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IAMG 2007

International Association for Mathematical Geology, Meeting 2007

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The Annual Conference of the International Association for Mathematical Geology, IAMG'2007, will be held August 26-31, 2007, in Beijing, China. The conference location is the Academy Exchange Center at the China University of Geosciences. The principal theme of the conference is ?Geomathematics and GIS Analysis of Resources, Environment, and Hazards?. It will highlight development and application of Geomathematics and GIS for modelling, simulation, and mapping natural resources, environment and hazards whilst also providing a programme of symposia of sufficient breadth to attract state-of-the-art contributions from across the full range of mathematical geology and geoinformatics. Interdisciplinary development and application of geomathematical modelling theory and GIS has brought IAMG into a brand new era providing significant contribution on handling geoinformation and modelling complex problems in geosciences.
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The Annual Conference of the International Association for Mathematical Geology, IAMG'2007, will be held August 26-31, 2007, in Beijing, China. The conference location is the Academy Exchange Center at the China University of Geosciences. The principal theme of the conference is 'Geomathematics and GIS Analysis of Resources, Environment, and Hazards'. It will highlight development and application of Geomathematics and GIS for modelling, simulation, and mapping natural resources, environment and hazards whilst also providing a programme of symposia of sufficient breadth to attract state-of-the-art contributions from across the full range of mathematical geology and geoinformatics. Interdisciplinary development and application of geomathematical modelling theory and GIS has brought IAMG into a brand new era providing significant contribution on handling geoinformation and modelling complex problems in geosciences.
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  • mineral resource assessment,
  • energy resources assessment,
  • geological hazards and
  • environmental impact prediction.

Short courses within the framework of the conference will be offered. Space for commercial presentations will be available. Suggestions for sessions, workshops, and short courses are welcome. Co-sponsored events can be organized as well. Both oral and poster presentations are encouraged. Keynote speakers will be invited, and the Chayes Prize and Vistelius Award winners also will deliver keynote lectures. Four Field Trips will be organized, as well as a number of social events.

Important Dates

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  • January 15, 2007: Abstracts Due
  • March 31, 2007: Author Notification
  • May 31, 2007
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    • Workshop Registration
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  • June 15, 2007: Camera-Ready Paper Due
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The Annual Conference of the International Association for Mathematical Geology, IAMG'2007, will be held August 26-31, 2007, in Beijing, China. The conference location is the Academy Exchange Center at the China University of Geosciences. The principal theme of the conference is ?Geomathematics and GIS Analysis of Resources, Environment, and Hazards?. It will highlight development and application of Geomathematics and GIS for modelling, simulation, and mapping natural resources, environment and hazards whilst also providing a programme of symposia of sufficient breadth to attract state-of-the-art contributions from across the full range of mathematical geology and geoinformatics. Interdisciplinary development and application of geomathematical modelling theory and GIS has brought IAMG into a brand new era providing significant contribution on handling geoinformation and modelling complex problems in geosciences. The application areas
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The Annual Conference of the International Association for Mathematical Geology, IAMG'2007, will be held August 26-31, 2007, in Beijing, China. The conference location is the Academy Exchange Center at the China University of Geosciences. The principal theme of the conference is ?Geomathematics and GIS Analysis of Resources, Environment, and Hazards?. It will highlight development and application of Geomathematics and GIS for modelling, simulation, and mapping natural resources, environment and hazards whilst also providing a programme of symposia of sufficient breadth to attract state-of-the-art contributions from across the full range of mathematical geology and geoinformatics. Interdisciplinary development and application of geomathematical modelling theory and GIS has brought IAMG into a brand new era providing significant contribution on handling geoinformation and modelling complex problems in geosciences.
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Short courses within the framework of the conference will be offered. Space for commercial presentations will be available. Suggestions for sessions, workshops, and short courses are welcome. Co-sponsored events can be organized as well. Both oral and poster presentations are encouraged. Keynote speakers will be invited, and the Chayes Prize and Vistelius Award winners also will deliver keynote lectures. Four Field Trips will be organized, as well as a number of social events.
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Short courses within the framework of the conference will be offered. Space for commercial presentations will be available. Suggestions for sessions, workshops, and short courses are welcome. Co-sponsored events can be organized as well. Both oral and poster presentations are encouraged. Keynote speakers will be invited, and the Chayes Prize and Vistelius Award winners also will deliver keynote lectures. Four Field Trips will be organized, as well as a number of social events.
 
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  • January 15, 2007: Abstracts Due
  • March 31, 2007: Author Notification
  • May 31, 2007
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META TOPICPARENT name="AI_GEOSTATSConferences"
IAMG 2007 [Beijing, China] International Association for Mathematical Geology, Meeting 2007.

Beijing, China. August 26-31.

The Annual Conference of the International Association for Mathematical Geology, IAMG'2007, will be held August 26-31, 2007, in Beijing, China. The conference location is the Academy Exchange Center at the China University of Geosciences. The principal theme of the conference is ?Geomathematics and GIS Analysis of Resources, Environment, and Hazards?. It will highlight development and application of Geomathematics and GIS for modelling, simulation, and mapping natural resources, environment and hazards whilst also providing a programme of symposia of sufficient breadth to attract state-of-the-art contributions from across the full range of mathematical geology and geoinformatics. Interdisciplinary development and application of geomathematical modelling theory and GIS has brought IAMG into a brand new era providing significant contribution on handling geoinformation and modelling complex problems in geosciences. The application areas include but not limited to:

mineral resource assessment, energy resources assessment, geological hazards and environmental impact prediction.

Short courses within the framework of the conference will be offered. Space for commercial presentations will be available. Suggestions for sessions, workshops, and short courses are welcome. Co-sponsored events can be organized as well. Both oral and poster presentations are encouraged. Keynote speakers will be invited, and the Chayes Prize and Vistelius Award winners also will deliver keynote lectures. Four Field Trips will be organized, as well as a number of social events.

Important Dates

January 15, 2007 Abstracts Due March 31, 2007 Author Notification May 31, 2007 Early Registration Workshop Registration ShortCourseRegistration June 15, 2007 Camera-Ready Paper Due

WEB: http://www.iamg2007.org/

 
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