Bing Liu received her Master degree in Cartography and GIS from Beijing Normal University, China in June 2018, with the thesis "Influence of Road Network on Geospatial Cognition Based on Eye-tracking and fMRI". In 2015 she received her Bachelor degree in BNU. She joined Chair of Cartography, TUM as a Ph.D. candidate from September 2018.
- Indoor navigation
- XR (augmented/virtual/mixed reality) - based geospatial applications
- Geospatial ability & cognition: eye-tracking, fMRI
B. Liu (2019): Using fMRI to Explore the Influence of Road Network Pattern on Geospatial Cognition. The 29th International Cartographic Conference (ICC), 15-20 July 2019, Tokyo, Japan.
B. Liu (2019): How can augmented reality support spatial knowledge learning in navigation? ICA Pre-conference Workshop on "User Experience Design for Mobile Cartography: Setting the Research Agenda", 11-12 July 2019, Beijing, China.