2022 Living Planet Symposium

World Conference Center Bonn Platz d. Vereinten Nationen 2, Bonn

the European Space Agency’s 2022 Living Planet Symposium focuses on how Earth observation contributes to science and society, and how disruptive technologies and actors are changing the traditional Earth observation landscape, which is also creating new opportunities for public and private sector interactions.

OpenDataScience Europe Workshop 2022

Faculty of Civil Engineering, Czech Technical University Thákurova 7, Praha 6,, Prague

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...


MOOD Summer School 2022

Agropolis Building 1000 Av. Agropolis, Montpellier

To support the uptake of the Horizon-2020 MOOD project's innovations, WP6 led by OpenGeoHub will implement a dynamic knowledge transfer and capacity building addressing...


Open-Earth-Monitor Project Launch

Wageningen University Campus Droevendaalsesteeg 2, Wageningen

A cyberinfrastructure to accelerate the uptake of environmental information and help build user communities at European and global levels Horizon Europe > CL6-2021 >...

OpenGeoHub Summer School Siegburg 2022

Friendly City Hotel Oktopus, Siegburg (Germany) Zeithstraße 110, Siegburg

Summer School 2022 / KISTE project workshop: “Open Source solutions for Earth system data (R, OSGeo, Python)” Dates: 28 August 2022 – 03 September...


Applications deadline for research vacancies 2022

Last call to apply for the OpenGeoHub vacancies: Post-doctoral data scientist: dynamic soil-landscape modeller Post-doctoral data scientist: Global Earth Observation data sets Data scientist:...

Webinar: Hydrography90m, pushing the boundaries of computational hydrology

Wageningen University Campus Droevendaalsesteeg 2, Wageningen

OpenGeoHub free webinar: Hydrography90m: pushing the boundaries of computational hydrology with Giuseppe Amatulli (Yale University). Using the MERIT Hydro Digital Elevation Model at 90m and by employing a suite of GRASS GIS hydrological modules, Giuseppe aims to accurately delineates streams and rivers across the world.