ECQTG 2011 : 17th European Colloquium on Quantitative and Theoretical Geography
Call For Papers
The Colloquium is concerned with recent advances in the areas of Quantitative and Theoretical Geography, and welcomes the submission of high-quality, original contributions. Presentations may describe work of methodological theoretical interest either recently completed or is in progress.
Topics of interest include without being limited to:
Applications of spatial data analysis and geostatistics
Space-time processes in regional science
Geographical flows and networks
Urban dynamics and growth
Economical geography and spatial economy
Natural resource management and risk analysis
Spatial processes related to the Renewable Energy and the Green Economy
Health geography and epidemiology
Cellular automata, multi-agent systems and cooperative phenomena
Spatial Data Visualization
Innovative and inter-disciplinary methods for spatial data
Epistemological issues in quantitative geography
In recent years we have seen papers in the areas of GIS, spatial analysis, statistical techniques, mathematical models, fractals, remote sensing, cellular automata, agent-based modelling, locational analysis, urban modelling, environment and pollution, theoretical models, cartographic issues, urban and regional development: this list is not exhaustive.
Proposals for special sessions, including named proposals among participants, are welcome.
Your abstract should be not more than 1 page in length. The collected abstracts will be available at registration.
Abstracts should be in Microsoft Word 2007 (or earlier) or Open Office Writer format. It will help considerably if your abstract is formatted according to the following guidelines:
Title: Arial Bold, 13pt, centred
Author list: Times New Roman, 12pt, left aligned
Author affiliations: Times New Roman Italic, 12pt, left aligned
Email address of corresponding author: Courier New, 11pt, left aligned
Subheadings: Times New Roman Bold, 12pt, left aligned
Abstract text: Times New Roman, 12pt, justified
References: Times New Roman, 12pt, left aligned, 0.5" (1cm) hanging indent
Illustrations: These should be kept to a minimum and pasted into the document
Keywords: choose no more than 5 keywords or phrases
Submit your abstract as an email attachment to firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you submit your abstract later than March 30th 2011, we cannot guarantee that we will be able to include you in the final Colloquium programme.
If you are a Facebook user, we have also set up a group for the Colloquium on which we will duplicate any mailings.
The official language of the Colloquium is English.