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.
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:
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.
Early Bird rates have been extended to 2 October 2016. Please register before this date to get a cheaper registration fee.
We have also extended the registration deadline for oral/poster presenters to 2 October 2016. Please note at least one author of each accepted oral/poster presentation must register for the conference by 2 October 2016. The infringement of this rule will cost an accepted submission to be excluded from the LBS 2016 publication means.
Please click here to register.
We are please to invite you to the workshop on LBS research agenda, which will be held in the afternoon (13:00-18:00) of November 13, 2016, immediately before LBS 2016. More details regarding the workshop program and venue (will be near the LBS 2016 venue) will be available soon.
This workshop is part of the initiative started by the ICA Commission on Location-Based Services, with the aim 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 details of the initiative are available here at: http://lbs.icaci.org/research-agenda/.
Anyone interested is invited to attend this workshop. The registration is free. If you plan to join, please register for the workshop by 30 October.
We have activated the registration page. The early bird registration discount ends on 18 September 2016.
Please note at least one author of each accepted oral/poster presentation must register for the conference by 18 September 2016.
Look forward to seeing you in Vienna.
The International Cartographic Association (ICA) has kindly provided scholarships to support young researchers’ participation in a commission workshop/conference. LBS 2016 is one of this type of events.
If you are an author of an accepted full paper or work in progress, please consider applying for that. More details regarding the application guidelines can be found at: http://icaci.org/scholarship/.
As ICA has limited budget for the scholarships, the priority will be given to young researchers (e.g., Master and PhD students) with an accepted oral presentation, particularly those from developing countries.
We just sent out the notifications to all corresponding authors of all the work in progress submissions – in case you didn’t get yours, please inform us at email@example.com.
Look forward to meeting you in Vienna.