Geoinformatics FCE CTU 2011
Geoinformatics FCE CTU 2011
Prague, Czech Republic, 19-20 May 2011
The conference 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: Helena Mitasova, NC State University, U.S.A. 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 Alessandro Frigeri, Istituto di Fisica dello Spazio Interplanetario - INAF, Roma, Italy Martin Hrubý, Faculty of Information Technology, Brno University of Technology, Czech Republic Martin Landa, Faculty of Civil Engineering, Czech Technical University in Prague, Czech Republic Markus Metz, GIS and Remote Sensing Unit at Fondazione Edmund Mach, Italy Markus Neteler, GIS and Remote Sensing Unit at Fondazione Edmund Mach, Italy Jiří Poláček, Czech Office for Surveying, Mapping and Cadastre (COSMC), Prague, Czech Republic Stefan A. Tzeggai, wikisquare, Bonn, Germany
|Department of Mapping and Cartography|
|Faculty of Civil Engineering|
|Czech Technical University in Prague, Czech Republic|
|Room B169 (building B)|
|Location & Transportations|
|Accommodation in Prague|
Prague has an international airport and is also reachable by train, bus or car.
- Alessandro Frigeri
| Thursday, May 19, 11.45 a.m. |
Alessandro Frigeri is a Research Fellow at Istituto di Fisica dello Spazio Interplanetario of the National Institute for Astrophysics in Rome, Italy. He is involved the scientific activities of planetary missions returning remote sensing data of Solar System bodies. His research interests range from computer science to planetary geology and geophysics.
- Markus Neteler
| Thursday, May 19, 4.45 p.m. |
Markus Neteler holds a PhD in Physical Geography from University of Hannover. At Fondazione Edmund Mach, he focuses on remote sensing for environmental risk assessment and FOSSGIS development.
- Helena Mitasova
| Friday, May 20, 2.30 p.m. |
Helena Mitasova is Associate Professor at the Department of Marine, Earth and Atmospheric Sciences, North Carolina State University (NCSU) in Raleigh, NC, USA and a member of GRASS development team since 1991. Her PhD is from the Slovak Technical University, Bratislava, Slovakia.
Note: This is preliminary program, changes are expected.
Thursday 19 May
- 10.00 Čepek A.: Welcome words
- 10.15 Tichy M.: Klet Observatory - European Contribution to Detecting and Tracking of Near Earth Objects
- 11.30 Coffee break
- 11.45 Frigeri A: GIS goes around the Solar System: insights of Free Open Source Software for Geospatial in planetary data
- 15.00 Antonello A.: Linking environmental models together to make the world a better place: the GIS approach (PDF)
- 15.30 Dorner W: gvSIG in the academic education of heterogeneous target groups - experiences in lectures, exercises and eLearning (PDF)
- 16.00 Jezek J.: Data Architecture for Sensor Network based on PostGIS
- 16.30 Coffee break
- 16.45 Neteler M.: From historical aerial maps to a biotope map: ecologial image processing in GRASS GIS
- 17.45 Metz M.: Processing of massive spatial datasets in GRASS GIS
- 18.15 Minelli A.: A GRASS GIS application for vertical sorting of sediments analysis in River Dynamics (PDF)
Friday 20 May
- 10:30 Ruzicka J.: Integrating DROOLS and R software for intelligent map system (PDF)
- 11.00 Coffee break
- 11.15 Szczepanek R.: Towards open and interoperable hydrological library (PDF)
- 14.30 Mitasova H.: Landscape dynamics from LiDAR: features, metrics and processes (ODP)
- 16.30 Coffee break
- 16.45 Kratochvilova A.: Graphical User Interface for composing hardcopy map outputs in GRASS GIS (PDF)
- 17.15 Jasiewicz J., Di Leo M.: Application of GRASS fuzzy inference system in flood prone areas prediction (PDF)
- 19.30 Conference closing dinner - Klášterní šenk - map
- Bus 180 from bus stop Dejvicka to Brevnovska (7th bus stop)
- May 12
- Registration for active participants closed
- May 19-20
- Conference dates
- September 1
- Call for papers closed
- September 30
- Deadline for papers
- Geoinformatics FCE CTU, Volume 7 release date
There are no registration fees. You can submit a presentation (active participation in the conference), a paper for Geoinformatics FCE CTU journal (without active participation in the seminar) or both.
- Presentations / Posters
- Deadline for registration of active participants is May 12. If you are interested to have a talk in the program of the conference please send a short abstract to the contact person. Standard length for talks is 30 minutes (25 minutes of presentation and 5 minutes of questions).
- Please send your abstract in English till September 1 (see important dates) to the contact person.
- 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 7, ISSN 1802-2669.
- Abstract submissions for papers/presentations/posters include:
- Author/presenter name(s)
- Complete address, phone, and fax information
- Brief presenter biography (25 words or less)
- Abstract (400 words or less)
Contact person • Martin Landa • martin.landa fsv.cvut.cz
- Hruby M.: Designing a New Raster Sub-System for GRASS-7
- Tichy M.: Klet Observatory - European Contribution to Detecting and Tracking of Near Earth Objects
- Jezek J.: Data Architecture for Sensor Network
- Dorner W., Scheffer J., Zink R.: gvSIG in the academic education of heterogeneous target groups - experiences in lectures, exercises and eLearning
- Voldan P.: Developing web map application based on user centered design
- Szczepanek R.: Proposal of a Python interface to OpenMI, as the base for open source hydrological framework
- Netek R.: Possibilities of contactless control of web map applications by sight
- Petras V.: Implementation of SQLite database support in program gama-local
- Ruzicka J.: Integrating DROOLS and R software for intelligent map system
- Minelli A.: A GRASS GIS application for vertical sorting of sediments analysis in River Dynamics