[R-sig-Geo] GeoMLA workshop and conference, 21-24 June 2016, Belgrade - 2nd Announcement
milan.kili11 at gmail.com
Thu Feb 18 17:05:07 CET 2016
In the period 21-24 June 2016, we are organizing an International
conference and a series of workshops entitled:
"GeoMLA: Geostatistics and Machine Learning Applications in Climate
and Environmental Sciences".
Location: University of Belgrade - Faculty of Civil Engineering Belgrade, Serbia
The meeting will open with three parallel workshops (21-22 June 2016):
Mikhail Kanevski: "Machine learning of geospatial data: achievements
and new trends"
Tomislav Hengl: "Automated mapping in 2D, 3D, and 2D+T using machine learning"
Milan Kilibarda: "Spatial and spatio-temporal prediction and
visualization of climate elements in R"
After the workshops we will run a two-days conference (23-24 June
2016) with several keynote speakers / leading researchers in the
prof. Dr. Mikhail Kanevski, Universite de Lausanne, Faculté des
géosciences et de l'environnement, Lausanne, Switzerland
prof. Dr. Wolfgang Wagner, Technical University of Wien, Department of
Geodesy and geoinformation
Dr. Ivana Cvijanović, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, CA USA
Dr. Ole Einar Tveito, Norwegian Meteorological Institute, Climatology
Division, Oslo Norway
Dr. Andreas Papritz, ETH Zurich, Department of Environmental Systems Science
A special issue with a selection of papers from the conference will
follow in September 2016.
April 1st 2016 - abstract submission deadline
April 15th 2016 - early registration payment deadline
The GeoMLA flyer is available at:
You may please forward it to like-minded individuals and organizations
and encourage them to participate.
On behalf of the Organizing Committee of GeoMLA,
Dr. Milan Kilibarda
University of Belgrade,
Faculty of Civil Engineering,
Department of Geodesy and Geoinformatics,
Address: Bulevar kralja Aleksandra 73 11000 Belgrade, Serbia,
Mail: kili at grf.bg.ac.rs
Web: http://www.grf.bg.ac.rs/fakultet/pro/e?nid=168 ;
http://osgl.grf.bg.ac.rs/ ; http://dailymeteo.org/
tel:+381 11 3218630
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