Extended deadline paper submission: Mobile Tartu 2016

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Mobile Tartu 2016

The aim of the event is to discuss theoretical, methodological and empirical aspects of research using mobile data – derived from mobile phone or crowd-sourced social media – and explore practical applications of this data in geography and planning.

Mobile Tartu 2016 proposes also special events:
1) PhD course “Mobile Phone based Data Collection Experiment” on 29−30 June
2) “Social Network and Travel behavior” – COST TU1305 Workshop on 29−30 June
3) “Mobile phones, travel and transportation” on 1-st July organised by NECTAR

Participation fee:
Early bird registration until 31.03.2016: students 100 EUR; regular 210 EUR
Late registration from 01.04.2016: students 150 EUR; regular 280 EUR

To know more about the event, please visit Mobile Tartu previous event web pages:
Mobile Tartu 2014
Mobile Tartu 2012
Mobile Tartu 2010
Mobile Tartu 2008

Deadlines

Deadline for abstract submission to the main conference and special events:
29th January 2016. Abstract (max 200 words) submission console
15 February – acceptance notifications
20 June – deadline for submitting a full paper

A special issue(s) in a scientific journal cited in ISI Web of Science is planned to be published. The journal will be selected after receiving papers. The papers from Mobile Tartu 2008, 2010, 2012, 2014 were published in the Journal of Urban Technology, the Journal of Location Based Services, and International Journal of Geographical Information Science.

For more information visit the website: http://mobilitylab.ut.ee/mobiletartu/2016/#about

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