Department of Botany and Plant Sciences, University of California - Riverside, USA
Professor of Geographical Analysis
Newcastle University, UK
School of Biological, Earth and Environmental Sciences - UNSW, Australia
Professor in the School of Computer Science and Director of the Centre for eResearch
The University of Auckland, NZ
Papers, extended abstracts and posters accepted
We will be running a themed session on Novel spatio-temporal modeling paradigms.
To submit a paper or abstract for this and other themed sessions to be announced, please format and submit according to the guidelines in the Call for Papers.
We only ask that authors state the themed session they are submitting to in the body of the paper or abstract.
Novel spatio-temporal modeling paradigms (PDF format, 398 KB)
Programme – 19 to 21 September 2019
To be announced.
Workshops – 18 September 2019
There will be a workshop on Spatial Data Science with Python (PySAL) running in the Queenstown Memorial Centre on 18th September. The instructor will be Prof. Sergio Rey, University of California, Riverside. Registration is with the main GeoComputation conference registration. For more details and resources to download prior to the workshop there is a github resource.
NZ Geospatial Research Conference –18 September 2019
This is the national biennial geospatial conference, which will run the day before the GeoComputation conference.
Registration discount for NZGRC if bundled with main GeoComputation conference registration.