I SEE GEOMATICS

Key dates
Proceeding Presidents
- January, 30 2015 :
Noamen REBAI (Président de l’ATG)
Mohamed MASTERE (Président de l’AMJG)
- February, 28th 2015:
Scientific Committe
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Deadline of registration and submission of abstract
Acceptance letters of abstracts
- March, 15th 2015 :
Deadline for final paper submission
Submission
Abstracts should be submitted via electronic mail in MS
word format written on Times New Roman font 12, with
margins of 2.5 cm at the top, below, to the left and to the
right, the title in capital letters, the authors in small letters
with e-mail and affiliations. Abstracts should not exceed
250 words.
isee.atg-tn.org
[email protected]
Publication of articles
Papers presented and accepted by the scientific committee will be published in the proceedings of the colloquium.
Participation fees
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200 Dinars for the Tunisian students and researcher
300 Dinars for the Tunisian senior participants
100 Dinars for accompanying perso
250 Euros for the foreign participants
150 Euros for foreign accompanying persons
The participation fees include registration, documentation and accommodation for 03 nights: meals and coffee
breaks.These fees are to be paid in cash, by order form,
by check the order of the “Association Tunisienne de Geomatique” or by bank transfer in:
Agence BIAT Alyssa 2
RIB : 08 110 01002 200 3597707
IBAN : TN59 0811 0010 0220 0359 7707
Field Trip
History and heritage of Tataouine A trip is scheduled by March
27th, the old city of Tataouine(Ksour), visit of historic sites and
the geologic heritage.
Trip fees: 70 Euros (visit and lunch)
Tunisia
: REBAI Noamen, KILANI Mohamed Kadhem, BOUAZIZ Samir, ABBES Ali, HTIRA Nouri, LOUKIL
Chokri,DHAHA Faouzi, RAZZEG Walid, BRAHAM Ahmed, BEN
CHELBI Mohamed, HAMDI Essaieb, HENTATI Achraf, SARBEJI
Mohamed, FRIHIDA ALI, ACHOUR Hammadi, SOUSSI Bilel,
GANNOUNI Sonia, SMIDA Habib, RIAHI Yadh, TURKI Mohamed Moncef, BEN MAMMOU Abdallah, ABDELJAOUED Saadi,
CHAABANI Fradj, KHMIRI Sami, OUERGHI Sarra, KHANFI
Rachid, BEN RJEB, Mondher, BELGUITH Abderrazak, MAALAL
Khalifa, BARGAOUI Zoubeida, KARRAY Raouf, SLAMA Tarak.
SEFI Mohamed, FRIHIDA Ali, MEDDEB Samir, MAJDOUB
Mounir, BOUASSIDA Mounir, CHAHED Jamel, HANI Khaled.
First International Congress
I SEE GEOMATICS
Mapping and Spatial Analysis of
Socio-Economic and Environmental
Indicators (ISEE)
For the Local and Regional Sustainable
Development (DDLR)
France : JOSSELIN Didier, RUAS Anne, GROUSSENMEYER
Pierre, MEGHRAOUI Mustapha, VANDENDRICH Jean Pierre,
DEROIN Jean Pierre, LACAZE Bernard, KASSER Michel,
Morocco : MASTERE Mohamed, AIT IBRAHIM Lahsen, EL
MANSOURI Bouabid, MRIDEKH Abdelaziz, MOUMEN Aniss, EL
GAROUANI Abdelkader, ZABADI Adil, BEN AZZOUZ Said.
Spain : SANCHEZ DIAZ Francisco, PARDO PEREZ Emelio,
Tunisian Association of Geomatics (ATG)
Moroccan Association of Young Geomaticians (AMJG)
Village of Sciences in Tataouine (Sciences City in Tunis)
VILLAR IGLESIAS Agustin.
Algeria : ATHMANIA Jamel, BAYOU Boualem, HAMZA Abdallah, SEBHI Salim, SOUIDI Zahira, HADJI Rihab.
Italy : ZOPPIS Rodolfo, ANZIDEL Michel, BENIAMINO
Organization committe
CST Members : Slim FEKIH, Slimene SEDRETTE, Hassen TAHRI, Fatma
KASSAB, Anis WARDI, Dalel HAJJI, Nader BEL HAJ ALI.
ATG members :
Mohamed Kadhem KILANI, Samir BOUAZIZ, Essaieb Hamdi, Hichem TRABELSI,
Abderraouf ABIDI, Abdelkader MOUSSI, Houda JERIDI, Sonda BACCOUCHE,
Basma NEILI, Rakia CHALOUATI, Mohamed BEN CHELBI, Pr Yadh RIAHI,
Sabiha SLEIMI, Slimene SEDRETTE, Nabil DOGHRI, Abdel Adel JELJELI,
Zouhour YAHYAOUI, Sonia GANNOUNI, Insaf ZID, Mohamed MRABET, Achraf
HENTATI, Béchir SFAXI
AMJG Members : Mohamed MASTERE, Anis MOUMEN
Contact informations :
Noamen REBAI, Hichem Trabelsi, Rakia Chalouati
Houda JERIDI, Sonda BACCOUCHE
ATG, ENIT, Département de GC, BP 37
le Belvédère 1002 Tunis, Tunisia
Tél : 216 23291935, Fax + 21671872729
isee.atg-tn.org
atg.geomati[email protected]
Sciences City in Tunis
Aims and scope
Expectation
This proceeding congress aims at providing reliable and
relevant data for the contributors to the regional development. The Mapping specifies a set of up-to-date indicators and which include various domains :
Agriculture, Energy, Industry, Tourism, Transport, Urban
planning, Exploitation of natural resources, Infrastructure,
Health, Environment, Education, Information and Comm
unication Technologies, Social affairs and employability,
Culture, Sport, Religion, Local authorities, etc. Quoting in
reference, the indicators of sustainable development in
Tunisia, Edition 2014 of the Tunisian Observatory center
of the Sustainable Development: (OTEDD), “the national
conference of the sustainable development” on the1st
2014, Gammarth-Tunis.
The colloquium will provide a space to discuss the results
of the undertaken researches in the digital mapping and
its thematic and fundamental applications. It will also offer
the opportunity of a national and international debate of
experts on :
The study and the analysis of indicators;To emphasize the
Public, Private and NGO Partnership To develop new perspectives in the quality, the automation and broadcasting
of the spatial information for the spatial analysis in a Web
environment for a wide public “OPEN DATA”.
The Socio-Economic and Environmental Indicators
(ISEE) allow to observe, to analyze the economic data
and to measure their impact on the immediate environment and their contributions to the social networks. As
example ISEE, we cite :
1-Exploitation rate of natural resources
(water, oil, useful materials, etc),
2-Intensity of the energy consumption by sector
(agriculture, industry and transport),
3- Net Migratory flows per governorate and per reason
4- Quality checking of the air in urban areas
5- Strengthening the adaptation to the climate change
6- Vulnerability of the coastal domain to the risk of
marine submersion due to the sea-level rise, etc.
Within this framework, a case study of the local and regional sustainable development (LRSD) in Tunisia and
particularly the region of Tataouine will be undertaken. A
current state-of-the art of the ISEE is necessary to help
guiding the investors in their actions on the basis of the
geomatic approach and particularly the digital mapping as
well as the spatial and temporal analysis of the ISEE.
Regestration form
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SESSIONS
I- Mapping
and Spatial analysis of the ISEE
1. ISEE and LRSD, study of cases
2. Indicators of the global climate change
3. Spatial Modeling of the ISEE
Ii-Digital Maps technology :
Sandard, Quality and Update
1- Mapping Standard, Quality,
2- Automation of maps updating.
3- Thematic Maps for LRSD (Water, Agriculture, Energy,
Urban Development, Tourism, Environment, Health,
Heritage, natural resources, natural hazards, etc)
IIi- OPEN DATA
1. Spatial Data Infrastructure
2. Land and 3D cadastral information systems for LRSD
3.International experiences of OD
Language
Official languages : Arabic, French and English without
simultaneous translation.
Plenary conferences
1- Michel BOKO (Nobel Prize of Peace 2007): Contribution of the remote sensing and the Geographical
Information System (GIS) to Surface water resources
harvesting in Benin.
2- Mohamed FOURTI (Expert GIS, OTEDD, Tunisia):
the Indicators of Sustainable Development in Tunis.
3- Murgante BENIAMINO (Pr, University of BasilicataItalia): Spatial Autocorrelation Methods in analyzing
socio-economic and environmental phenomen
4- Mohamed Kadhem KILANI (Marketing Expert,
member of the ATG, Prof. of the IEHEC, Tunisia): the
Marketing GIS and the investment policy in Tunisia.
5-Agustín VILLAR IGLESIAS (Institut Andalous des
Études Cartographique, Espagne): Open GIS DATA,
Andalusia experience
6-Yadh Riahi : Riahi (Expert GIS, INSTM/Tunisia): Spatial Data Infrastructure (Interoperability, Safety, Heterogeneousness, Integration, Access right, Update).
7-Mohamed MASTERE (Pr. Institut National
d’Aménagement et d’Urbanisme, Maroc): Consideration of Natural Hazards in development and planning
documents as ISEE : the case of mass movement
8- Samir BOUAZIZ (Prof. Geologist/ENIS, Tunisia):
Indicators of regional development: the raw materials of the Governorate of Tataouine: characterization
and utilization.
Co-organizers :
Governorate of Tataouine, Local authorities, South Office of Development (ODS), National Institute of Research of Arid zone
(INRA), Tunisian Environmental Observatory and Sustainable
development (OTEDD), Ministry of Equipment, Urbanization and
Sustainable Development, Ministry of High Education Research
and TIC, Sciences City of Tunis, High Institute of Technology
study (ISET) and Academic home of Tataouine, International
Center of Environmental Technology of Tunis (CITET), Tunisian Association of Applied Geology (ATGA), National Office of
Mines (ONM), Cadastral and Topography Office (OTC), National
Center of Cartography and Remote Sensing (CNCT), Agency of
Protection and Management of Littoral (APAL), National Agency
of Environmental Protection (ANPE). Scientific Association of
Water Information Systems (SAWIS), Ministry of culture, Ministry of Tourism.