GEOBIZ progress meeting
3rd Erasmus+ GEOBIZ progress meeting will be held on 9th December, 2020. The meeting will be online and the hosts are team Faculty of Geodesy, University of Zagreb. Draft Agenda can be found below.
1st GEOBIZ project Advisory Committee meeting
1st GEOBIZ PAC meeting was held online on December 2nd, 2020. Read more about the topic of the meeting in the notice.
Survey report - Academia-Business Survey on Needs and Cooperation in Field of Spatial Data Infrastructures
Here you can find interesting and relevant document: Survey report - Academia-Business Survey on Needs and Cooperation in Field of Spatial Data Infrastructures (2020) This survey was undertaken as part of the Erasmus+ project BESTSDI – ‘Western Balkans Academic Education Evolution and Professional’s Sustainable Training for Spatial Data Infrastructures’ together with EuroSDR. Find out more on the link below.
Copernicus Hackathon Graz is organized by the ESA Business Incubation Centre for Austria as part of the European Union’s Copernicus Programme. It will take place on 15th and 16th October 2020 online! If you are interested in participating in this EO hackathon, get to know interesting colleagues and mentors and compete for the prize fund of 4000 EUR. You can find more information and apply on the link below.
Project related article by Dajana Todorović, Tanja Fržović, Branko Božić
XIV International conference on Contemporary Theory and Practice in Construction – STEPGRAD 2020 was held in on-line mode on June 11th and 12th. Professor Branko Božić from University of Belgrade wrote, together with Dajana Todorović, Tanja Fržović from University of Banja Luka, project related paper: "Application of PBL model on study program of geodesy at The Faculty of Architecture, Civil engineering and Geodesy at the University of Banja Luka". The paper has been published in Proceedings of International conference on Contemporary Theory and Practice in Construction XIV (2020) (page 434-442).
SECOND PROGRESS MEETING
2nd progress meeting of the GEOBIZ project will be held on 14. and 17. September 2020. The meeting will be online, and the hosts are team from University of Zagreb. Draft Agenda cand be found below.
SWARM Inter-project coaching, webinar
Webinar Inter-project coaching scheduled for Wednesday, September 23. 2020. The webinar is an effort of different scientific groups from the water sector that aims to further discuss water resources management issues met through various implemented or on-going projects. It will involve several speakers from different universities and as part of the webinar, the GEOBIZ project will be presented.
FIRST PROGRESS MEETING IN NOVI SAD
1st progress meeting of the GEOBIZ project was successfully held from 4-6 May 2020. The meeting was held online via the Zoom platform, and the hosts were project partners from the University of Novi Sad. Although in this new format, a number of topics have been covered, and you can see a list of all the presentations in the agenda below.
ARTICLE “HOW THE NEW EU DIRECTIVE WILL CHANGE THE GEOSPATIAL DATA MARKET” PUBLISHED IN GIM
CALL FOR PAPERS
The journal Geodetski glasnik invites all researchers, colleagues and readers interested in geodesy and other areas related to spatial information to publish their papers.
GEA INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE
GEOBIZ Project is a partner of GEA Internation Conference which will be held Online from 28. - 29. May, orginized by University of Montenegro. GEOBIZ project team will present the paper: Reducing gap between business and academia in introducing modern technologies – GEOBIZ project approach
GAUSS LTd, our partner on the GEOBIZ project, held on 11.03.2020. workshop at the Faculty of Mining, Geology and Civil Engineering in Tuzla
SUCCESSFUL KICK OFF MEETING
From February 2-4, 2020, a three-day kick-off meeting of the project was held in Zagreb. How was the first day on the premises of the University of Zagreb you can see in the attached pictures.
Copy Right GeoBiz 2020
University of Zagreb, Faculty of Geodesy
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