Syslab launches the GEOHub: OSUN Research and Training Hub on Geospatial Technologies

November 10, 2021

The Systems Laboratory is pleased to announce the launch of the OSUN GeoHub project in partnership with Central European University (CEU), American University of Central Asia (AUCA), and Bard College. GeoHub project aims to develop the capacity of the Open Society University Network (OSUN) members on using the latest geospatial methods and technologies, in the core research and teaching disciplines of member institutions.

Satellite Imagery in Disaster Management: Training on Assessment of Floods and Burned Areas, November 18-19th

October 1, 2021

Save the dates for a 2-day remote training on Disaster Management, organized by UN-SPIDER, European Space Agency (RUS Copernicus) and the Systems Laboratory of the EnviSci Department at CEU!

The workshop will mark the start of the recently launched GEOHub, a research and training hub on geospatial technologies of the Open Society University Network (OSUN).


Registration for the Geospatial Data Visualization course as university-wide course starts on September 13th!

July 24, 2021

Following the great success of last year, the Environmental Systems Laboratory once again offers its Geospatial Data Visualization course as university-wide course, open to CEU, OSUN and CIVICA students. Places are limited and registration is open between September 13th – September 27th!

Summer School 2021: Introduction to Geospatial Technologies for Achieving SDGs – Demographic Considerations is now completed!

July 12, 2021

The ISEPEI Summer School 2021 was carried out entirely online with more than 50 participants from four continents and 15 highly experienced lecturers working in diverse fields in a variety of international institutions, including: Lorant Czaran (United Nations Population Fund - UNFPA), Anupam Anand (Global Environment Facility - GEF); Alan Belward (European Commission, Joint Research Centre - 

UNDRR side event of the Summer School 2021: DRR - Local Resilience in Europe and Central Asia

June 24, 2021

Join us on July 2nd, 10:00-11:30 am (CEST) for the side event of the ISEPEI Summer School "Introduction to Geospatial Technologies for Achieving SDGs – Demographic Considerations".

This session, designed by UNDRR-ROECA, will focus on Local Resilience in Europe and Central Asia.

The concept of the session, its agenda and key speakers can be found here.