[Geowanking] Postgraduate Session at the Royal Geographical Society Annual Conference
james.cheshire at ucl.ac.uk
Fri Jan 15 03:48:27 PST 2010
Postgraduates in the fields of GIS, geography, geovisualization and social
sciences may be interested in the following call for papers:
*RGS Annual Conference 1-3rd September 2010 (www.rgs.org/AC2010):*
*Postgraduate Session: Analysing and Visualising Social
*Conveners:* James Cheshire <http://jamescheshire.co.uk/> (
james.cheshire at ucl.ac.uk) <james.cheshire at ucl.ac.uk>, Dr Muki Haklay (
m.haklay at ucl.ac.uk) <m.haklay at ucl.ac.uk>.
The data and tools that are used for analysing, visualising and
understanding social change have become increasingly accessible and
sophisticated in recent years. GIScience has been at the forefront of these
advances, developing tools, providing new visualisations and communicating
the results to wider audiences. This session seeks to attract postgraduate
researchers from all areas of GIScience, Geovisualisation and wider
geography who are concerned with monitoring and visualising social change.
Submissions are especially welcome from those researching geovisualisation,
modeling, geodemographics, migration and other aspects of social change.
Abstracts of no more than *200 words* should be submitted by *5th February.
*Please email them to either of the session convenors. I will be happy to
answer any questions you may have.
For details of additional sessions hosted by the RGS GIScience research
group at this year's RGS Annual Conference please visit giscience.org.uk.
UCL Department of Geography and
Centre for Advanced Spatial Analysis (CASA)
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