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Friday, October 03, 2008

UNSDI HUCO Stakeholder & HUNAGI member Corvinus University at the ISDE Summit in Potsdam

Preliminary program ISDE Summit
Source: www.isde-summit-2008.org
"Wednesday, 12. November
8.30 Registration
9.30 -10.30 Introduction to the Summit and Welcome Addresses
M. Ehlers (GfGI, Summit Director)
R. F. Hüttl (GFZ Potsdam, Summit Co-Director)
H. Guo (ISDE, secretary general)
N.N. (State Representative, Brandenburg)
10.30 – 11.00 Coffee Break
Keynote Session (coordinated by desert.net):
Desertification: the Role of Policy, Geoinformation, Earth Observation and Modelling
11.00 – 13.00
N.N. (tbd)
G. del Barrio (Estacion Experimental de Zonas Aridas, Spanish National Research Council
CSIC, Almeria, Spain) “Assessment and monitoring of desertification: a geomatic approach”
M. Mulligan (King’s College London, Department of Geography, UK) “Geobrowser based
simulation models for land degradation policy support”
J. Hill (Remote Sensing Department, University of Trier, Germany) “Dryland degradation and
desertification: satellite-based assessment and monitoring concepts for a global problem”
13.00 – 14.00 Lunch Break
Global Change
14.00 – 14.45 Keynote M. Latif (Maritime Meteorology, IFM-Geomar, University of Kiel,
Germany) “The climate of the 20th and 21st century”
14.45 – 15.30 Keynote D. Stammer (Center for Marine and Climate Research, University of
Hamburg, Germany “Ocean reanalyses: status and their use for improving climate forecast.”
15.30 – 16.30
V.F. Krapivin; F.A. Mkrtchyan
(Institute of Radioengineering and Electronics, Russian Academy of Sciences, Moscow,
Russia): „An adaptive remote sensing technology fort the nature-society system
biocomplexity assessment”
P.A. Propastin (Department of Geography, Georg-August-University Göttingen, Germany;
Laboratory of Remote Sensing and Image Analysis, Kazakh Academy of Science, Almaty,
Kazakhstan); M. Kappas (Laboratory of Remote Sensing and Image Analysis, Kazakh
Academy of Science, Almaty, Kazakhstan): “Linkages between the current climate change,
the political change in Kazakhstan and trends in the photosynthetic activity of vegetation”
W. Wan (State Key Laboratory of Remote Sensing Science, Institute of Remote Sensing
Applications, Chinese Academy of Sciences; Graduate School of the Chinese Academy of
Sciences, Beijing, China) ; Y. Xue (State Key Laboratory of Remote Sensing Science,
Institute of Remote Sensing Applications, Chinese Academy of Sciences. Beijing, China;
Department of Computing, London Metropolitan University, London. UK); Y. Wang; Y. Li; J.
Guang; J. Ai; L. Bai (State Key Laboratory of Remote Sensing Science, Institute of Remote
Sensing Applications, Chinese Academy of Sciences; Graduate School of the Chinese
Academy of Sciences, Beijing, China): “High Performance Geocomputation for Digital Earth
– A Case Study of Aerosol Retrieval from Remotely Sensed Data”
H.M. Füssel (Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research, Germany): “Climate, geography and macroeconomics: A reanalysis of the G-Econ database“
Earth Observation and Modelling
16.30 - 17.15 Keynote S. Schubert (Global Modeling & Assimilation Office, NASA/Goddard
Space Flight Center, Greenbelt, MD, USA) “NASA's Modern Era Retrospective-Analysis for
Research and Applications (MERRA): Early Results and Future Directions”
17.15 – 18.15
Salihou; Y. Loya (ISIG - Institut Supérieur d`Informatique et de Gestion Ouagadougou,
Burkina Faso); B. Somé; L. Somé (LANIBIO – Université de Ouagadougou, Burkino Faso);
M. Daniel; J.Sequeira (LSIS - ESIL, Université de la Méditerranée, Marseille, France):
“Remote Sensing and modeling contribution to ecosystem control in Burkina Faso”
T. Peisker; D. Spengler; K.Segl; S. Itzerott; H. Kaufmann (GeoForschungsZentrum
Potsdam, Germany): „Artificial 3D crop field for the simulation of hyperspectral reflectance
data”
E. Forootan, M.A, Sharifi (Surveying and Geomatics Engineering Department, Faculty of
Engineering, University of Teheran, Iran): “Multi-Sensor Analysis of the Lake Victoria Basin
Variations”
C. Stasch, A. C. Walkowski (Institute for Geoinformatics, University of Münster, Germany):
“A Geosensor Network Architecture for Disaster Management based on Open Standards”
18.15 – 22.00 Postersession & Icebreaker Party
Thursday, 13. November
Simulation and Modelling
8.30 - 9.15 Keynote M. Goodchild (National Center for Geographic Information and
Analysis, University of California, Santa Barbara, CA, USA) “Simulation, modelling and digital
earth: status and prospects”
9.15 - 10.15
T. Blaschke; M. Biberacher; S. Gadocha; D. Zocher; M. Mittlböck; E. Hauslauer; I.
Schardinger (Research Studio iSPACE, Salzburg, Austria); J.Strobl (Z_GIS, Centre for
Geoinformatics, University of Salzburg, Austria): “Virtual Power Plants: spatial energy
models in times of climate change”
V.F. Krapivin; F.A. Mkrtchyan (Institute of Radioengineering and Rlectronics, Russian
Academy of Sciences, Moscow, Russia): „GIMS - Technology for the operative
environmental diagnostics”
E. Ivits; M. Cherlet, G. Buchanan (DG JRC, Italy), D. Chamberlain (BTO, England):
„Remote sensing derived phenological indicators to explain European farmland bird
distribution pattern”
R. J. Corner (Co-operative Research Centre for Spatial Information, Australia); M. Marinelli
(Curtin University of Technology, Bentley, Australia): “Modelling the effects of data
uncertainty on agricultural and environmental models under global change conditions”
10.15 – 10.45 Coffee Break
Earth observation
10.45 - 11.30 Keynote H. Guo (Center for Earth Observation and Digital Earth, Chinese
Academy of Sciences) “ABCC Program: Global Change Study Using Space Technology”
11.30 – 13.00
A, Roff (Co-operative Research Centre for Spatial Information, University of New South
Wales, Sydney, Australia); D. Silverstone (NSW Department of Environment and Climate
Change, Parramatta , Australia) G. R. Taylor; M. Day; A. L. Mitchell (Co-operative
Research Centre for Spatial Information, University of New South Wales, Sydney, Australia);:
“Beyond land-cover mapping: Semi-automated delineation of vegetation pattern using
segmentation”
C. Aubrecht; M. Köstl; K. Steinnocher (Austrian Research Centers GmbH, Vienna,
Austria): “Functional object grouping – An advanced method for integrated spatial and space
related data mining”
D. Tiede (Centre for Geoinformatics (Z_GIS), University of Salzburg, Austria); S. Lang
(Centre for Geoinformatics (Z_GIS), University of Salzburg, Austria; Institute of Landscape
Architecture and Environmental Planning, Berlin): “Rapid dwelling extraction from VHSR
satellite imagery in refugee camps and dissemination of conditioned information via virtual
globes”
P. Milenov; D. Kapnias; W. Devos (European Commission, Joint Research Centre,
Agriculture Unit, GeoCAP team): “Best Practice and Quality Checking of Ortho Imagery –
toward a common approach”
T. Soukup (GISAT, Prague, Czech Republic); Y. Bushuyev (Dniprocosmos State Company,
Dniepropetrovsk, Ukraine); M. Popov (Scientific Centre for Aerospace Research of the
Earth, Kiev, Ukraine); A. Tarariko (Institute of Agroecology of the Ukrainian Academy of
Agrarian Sciences, Kiev, Ukraine);V. Starovoitov (United Institute of Informatics Problem of
the Belarus Academy of Sciences, Minsk Belorussia); K. McCloy (Faculty of Agricultural
Sciences, University of Aarhus, Denmark): “Technology of automated land cover
classification based on the remote sensing data”
S.Hese; C. Schmullius (Department of Earth Observation, Institute of Geography, Friedrich-
Schiller-University, Jena, Germany): “Strategies for object-oriented thermokarst lake change
analysis in Siberia using very high resolution multitemporal satellite data”
13.00 -14.00 Lunch Break
Spatial Data infrastructure
14.00 - 14.45 Keynote A. Annoni (Spatial Data Infrastructures Unit, Institute for
Environment and Sustainability , European Commission Joint Research Centre, Ispra, Italy)
“Regional and Global spatial data infrastructures: a key to assess and monitor
environmental changes”
14.45 - 15.45
C. Graul; A. Zipf (University of Bonn, Germany): “Putting Biogeographic Research on the
Spatial Web: Towards Interoperable Analysis Tools for Global Change Based on the Web
Processing Service (WPS)”
U. Boes (URSIT Ltd., Sofia, Bulgaria); R. Pavlova (Technical University Sofia, Bulgaria):
”Spatial Data Infrastructures by 2020 – where do they go?”
D. Doktor (Imperial College, Department of Biology, UK); F. W. Badeck (Helmholtz-Centre
for Environmental Research - UFZ, Leipzig, Germany); A. Bondeau (Potsdam Institute for
Climate Impact Research, Potsdam, Germany); D. Koslowsky (Free University of Berlin,
Department of Meteorology, Berlin, Germany): “On the comparison of point and area-wide
observations of vegetation”
E. Gennai (ESRI Europe): ”Spatial Data Infrastructures, building as one”
15.45 – 16.15 Coffee Break
Visualisation
16.15 – 17.00
D. Wortley (Serious Games Institute, Coventry University, UK): “Integrating Physical and
Virtual Worlds for Sustainable Development”
F. Hruby; J. Kristen; A. Riedl (Department of Geography and Regional Research,
Cartography and Geoinformation (IfGR), University of Vienna, Austria): “Global Stories on
Tactile Hyperglobes – visualizing Global Change Research for Global Change Actors”
P. Paar (Lenné3D LLC. Berlin); K. Appleton (School of Environmental Sciences, University
of East Anglia, Norwich); M. Clasen (Zuse Institute Berlin, Dept. of Visualization and Data
Analysis); M.Gensel (Zuse Institute Berlin, Dept. of Visualization and Data Analysis); S.
Jude (Tyndall Centre for Climate Change Research, University of East Anglia, Norwich); A.
Lovett (School of Environmental Sciences, University of East Anglia, Norwich):
“Interactive Visual Simulation of Coastal Landscape Change”
18.00 Program Sanssouci Castle
19.00 Social Evening Event (Dinner) & Poster Awards
Friday, 14. November
Simulation and Modelling
9.00 - 09.45
Keynote Deren Li (State Key Laboratory of Information Engineering in Surveying, Mapping
and Remote Sensing): “Role of Geospatial Technology in Wenchuan Earthquake”
9.45 -11.00
J. LeLievre (Department of Sustainability and Environment, Melbourne, Australia); A. Kealy
(Department of Geomatics, University of Melbourne, Parkville, Australia): “Homogenous
positioning using CORS networks in a Digital Earth“
N. de Lange; C. Plass (Institute for Geoinformatics and Remote Sensing, University of
Osnabrueck, Germany): “WebGIS with Google Earth and Google Maps“
T. Häring; V. Hochschild (Department of Geography, University of Tübingen, Germany); M.
de Paly; C. Henneges (Department of Informatics, University of Tübingen, Germany):
“Modelling Tsunami Vulnerability – The development of a Tsunami Inundation Model with
Machine Learning tools“
D. Lincke; C. Ionescu; N. Botta (Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research, Germany):
“A generic library for earth system modelling based on monadic systems“
K. Frotscher; C. Hütting (Institute for Geography, Friedrich-Schiller-University Jena): “The
monitoring potential of Terra/Aqua-MODIS data in boreal forests”
11.00 - 11.15 Coffee Break
11.15 -11.45 Three best poster presentations
Urbanisation
11.45 – 12.45
O. Grübner; B. Jakimow; K. Janson; T. Lakes; P. Hostert (Humboldt University,
Department of Geography, Berlin, Germany): “Linking ecological, economic, and social data
in a health data model to analyse complex dynamics in informal settlements in Dhaka,
Bangladesh“
G. Zeug; S. Eckert (Joint Research Centre of the European Commission, Institute for the
Protection and Security of the Citizen, Support to External Security Unit, Ispra, Italy) T.
Kukuk; U.,Steiner (GAF AG, Munich, Germany); D. Ehrlich (Joint Research Centre of the
European Commission, Institute for the Protection and Security of the Citizen, Support to
External Security Unit, Ispra, Italy): “Monitoring urban city growth and its impact on the
environment: the case study of Sana’a, Yemen”
TBD.
M. Moeller (Austrian Academy of Science, GIScience, Salzburg, Austria; University of
Bamberg, Institute of Geography, Bamberg, Germany): “Metropolitan Growth Mapped from
Space Images”
12.45 - 13.00 Break
Urbanisation & Visualisation
13.00 -14.00
T. Nocke; T. Sterzel (Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research (PIK)); M. Böttinger
(German Climate Computing Centre (DKRZ); M. Wrobel (Potsdam Institute for Climate
Impact Research (PIK)): “Visualization of Climate and Climate Change Data: An Overview”
J.-P. Aurambout; C. Pettit; H. Lewis (Department of Primary Industries, Victoria, Australia):
“Digital Globes: gates to the digital earth”
J. Schiewe; A. Krek; I. Peters; H. Sternberg; K.-P. Traub (Hafen City University Hamburg,
Germany): „Developing and evaluating tools for Urban Research”
”T. Lakes (Humboldt University Berlin, Department of Geography); S. Lautenbach
(Humboldt University Berlin, Department of Geography; Helmholtz-Zentrum für
Umweltforschung GmbH ): “Modelling urban land use systems under transition – from
socialist to postsocialist dynamics in urban areas”
14.00 -14.45 Lunch Break
14.45 – 16.45 Resumee & Panel Discussion
Software presentations:
Simon D. Hennig; D. Hoffmeister; U. Baaser; G. Bareth (Dept. of Geography, University of
Cologne): ”CampusGIS 3D”
W. H. Mayer (PROGIS Software GmbH, Villach, Austria): “Planning and valuation of
ecological performances with the holistic and integrated agro-environment software-
technology AGROffice”
Poster Presentations:
C. Chen (College of earth sciences, Daqing Petroluem Institute, China); L. Weifeng (Sinopec
Exploration & Production Research Institute, Beijing, China): “New Computer Graphics Technologies
for Digital Earth Visualization”
D. Vassilaki; C. Ioannidis (School of Rural and Surveying Engineering; National Technical University of
Athens); A. Stamos (School of Civil Engineering, National Technical University of Athens): “Geospatial
Data Integration using Automatic Global Matching of Free-Form Curves”
Z. Dingiu; F. Jianping (Institute of Computing Technology; Shenzen Institute of Advanced Technology;
Chinese Academy of Sciences): “PSDC: Parallel Simulation of Digital City”
M. Gaál (Corvinus University of Budapest): “Expected changes in climatic conditions of maize growing
– Hungarian case study”

G. Schaab; P. Dammann; F. N. Muchori; N. Ojha; H. Zimmer (Faculty of Geomatics, Karlsruhe
University of Applied Sciences); „Biodiversity monitoring and forest management involving geospatial
data in Kakamega Forest (Kenya): Tools tailored to the users’ needs.”
H. Jiang; Q. Wang; X. Wang (Key Laboratory of Spatial Data Mining & Information Sharing of
Ministry of Education, Fuzhou University; Spatial Information Research Center of Fujian
Province, Fuzhou University, Fujian, China): “Simulation and Spatial-Temporal Analysis of forest
net primary productivity in Fujian Province”
Y. Jiang; S. Bi ((Key Laboratory of Remote Sensing Information Sciences, Institute of Remote Sensing
Application, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Beijing, China): “Dynamic Object-oriented Model and the
applications for the Digital Earth”
Neumann, C. (University of Potsdam) : “Linkage of climate variables from AVHRR raster data to the
heterogeneous layout of sub-catchments in the Ebro Basin”
J. Lian (Key Lab of 3D Information Acquisition and Application, MOE, School of Resource and
Environmental Science, Capital Normal University, Beijing, China); X. Li (Key Lab of Resources
Environment and GIS, Beijing, China):
“Research and Development of GIS Project Based on XML”
A. Tarariko (Institute of Agroecology of the Ukrainian Academy of Agrarian Sciences, Kiev, Ukraine);
A. Syrotenko (Institute of Agroecology of the Ukrainian Academy of Agrarian Sciences, Kiev, Ukraine);
V. Grekov”( Centre of Soil Fertility State Enterprise at the Ministry of Agrarian Policy of Ukraine, Kiev,
Ukraine): “Net of Agrarian Testing Polygons in System of Remote Monitoring of Agrarian Resources in Ukraine
L. Bolor-Erdenel (Mercy Corps, Gobi Forage project/Institute of Botany, Mongolian Academy of  Sciences); J. Angerer (Dept of Ecosystem Science & Management, Texas A&M University, USA ); S.
Granville-Ross; M. Urgamal; D. Narangerel; D. Tsogoo; T. Stewart (Mercy Corps, Gobi Forage project/
Institute of Botany, Mongolian Academy of Sciences); D. Sheehy (Dept of Ecosystem Science &
Management, Texas A&M University, USA):
“Gobi Forage: An early warning system for livestock in the Gobi region of Mongolia”
S. Shumilov, J. Laubach; A. Rogmann (Department of Computer Science III, University of Bonn):
“GLOWA Volta GeoPortal - an active geodata repository and communication system”
M. A. Popov; S. A. Stankevich; A. I. Sakhatsky, A. A. Kozlova (Scientific Centre for Aerospace
Research of the Earth, Kiev, Ukraine): “Multispectral Imagery Normalized Difference Indexes for Land Cover Classification”
L. Siyuan; W. Gaojin; C. Wenjing; F. Shenzhong; F. Jianping (Shenzen Institute of Advanced
Technology, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Shenzen; Institute of Computing Technology,Chinese
Academy of Sciences, Beijing): “The Feasibility Analysis and Evaluation in Water TransferProject and Environment Change”
V. Starovoitov: (United Institute of Informatics Problems, Minsk, Belarus): “Multispectral image pre- processing for interactive satellite image classification”
G. Li; P. Lv; Y.Yunxuan (CEODE/CAS, Graduate School of CAS): “Research on parallel buffer
analysis based on Grided based HPC): ”Research on parallel buffer analysis based on Grided based HPC”
A. Sharifi; M.A. Rajabi (Department of Geomatics Engineering, University of Teheran); N. F.
Moghaddam (Department of Geosciensces, University of Shahid Beheshti, Teheran):
“Evaluation of Thermal Islands Logical Relation with Lineament Density Changes in Pre and Post- earthquake Satellite Images”
B. Hope; C. Kamrowski; (Department of Lands, NSW, Australia); D. Tien (Charles
Sturt University, NSW, Australia) “Refined Geo-referenced Image and Imagery Metadata Standards for SDI Implementation”

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