[Icacogvis] [CVML] Call for papers | Special Issue: "Geovisualization: Current Trends, Challenges, and Applications" | Geographies (ISSN 2673-7086)
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On Tuesday, 14 September 2021, 07:10 wrote:
> _***Apologies for possible cross-posting***_
> Dear Colleagues,
> I would like to inform you that the Special Issue "Geovisualization:
> Current Trends, Challenges, and Applications" in MDPI Geographies (ISSN
> 2673-7086) is now open to receive submission.
> Special Issue Guest Editors:
> * Dr. Vassilios Krassanakis (Department of Surveying and Geoinformatics
> Engineering, School of Engineering, University of West Attica).
> * Dr. Andriani Skopeliti (Cartography Laboratory, School of Rural,
> Surveying and Geoinformatics Engineering (SRSE), National Technical
> University of Athens).
> * Dr. Merve Keskin (Department of Geoinformatics and Cartography, Finnish
> Geospatial Research Institute (FGI), National Land Survey of Finland).
> * Dr. Pawe Cybulski (Department of Cartography and Geomatics, Faculty of
> Geographical and Geological Sciences, Adam Mickiewicz University).
> Special Issue Information:
> The process of geovisualization involves scientific techniques which are
> implemented in order to represent spatiotemporal information that describes
> geographic entities and phenomena. The application of geovisualization
> methods allows the visual exploration of geospatial data using static,
> animated, and interactive cartographic products. The majority of spatial
> analysis and geographic information system applications resulted in
> specific representations which could substantially support the
> identification of potential relationships, patterns and trends related to
> the spatial and temporal distribution of geographic data. Hence, the
> geovisualization process has become an essential part of different crucial
> research/scientific and professional domains. Undoubtedly, the immense
> availability of both open source and proprietary software tools, the
> considerable number of available sensors and devices, as well as the freely
> distributed geospatial data have contributed toward this direction.
> However, the popularity that geovisualization methods have gained implies
> several challenges and new solutions, especially considering the advent of
> the Big Data era.
> This Special Issue aims to collect innovative and high-quality research
> articles related to current trends and challenges in the field of
> geovisualization in 2D and 3D. Additionally, possible contributions could
> describe specific applications in several related domains. Comprehensive
> and systematic literature review articles in the field are also welcome.
> More specifically, potential topics include (but are not limited to) the
> * New geovisualization design methods;
> * Geovisualization variables and principles;
> * Evaluation and/or comparison of different geovisualization methods;
> * New geovisualization software tools;
> * Theoretical and experimental studies in geovisualization;
> * Geovisualization and Big Data;
> * Geovisualization and VR/AR applications;
> * Geovisualization in local, mobile, and web environments;
> * Printed and digital map collections;
> * Geovisualization applications in different fields (e.g., spatial
> analysis and planning, environment, climate change, hydrology, geology,
> history, education, archaeology, epidemiology, biology);
> Comprehensive and systematic literature reviews on any of the
> aforementioned topics.
> Deadline for manuscript submissions: 30 September 2022.
> For more information about the submission process and the article
> processing charges, please visit the Special Issue website:
> Please do not hesitate to contact us if you have any questions.
> We look forward to your contributions.
> Kind regards,
> Guest Editors
> Dr. Vassilios Krassanakis
> Assistant Professor
> University of West Attica, Department of Surveying and Geoinformatics
> Campus Egaleo Park, Ag. Spyridonos Str., 12243 Egaleo (Athens), Greece
> Personal webpage 
>  https://sites.google.com/site/vassilioskrassanakis
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