The 12th edition of the Théo Quant meetings will take place in Besançon May 20 to 22 2015
Following former editions, the 12th Théo Quant meetings aim at creating a space where generations can meet, allowing experienced researchers to expose original work, and encouraging young researchers to communicate on their ongoing projects.
Initially centered on theoretical and quantitative geography, this conference is widely open on all disciplines where geographical space is part of the analyzed subject.
Théo Quant meetings wish to encourage debates on conceptual and methodological questions, with no particular thematic focus. However some leading themes will be highlighted based on the participants' submitted material.
More info online: http://thema.univ-fcomte.fr/theoq/
Alexandre Moine, geography professor.