[OSGeo-Discuss] “Geo4All” lab of the month -Open Source Geospatial Lab of Department of Geodesy and Surveying at the Budapest University of Technology and Economics , Hungary
Suchith.Anand at nottingham.ac.uk
Mon Aug 1 00:58:00 PDT 2016
It is my great pleasure, to introduce our colleagues at the Open Source Geospatial Lab of Department of Geodesy and Surveying at the Budapest University of Technology and Economics , Hungary as our “Geo4All” lab of the month.
The OSGeo lab is run by the Department of Geodesy and Surveying and lead by Dr. Zoltán Siki. The members of the lab are Dr. Szabolcs Rózsa, Dr. Zita Ultmann, Ottó Deák, Dr. Csaba Égeto, Dr. Bence Takács and Dr. Tamás Tuchband but draws heavily on interactions with other research groups and partners within the University, nationally and internationally.
Details at http://opensourcegeospatial.icaci.org/2016/07/geo4all-lab-of-the-month-open-source-geospatial-lab-department-of-geodesy-and-surveying-at-the-budapest-university-of-technology-and-economics-hungary/
We will have more details are other updates in our Geo4All monthly newsletter later at http://www.geoforall.org/newsletters/
The Geo for All lab in Budapest University of Technology and Economics welcomes collaborations from all interested and for making contributions to the wider society.
On behalf of the Geo4All community, we thank Zoltán Siki and all colleagues at the Budapest lab for their contributions to the Geo4All initiative and look forward to working and building more collaborations with all interested on this education mission.
Dr. Suchith Anand
Geo for All - Building and expanding Open Geospatial Science
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