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PREDICTGIS 2017 - 1st Workshop on Prediction of Human Mobility at ACM SIGSPATIAL 2017 (PredictGIS 2017)

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Category Data Mining;Artificial Intelligence;Computer software and applications

Deadline: September 18, 2017 | Date: November 07, 2017

Venue/Country: Redondo Beach, California, USA, U.S.A

Updated: 2017-09-06 19:53:58 (GMT+9)

Call For Papers - CFP

Call for Paper

1st Workshop on Prediction of Human Mobility at ACM SIGSPATIAL 2017 (PredictGIS 2017)

November 7, Redondo Beach, California, USA

Held in conjunction with the 25th ACM SIGSPATIAL International Conference on Advances in Geographic Information Systems


The prediction of human and vehicle mobility in a city is becoming attracting field. This topic attracts researchers in broad field from the behavioral science, where understanding the complexity of the human mobility behavior is one of the hot topic, to industrial field, which apply the result to many beneficial applications. Recent progress to sensing human mobility via smartphones is boosting this trend. However, due to the complexity and context-dependence of human behavior and the incompleteness and noise of geospatial data collecting from various sensors, the prediction of human and vehicle mobility is still far from solved.

This workshop aims at collecting contributions on the cutting-edge studies in human mobility description, modeling, intelligent computational method which can advance the human and vehicle prediction research.


Potential topics include, but are not limited to:

The next location prediction of individual mobility

The crowd or population mobility prediction

Dynamics of pedestrian, commute flow and migration flow

Traffic congestion, road usage forecast and optimal vehicle routing

Social event forecast using geospatial data

Novel agent mobility simulator

Case study of mobility estimation in academia as well as in industrial field


We welcome submissions of both technical papers and vision/position papers. We have two categories of papers and presentations:

Full research paper: up to 10 pages

Short technical or vision paper: up to 4 pages

Each submission should start with the title and the abstract, the names and contact information of authors. Papers must be electronically submitted in PDF format at the following address:

One author per accepted workshop contribution is required to register for the conference and workshop, to attend the workshop and to present the accepted submission . Otherwise, the accepted submission will not appear in the published workshop proceedings or in the ACM Digital Library version of the workshop proceedings.

To ensure adherence to ACM’s format requirements, please use one of the templates available at:

Important Dates

Paper Submission Due:

September 18, 2017 (Extended)

Notification to the authors:

October 3, 2017

Camera ready papers due:

October 8, 2017

Program Committees

Shin’ya Nakano (ISM)

Masaya Saito (ISM)

Teng Teck-hou (SMU)

Xuan Song (the University of Tokyo)

Hiroshi Kanasugi (the University of Tokyo)

Takehiro Kashiyama (the University of Tokyo)

Tomoya Kitani (Shizuoka University)

Kota Tsubouchi (Yahoo! Japan)


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