The 29th International Conference on Geoinformatics in 2022 and the 30th Anniversary of the Founding of CPGIS
Dr. Jingming Chen (Fellow of Royal Society of Canada, University of Toronto), Keynote Title: Leaf chlorophyll content: a new remotely sensible parameter for terrestrial carbon cycle estimation.
Dr. Qiuming Cheng (Member of the Chinese Academy of Sciences, The China University of Geosciences，Beijing), Keynote Title: Deep-time Digital Earth and Co-evolution of Extreme Tectonics Events.
Dr. Peng Gong (Fellow of the International Eurasian Academy of Sciences, Foreign Member of Academia Europaea, The University of Hong Kong), Keynote Title: Global Land Cover Change Monitoring and Impact of Global Urbanization on Climate.
Dr. Michael F. Goodchild (Member of the American Academy of Sciences, University of California Santa Barbara) , Keynote Title: On Replicability Over the Globe.
Dr. Renzhong Guo (Member of Chinese Academy of Engineering, Shenzhen University) , Keynote Title: Adapting Cartography to Emerging Applications in the Digital Society.
Dr. Nina Lam (Fellow of American Association of Geographers, Louisiana State University) , Keynote Title: How GIScience can Contribute to Disaster Resilience Analysis: The Development of the Resilience Inference Measurement (RIM) Model.
Dr. Paul Longley (Professor of Geographic Information Science, University College of London) , Keynote Title: Revesting people, places, and practice of geographic information science.
Dr. Mei-Po Kwan (Fellow of the British Academy of Social Sciences, The Chinese University of Hong Kong) , Keynote Title: Fundamental Concepts and Uncertainties in the Geospatial Analysis of Environmental Health Issues.
Dr. Junyi Zhang (Foreign Member of Japanese Academy of Engineering, Hiroshima University) , Keynote Title: Transportation Amid Pandemics: Lessons Learned from COVID-19.
Dr. Chenghu Zhou (Member of the Chinese Academy of Sciences, Institute of Geographic Sciences and Natural Resources Research, CAS)
- Datail for the paper-session arrangement is available in the "Sessions" page.