Program and Abstracts (.pdf)

First day program, Thursday, 7 September 2023

9:00–10:00 Registration
10:00-10:30 Opening Ceremony

Prof. Dr. Lena Mirošević, Chair of the Local Organizing Committee
Prof. Dr. Josip Faričić, Chair of the International Scientific Committee
Josipa Zanki, Prof., Croatian Geogaphic Society – Zadar, Vice-President
Prof. Emer. Miljenko Lapaine, Croatian Cartographic Society, President
Prof. Dr. Dijana Vican, Rector fo the University of Zadar
Assist. Prof. Dr. Dušan Petrovič, member of the ICA Executive Committee
Mrs Maja Pupačić, Deputy Director General of the State Geodetic Administration

10:30-11:00 Keynote Lecture
Peter Jordan
How to Optimize Toponymy on Modern Maps?
11:00-12:00 Session 1

Josip Faričić, Tome Marelić, Julijan Sutlović
Pitfalls of Uncritical Reproduction of Geographical Content on Nautical Charts of the Adriatic Sea

Zlatko Horvat
Međimurje on Cartographic Representations in the late 18th and Early 19th Century with a Special Focus on the Work of Geometer János Tomasich (Ivan Tomašić)

Ludovico Maurina, Silvia E. Piovan
Disclosing a Cartographic Heritage of the Suburbs of Padova (Italy) for the Dissemination of Geohistorical Awareness

12:00-12:30 Coffee Break
12:30-13:30 Session 2
Tome Marelić
How Much Did Late Medieval Cartographers Really Know About the Geometry of Portolan Charts?
Roel Nicolai
Who Mapped Africa on the Nautical Charts of the Age of Discovery?
Marina Viličić, Emilia Domazet
Interdisciplinary Approach to the Processing of the Volume VII of the Valvasors Graphic Collection of the Archdiocese of Zagreb
13:30-14:30 Lunch at the Barbakan Restaurant, Ruđera Boškovića Street 5
19:00 Openning of the Old Atlases – New Stories exhibition
20:00 Dinner at the Barbakan Restaurant


Second day program, Friday, 8 September 2023
Location: Ceremonial Hall of the University of Zadar, Obala kralja Petra Krešimira IV No. 2, Zadar
9:30-10:00 Presentation
Dušan Petrovič
International Cartographic Association (ICA) − Mission and Activities
10:00-11:30 Commission on Map Projections
Krisztián Kerkovits
The Origin of the Apian Map Projections
Michael T. Gastner, Nihal Z. Miaji, Adi Singhania, Nguyen Phong Le
Topology-Aware Line Densification for Reprojected Curves on Maps
Miljenko Lapaine
On the Definition of Standard Parallels
Krisztián Kerkovits
ICA Commission on Map Projections
11:30-12:00 Coffee Break
12:00-12:30 Keynote Lecture
Joep Crompvoets
Introduction to Geospatial Technology Hype Cycle
12:30-13:30 Lecture and Poster Session
Robert Župan, Željka Molak Župan, Branko Manojlović, Stanislav Frangeš
The Future of Cartography Within AI
Arli Llabani, Namik Kopliku
An Accuracy Assessment Between UAV Photogrammetry and Terrestrial Laser Scanning for the Documentation of Cultural Heritage Areas
Comparison of Current Models of Planimetric Transformation Between References ETRF2000 and ALB-1986
Bledar Sina, Gezim Hasko
Comparison of the Current Models of Transformation of Ellipsoidal to Orthometric Heights
13:30-14:30 Lunch at the Barbakan Restaurant
18:00- 20:00 Zadar Guided Tour and Sightseeing
20:00 Dinner at the Barbakan Restaurant


Third day program, Saturday, 9 September 2023
Island of Pag Guided Tour


Social events 

Old Atlases – New Stories (Catalog in pdf)

The exhibition of old atlases from Zadar's libraries and archives is an opportunity to present these valuable cartographic works, which, along with encyclopaedias and dictionaries, were the most important compendia of knowledge. Atlases were often books in which authors had the opportunity to present in one place the latest knowledge about space as well as their cartographic techniques, so they had an important informative, educational, and methodological function. In addition to this utilitarian function, they also had an aesthetic function, so they reflect cartography as a complex discipline in which science and art are intertwined. Therefore, it is always possible to approach any old atlas with new approaches and to invent new stories about it.

Island of Pag Guided Tour

Pag belongs to the north Dalmatian archipelago, and it extends northwest–southeast along the coast, forming the Velebit Channel. Pag is a fascinating island with unique geographical features, a colourful vibrant community, rich cultural heritage, and an exciting tourist offer.

It is home of eponymous cheese, lamb and lace, all universally acknowledged, appreciated and celebrated around the globe!

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