[AISWorld] ICIS 2016, CFP - SIGGIS Workshop: Analytics, Spatial Decision Making, Big Data
dfarkas at pace.edu
Thu Sep 22 08:07:13 EDT 2016
If your data or research has a spatial component (country, state, city, or
zip), consider submitting to the SIGGIS Workshop on Analytics, Spatial
Decision Making, Big Data. Separate registration to the Pre-Conference
Workshop is possible.
LOCATIONAL ANALYTICS, SPATIAL DECISION MAKING
AND BIG DATA: RESEARCH AND TEACHING
Shannon Room, Marker Hotel
Grand Canal Square, Docklands
Sunday, December 11, 2016, 8:30am – 2:30pm
This workshop focuses on locational analytics, spatial decision-making, and
big data, starting with fundamentals and emphasizing emerging technology
topics including locational big data, 3-D modeling, space-time trend
analysis, geo-enabled smart phones, LIDAR, visualization, geo-design, and
applications. The keynote talk by a leader in GIS in Europe highlights the
emerging area of spatial analysis and decision-making in the European
context. In the afternoon part of the workshop, contributed papers will be
presented on a variety of topics in GIS in business and government.
Sponsored by AIS’s Special Interest Group in Geographic Information Systems.
ORGANIZERS AND PRESENTERS.
Brian Hilton, Claremont Graduate University
Peter Keenan, University College Dubline
Namchul Shin, Pace University
Dan Farkas, Pace University
James Pick, University of Redlands
KEYNOTE SPEAKER: Professor Zorica Nedovic-Budic, University College Dublin,
on topic of Locational Analytics and GIS to Enhance Planning by European
WORKSHOP REFEREED PROCEEDINGS TO BE AVAILABLE AT:
CONTACT FOR WORKSHOP INFORMATION:
James Pick, University of Redlands, Redlands, CA, USA
james_pick at redlands.edu
Deadline to Submit Papers: October 10, 2016.
Author notification: October 28, 2016
Final papers due: November 12, 2016
Paper length: Up to 6,000 words including references and tables.
Paper format: ICIS Conference format (see http://icis2016.aisnet.org/
call-dates/revisions/) Papers acceptances will be based on peer review.
Selected papers that are related to national development will be forwarded
to a journal, Information Technology for Development, for expedited full
Submit papers to: James_Pick at redlands.edu .
Further information is available at www.siggis.com
PROGRAM OF PRE-ICIS WORKSHOP
8:30-8:40am (James Pick)
Introduction to Workshop, Acknowledgments
8:40-9:25am (Brian Hilton)
Overview of Spatial Big Data and Analytics
9:25-9:45am (Peter Kenan)
Spatial Data and Decision Making
SCONES AND MUFFINS
9:55-10:15am (James Pick, Namchul Shin)
Research Opportunities in Location Analytics, Spatial Decision
Making, and GIS for IS/IT Researchers. Includes findings from a
new AIS-based survey on current state of research
10:15-10:40am Breakout into Discussion Groups
10:40-11:30am Keynote Talk.
Professor Zorica Nedovic-Budic, University College Dublin
Locational Analytics and GIS to Enhance Planning by European
11:45-12:55pm (Dan Farkas, Chair of Session)
Contributed Peer-Reviewed Research Papers Session (up to 8
papers in 1 or 2 tracks. Papers will be published online by
12:55-1:20pm Industry Keynote.
Michael Gould, Director of Education for Europe, Esri -
“Gis and Locational Analytics in European Universities: Growth
1:20-2:20pm Lunch at Informal Local Restaurant
(included in fee)
Dan Farkas, PhD
Seidenberg School of Computer Science and Information Systems
Pleasantville, NY, 10570 USA
Visiting Professor of Computing, Glyndwr University, Wrexham, Wales, UK
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