Spatial Accuracy 2018

Spatial Accuracy Assessment

in Natural Resources and Environmental Sciences

Beijing, China
21-25 May 2018
Welcome to the 13th International Symposium of Spatial Accuracy!
 
The aim of the  Symposium is to bring together experts from environmental sciences, natural resources, spatial statistics, remote sensing and geographic information science, developing theory and methods for assessing and understanding spatial accuracy and spatial uncertainty in mapping, monitoring systems and spatial simulation of spatial modeling and analysis.
   New! The group photo of symposium is available now!
   New! The group photo of workshop is available now!

Proposed Time Schedule

 December 15, 2017
December 15, 2017
February 28, 2018
March 1, 2018
March 20, 2018
March 20, 2018
May 1, 2018 
Workshop proposal submission deadline
Abstract submission system on-line
Abstract deadline
 
Registration opens
 
Extended abstract deadline
Abstract acceptance inform
Author registration deadline 
 

Call For Papers

Oral and poster abstract submissions are now invited on the conference topics below:
  •    Uncertainty analysis in big data handling
  •    Spatial and spatial-temporal uncertainty modelling
  •    Uncertainty in scaling 
  •    Spatial and spatial-temporal sampling design
  •    Spatial and spatial-temporal uncertainty visualization
  •    Design- and model-based approaches in spatial accuracy
  •    Dealing with uncertainty in decision making
  •    Stochastic spatial simulation
  •    Propagation of uncertainty
  •    Incorporating uncertainty in spatial decision making
  •   Model validation with imperfect ground truth data
  •   Handling positional uncertainty in geosensor networks and movement data
  •   Open source software developments for spatial uncertainty analysis
  •   Handling uncertainty in volunteered geographic information
  •   Quantifying spatial uncertainty using machine-learning approaches
  •   Applications of uncertainty analysis in Earth and environmental sciences
  •   The validation of remote sensing products​
These topics are non-exclusive and set no limits for potential contributors. 

Organizers

Co-organizers