1ST WORKSHOP IN SPATIAL INTELLIGENCE

Mérida, Yucatán, México

November 7, 2019

The best papers are selected to be included in CCIS Series in Springer 


Paper Submission: 3th, 2019 (Midnight PT)
           Deadline extension: June 12th, 2019 (Midnight PT)

Acceptance Notification: July 25, 2019

Camera ready: August 15, 2019

The GIS LATAM GROUP IS PLEASED TO ANNOUNCE

THE FIRST WORKSHOP IN SPATIAL INTELLIGENCE

GIS LATAM is formed by a group of researchers, professors, industrial and students that understanding the importance of the geospatial revolution, and it is an initial strategic plan. This year, we are organizing an inaugural GIS workshop as part of the agenda of WITCOM 2019. 








KEYNOTE SPEAKERS

Speaker

Dana Tomlin, Ph.D.

University of Pennsylvania, and Yale University

"Black, White, and Other Shades of Grey"

Speaker

Miriam Olivares, M.S., GISP

Yale University

“The Geospatial Advantage in Higher-Education: Exploring the Power of GIS Support Services”

Speaker

Zenon Medina-Cetina, Ph.D.

Texas A&M University

"Risk Assessment & Management of Spatio-Temporal Processes..."

Speaker

Hugo E. Lazcano-Hernández, Ph.D.

ERIS Chetumal

"Sargassum Detection along the Coastline of the Mexican Caribbean"

Speaker

Charlotte Smith, Ph.D.

University of California, Berkeley

"Using Mobile-Apps for Collecting Water-related Data"

Speaker

Javier Arellano-Verdejo. Ph.D.

ERIS Chetumal

"Sargassum Detection along the Coastline of the Mexican Caribbean"

Speaker

Sirisha Karamchedu

ESRI

"Advancing and strengthening geospatial literacy through Learn ArcGIS"

Speaker

Alfredo Jalife-Rahme, Ph.D.

UNAM

"Geopolítica e Inteligencia Artificial: ¿Porqué no hay un Silicon Valley Mexicano?"

Speaker

Diana Gabriela Castro Frontana, M.S.

ENCB-IPN

"APP GEOESPACIALES PARA EL ÁREA DE MEDIO AMBIENTE"

Speaker

Riley Peake

ESRI

"Advancing and strengthening geospatial literacy through Learn ArcGIS"

Speaker

Marisol Ugalde Monzalvo, Ph.D.

ITESM

"Panel Mujeres en STEM"

Speaker

Luisa Kregel, M.S.

UCI-Mexico

"Panel Mujeres en STEM"

Speaker

Bertha Mar Morales, M.S.

UNAM

"Investigación en el Centro de ciencias de la Atmósfera de la UNAM"

Submissions

Paper Submission: 3th, 2019 (Midnight PT)
Deadline extension: June 12th, 2019 (Midnight PT)

Acceptance Notification: July 25, 2019

Camera ready: August 15, 2019

CONTEST

SHOWROOM DEMOS y PROTOTIPOS

Miércoles 6 de Noviembre de 2019 de 10 a 13 horas

¿Eres actualmente estudiante de licenciatura o posgrado ?

Bedu, GravoMaster, Alldatum , Lion Grouo, Palo Alto Networks, ANTACOM y WITCOM convocan a participar en el ShowRoom de WITCOM 2019

Bases:

-Participan estudiantes inscritos en el semestre, cuatrimestre o año escolar actual.

¿Tienes un proyecto o prototipo de software, hardware, proyecto de materia , tesis en progreso, etc. ?

Inscríbete y participa en el ShowRoom usando recursos como vídeo, poster impreso ( 90 x 60 cm) o el prototipo funcionando.

Modalidades:

  • Prototipo de Hardware o de Software

  • Proyecto de materia

  • Tesis o Proyecto terminal en progreso o finalizado

  • Proyecto de Materia

Los trabajos serán evaluados por un comité de evaluadores de WITCOM 2019.

Considerando: originalidad, complejidad, presentación, utilidad, explicacion y demostración de funcionamiento.

Se otorga a todos los concursantes inscritos : Diploma con validez oficial emitido por el IPN por la participación

  • Primer Lugar: Un SmartWatch

  • Segundo lugar: Curso de Desarrollo Web o UX/UI por Bedu.org ( en CDMX)

  • Tercer Lugar: Un Gadget

Cuota de recuperacion : 100 pesos

Lugar : Universidad Politécnica de Yucatán

Horario de 10:00 a 13 horas

Entrega de premios: Viernes 8 de Noviembre de 2019 a las 14 horas

Cualquier situación no prevista en esta convocatoria, será resuelta por el comite evaluador.

Registrate en : https://witcom.samani.mx/witcom

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Conference attendant (WITHOUT digital certificate)

Free

Registration for authors of accepted papers to be published in Springer CCIS Serie

Organizers

Chairs

  • Miriam Olivares, USA & México, Co-Chair
  • Miguel Félix Mata, México, Regional Chair

    Local Steering Committee

  • Roberto Zagal , Mexico
  • Luis Manuel Vilches, México
  • Alejandro Molina, México

Program Committee

  • Christophe Claramunt , Ecole Navale, France

    Andrea Ballatore, University of London, UK

    Carlos Di Bella, INTA, Argentina

    Christopher Jones, Cardiff University, UK

    Diana Castro, ENCB-IPN, México

    Didier Leibovici, University of Nottingham, UK

    Farid Karimipour, University of Tehran, Iran

    Felipe O. Tapia Silva, UAM, México

    Gavin MacArdle, University College, Dublin, Ireland

    Georg Gartner, TU Vienna, Austria

    Giovanni Guzman Lugo, PIIG-LAB, México

    Gloria Faus Landeros, ITESM-Campus Guadalajara, México

    Hassan Karimi, University of Pittsburgh,US

    Hugo Barrera, UNAM , México

    Hugo Lazcano, Ecosur , México

    Hind Taud, CIDETEC-IPN, México

    Ki-Joune Li, Pusan University, South-Korea

    Kyoung-Sook Kim,AIST, Japan

    Manuel Enrique Puebla Martínez , Universidad Ciencias, Cuba

    María Elena Torres Olave, UACJ, México

    Mauro Gaio, LIUPPA - UFR S&T de PAU (UPPA), France

    Mohamed Sarwat, Arizona State University

    Roberto Zagal, ESCOM - IPN

    Sergio Ilarri, University of Zaragoza, Spain

    Shoko Wakamiya, Kyoto Sangyo University, Japan

    Willington Siabato, Universidad Nacional, Bogota, Colombia

    Xiang Li, East Normal China University, Shanghai, China


Hotel : IBIS MERIDA

Calle 58 A 495, Mérida, México
Tel:+529992543800


VENUE : UNIVERSIDAD POLITÉCNICA DE YUCATAN

Location: Mérida, Yucatán , México.

Merida is well known as The White City, The peace of this city, the beauty of its streets, makes it a place of elegance and contrast with its colonial houses, its Mayan ruins, and its architecture; It also has an exquisite gastronomic heritage that will take over your taste. Its Plaza Mayor is a vibrant meeting place where locals enjoy traditional drinks, such as champola or sorbet. Its live music and its cultural extravagance made Lonely Planet name it the American capital of culture in 2017.


location

TOURISM

Mérida is heavenly architecture and overall is colonial gems

Since the Spanish conquest, Mérida has been the cultural capital of the entire Yucatán Peninsula. A delightful blend of provincial and cosmopolitan, it is a town steeped in colonial history. It's a great place to explore, with narrow streets, broad central plazas, and the region's best museums. It's also a perfect place from which to kick off and adventure into the rest of Yucatán state. It has excellent cuisine and accommodations, thriving markets, and events happening just about every night Some unmissable points are the following:


Uxmal (nearest archaeological complex)
The museum of mayan chocolate story (at Uxmal).
Kimbala (a rural town in Merida dedicated to making clothes based on the traditional Yucatan embroidery).
Puerto Progreso (beach).
Chichen Itzá (archaeological complex).



Hotel & Restaurant

RESTAURANT & DRINKS

La Terraza Amarilla de San Fernando / MEXICAN
Apoala / MEXICAN
Oliva Enoteca / ITALIAN
Ku'uk / INTERNATIONAL
Pola / ICE CREAM
Mercado Municipal Lucas de Gálvez / MARKET
Wayan'e / TACOS
Manjar Blanco (MEXICAN)
La Chaya Maya (MEXICAN)




GIS LATAM GROUP

The purpose of the group is to bring together specialists and interested in the GIS area in Latin America mainly, to have an annual event to present works and advances related to geographic information systems, both from research communities and industry and government. Also, participate and define collaborative programs in conjunction with universities, government entities, and industry. In addition, have meetings and discussion groups to collaborate on issues such as projects, theses and stays in several institutions, participation in the call, funding and other support modalities. For example, this year organizes this initiative through the Space Intelligence Workshop, where we contact speakers from various institutions.

Sincerely, founders:
Miriam Olivares
Miguel Felix-Mata
Roberto Zagal-Flores



MEMBERS

  • José Antonio León Borges UQROO

    Campus Cancún

  • Rodolfo Rioja Nieto

    UNAM

  • Joan Alberto Sánchez Sánchez
  • Diana Gabriela Castro Frontana

    ENCB -IPN

  • Luis Manuel Vilches-Blázquez

    CIC-IPN

  • Hugo Enrique Lazcano

    ECOSUR

  • Joan Sánchez

    ECOSUR

  • Daniel Sergio Martínez Ramírez UQROO

    Campus Cancún

  • Bertha Eugenia Mar Morales

    UNAM

  • Miriam Olivares

    Yale University

  • Miguel Felix Mata Rivera

    UPIITA-IPN

  • Roberto Zagal Flores

    ESCOM-IPN

  • Javier Arellano-Verdejo

    ERIS

  • Hugo Barrera

    ENCB-IPN

  • Marisol Ugalde Monzalvo

    TEC DE MONTERREY

  • Gabriela Gómez Rodríguez

    Instituto de Geografía UNAM

  • Jorge Alberto Cruz Barbosa

    CIESAS Occidente


STAFF COMMITEE

  • Jairo Zagal

    Account Manager & Chairs Staff

  • Noe Sierra Romero

    Chairs Staff

  • Sergio Quiroz Almarez

    Chairs Staff

  • Edgar Orihuela

    Account Manager

  • Guillermo Orozco Rosas

    Web Manager & Audio & Video

  • Alberto Radillo Moran

    Web manager & Image & Design

  • Iván Trejo Merlín

    Social Media

  • Rodrigo Magallan

    Social Media

  • Camilo Israel Chavez

    Image & Design

  • Saul Juarez

    Image & Design

  • Misael Barrera

    Image & Design

  • Luis González

    Streaming