Enviroinfo envcomp 2017 : Applied Environmental Modelling – Operation and Impact (Enviroinfo 2017 workshop)
Call For Papers
Enviroinfo 2017 workshop: "Applied Environmental Modelling – Operation and Impact"
September 13/14/15, 2017
Neimënster Abbey, 28 Rue Münster, 2160 Luxembourg
Submission deadline (abstracts): 3rd July 2017
http://www.enviroinfo2017.org/ (programme, workshops & special sessions)
The proposed workshop brings together experts in green IT, IT cost assessment, environmental modelling, disaster risk assessment and global supply chain optimisation to lay the groundwork for an economic and ecologic cost-benefit analysis framework that can be used to estimate optimal investments in operational environmental modelling services. The workshop will include a mix of invited presentations and peer-reviewed papers submitted through a normal peer-review process.
The themes and focus areas of the workshop bring together and support cross-pollination between several themes of the EnviroInfo 2017 conference:
• Cross-border collaboration and issues and environmental informatics
• Environmental Modelling and Simulation
• Applications of Geographical Information Systems
• Risk Assessment and Resilience
• Software Tools and Environmental Databases
• Design, Sustainability and Green Software Engineering
Contributions should be submitted as 1-4 page extended abstracts via the conference tool (https://www.conftool.net/enviroinfo2017/), please refer to the conference author guidelines (http://www.enviroinfo2017.org/en/call-for-papers/authors-guidelines/) for different submissions options. Accepted papers will be considered for publication in a journal after the workshop. Discussions pending with FGCS.
Abstract submissions due: 3rd July 2017
Notification: 24th July 2017
Camera ready: 7th August 2017
Conference dates: 13th to 15th June 2017
Structure of the workshop
Full day workshop split into four 1.5 hour sessions.
Dieter Kranzlmüller (Leibniz-Rechenzentrum)
Volker Wolgemuth (HTW Berlin)
Matti Heikkurinen (LMU München)