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Last Call for Extended Abstracts GIScience 2010

GIScience 2010

(http://www.giscience2010.org<http://www.giscience2010.org/)

Sixth International Conference on Geographic Information Science

Zurich, Switzerland, September 14-17, 2010

 

LAST CALL FOR EXTENDED ABSTRACTS and WORKSHOPS/TUTORIALS ANNOUNCEMENT

 

OVERVIEW:

Zurich, Switzerland will be the host city of the sixth international GIScience conference, continuing a highly successful series of biennial conferences that commenced in 2000. GIScience 2010 aims to bring together scientists from academia, industry, and government to discuss the state-of-the-art in geographic information science, and explore emerging research directions. The conference focuses on basic research findings across all sectors of the field and has two refereed submission tracks:

full papers and extended abstracts. Pre-conference workshops and tutorials (Sep. 14) and the main conference (Sep. 15-17) will take place at the University of Zurich, Irchel campus, featuring state-of-the-art conference facilities within a park-like setting. The conference site is located only 20 minutes from both downtown and Zurich Airport, and is easily accessible through public transport.

 

TOPICS AND TRACKS:

Fundamental research findings and emerging topics across all sectors of geographic information science (GIScience) are welcomed. The conference attracts leading researchers from all cognate disciplines to reflect the interdisciplinary breadth of GIScience, including (but not limited to) geography, cognitive science, computer science, engineering, information science, mathematics, philosophy, psychology, social science, and (geo)statistics.

 

Since GIScience 2010 focuses on advances in the fundamentals of geographic information science, submission of pure application papers is discouraged.

To accommodate the variety of publication cultures within an interdisciplinary research community, two refereed submission tracks are provided: full papers (NOW CLOSED) and extended abstracts.

 

EXTENDED ABSTRACTS TRACK:

Publication in separate Conference Proceedings Volume

Extended abstracts of 1500 words, describing work in progress, will be reviewed by at least three members of the international program committee and, if accepted, selected for oral or poster presentation. Extended abstracts must be written in English according to the formatting guidelines published at http://www.giscience2010.org/index.php?page=submission

and submitted using EasyChair:

http://www.easychair.org/conferences/?conf=giscience2010.

If you have not previously used EasyChair, we strongly recommend registering with the system BEFORE the submission deadline.

 

WORKSHOPS & TUTORIALS:

A total of 4 half-day tutorials, an innovation for GIScience, and 4 workshops have been accepted by the Programme Committee. For detailed information, see:

http://www.giscience2010.org/index.php?page=accepted-workshops-and-tutorials

 

The accepted TUTORIALS are as follows:

Development of Web GIS and Web Mapping Applications with QGIS mapserver

Organisers: Ionut Iosifescu, Marco Hugentobler and Lorenz Hurni

 

Geometric Algorithms and Efficiency for GIScience

Organisers: Marc van Kreveld and Bettina Speckmann

 

A Practical Introduction to Geospatial Visual Analytics

Organisers: Natalia Andrienko and Gennady Andrienko

 

GISolve Toolkit: Cyberinfrastructure-based Geographical Information Systems

Organisers: Shaowen Wang, Yan Liu

 

The accepted WORKSHOPS are:

Emerging Methods for Studying the Use of Spatial Technologies

Organisers: Amy Griffin, Scott Bell and Mary Hegarty

 

Role of Volunteered Geographic Information in Advancing Science

Organisers: Budhendra Bhaduri, Michael Goodchild and Daniel Getman

 

Linked Spatiotemporal Data

Organisers: Krzysztof Janowicz, Todd Pehle, Glen Hart and Patrick MauÈ

 

Workshop on Movement Pattern Analysis

Organisers: Roland Billen, Bjoern Gottfried, Alexander Klippel, Patrick Laube and Nico Van de Weghe

 

 

A DOCTORAL COLLOQUIUM will also be hosted by GIScience on the 18th of September. More details are available here:

http://irtg-sigi.uni-muenster.de/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=25

 

 

IMPORTANT DATES:

Registration open April 15, 2010

Extended abstracts due April 30, 2010

Extended abstract notification June 15, 2010

Earlybird registration closes June 30, 2010

 

 

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