[OSGeo-Discuss] Charter Member Nomination: Massimiliano Cannata
nicolas.bozon at gmail.com
Fri Jun 29 11:35:59 PDT 2012
I'd also like to second this great nomination.
Maxi was there since the begining, and he's one of the best OSGeo advocate
i know so far
2012/6/29 Jeff McKenna <jmckenna at gatewaygeomatics.com>
> I would like to second this nomination. I first met Max, or Maxi, back
> in 2004 at the FOSS4G event in Thailand (actually this was the first
> event to use the FOSS4G name); Max has been involved in FOSS4G for a
> very long time. I've also had the pleasure to work closely with him as
> he stayed several months in Canada in 2005, where he was working on
> floodplain mapping with GRASS and MapServer. Most recently he was
> involved with releasing GeoShield, which tackles that important issue
> of security for interoperable services.
> Max has welcomed me into his beautiful home of Como, Italy, on several
> occasions. I consider him and his colleagues very good friends.
> Max's passion and experience make him an excellent representative of OSGeo.
>  https://sites.google.com/site/geoshieldproject/
> On 12-06-28 10:27 PM, Venkatesh Raghavan wrote:
> > Dear All,
> > I would like to nominate Dr. Massimiliano Cannata as new Charter Member.
> > Dr. Cannata is heading the Geinformatics Division at University of
> > Sciences and Arts of Southern Switzerland (SUPSI). He is a regular at
> > FOSS4G
> > meetings and has presented several interesting results on hazard mapping,
> > sensor networks, data security etc. He is a PSC member of the GRASS
> > projject
> > and the ZOO project. His researches are entirely based on developing and
> > using FOSS4G solutions. He is also known internationally through his
> > research
> > collaborations and wide travels. He has strong links in the academic,
> > inter-governmental
> > and industry circles.
> > Venka
> Jeff McKenna
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