The 5th IEEE International
Conference on Data Science
and Advanced Analytics

1–4 October 2018
Turin — Italy

EnGeoData'2018: Environmental and Geo-spatial Data Analytics

Chairs

Diana Inkpen
Unversity of Ottawa,
Canada

Mathieu Roche
Cirad, TETIS,
France

Maguelonne Teisseire
Irstea, TETIS,
France

Aims and Scope

Environmental and more generally geo-spatial information is now provided by crowdsourcing but also by public administrations in the context of the open data policies. Analyses of such data are still challenging. Firstly because of their heterogeneity (structural, semantic, spatial and temporal), and secondly because of the difficulty in choosing the “best” knowledge discovery process to apply, according to the needs of the experts in the field. This special issue aims to provide high quality research covering all or part of the challenges mentioned above, from a theoretical or experimental point of view.

Challenge about data science deals with creation, storage, search, sharing, modeling, analysis, and visualization of data, information, and knowledge. In Data Science context, spatio-temporal aspects are crucial in order to manage and mine data, to index and retrieve information, and finally to discover and visualize knowledge. By taking into account these spatio-temporal aspects, original methods have to be proposed for processing real and complex data from different domains, e.g., environment, agriculture, health, urban, and so forth.

Topics of Interest

  • Pre and post processing of environmental and agriculture data
  • Geographical information retrieval
  • Spatial data mining and spatial data warehousing
  • Knowledge discovery use-cases dedicated to environmental data
  • Spatial text mining
  • Spatial ontology
  • Spatial recommendations and personalization
  • Visual analytics for geospatial data
  • Dedicated applications:
  • Spatio-temporal analytics platform
  • Agricultural Decision Support Systems
  • Urban traffic systems
  • Trajectory analysis
  • Land-use and urban policies
  • Land-use and urban planning analysis
  • Spatio-temporal analysis in Ecology and Agriculture
  • And so forth

Contact Persons

Diana Inkpen – diana@site.uottawa.ca
Mathieu Roche – mroche@cirad.fr
Maguelonne Teisseire – maguelonne.teisseire@irstea.fr

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