StatGIS 09 “GeoInformatics for Environmental Surveillance”
Location: Milos Island, Greece. George Eliopoulos Milos Conference Centre
Conference Dates: June 17-19, 2009.
– Noel Cressie, Ohio State University: Spatio-Temporal Random Effects Filtering
– Hans Wackernagel, Ecole des Mines de Paris: Data assimilation for epidemiological surveillance
– Stefano Nativi, CNR-IMAA, University of Florence: Multidisciplinary interoperability architectures, some GEOSS and GMES experiences
StatGIS is addressed to researchers in academia and research institutes, as well as practitioners and industry professionals who want to learn about recent developments in spatial statistics and their applications, and to share their experiences in these areas.
Topic A. Monitoring networks and Sensor Webs
Topic B. Service Oriented Architectures for Environmental Monitoring
Topic C. Statistics and spatial metrics for Environmental Monitoring
Topic D. Open Source tools for Environmental Web Services
Topic E. Applications and Case Studies
Topic F. Visualisation and Decision-Making
Topic G. Socio-economical benefits of Service Oriented Architectures for Environmental Monitoring