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Agenda: 10th GEO European Projects Workshop 2016

Agenda: 10th GEO European Projects Workshop 2016

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Picture: 10th GEO European Projects Workshop, © Hwaja Götz

Programme & presentations

Tuesday, 31 May 2016

9:00-10:00 Registration & Welcome Coffee

10:00-12:00

Plenary Session
A European Stategic Approach to GEO

Erich-Klausener-Saal

10:00-10:50:

Opening by
Dr. Tobias Miethaner, Federal Ministry of Transport and Digital Infrastructure of Germany

Welcome by
Christian Häuser, Museum für Naturkunde - Leibniz Institute for Evolution and Biodiversity Science,
Gilles Ollier, European Commission - Directorate-General for Research & Innovation, and
Presentation: Patrick Lambert, European Commission - Executive Agency for SMEs

10:50-12:00:
 Presentation: Activities in the context of GEO
by Paul Becker, Deutscher Wetterdienst DWD, German GEO Principal

Presentation: GEO 2020 - Opportunities & challenges for German science
by Christoph Häuser, Museum für Naturkunde - Leibniz Institute for Evolution and Biodiversity Science

Presentation: The current status of the GEOSS implementation
by Giovanni Rum, GEO Secretariat

Chair: Franz Immler, European Commission - Executive Agency for SMEs

12:00-13:30 Lunch
13:30-15:30

#1 Break Out Session
Konferenzraum 2

European Commission - ESA Strategic Cooperation on Earth Observation

Agenda

Presentations

#2 Break Out Session
Erich-Klausener-Saal

Essential Variables and Sustainable Development Goals

Agenda

Presentations

#3 Break Out Session
A.E.028 (alte Bibliothek)

Towards an integrated Ocean Observing System - Part I: Setting the scene

Agenda

Presentations

15:30-16:15 Coffee Break
16:15-18:15

#4 Break Out Session
Konferenzraum 2

The GFOI as a R&D Catalyst: Toward Operational Earth Observation-based Tropical Forest Monitoring Systems

Agenda

Presentations

#5 Break Out Session
Erich-Klausener-Saal

GEOSS Data and Infrastructures

Agenda

Presentations

#6 Break Out Session (cont.)
A.E.028 (alte Bibliothek)

Towards an integrated Ocean Observing System - Part II: Optimizing ocean monitoring and data sharing capabilities

Agenda

Presentations

18:30-19:30 Guided tours behind the scenes of the Museum für Naturkunde (upon prior registration)
19:30-21:00 Reception at Museum für Naturkunde

 

Wednesday, 1 June 2016

8:30-9:00 Registration & Welcome Coffee
9:00-10:15

#7 Flash presentation & World Café
Konferenzraum 3

Mitigating Natural Hazards and strengthening Disaster Resilience

Agenda

Presentations

#8 Break Out Session
Konferenzraum 2

Citizens' Observatories and environmental policy monitoring and development

Agenda

Presentations

#9 Flash presentation & World Café
Erich-Klausener-Saal

Networks of Earth Observation and their European coordination

Agenda

Presentations

#10 Break Out Session
A.E.028 (alte Bibliothek)

Earth Observation in Support of Urban Monitoring

Agenda

Presentations

10:15-11:00 Coffee Break
11:00-12:00

#7 World Café  (cont.)
Konferenzraum 3

#8 Break Out Session  (cont.)
Konferenzraum 2

#9 World Café (cont.)
Erich-Klausener-Saal

#10 Break Out Session  (cont.)
A.E.028 (alte Bibliothek)

12:00-13:30 Lunch
13:30-15:30

#11 Break Out Session
Erich-Klausener-Saal

Challenges for Biodiversity and Ecosystem Observation for the Next Ten Years

Agenda

Presentations

#12 Break Out Session
Konferenzraum 2

Citizen GEOSS: Earth Observation and GEOSS-based web and mobile applications for citizens

Agenda

Presentations

#13 Break Out Session
A.E.028 (alte Bibliothek)

ERA-PLANET: The European network to coordinate Earth Observation for our changing planet

Agenda

Presentations

#14 Break Out Session
Konferenzraum 3

Earth Observations for Climate Services

Agenda

Presentations

15:30-16:15 Coffee Break
16:15-18:30

#11 World Café (cont.)
Erich-Klausener-Saal

#12 Break Out Session (cont.)
Konferenzraum 2

#15 Flash presentation & World Café
A.E.028 (alte Bibliothek)

Regional dimension for GEO and capacity building priorities

Agenda

Presentations

 

 

2 June 2016

8:30-9:00

Thursday, 2 June 2016

8:30-9:00 Registration & Welcome Coffee
9:00-10:15

Plenary Session

Erich-Klausener-Saal

Presentation: GEO and Earth Observation in Horizon 2020
by José Miguel Rubio Iglesias, European Commission - Directorate-General for Research & Innovation

Presentation: EU-BON: Achievements and future challenges for biodiversity observation networks
by Christoph Häuser, Museum für Naturkunde - Leibniz Institute for Evolution and Biodiversity Science

Presentation: Supporting Monitoring and Implementation of Sustainable Development Goals with Earth Observations
by Hans-Peter Plag, Tiwah UG

Presentation: R&I priorities for GEOSS: perspectives from the Geological Surveys community
by Luca Demicheli, EuroGeoSurveys

Video clip: Ice Age - Continental Drift

Chair: Michel Schouppe, European Commission - Directorate-General for Research & Innovation

10:15-11:00 Coffee Break
11:00-11:45

Plenary Session

Erich-Klausener-Saal

Presentation: Analysing ecosystem trends in the context of EU policy goals to 2020
by Jan-Erik Petersen, European Environment Agency

Presentation: The implications of COP21 on climate research, observations and services
by Stephen Briggs, European Space Agency

Presentation: Promoting better uptake of science for disaster risk reduction: the GEO GSNL initiative
by Stefano Salvi, Istituto Nazionale di Geofisica e Vulcanologia

Chair: Gilles Ollier, European Commission - Directorate-General for Research & Innovation

11:45-12:00

Concluding remarks

Erich-Klausener-Saal

Gilles Ollier, European Commission - Directorate-General for Research & Innovation

Carsten Dettmann, Federal Ministry of Transport and Digital Infrastructure of Germany

Christoph Häuser, Museum für Naturkunde - Leibniz Institute for Evolution and Biodiversity Science

12:00 Adjourn