GI in Land Management International Summer School

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GI in Land Management

International Summer School



http://www.geo.info.hu/giss

College

of Geoinformatics

University of West Hungary


GI in Land Management

14


19 August 2003, Szekesfehervar, Hungary
International Summer School


Course structure


14 August
-

Arrival, Introduction, Aims, Objectives


15 August


Plenary, D
ata sets, Visit t
o

the test site


16 August


Plenary, W
orking in teams


17 August



Plenary,
Working in teams


18 August


Plenary,
Working in teams


19 August
-

Presentation of the results




The project
-
oriented programme includes lectures in
plenary session, methodological seminars, training sessions,
fieldwork, work in computer labs and presentation on the
lessons learned by students.



Working Groups


WG1: Land Administration and Cadastre


Paul van der Molen (ITC)


Ádám Podolcsák (GEO),


WG2: Land Management and Rural Development


Reinfried Mansberger (BOKU)


Judit Nyíri (GEO),


WG3: GeoInformation in Nature Protection


Zoltán Vekerdy (ITC)


András Attila Takács (GEO),


WG4: Lands and Mapping


Impact of the EU accession


Gerhard Muggenhuber (BEV)
-

Gábor Remetey
-
Fülöpp (MoARD).


Fees


The participation fee includes full accommodation
-
welcome dinner, lunches, coffee breaks, excursion


before

31 May 2003



350 Euro


after 31 May 2003


400 Euro






Connected activities


June
-

August 2003

On
-
line course on Open GIS

150 Euro



Sponsors


GISS is sponsored by Environmental Systems
Research Institute (ESRI) provided
10
fellowships for students from countries in
accession

/
transition.


Intergraph will provide all the students with a
90
-
day license of Geomedia software.

www.geo.info.hu/giss

Registration