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Call for Papers

The EnviroInfo 2021 is the 35th edition of the long standing and established international and interdisciplinary conference series on leading environmental information and communication technologies. The conference is open for contributions covering innovative topics at the interface between informatics and environmental research.

Important rules for submissions and dates can be found here.

Due to the interdisciplinary character of environmental informatics there is a wide range of topics that were already central to previous conferences and will be still in the heart of the EnvioInfo 2021. Examples include:

  • Earth Observation and Monitoring
  • Environmental Modelling and Simulation
  • Applications of Geographical Information Systems
  • Environmental Information Systems
  • Core and emerging technologies in Environmental Informatics
  • Agent-based simulations in Environmental Informatics
  • Environmental Informatics in Smart Environments: Smart Homes, Buildings, Cities, Communities
  • Citizen science in Environmental Informatics
  • Disaster risk modelling and assessment, disaster response
  • Environmental sensors and environmental informatics
  • Environmental informatics and the Atmospheric Environment
  • Sustainable transportation and energy systems
  • Managing and mitigating climate change and extreme events
  • Sustainable resource management and circular economy
  • Green Software Engineering
  • Robotics and reinforcement learning in Environmental Informatics


EnviroInfo 2021 welcomes papers also on the following topics, where ICT technologies play a crucial role to achieve the sustainability goals of the United Nations in context of the Agenda 2030 and to support societal transformation processes:

  • Digitalization and Sustainability
  • Rebound effects of ICT
  • Societal aspects of Environmental Informatics
  • Environmental Informatics for Developing Countries
  • Smart Farming Systems (Stable 4.0)


Moreover, papers that fall under the main theme of this year’s conference, which is “Computer Science and Sustainability” are particularly welcome. These papers might include deployments, case studies and lessons learned from designing, creating and deploying digital twins of urban communities and environments.