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Vicente Tang is currently a PhD student of Geoinformatics at NOVA IMS, where he also graduated from in the Master in Geospatial Technologies, originally from the Erasmus Mundus Joint Master's degrees program. His undergraduate studies were in Geology and Geosciences both at the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro (Brazil) and at the University of Melbourne (Australia). Currently his research interests are leaned towards Geographic Information Science, Place-Based GIS, Sense of Place and Cognitive regions in the urban context.

Scientific Publications

Tang, V., & Painho, M. (2024)

Patterns of (dis)agreement: revealing differences in perceived neighborhood boundaries in Lisbon. In A. Heppenstall, M. Wang, U. Demsar, R. Lemmens, & J. Yao (Eds.), Proceedings of the 27th  AGILE Conference on Geographic Information Science, 2024 (Vol. 5, pp. 1-8). Article 44 (AGILE: GIScience Series (AGILE GISS); Vol. 5). Copernicus Publications.

Tang, V., & Painho, M. (2023)

Content-location relationships: a framework to explore correlations between space-based and place-based user-generated content. International Journal Of Geographical Information Science, 1-32.

Tang, V., & Painho, M. (2023)

Exploring the relationships between perceived neighborhood boundaries and street network orientation. Transactions in GIS, 27(3), 877-899.

Tang, V., Puri, J., & Painho, M. (2022)

Mapping a historic neighbourhood through user-generated content: the case of Alfama, Lisbon (Portugal). In E. Parseliunas, A. Mansourian, P. Partsinevelos, & J. Suziedelyte-Visockiene (Eds.), Proceedings of the 25th  AGILE Conference on Geographic Information Science, 2022 (Vol. 3, pp. 1-8). (AGILE: GIScience Series; Vol. 63). (AGILE 2022 - 25th  AGILE Conference on Geographic Information Science, 2022, "Artificial Intelligence in the service of Geospatial Technologies", 14-17 June, Vilnius, Lithuania).

Tang, V., & Painho, M. (2021)

Operationalizing places in GIScience: A review. Transactions in GIS.

Tang, V., Acedo, A., & Painho, M. (2021)

Sense of place and the city: the case of non-native residents in Lisbon. Journal of Spatial Information Science, (23), 125-155.