This year the Society of Cartographers and the British Cartographic Society conference will be a joint event. It is to be held at the Radisson Park Inn (in York) on the 8th, 9th & 10th of September. The call for contributions is now open for the joint conference, ‘Mapping Together’. Submissions are invited for both papers within the main conference sessions and workshops during the breakout sessions.
Whilst not specifically an ICA or Neocartography event, there will be a neocartography theme as part of it. There is still time to submit an abstract (and get a free day conf attendance if succesfull) http://www.soc.org.uk/socbcs2015/.
The 11th International Symposium on Location Based Services will be held in Vienna, Austria, 26–28 November 2014.
Several ICA commissions – including Neocartography – will be involved in the event with themed sessions. We are therefore inviting submissions in the field of neocartography and location-based services.
Details can be found in the Call for Papers. Deadline for full papers and work in progress is May 15, 2014. When using EasyChair please make sure to check the “Neocartography” category.
Details of the conference can be found on lbs2014.org. We hope to see you in Vienna!
CALL FOR PAPERS:
The 50th Society of Cartographers conference takes place from 31 Aug-2 Sept 2014 at the University of Glasgow. The afternoon session on Tuesday 2 Sept is to be a joint one, with the ICA Commission in Neocartography [http://neocartography.icaci.org/] joining with the SoC for the occasion. This will be a great opportunity for neocartographers and traditional practitioners to meet and discuss their interests.
If you would like to offer a presentation as part of the programme at this event, please email a title and a 200 word abstract to firstname.lastname@example.org by Fri March 14th. The major themes of the session are:
• Innovation in proprietary online mapping systems
• Innovation with open source mapping services
• Interesting map designs in the new milleau
• Designing maps for mobile devices
• Mapping from social media and crowdsourced data
The SoC programme committee will review proposals, and decisions relayed to all who have submitted by Fri 11 April.