We propose a structured, open discussion platform about topics related to the field of Geomorphometry. These Geomorphometry Coffee Talks (GCTs) will give the opportunity to discuss, exchange, initiate, train, present, outline topics, research agendas, papers, questions in an informal way between our main biannual conferences.
Topics to be covered would come for example from the theoretical side, software applications, DEM creation technologies, and experiments up to practical applications in production environments. The speakers will fill these spaces and we count on the Geomorphometry society to bring up topics.
This platform would be as open as possible to engage with each other and reach out to everyone – not only the research community. Anyone with an interest in Geomorphometry from wherever should be able to attend- there is no subscription policy in place – if you can attend and can make it – you are more than welcome.
Each coffee talk will be featuring an initial 15-20 minute discussion in a Zoom meeting, followed by an open exchange/discussion. The session will conclude at 60 minutes with a short wrap-up of the session by the session moderator. Links to the recorded sessions (if permitted by presenters) will be available at the ISG Website. The ISG Board will draw up a list of topics for a series for a year. Announcements of session topics will be at the website and the social media accounts of the ISG.
Proposals for topics can be sent anytime to the Email firstname.lastname@example.org to be included in the schedule. The date is the first Wednesday of every second month at 15:00 UTC to allow worldwide participation.
|2022-10-05||Dr. Laurence Hawker – University of Bristol – How fab is FABDEM?|
The recording is now available in our YouTube channel!
|2022-12-07||Prof. John Lindsay – University of Guelph – WhiteBox for Geomorphometry|
|2023-02-01||Dr. Tomislav Hengl – OpenGeoHub – Open-Earth-Monitor: Cloud services for global elevation data and seamless geomorphometric analysis|
|2023-05-04||Dr. Peter Strobl – European Commission (JRC) – DEMIX|
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