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ICC 2011

ICC 2011

The 25th International Cartographic Conference and
the 15th General Assembly of ICA took place in Paris, France,
3–8 July 2011.

 

 

Proceedings

Proceedings of the conference (ISBN 978-1-907075-05-6) can be found here (external link)

 

General Assembly Documents

Agenda of the 15th General Assembly in Paris English
French
Appendix 1 – Moscow 2007 minutes English and French
Appendix 2 – President's report English
Appendix 3 – SG report English
French
Appendix 4a – Treasurer's report English
French
Appendix 4b – Accounts English
Appendix 5 – Proposed Budget English and French
Appendix 6 – Strategic plan English
French
Appendix 7a – Guidelines for conferences English
French
Appendix 7b – Support for conferences English and French
Appendix 7c – Guidelines for ICA officers English
French
Appendix 7d – National reports English
French
Appendix 7e – National member organisations English
French
Appendix 8 – Commissions English
French

 

International Cartographic Exhibition

A huge number of maps and map products was exhibited during ICC 2011, for a full list please check the PDF catalogue. The winning entries are listed below – some of them were featured in our Map of the Month section.

Topographic maps 1st: Bohinj (Julian Alps – Triglav – Krn – Crna Prst), Slovenia, details
2nd: Dolomiti di Brenta, Italy
Maps based on satellite images and Remote Sensing 1st: Bhutan, Austria, details
2nd: Antarctic, Norway
Hydrographic or maritime navigation Charts 1st: Oslo Havn, Norway, details
2nd: Port de Djibouti, France, details
Maps and plans of towns and urban areas 1st: 1:10,000 Street Map (Series SM 10C), Hong Kong, details
2nd: Guide Map of Karaj Municipality Areas, Iran, details
Thematic maps 1st: The Beautiful Game: a world of football, United Kingdom, details
2nd: Geological Map of SADC, South Africa
Maps for tourism 1st: Panoramic Tourist Map of Resort Sunny Beach, Bulgaria, details
2nd: Hiking routes between Salmi and Oittaa, Finland, details
Others 1st: Kii-Kinki 360º Panorama Map, Japan, details
2nd: Carte en Relief d’Afrique, Algeria
Educational cartographic resources 1st: South America, Italy, details
2nd: France Physique – Administrative, Ukraine, details
Atlases 1st: Landscape Atlas of the Czech Republic, Czech Republic, details
2nd: New Zealand Photo Atlas, Australia, details
Atlases: educational cartographic resources 1st: Grosser Kozenn-Atlas, Austria, details
2nd: Jacaranda Atlas, seventh edition, Australia, details
Globes 1st: Globe of the Moon, China
Digital products 1st: Litto 3D sur l’île de Ré et sur les îles Ėparses, France, details
2nd: Katmai National Park and Preserve, USA, details
Digital products: educational cartographic resources 1st: eAtlas of Global Development, United Kingdom, details
2nd: Columbus, school maps, Sweden, details

 

Barbara Petchenik Children's World Map Competition

186 drawings from 31 countries were exhibited. Too see them all, please visit the Winner Map Collection at the Carleton University Library. We also have a PDF list. A jury selected the following winning entries:

open all

 
Augustė Kriščiūnaitė (7)
Lithuania
< 9 years

A Message to a Blind Friend

winning map

 
Alisa Yurchenko (7)
Russia
< 9 years

We and our world

winning map

 
Robert Breebaart (11)
South Africa
9–12 years

Global Heartbeat

winning map

 
Juan Edwin Kusmartin (10)
Indonesia
9–12 years

Living in a Globalized World In One Ark

winning map

 
Hayden Livingstone (15)
New Zealand
12–15 years

The World at my Fingertips – Remains a Puzzle

winning map

 
Helena Väinmaa (13)
Estonia
12–15 years

See the World Shining in Your Eyes!

winning map

 
Ana Carolina Otton Sarmanho (12)
Brazil
public vote

The World in a Click

winning map

 
Arian Karimi Jahromi (15)
Iran
public vote

Living in the Globalized World is like a music playing and continents are its alphabets. When you play all together it has meaning

winning map

 

Travel Awards

Maythm Al Bakri Iraq User Generated Content and Formal Data Sources for Integrating Geospatial Data
Andrius Balciunas Lithuania The Possibilities of Functionality Research of Interactive Internet Maps
Haosheng Huang China Incorporating context-aware collaborative filtering into Location Based Services
Adonis Kouame Ivory Coast Cartographie du Risque Bilharzien a Partir de L’utilisation Combinee de la Télédétection et du SIG
Silvija Marinova Bulgaria Cross border maps and disaster management
Andre Mendonca Brazil What do people prefer and what is more effective for maps: A decision making test
Milad Niroumand Iran Optimal Visualization of Satellite Imagery and Superimposed Vector Data; a New Trend to the Conceptual Visualization of Land-Use Maps
Jean Marc Philius Haiti Création d’une plateforme technique de SIG en Haïti / définition des référentiels de base

 

Orienteering event

To see details and results of the orienteering event, please visit our orienteering page.

 

  • Antony Cooper says:

    The link to the ICC 2011 conference web site is no longer valid, so it should be deleted.

    10 July 2014 at 2:23 pm
    • Manuela Schmidt

      Manuela Schmidt says:

      Thank you for the hint! We deleted the link. Best regards, Manuela

      11 July 2014 at 12:22 am

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