Extending Early Bird Registration

Hello All,

 

To accommodate the date we're returning the paper reviews, we've extended the early bird deadline for registration.

 

Early Bird Registration Until Jan. 6, 2019

(Coffee Breaks & Dinners included)

Students $150

Postdocs $200

Faculty and others $350

 

NOTE, NOTE, NOTE: Even if you don't register till the last minute, please book your hotel room as soon as you can. Our booking expires the following day.

 

Paper Awards!

Thank you to Canadian Science Publishers, publishers of Geomatica, for 3 best paper awards of $500, $300 and $200 (for a total of $1000). Reviewers are currently hard at work assessing the papers. These assessments will be augmented by onsite reviews of the oral presentation to give out the awards. Good luck everyone and thank you, Geomatica!

 

Deadline is TODAY

We're looking forward to your submissions to SKI Canada 2019. The deadline is today, Nov. 15. Submit your abstracts, short papers, etc. here. You don't need to log in to the SKI Canada site to submit an abstract.

 

Meet our Keynote, Steve Liang!

Our keynote for SKI 2019 is Dr. Steve Liang. Dr. Liang is a researcher, teacher, entrepreneur, and a global influencer of the Internet of Things (IoT) and geospatial technologies. He is currently an associate professor in the Department of Geomatics Engineering at the University of Calgary. Dr. Liang aims to empower any organization to grow exponentially the value of their data from multiple sensor systems. Dr. Liang is the chair of United Nation's ITU-T working group on IoT data processing and management framework and architectures (FG-DPM WG2) as well as the chair of the Open Geospatial Consortium SensorThings API standard working group. Organizations around the world are using these standards to build their IoT and geospatial applications.

Dr. Liang is also the founder of SensorUp Inc, a world-leading IoT platform company. SensorUp has some world-class clients including Lockheed Martin, Department of Homeland Security, and NASA JPL. SensorUp raised a $2M seed round in 2018 and is now growing rapidly. Dr. Liang received numerous awards, including Killam Emerging Research Leader Award, AITF-Microsoft Industry Research Chair, and Calgary's Top 40 Under 40.

Deadline EXTENDED!

The deadline for SKI submissions is extended until Thursday November 15th. We will be coordinating the peer review on November 16th so please be sure to get your submission in by the 15th.

Looking forward to receiving your short papers and abstracts!

You can now register

Registration is now OPEN. You can register by clicking on hte button to your right or by visiting the Registration page.

 

Note: you do not have become a registered user on the site to register for the conference. It's nice and you're then in the database. But it's not necessary.

 

Submission Deadline: November 1

Don't forget that the submission for abstracts and short papers is November 1.

 

The Call for Papers is in About page.

SKI 2019 is Happening

Save the Dates: Feb 21-24 for Spatial Knowledge and Information Canada 2019. Banff Park Lodge!

 

Sieber to keynote at SKI Canada

Renee Sieber is pleased to give the keynote at this year's Spatial Knowledge and Information Canada. 

Sieber works at the intersection of social theory and geospatial and other information and communications technologies. She is considered a leader in the field of participatory GIS, where she asks two questions: 1. What is the impact of technologies on public engagement in civic and environmental issues? And 2. Can non-experts meaningfully participate in complex technologies (and, of course, what constitutes ‘meaningful’)?

She’s organized numerous conferences. She created the International PPGIS conference in 2002 and co-created Spatial Knowledge and Information Canada in 2008. In September 2016, Sieber co-organized GIScience 2016, the premier conference on Geographic Information Science research.

Recently Sieber has been given CAG’s Lifetime Achievement Award in GIScience. She’s just been nominated by Mc Gill University for the Social Sciences and Humanities Council (SSHRC) Impact Award. This is in large part because Sieber is the PI of Geothink, a SSHRC partnership grant of 26 researchers and 25 partners, which investigates how the geospatial web, open data, crowdsourcing, and citizen science are shaping government and citizen interactions.

Sieber has given several keynote speeches. Most recently, she gave a keynote at the biennial GIScience 2014. And she’s excited to give the keynote at this year’s SKI Canada on "10 Things You Should Know About Engagement, Volunteerism, and Participation in Geospatial Technologies".

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