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24–27 September 2019 The 11th International Symposium on Digital Earth

Florence, Italy

The 11th International Symposium on Digital Earth (ISDE 11; will be held in Florence (Italy) from the 24th to the 27th of September 2019, celebrating the first 20 years of the ISDE symposia series.
The Symposium will address a challenging theme: “Digital Earth in a Transformed Society” discussing the contribution of Digital Earth to the present Digital Transformation of our Society and the role of Digital Earth science in this revolution.
The Symposium programme includes parallel sessions on interdisciplinary macro-areas co-organized with international bodies and institutions (ESA, IEEE GRSS, etc.). It also includes Plenary Sessions and three Great Debates on “Digital Earth for UN Sustainable Development Goals”, “ISDE in a Transformed Society”, and “Trust and Ethics in Digital Earth” with high-level experts as speakers and panelists.
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8 November 2019 Ninth Workshop on Data Mining in Earth System Science (DMESS 2019)

Beijing, China

Spanning many orders of magnitude in time and space scales, Earth science data, from point measurements to process-based Earth system model output, are increasingly large and complex, and often represent very long time series, making these data difficult to analyze, visualize, interpret, and understand. An “explosion” of heterogeneous, multi-disciplinary data—including observations and models of interacting natural, engineered, and human systems—have rendered traditional means of integration and analysis ineffective, necessitating the application of new analytical methods and the development of highly scalable software tools for synthesis, assimilation, comparison, and visualization. For complex, nonlinear feedbacks among chaotic processes, new methods and approaches for data mining and computational statistics are required for classification and change detection, model evaluation and benchmarking, uncertainty quantification, and incorporation of constraints from physics, chemistry, and biology into analysis. This workshop explores various data mining approaches and algorithms for understanding nonlinear dynamics of weather and climate systems and their interactions with biogeochemical cycles, impacts of natural system responses and climate extremes on engineered systems and interdependent infrastructure networks, and mitigation and adaptation strategies for natural hazards and infrastructure and ecosystem resilience. Encouraged are original research papers describing applications of statistical and data mining methods that support analysis and discovery in climate predictability, attributions, weather extremes, water resources management, risk analysis and hazards assessment, ecosystem sustainability, infrastructure resilience, and geo-engineering.

Rigorous review papers that either have the potential to expose data mining researchers to commonly used data-driven methods in the Earth sciences or discuss the applicability and caveats of such methods from a machine learning or statistical perspective, are also desired. Methods may include, but are not limited to cluster analysis, empirical orthogonal functions (EOFs), extreme value and rare events analysis, genetic algorithms, neural networks and deep learning methods, physics-constrained data analytics, automated data assimilation, and other machine learning techniques. Novel approaches that bring new ideas from nonlinear dynamics and information theory, network science and graphical methods, and the state-of-the-art in computational statistics and econometrics, into data mining and machine learning, are particularly encouraged.

24–28 November 2019 International Conference on Internet of Things Research and Practice

Sydney, Australia

International Conference on Internet of Things Research and Practice (iCIOTRP), 25-27 Nov 2019, Sydney, Australia, will bring international and national experts in Internet of Things (IoT) and related fields to Sydney to present and share their latest research and practice on technologies and applications. The Internet made the interconnection between people possible at an unprecedented scale and pace. The next wave of connectivity is coming much faster to interconnect objects and create a smart environment. There are currently 9 billion interconnected devices, more than number of people in the world and it is expected to reach 24 billion devices by 2020. The main advantage of such a massive number of connected devices is accessing to big datasets which can be utilised in smart applications. Several industries including agriculture, mining, manufacturing and automotive are already adopted this technology to improve the efficiency and control of their processes. The recent trends and advancements in Internet of Things (IoT) will be discussed by many leading researchers from all around the world who will gather at iCIOTRP-2019, Sydney, Australia. The main objectives of this conference are to provide an opportunity for professional interaction amongst the researchers, academics and students, and to showcase the latest developments and future trends in IoT. iCIOTRP 2019 will be held in Sydney, which is the largest city in Australia. The conference is supported by Global Circle for Scientific, Technological and Management Research (GCSTMR) as its 5th World Congress. GCSTMR endeavors to create a platform for young researchers to exchange ideas and share information with experts in their respective fields. GCSTMR encourages and facilitates trans-national collaborations among its members and associates in research, training and professional activities. Multidisciplinary international conference series run by GCSTMR open vast opportunities for researchers to interact on the global platform and take advantage of knowledge sharing in the digital arena.

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