NCG Symposium 2022
26 April 2022
On Tuesday 26 April 2022, the Netherlands Center for Geodesy and Geo-Informatics (NCG) organizes its annual NCG Symposium. You are cordially invited!
This year's symposium will be a fully physical meeting at the Hotel WICC, Lawickse Allee 9, Wageningen.
The symposium is free of charge and intended for all researchers and students of Dutch universities, academies, companies, government agencies and institutes that are active in the field of geodesy, geo-informatics and geo-information science and for professionals from the commercial and operative areas in these fields.
This invitation is directed specifically at active researchers in the field, including doctoral students and postdocs, with the aim to facilitate the exchange and discussion about research results and activities in the themes listed below. Recently graduated MSc students are also welcome to present. This year, both the Baarda Lecture and the Tienstra Research Prize are included in the plenary programme.
For your presentation, we would like to invite you to submit the title, author name and a short summary (about 5-10 lines with 1 or 2 illustrations) by 1 April 2022. For your convenience, a template can be found at the end of this document.
The contributions received will be assessed by the program committee and upon acceptance, the authors will be notified about the allocated time slot for their presentation before 15 April.
The symposium includes all active research activities in the domain of the geodesy, geo-informatics and geo-information science. We especially ask for presentations on the following themes:
- Geovisualisation and virtual reality
- Point clouds
- (Governance of) spatial data Infrastructures
- Geo-ethics/critical data studies
- Marine Geodesy
- Digital Geo twins and core spatial data
- Integrated land monitoring
- Human-space interaction
- Accuracy and uncertainty quantification
- Image analysis
- Lidar-UAV applications
- Spatial Modelling
- Location-based services
- Spatial analysis of land subsidence & sea level change
- Spatial methods for precision farming, forestry and environment
- Geo education
- Geo artificial intelligence (GeoAI)
The full program will be announced on this website.
The Board of the NCG would like to ask you to spread this announcement within your organisation and to encourage possible candidates for presentations to subscribe.
We are looking forward to welcoming you.
Dirk Dubbeling (Ambtelijk secretaris NCG)
Judith Verstegen, Antoinette Stoffers and Arnold Bregt (Local organizing committee)