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Open Data Science Europe workshop 2022

13–16 June 2022
Faculty of Civil Engineering, Czech Technical University in Prague, Thákurova 7, Praha 6, Czech Republic

The workshop is part of the activities within the framework of Geo-harmonizer: EU-wide automated mapping system for harmonization of Open Data based on FOSS4G and Machine Learning. Geo-harmonizer is an European project, financed by the European Commission through the European Health and Digital Executive Agency (HaDEA).

Timeline:
• 1st of March 2022 — abstract submissions close (no payments!),
• 15th of March 2022 — selection of abstracts and invitation letters sent,
• 15th of April 2022 — registrations close,
• 13th of June 2022: start of the training session,
• 15th of June 2022: start of the workshop with keynotes;

Connecting Europe through Earth Observation and Open Data Missions

The workshop 2022 follows the main topics of the project:

1. Dynamic mapping of land cover, vegetation, climate and environmental quality indices,
2. Spatiotemporal Machine Learning using Ensemble techniques,
3. Earth Data Cubes: spatiotemporal overlay, modeling and visualization,
4. Geocomputing and geo-harmonization using Python, R and Open Source GIS GDAL, GRASS GIS, QGIS
5. Processing large raster datasets using High Performance and Distributed Computing,
6. Using geospatial harmonized European map products.
7. Using AR/VR for geospatial data visualisation


Call for papers!

You can enter proposals until 2022-03-01 23:59 (Europe/Prague).

This call for papers requires you to submit personal information (name, email address). All information is handled by the Geo-harmonizer consortium. If you don’t feel confortable submitting such information, please contact PhD. Eva Matouskova eva.matouskova@fsv.cvut.cz

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