Ubiquitous Spatial Computing Specialist Meeting, Portland, ME, January 2007.
The Geospatial Semantic Web: From Terra Incognita to Terra Cognita, Terra Cognita--Directions to the Geospatial Semantic Web, Athens, GA, November 2006.
Problem Solving with Spatial Calculi, Spatial Cognition: Specialization and Integration, Schloß Dagstuhl, Germany, December 2005.
Spatial Computing: Embedded in Space and in the Users' Hands, GeoInfo 2005, Campos do Jordão, Brazil, November 2005.
Ubiquitous Spatial Computing, GeoInformatics '05, Toronto, Canada, August 2005.
Algorithmic Challenges in Spatial Computing, WADS 2005: Workshop on Algorithms and Data Structures, Waterloo, Canada, August 2005.
GeoOntometry: Beyond GeoOntologies, The First International Workshop on Conceptual Modeling for GIS, Shanghai, China, November 2004.
Mobile Space, Spatial Cognition 2004, Frauenchiemsee Island, Germany, October 2004.
Going Mobile with GIS: Mobile Space, GIS Days, Münster, Germany, July 2004.
A Grand Challenge for GIScience, Geoide Summer School 2004, Ottawa, Canada, May 2004.
Information Systems Fueled with Data from Geo-Sensor Networks, Information Systems in Geomanagement, Aachen, Germany, March 2004.
Interactions with the Magic Wand, Geovisualisation--EuroConference on Methods to Support Interactions in Geovisualisation Environments, Kolymbari, Greece, March 2004
A Family of Smart Maps, Third International Workshop on Web and Wireless Geographical Information Systems--W2GIS 2003, Rome, Italy, December 2003.
Spatial Semantics on the Geospatial Semantic Web, GEOPRO 2003: International Workshop on Semantic Processing of Spatial Data, Mexico City, Mexico, November 2003.
Sensors, Sensors Everywhere, Geo Sensors Networks, Portland, ME, October 2003.
Multi-Representation Spatial Databases, Technology for a National GeoDatabase Infrastructure, Siena, Italy, September 2003.
Toward the Semantic Geospatial Web, ACM GIS 2002--10th ACM International Symposium on Advances in Geographic Information Systems, McLean, VA, November 2002.
Spatial Web, 16th
Brazilian Symposium on Databases, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil,
Intersection of Geographic Information and Information
Technology: Spatial Databases,
Workshop on Intersections of Geospatial Information and Information
Technology, Computer Science and Telecommunications Board
of the National Academies, Arlington, VA, October 2001.
Futuristic Surveying Instruments, Massachusetts Association
of Land Surveyors and Civil Engineers Annual Convention,
Leominster, MA, September 2001.
iMaps: Mobile Geographic Information Systems, Maine GIS
Users Group Annual Conference, Bangor, ME, May 2001.
Advances in GIScience Towards Web-Based Arctic GIS, Arctic Geographic Information Systems
Workshop, Seattle, WA, January 2001.
From "Knowing Your Current Location" to "Spatial Forecasting,"
The 12th Annual Colloquium of the Spatial Information Research
Centre, Univeristy of Otago, New Zealand, December 2000.
Theory-Based Assessment of Semantic Similarity, EURESCO
Conference on Ontology and Epistemology for Spatial Data
Standards, La Londes-les-Maures, France, September 2000.
Interoperating Geographic Information Systems,
GeoBrazil, São Paulo, Brazil, June 2000.
Computational Models for Spatio-Temporal Movement, GeoInfo
2000, São Paulo, Brazil, June 2000.
Going Mobile with GIS, International Workshop
on Emerging Technologies for Geo-Based Applications,
Ascona, Switzerland, May 2000.
Spatial Information Appliances: A Next Generation of Geographic
Information Systems, Joint Session of the Brazilian Computer
Graphics and Image Processing Conference and the Brazilian Workshop
on GeoInformatics, Campinas, Brazil, October 1999.
Models: State of the Art and Beyond, After the Genome V,
Jackson Hole, WY, October 1999.
Models for Assessing Geometric and Semantic Similarity, Integrated
Spatial Databases: Digital Imagery and GIS, Portland, ME,
Reasoning and Spatial Information Retrieval, AAAI Fall
Symposium Workshop on Formalizing Reasoning with Visual and
Diagrammatic Representations, Orlando, FL, October 1998.
Smart Maps, 5th ACM Workshop on Geographic Information
Systems, Las Vegas, NV, November 1997.
Geographic Information Science: Between Cognition and
Computation, VL '97--IEEE Symposium on Visual Languages,
Giornata su sistemi informativi per il territorio, Salerno,
Italy, September 1997.
Spatial Relations: Models, Inferences, and their Future
Applications, Advanced Database Symposium (ADBS '96), Tokyo,
Japan, December 1996.
R&D Issues in Large Spatial Databases, Lockheed Martin
Corporate-Wide Geographic Information System/Image
Processing/Global Positioning Conference, State College, PA,
Systems: Issues and Research Needs, Fifteenth ACM
SIGACT-SIGMOD-SIGART Symposium on Principles of Database Systems
(PODS), Montreal, Quebec, Canada, June 1996.
Open GIS = GIS on the Web, Joint European Conference and
Exhibition on Geographical Information, Barcelona, Spain, March
Object-Oriented Needs for Navigable Databases, CalTrans
Workshop on Navigable Databases, Santa Barbara, CA, March 1996.
Spatial Data Models, International Workshop on Data Models
for Global Change, Santa Fe, NM, February 1996.
Qualitative Details for the Definition of Natural-Language
Spatial Relations between Lines and Region, Spacenet
Workshop, Semmering, Austria, September 1995.
Object-Oriented GIS: The Concepts, Simposio Brasileiro de
Geoprocessamento, Sao Paulo, July 1995.
Commonsense Reasoning about Geographic Space and Time,
Workshop on Spatial and Temporal Interaction: Representation and
Reasoning, Singapore, November 1994.
What's so Tough About Time (and Space), International
Workshop on an Infrastructure for Temporal Databases,
Arlington, TX, June 1993.
Prospective Views of GIS Technologies and Applications,
Simposio Brasileiro de Geoprocessamento, Sao Paulo, May
Spatial Query Languages: Graphic and Geometry, Digital
Equipment's Advanced Problem Workshop on Graphics Integration,
Snowbird, UT, July 1988.
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