AGILE 2024

The Association of Geographic Information Laboratories in Europe (AGILE) has held annual conferences focused on Geographic Information Science since 1998. The next AGILE 2024 conference will be held in Glasgow, UK, on 4-7 June 2024.

The conference theme “Geographic Information Science for a Sustainable Future” aims to explore the critical role of geographic information science in shaping a sustainable future. Geographic information science is crucial in understanding and managing the complex relationships between the environment, society, and the economy. The theme recognizes the power of spatial data and analysis in informing decision-making processes and promoting sustainable practices across various sectors. 

As in previous years, the call for papers has a full paper (published in the AGILE: GIScience Series of Copernicus Publishers), a short paper (published in the same publisher) and a poster paper track ready for the Conference. The 27th AGILE Conference will have oral presentation sessions, at least three keynote sessions, a poster session, a best paper and a best poster session, as well as pre-conference workshops. The details about the sessions and events will be described on the conference website in due time.

We cordially invite researchers, scholars, practitioners, and professionals in all facets of Geo-Information Science and Technology and their applications to the conference, to present ongoing research, showcase products, network with colleagues from Europe and the rest of the world, and find out about the latest developments in the field. We encourage submissions that encompass innovative research, practical applications, and theoretical contributions in line with the conference theme. 

AGILE 2024 following previous years' practice will further support reproducibility on submitted manuscripts. In addition, all accepted submissions will be published as Open Access articles to gain further visibility.

 


Organizers

 Glasgow logo  9722 UBDC logo 1    

  

Sponsors

ESRI logo 9722 UBDC logo 1 ESRI UK

 

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