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Present your work at AGI GeoCom Annual Conference

Time is running out to take your place as a speaker at the AGI GeoCom Conference. The deadline to put yourself forward to present is 30 June 2014.AGI Geo the Big Five

This year, the annual event will be held at Chesford Grange Hotel in Warwickshire
from 11-13 November
. A revamped format in addition to the celebration of the AGI’s 25th Anniversary will ensure that this year GeoCom continues to be a must-attend event for everyone with an interest in geographic information.

There has been great representation from Scotland at previous events, with Iain Langlands being awarded Best Paper for his presentation on Glasgow’s Future City project last year. Since winning the award, Iain has been invited to speak at the GeoSpatial World Forum in Geneva in addition to boosting the profile of the work externally and internally.

Submitting your presentation idea is very straightforward, there are details here: http://www.geobig5.com/call-papers

Attending as a speaker offers a great opportunity to showcase your work, excellent networking opportunities in addition to receiving a discounted attendance rate.

The AGI Scotland Committee very much encourage Scottish members to consider presenting their work and continuing to assist us in demonstrating the range of applications of GI happening north of the border. Don’t leave it too late to submit your idea!



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