Participants

Stakeholders Network
The Stakeholders Network provides a link between the EGIDA project and the broad European and international S&T community relevant to GEO and the implementation of GEOSS, facilitating contributions for the S&T community to GEOSS, and disseminating the project results to the S&T community.

Organization

Contact
Point

Country/
Region

Projects/Programmes

Advanced Industrial Science and Technology

Satoshi Sekiguchi

Japan

GEO Grid, GEOSS SIF

Bulgarian Academy of Sciences; Geophysical Institute “Acad. L. Krastanov”

Kostadin Ganev

Bulgaria

“iSOIL”: Interaction between soil related sciences – Linking geophysics, soil science and digital soil mapping ; “TRANSFER”: Tsunami Risk ANd Strategies For the European Region; “SEE-GRID”: eInfrastructure for regional eScience

Commissione Oceanografica Italiana

Giuseppe Manzella

Italy

Intergovernmental Oceanographic Commission

CSIRO

Stuart Minchin

Australia

STC, GRSS, IEEE GEOSS Workshop

CNRS/INSU

Patrick Monfray

France

IGFA, EUR-OCEANS, GMES

Austrian Environment Agency (EAA)

Herbert Haubold

Austria

GAC, GNU, GSE, MACC, PROMOTE, Geoland I, GSE Land, LISA

ERAWatch

Aris Kaloudis

EC

proVISION, GMES

Institut Cartogràfic de Catalunya

Jaume Miranda

Spain

EUREF, INSPIRE, CS PCOT, CS IDEC

Instituto Nacional de Pesquisas Espacias

João Vianei Soares

Brazil

CBERS, GEO CBC

National Centre of Geographic Information/National Geographic Institute

Sebastián Mas-Mayoral

Spain

Spanish SDI, INSPIRE

Research Council of Norway

Kirsten Broch Mathisen

Norway

Global Change Committee

South African National Space Agency; Department of Science and Technology

Val Munsami

South Africa

GEOS/GEOSS co-chair STC

IEEE South Africa Section

Saurabh Sinha

South Africa

GEO/GEOSS

Tsinghua University

Jiming Hao

China

Global Monitoring Plan for Atmospheric Mercury

TÜBİTAK

Tamer Özalp

Turkey

National/Space Research Programme, Public Research  Programme, TR-GRID

University of Belgrade; Faculty of Mining and Geology

Ivana Vasiljevic

Serbia

RESTCA-TERCE-NIPMSS, SourceSink, "Sustainable Aggregates Resource Management”, CC-WaterS

Universität Bonn

Michael Nyenhuis

Germany

GEOSS studies, EUGENE, Analyst of the GEO’s Societal Benefit Area “Weather”

University of Nevada, Reno

Hans-Peter Plag

USA

GEO STC, Point of Contact of GEO Task ST-09-02

University of Geneva/Institute for Environmental Sciences Climatic Change and Climate Impacts/enviroSPACE

Gregory Giuliani

Switzerland

EnviroGRIDS, ACQWA, AfroMaison, PreView






News
  • 22-27 July 2012, EGIDA exhibits at IGARSS, Munich, Germany

    IGARSS'12 Exhibitors

     
  • 7-8 May 2012, 6th GEO EUROPEAN PROJECTS' WORKSHOP, Rome, Italy

    Workshop report

    EGIDA’s approach to a sustainable GEO (Stefano Nativi,CNR,IT)

     
  • 24th April 2012, European Geosciences Union (EGU) , Vienna, Austria

    During the EGU Splinter Session meeting: "The Science & Technology challenges for GEOSS (Global Earth Observation System of Systems)" Dr. Stefano Nativi and Dr. Hans-Peter Plag will give a speech about "The contribution of EGIDA" in the GEOSS and the Science and Technology community

     

    Link to the meeting programme

     
  • 25-27 January 2012, EuroGEOSS final conference (EGIDA supported such an event),
    Madrid, Spain

    http://www.eurogeoss2012.eu/

     

     
  • 13 March 2012, EGIDA presented at the HYPOX Final Meeting

    In the final meeting of the FP7 Project HYPOX (In situ monitoring of oxygen depletion in hypoxic ecosystems of coastal and open seas, and land-locked water bodies) Stefano Nativi will give a talk about "EGIDA presentation: strengthening GEOSS effectiveness and implementation."

     
  • 16 February 2012, GEO, GMES and national activities in Slovenia, Ljubljana, Slovenia

    The workshop was organized in the context of OBSERVE, BalkanGeoNet and EGIDA FP7 projects to inform the audience on the latest developments regarding International and Slovenian Earth Observation activities.

    Link to the workshop

     
  • 5-9 December 2011, AGU Fall Meeting 2011, San Francisco, California, USA

    Link to the meeting web site

    Link to the EGIDA presentation poster

     
  • 12-13 Sept. 2011: 17th Meeting of the GEO Science and Technology Committee.

    The 17th Meeting of the GEO STC will take place on 12-13 September in Salzburg, Austria.

    Link to the Meeting programme.

     
  • Joint Workshop with BalkanGEONet and OBSERVE

    18-19 November 2011: the JOINT WORKSHOP with BalkanGEONet and OBSERVE will take place in Istanbul back to back to GEO Plenary VIII EXHIBITION.

    Here the link

     
  • Press release  - Almanacco della Scienza

    On the "Almanacco della Scienza", a magazine by CNR, the following press release about EGIDA was published on 4th May, 2011:

    Link to the article


     
  • National Use Cases Workshop, ISPRA, Rome, 18-19 April 2011

    In Rome, on 18th and 19th April, a Workshop is being organized to identify best practices and their commonalities within GEOSS for possible replication, as well as gaps to be filled at national and/or regional level.

    Link to the Workshop programme

     
  • Earthzine newsletter

    This is an on-line source for news, articles, information and educational materials about Earth Science, Earth observations and users of Earth information for the international Earth-observing community. They publish every month a Newsletter with highlights of the main Earthzine news.

    Here the link to subscribe

     
  • First EGIDA Advisory Board and Stakeholders Network meeting
    in the framework of the GEO/EGIDA Workshop: "Connecting GEOSS and its Stakeholders in Science and Technology", 9-11th May 2011, University of Bonn, Germany.

    Link to Website

     
  • EGU General Assembly, 03 – 08 April 2011, Vienna
    The EGIDA project will be presented at the EGU General assembly meeting in the Earth and Space Science Informatics division programme.

    Link to EGU 2011 GA
    Link to ESSI progamme

     
  • KICK-OFF meeting: on 27th September in Rome the KO meeting takes
    place in Rome at ISPRA.

    Link to the Outcomes