GeoInformatics for Spatial-Infrastructure Development in Earth & Allied Sciences: GIS-IDEAS 2004
    GeoInformatics for Spatial-Infrastructure Development in Earth & Allied Sciences: GIS-IDEAS 2004
Held at   Hanoi University of Science
 Conference Hall
 19 Le Thanh Tong Campus
 Hanoi, Vietnam
September 16 - 18, 2004

The International Symposium on GeoInformatics for Spatial-Infrastructure Development in Earth & Allied Sciences (GIS-IDEAS) is scheduled to take place in Hanoi, Vietnam, 16-18 September 2004. This is follow-up to the very successful GIS-IDEAS Symposium held in Hanoi, Vietnam in September 2002. The main theme of the GIS-IDEAS 2004 would be on Geoinformatics applications (Remote Sensing, GIS, GPS etc.) for monitoring, predicting, managing and mitigation of natural disasters. The symposium will also focus on development of spatial databases and analysis of spatial data for modelling and simulation of processes related to our natural and social environment. GIS-IDEAS Symposium in 2004 not only aims to serve as a forum for scientific exchanges but also as a conduit for technology transfer through tutorial sessions. Further, in order to promote a better understanding of local needs, field excursions and visits to scientific institutes in Vietnam are also being planned. The language of the conference will be English.

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About JVGC & Call for Sponsors
About Previous GIS-IDEAS (2002)
Location Map of Venue and Hotels (PDF File)
Secretariat and Mailing List
First Circular (PDF File)
Presenters, abstracts, and Papers
Conference Organizers and Key Partners
Conference Schedule
Messages & Felicitations
Pre-Symposium Conference (FOSS/GRASS 2004, Bangkok)

Supported by

Asian Institute of Technology (TH), Association of Japan Alumni (VN), Center for Southeast Asian Studies, Kyoto University (JP), COE Program SELIS, Nagoya University (JP), Commemorative Organization for the Japan World Exposition'70 (JP) , Department of Dyke Management, Flood and Storm Control (VN), Earth Remote Sensing Data Analysis Center (JP), Embassy of Japan in Vietnam (JP), Graduate Schools of Creative Cities, Science & Media Center, Osaka City Univ. (JP), Hanoi University of Mining and Geology (VN) , Hanoi University of Science (VN) , Japan Geotechnical Consultant Association (JP), Japan Society of Geoinformatics (JP), RNUS, AIT/University of Tokyo (TH/JP) and United Nations University (JP).

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