Geoinformatics - Benefits for environment and society
March 31 - April 2, 2009
CALL FOR PAPERS
AIM AND SCOPE
This event provides an opportunity for GI researchers and industry to meet and exchange the latest in GI research topics, ideas, new research areas and applications.
The main theme of GEOINFORMATIK 2009 is "Benefits of GI for environment and society".
Application areas include but are not limited to disaster and risk management, mobile applications, ubiquitous geo-computing, navigation and location based services. High quality submissions over a wide array of topics in GI science are welcomed.
GEOINFORMATIK 2009 aims at gathering researchers from academia and industry to meet and discuss the achievements of past years and set the interoperability research agenda. In addition the conference aims to expose the state of the art Geoinformatics. Participants of GEOINFORMATIK 2009 will be part of an international audience of interdisciplinary researchers and industry leaders that shape the future of GI science.
GEOINFORMATIK 2009 offers an English and a German track. Abstract submissions (approx. 2 pages) are welcomed and are expected to cover established research results as well as visionary and innovative preliminary research findings, ideas, and/or results. Abstracts will be peer-reviewed by three members of the program committee.
Selected authors will be invited to submit a longer version to be published in the conference proceedings. Accepted contributions will be published in the ifgi Prints Series (with ISBN).
Whether you are a researcher in academia or in industry, you are welcomed to participate in shaping the future of GI at GEOINFORMATIK 2009.
Suggested topics for papers are:
DATES AND DEADLINES
- GIS Technologies
- Innovative Applications
- New Devices and Technologies
- Geospatial Processing and Geostatistical applications
- Real-time geostatistics
- GI Markets
- Remote Sensing
- Semantic Interoperability
- Uncertainty of GI
- Ontologies and Semantic Annotation
- Geospatial web services
- Web 2.0
- GRID computing
- Similarity measurements
- Ubiquitous assistance systems
- Geosensor networks
- Digital Earth
- Open Source Developments
- Case Studies
- Crisis Management and Early Warning Systems
- Environment and climate modelling
- Suppliers and Waste Management
- Integration of Remote Sensing Data in SDI
- Navigation Transport and Logistics
17th of December: Abstract submission deadline (online submission, see www.geoinformatik2009.de/public/index.php
23th of January: Notification of acceptance
20th of February: Camera Ready, submission of extended abstract
31th of March: GEOINFORMATIK 2009
Manfred Ehlers, University of Osnabrück, Germany and Antonio Krüger, University of Münster, Germany
Wolfgang Reinhardt, Universiy of the Bundeswehr, Munich, Germany
con terra GmbH, Münster, Germany
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