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Important Dates

12.09.2007

Call for papers    Poster  

18.03.2008

Submission of extended abstracts

10.04.2008

Notification of acceptance

31.05.2008

Final version of the papers

30.06.2008

Early payment deadline

10.-12.09.2008

EnviroInfo 2008 conference

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Wednesday, September 10 Afternoon
Paper Session 1.1 - 13.30 - 15.00
WS - ICT-based Corporate Communication and Sustainability Reporting
Chair: Ralf Isenmann, Claus Lang-Koetz, Jorge Marx Gómez
WS - Instruments for supporting sustainable environmental planning
Chair: Mariele Evers
Applications of Geographical Information Systems
Chair: Alberto Susini
WS – Towards an Integrated Information Space for the Environment in Europe
Chair: Thomas Pick, Werner Pillmann, Werner Geiger
Automated Reporting of Corporate Sustainability Data - An Analog of Automated Internet Sustainability Reporting

J. Emil Morhardt
Rankings of Refrigerants Based on Different Assessment Methods

Monika Weckert, Guillermo Restrepo, Silke Gerstmann, Hartmut Frank
Geographic Information System Applied to Industrial Symbiosis: A Case Study in Geneva, Switzerland

Guillaume Massard, Michael Kalbermatten, Suren Erkman
Challenges of SEIS and SISEE: Integrating Environmental Knowledge in Europe

Jiří Hřebíček, Rudolf Legat, Michael Nagy
Solving Environmental Management and Public Relation Issues by Combining Industrial Environmental Information Systems with Automated Environmental Reporting

Daniel Süpke, Nabil Allam, Jorge Marx Gómez
Factors of Success and Failure for Computer-Aided Instruments in Environmental Planning

Mariele Evers

Integrated Assessment Model for Urban Energy Network System

Takeshi Ishida, Shunsuke Mori
E-Government Working Group for Environmental Information in Austria – Moving towards SEIS

Rudolf Legat, Hans-Jörg Krammer, Katharina Schleidt, Michael Nagy, Johannes Mayer
Corporate Sustainability Reporting Towards Sustainability Network of Corporate Communication

Andreas Solsbach, Jorge Marx Gómez
Federated eParticipation Systems on Environmental Issues and its Role in Businesses

Jiří Hřebíček, Yannis Charalabidis, Euripidis Loukis, Rob Peters
Process Analysis of Dynamic Geo-Visualization in Environmental Crisis Management

Jaroslav Ráček, Tomáš Ludík
Sharing Environmental Information at Various Hierarchical Levels of Abstraction – Some Experiences in the Netherlands

Onno M. Knol, Laurens J. Brandes, C. Wim M. van der Maas
      Fostering the Vision of Information Sharing in Europe

Gerald Schimak, Thomas Usländer
Paper Session 1.2 - 15.30 - 17.00
WS - ICT-based Corporate Communication and Sustainability Reporting
Chair: Ralf Isenmann, Claus Lang-Koetz, Jorge Marx Gómez
WS - Spatial Data Infrastructures and Data Mining
Chair: Nguyen Xuan Thinh
Applications of Geographical Information Systems
Chair: Peter Niemeyer
WS – Towards an Integrated Information Space for the Environment in Europe
Chair: Thomas Pick, Werner Pillmann, Werner Geiger
Sustainability Reporting à la carte – Concept and Implementation of a Software Tool with Shopping Cart Functionality <

Ralf Isenmann, Jorge Marx Gómez, Daniel Süpke
Spatial Data Infrastructures and Data Mining – An Introduction

Nguyen-Xuan Thinh, Gotthard Meinel
Extension of Coding Cevni Signs and Marking for European Waterways

Jadranka Pecar-Ilic, Ivica Ruzic, Laszlo Redly
INSPIRE-ing GEMET – Enhancing Metadata Creation and Discovery

Nicole Ostländer, Michael Lutz
Key Performance Indicators for Sustainable Reporting According to NACE

Jiří Hřebíček, Karel Kisza, Matej Stefanik
Shaping PortalU®/InGrid® to Meet the INSPIRE Requirements - First Experiences and Some Considerations on how to Efficiently Organize the German Spatial Data Infrastructure as INSPIRE Node

Martin Klenke, Fred Kruse, Stefanie Uhrich, Christiane Giffei, Sybille Peters
Developing Internet-GIS for Environmental Management in Mekong Delta (Vietnam)

Van Manh Vu, Peter Korduan, Pham Ha Anh
The Information Technology of the German Environmental Information Portal PortalU® as Tool for the European Level?

Stefanie Uhrich, Fred Kruse, Martin Klenke, Christiane Giffei, Sybille Peters
Environmental Markup Language (EML): A Material and Energy Balancing XML Schema Definition

Henner Graubitz, Hans-Knud Arndt, Andreas Dammert
Spatial Similarities in Regard to Urbanisation and Diversity

Martin Behnisch
Full Automatic Calculation of Settlement Structure on Base of Topographic Raster Maps

Gotthard Meinel
Making Environmental Research Data Publicly Available – Experiences from Ireland

Peter Mooney, Adam C. Winstanley
How Green Is the Web? Visualising the Power Quality of Websites

Stefan Naumann, Sascha Gresk, Kerstin Schäfer
Semantic Enhancement of Environmental Metadata

Sandro Bischof, Bettina Bauer-Messmer
Semantic Network Service (SNS) Update and Future Vision film

Thomas Bandholtz, Maria Rüther