Topics for which contributions are sought include, but are not limited to,
- INSPIRE supporting the implementation of environment law
- INSPIRE and the integration of environmental concern in other policy areas
- INSPIRE and climate change policy
- INSPIRE in specific environmental policy areas (e.g. marine, arctic, freshwater, noise, air …)
- INSPIRE for addressing environment-related threats to health
- INSPIRE to reduce environmental risk and management of natural disasters
- INSPIRE for boosting sustainable resource-efficiency and low-carbon growth
- INSPIRE supporting urban and rural sustainability (Smart cities, Smart rural)
- INSPIRE and public participation for social equity and environmental justice
- INSPIRE for energy efficiency
- INSPIRE for innovation and growth in the private sector and economy
- INSPIRE for education and research
- INSPIRE + Open Data + Copernicus + Social and Sensor Networks = Big Data?
- Costs/Benefits and impacts of implementing INSPIRE
- INSPIRE tales from implementation
- Technologies, methods and tools required to deliver INSPIRE
- INSPIRE based apps for Innovation – Short demonstrations
- INSPIRE capacity building
- The future of INSPIRE: Governance, policy and technology
- INSPIRE Data and Service Sharing
- INSPIRE as a component of SEIS and e-Reporting
- Integrating eGovernment with INSPIRE
Guidelines for Submissions
- It is recommended that the presenting author's contact details are used when submitting the abstract to avoid miscommunication regarding the abstract submission and review process.
- All abstracts must be submitted in English
- Abstracts are limited to 400 words
- Do not include the abstract title or author information in the body of the abstract. This information will be added from the information submitted in previous steps.
- Your abstract will appear on the Conference website as submitted. Please ensure you check your data carefully before submitting.
- If you have entered a valid email address you will receive a confirmation email confirming receipt of your submission with the access details for your submission.
- Abstracts will be reviewed by the Scientific Program Committee and authors notified by 17 April 2014.
- Your abstract will appear in print as submitted. Please ensure you check your data carefully before submitting as changes or additions will not be accepted after the Call for Abstracts closes.
Special Edition of the IJSDIR
If you wish to submit a short /full paper for the special edition of the IJSDIR please also submit your short (3000 word) or long (6000-7000 word) paper via the IJSDIR site, following their guidelines. The deadline for full paper submission is the 31st May 2014.
Terms and Conditions
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- I understand that my abstract will be published, if accepted, as submitted and that no editing to grammar or spelling will be undertaken by the Organising Committee.