University at Buffalo, The State University of New York



The Past and Future 25 Years

August 2-4, 2017 at Buffalo, NY

Buffalo Marriott Niagara
1340 Millersport Highway Amherst, NY 14221


Organizers
  • International Association of Chinese Professionals in Geographic Information Sciences (CPGIS)

  • National Center for Geographic Information and Analysis at Buffalo (NCGIA-Buffalo)

Co-organizers
  • CPGIS Base at College of Environment and Planning, Henan University

  • Confucius Institute, University at Buffalo

  • State Key Laboratory of Resources and Environmental Information System, Institute of Geographic Sciences and Natural Resources Research, Chinese Academy of Sciences

  • NSF Spatiotemporal Innovation Center, UCSB/GMU/Harvard

  • International Society for Digital Earth

  • Ministry of Education's Key Laboratory of Poyang Lake Wetland and Watershed Research, Jiangxi Normal University

  • Office of the Vice Provost for International Education, University at Buffalo

  • State Key Laboratory of Information Engineering in Surveying, Mapping and Remote Sensing, Wuhan University


The Geoinformatics conference series was initiated by the International Association of Chinese Professionals in Geographic Information Sciences (CPGIS) in 1992. This international conference series has provided a unique forum for exchanging novel ideas and cutting-edge knowledge on geographic information sciences and technologies among GIS professionals worldwide.

This year, 2017, marks the 25th anniversary of CPGIS. NCGIA-Buffalo is proud to host this landmark event at the birth place of CPGIS to celebrate 25 years' success and pay tribute to CPGIS members.

We welcome traditional topics in GIScience and also encourage papers on new and emergent themes including: Big GeoData, GIScience of the Internet of Things, Geospatial Semantic Web, Sensor Geomatics, Geosimulation Modeling, Mobile Computing, Mobile Behavior, Complex Networks, Online Social Media, Cyber Computing, Events and Process, and Critical GIS to address societal issues, such as climate change, smart cities, precision medicine, urban mobility, crime analysis, migration, disaster, and environmental sustainability.

Topics on China are especially encouraged. These include, but not limited to, population, urban development, and environment. Papers from a wide range of disciplines related to Geographic Information Sciences are invited, including: Geography, Cognitive science, Computer science, Engineering, Information science, Social science, Urban Planning, among many others.