GI-Days 2007 – Young Researchers Forum announced

I was passed this “call for papers” this week for the GI-Days 2007 a GI Research Forum event in Germany aimed at Young Researchers. Sounds like a fantastic opportunity, I will try to attend myself !

GI-Days 2007
Young Researchers Forum
September 10-12, 2007

Münster, Germany
http://www.gi-days.de
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TOPICS AND TARGET GROUP

GI-Days 2007 will provide a platform for young researchers worldwide to
present their work from all sectors of geographic information science.
The range of topics will be comparable to the well established series
of GIScience conferences, focusing on emerging topics and basic
research findings.

GI-Days 2007 will bring together young researchers from the field of
geographic information science. We encourage PhD and Master students
as well as post-docs to submit papers. Participants of GI-Days 2007
will learn about the diversity of currently ongoing research projects
and receive feedback on their research in a constructive and
international atmosphere.

Short papers (max 1000 words) can be submitted to present research
results, visionary ideas and work in progress. All papers will be
reviewed by at least three members of the program committee. Papers must
be written and presented in English. All accepted papers will be
published in the ifgiPrints series (with ISBN).

We invite you to be part of the up-and-coming generation of geographic
information scientists meeting at GI-Days 2007.

Possible topics include, but are not restricted to:

* Spatial data infrastructures
* Geospatial semantic web
* Geographic information in Web 2.0
* Geospatial web services
* Geospatial ontology engineering
* Semantic annotation of geospatial data sources
* Similarity and geospatial concept representation
* Sensor web services and sensor networks
* Location-based services, mobile and ubiquitous geo-computing
* Space time analysis and modelling
* Privacy in information management
* Algorithms and data structures
* Functional programming in geo-applications
* Self-organizing maps
* Map-algebra services
* Disaster and risk management
* Social aspects of geospatial information
* Dealing with uncertainty in geographic information
* Cognitive aspects of spatial knowledge

TUTORIALS

GI-Days 2007 will provide a platform for young researchers worldwide to
The paper presentations will be followed by a tutorial program tailored
to the interests of starting researchers:

* The In’s and Out’s of Writing a Thesis.
Dr. Francis Harvey, University of Leicester, UK
* Funding Acquisition.
Dr. Christoph Brox, University of Münster, Germany
* Utility of Logic and Formal Methods for the GIScientist.
James Hood, University of Exeter, UK.
* How Does Geoinformatics Business Work?
Dr. Adam Sliwinski, con terra GmbH Warsaw, Poland.

SHORT PAPER DEADLINES

Submission deadline May 21.
Notification June 24.
Camera-ready manuscripts July 19.

PROGRAM COMMITTEE

* Pragya Agarwal University College London
* Fernando Bacao Universidade Nova de Lisboa
* John Bateman University of Bremen
* Jörg Baus Saarland University
* Kate Beard-Tisdale University of Maine
* Brandon Bennett University of Leeds
* Roderic Bera University College London
* Lars Bernard University of Dresden
* Susanne Boll University of Oldenburg
* Stefano Borgo Laboratory for Applied Ontology, Trento
* Boyan Brodaric Geological Survey of Canada
* Gilberto Camara INPE Brazil
* Christophe Claramunt Naval Academy Research Institute
* Max Craglia Joint Research Centre, Ispra
* Matt Duckham University of Melbourne
* Max Egenhofer University of Maine
* Sara Fabrikant University of Zurich
* Fred Fonseca Penn State University
* Andrew Frank Technical University of Vienna
* Christian Freksa University of Bremen
* Sven Fuhrmann Texas State University
* Mark Gahegan Penn State University
* Chris Gold University of Glamorgan
* Mike Goodchild University of California, Santa Barbara
* Francis Harvey University of Leicester
* Stephan Hirtle University of Pittsburgh
* Piotr Jankowski San Diego State University
* Marinos Kavouras National Technical University of Athens
* Alexander Klippel Pennsylvania State University
* Menno-Jan Kraak ITC, Enschede
* Antonio Krüger University of Münster
* Werner Kuhn University of Münster
* Lars Kulik University of Melbourne
* Patrick Laube University of Auckland
* Rob Lemmens ITC, Enschede
* Michael Lutz Joint Research Centre, Ispra
* Harvey Miller University oif Utah
* Daniel Montello University of California, Santa Barbara
* Marco Painho Universidade Nova de Lisboa
* Edzer Pebesma University of Utrecht
* Lutz Plümer University of Bonn
* Hardy Pundt Hochschule Harz
* Martin Raubal University of California, Santa Barbara
* Wolfgang Reinhardt Universität der Bundeswehr, Munich
* Femke Reitsma Edinburgh University
* Claus Rinner Ryerson University, Toronto
* Andrea Rodriguez Universidad de Concepción
* Monika Sester University of Hannover
* Takeshi Shirabe Technical University of Vienna
* Kathleen Stewart Hornsby University of Maine
* Ulrich Streit University of Münster
* Eleni Tomai University of Athens
* Ignacio Torres National Autonomous University of Mexico
* Ubbo Visser University of Bremen
* Agnes Voisard Fraunhofer ISST and FU Berlin
* Monica Wachowicz Wageningen University
* Stephan Winter University of Melbourne
* Mike Worboys University of Maine
* Andreas Wytzisk 52° North

CONFERENCE ORGANIZATION

General Chair Eva Klien
Program Chairs Florian Probst and Carsten Keßler
Tutorial Chair Jörg Müller
Local Chair Sven Schade

CONFERENCE FEES

Early registration until 6th July
Students: 60€
Regular: 160€

Late registration
Students: 90€
Regular: 190€

Tutorials: 15€

Conference fees include:
* Conference proceedings
* Coffee and lunches at conference
* 22 € conference dinner on Monday (drinks not included)
* Guided city tour on Tuesday

Tutorial fees include:
* Tutorial materials
* Coffee breaks

FURTHER INFORMATION

Check http://www.gi-days.de for further information. Please address all
correspondence to info@gi-days.de.

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