ECTQG 2017 – Keynotes and a call for sessions

http://www.geog.leeds.ac.uk/ectqg17/ The organisers of the European Colloquium on Theoretical and Quantitative Geography (ECTQG) 2017, to be held in York, UK, from 7-11 September, are pleased to announce the conference keynote presenters and publish a call for sessions. Our keynote presenters will be: – Sir Alan Wilson – Prof Alison Heppenstall – Prof Anne Vernez-Moudon – […]

Call for Papers: International Workshop on Agent-based modelling of Urban Systems (ABMUS2017)

The ABMUS2017 workshop on Agent-based modelling of urban systems will be held at the AAMAS2017 conference in Sao Paulo, Brazil on 8-9 May 2017. Researchers and practitioners who use agent-based models and agent systems to understand, explore, and manage cities and urban infrastructure systems are invited to submit papers to ABMUS2017. The overarching theme for […]

GeoComputation 2017 – 4th – 7th Sept 2017 in Leeds

We are pleased to invite papers for GeoComputation 2017, to be held 4th – 7th Sept 2017 in Leeds, UK (http://www.geocomputation.org/2017/conference). We are also inviting proposals for themed sessions. Paper submissions should be in a short paper format. Details of the format and the URL for submission can be found at: http://www.geocomputation.org/2017/conference/submit.html The deadline for […]

AAG 2017 Call for Papers: Agents – the ‘atomic unit’ of social systems?

Call for Papers – Symposium on Human Dynamics in Smart and Connected Communities: Agents – the ‘atomic unit’ of social systems? We welcome paper submissions for our session(s) at the Association of American Geographers Annual Meeting on 5-9 April, 2017, in Boston. Session Description: By defining a social system as a collection of agents, individuals […]

ECTQG and GeoComputation 2017 – Save the dates

The School of Geography, University of Leeds, and the Leeds Institute for Data Analytics (LIDA), are pleased to host the following two conference in September 2017: GeoComputation Dates: 4th-7th September 2017 Conference location: University of Leeds, UK More information: http://www.geocomputation.org/2017/conference/   The European Colloquium on Theoretical and Quantitative Geography (ECTQG) Dates: 7-11 September 2017 Conference […]

Agents – the ‘atomic unit’ of social systems? (Call for papers, AAG 2017)

We welcome paper submission for our session at the Association of American Geographers Annual Meeting on 5-9 April, 2017, in Boston. Session Description: By defining a social system as a collection of agents, individuals and their behaviours/decisions become the driving force of these systems. Complex global phenomena such as collective behaviours, extensive spatial patterns, and […]

GISc Sessions at the RGS-IBG conference

The GIScience Research Group is sponsoring a number of sessions at this year’s RGS-IBG Annual Conference: Urban Analytics Wednesday Session 1 (09:00-10:40) RGS-IBG Drayson Room   Session details GeoComputation – The Next 20 Years (1) Wednesday Session 2 (11:10-12:50) RGS-IBG Drayson Room   Session details Geographical Information Science Research Group and Quantitative Methods Research Group Joint AGM […]

GIScience Research Group (GIScRG) Sponsored Sessions 2016

The GIScience Research Group (GIScRG) is sponsoring a number of sessions at the Royal Geographical Society Annual International Conference 2016, London – 30 August to 2 September 2016. Urban Analytics GeoComputation; The Next Twenty Years The City Information Nexus: Modelling The Future City Learning Gis: Establishing The Nexus Between Disciplines Methods For Assessing Resilience And […]

GIScRG: Call for Sessions, RGS-IBG Annual International Conference 2016

The Geographical Information Science Research Group (GIScRG) of the RGS-IBG would like to invite you to submit session proposals for next RGS-IBG annual international conference. The conference will take place in London at the Society from Wednesday 31 August to Friday 2 September 2016 with workshops and opening events on Tuesday 30 August. The chair […]

AAG2016 Sessions: Urban Analytics and Space-Time Crime

I’m involved in organising two sessions for the Association of American Geographers (AAG) Annual Meeting in San Francisco next February: Symposium on Human Dynamics Research: Urban Analytics http://surf.leeds.ac.uk/announce/2015/09/17/AAG2016-UrbanAnalytics.htm A deluge of new data created by people and machines is changing the way that we understand, organise and model urban spaces. New analytics are required to […]