FOSS4G 2011 Other Conferences
This calendar is intended to help the Conference Committee and the Denver LOC determine the dates for FOSS4G 2011. Ideally, it would be a full week between mid-August and mid-December 2011. Please edit this page and add any conference or event that you feel would prevent you or others from attending FOSS4G if it were held at the same time. Please provide links out when possible.
There are two ways of doing this: List the events or list the dates. I have chosen to focus on the possible dates and note exceptions rather than try to list exceptions and figure out dates. Weeks are listed Sunday-Saturday. If you have a conference or event that spans a weekend, use your judgement as whether to mention on both weeks.
If you know of any potential conflicts but do not yet know the dates, please list them below the calendar.
|Sept||4||10||Labour Day (US & Canada - 5th)|
|25||1||InterGeo (Germany) 27-29 Sept|
|9||15||Thanksgiving (Canada) and Geomatics 2011 (11-13 Oct, Montreal, Canada)|
|16||22||GeoInt (USA) 16-19 Oct|
|23||29||GITA GIS for Oil & Gas Conference (Houston) 24-27 Oct|
|30||5||*** challenging for POC ***|
|Nov||6||12||*** challenging for POC ***|
|13||19||ASPRS Pecora 14-17|
|27||3||Autodesk University (29 Nov - 1 Dec)|
|Dec||4||10||AGU 2011 (Dec 5-9)|
Labour Day (Canada & USA) - Monday, September 5th
Thanksgiving (Canada) - Monday, October 10th
Thanksgiving (USA) - Thursday, November 24th
19th ACM SigSpatial Dates not yet announced.
NACIS 2011 - North American Cartographic Infromation Society Annual Meeting. Dates not yet announced.
GeoComputation 2011, 16-19 July in London, UK
InterGeo 2011, 27 - 29 Sept
Geomatics 2011, 11 - 13 Oct in Montreal, Canada (2011 website not up yet, 2009 website).
GeoInt 2011, 16 - 19 Oct
GITA GIS for Oil & Gas Conference 2011, 24 - 27 Oct, Houston. (2011 website not up yet, 2010 website).
ASPRS 2011 Pecora Fall Conference 14 -17 Nov
Autodesk University 2011, 29 Nov - 1 Dec (2011 website not up yet, 2010 website).
AGU 2011, 5 - 9 Dec - Fall Meeting of the American Geophysical Union. Attracts over 16,000 people. Held in San Francisco. Official dates confirmed (contrary to some websites).