2016 CCA Conference Call for Papers
The Local Organizing Committee along with the executives of the Canadian Remote Sensing Society and the Canadian Cartographic Association would like to invite you to the 37th Canadian Symposium on Remote Sensing and the 41st Canadian Cartographic Association Conference, to be jointly held at the Richardson College for the Environment at the University of Winnipeg, Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada, from June 7-9, 2016. This is the first open call for abstracts.
This year’s conference theme “Imagery to Map” underscores the importance the role that remote sensing plays in the generation of map content. The event will be organized to encourage presentations and discussion on the role of satellite imagery and map production can play in the analysis of our planet. The 37th CSRS will include General Sessions and Special Sessions, building on the symposium theme “Imagery to Map” that brings together different applications and technologies to showcase the role satellite imaging and map production has on the improved understanding of our environment and society.
Abstracts are invited in all areas of remote sensing and related fields, including but not limited to the following General Session Topics:
|METHODS & TECHNOLOGIES
|Agriculture, Grasslands, Rangeland
|Airborne Remote Sensing, UAVs
|Big Data, Cloud Computing
|Classification & Modeling
|Ecosystems Monitoring & Modeling
|Data Quality & Standards
|Energy, Oil & Gas
|Data Processing & Visualization
|Earth Observation Policy & Legislation
|Geophysical Remote Sensing
|GIS, GPS, Geomatics
|Forensic Remote Sensing
|Ground Penetrating Radar
|HF Coastal Radar
|Geology & Soils
|Information & Communication
|Hydrology & Freshwater
|Image Processing & Data Analysis
|Land Cover / Land Use Change
|Natural Hazards & Disasters
|Marine Microwave Radar
|Mobile Devices / Apps
|Oceans & Coasts
|MultiTemporal & Time Series
|Next Generation Systems
|Resource Development & Management
|Optical & Radar Systems
|Safety & Security
|Snow & Ice
|Sensor & Platform Technology
|Urban / Transportation
|Water & Wetlands
|Synthetic Aperture Radar
The organizing committee also encourages participants to organize special sessions. If you wish to organize a special session please contact one of the technical committee co-chairs:
Each abstract submission is to include:
- Title of abstract. List of authors with affiliation, position, and contact information for each author (title, organization, address, telephone, e-mail)
- Presenting author indicated with an asterisk (*)
- Abstract (no more than 250 words) that introduces the work, states the methods used, results obtained, and conclusions.
- Preference for Oral or Interactive Poster Presentation format.
- Proposed topic(s) from the list of General Session Topics.
All abstracts will be emailed to [email protected]. If you need to submit late please contact Chris directly.
|First Call for Papers
|Second Call for Papers
|March 18, 2016
|Abstract Submission Deadline (extended)
|April 1, 2016
|Abstract Acceptance Notifications Sent
|April 22, 2016
|Early Registration Deadline, Deadline for registration of at least one of the authors of an accepted paper to insure insertion in the symposium program.
General Conference Chair: Dr. Christopher D Storie ([email protected])
Technical Program Committee Co-Chairs:
Dr. Ed Cloutis ([email protected])
Dr. Joni Storie ([email protected])
The organizers want to finally encourage those who are planning to attend to go to the accommodations page to make their hotel arrangements soon. We did not set aside a bank of rooms dedicated to the conference this year as we have several large hotels within walking distance.We look forward to seeing you all in Winnipeg in June.
Conference Website: http://cca-acc.org/conferences/current-conference/
CARTOGRAPHICA CALL FOR PAPERS
The editorial team of Cartographica invites the participants of the Joint CRSS and CCA2016 annual conference in Winnipeg (June 7-9, 2016) to submit a full paper describing original research contribution in all aspects of Cartography including sensor driven mapping. The papers will be peer-reviewed. Accepted papers will be presented at the Conference and be published in the Fall Issue of Cartographica (Issue 51.4). In the event of sufficient submissions an entire special issue will be dedicated.
Paper submissions must be up to 6,000 words long and contain: title, abstract, author(s) name(s), affiliation(s), contact details (post, phone, fax, email), and a brief biography of author(s) (up to 100 words). Manuscripts should be emailed to Emmanuel Stefanakis [email protected] by the deadline.
Paper Submission: March 15th 2016
Notice of Acceptance: April 30th 2016
Presentation at the Conference: June 7-9, 2016
Revised-paper Submission: June 30th 2016