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01. February 2020:
Call for Full- & Short Papers closes

26. Febuary 2020:
Call for Workshops, Product Presentations & Special Fora closes

March 2020:
Review Phase

31. March 2020:
Registration for Exhibitors closes
GI_Forum Call for Papers now open!

The 2020 GI_Forum motto is “connecting spatially”. Our Call for Papers for Full- & Short Paper contributions is open until Feb. 1, 2020.

GI_Forum Focus Topic:
Spatial Simulation

Participatory simulations enable a deeper interaction and are more engaging than conventional simulation models. The modeling community increasingly takes this as a method to integrate human behavior in real-time into simulations of human and human-environmental interactions. Innovative contributions related to participatory simulation modeling are welcomed.

GI_Forum Focus Topic: Remembrance and Geomedia

Maps, open databases and geomedia open up completely new avenues for place remembrance and education. Linked to location, they make scientific and historic documentation available to lay people, inspire discussions on authenticity and allow new and explorative approaches both along the digital humanities as well as for learning environments.

GEOBIA2020 @ GI_Forum

This special GEOBIA track will be a 1.5 days conference within the multi-faceted GI_Week, taking place from July 7 – 10, 2020. As continuation of seven successful GEOBIA conferences since its launch in 2006, this special event will return “home” – to the place where it all began.

But what about….?

None of our focus topics meets your interests? No problem! Of course, we welcome contributions of the entire GIS realm, bearing in mind different perspectives from various professions and disciplines.

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