Workshops

 

International Cartographic Conference (ICC) 2021

Pre-Conference Workshop

Geospatial Semantics and Cartography

ICC 2021 – International Cartographic Conference

A joint event of the Commissions on Geospatial Semantics with those on Spatial Data Infrastructures and Standards, Cognitive Issues in Geographic Information Visualization, and Open Source Geospatial Technologies called "Sharing Cartographic Knowledge" was held for the morning. Topics of discussion focused on multi-lingual cartographic terminology and making cartographic knowledge accessible to software developers.  

Following the joint discussions, the focus of the afternoon workshop were topics of geospatial semantics and ontology. The workshop was held in a hybrid format allowing broad participation. 

Presentations

What does it mean to be the same in the geographic space?

Alexandre Sorokine, Research and Development Staff of the GeoAI Group at Oak Ridge National Laboratory in Oak Ridge, United States of America. 

Location Index Project: Integration of social, economic and environmental data through location in Australia

Irina Bastrakova,  Principal Advisor on Metadata, Data, and Linked Data at Geoscience Australia in Canberra, Austalia.

The Pragmatic Basis of Maps

Simon Scheider, Assistant Professor in Geographic Information Science at the Department of Human Geography and Spatial Planning at Utrecht University in The Netherlands.

The Commission on Geospatial Semantics seeks suggestions for future workshop and research topics.