The 22nd annual International Conference on Information Technology in Landscape Architecture, Digital Landscape Architecture DLA 2021, will be held at the Dessau Campus of Anhalt University, Germany -> .dla-conference.com/ . We invite you to contribute to this conference on all aspects of technologies in landscape architecture.
The “Extended Abstract” should have a minimum of 1200 and maximum of 2000 words including key references and additional selected graphics as attachment. Submit the abstract as a pdf file online via the web-based submission system.
NEWS: By November 15 we have received 61 extended abstracts for review. 51 reviewers are evaluating the abstracts during a blind review until December 10.. The authors are asked to submit their full paper for review by January 10. Full papers submited in time for full paper review will be reviewed by January 25. Please contact email@example.com for further questions.
Important dates for the review process are:
Abstracts due: November 15, 2020
Notification of acceptance: December 10, 2020
OPEN for upload for second - full paper review: January 5, 2021
Full manuscript draft due: January 10, 2020
Next: Revised manuscript due: February 15, 2021
Conference: May 26–28, 2021
Opening of Call for Posters: February 15, 2021
Accepted abstracts will be invited to be submitted as a full paper for a second fully blind peer review. Accepted papers will be published as fully blind peer-reviewed papers in Journal of Digital Landscape Architecture 6-2021 by Wichmann, Berlin Offenbach: www.JoDLA.info.
The author’s fee for the publication is currently 350 Euros for the standard 8 pages of print with the option of publishing extra pages at 50 Euros per additional page. With the contribution for publishing cost you also will receive an author’s copy. For the author’s teams, additional books at a reduced price are available. The author’s publication fee includes the author’s Hard Copy and the open access publication at www.jodla.info.
The DLA conference fees for contributing authors to JoDLA are reduced.