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Thursday, January 31, 2013

13. Szász GI/GIS/SDI Fórum Drezdában

Mai postánkból. Prof. F. Hoffmann írja levelében:

[ GI2013 ] - 13. "Sächsisches GI/GIS/GDI-Interoperability-
FORUM"
29 April at 11:00 - 30 April at 14:00 at DRESDEN / Saxony / Germany
Forrás : IGN Vorstand 

Sunday, January 27, 2013

4. Térinformatikai Konferencia és Szakkiállítás Debrecenben - Első felhívás



A Debreceni Egyetem Földtudományi Intézete,
az MTA Földrajzi Tudományos Bizottság Geoinformatikai Albizottsága,
az MTA DAB Környezettudományi Bizottsága, a HUNAGI és az eKÖZIG Zrt.
2013. május 23–24.-én megrendezi a

4. Térinformatikai Konferenciát és Szakkiállítást
Debrecenben
A konferencia első körlevele a következő honlapon olvasható.



Európai Adatfórum (EDF) Dublinban

Az idei Európai Adatfórumra áprili 9-10-én kerül sor Dublinban az ír elnökség égisze alatt.
Az évente megrendezésre kerülő EDF konferenciák jellemzője: 
" It is the annual meeting-point for data practitioners from industry, research, the public-sector and the community, to discuss the opportunities and challenges of the emerging Big Data Economy in Europe."
Bővebb információ itt!
Konferencia szórólap itt

Thursday, January 24, 2013

CLGE közgyűlés Budapesten

Postánkból: a CLGE Titkárságról érkezett hír a HUNAGI számára a nemzetközi szervezet budapesti eseményéről. 

Bővebb felvilágosítás Domokos György (MFTTT)

Wednesday, January 23, 2013

Jubileumi AGIT Salzburgban kiállítással egybekötve

AGIT 25 - Symposium und EXPO für Angewandte Geoinformatik
Universität Salzburg | 3. - 5. Juli 2013www.agit.at


Final Call for Papers: Zum 25. Jubiläum nach Salzburg
Eigene Ideen und Entwicklungen der GI-Community präsentieren - das ist gerade in der
interdisziplinären Branche Geoinformatik von besonderer Bedeutung. In diesem Umfeld
kommen von 3. - 5. Juli 2013 über 1000 GIS-ExpertInnen an der Universität Salzburg
zusammen um ihr Wissen in ausgewählten Fachgebieten zu vertiefen.
Die TeilnehmerInnen aus 40 Ländern profitieren von effizienter Wissensvermittlung bei
über 200 zukunftsweisenden Fachvorträgen, Workshops und Spezialforen, diese geben
wiederum viel Raum für Gespräche und die Möglichkeit zur Weiterbildung in den
Top-Themen der Branche. Die Einreichung von Beiträgen endet für Fachbeiträge am
1. Februar 2013, für alle anderen Kategorien (Produktpräsentation und Workshops)
am 21. Februar 2013.
www.agit.at/call
www.agit.at/studentaward

Gestalten Sie das AGIT Programm zum 25. Jubiläum aktiv mit! Zu folgenden Themen
können Beiträge eingereicht werden:
- GI Science
- OpenGovernment und Geodateninfrastruktur
- Planung und Entwicklung im Raum: Stadt, Region, Landschaft
- Datenerfassung: Vermessung, Laserscanning, Fernerkundung
- Mobilität und Verkehr: Management, Daten und Services
- Green Energy
- Natur- und Umweltschutz im globalen Wandel
- Wasserwirtschaft und Wassermanagement
Neben zahlreichen qualitativ hochwertigen Fachbeiträgen, Workshops und Produkt-
präsentationen bieten spezielle Fachtagungen und Themenschwerpunkte einen tieferen
Einblick in die jeweilige Materie. Gestalten Sie das Programm der Schwerpunkte aktiv
mit und reichen Sie Ihren Fachbeitrag bis 1. Februar 2013 ein!


AGIT 25 Special: SynerGIS 2013 Konferenz und Training
2. - 5. Juli 2013

Das Fachpublikum erwartet auf der AGIT mehr als 200 hochwertige Vorträge zu Theorie
und Anwendungspraxis der Geoinformatik. Dazu werden parallel durch die SynerGIS 2013
technische Workshops und Softwareupdates zu Esri Technologie angeboten.Die Mischung
aus wissenschaftlicher und technologischer Innovation bietet Ihnen hervorragende
Möglichkeiten der Weiterbildung und des Austausches unter Fachkollegen. In der
AGIT EXPO wird ein Esri | SynerGIS Produktzentrum angeboten.
www.agit.at/synergis


ITS.insight - Intelligent Transport Systems für Österreich und die Projekte GIP.at, GIP.gv.at
und VAO
Donnerstag, 4. Juli 2013

Das vom Interfakultären Fachbereich Geoinformatik - Z_GIS gemeinsam mit ITS Vienna
Region organisierte Spezialforum will im Rahmen der AGIT 25 einen Überblick zum
aktuellen Stand und den nächsten Perspektiven von ITS in Österreich bieten. Konkret
werden dabei die drei zentralen nationalen ITS Projekte GIP.at, GIP.gv.at und Verkehrs-
auskunft Österreich (VAO) präsentiert, Erfahrungen, Strategien und nächste Schritte auf
breiter Basis diskutiert und Neuigkeiten ausgetauscht.
www.agit.at/its


UAS Summit - Zivile Drohnen in der praktischen Anwendung
Donnerstag, 4. Juli 2013 | 9:00 - 18:00

Unbemannte Flugsysteme (Unmanned Aircraft Systems) stellen den Trend im Bereich
der primären (Bild-) Datenerfassung dar. Die hohe Flexibilität, die rasche Einsatzfähigkeit
und die sinkenden Anschaffungskosten tragen zur wachsenden Beliebtheit dieser
Technologie in den verschiedensten Anwendungsbereichen, vom Bild- und Videoflug
bis hin zur photogrammetrischen Auswertungen, bei. Wo liegen aber die technischen
und rechtlichen Herausforderungen, welche Workflows haben sich in der Praxis bewährt?
Diese Fragen werden am UAS Summit beantwortet: Vorträge zu Grundlagen sowie Best
Practice Beispielen werden durch Workflow Demonstrationen ergänzt, der Tag mit einer
Podiumsdiskussion abgeschlossen.
www.agit.at/uas


Freie Geodaten und OpenSource Software
Im Rahmen des AGIT Symposiums hat sich die OpenSource und OpenContent
Community in den letzten Jahren bestens etabliert. Die AGIT bietet den OS/OC
Projekten eine hochwertige Plattform. GIS-Fachexperten können sich ein nahezu
vollständiges Bild über die wichtigsten OpenContent- und OpenSource-Initiativen
machen sowie Trends und Innovationen aus erster Hand erfahren.
www.agit.at


Invitation zur AGIT EXPO: GI Trends von morgen schon heute sehen
Die AGIT EXPO ist auch im 25. Jubiläumsjahr Impulsgeber und Marktbarometer für
Anwender und Anbieter von raumbezogenen Informationstechnologien. Das
Themenspektrum der AGIT EXPO umfasst alle Anwendungsgebiete der Geoinformatik,
Geoinformationssysteme (GIS), Geoinfrastrukturen, Fernerkundung und Geodaten-
erfassung bis hin zu den Schlüsseltechnologien wie 3D Visualisierung, SensorWeb
oder MobileGIS . Die AGIT EXPO ist durch die direkte Anbindung zum AGIT Symposium
die ideale Plattform für neue GI Trends und gilt daher als Schaufenster für innovative
Technologien.
www.agit.at/expo
Lassen Sie sich inspirieren und verbringen Sie mit uns drei wertvolle Tage in Salzburg -
die Teilnehmeranmeldung zum Frühbuchertarif ist bis 25. Mai möglich.
www.agit.at/anmeldung.symposium

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Veranstaltungsort
Universität Salzburg | Naturwissenschaftliche Fakultät
Hellbrunnerstraße 34 | 5020 Salzburg| Österreich
Veranstalter
Universität Salzburg | Interfakultärer Fachbereich Geoinformatik - Z_GIS
www.zgis.at

Monday, January 21, 2013

ICA 26. Nemzetközi Térképészeti Konferencia

26th International Cartographic Conference of the International Cartographic Association (ICA), to be held in Dresden, August 25-31, 2013
Információ: http://icaci.org/

Tudásmegosztás - négy ICA Bizottság közös szimpóziuma Drezdában

Mai postánkból. Dr. Jesus Reyes Nunez írja az ELTE TTK-ról:
"Annexed to this message you can find the Call for the Joint Symposium that four ICA Commissions (of course including our Commission) are going to organize before ICC 2013.The venue of the symposium will be the Dresden University of Technology and the participation is free, but subject to registration. The website of the Symposium is also ready, you can access it here: http://lazarus.elte.hu/jointsymposium2013/
Three documents are annexed to this e-mail:
- The Call for participation
- A very simple registration form
- The template file for papers (the same used in ICC 2013)
I encourage all of you to participate in this one day event and to distribute the Call and this information for those colleagues who could be interested to participate. More info will be added to the website after contacts with local organizers.
If you have any question, please do not hesitate to contact me."
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Jose Jesus REYES NUNEZ, PhD. Associate Professor
ICA Commission on Cartography and Children, Chair
Department of Cartography and Geoinformatics
Eotvos Lorand University

Thursday, January 10, 2013

Január 24-ig küldhető be előadáskivonat az EUROGI konferenciára


HUNAGI mai postájából. Fiona Brown, ír társszervezetünk vezetője küldte meg a március elejei EUROGI konferencia legfrissebb híreit, benne az előadásbeküldési határidő elhalasztásával!
"Dear Eurogi colleagues,
Irlogi – the Irish Organisation for Geographic Information, are ready to assist and support our Eurogi colleagues - speakers, sponsors and delegates -  who attend the Eurogi ImaGIne conference in March in Dublin.
We will also be supporting our partner organisations in during the week-long conferences programme, which is an Irish Presidency-associated event.
We invite you to further promote the conferences to your membership with the addition of the following, critical information:
Confirmed Key Note Speakers, including
v  Professor Mike Goodchild – Professor of Geography at the University of California, Santa Barbara, U.S.A
v  Geraldine McBride – recent President, SAP North America and previously President/CEO, SAP Asia Pacific and Japan
v  Ed Parsons – Geospatial Technologist at Google Inc.
v  Suha Ulgen – Head, Centre of Excellence for U.N. Spatial Data Infrastructure at the United Nations
v  Professor Jacqueline McGlade – Executive Director of the European Environment Agency
With more Key Note Speakers to be added, the fully confirmed speaker programme for the conference will shortly be published on www.eurogi.eu
We would like to advise you that the deadline for the submission of abstracts to the Eurogi ImaGIne conference has been extended to January 24th.
Information concerning the suggested content of abstracts and the general information flyer have been included once again for your convenience.
Submissions of abstracts, delegate registrations and hotel bookings should be made via the Eurogi website. 
Many thanks for your attention, support and goodwill,  and we look forward to welcoming you to Dublin in March.
Fiona Brown
General Manager, Irlogi - The Irish Organisation for Geographic Information
Registered Office; 1 Roseville, Naas, Co Kildare
Mobile; +353 86 8110101

2013 European Open Data/PSI re-use

Varsó főtere az INSPIRE értekezlet idején. Kép: HUNAGI, 2004
Mai postánkból. Dr. Katleen Janssen a GSDI L&SE szakbizottság fórumán írja:
Dear Sir, dear Madam,

You are warmly invited to the 2013 European Open Data/PSI re-use event of the year, organized by the ePSIplatform, Europe’s one-stop shop for PSI/Open Data re-use. The program will combine inspiring plenary sessions featuring top speakers with interactive parallel sessions.
Focus
PSI re-use is in the process of reaching a certain degree of maturity and uptake. However, this uptake differs significantly between Member States, PSI domains and stakeholders. The ePSIplatform Conference will therefore be aimed at those that should embark, but have (partly) failed to do so far: "Gotcha! – getting everyone on board".

You can find the preliminary 
program on our website.
Where and When: Save the Date!

The event takes place on Friday 22 February 2013 and is kindly hosted by the famous 
Warsaw University, in close collaboration with Centrum Cyfrowe, the leading Polish think tank on the role of ICTs in society.
Why YOU should be there
  • You will be able to learn, share and inspire, and be inspired.
  • You will have the opportunity to speak and be heard on the ongoing debate on the adoption of the PSI Directive.
  • You will learn all about recent and upcoming Open Data/PSI developments.
  • You will be able to put new challenges on the agenda.
  • You will meet new people and engage with them face-to-face, and, of course
  • You simply do not want to miss it!
Who else will be there?
Like at our 2012 ePSIplatform conference in Rotterdam, with well over 300 participants from 40 countries, the 2013 conference in Warsaw will attract a wide variety of stakeholders: Public data holders, application builders, data journalists, policy makers, competition authorities, Open Data community members, data portal owners, commercial re-users, start-ups, researchers, NGOs, and anyone with a passion for PSI/Open Data re-use.
Participation is free, and (free) registration for the conference is open.
We hope to see you there!
On behalf of the ePSIplatform team,
Katleen Janssen

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dr. Katleen Janssen
Postdoctoral researcher
KU Leuven - Interdisciplinary Centre for Law and ICT - iMinds
Sint-Michielsstraat 6
B-3000 LEUVEN - BELGIUM
....
NEW! LL.M. in IP / ICT Law at HUBrussel & KU Leuven: please consult our website for more information!

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Tuesday, January 8, 2013

INSPIRE konferencia 2013

Illustration source: http://inspire.jrc.ec.europa.eu/events/conferences/inspire_2013/
Jelmondat: INSPIRE - The Green Renaissance
HUNAGI bátorítja tagszervezeteit, tagintézményeit és partnereit a részvételre!

FOSS4G 2013 Szabad- és nyíltforrású szoftverek a térinformatika számára

Mai postánkból:
Submission for papers in the Academic Track of FOSS4G 2013 is now open on http://2013.foss4g.org/ojs/ 


The FOSS4G 2013 Academic Track is bringing together researchers, developers, users and practitioners carrying out research and development in the geospatial and the free and open source fields.
With the Academic Track motto “Science for Open Source, Open Source for Science”, we aim to attract academic papers describing:
  • the use of open source geospatial software and data, in and for scientific research, as well as
  • academic endeavours to conceptualize, create, assess, and teach open source geospatial software and data.
Based on these categories, to promote a strong connection between the Academic Track and the other elements of FOSS4G 2013, we hope for contributions within the following themes:
  • Data Quality, Software Quality and Service Quality
  • Community Building
  • Doing more for less: Assessment of costs and benefits of open source applications and open source business models
  • Use of Open Data to inform public services
  • FOSS and FOSS4g: Is spatial special?
  • Architectures and frameworks for open source software and data
  • Teaching Geospatial Sciences with open source solutions
  • Open Source GIS application use cases: Government, Participatory GIS, Location based services, Health, Energy, Water, Climate change, etc.
  • Human Computer Interfaces and Usability in and around Open GI systems
We invite academics and researchers to submit full papers in English, of maximum 6,000 words, before the deadline of 1 February 2013. More detailed requirements, regarding layout, formatting and the submission process, can be found on the FOSS4G 2103 Academic Track submission pages at http://2013.foss4g.org/ojs/
Your contributions will be reviewed (double-blind) by a diverse reviewing committee of experts in the field, who will be asked to assess the papers on originality and academic rigour, as well as interest for the wider FOSS4G community. We expect to select 20-25 papers for presentation and publication. From this selection, a maximum of 8-10 papers will be given the opportunity for inclusion in a special issue of the renowned international journal Transactions in GIS [1]. The remaining papers will be published in the online OSGEO Journal [2].
We would like to specifically invite “early stage researchers” (PhD students, PostDocs) to use this opportunity to aim for a high-ranking publication.
Authors of all selected papers will be expected to present their work in detail in a separate Academic Track (with 20-30 minute slots), and will also be given the opportunity to pitch the central theme of their paper in short ‘lightning’ talks to the larger community, to generate attention and cross-pollenate with industry, developers and users.
Important Dates:
  • now: Submission open at http://2013.foss4g.org/ojs/
  • 1 February 2013: Deadline for submission of full papers
  • 1 April 2013: Reviewing decisions
  • 1 May 2013: Paper revision deadline
  • 15 September 2013: publication of selected papers
    • 8-10 papers in Early View (on-line) Transactions in GIS
    • others in on-line OSGEO Journal
  • 17-21 September 2013: FOSS4G Conference
  • early 2014: printed issue Transactions in GIS
For questions, comments and remarks, do not hesitate to contact the Academic Track co-chairs:
  • Franz-Josef Behr (Stuttgart University of Applied Sciences): franz-josef.behr [at] hft-stuttgart.de
  • Barend Köbben (ITC-University of Twente): b.j.kobben [at] utwente.nl
[1]: Transactions in GIS. Published by Wiley; included in ISI, with an impact factor of 0.54; edited by John P. Wilson, David O’Sullivan and Alexander Zipf. Print ISSN: 1361-1682 Online ISSN: 1467-9671. http://eu.wiley.com/WileyCDA/WileyTitle/productCd-TGIS.html
[2]: OSGEO Journal, the official Journal of the Open Source Geospatial Foundation; http://journal.osgeo.org/index.php/journal
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Monday, January 7, 2013

EARSeL rendezvények az év folyamán

Mai postánkból. Maribel Yasmina Santos, az AGILE Tanács (Association of Geographic Information Laboratories for Europe, http://www.agile-online.orgtitkára írja mai körlevelében:
Elérhetőségei: Department of Information SystemsUniversity of Minho, Campus de Azurém, 4800-058 Guimarães, Portugal ttp://www.dsi.uminho.pt/~maribelmaribel@dsi.uminho.pt

8th EARSeL IMAGING SPECTROSCOPY WORKSHOPNantes, France, 8-10 April 2013
http://www.sciences.univ-nantes.fr/lpgnantes/earsel-is-2013
or http://www.earsel.org/welcome.html

Contributions are invited on all topics within geoinformation and remote sensing applications, especially those listed below:
  • Existing and future orbital IS sensors
  • Existing and future airborne IS sensors
  • Image processing methods and tools
  • New analytical techniques
  • Calibration and validation
  • Application to terrestrial ecosystems
  • Coastal and marine ecosystems
  • Inland waters
  • Urban environment
  • Geology and soils
  • Risk management
  • Climate change
  • Commercial applications

33rd EARSeL Symposium "Towards Horizon 2020: Earth Observation and Social Perspectives",
Matera, Italy, 3-6 June 2013
http://www.earsel.org/symposia/2013-symposium-Matera/ 
or http://www.earsel.org/welcome.html.
Contributions are particularly welcome in the following areas:
  • EO for improving Smart City management
  • Monitoring and protecting biodiversity
  • Support of regenerative energy production and transport
  • Improving climate observations
  • Improving agriculture, water and fisheries management
  • Supporting disaster management
Other contributions are invited in one of the following topics:
  • Scientific applications of remote sensing, emerging methods and technologies
  • Capacity building at organisations and authorities involved in environmental monitoring and protection
  • Remote sensing for archaeology
  • Land use and land cover, degradation and desertification
  • Urban remote sensing
  • Open ocean remote sensing
  • Natural and man-made disasters
  • Forestry and forest fires
  • Remote sensing and its associated support to the understanding of climate change
  • Hydrological applications: water management, underground water sources, land ice and snow
  • 3D remote sensing, Radar, Lidar, Thermal Remote Sensing
  • New instruments and methods, including ground truth

4th EARSeL Workshop on Remote Sensing in Education and Training, Matera, Italy, 4 June 2013
http://www.earsel.org/SIG/ET/4th-workshop/index.php

Presentations are invited on the current use of earth observation as support tool for education, training and capacity building, with emphasis on the following topics:
  • Earth observation for kids
  • Earth observation and its associated use to support science education at schools, high schools and universities
  • Environmental science as a tool in cooperative learning and teaching, in enquiry-based learning and in other educational practices for tomorrow's schools
  • Earth observation and its use as educational support in areas like biology, chemistry, geography, physics and mathematics curricula in the classroom but also in continuous individual learning
  • Training activities in GMES, with a focus on environment, climate change and natural disasters, in GEOSS, and other international programmes
  • Earth observation and its use for public outreach of Environmental Sciences and Global Change

4th EARSeL Workshop on Natural and Cultural Heritage, Matera, Italy, 6-7 June 2013
http://www.earsel.org/SIG/NCH/4th-workshop/index.php

Contributions are invited on the following topics:
  • From aerial photo to declassified satellite images: the study of landscape over time by means of historical data source
  • From visual data interpretation to semiautomatic and automatic procedures in an archaeological perspective
  • Remote Sensing, GIS and Geospatial analysis for the risk monitoring and management of cultural resources
  • Integration of space/air borne and ground remote sensing in archaeogeophysics
  • The "LiDAR revolution"
  • SAR applications for Archaeology and palaeonvironmental studies
  • Interactions between environment and human civilizations in the past: which approach by using remote sensing?
  • Geographic information and earth observation technologies for the protection and management of cultural resources in emerging countries of Asia, Africa and Latin America
  • Low cost technologies
  • From remote sensing to virtual reconstruction: the study of human past
Methodology: keywords
Cellular automata spatial modelling; change detection; classification; data fusion; data integration; data mining; edge detection; geomatics; geostatistics; geovisual analytics; image interpretation; image processing; linear and non linear statistical analysis; pansharpening; pattern recognition; segmentation; site catchment analysis ; space-temporal modelling; spatial autocorrelation; spatial multicriteria decision analysis; spatial statistical models; viewshed analysis; visual exploratory data analysis; wavelet.


6th EARSeL Workshop on Remote Sensing of the Coastal Zone, Matera, Italy, 6-7 June 2013
http://www.earsel.org/SIG/CZ/6th-workshop/index.php

The workshop focuses on the impact of our climate on coastal zones and inland waters, on climate change and its expected effects on European seas, and on the role of remote sensing for its study:
  • changing terrestrial run-off into coastal waters
  • escalation of extreme coastal events: floods, storms, high tides
  • hydrology and water budget evolution of rivers and lakes
  • increasing temperatures in inland and coastal waters
  • impact of vaying physical forcing on morphodynamics and ecosystems
  • new developments of habitats, biodiversity and alien invaders
  • fluxes and fate of seawater constituents, including pollutants
  • role of Coastal Zone Management in adapting to climate change
and their investigation with Remote Sensing:
  • active and passive methods in all spectral ranges, sensor combinations
  • satellite, airborne and ground-based methods including ground truth
  • modelling of radiative transfer, image processing and related aspects
  • interaction of physical, biological and chemical conditions and processes
  • Ocean Colour Remote Sensing for Coastal and Inland Waters
9th EARSeL Forest Fires Special Interest Group Workshop on 'Qantifying the environmental impact of forest fires'
http://www.earsel.org/SIG/FF/9th-workshop/index.php

Topics:
1. Characterising the impact of fire severity and fire frequency across vegetation types
2. Validation methods for burned area mapping
3. Monitoring and modelling vegetation recovery after fire disturbance
4. Scaling from regional to global burned area maps
5. Mapping forest fires for REDD+ MRV
6. Using active fire mapping and fire radiative energy to inform on fire severity and impact
EARSeL Secretariat
Nienburger Str. 1
30167 Hannover, Germany
fax: +49-511-762 2483
mail: secretariat@earsel.org
http://www.earsel.org


EGU 2013 előadásbeküldési határidő: január 8!

Mai postánkból. Dr. Stefano Nativi az olasz Légkörszennyezési Kutatóintézet (CNR-IIA)  Earth & Space Informatics Lab vezetője, az EGU ESSI elnöke küldte az alábbi figyelemfelhívást:
"This is to kindly remind you that 9th January is the last day to submit abstracts  for the EGU 2013 Vienna 7-12 April (http://www.egu2013.eu/home.html).

The Division of Earth and Space Science Informatics (ESSI) offers you more than 20 sessions this year. I invite you to send your short abstracts to one or more of these symposia thereby contributing to the success of the EGU General Assembly and of ESSI Community.
You may submit an abstract following the link: http://meetingorganizer.copernicus.org/EGU2013/sessionprogramme/ESSI "


Digitális Föld Szimpózium 2013 (ISDE8) - előadások küldhetők be


Postánkból:
Call for Abstracts/Papers
The 8th International Symposium on Digital Earth (ISDE) 2013

"
Dear Respected Colleagues,


The Institute of Geospatial Science & Technology (INSTeG), UTM is hosting the 8th International Symposium on Digital Earth 2013 (ISDE 2013). On behalf of the Organizing Committee, with great pleasure I cordially invite you to submit your abstract to the 8th International Symposium on Digital Earth 2013 (ISDE 2013). 


The 8th ISDE 2013 will be held in Borneo Convention Centre Kuching (BCCK), Kuching, Sarawak, Malaysia from 26 to 29 August 2013.
All submitted papers will undergo peer review and accepted papers will be published in IOP Conference Series: Earth and Environmental Science (EES) indexed in Scopus, El Compendex, and Inspec. Papers will appear online within 4 to 6 weeks after final manuscript submission and free to download after publication. Best papers will then be selected for publication in the International Journal of Digital Earth (IJDE) Special Issue indexed in Science Citation Index Expanded with Impact Factor 1.453 (2010).

The topics covered by ISDE 2013 can be seen at (but not limited to):
http://isde2013.utm.my/themes.html 

See important dates at:
http://isde2013.utm.my/dates.html

If you have any query, please do not hesitate to contact us at:
E-mails: mazlanhashim@utm.my, ekosiswanto@utm.my
Tel.: +60 755 31174+60 755 30839 

Looking forward to seeing you in ISDE2013.

With Best Wishes,
ISDE 2013 Organizing Committee"

UNGIWG 2013. évi plenáris ülése Isztambulban

Az ENSZ Térinformatikai Munkacsoportja (UNGIWG) 13. plenáris ülésére február 27- március 1 között kerül sor Isztambulban. Bővebb információ itt. A plenáris ülést az UNGIWG jelenlegi vezetését ellátó bécsi Atomcsend Egyezmény Szervezete (NTBTO) szervezi, amely operatív módon alkalmazza a legfejlettebb földmegfigyelési és térinformatikai technológiákat napi gyakorlatában. Az elmúlt évben HUNAGI meghívott panelvita előadó volt a 12. UNGIWG bécsi plenáris ülésén.

Wednesday, January 2, 2013

AGILE 2013: előadásbeküldés január végéig lehetséges

Mai postánkból Maribel Yasmina Santos küldte az AGILE szervezettől az alábbi figyelemfelhívást:
'This is a reminder for the call for short papers and posters for next years’ AGILE Conference which will take place in Leuven, 14-17 May.
We want to draw your attention on the fact that you need to use the mentioned templates/guidelines.
See the AGILE 2013 website for more information: http://agile.gis.geo.tu-dresden.de/web/index.php/conference/conference-2013
31 January 2013 is the deadline for submission.
Danny, Joep and Bénédicte
Chairs AGILE 2013 Programme Committee
16th AGILE Conference on Geographic Information Science
Geographic Information Science at the Heart of Europe
14-17 May 2013, Leuven, Belgium

On behalf of the AGILE council, we would like to invite you to participate at the 16th AGILE International Conference on Geographic Information Science, scheduled to take place between 14 and 17 May 2013 in Leuven, Belgium, which is situated at the heart of Europe. This years’ conference will pay special attention to the role Geographic Information Science & Technology can play to help resolving the societal challenges we are facing, and to support European policy making in particular.

Call for Papers
The program will offer preconference workshops, keynote sessions, parallel paper presentation sessions and a poster session to share your ideas, and to explore ongoing research & future developments, including stateoftheart applications. The conference will also allow you to network with other professionals from academia, industry and government who are interested in promoting GI teaching and research activities at the European level.
Potential contributors to this conference are invited to submit:

Full papers: this track is closed now
Short papers: 2000 to 3000words manuscript of original and unpublished research work. Highquality scientific and strategic (industrial and governmental) submissions will be accepted for presentation at the conference and will be published online as separate proceedings (with separate ISBN number). Papers must be written in correct English according to the submission template and formatting guidelines which can be found on the conference website. Please note that the best short papers will be invited for submission of an extended version of their paper for publication in a special issue of 2 International Journals (to be announced in January). This will process will start after the AGILE 2013 review process in April 2013.
Poster submission: 500 to 1000words manuscript of original scientific and strategic research work. Highquality submissions will be accepted for poster presentations at the conference, which will provide the exceptional opportunity to stimulate scientific discussions and exchange novel ideas. Posters proposals must be written in correct English according to the submission template and formatting guidelines which can be found on the conference website.
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