Final Days for Reduced Rate at the AutoCarto 2008 Symposium!
Advance Registration Rate Extended Until Friday, August 15th!
Join speakers and attendees from around the world to hear the very latest on groundbreaking cartography and geographic information science research and development.
Advance registration rate extended! Save $100 per person and register by Friday, August 15th!
Due to the unique nature of the symposium and venue, registrations will only be accepted until Thursday, August 25th, but there is still time to reserve your spot.
Register online, with your credit card, or print the downloadable registration form and pay by check at www.autocarto.org. Payments by wire transfers are also accepted (for an additional fee). For more information on payments by wire transfers, please send your request to .
Keynotes on critical GIScience issues by Michael Dobson, Jason Dykes, Jerome Dobson, and Michael Peterson.
A special “Early Geospatial Computing at Harvard: Some Old GISers Try to Remember” session with Nicholas Chrisman, Geoffrey Dutton, Scott Morehouse, Allan Schmidt, and Denis White.
ICA Commission Meetings: 3rd International Joint Workshop on Ubiquitous, Pervasive and Internet Mapping, ICA Commission on Map Projections Workshop, ICA Working Group on Cartography on Early Warning and Crisis Management Workshop.
Workshops by prominent researchers on timely and important topics : “Volunteered Geographic Information” by Daniel Sui and Tools for “Online Mapping Tools” by Michael Peterson.
Field Trip to Washington, DC
Thursday, September 11, 7:30 am – 6:30 pm
Spend a day in Washington! Buses will take participants to downtown Washington, DC for optional guided tours of National Geographic Society and Library of Congress or feel free to spend the day seeing the sights. After dinner in Washington, buses will take participants back to the training center. The cost is only $65.
Field Trip to Harper’s Ferry
Thursday, September 11, 8:30 am – 12:00 pm
Take a guided tour of the Harper’s Ferry Historical Park and National Park Service Cartographic Division. The cost is $65.