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Venue: Uni Carl-Vogt on ground floor. 66 Bd Carl-Vogt, Geneva at 12.15

  • Mai 24. Steven Ramage, GEO, Geneva, Switzerland
    ABC of GEO: an insight into the future of the Group on Earth Observations
  • April 12. Prof. Sandra Luque. IRSTEA Montpellier, FRANCE
    Finding solutions from space: Essential Biodiversity Variables (RS-EBVs) for conservation planning
  • January 31. Dr. Brian Killogh, NASA, USA
    Open Data Cubes - A Big Data Solution for Global Capacity Building
  • November 16. Dr. Christoph Häuser, Naturkundemuseum Berlin (MfN), Germany
    Outcomes from the European Biodiversity Observation Network (EU-BON) project

  • November 9. Prof. Antoine Guisan, UNIL, Switzerland
    Spatial modelling of biodiversity in alpine landscapes: from species to ecosystem services

  • October 19. Dr. Carsten Monstska, Forschungszentrum Juelich GmbH, Germany
    Integrated hydrological simulations from groundwater to atmosphere and the role of soil moisture observations

  • September 14.. Dr. Perrine Hamel, NatCap, Stanford University, USA
    Investment in watershed management programs - from local to global scale

  • Mai 5. Dr. Alessandro Gimona, The James Hutton Institute, UK
    Integrating biodiversity and ecosystem services in spatial planning for multi-functional landscapes

  • April 10.: Dr. Joan Maso, University of Barcelona
    Lessons learned from Connecting GEO: Coordinating an Observation Network of Networks EnCompassing saTellite and IN-situ to fill the Gaps in European Observations
  • March 6: Dr. Camino Liquete, Joint Research Center
    Ecosystem services assessment and mapping
  • February 6.: Prof. Christoph Zollikofer, University of Zurich
    Agent based model of human dispersal at a global scale
  • December 5: Prof. François Grey, University of Geneva
    GeoSocial: what would it take to make a global crowdsourcing platform for the SDGs? 
  • November 28: Prof. Ariane Burke, Université de Montréal
    L’impact de l’environnement sur la dynamique des populations humaines au cours du Dernier Maximum Glaciaire (19,000-23,000 A.P.)
  • November 7: Prof. Mario Giampiero, University of Barcelona.
    Moving Towards Adaptive Governance in Complexity: Informing Nexus Security” (MAGIC)
  • October 10: Prof. Dorian Gorgan, Technical University of Cluj-Napoca.
    Flexible and Adaptive High Performance Computation on Environmental Big Data 
  • September 5: Dr. Nicolas Ray, University of Geneva.
    Enabling access to data and information on the extraction of natural resources: the MAP-X platform
  • June 22: Prof. Maria Brovelli, Politecnico di Milano: (!!! at the International Environmental House at 12.15 !!!)
    VGI, geocrowdsourcing and GFOSS
  • Mai 2: Prof. Stefano Nativi, CNR, Florence: (!!! at the WMO building at 12.30 !!!)
    From Data to Knowledge: the GEOSS case study
  • April 4: Dr. Barbara Ryan, GEO secretariat, Geneva :
    Building a Global Earth Observation System of Systems (GEOSS) and the Importance of Broad, Open Data Policies
  • March 7: Prof. Adrienne Grêt-Regammey, ETH Zurich: 
    The future of Ecosystem Services assessment
  • February 1: Ing. Prof. Andrew Skidmore, ITC, Utrecht: 
    Illegal logging – the extent of the problem 
  • December 7: Prof. Michael Schaepman, University of Zurich: 
    From photons to policy: remotely sensing the impact of global change drivers on biodiversity at various scales
  • November 2: Prof. Čedo Maksimović, Imperial College London: 
    Innovative integrated city planning for resilience to climate changes and extreme weather - Blue Green Solutions
  • October 5: Ing. Pierluigi Cau, CRS4, Sardaigna: 
    Modeling tools and web based Information systems for the management of GIS data


21 septembre 2017