GeoServices - 4 - Sustainability
GeoS4S Project No. 561716-EPP-1-2015-1-AT-EPPKA2-CBHE-JP
- Project start: 15.10.2015
- Project duration: 36 months
- Call Erasmus Plus KA 2: Capacity Building in the field of Higher Education
The GeoS4S project aims at developing learning / teaching materials in the form of 20 innovative modules supporting post-graduate level geospatial study programmes at the partner institutions, to conduct international summer schools for training faculty and students in using and delivering these study modules; and at launching an online platform for disseminating the modules as free and open access learning / teaching materials worldwide.
The GeoS4S project started on 15. October, 2015 and is co-funded by the European Commission for three years within Key Action-2 of ERASMUS+ programme. The consortium partner universities are located in the Austria, Czech Republic, Germany, Netherlands, China and Thailand, and the three associate partners are based in the Netherlands and Thailand.
The GeoS4S project provides an opportunity to the faculty members as well as the current learners / students to acquire knowledge and skills, in addition to their regular curricula, in an international learning environment.
More Information on the main project website !
University of Salzburg
OpenGIS, SDI and Real Time GIS
Placky University Olomouc
Cartography and GeoVisualisation
University of Sustainable Development Eberswalde
Remote Sensing and Natural Resource Management i.e. Forestry and Agriculture
Spatial Economics, GeoDesign and Civil Protection Management
Nanjing Normal University
Terrain Modelling and 3 Dimensional Modelling
designing Virtual socio‐economic environments like Smart Cities and Intelligent Transportation Systems
Xinjian Institute of Ecology and Geographgy
Arid Ecosystem Analysis and Climate Change analysis and Adaptation Strategy
Asian Institute of Technology
HealthGIS and Marine Resource and Coastal Zone Management
Chiang Mai University
Disaster Risk Analysis and Commercial Plantation Suitability Analysis
King Mohkut’s University of Technology Thormbury
Participatory GIS and Food Security Analysis