isprs logo GEOSPATIAL PUBLIC HEALTH SYMPOSIUM
July 1 – 2, 2017 | Hyderabad, India
Supported by
NRDMS Division,
Department of Science and Technology, Government of India, New Delhi
Workshop on Open Source Topics
30th June 2017

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The symposium is fairly interdisciplinary and multidisciplinary to a larger extent. As such all topics related to the theme of the symposium with specific focus on geospatial tools, science and technology are encouraged for presentation.

  • Potential authors are invited to submit a full paper or an extended abstract at the earliest by email to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. / This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
  • The contributions received after June 15th, 2017 will not be considered for the presentation at the symposium.
  • The full paper / extended abstract is to be formatted according to the guidelines of the ISPRS [http://www.isprs.org/documents/orangebook/app5.aspx].
  • Abstracts / Full papers will undergo a rigorous review process. Accepted papers will be published in the Post symposium Hard Copy Proceedings.
  • Efforts will be made to get a special Issue of an International Journal containing the selected papers, if possible.
  • All authors must send the registration fee immediately after the receipt of the acceptance of the paper or extended abstract from the organizers
  • There will be awards instituted by ICORG along with the certificates of appreciation for best presentations under different categories [oral /poster] and under each             symposium theme.
  • All prospective authors and delegates are requested and encouraged to contribute to the event by submitting unpublished research in any of the Themes A to D               either for Oral presentation or Poster Presentation

THEME A

Disease Mapping, Epidemiology, Health Care and Impact of Climate Change

  • Disease mapping and geospatial analysis
  • Geospatial Epidemiological analysis
  • Communicable disease control and dispersion modeling
  • Geospatial prognosis of non communicable diseases
  • Disease hot spots and Disease outbreak diffusion
  • Geospatial tools in Health care Planning and Policy
  • Accessibility to Primary health care services
  • Impact of Air, Water, soil quality and agricultural practices