Geospatial Data Analysis Under the Umbrella of One Health (EnGeoData)

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Current context of urbanization, globalization, high mobility/trade, and climate change amid the health domain favors the (re-) emergence of known and unknown diseases. Thus, geospatial and environmental data analysis for One Health is crucial to provide insights into the connections between humans, animals, and environment. This type of analysis allows us to identify and monitor health issues that arise due to the interactions between these three areas. However, it is challenging due to: (1) the multi-modality of the data (e.g., unstructured, imaging, semantic, spatial, temporal, among others); and (2) the difficulty in choosing the “most appropriate” knowledge discovery process according to specific field needs (e.g., animal, plant or human health; crisis and disaster surveillance). EnGeoData’2023 aims to provide high quality research facing the challenges mentioned above with theoretical and/or experimental approaches.

  • Paper submission: May 22, 2023
  • Paper Notification: July 17, 2023
  • Paper Camera-ready: August 7, 2023
  • Mathieu Roche, Cirad, TETIS, France
  • Antonio Lossio-Ventura, National Institutes of Health, USA
  • Hamid Laga, Murdoch University, Australia
  • Maguelonne Teisseire, INRAE, TETIS, France