Data Round Table - Open(ing) geospatial data
|When:||We 01-02-2023 13:30 - 17:00|
|Where:||Smitsborg, Nettelbosje 1, Donald Smitszaal|
On the 1st of February 2023 the Geodienst and the Digital Competence Centre invite researchers to come to the CIT (Donald Smitszaal - ground floor) to exchange experiences, ideas and best practices on the collection, management, protection, publication and reuse of geospatial data in a multi-disciplinary data round table. The two themes that are covered this day are 'Spatial research design & Geotechnology' and 'Geodata of the peope, for the people!'
The programme consists of lightning talks of researchers covering different topics and cases that highlight either potential or challenges in open(ing) geospatial data.
13:30h - Start and introduction
Spatial Research Design & Geotechnology
Collecting spatial data in archeological field projects: high accuracy, low costs? - Tymon de Haas (Arts/GIA)
Integrating geospatial measurements and virtual realities for spatial design applications - Gerd Weitkamp (FRW)
Deep-mapping the Askepieion of Pergamon - Christina Williamson (Arts/ICOG)
Modelling past sea level rise with new data: a collaborative effort - Pir Hoebe (Arts/GIA)
ca. 14:00-14:30h Break
Geodata of the people, for the people!
Group reconciliation and the Parliamentary Enquiry for gas extraction in Groningen - Agustín De Julio Pardo (BSS)
Opening up government data - obstacles, considerations, and linking best practices - Richard Rijnks (FSS)
Spatial data about space: Sky Quality Meters - Theo Jurriens (FSE/Kapteyn)
Spatial Econometric Modeling - Paul Elhorst (FEB)
Massive party in Microdata - Erik Merx (FSS)
Your location is not private - an ethical exercise in location data collection - Daniella Vos (FSS)
15:30h -Plenary discussion
Ca. 16h - drinks in Equator (opposite the Smitsborg)