department of Geography, University of Toledo, USA, 17 January 2006
  26. C. Rinner: From Geospatial Data to Informed Decisions – A Visualization Approach. Invited lecture, Institute for Geodesy and Geoinformation Science, Technische Universität Berlin, Germany, 02 December 2005
  27. C. Rinner: Acquisition and Integration of Geobase Data. Invited lecture, Institute for Geodesy and Geoinformation Science, Technische Universität Berlin, Germany, 02 December 2005
  28. C. Rinner: The Use of Web-based Interactive Maps for Injury Prevention. Presentation in a meeting of the Advisory Group of the Injury GIS project, St. Michael’s Hospital, University of Toronto, 13 May 2005
  29. C. Rinner: Spatial Decision Support Systems. Spatial Decision Support System (SDSS) and its Application – a GEOIDE Workshop, York University, Toronto, 18 March 2005
  30. C. Rinner: Geographic Visualization Approach to Spatial Decision Support. Spatial Decision Support System (SDSS) and its Application – a GEOIDE Workshop, York University, Toronto, 18 March 2005
  31. C. Rinner: Open Source Projects in Geography. Panel presentation, Project Open Source | Open Access Lecture Series, Knowledge Media Design Institute, University of Toronto, 24 February 2005
  32. C. Rinner: Map-Based Exploratory Spatial Decision Support. Invited presentation, Department of Geography, Pennsylvania State University, 14 February 2005
  33. C. Rinner: Interactive Mapping for Injury Prevention. Presentation in a meeting of the Injury GIS project group, St. Michael’s Hospital, University of Toronto, 28 January 2005