EO4Alps Summer School

“Earth observation and geospatial information: supporting a sustainable use of alpine ecosystems and water resources”

The EO4Alps Summer School 2018 is jointly organized by University of Salzburg, Department of Geoinformatics (Z_GIS) and the Group on Earth Observations (GEO) and will be held in Salzburg, Austria, June 24 – July 6, 2018.

More information:

EVENT WEBSITE : https://obia.zgis.at/eo4alps/

Target group: graduate students and young professionals / academics
The Summer School will address its topic on a moderately advanced level, with a prerequisite basic understanding of Earth observation/remote sensing.

Participants: 20

Location: University of Salzburg, Austria | Department of Geoinformatics – Z_GIS

Date: June 24 – July 06, 2018

Credits: 4 ECTS

Registration Fee: € 650.-; For active UNIGIS Students and ClubUNIGIS members: € 500.-
The course Registration Fee includes: class training, student supervision, course material in digital format, lectures, sample data, computer with all the software installed, coffee breaks, a field trip including lunch, a welcome icebreaker (Sunday afternoon), and a social dinner (Friday night). Registration fee for GI_Forum conference is included as well!
Please note: accommodation, individual and local travel is not included

Contact & Application: Apply online here. Application deadline: May 01, 2018
The registration confirmation and the invoice as well as all information regarding the Summer School will be sent by May 04, 2018. A waiting list will be established if registration exceeds 25 participants.

For any information please contact:
Regina Hatheier-Stampfl | regina.hatheier-stampfl@sbg.ac.at
Lena Pernkopf | lena.pernkopf@sbg.ac.at

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