We invite presentations and presentation abstracts related to research in the development and application of geospatial interoperability standards.
The deadline for presentations and presentation abstracts is 25 July 2014. Note that the deadline has passed for submission of full papers and the full paper submissions are currently under review. The ISPRS International Journal of Geo-Information (IJGI) will publish a special issue for the OGC Academic Summit 2014. Accepted papers will be reviewed for submission and publication in the IJGI Open Geospatial Consortium special issue.
2014 marks the 20th anniversary of the creation of the Open Geospatial Consortium (OGC). After two decades, OGC standards have become a key enabler of geospatial interoperability, delivering significant societal, economic and scientific benefits by integrating digital location resources into commercial and institutional processes worldwide. Emerging technologies such as cloud computing, smartphones, UAVs, sensor networks and the Internet of Things offer new ways of collecting, accessing, and analyzing geospatial information, generating ever increasing interest in the diffusion, usage, and processing of geo-referenced data. This rapidly expanding technology domain brings exciting new challenges and opportunities to many scientific disciplines and to the geospatial interoperability research community.
The OGC Academic Summit 2014 will provide a unique international forum in which to present and discuss progress and future directions of geospatial interoperability as it applies to computer science and to sciences in which geoprocessing has become an essential tool. Academic Summit attendees will have an opportunity to network with OGC member representatives from around the world and participate directly in OGC working groups, plenary sessions, dinners and outings.
Presentations and presentation abstracts must be in English. And the abstract is limited to 500 words. Submit them to the Academic Summit EasyChair system at https://www.easychair.org/conferences/?conf=ogcacademicsummit201.
We invite you to submit papers describing your cutting-edge, exciting new research to the OGC Academic Summit 2014. The OGC Academic Summit 2014 will provide a unique international forum in which to present and discuss progress and future directions of geospatial interoperability as it applies to computer science and to sciences in which geoprocessing has become an essential tool. Each paper must be written in English and submitted in PDF file following the IJGI format (WORD, LaTeX). Submitted manuscripts should not have been published previously nor be under consideration for publication elsewhere. All manuscripts will be refereed through a peer-review process. At least one of the authors of an accepted paper must attend the conference and present the paper. The ISPRS International Journal of Geo-Information (IJGI) will publish a special issue for the OGC Academic Summit 2014. Accepted papers will be invited to incorporate reviewers' comments, extend the paper (if needed) and submit to the IJGI Open Geospatial special issue. A good news is that publication fees are fully waived for papers submitted in 2014. Submission Deadline Extended: June 15 2014
Full Paper Notification Acceptance: July 23 2014
Presentation Notification Acceptance: July 28 2014
Conference Date: September 15~16 2014
The OGC Academic Summit 2014 will be part of the OGC September '14 Technical and Planning Committee (TC/PC) Meeting. Registering the OGC Calgary TC/PC will automatically register the Academic Summit. There is no separate registration required. The registration link will be available soon.
Steve Liang, University of Calgary, Canada
Ryosuke Shibasaki, University of Tokyo, Japan
Dr. Wenwen Li, Arizona State University, USA
Mohamed Bakillah, University of Calgary, Canada
Payam Barnaghi, University of Surrey, United Kingdom
Peter Baumann, Jacobs University Bremen, Germany
Umesh Bellur, IIT Bombay, India
Jean Brodeur, GeoConnections, Canada
Arne Broering, ESRI Switzerland, Switzerland
Tien-Yin Chou, GIS Research Center, FCU, Taiwan
David Coleman, University of New Brunswick, Canada
Jianya Gong, Wuhan University, China
Chris Higgins, University of Edinburgh, UK
Chih-Yuan Huang, University of Calgary, Canada
Thomas H. Kolbe, TUM, Germany
Ki-Joune Li, Pusan National University, South Korea Songnian Li, Ryerson University, Canada
Xun Li, Arizona State University, USA
Abbas Rajabifard, University of Melbourne, Australia
Emmanuel Stefanakis, University of New Brunswick, Canada
Fraser Taylor, Carleton University, Canada
Peter Taylor, CSIRO, Australia
Danny Vandenbroucke, KU Leuven, Belgium
Phil Yang, George Mason University, USA
Xinyue Ye, Kent State University, USA
Tania Khalafbeigi, University of Calgary, Canada