- 26/12/2022: The deadline of paper submission to ICEOGI 2023 has been extended to 30 January 2023
- 09/11/2022: Submissions to ICEOGI 2023 will be managed through Microsoft CMT.
- 07/11/2022: ASAL and TINMAC have joined the list of exhibitors at ICEOGI 2023.
- 12/09/2022: Inclusion of ICEOGI 2023 proceedings in IEEE Xplore® has been approved. ICEOGI 2023 appears now on the IEEE Conference Search or at this direct link.
ICEOGI 2023 is an international conference for the exchange of experience and knowledge among researchers and developers concerned with Earth Observation (EO) and Geospatial Information (GI) technologies and applications. It also offers an interdisciplinary forum for researchers and practitioners to present and discuss the most recent innovations, trends, and concerns as well as practical challenges and adopted solutions in the fields of EO and GI.
The idea of ICEOGI 2023 stems from the ongoing collaboration and exchange of experience held within the context of the SEED4NA project, where two algerian academic institutions are involved, The University of Science and Technology Houari Boumediene (USTHB) and The University of Oran 1 Ahmed Ben Bella (UORAN1).
SEED4NA is an Erasmus+ CBHE (Capacity Building in Higher Education) project bringing together several universities and research centers in Europe and North-Africa to develop knowledge, skills and expertise in the fields of EO and GI.
The first edition of ICEOGI is co-organized by the Laboratory LTIR (Laboratoire du Traitement d’Images et Rayonnement/Laboratory of Image Processing and Radiation) of the Faculty of Electrical Engineering of USTHB and the Laboratory LITIO (Laboratoire d’Informatique et des Technologies d’Information d’Oran/Laboratory of Information Technology and Computer Science of Oran) of the Faculty of Exact and Applied Sciences of UORAN1. It will take place in Algiers, Algeria, May 22-24, 2023.
Topics of Interest
ICEOGI 2023 is soliciting high quality technical papers addressing research challenges related to the the theory, concepts, and engineering in the areas of earth observation, remote sensing, geomatics and geospatial data. Papers should present original work validated via analysis, experimental study or simulation. Studies on policy, strategy and legal aspects of geospatial data are also welcome.
Submissions are solicited in, but not limited to, the following topics organized into two principal axes:
|Axis A: Theory, Concepts and Techniques|
|Spatial Data Infrastructure (SDI)||SDI Case Studies||Data Harmonization and Standardization Efforts|
|Development and Assessment of SDI||Geographic Information Systems (GIS)||Applications of Machine Learning in EO/GI|
|Space Geodesy||Big Spatial Data||Open Data Cubes|
|Spectral and Spatial EO/GI Modelling||EO Data Fusion||UAV Image Processing|
|Multisource Classification||Hyperspectral Data||Analysis and Modelling of Spatio-Temporal EO Data|
|Interferometry and Polarimetry SAR (PolInSar)||Policies, Strategies, Legal Aspects, and Financing of SDIs and Geospatial Data||Training and Education|
|Axis B: Applications|
|Sustainable Development and Climate Change||Assessment and Mapping of Solar Fields||Modelling of Meteorological Events|
|Water and Natural Resources Monitoring||Irrigation Monitoring and Water Balance Estimation||Agricultural Monitoring and Crop Yields Forecast|
|Mitigation of Agricultural Scourges||Mitigation of Marine Biological Invasions||Mapping of Coastal Areas|
|Mapping of Geological Surfaces||Urban Planning||Desertification and Drought|
|Land Use and Land Cover Change (LULCC)||Monitoring of Ecosystems||Mineral Exploration|
|Oilfield Assessment and Surface Deformation||Archaeology, Preservation and Restoration of Historic Sites||Natural Hazard Risk Prevention and Monitoring|