SAGEO is the annual International Conference on Spatial Analysis and GEOmatics. It aims to:  present recent and high-quality research in the field of Geomatics and Spatial Analysis, bring together researchers from various disciplines, provide an exchange platform on research and development in Geomatics, on a national and international level, for public or private bodies. 

SAGEO is supported by the Group of Research MAGIS ( from CNRS. It gathers more than 50 French laboratories and 300 scientists working in Geographical Information Science. It aims at developing the research in Geomatics on all its aspects, connecting scientists working in this field and broadcasting innovation and scientific progress. Members of the group share skills in geographical data bases, computational and conceptual modelling, spatial analysis in general and a strong appetite for interdisciplinarity in geographical science. 

As an international conference, SAGEO is of course open to researchers coming from any countries. The official languages are the French and the English. 

SAGEO'2005 was in Avignon, SAGEO'2006 in Strasbourg, SAGEO'2007 in Clermont-Ferrand, SAGEO’2008 in Montpellier, SAGEO’2009 in Paris, SAGEO’2010 in Toulouse, SAGEO’2011 Paris, SAGEO’2012 in Liège, SAGEO’2013 in Brest, SAGEO’2014 in Grenoble, SAGEO’2016 in Nice, SAGEO’2017 in Rouen, SAGEO’2018 in Montpellier, SAGEO’2019 in Clermont-Ferrand.

SAGEO’2021, 16th Spatial Analysys and GEOmatics Conference, conference will be held 5-7 May 2021 in La Rochelle. 

Particular attention will be paid to proposals related to the theme of Intelligent Sustainable Urban Coastline (LUDI), whose main topics are:

- environmental transition
- energy transition
- digital transformation
- governance of an urbanized coastline

It is about understanding, analyzing and anticipating the trajectory of a coastal socio-eco-system which must reconcile the challenges of sustainable development, risk management and the evolution towards smart cities and territories through contributions on coastal, urban or environmental issues. Geomatics approaches are particularly suited to dealing with this theme at the crossroads of disciplines.

We also want to see all geomatics and spatial information themes represented.

Christine Plumejeaud (LIENSs) & Alain BOUJU (L3i)

Deadline for papers : 30th of November 2020

Paper submission deadline 30 th of November (8-12 pp) 

Poster submission deadline  30th of November (2 pp abstract) 

Templates Word et LaTeX

Poster template (summary) Word

The submission site : 

 Answers to authors : week of 8th February

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