Explore the world of GIS with GeoHub’s new exciting courses!

September 1, 2023

In an era driven by data and technology, Geographic Information Systems (GIS) have emerged as an indispensable tool for understanding the world around us. GeoHub project is thrilled to offer this semester two OSUN courses on GIS that will enable students to harness the full potential of spatial data visualization and analysis. These courses will empower you with the knowledge and skills to navigate the world of geospatial data, making you a valuable asset in today's data-driven society. Join us on a journey to explore the world through the lens of GIS.

Geospatial Technologies for Building Resilience: GeoHub's 2023 Summer Workshop Concludes in Budapest!

August 3, 2023

Last week the latest ISEPEI workshop on Geospatial Technologies successfully concluded.

Commencement of GeoHub's 2023 Summer Workshop: Exploring Geospatial Technologies for Building Resilience!

July 23, 2023

For the tenth season, CEU’s Environmental Systems Laboratory is organizing the CEU’s Summer University course on the promotion of application of geospatial technologies and remote sensing in various environmental domains. 2023’s in-person course on "Geospatial Technologies for Achieving Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) - Building Resilience" is all set to kick off on July 24th, 2023 in Budapest!

AUCA hosts GeoHub meeting to expand OSUN’s GIS courses

June 16, 2023

Last week, the Tian-Shan Policy Center hosted a series of meetings at the American University of Central Asia (AUCA) centered around the planning and design of the courses aimed at enriching geospatial curricula of the members of the Open Society University Network (OSUN).

Understanding the risks of Big Data: Chrys Margaritidis examines ethical challenges in GIS

June 9, 2023

The ever-present topic of Big Data was once again in the spotlight with the talk by Chrys Margaritidis on the ethical implications of Big Data, particularly addressing the field of geographic information systems (GIS). This public lecture, organized by the OSUN GeoHub project, was held at the American University of Central Asia (AUCA) on June 7 and gathered an audience both in-person and online.