Geoinformatics FCE CTU 2010
Geoinformatics FCE CTU 2010
Prague, Czech Republic, 1st-2nd May 2010
The workshop is focused on the relevance of Free and Open Source Software in Geoinformatics concerning wide range of topics:
- Software development
- Public geodata
- Software patents
- Migration from proprietary software to free software at schools, public administration, etc.
- and many others ...
Chair: Markus Neteler, Fondazione Edmund Mach, Italy Aleš Čepek, Faculty of Civil Engineering, Czech Technical University in Prague, Czech Republic Jáchym Čepický, Help Service - Remote Sensing spol. s r.o., Benešov, Czech Republic Martin Hrubý, Faculty of Information Technology, Brno University of Technology, Czech Republic Stefan A. Tzeggai, wikisquare, Bonn, Germany Martin Landa, Faculty of Civil Engineering, Czech Technical University in Prague, Czech Republic Jiří Poláček, Czech Office for Surveying, Mapping and Cadastre (COSMC), Prague, Czech Republic
- April 25
- Registration for active participants closed
- May 1-2
- Workshop dates
- May 15
- Call for papers closed
- August 31
- Deadline for papers
- Geoinformatics FCE CTU, Volume 5 release date
There are no registration fees. You can submit a presentation (active participation in the seminar), a paper for Geoinformatics FCE CTU journal (without active participation in the seminar) or both.
Deadline for active participants is April 25. If you are interested to have a talk in the program of the seminar please send a short abstract to Martin Landa.
The papers are formatted as wiki-pages. For more information see instructions for authors.
The papers can be written in English (recommended) or Czech (in any case an abstract in English is required). Papers are reviewed. Selected papers will be published in Geoinformatics FCE CTU, Volume 5, ISSN 1802-2669.
Contact person • Martin Landa • martin.landa fsv.cvut.cz
See also accommodation in Prague.
- Bartoň R.: Modern Algorithms for Real-Time Terrain Visualization on Commodity Hardware
- Grill S., Schneider M.: Usage and modication of Geonetwork opensource to automate spatial data publication through map server
- Nowotarska M., Szczepanek R., Pachół P.: Localization of selected FOSS4G desktop packages - state and some remarks
- Potůčková M., Štefanová E.: Utilization of BEAM and NEST open source toolboxes in education and research
- Růžička J.: Testing Metadata Existence of Web Map Services
- Voldán P.: Usability Testing Of Web Mapping Portals
- Introduction into GRASS GIS
- Lector: Martin Landa
- Room: B870 (building B)
- Date: Sunday May 2 (time to be defined)
Note: Number of students in the classroom is limited, the registration (contact the lector by mail) is required.
Faculty of Civil Engineering , CTU in Prague (Where you can find us), Room B169 (building B)
Saturday 1st May
- 10.00 Čepek A.: Welcome words
- 10.15 Novák J.: Fundamentals of a new object - oriented GUI for GNU Gama (PDF)
- 11.05 Coffee break
- 11.20 Neteler M.: 25 Years of GRASS GIS: Sustainable Open Source GIS development
- 11.45 Metz M.: Fast stream extraction from large, radar-based elevation models with variable level of detail in GRASS GIS
- 12.10 Nowotarska M., Szczepanek R., Pachół P.: Localization of selected FOSS4G desktop packages - state and some remarks (PDF)
- 14.45 Čepický J.: PyWPS - the new stuff
- 15.10 Neteler M.: Reconstructing daily MODIS Land Surface Temperature Maps: high performance computing with GRASS
- 15.35 Coffee break
- 16.00 Bartoš J.: INSPIRE (PDF)
- 17.05 OSGeo Czech Chapter discussion
Sunday 2nd May
- 10:25 Voldán P.: User interface of web mapping portals
- 10.50 Coffee break
- 11.05 Hrubý M.: Designing Computer Models for Energy Markets Forecasting (PDF)
- 11.30 Bartoň R.: Modern Algorithms for Real-Time Terrain Visualization on Commodity Hardware (PDF)
- 12.20 Metz M.: Vector capabilities in GRASS 7 (PDF)
- 18.00 Closing Dinner