Thursday, May 29, 2008

Geoinformatics 2008 Programme On-line

The meeting programme for Geoinformatics 2008 is now on-line at <>

Jens wrote in his announcement email today: 'The meeting provides an international forum for researchers and educators from earth and planetary sciences, and information technology/computer science to present new data, data analysis or modelling techniques, visualization schemes or technologies as they relate to developing the cyberinfrastructure for the geosciences.'

There will be many interesting talks for those who are interested in SSP (Sedimentology, Stratigraphy and Paleontology) geoinformatics. Among others for example the keynote on OGC standards by G.Perceval, the talk on GeoSciNet by W. Snyder or the presentation of OneGeology by I. Jackson.

And there is another very interesting talk: Neptune - Developing a Digital Information Infrastructure for Micropaleontology in the 21st Century presented by Lazarus D. et al. Good to hear that the flagship of CHRONOS will be continued!

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