Archive for January, 2009

AGILE 2009 Hanover

Wednesday, January 28th, 2009

AGILE – Call for extended abstract

Cross Atlantic Workshop on Economic Value of Geoinformation – GeoValue ‘09

Date:  June 2-5, 2009

Location:  Hannover, Germany

The 12th AGILE International Conference on Geographic Information Science will be hosted by the City of Hanover and organized by the Institute of Cartography and Geoinformatics of the University of Hanover.

Conference Topics

Contributions are invited on all topics within the fields of geo-information, geomatics, geocomputation and remote sensing and image interpretation, including (but not limited to):

  • Geospatial Data Capture, Fusion and Harmonisation
  • Discovery and Retrieval of GI
  • Semantics of GI
  • Spatial Information Infrastructures
  • Location Based Services and Mobile Applications
  • Demographic and Socioeconomic Modelling
  • Environmental/Ecological and Urban/Regional Modelling
  • Health and Medical Informatics
  • Natural Resources Management and Monitoring
  • Disaster and Risk Management
  • Spatial Decision Support
  • Spatial Data Usability and Data Quality
  • Spatiotemporal Modelling and Analysis
  • Spatial Cognition
  • Geosensor Networks
  • Visual Analytics and Geovisualisation
  • GI Education and Training
  • GI Policy and Society, e-Government

Special Topics Related to Remote Sensing and Image Interpretation

  • Earth Observation Systems: Issues and Applications
  • Lidar Processing Algorithms and Applications
  • Image Interpretation for Topographic Mapping
  • Image Analysis for Change Detection

There are also several workshops, among them the “Cross Atlantic Workshop on Economic Value of Geoinformation”. Please have a look at the call for papers for this workshop as well: agile-workshop geovalue-09

ISSRM 2009

Monday, January 12th, 2009

15th International Symposium on Society and Resource Management
Meet old and new worlds in Research, Planning, and Management

The 15th International Symposium on Society and Resource Management will be hosted by The University of Natural Resources and Applied Life Sciences (BOKU) from July 5 – 8, 2009 in Vienna, Austria.

The symposium will be held at the Austria Center Vienna, the largest conference centre in Austria.

The theme for the ISSRM 2009 is:

Meet Old and New Worlds in Research, Planning and Management

– Discussing methodological traditions versus pragmatic solutions
– Exploring cultural and political influences on planning and decision making processes
– Feeling the transdisciplinary and transboundary character of research and management

The topics for the symposium include:

  • Outdoor recreation
  • Nature-based tourism
  • Sustainable tourism development
  • Climate change adaptation and mitigation
  • Management and development of protected areas
  • Social science and collaborative planning in forestry and agriculture
  • Innovative approaches to resource management
  • Wildlife management
  • Environmental education
  • Human behaviour and recreation research
  • Visitor monitoring
  • Landscape perception and preferences
  • Place attachment
  • Environmental Impact Assessment
  • Forest inventory and sustainable resource management
  • Water management
  • Cross-cultural cooperation and management
  • Collaborative landscape planning

Further information and abstract submission: http://www.issrm09.info/

Digital Landscape Architecture 2009

Saturday, January 10th, 2009

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Abstracts not exceeding 250 words should be submitted online via a web-based submission system at
http://www.landschaftsinformatik.de by January 31, 2009,
for review and possible inclusion in the program.
The conference proceedings are published by Wichmann Verlag, Heidelberg.
The conference language is English.
The conference will be hold in Malta in order to address the regional focus of the conference on the Mediterranean Islands.

Keynote Speakers

Prof. Dr. Stephen Ervin, Harvard University, USA
Prof. Ian Jorgensen, University of Copenhagen, Denmark
Prof. Dr. Jürgen Döllner, Hasso Plattner Institute, University of Potsdam
Prof. Dr. Jörg Schaller, ESRI Germany
Prof. Dr. Marc Bonazountas, Epsilon, Greece
(other keynote speakers will be announced later)

Topics
The program committee cordially invites you to submit proposals for original,
unpublished presentations focusing on one of the following topics

A: Digital Landscape Design for the Mediterranean Islands
B: Landscape Information Models LIMs
C: 3D, 4D and VR Landscape Visualization
D: Teaching Digital Landscape Architecture /
E: Knowledge Based Landscape Architecture
F: 3D-Workmethod in Landscape Design

Important Dates

Abstracts due February 16, 2009
Notification of acceptance: February 28, 2009
Full manuscript draft due: March 23, 2009
Reviewed manuscript due: April 6, 2009
Conference: May 21 – 22, 2009

Further Information
Anhalt University of Applied Sciences, Hochschule Anhalt (FH)
Forschungsbereich Landschaftsinformatik, Prof. Erich Buhmann
INDIGO Innovationspark, Solbadstraße 2, D-06406 Bernburg, Germany
Telephone: +49-3471 -355-1116, Fax +49-3471-628179
conference proceedings: atelier.bernburg@t-online.de
conference organization: la@loel.hs-anhalt.de

Conference Scientific Director: Prof. Erich Buhmann
Submit Entries LA-Conferences at http://www.landschaftsinformatik.de

Conference partners:
AGIT2009, LE:NOTRE TW and partners in Malta

Conference sponsors:
ESRI Geoinformatik GmbH, SYNERGIS Informationssysteme GmbH, K2-Computer Softwareentwicklung GmbH a.o.

Terrain Modelling in Digital Landscape Design

Tuesday, January 6th, 2009

This web portal on terrain modelling has been created at Forest and Landscape, University of Copenhagen by landscape architects José Lameiras and Ian Jørgensen. Both have a background teaching IT in landscape architecture. Focus is on digital technologies to interact with surface models and develop landscape design. So, this is about LIM – Landscape Information Modelling as a response to architect’s BIM (Building IM).

http://www.novaland.dk/neo/