Conference Information
GEOProcessing 2023: International Conference on Advanced Geographic Information Systems, Applications, and Services
Submission Date:
2023-02-01 Extended
Notification Date:
Conference Date:
Venice, Italy
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Call For Papers
Geographical sensors and satellites provide a huge volume of spatial data which is available on the Web. Making use of Web Services, the users are able for provisioning and using these services instead of only for document searching. These services are published in a directory and may be automatically discovered in a given context by software agents. Accessing large digital geographical libraries with geo-spatial information raises some challenges with respect to data semantics, interfaces, data accuracy and updates, distributed processing, as well as with discovery, indexing and integration of geographical information systems; this raise the issue of distributed catalogs forming a federation of spatial databases. Some spatial data infrastructures use service-oriented architecture for accessing these large databases via Web Services.

The goal of the International Conference on Advanced Geographic Information Systems, Applications, and Services, GEOProcessing 2023, is to bring together researchers from the academia and practitioners from the industry in order to address fundamentals of advances in geographic information systems and the new applications related to them using the Web Services. Such systems can be used for assessment, modeling and prognosis of emergencies. As an example, it can be used for assessment of accidents from chemical pollution by considering hazardous chemical zones dimensions represented on a computer map of the region's territory.

The conference will provide a forum where researchers shall be able to present recent research results and new research problems and directions related to them. The conference seeks contributions presenting novel research in all aspects of techniques and technologies applied to geographic information systems and Web Services.

We solicit both academic, research, and industrial contributions. We welcome technical papers presenting research and practical results, position papers addressing the pros and cons of specific proposals, such as those being discussed in the standard fora or in industry consortia, survey papers addressing the key problems and solutions on any of the above topics short papers on work in progress, and panel proposals.

Industrial presentations are not subject to the format and content constraints of regular submissions. We expect short and long presentations that express industrial position and status.

Tutorials on specific related topics and panels on challenging areas are encouraged.

The topics suggested by the conference can be discussed in term of concepts, state of the art, research, standards, implementations, running experiments, applications, and industrial case studies. Authors are invited to submit complete unpublished papers, which are not under review in any other conference or journal in the following, but not limited to, topic areas.

All topics and submission formats are open to both research and industry contributions.

GEOProcessing 2023 conference tracks:

Geo-spatial fundamentals

Fundamentals of geo-information; New trends in GIS technologies and research; Techniques for geographical representation; Integrated architectures for geo-spatial information; Geo-spatial data in net-centric environment; Geo-spatial technology; Discovery, indexing and integration of geographical information systems; Geo-processing of distributed data; Geo-information processing; Use of computational geometry for GIS problems; Virtual globes and their application to scientific research; Spatial decision support systems

Trends in Geo-cognition

Cognitive geo-spatal images; Real 3D and Pseudo -3D cartographic visualization; Geographic cognitive models for cyberspace; Spatial pattern cognition; Tactile maps and graphics; Spatio-textual similarity; Toponym disambiguation; Geo-spatial intelligence and open source data; Distributed convoy pattern mining; Activity recognition of passengers (bus, airlines, railway, taxi, etc.); Fusing data from smart phones; Collaborative navigation; Visual perception in landscapes; Pedestrian mobility behavior patterns; Business news spatio-temporal data; Geo-social co-location mining; Spatial drift analysis; Processing cascading information; Web 2.0 Geo-search

Trends on Big Geo-Data

Public Geospatial information; Visualizations of movement data; Storage and Indexing spatial big data; Geospatial Big Data analytics; MapReduce for spatial data; Geographical hotspots; Large-scale geospatial data; Global-scale Earth data in Cloud; Detecting geo-anomalies; Geosocial data; Historical maps and big data; Big data and satellite imagery; Graph-based tractography; Web-based mapping; Geotagged Twitter data; Twitter hashtag discovery; Geo-sensor networks; Geospatial data semantic catalogue; Processing large spatial queries

Trends of Urban-Geo

Interactive maps; Cartographic rules and geographic features; Audio enhanced map animation; Map legibility and automated cartography; Spatial decisions and urban planners; Maps and demographic uncertainty for demographic; Emotional maps and Smart Cities decisions; End-User centered flood evacuation maps; Noise maps; Avalanche hazard maps; Location data and privacy; Scientific terrain visualization; Vehicular spatio-temporal computing; Urban spatial crowdsourcing; Personal driving preferences map; Street networks semantics; Self-similarity in urban traffic systems; Optimizing public and private transportation maps; Traffic and road sensor data; Interactive facility maps (gas stations, electric vehicular points, banks, etc.); Time-depended routing maps (emergency, ambulance, fire-stations, etc.); CO2 emissions maps; Visible landmarks; Connected cell towers maps; Public transport assistance

Geo-spatial Web Services

Geo-spatial Web Services and applications; Geo-spatial Web Services and simulation and modeling; Geo-spatial Web Services and sensors; Geo-spatial Web Services and interoperability; Geo-spatial Web Services and processing; Geo-spatial Web Servcies and spatial analysis; Geo-spatial Web Services and society; Geo-spatial Web Services and information retrieval; Geo-spatial Web Services and human computer interaction; Geo-spatial Web Services and mobility

Assessment of Spatial Data Quality

Assessing Quality of Volunteered Geographic Information; Frameworks and automated methods to assess spatial data quality; Assessing spatial data fitness for use; Development of new indicators of spatial data quality; Spatial data quality communication and visualization.


Wireless and mobile GIS; Integration of remote sensing, GIS and GPS; Statistics and application models of spatial data; GIS for the environment and health; Satellite positioning technology and LBS; Urban GIS and its applications; Theories and algorithms in GIS; Government and public GIS

Geo-spatial simulation and visualization

2D and 3D information visualization; Distributed simulations and sensor webs; Simulation modeling dynamic geo processes; Exploratory spatial data analysis; Fine-grained, terrestrial monitoring platforms; Geo-visualization and geo-visual analytics; Visualization of geospatial uncertainty; Representation and visualization of geospatial data


Standards and geo-spatial metadata; Novel geo-spatial data processing and management mechanisms; Spatio-temporal data modeling and reasoning; 3D modeling and GIS; Modeling and analysis of terrains; Modeling uncertainty in geo-spatial information; Spatial and spatio-temporal statistics; Geo-spatial and spatio-temporal data mining; Virtual modeling of large geographic areas; Time-geography modeling; Geospatial data analytics

Digital cartography data

Digital geographical libraries; Exploratory cartography and interfaces; Digital cartography; Automated mapping and map generalization; Cartographic theory and applications; Data models in cartography; Geographical search engines

Earth Geo-observation

Climate change and the global environment; Data systems for the future Earth observation satellites; Calibration and validation of remotely sensed data; Earth observation sensor networks and applications; Earth observation technology and systems


Acquisition and processing of remotely sensed data; Information extraction from remotely sensed data; Data mining across sensor; Intelligent sensors/sensor fusion; Co-operative sensing and organization; Sensor information management systems; Spatio-temporal sensor data mining; Sensor networks and interaction with actuators; Geo-sensor specialized networks (e.g. disaster management, early warning systems, environmental monitoring)

Specific geo-data processing

Seismic data processing (stacking, migration, post-processing, interpretation); Tomography (algorithms, methods); Electromagnetic sounding; Near surface methods (archaeology, urban and environmental planning); Combined geophysical methods (gravimetry, magnetics, borehole methods); Seismology and planetology; Geo-natural data on phenomena (hurricane, winds, flooding, etc.); Underground geo-reserves, natural resources, exploration (gas, oil, metals, etc.); Natural geo-evolution and morphology (glaciers, oceanic streams, etc.); Geo-marine life; Geology and earth system simulation and modelling

Geo-spatial domain applications

Geospatial Technologies for Disaster Management;Geology and hydrogeology geographical data; Standardization of geodata and geoservices; Environment and land surveying; Oceanographic geo-information; Natural resource information systems; Remote sensing geospatial data collection; Geo-spatial data and vehicular technologies; Geology and Hydrology applications; Location-based services; Environmental monitoring; Special applications: 3D cadastre, traffic management, etc.

Managing geo-spatial data

Managing uncertainty in spatial information; Automatic mapping (possibly web-based ...); Digital elevation/shape modeling; Web-based visualization of statistical data within a geographic framework; Tools and links between GIS and statistical software packages; Business mapping (spatial analysis for business processes as customer segmentation, churn analysis, etc.); Wireless sensor networks for spatial applications; Errors and their measurement in spatial data
Last updated by Dou Sun in 2023-01-24
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