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EO4GEO Workshop in the Azores

2020-11-12T11:23:05+00:00

Nereus and the University of Azores organize the workshop “EO4GEO – Skills development in Earth Observation and Copernicus User Uptake: the present and future of Coastal and Maritime sector- The Azorean case”. […]

EO4GEO Workshop in the Azores 2020-11-12T11:23:05+00:00

EO4GEO tools to be presented at the EARSC EOcafe

2020-10-15T11:43:25+00:00

EO4GEO will be the focus of the next EOcafe, the twice-monthly webinar covering a variety of Earth Observation topics organized by EARSC. The EO sector is rapidly changing, bringing to a constant need for qualified personnel. Unfortunately, as attested by the EARSC Industry Survey, 80% of the companies find it difficult to hire the candidates with the right skills. The EO4GEO tools are designed to help cover this skills gap and shape the EO workforce of the future. To know more about the EO4GEO tools, join the webinar “EOcafe – Skills are key for the future” on October 22, 16:00-16:45 [...]

EO4GEO tools to be presented at the EARSC EOcafe 2020-10-15T11:43:25+00:00

“Space Science for Societal Challenges” virtual workshop

2020-10-15T11:44:23+00:00

Because of its links to research, education, technology and cultural heritage all around the world, the space sector is key for development and for handling social, economic and environmental challenges. To make the space ecosystem more effective, the communication gaps between research, industry, academia and culture must be bridged through a collaborative structure that supports the skills for the next generation of space workers. During the workshop “Space Science for Societal Challenges”, organized by Lorentz Center, the “Space KIC” will be presented as an example of a structure that supports the sharing of knowledge, expertise and opportunities. Participants will be [...]

“Space Science for Societal Challenges” virtual workshop 2020-10-15T11:44:23+00:00

Earth Observation funding

2020-10-15T11:42:14+00:00

OCRE (Open Clouds for Research Environments) launches its first research funding call to stimulate the use of digital Earth Observation services and data by researchers.  With this call, OCRE will contribute to the development of the growing market of the Earth Observation service suppliers, demonstrating that the use of these services can improve the quality of the outcomes. […]

Earth Observation funding 2020-10-15T11:42:14+00:00