COST IC0903 MOVE meeting, 15-16 March 2012, TU Delft, Netherlands

Workshop on Future Research Directions in MOVEment


CLOSED! proposals were due Februari 1, 2012



During the general meeting of MOVE (COST Action IC0903), on the 15th and 16th of March 2012 at the TU Delft, special sessions will be devoted to present work related to the Action. The purposes of those sessions are:

  • to show examples of successful common work between Action’s members so far;
  • to describe MOVE-related research of the groups participating in MOVE in order to find similar interest with other members and initiate collaborations.

It is thus very important to show contributions (novel or recent submissions) to find more opportunities for common work. Therefore, we invite the Action members to submit contributions, such as:

  • Showcases: One-page description of showcases or data challenges results, or ideas for future showcases / data challenges, in MOVE-related topics (e.g. human, maritime, animal movement).
  • Posters: One-page description of MOVE related work, already presented in a conference (workshop, etc.) that could be of interest to other members and perform as seed to initiate further collaborations.
  • Position papers: Two-pages abstract of research work addressing future challenges.

At least one author from each accepted contribution will be provided full refunding in order to participate in the meeting  and present his/her contribution. During the evaluation, priority will be given to joint contributions involving at least two MOVE partners.

Important dates:

  • Contributions submitted to MOVE scientific secretary – due 29/01/12
  • Accept / reject notifications sent to authors – due 05/02/12
  • Invited participants accept / reject invitations – due 19/02/12
  • Final program is formed – due 26/02/12

Program Committee:

  • Yannis Theodoridis (Action vice-chair)
  • Stefan van der Spek (WG1 co-leader)
  • Nico Van de Weghe (WG2 co-leader)
  • Matei Mancas (WG3 co-leader)
  • Urska Demsar (WG4 co-leader)
  • Christophe Claramunt (STSM panel chair)  
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