2021 International Cartographic Conference – call for papers
December 14–-18, 2021
Everyone will be hoping that vaccines and other measures will allow more-or-less normal international travel by the time of the conference, and the organisers have put in place measures to ensure the safety of all delegates, but in response to the current global situation it has recently been announced that ICC2021 will be a hybrid event. This will allow either in-person or remote attendance.
The call for submission of papers is available on the ICC 2021 conference website (https://www.icc2021.net/).
Details about the type and content of expected submissions is provided on the submission web page (https://www.icc2021.net/submission-guidelines/).
All active in cartography and GIScience in your country are strongly encouraged to submit papers describing their research and/or their work.
Deadlines (recently revised) full papers: 9 April 2021 abstracts: 28 May 2021
Submitted abstracts/papers will be subject to stringent peer review by at least two experts and carefully evaluated based on scientific originality, potential interest in the community, proper documentation of prior work, clarity of presentation, technical correctness, correct use of language. Accepted abstracts/papers will appear in one of the publications of ICA events, published in the ICA proceedings series at Copernicus. This series allows for three different formats:
1. Advances in Cartography and GIScience of the International Cartographic Association (Advances of the ICA) (single-blind peer review based on a full paper);
2. Proceedings of the International Cartographic Association (Proceedings of the ICA) (single-blind peer review based on submitted abstracts, developed to full paper);
3. Abstracts of the International Cartographic Association (short: Abstracts of the ICA) (single-blind peer review based on submitted abstracts; publication of abstract only).
The ICC2021 Conference topics are the following (but are not limited to):
T01. Art in Cartography
T03. Cartographic Heritage into the Digital Domain
T04. Cartography and Children
T05. Cartography for Early Warning and Crisis Management
T06. Cognition in Geovisualization
T07. Education and Continuous Learning in Cartography
T08. Generalization and Multiple Representation
T09. Artificial Intelligence in Mapping
T10. Social Sensing and Visual Analytics
T11. History of Cartography
T12. Location Based Services and Ubiquitous Mapping
T13. Map Design
T14. Map Production and Geoinformation Management
T15. Maps and Accessibility
T16. Participatory Mapping
T17. Marine Cartography
T18. Mountain Cartography
T19. Open Geospatial Data and Technologies
T20. Planetary Cartography
T21. Spatial Data Infrastructure and Standards
T22. Sensor-Driven Mapping
T23. Toponymy in Cartography
T24. Cartography and Public Health
T25. Cartography and Sustainable Development
T26. Perspectives in a New Cartographic Research Agenda
T27. Transformation of National Mapping Agencies
T28. Cartography in Digital Humanities
T29. Mapping Urban Environments
T30. Theoretical Cartography
T31. Cartography for Leisure
T32. Military Mapping
T33. Augmented and Virtual Realities in Cartography
T34. Use, User, and Usability
T35. Map Projections
T36. Cartography, Privacy, and Ethics
Other information concerning the conference will be published on the conference website as it becomes available. This information will include the outline of the conference, social events, tours, technical visits, workshops, exhibitions, and accommodation. Please check the ICC 2021 website (https://www.icc2021.net/) for updates.