Maps Special Issue:
Mapping Environmental Risks - Quantitative and Spatial
Athens, 25 March 2012
We would like to invite contributions to a special edition of the Journal of
Maps devoted to recent innovations and techniques in the exploitation of mapping
and geoinformatics in the field of Environmental Risk Assessment.
Please read this call for further details.
Dr Stamatis Kalogirou
Message from the
Athens, 27 September 2011
The 17th European Colloquium on Quantitative and Theoretical Geography (ECQTG2011) took place in Athens, Greece from the 2nd to the 5th of September 2011. The conference has formally organized by the Greek Society for Demographic Studies and hosted by Harokopio University, Department of Geography. During the conference, more than 150
researchers from around the world had the opportunity to present their work and
The participation of established and young researchers in this Colloquium and the presentation of very interesting papers indicates the research dynamism in the areas of Quantitative and Theoretical Geography. We hope that this opportunity of interaction between established and young researchers from around the world will contribute to the evolution of Quantitative and Theoretical Geography.
The organising committee would like to express its sincere thanks to the authors and participants of this Colloquium. We would also like to thank all the people involved in the organisation. Special thanks go to Harokopio University, Department of Geography for hosting of the ECQTG 2011.
The next ecTQG will be held in Paris, France in September 2013.
Dr. Stamatis Kalogirou
Lecturer in Applied Spatial Analysis
Organising Committee Chair
Welcome to the 2011 ECQTG
We are pleased to invite you to the 17th European Colloquium on
Quantitative and Theoretical Geography (ECQTG2011), which will take
place in the campus of the Harokopio University, Athens, Greece from
the 2nd to the 5th of September, 2011. The conference is formally
organized by the Greek Society for Demographic Studies and
hosted by Harokopio University, Department of Geography.
Post 2004 Olympic Games Athens is becoming a cosmopolitan city with modern
infrastructure and many cultural and social activities. The most recent
addition, this is the New Acropolis Museum, welcomes visitors to the ancient
neighbourhoods of Athens and allows for a walk through history - between the
masterpieces of the Archaic and Classical periods of Athens. Harokopio
University is just a couple of miles south of the Acropolis and the
new museum. Participants in the Colloquium are free to make their own
accommodation arrangements. Paper sessions will be held in both main
buildings of Harokopio University Campus. Lunch and evening meals will
be served at the University.
Previous colloquia have taken place in Strasbourg (1978), Cambridge (1980), Augsburg (1982),
Veldhoven (1985), Bardonecchia (1987), Chantilly (1989), Stockholm (1991), Budapest (1993),
Spa (1995), Rostock (1997), Durham (1999), St Valery-en-Caux (2001), Lucca (2003), Tomar (2005),
Montreux (2007) and Maynooth (2009).
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