Thursday, December 25, 2014

Kivételes lehetőség a térinformatika-tudomány pályakezdő szakemberei számára

Postánkból. Roger Longhorn, a GSDI főtitkára írja a szervezet hírpostáján, amelyre való felkapcsolódás minden érdeklődő HUNAGI tag és partner számára ajánlható:

"The summer of 2015 marks the twenty-year anniversary of the International Early-Career Scholars Institutes in GIScience.

The organizers and participants in those previous Institutes in co-sponsorship with the Vespucci Initiative invite a new generation of early-career GIScience scholars to with join us to explore Advancing Geographic Information Science: The Past and Next Twenty Years.

A maximum of 25 early-career scholars will be accepted for the conference based upon full-paper or extended abstract submissions. Full papers will be peer-reviewed and, if accepted for the Institute, will be conditionally accepted for inclusion in the book arising from the Institute.

This is not your usual conference. The Institute is designed for maximum interaction in participatory research challenge discussions, presentations, projects, panels and cooperative and competitive research-focused activities. It will also engage participants in informal settings and outdoor opportunities to encourage extended discourse among early-career and senior scholar participants. 

Theme: Advancing Geographic Information Science: The Past and Next Twenty Years
Location: College of the Atlantic, Bar Harbor, Maine
DatesJune 29 - July 3, 2015
Senior Scholar Editorial Review Board of Past Participants: (Most listed to date have indicated the likelihood of attending)

We look forward to seeing you in Maine.

Werner Kuhn, Max Craglia, Michael Gould, Vespucci Initiative
Max Egenhofer, Kate Beard, Harlan Onsrud, NCGIA Maine
David Mark, Ling Bian, NCGIA Buffalo
Helen Couclelis, Mike Goodchild, Keith Clarke, NCGIA Santa Barbara

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