Main conference topics

GIS in humanities (such as archaeology, history, culture and religion studies, arts studies, etc.);
 GIS in engineering and technology (such as architecture and urban planning, spatial planning, Smart City, information and communication technology, civil engineering and transport, geodesy and cartography, photogrammetry and remote-sensing, UAV Systems, cadastre, real estate management, water management, sustainable development, environmental engineering, mining and energy, geology, etc.);
 GIS in agricultural sciences (such as forestry, agriculture and horticulture, fisheries, etc.);
 GIS in social sciences (such as economics and business, social and economic geography and spatial management, political
science and public administration, law, etc.);
 GIS in natural sciences (such as earth and related environmental sciences, biological sciences, etc.);
 GIS for security purposes (such as shaping safe space, modelling extreme phenomena and disasters, threat maps, crime
mapping, GEOINT, actions of rescue services, etc.).