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Wednesday, March 04, 2009

GIS4EU Workshop in Hungary

From our daily mail. Just received via the Hungarian GIS4EU point of contact Mr. Pál Lévai of FÖMI:
"Dear colleagues
Please find below the second Call for Abstract for the "Toward Inspire International Workshop",
Please be so kind and distribute this call in your professional environment.
Many thanks and best regards from
GIS4EU Project Coordinator
Dr. Stefania De Zorzi"

INVITATION AND CALL FOR PAPERS

"Towards INSPIRE" International Workshop 18-19 March 2009 - Szekesfehervar, Hungary University of West Hungary Faculty of Geoinformatics, Building "B"
www.inspire.gis4eu.eu
in conjunction with
GIS Open 2009 18-19 March 2009 - Szekesfehervar, Hungary
Faculty of Geoinformatics University of West Hungary, Main Building
www.geo.info.hu/gisopen/gisopen2009

Workshop Description

The workshop is a paramount opportunity for GIS experts, coming from research institutions, industry and administrations to meet and exchange information and experiences. The main focus of the event is to analyse the INSPIRE Directive (Infrastructure for Spatial Information in Europe) from a technical point of view and present the results of the recent EU projects in this field.
In particular the program of the workshop aims to share information on issues related to international data models and analyse the INSPIRE Directive as a legislative and methodological framework for all EU Member States.
GIS experts from academia, government, research organisations and industry are welcome to submit the abstracts of their latest work for oral presentation at the workshop.

Themes
The program committee welcomes papers in all areas of INSPIRE theme and we particularly encourage contributions in
# INSPIRE testing and application;
# Instruments and tools for data modelling versus INSPIRE model;
# Geospatial Web Services - services and geodata sharing by the web
# Multilanguage aspects on geodatabase
# Impact of SDI on Europe - experiences with current spatial data infrastructures at local, regional, national level under the Inspire directive
# Cost-benefit assessment for INSPIRE implementation

Authors' guidelines
Authors are required to submit their abstracts by e-mail within 5th March 2009.
Submission of an abstract is mandatory for submitting a paper.
See more detailed instructions
Oral Presentation and Proceedings
After notification of accepted abstracts, each author is required to prepare:
Oral presentation: each author has 15 minutes of presentation including discussion and is supported by slides and Power Point presentation (in any case the duration of the presentation depends on the number of papers).
All presentations will be uploaded during the Congress with a USB Key or a CD-Rom.
Papers: the oral presentation is mandatory for the publication of paper in the Proceedings of "Towards INSPIRE International Workshop".
Authors are invited to submit their full papers in a Word file, no later than 30 April 2009
See more detailed instructions
Further information
For further information or questions please send an e-mail to:
* De Zorzi Stefania (CORILA, Italy) dezorzi@corila.it
* Levai Pal (FOMI) levai.pal@fomi.hu
* M* Taupert Szilvia (University of West Hungary) tsz@geo.info.hu
Key dates
* Abstract submission deadline: NEW 05/03/2009
* Notification of accepted abstracts deadline: 06/03/2009
* Registration deadline: 06/03/2009
* Camera-ready final papers deadline: 30/04/2009
Kiállítási lehetőségre vonatkozó legújabb, mai információ:
http://www.inspire.gis4eu.eu/sponsors.asp
Ugyanezen a honlapon találhatóak a kapcsolatos egyébb hírek és információk.


HUNAGI is the National GI Association having over one hundred members.
For more information on Geospatial Hungary please visit
http:// www.hunagi.hu and its linked interactive blogsites devoted to GI, SDI technologies and services e.g. http://hunagi8.blogspot.com or
http://unsdihu.blogspot.com

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