AGILE 2012

The 15th AGILE International Conference on Geographic Information Science.

Flowering Plum Tree (after Hiroshige), 1887 -Vincent van Gogh (1853–1890)

Conference Topics

Contributions are invited on all topics within the fields of geoinformation, geomatics and geocomputation :

  • Perception and Representation of Geographic Phenomena, Spatial Cognition, Space Appropriation

  • Cognitive Aspects of Human-Computer Interaction for Geographic Information Systems

  • Spatio(temporal) Data Modelling and Reasoning

  • Spatio(temporal) Data Analysis

  • Spatio(temporal) Data Visualisation

  • Spatio(temporal) Data Mining and Knowledge Discovery Spatial Semantics and Spatiotemporal Ontologies

  • Real time GIS, 3D GIS, temporal GIS

  • Spatial Data Infrastructures

  • Semantic Web and GIS

  • Web Services, Geospatial Systems and Real-time Applications, Webmapping,

  • Location Based Services and Mobile GI Applications, Networks and Ubiquitous GIS

  • Mobility of Persons, Objects and Systems, Transports and Flows, Trajectories Analysis,

  • Geosensors Networks

  • Public Participation GIS and Participatory uses of Geospatial Information Systems and Technologies

  • Volunteered Geographic Information

  • Geospatial Decision Support Systems, Spatial Decision Making Support

  • GIScience and Spatial Analysis Education and Training

  • Complex Spatial Systems, Simulation of Spatial Phenomena

  • Integration, Fusion, Multi-scale and Automatic Generalization for Spatial Information

  • Spatial Data And Knowledge Bases, Knowledge Representation and Engineering

  • Modelling and Management of Uncertainty in Space and GIS, Error Propagation, Sensitivity Analysis

  • Spatial Analysis, Geostatistics

  • Epistemology and Philosophy of Spatial Thinking and Planning

  • Uses and Socio-Economic Impacts of Geographic Information (Legal, Economic, Networks of Actors)

  • Modelling and Spatial Analysis of Urban Dynamics

  • GIS for Coastal Management, Seashore

  • GIS for Change of Land use

  • Demographic and Socioeconomic Spatial Modelling

  • Environmental/Ecological and Urban/Regional Modelling using GIS and Spatial Analysis

  • Health, Epidemiology and Medical Geocomputation

  • GIS and Spatial Analysis for Natural Resources Management and Monitoring

  • GIS and Spatial Analysis for Disaster and Risk Management, Spatial Vulnerabilities

  • GIS and Spatial Analysis for Global Change Modelling, Impact on Space

  • Very High Resolution (VHR) Imagery & LIDAR Data for Geospatial Intelligence

  • Segmentation and Classification Issues in Delineating Information from Imagery

  • Geographic Object Based Image Analysis (GEOBIA) Methodologies

  • Bridging the Gap between Remote Sensing and GIS, Field/Object based Models and their Relationship

  • GIS, Spatial Analysis for Landscape Ecology