Call for general papers for Geomatics Indaba 2015

February 17th, 2015, Published in Articles: PositionIT

 

Geomatics 2015 logoGeomatics Indaba 2015 is a fully inclusive geomatics sector conference, exhibition and training event, encompassing all levels of interested and relevant persons, organisations, government departments and agencies, municipalities, public and private companies, NGOs, universities and training organisations – from students to professionals; junior staff to executives, officials and leaders; in both the public and private sectors; from South Africa, Africa and abroad.

Date: 11, 12 & 13 August 2015

Venue: Emperors Palace, Jones Road, Kempton Park, Gauteng, South Africa.

Website: www.geomatics.org.za

Authors and presenters are invited to submit general papers of approximately 3000 to 4000 words for presentation at the GI 2015 conference and publishing in the conference proceedings.

General papers should be relevant to the theme, subject matter and target audience of the conference, and should aim to serve the needs of readers and conference delegates, provide appropriate solutions, and share knowledge and experience. General papers will be selected by the general papers committee of GI 2015. Abstracts for general papers must be submitted using the on-line paper submission system of the GI 2015 conference.

Presenters (i.e. one person per paper presented) may attend the conference on the day of their presentation at no cost, but if the presenter wishes to attend the full conference and hospitality functions (refreshments, lunches, cocktail party, etc.), then a reduced delegate fee of R3400 + VAT applies.

Click here for full details of the call for general papers
Click here to submit an abstract of a general paper

The deadline for abstract submissions for selection is 30 April 2015

Contact Clare van Zwieten, EE Publishers, clare.vanzwieten@ee.co.za

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