The 17th annual conference of the International Association for Mathematical Geosciences
Abstr. due: 01.03.2015
Dates: 05.09.15 — 13.09.15
Organizing comittee e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
The conference welcomes all kinds of contributions advancing the use of mathematics and informatics in the geosciences. Methodological and applied contributions are equally welcome.
IAMG2015 will offer session covering the main "backbone" of the research from members of the International Association for Mathematical Geosciences. Submissions to these general sessions are organized through a system of classification of contributions by very broad topics. This system is structured using a two-fold topic/method classification system, conceived for several goals. First, it minimizes the chance that parallel presentations important to the same person occur simultaneously. Second, it allows to bring together in the same session people who might otherwise not be aware of their common research interests. Third, it will give rise to the general sessions themselves. Apart of this broad system of general sessions, focus sessions (much in the flavor of classical sessions) are organized towards narrower specific topics of special interests.
The use of a topic classification system, will allow the definition of flexible general sessions defined by the contributions rather than the interests of the organizers. The general sessions will arise dynamically from the conjunction of several compatible contributions, selected because they share the same or similar topics, methods or field of application. These sessions will be defined together with the final scientific programme.
During submission, authors must choose one tag from the list of mathematical/computer science topics, and one tag from the list of geoscience topics (see below). There are as well general "grab bag" tags, for submissions that do not fit this classification system clearly. It is also possible to select more tags as secondary topics.
Math/Computer Science topics↑
Two Point Geostatistics
Multi Point Geostatistics
Time Series Analysis
Fractal and Multi-Fractal Modelling
Stochastic Geometry and Stereology/Mathematical Morphology
Other Spatial and Space-Time Statistical Methods
Electromagnetic Data: Spectral, Hyperspectral, SAR, ...
Compositional Data Analysis (including distributions)
Spherical Mathematics, Probablity and Statistics
Optimisation and Operations Research
Other Non-Space, Non-Time Statistical Methods
Numerical Modelling and Numerical Simulation
Data Assimilation and data integration
Inverse Problem solving
3D Geodata and modeling of 3D objects
Geographic and Geoscience Information Systems
e-Geosciences and geoscience information exchange standards
other computer sciences methods
other mathematical methods
Geomorphology and Quaternary geology
Volcanology and geothermal research
Stratigraphy and sedimentology
Structural geology and tectonics
Petrology, mineralogy and crystallography
Characterization of oil and gas resources
Natural hazard and geological risk assessment
Soil and rock mechanics and geotechnics
Palaeonthology, paleoecology, geobiology
Chemical analytics in the geosciences
Geodynamics, geophysics and geodesy
Water: sea, surface and subsurface
Climatology, meteorology, cryology, atmosphere and ocean sciences
Biosphere, ecology, biogeochemistry and health
Other topics in Geosciences
Other topics outside Geosciences
For methods with typical application in the geosciences purely methodological contributions are also welcome. These special topics include e.g.: geostatistics (two- or multi-point), statistics of compositional data, (flow, transport or deformation) numerical simulations under uncertainty, 3D modelling of natural objects, space-time information systems, spatial data models and structures, and remote sensing.
Conference Web-Site: http://www.iamg2015.de/