OpenDataScience Europe Workshop 2021

OpenDataScience Europe Workshop was a 5-day hybrid event with 16 training sessions for processing data cubes and using machine learning in Open Source, followed by 3 days of conference talks by leading European experts and researchers discussing challenges and opportunities for “Spatiotemporal modelling of European Landscapes and Climate 2000–2020: using EO and Machine Learning“.

The Geo-harmonizer project is delivering a number of novel technologies and value-added EU and global data sets to help network national agencies and increase usability of geospatial data products for decision making. The project consortium is organizing an open Workshop to discuss issues with preparing and using Earth Observation and Machine Learning technologies for harmonizing spatial data and mapping and monitoring landscapes and climate.

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Our training sessions​

OpenGeoHub recorded more than 50 videos, lecturers featuring leading experts and researchers in Open Data Science

OpenGeoHub recorded more than 50 videos, lecturers featuring leading experts and researchers in Open Data Science

Why Open Data are important?

We asked it to the experts.

Martin Herold is Professor of Geoinformation Science and Remote Sensing, Wageningen University. In this interview, we asked Martin to share his thoughts around the challenges and opportunities of Open Data science in solving the greatest challenges of our times.

Pablo Pérez Chaves is the Director of Environmental Services at Finnish Overseas Consultants (FinnOC) In this interview, we asked Pablo to share his thoughts around the challenges and opportunities of Open Data science in solving the greatest challenges of our times.

Patrick Schratz is an R consultant at cynkra, Zurich, and co-developer of the R package mlr3. In this interview, we asked Patrick to share his thoughts around the challenges and opportunities of Open Data science in solving the greatest challenges of our times.