Heritage, Planning and eParticipation: The Evolving Forms of Information Society
Papers on a wide range of topics associated with the spatial context, policies, and influence of ICT are welcome. As usual, the primary themes of the conference are not meant to limit participation. Papers on all aspects and dimensions of the geographies of the information society and telecommunications are welcome. Of particular interest are papers on the following themes:
The role of ICT in Mediterranean democratic movements (with the Mediterranean Renaissance Project)
eParticipation in planning and development
Information technology, culture and heritage
Impact of ICT on urban and regional planning and management
The role of ICT in creating sustainable and climate resilient cities
Abstracts should not exceed 200 words, and should be sent electronically to Mark Wilson email@example.com.
The deadline for submissions is May 15, 2011, but we offer a fast track acceptance system that confirms participation within several weeks of receiving an abstract. This will provide early written confirmation of paper acceptance and allow time to seek funding or make travel arrangements.
The conference chair is Maria Giaoutzi (National Technical University of Athens) in collaboration with the Commission on Global Information Society (Mark Wilson, Michigan State University) and the Mediterranean Renaissance Project (Maria Paradiso, University of Sannio).