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Thursday, September 19, 2013

Az AGILE körlevele: Research@Locate'14 konferencia Canberrában

Mivel HUNAGI érdekelt egy EULF műhely megrendezésében, nem érdekteen, hogy az eredetileg az Egyesült Királyságban bevezetett koncepciót hogyan, milyen  tartalommal és  irányultsággal alkalmazzák a térinformációk szolgáltatása terén élenjáró Ausztráliában. A regionális konferencia ASIERA szervezte programbizottságában ott van a GSDI volt elnöke Prof. Abbas Rajabifard is. Ime az AGILE mai körlevele:
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Research@Locate’14
Held in conjunction with Locate’14
7-9 April 2014, National Convention Centre, Canberra, Australia
Locate is the new annual conference on spatial information in Australia and New Zealand, bringing together for the first time all joint forces of SSSI, SIBA, ANZLIC, OSP, LINZ, CRCSI, PSMA, ASIERA and others. Locate will become the meeting point of industry, government and academia in spatial information, one of the fastest growing areas of IT.
Research@Locate is the independently organized academic research stream at Locate. Research@Locate aims to become the premier spatial information research event in the Australasian region. Organized by academia for academia, Research@Locate will provide a transparent full-paper peer review process, a careful selection of presentations and papers, and open-access proceedings with ISSN. At the same time Research@Locate will be a unique opportunity for your engagement with industry.
CALL FOR PAPERS
Research@Locate’14 intends to bring together all academic communities involved in spatial information from Australia, New Zealand, and the Australasian region. The organizers of Research@Locate’14 welcome papers from researchers in geodesy, mapping, computer science, artificial intelligence, geography, geoinformatics and related disciplines contributing to spatial information science. They invite submissions of original, previously unpublished papers contributing to spatial information science, for example on:
·         positioning and sensing
·         remote sensing and imaging for spatial information
·         spatial information integration
·         spatial information infrastructure
·         location intelligence
·         crowdsourcing, volunteered geographic information, and citizens as sensors
·         spatial and spatiotemporal pattern recognition, data mining and knowledge discovery
·         spatial human computer interaction
·         spatial web and mobile services and mapping
In addition, research papers relating to the special themes of Locate’14 are encouraged:
·         Locating in the digital economy
·         New technologies
·         Smart environments: cities, governance, farming
·         National security
SUBMISSION INSTRUCTIONS
Authors must submit a PDF version of their full paper strictly applying the format of this sample file. Papers must be in English, in A4 paper format, and not exceed 12 pages, including all text, figures and references. Titles must be typed in regular capitalization of English (no capitalization for emphasis). For users of LaTeX we provide a style file andtemplate file.
To submit a paper, please visithttps://www.easychair.org/conferences/?conf=rl14. Paper submissions will be peer reviewed by at least two members of the Program Committee. Only accepted papers will be published in the proceedings. Authors of accepted papers must guarantee that their paper will be presented at the conference by one of the listed authors; the registration of at least one author is another condition for publication.
The accepted papers will appear in the CEUR Workshop Proceedings Series (www.ceur-ws.org), a free open-access publication service of Sun SITE Central Europe. The copyright of each paper remains with the authors, and each author is responsible for maintaining the copyright of the presented material.
At the conference, the best paper will be awarded based on review scores and presentation.
Also, the authors of the best papers will be invited to submit revised versions to a special feature of the Journal of Spatial Science. The revisions must be significantly extended in their contribution to knowledge (30%), and could, for example, include progress made since the conference paper submission. Revised papers must be submitted to the journal by 15 April. They will undergo regular journal peer review by conference PC members, and edited by the conference PC Chair. Decisions will be made by 15 May, and final versions will be due by 31 May. The special feature will appear in September 2014.
IMPORTANT DATES
·         Each intended paper submission requires an abstract submission by 15 December 2013
·         Paper submissions due: 20 December 2013
·         Notification to the authors: 21 February 2014
·         Camera ready papers due: 14 March 2014
·         Research@Locate: 7-9 April 2014
REGISTRATION
Registration for Locate, which incorporates Research@Locate, will be handled through the Locate conference website. Please visit the conference site also for any additional information, such as venue and travel information, nearby accommodation, and the full Locate conference and exhibition program.
STEERING COMMITTEE
Research@Locate is organized by the Australasian Spatial Information Education and Research Association, ASIERA (www.asiera.org.au). The representatives of ASIERA member institutions form the Steering Committee:
·         David Bruce, University of South Australia, Australia
·         Nick Chrisman, RMIT University, Australia
·         John Hayes, Queensland University of Technology, Australia
·         Kevin McDougall, University of South Queensland, Australia
·         Harvey Mitchell, University of Newcastle, Australia
·         Jon Osborn, University of Tasmania, Australia
·         Femke Reitsma, University of Canterbury, New Zealand
·         Chris Rizos, The University of New South Wales, Australia
·         Pascal Sirguey, University of Otago, New Zealand
·         Stephan Winter, The University of Melbourne, Australia
·         Bert Veenendaal, Curtin University, Australia
PROGRAM COMMITTEE CHAIR 2014
·         Stephan Winter, The University of Melbourne, Australia
PROGRAM COMMITTEE 2014
·         Sharolyn Anderson, University of South Australia, Australia
·         Jagannath Aryal, University of Tasmania, Australia
·         David Bruce, University of South Australia, Australia
·         Nick Chrisman, RMIT University, Australia
·         Paul Corcoran, University of South Australia, Australia
·         Matt Duckham, The University of Melbourne, Australia
·         Ahmed El-Mowafy, Curtin University, Australia
·         Ori Gudes, Curtin University, Australia
·         Eric Guilbert, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University, Hong Kong
·         John Hayes, Queensland University of Technology, Australia
·         Petra Helmholz, Curtin University, Australia
·         Mohsen Kalantari, The University of Melbourne, Australia
·         Allison Kealy, The University of Melbourne, Australia
·         Lars Kulik, The University of Melbourne, Australia
·         Ki-Joune Li, Pusan National University, South Korea
·         Samsung Lim, University of New South Wales, Australia
·         Bharat Lohani, IIT Kanpur, India
·         Kim Lowell, Cooperative Research Centre for Spatial Information, Australia
·         Feng Lu, State Key Laboratory of Resources and Environmental Information Systems, China
·         Nandakumaran Nadarajah , Curtin University, Australia
·         Kevin McDougall, University of South Queensland, Australia
·         Harvey Mitchell, University of Newcastle, Australia
·         Antoni Moore, University of Otago, New Zealand
·         Jon Osborn, University of Tasmania, Australia
·         Abbas Rajabifard, The University of Melbourne, Australia
·         Femke Reitsma, University of Canterbury, New Zealand
·         Chris Rizos, The University of New South Wales, Australia
·         Wenzhong Shi, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University, Hong Kong
·         Pascal Sirguey, University of Otago, New Zealand
·         Egemen Tanin, The University of Melbourne, Australia
·         Xiaohua Tong, Tongji University, China
·         Bert Veenendaal, Curtin University, Australia
·         Jinling Wang, The University of New South Wales, Australia
·         Geoff West, Curtin University, Australia
·         Cecilia Xia, Curtin University, Australia
·         Bisheng Yang, Wuhan University, China
·         Zhangcai Yin, Wuhan University of Technology, China
Contact: Stephan Winter (winter@unimelb.edu.au), The University of Melbourne

Maribel Yasmina Santos
Secretary-General AGILE
João Galvão
External Officer for AGILE Secretary
Association of Geographic Information Laboratories in Europe
http://www.agile-online.org

agile.secretary@gmail.com"

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