It is our pleasure to announce the first call for papers for
GeoComputation 2019 -
Adventures in GeoComputation to be held 18th to 21st September 2019
in Queenstown, New Zealand. The biennial GeoComputation international research conference series (“The Art and Science
of Solving Complex Spatial Problems with Computers”) has been running since the inaugural 1996 conference in Leeds. The
2019 conference is jointly organised by University of Otago, University of Auckland, University of Canterbury and Victoria University Wellington.
topics include: spatial analysis and statistics, geographic visualization and visual analytics, virtual and augmented reality, cyber GIS, open geospatial science, computational movement
analysis, complex systems analysis, AI and machine learning methods for geographical research, Agent-based modelling, cellular automata and geosimulation, geospatial uncertainty, spatial data mining and applied geocomputation.
We invite you to submit
extended abstracts via the
GeoComputation 2019 Easy Chair site. Papers should be 2500 to 4000 words in length and extended abstracts up to 1500 words in length, submitted as pdf following the templates available at the
conference website (Word and
Latex are available). The deadline for papers is 30th April 2019 and for extended abstracts is
31st May 2019. A special feature issue of Journal of Spatial Information Science (JoSIS) is planned for publication in 2020.
We also invite submissions for
workshops which will run on the first scheduled day (alongside the New Zealand Geospatial Research Conference 2019) and themed
sessions that will run within the conference. If you are interested in this opportunity, please submit a title and abstract of half to full page length, covering at least topic description, relevance to GeoComputation, and organisers to
[hidden email], by
22nd February 2019.
Some Important dates
Workshop and Themed Session proposal deadline
Workshops and Themed Session announcement
Decision and Feedback on Papers
Extended Abstract Deadline
Decision and Feedback on Extended Abstracts
Deadline for Revised papers and extended abstracts
Workshops and NZGRC 2019
22nd February 2019
4th March 2019 30th April 2019
24th May 2019 31st May 2019
14th June 2019
28th June 2019 18th September 2019 19th–21st September 2019
Additional details about the mountain resort town of Queenstown, conference venue and travel are available at the conference website. We
look forward to welcoming you to New Zealand!
(on behalf of the organising committee Ben Adams, Mairead de Roiste, Mark Gahegan, Christina Hulbe, David O'Sullivan, Peter Whigham and Matthew Wilson)