About the conference

The GeoMundus Conference is an international Geoinformatics and Geospatial Technologies conference organized by students for students. It is hosted by the students of the Erasmus Mundus Master's program in Geospatial Technologies, https://mastergeotech.info. Since 2009, the GeoMundus conference has been hosted annually - alternating between the program’s organizing universities- NOVA IMS (Lisbon, Portugal), WWU (Münster, Germany) and UJI (Castellón de la Plana, Spain). This year, the 15th edition of the conference will be held at the Universitat Jaume I, Castellón de la Plana, Spain. This conference is free of charge.

The approach of students organizing a conference for students is quite unique. However, the participants include experts, researchers, professionals, policymakers, and the general public. Anyone who is curious or enthusiastic about geospatial technologies and their applications can participate in this conference! It is a fantastic opportunity to engage with this exciting and fast-growing field and to network with a diverse group of people at the cutting edge.

As students and members of the geospatial community, we want to bring together a multi-disciplinary group of experts, students, researchers, policymakers and professionals to critically discuss the crucial role of the increasingly abundant and improved geospatial data and rapidly advancing geospatial technologies in accelerating the efforts towards a sustainable future.

The 15th edition will be in-person attendance.

This year’s conference will feature keynote speakers, workshops, paper and poster presentations, career development, and networking events. Past keynotes have included illustrious names from Geospatial space such as Dr. Michael Goodchild, Dr. Werner Kuhn, and John Nelson.

This year’s focus topic

Apart from the general theme of Geoinformatics and Geospatial Technologies, each new conference edition additionally highlights a specific focus topic in dedicated conference slots. This year's conference will focus on Geospatial Intelligence for a Sustainable Future. As the world is gradually approaching the deadline for achieving the 17 sets of Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) defined by the United Nations (UN) to guide countries to sustainable futures, we are keen to know how geospatial data and technologies have been contributing to achieving and monitoring the progress of these global goals. This conference will allow researchers, academics, students, policymakers, and professionals to share their latest research, activities and perspectives on the roles that geospatial information and technologies are playing in the efforts to accomplish these SDGs. Also, it will provoke discussions on how we can speed up the progress of fulfilling the SDGs by leveraging big Earth observation (EO) data and the rapidly advancing geospatial technologies to address several challenges, such as climate change, disasters, food insecurity, and conflicts, which are hindering the realization of the SDGs. This will promote multi-disciplinary insights from participants on topics that cover Geoinformatics and Geospatial Technologies and various aspects of sustainable development such as (but not limited to):

ONLINE LIBRARY – 15th GeoMundus's paper proceedings

We would like to thank all the authors for their contribution to our conference. All papers accepted for 15th GeoMundus 2023 have been published in the official proceedings. Access the following papers below for download

“Risk Assessment of Cholera Epidemic in Cameroon” - Oluwafemi John Ifejube, Marc van den Homberg, Frank Badu Osei, & Danielle Rachman. (Travel grant awardee)
“Data Fusion for Multi-task Learning of Building Extraction and Height Estimation” - Saad Ahmed Jamal & Arioluwa Aribisala. (Travel grant awardee)
“Concept and Development of an Expert System to Identify Optimal Locations for Kitesurfing Using Python Language” - Aleksandra Jastrzębska.
“The Spatial Roots of Voting Behavior and Spatial Regimes: The Turkish General Elections (2018) Case” - Fırat Gündem.
“Sustainable Solutions for Flood: Mapping Risks, Assessing Coping Capacities, and Promoting Rainwater Harvesting Initiatives” - Muhammad Qasim.

Our Conference Group Photos

Organizing Team, Sponsors and some of the participants in the 2023 edition.


Welcome to the 15th edition of the GeoMundus Conference! Registration for the GeoMunuds 2023 conference will be opened soon.

The attendance in Castellon is limited to the venue's capacity, so please make sure to register as soon as the registration link is available. Follow us on our social media handles to stay updated and know when the registration opens.

For any questions or further information please send us an email at program@geomundus.org

The registration for the GeoMundus Conference 2023 is now open, you can register using the form below:

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Keynote Speakers

Experts and specialists in the geospatial field and other related fields from the academia, industry, and NGOs will give insightful keynote speeches on emerging topics in Geoinformatics, Geospatial Technologies and GI Applications, with a keynote speech dedicated to “Geospatial Intelligence for a Sustainable Future”. Information about the keynote speakers and the keynote topics will be updated soon!

Workshop Leaders

The Workshop Session has long been a vital component of the Geomundus conference, and this year's edition is anticipated to be truly remarkable. This year, we have on board: Nyi Nyi Nyan Lin (Photogrammetry, computer vision, image processing, WebGIS); Onyeukwu Nnadozie Uzoma (AUVSI-certified drone pilot and expertise in Unmanned Aircraft Systems and GIS); Itza Hernandez-Sequeira (Specialist in GIS, RS and AI applications); Babatunde Aremu (Geospatial professional, founder of Geospatial Hub). There is more to learn and know about the expertise of our workshop leaders and the interesting topics, please check the workshop page to learn more. To receive the latest updates on the workshop sessions at GeoMundus 2023, make sure to check the program schedule and follow us on social media.

Sponsors & Partners

GeoMundus is seeking partners from both the public and private sector including but not limited to the spatial, technological, scientific, governmental, academic fields. We will be thrilled to have your support and participation in this international event.

Do you want your logo to appear in this section? Maybe you want to sponsor a specific event at the conference... There are endless ways to contribute to enhancing both Geomundus and your business. Contact us at budget@geomundus.org for more information on how to be a part of this unique conference! We will be glad to discuss your ideas to sponsor the GeoMundus Conference 2023 and future years.


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Location & Contact

Arrival Information to University of Jaume I [PDF]

Mailing address

Universitat Jaume I
School of Technology and Experimental Sciences, Room TD0301CC
Avenida de Vicent Sos Baynat, 12071
Castellón de la Plana, Spain