UWC "Introduction to Geospatial Data Visualization" Side Events

September 14, 2018

Department of Environmental Sciences and Policy together with the Department of Medieval Studies organize a series of public events within the framework of the university-wide course Introduction to Geospatial Data Visualization

Open lectures and talks will be conducted by invited guests, practitioners and researchers working with various aspects of geospatial data application and visualization, as well as by relevant CEU faculty.

The following events are scheduled in Fall Term:

"Historical Geographers and Pre-Modern Regions – A Complicated Relationship"
András Vadas (Eötvös Loránd University)
Sep 19, at 17:30
Nádor u. 9, Gellner Room

"Space-based and Geospatial Solutions for Sustainable Development Goals and other Global Agendas – a priority for the United Nations"
Lorant Czaran (UNOOSA)
Sep 27, at 13:30
Nádor u. 15, room 103

"Theoretical Aspects and Examples of Applying Geospatial Methods in Cultural Heritage Studies"
József Laszlovszky (Department of Medieval Studies, CEU)
Oct 5, at 11:00
Nádor u. 13, room 118

"Big Data in Byzantium? Thoughts on the Analysis of Byzantine Regions from the Viewpoint of Historical Geography and Digital Humanities"
Mihailo Popovic (Institute for Medieval Research, Austrian Academy of Sciences)
Oct 10, at 17:30
Nádor u. 9, Gellner Room


More speakers are planning to join the series.

If you are interested to know about similar activities in the future or want to learn how your own research can benefit from geospatial technologies – join our SMARG Facebook group and follow us at CEU Yammer!