CALL FOR PAPERS Time in Space 2019

Time in Space 2019
Geohistorical Applications, Methods and Theories in GIScience

June 26th to 28th 2019, Pisa (Italy)

CALL FOR PAPERS (Deadlines 16 January 2019)

http://timeinspace2019.cfs.unipi.it/

The international conference “Time in Space, Geohistorical Applications, Methods and Theories in GIScience” will be held from 26th-28th June, 2019 and will take place at the Department Building located at Via P. Paoli 15, 56126 Pisa. The Congress will be organized around 6 main topics:

Scope:

The International Conference Time in Space, Geohistorical Applications, Methods and Theories in GIScience aims to create a space for dialogue between researchers. It will also address new challenges in the field of GIScience analysis and representation of historical datasets. The Conference and the Scientific Committee welcome original papers of either practical or theoretical nature, research results or applications in one of the Conference Thematic Areas. Each author can participate with one presentation. In order to guarantee neutrality and peer review evaluation of the process, all the proposals will be handled through the Conference abstract submission form: https://goo.gl/kDJmG1.

Conference Areas

  1. Historical GIScience
  2. GIScience applications for cultural heritage
  3. Historical geography, cartography and GIScience
  4. Spatial analysis of historical datasets
  5. GIScience in humanistic teaching
  6. Space–time cartographic representation
  7. Time and GIScience: epistemologies, theories and ontologies

 

All scholars, professionals and researchers and technical experts interested in the topics of the Pisa 2019 Conference are encouraged to present their papers. Authors are requested to submit abstracts using the Conference abstract submission form. For any information request please contact the scientific secretariat of the conference.

Each author can participate with one presentation. In order to guarantee neutrality and peer review evaluation of the process all the proposals (300 words) will be handled through the Conference abstract submission form.