Committees 2023

Programme and Scientifc Committee

The Programme and Scientific Committee is responsible for every aspect of the Scientific Program: from the contact with world-renowned keynote speakers, revision and selection of abstracts, to the development of the interactive workshops.

Moreover, the scientific committee members will be asked to provide a structured ranking system and invite specific papers for full-paper submissions and provide all tools.

  • Tomislav Hengl (OpenGeoHub foundation)
    Open-Earth-Monitor coordinator
  • Alexander Jakub (Eurac research) 
  • Carson Leigh Ross (OpenGeoHub foundation)
    Open-Earth-Monitor project coordinator assistant 

Organizing Committee

The Organization Committee is in charge of strategic management, planning and control, and allocating resources. In addition, it is responsible for overseeing a wide range of communication activities, including social networks and platforms.

  • Carson Leigh Ross (OpenGeoHub foundation)
    Open-Earth-Monitor project coordinator assistant 
  • Lea Zamuner (OpenGeoHub foundation)
    Open-Earth-Monitor communication officer
  • Irina Iokhno (Eurac Research)
    meeting management
  • Paola Winkler (Eurac Research)
    meeting management
  • Beatriz Sarabia (OpenGeoHub foundation) 
    Open-Earth-Monitor communication officer

Contributing partners

This workshop is organized by OpenGeoHub foundation in collaboration with Eurac Research.

OpenGeoHub is a not-for-profit research foundation with headquarters in Wageningen, Netherlands (“Stichting OpenGeoHub”). The main goal of OpenGeoHub is to promote, publish and sharing of Open Geographical and Geoscientific Data, using and developing Open Source Software.
OpenGeoHub is the lead partner of the Open-Earth-Monitor project and participates in several technical work packages, as well as in the communication and organization of workshops and capacity-building events.

Eurac Research is a private research centre, established in 1992 in Bolzano. Our research activity is rooted in local issues which are then developed on a global level, thanks to a multidisciplinary approach and an international vision. Studies focus on issues that affect people, their health and the environment around them, with the aim of improving life in the societies of the future. Often, in response to regional problems, the centre develops concrete solutions that can be applied in different contexts, exploring new avenues based on interdisciplinarity and scientific excellence. Today, Eurac Research has more than 500 employees from over 25 countries.