EUROGEO Conference on Communicating Geography: serving our world

EUROGEO Conference on Communicating Geography: serving our world

Communicating Geography: serving our world

21-22 May 2015, Ankara, Turkey 

EUROGEO ConferenceAbout Ankara

Although it was a small town before the proclamation of the republic in the early 1900s, Ankara today is the second largest city in Turkey with a population of about 5 million. As the capital city, Ankara has many administrative and public institutions, many central organisations are located there. The city offers many opportunities for the participants to learn about the rich historical, social, cultural and geographical characteristics of the area.

The 2015 EUROGEO Annual Meeting and Conference will be organised in conjunction with and hosted by the Turkish Association of Geographers (TAG), in Ankara on 21-22 May 2015. An optional field excursion to Cappadocia will take place all day on 23 May 2015.

Call for Abstracts

Abstracts for papers/posters are invited on all aspects of Geography, particularly those dealing with the issues of big data in the fields of urban areas, transport and the environment, amongst others. Papers dealing with the role of spatial data in decision making will be considered as most relevant to the conference theme. Key aspect to consider is the role and importance of geography in society today and the future. Please use the registration form to submit your abstract(s).


Conference Sessions – February 1st 2015

Paper, Poster and Workshop Abstracts – March 12th 2015

Early bird rate ends March 12th 2015

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