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”

International Data Week 2022

Hosted in Seoul, Republic of Korea, this year’s IDW is centered around the sharing and integration of international data with Korean data methods, which has been coined as “K-Data.” The goal of IDW is to bring together data scientists, researchers, industry leaders, entrepreneurs, policymakers and data stewards from disciplines across the globe to explore howContinue reading “International Data Week 2022”

Call for Papers: Smart Data Smart Cities and 3D Geoinfo

City Futures research Institute¸ Smart Cities and Infrastructure cluster, and GRID, UNSW Sydney are excited to be hosting two international conferences, the 7th Smart Data Smart Cities (SDSC) and the 17th 3D GeoInfo in Sydney. This is the first time SDSC has come to the Southern Hemisphere, the second time 3D GeoInfo has come to Australia and the first time both conferencesContinue reading “Call for Papers: Smart Data Smart Cities and 3D Geoinfo”

SciDataCon session proposal submission extended 

SciDataCon 2022 session submission deadline has been extended to 28 February 2022.  Submit your proposal today at: https://www.scidatacon.org/IDW-2022/submit/.    To learn more about the SciDataCon 2022 themes and call for sessions, see https://www.scidatacon.org/conference/IDW-2022/call_for_sessions/.  And don’t forget, conference abstracts and conference poster submissions will be accepted starting in March through April once the preliminary program is published.Continue reading “SciDataCon session proposal submission extended ”

SciDataCon 2022 Call for Sessions

The deadline for the SciDataCon Call for Sessions proposals is 23:59 UTC on February 14, 2022. SciDataCon 2022 is a part of the International Data Week 2022, which will be held both virtually and in Seoul, Republic of Korea. The main conference will take place on 20-23 June 2022. Colocated, hybrid and virtual events will take place bothContinue reading “SciDataCon 2022 Call for Sessions”

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 “Call for Papers: Special Issue on GeoAI”

Platial’21 Videos Now Available

The videos for the Platial’21 International Symposium on Platial Information Science, which was held on 15-17 December are now online. Click here for a link to the video playlist. And click here to see the video of Johanna and Kristin’s presentation My Favourite Place – Exploring Reasons for Place Preference, which analyses the results ofContinue reading “Platial’21 Videos Now Available”

Massey to host New Zealand Geospatial Research Conference

The New Zealand Geospatial Research Conference 2022 will be hosted at Massey University’s Wellington Campus on 29-30 August. The conference theme is finding our way to an open world. The past two years have seen increased restrictions on physical movement around the world, but also increased need for cross-border, cross-discipline and cross-domain data access, use,Continue reading “Massey to host New Zealand Geospatial Research Conference”

Congratulations to Dr Gabor Kereszturi for winning the Massey University Early Career Research Medal

Congratulations to Dr Gabor Kereszturi, who has won both the College of Sciences Early Career Research Award and the University Early Career Research Medal this year. Gabor’s research focuses on geospatial mapping and quantifying geological and environmental processes using remote sensing and field-based approaches. In particular, he has shown strong research leadership in developing newContinue reading “Congratulations to Dr Gabor Kereszturi for winning the Massey University Early Career Research Medal”