GeoPython 2020 - Call for Participation
We are pleased to announce the 5th GeoPython conference, which takes place in Bilbao, Spain from July 27 to 31, 2020, in cooperation with EuroSciPy.
Please note: EuroSciPy has a separate CfP which starts later this year - only submit talks for GeoPython here.
This event is a great opportunity to meet with other Python & Geo folks, learn about what’s happening this community, and spread the word about exciting projects using GeoPython.
Main Topics of the conference are:
Python in General, GIS / Mapping, Geography / Geophysics / Geodesy / Geomatics, Earth Sciences / Environmental Sciences, Geovisualization, Smart Cities, Spatial Data / Geodata, Geospatial Webservices, Big (Geo-)Data, Data Processing, (Spatial) Databases, Computer Vision, Remote Sensing, Image Processing, Machine Learning / Deep Learning, Mobile Mapping, Indoor Mapping and Modelling, Robotics and Mapping
Other topics are welcome too, as long it is somewhat related to Python and Geo.
First-time speakers are highly welcome.
Submission deadline is March 15, 2020 (extended to March 22, 2020 to be in sync with EuroSciPy)
Workshops: July 27 & July 28
Workshops are 2 or 3 hours. The audience will bring their own laptop and will learn some more advanced technologies/modules/…
Please note that the 3 hours workshops have a 30 minutes coffee break, so in total it is only 2.5 hours.
Talks: July 29 and 30
Talks may be either 20 or 30 minutes, though for exceptional proposals other talk durations may be considered.
(In addition, there are always 5 minutes questions, so in total, you have 25 or 35 minutes time)
Lightning talks will be 5 minutes and time will be strictly enforced. Lightning talks are registered directly at the conference.
Financial Aid is available. Check the main conference page for details.