Call for Papers

ICSGA 2021 would like to invite all researchers and practitioners of interest to submit their studies.

Abstract submission

The initial submission is the abstract of your study, including the title, the authors, the affiliations, the abstract of 150 – 600 words, and the keywords. It is also acceptable to submit a short paper including its abstract within 4 pages. The deadline of abstract submission is 20-February, 2021.

Abstract submission template (MS Word)



All the accepted studies should be presented at the conference via Zoom. Each presentation should be 15 minutes followed by 5 minutes of discussion.

Paper submission

All the accepted studies will be included in the proceedings that is published after the conference. Authors can choose the format of either an extended abstract (2 pages) or a short paper (4 pages).

Important Information

  1. Use the IEEE Conference style (A4 style), which is different from the abstract template you submitted before the conference.
  2. Check the format carefully before you submit.
  3. For submission, log on to (same for abstract submission, and select your previous submission to ICSGA 2021. Then select “Update file” (top-right of the web page) to upload your extended abstract/short paper.
  4. Deadline: 28-February, 2021
  5. After your submission, a brief review will be held within a week to improve the publication quality.

Topics of Interest

High quality of research is cordially invited to submit including but not limited to the areas:

  • Geoinformatics
  • Smart Applications of geoinformatics
  • Acquisition and processing of remotely sensed data
  • Application of remote sensing
  • Cartographic theory and application
  • Climate changes and global environment
  • Data models in cartography
  • Geographical information retrieval
  • Geoontology
  • Geospatial computation
  • Geospatial data sharing and interoperability
  • Geospatial education, such as virtual globes-based virtual education
  • Geospatial grid computing
  • Geospatial optimization
  • Geo-spatial simulation
  • Geospatial web services and service quality
  • GIS for environment and health
  • GIS in environmental modeling
  • GIS in regional planning
  • GIS in urban planning
  • Information extraction from remotely sensed data
  • Land use / land cover change
  • Multi-dimensional spatial data modeling and data quality
  • Optical and radar remote sensing
  • Processing and application of high-resolution imagery
  • Representation and visualization of geospatial data
  • Satellite positioning technology and location based service
  • Spatial cognition
  • Statistics and application models of spatial data
  • Theories and algorithms in GIS
  • Urban GIS and its applications
  • Web GIS and internet GIS
  • Wireless and mobile GIS solutions