The International Symposium on Environmental Software Systems was initiated in 1995 as a forum to present and discuss the fundamentals, progress and trends in this area in terms of methods, tools and state-of-the-art environmental informatics applications. Over the years, it has also evolved into an important networking opportunity for academics, environmental professionals, and other interested parties. ISESS brings together researchers and practitioners dealing with environmental challenges and trying to provide solutions using forward-looking and leading-edge IT technology.
ISESS is organised by Working Group WG5.11 Computers and Environment of the International Federation for Information Processing (IFIP).
Submissions will be peer-reviewed by the international program committee in a two-stage process. Extended abstracts of 3-4 pages will be reviewed for acceptance and must be based on the template available at the conference site. They shall be in one of the categories: I. Research paper, II. Practice paper, III. Workshop, IV. Tutorial. These categories are treated equally, but we particularly welcome high quality papers demonstrating real world implementation results. Full papers (8-10 pages) are then peer reviewed for quality. Accepted papers will be published in IFIP AICT by Springer publishers, indexed by SCOPUS and ISI.