As we do not expect any future changes on this website, we decided to transfer it to a static archive. This might result in some errors if you want to use interactive or non-static features of this website. We are sorry for that, but this measure will ensure that this site’s information stays available online.
The presentation slides of most of the conference presentations are online available on the program page. We would like to thank all the oral and poster presenters for their interesting work, and all the participants for their active participation.
Hope to meet you again at the next LBS conference in January 2018, at Zurich, Switzerland. More details regarding the LBS conference will be available soon.
Thank you for your participation in the 13th Conference on Location-Based Services! We received a lot of lovely feedback, such as …
“Excellent LBS conference; thank you very much for organizing”
‒ Jukka Krisp (Uni Augsburg)
“Also from my side, many thanks for the perfectly organised conference. The only problem is that such a nice conference gives so many new ideas :-)”
‒ Nico van de Weghe (Uni Ghent)
“Hereby I would like to thank you very much for holding such an excellent LBS conference. It provided a great opportunity for us from Iran to present our work and share ideas with experts in the field.”
‒ Farid Karimipour (University of Tehran)
We hope you also enjoyed the conference.
Photos of the event can be found on Google Photos (by Silvia Klettner, Shuoyan Huang, Milad Khakpour and Wangshu Wang). If you are not happy with any of the photos depicting yourself, please let us know via firstname.lastname@example.org.
We congratulate Omid Reza Abbasi and Xingyu Zheng for receiving an ICA scholarship to participate in the LBS conference. ICA scholarships are grants to support young scientists or professional individuals in advancing their careers in cartography and GIScience to the benefit of the ICA community.
Xingyu Zheng is a PhD student at Nanjing Normal University, China. He submitted a paper on A Hidden Markov model for indoor tracking Based on Bluetooth fingerprinting and Grid filtering.
Omid Reza Abbasi works at Khaje Nasir Toosi University of Technology, Tehran, Iran. He submitted a paper on Ranking the City: The Role of Location-Based Social Networks in Collective Human Mobility Prediction.
We congratulate Xingyu Zheng and Omid Reza Abbasi and wish them all the best for their further careers.
For following and/or documenting the conference on social media, use hashtag #LBS2016.
Recommendations for food options around the venue can be found here:
Enjoy the conference!
We have just make the program of the LBS research agenda workshop online.
This workshop is part of the LBS Research Agenda Initiative, which aims to develop a cross-cutting research agenda, identifying key research questions and challenges that are essential for the LBS development in the next 5 or 10 years.
The online proceedings of LBS 2016 have been published. You can explore the proceedings using the following options:
We are happy to introduce you our sponsor Parkbob.
Parkbob is a Vienna-based startup, which develops a location-based app, which helps you finding a parking spot.
Due to several requests, we have extended the deadline for camera-ready submissions for the online proceedings to 17 October 2016. Please use the submission guideline “Contributions accepted for the online proceedings“.
Please note that there will be no further extension of the deadline. Looking forward to meeting you in Vienna!
Our first preliminary program is online (more showcases will come). We ask all authors to check it and confirm it by registering before 2 October 2016. (At least one presenter per contribution. If you did so already, you can ignore this, of course.)
Presentation guidelines regarding oral presentations, posters, and showcases are available here.