Call for Papers for Geospatial Track in ISCRAM Asia Pacific (Disaster and Crisis Management).

The second Information Systems for Crisis Response and Management (ISCRAM) Asia Pacific regional conference will take place on 7 – 9 November 2022 at RMIT University in Melbourne. This event follows the first ISCRAM Asia Pacific conference that was held in Wellington New Zealand in November 2018. Conference participants will be welcomed to Melbourne whichContinue reading “Call for Papers for Geospatial Track in ISCRAM Asia Pacific (Disaster and Crisis Management).”

2022 Kairuri Community Trust Stirling Scholarship for final year students

The Kairuri Community Trust is pleased to announce its 2022 KCT Stirling Scholarship targeting final year students in a Surveying, Spatial or GIS related tertiary course. The award comprises a cash amount of $2500 and attendance at this year’s Survey and Spatial NZ Annual Conference in August. The application process is online via the TrustContinue reading “2022 Kairuri Community Trust Stirling Scholarship for final year students”

Extended Deadline for NZ Geospatial Research Conference Submissions

We have extended the deadline for short paper and poster abstract submissions for the NZ Geospatial Research Conference to 1st June 2022. Also, we have added lightning talks to the programme (5 min presentation + 5 min questions), with a deadline of 13 June for lightning talk abstracts. Click here for more details or toContinue reading “Extended Deadline for NZ Geospatial Research Conference Submissions”

Latest update on upcoming NZ Geospatial Research Conference

We are happy to announce that Jannat Maqbool will be one of our keynote speakers at the New Zealand Geospatial Research Conference which will be hosted at Massey University Wellington on 29-30 August! Jannat is an Australian born Punjabi and mother of three based in Waikato, New Zealand. She is a CPA and former CIOContinue reading “Latest update on upcoming NZ Geospatial Research Conference”

PhD Research Scholarship: Building thriving residential communities using citizen scienceinformation to inform earthquake engineering

The Joint Centre for Disaster Research (JCDR) is awarding a three-year PhD Scholarship from mid to late 2022 – 2025 as part of the Interdisciplinary Programme 2: Thriving Residential Communities in the QuakeCoRE Te Hiranga Rū research programme. The scholarship is available to students of all nationalities. The starting date is any time from mid-lateContinue reading “PhD Research Scholarship: Building thriving residential communities using citizen scienceinformation to inform earthquake engineering”

ISCRAM Asia Pacific 2022 Call for Submissions

The second Information Systems for Crisis Response and Management (ISCRAM) Asia Pacific regional conference will take place on 7 – 9 November 2022 at RMIT University in Melbourne. This event follows the first ISCRAM Asia Pacific conference that was held in Wellington New Zealand in November 2018. Conference participants will be welcomed to Melbourne whichContinue reading “ISCRAM Asia Pacific 2022 Call for Submissions”

NZ Geospatial Research Conference Update: Postgrad Lunch and Long Papers Due

It’s time for a glimpse of what you can expect at the New Zealand Geospatial Research Conference 2022! Attention all geospatial postgrad students! The conference will include a two-hour Postgraduate Lunch Event and all students are welcome. Don’t miss your opportunity to network with your peers from around New Zealand and learn about their research.Continue reading “NZ Geospatial Research Conference Update: Postgrad Lunch and Long Papers Due”

Long Paper Extension for NZ Geospatial Research Conference

The long paper deadline for the upcoming New Zealand Geospatial Research Conference has been extended to April 14th. Accepted long papers will be published in a Springer book volume. Short paper and poster submissions are due on 10th May. We hope you will join us in Wellington on 29th-30th August to connect with colleagues, shareContinue reading “Long Paper Extension for NZ Geospatial Research Conference”

PhD posts in Geoinformatics

Cardiff University are offering two PhD posts connected with Collaboratory projects: AI for Ecology and Biodiversity: Inferring habitat-species interactions from historical records, connected with the BioWhere project. Extracting content from social media for situation awareness in emergency response, connected with the QuakeText project. Applications close on Friday, April 29th.

Reminder: Call for Papers: Special Issue on GeoAI

Description Researchers in Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Geography have been developing various points of contact in the past, with many possibilities of mutual benefit in the future. Recently, subsymbolic AI methods, such as Deep Learning, have increased the quality and scalability of data processing methods in remote sensing, geographic information retrieval,  natural language processing (NLP)Continue reading “Reminder: Call for Papers: Special Issue on GeoAI”