[OSGeo-Discuss] CFP: The 29th International Cartographic Conference (ICC2019), 15th - 20th July 2019

Toshikazu SETO tosseto at gmail.com
Sun Nov 25 00:47:51 PST 2018

The 29th International Cartographic Conference (ICC2019)
15th - 20th July 2019
Tokyo, Japan


The 29th International Cartographic Conference (ICC 2019) of the
International Cartographic Association (ICA) invites all interested
participants from across the globe to submit papers or abstracts and
present the latest scientific developments.  Join and share the latest
innovations and developments in mapping techniques, technological
advancements, and current research in cartography and GIScience. Conference
Themes and Topics are listed, but not limited to, below.  The event is a
unique experience to exchange ideas and encourage collaboration with
colleagues from academia, government and industry.
ICC2019 welcomes two types of submission: full paper and abstract only. All
submissions are single-blind peer reviewed.  Full papers have a length of 8
pages; abstracts have a length of 1-2 pages.
Full paper submission is a submission to Advances of the ICA.  A few
selected papers will be published on International Journal of Cartography.
Abstract only submission is a submission to Proceedings of the ICA or
Abstracts of the ICA.
There are two type of presentation: oral presentation, or poster
presentation.  The types of presentation can be selected independently of
the types of submission (full paper or abstract only).

[Important Dates]
5th December 2018    Submission of full papers (to Advances of the ICA)
19th December 2018  Submission of abstracts (to Abstracts of the ICA and
Proceedings of the ICA):
20th February 2019   Notification of acceptance
3rd April 2019            Submission of final manuscripts

[Conference Themes and Topics]
T01    Art and Cartography
T02    Atlases
T03    Cartographic Heritage into the Digital
T04    Cartography and Children
T05    Cartography in Early Warning and Crisis Management
T06    Cognitive Issues in Geographic Information Visualization
T07    Education and Training
T08    Generalisation and Multiple Representation
T09    Geospatial Analysis and Modeling
T10    GI for Sustainability
T11     History of Cartography
T12    Location Based Services
T13    Map Design
T14    Map Production and Geoinformation Management
T15    Map Projections
T16    Maps and Graphics for Blind and Partially Sighted People
T17    Maps and the Internet
T18    Mountain Cartography
T19    Open Source Geospatial Technologies
T20    Planetary Cartography
T21    SDI and Standards
T22    Sensor-driven Mapping
T23    Topographic Mapping
T24    Toponymy
T25    Ubiquitous Mapping, Spatial DB and IoT-Based Systems
T26    Use, User and Usability Issues
T27    Visual Analytics
T28    Marine Cartography
T29    Digital Humanities and GIS
T30    GIS, Remote Sensing and Cartographic Theory, Methodology and
T31    Visualization and Analysis of Geographical Process
T32    Mapping Cities
T33    Design and visual variables: Rethinking Jacques Bertin
T34    Geo for All: Open source GIS education
T35    Crowdsourced Geospatial Information
T36    Transition to Modern and Contemporary Mappings
T37    Maps for SDGs
T38    Mapping the Environment
T39    Theoretical Cartography
T40    AI, Robotics, Autonomous Cars and Mapping
T41    Maps and Games
T42    Big Data and Data Science
T43    Others


ICC2019 Local Organizing Committee
If you have any enquiries, please contact: icc2019 at issjp.com

Toshikazu SETO, Ph.D. Project Lecturer
Center for Spatial Information Science
University of Tokyo
e-mail: tosseto at csis.u-tokyo.ac.jp
URL: http://researchmap.jp/tosseto/

瀬戸寿一 東京大学空間情報科学研究センター・特任講師
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