Second announcement and Call for Papers for the 5th joint IBS-DR/DVFFA Biometry Workshop in Würzburg

Second announcement and Call for Papers for the 5th joint IBS-DR/DVFFA Biometry Workshop in Würzburg

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July 17, 2015

logo2This is the second announcement for the biometrics workshop which will take place from 7 to 9 of October 2015 at the Hubland Campus of the University of Würzburg.
The information on Workshop as well as on abstract submission can be addiitonally found in

http://ibs-dr-workshop2015.earth-observation.info/submission/
In order to register and submit the contributions, please send an email until 15th of August 2015 to:

hooman.latifi@uni-wuerzburg.de

The registration email should contain the following information:

  • One MS-Word (.docx) file of the contribution abstract (Max. 300 words and up to 5 keywords)
  • Name and Surname of the presenting author
  • Affiliation of the presenting author (Institution, City, Country)
  • Contact details (Email, Phone number and P.O Box)
  • Indication of whether or not a participation certificate is required by the author

The workshop is organized by the working groups “Ecology and Environment”, “Bayesian Methods” and “Spatial Statistics” of the International Biometric Society- German Region together with the section “Forest Biometry and computer science” at the German Association of Forest Research Organizations (DVFFA). The workshop  venue will be the Central Seminar and Lecture Building of the University of Würzburg (ZHSG) in Hubland campus.

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In addition to the presented contributions, Lauri Mehtätalo (Universities of Eastern Finland and Helsinki) will give a comprehensive tutorial on “Mixed-effects mdoels in theory and practice”.

 

Best regards and looking forward to your contributions

The organizing team

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