International Association of Chinese Professionals in Geographic Information Sciences (CPGIS)
1992 Buffalo NY USA
Founded 1992, Buffalo NY (USA). Originally registered under Canadian law; currently registered in the State of Michigan (USA).
Promote cooperation between Chinese professionals in geographic information science (GIS); increase exchange of ideas, knowledge and scientific development in GIS and related science between Chinese professionals in China and abroad.
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Executive; Board of Directors. Committees (20): Annual Conference; Journal Management and Publication; Health GIS; Membership; CPGIS Book Series Editorial Board; Education; Go Home; Young Scholar Workshop; Conference Site Selection; Student Paper Competition; Awards; Social Events; Home; Website and Email List; Newsletter Editorial; Advanced Geoinformation Science Training; Bylaw Review; Supporting Women in GIS; Technology Transfer and Entrepreneurship; Standards and Standardization.
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