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Abstract Submission Guidelines

To facilitate the abstract submission process and the subsequent follow up process, please consider the following guidelines and deadlines mentioned.

Abstract Submission

  • Submit your abstract to com7figseoul@gmail.com

  • Abstracts Submission Deadline: 12 July 2019

  • Notification of Acceptance: 17 July 2019

Abstract Structure

  • Format : Text should be typed on MS WORD in single line spacing (of 12 character spaces) using Times New Roman 12

  • Paper size: A4 (210mm x 297 mm), with clear margins as follows: top, left and right 25mm/ bottom 50mm / header and footer 20mm (Keep empty)

  • Language: English

  • Title : Bold letters Times New Roman 14 (centered), leave one line empty (14) after the title

  • Author and co-authors: Times New Roman 12 (centered, bold), and country. Leave two lines empty (12) after the name

  • Keywords: Four or five key words on theme (Times New Roman 12, ranged left), leave two lines empty (12) after keywords

  • Please send in a brief personal information together with the abstract

  • Your 250-300 words abstract describing the objectives, results and conclusions

  • Please feel free to submit an abstract on any topic related to the specific sessions below


Session 1 : The Smart City and Digital Twin

1.1   Digital twin: what is it and why we need it

1.2   Fit for purpose, deregulation and the Efficient use of surveying Technologies for Digital Twin and smart city success

1.3   The Merging of Human, Nature and Technology for Smart City

1.4   Disaster Management and Land Information systems

Session 2 : Cadaster & Land Administration

2.1   Partnerships with the private sector in the land sector to achieve the SDGs

2.2   The Land Administration challenges and future in the AP Region

2.3   Land Registration in a Smart Life

Session 3 : Cadaster 4.0 (citizen Cadaster)

3.1   The Smart City focused on the Needs of Citizen

3.2   The Sustainable Land Administration by the Community demands

3.3   Digital Twin and collaboration between government, citizens and the private sector