[OSGeo-Discuss] Fwd: GIS Research UK 2012
tmitchell at osgeo.org
Thu Sep 15 20:53:17 PDT 2011
FYI - CFP closes Nov 25th.
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> Call for Papers, GISRUK2012, Lancaster University - 11th to13th April 2012
> We are pleased to invite you to submit short (~1500 word) papers for the 20th annual GIS Research UK conference (GISRUK) which will be held at Lancaster University between Wednesday 11th and Friday 13th April 2012.
> We welcome papers covering all aspects of theoretical and applied GIS research, particularly those within the following themes:
> • Environmental Geoinformatics
> • Open-Source GI
> • Web2.0
> • Qualitative GIS
> • Spatial Ecology
> • Health
> • Emergency Response
> • Landscape Visualisation
> • Geospatial Semantics
> • Location-Based Services
> • Remote Sensing and Photogrammetry
> The closing date for submissions is 25th November 2011. All papers will be subject to peer review with accepted papers allocated to oral and poster sessions accordingly. Conference proceedings including all papers accepted for oral and poster presentation will be made available as a free e-book (with ISBN) and as hardcopy for purchase via http://www.lulu.com.
> The conference will be proceeded by a Open Source GeoSpatial software workshop and a Young Researchers Forum commencing on Tuesday 10th April 2012.
> We are pleased to confirm that the keynote speakers for this year’s conference will be:
> Pete Atkinson, University of Southampton, UK
> Mei-Po Kwan, Ohio State University, USA
> Tyler Mitchell, Executive Director, OSGeo, USA
> For more information and submission details please visit the conference website: http://www.lancs.ac.uk/gisruk2012 or contact members of the local organising committee via gisruk2012 at lancs.ac.uk. We look forward to receiving your submissions and welcoming you to Lancaster in 2012.
> The Local Organizing Committee: Duncan Whyatt, Gemma Davies, Ian Gregory, Barry Rowlingson, Mike James, Pragya Agarwal, Alan
> Blackburn and John Watkins.
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