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IAMG 2005 - Call for Papers

The 2005 Annual Conference of the International Association for Mathematical Geology (IAMG) meets August 21-26, 2005, in Toronto, Canada. A session is being convened on "E-geoscience" that might be of interest to you. The session is intended to broadly encompass recent developments including the application of cyber-technology to geoscience, and related topics such as formal geoscience reasoning. See below for more details.

Abstracts are to be submitted electronically until Jan. 31, 2005, and camera-ready papers (up to 6 pages) are due May 31, 2005. For submission details see http://www.iamgconference.com/abstract05.htm.

Please circulate this notice to any potential participants.

Best wishes for the New Year,

Boyan Brodaric and Mark Gahegan

Title: "E-geoscience: cyber-infrastructure to support geoscience activities"

Chairs: Boyan Brodaric (GSC), Mark Gahegan (Penn State)

Abstract: This session considers theoretical, methodological and application developments in the use of cyber-technology for geoscience activities. It welcomes submissions concerning all related aspects, including geosience grids and supercomputing; database interoperability; ontologies, data models and interchange formats; geoscience semantics and pragmatics; geoscience web portals and collaboratories; geoscience cognition and reasoning for e-geoscience.

-- BoyanBrodaric - 21 Jan 2005
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