Every two years, the International Environmental Modelling & Software Society (iEMSs) holds its international congress. The next meeting will be the 8th International Congress on Environmental Modelling and Software in Toulouse, France, on July 10-14, 2016. The event is being convened by Dr. Sabine Sauvage and Dr. José-Miguel Sánchez-Pérez from the University of Toulouse.
The purpose of the meeting is to foster discussion and the interchange of challenges, solutions, ideas, and new methods and techniques in environmental modeling and software. The theme of the conference is environmental modelling and software for supporting a sustainable future.
The iEMSs is the premier professional society on integrated environmental modeling and software and its biennial conferences are officially endorsed by the scientific journal Environmental Modelling and Software (Elsevier).
The aims of the iEMSs are to:
To achieve these aims, the iEMSs:
The 8th International Congress on Environmental Modelling and Software is the premier event of the iEMSs, which is only held once every two years. It is this Society’s opportunity to directly promote contacts among modeling and software researchers and scientists from different countries, governmental and non-governmental organizations, and academic institutions; and exchange technical information and promote cooperation between the sciences. That’s why, we hope that this International Congress will be a great success.
Papers and Abstracts are now being accepted. Submission Instructions
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Sessions and workshops have been organized into 4 streams found here.
Stream A: Integrated Environmental Modelling: a multidisciplinary approach for innovative applications.
Stream B: Methods in Environmental Modelling including optimization, sensitivity, uncertainty issues, model development and modelling frameworks.
Stream C: Processing environmental information including data mining, machine learning, GIS, remote sensing.
Stream D: Environmental Modelling and Software supporting decision making and engaging the public.
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