We're currently planning two events over the next year in the UK: one on "Women in GeoComp", and another on "Teaching Coding for GeoComputation". We'll try and run these in part online for people outside the UK. If you're interested in the former, please contact Alison Heppenstall. For the latter, please contact Andy Evans.
Other than this page, do see our Contact Info for more ways to stay in touch with what is going on.
Sept 2017: If you're over for GeoComputation 2017, you might also like to consider the European Colloquium on Theoretical and Quantitative Geography (ECTQG) 2017, which is immediately after GeoComp, in nearby York. Deadline for 500 word abstracts 31st May.
Sept 2017: On the other side, prior to GeoComp, there's also the Royal Geographical Society meeting in London, 29th Aug to 1st Sept.
November 2017: The North American Meeting of the Regional Science Association International (NARSC) to be held in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, November 8-11, 2017 has a set of special sessions on GeoCompution. For more info, email Suzana Dragićević. They're after abstracts by 26th June.
2018: The folks at Spatial Ecology are running a series of summer schools on GeoComputation using free and Open Source Software in Matera, Italy. There's a full waiting list for this year's, but they're collecting expressions of interest for the next one (details).
July 2017: The 28th International Cartographic Conference of the International Cartographic Association will be in Washington.
Jan 2018: The Location-Based Services 2018 conference will be in Zurich (details).
June 2018: AGILE 2018 will be in Lund, although the Call For Papers is not out yet, but will be on the website when published.
Aug 2018: GIScience 2018 will be in Melbourne (also no Call For Papers yet) (details)
31st August 2016: The King's meeting was followed up by a day of talks and a panel session on the same theme at the Royal Geographical Society annual conference. You can find the abstracts here: Session 1; Session 2; Panel session. Andy didn't get to rant nearly enough, so he wrote an associated blog post.