Submit now: Conference on Spatial Thinking and GIScience in Tokyo

The international conference “Spatial Thinking and Geographic Information Sciences” will take place at the University of Tokyo from the 14th through the 16th September, 2011 with a strong Geovisualization track.

Submission deadline is fast approaching: please submit by January 15th 2011 (600-1000 word for extended abstracts, no longer than 8000 words for full papers).

Note that a special issue in Environment and Planning B  is planned based on selected submissions and the conference does NOT charge a registration fee.

In sum
Acronym of the event: STGIS2011
Name of the event: Spatial Thinking and Geographic Information Sciences 2011
Homepage: http://curricula.csis.u-tokyo.ac.jp/stgis2011/index.html
Submission page: https://www.easychair.org/conferences/?conf=stgis2011

Important Dates
dates description
2010-10-01 submission opens
2011-01-15 paper submission deadline
2011-03-15 author notification
2011-09-14 – 2011-09-16 conference takes place

2 thoughts on “Submit now: Conference on Spatial Thinking and GIScience in Tokyo”

  1. Dear Dr

    I have a research article. The article had been published in a journal but it has not presented any conference. Please guide me, Can i present it at your or other conference?

    Best regards

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    Naser Ahmadi Sani
    Assistant Professor of Forestry ( Remote Sensing and GIS )
    Faculty of Agriculture and Natural Resources
    Mahabad Branch
    Islamic Azad University
    Mahabad, Iran
    P.O.Box# 59139-3-3137
    Phone: +98 912 584 2096
    Fax: +98 442 234 1005
    E-mail: n_rs82@yahoo.com
    http://www.iau-mahabad.ac.ir/
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  2. Dear Naser Ahmadi Sani,

    Apologies for the delayed answer, I only saw your comment now.

    For your question: For our conference, unfortunately it’s too late (deadline for submissions was January 15th, and your question dates February 6th).

    However in principle, if you find a workshop or a conference, you can definitely contact the organizers and ask whether this might be possible. If they do not aim at publishing original research results but only for getting some discussion from the participants, they may welcome your suggestion.

    Best regards,
    -Arzu Coltekin

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