News

—————————–July 6th 2022——————————

GEOlab is proud of being partner of the HYper-5G project.
Funded by ESA in the framework of the NAVISP program, the project is leaded by the POLIMI spin-off GReD, and involves two POLIMI interdepartmental laboratories (GEOlab and IoTLab) and algoWatt spa.

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—————————–May 31st 2022——————————

GEOlab invites you to the following TWIGA-h2020 webinar:

Atmospheric water vapor monitoring:
GNSS, SAR and NWP models to enhance the predictions of heavy rains in sub-Saharan AFRICA

which will be held next June 10th, 2022.

Click here for more information and to register

—————————–March 13th 2022——————————

Find the video of the seminar held Alessandro Paravano:

Delving into the Next Generation EU Space Programmes: the value of Copernicus and GNSS

at the following link

—————————–March 11th 2022——————————

GEOlab invites you to follow the workshop:

‘Analysing the Amazon Deforestation, with Machine Learning and the Google Earth Engine’

which will be held on Tuesday 15 March 2022.

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—————————–February 24th 2022——————————

GEOlab invites you to the following seminar by Alessandro Paravano:

Delving into the Next Generation EU Space Programmes: the value of Copernicus and GNSS

which will be held on-line, next March 10th at 6 pm, at the following link.

—————————–February 18th 2022——————————

GEOlab is involved in the UN MAPPERS MAPATHON, which will be held next March 30th, 2022.
An introductory workshop has been organised next February 22nd for those who have never taken part to such mapathons before.

The workshop will last 1 hour and will be presented twice at the following links:

7:00-8:00 UTC and 16:00-17:00 UTC

—————————–February 18th 2022——————————

GEOlab is involved in a new course of the Politecnico PhD School:
The Copernicus green revolution for sustainable development

Links to the course recorded sessions are available here.

—————————–February 7th 2022——————————

Aerospace Science and Technology Department is honoured to invite you to attend the Final Presentations day of the feasibility studies 

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—————————–January 29th 2022——————————

GEOlab invites you to the trans-disciplinary doctoral course “The Copernicus green revolution for sustainable development” .
The course introduces the next generation of European professionals and researchers to Copernicus potentialities in many different fields.

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—————————–January 29th 2022——————————

AI for Good is pleased to launch its new GeoAI Discovery Series on the applications of geospatial AI and the relevance of GeoAI to the Sustainable Development Goals. The three curators for this series, Nadine Alameh, Maria Brovelli  and Barbara Ryan will kickstart, alongside ITU, the series by discussing its objectives, structure and relevance, and the benefits to the global community by accelerating the outreach and impact of GeoAI.

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—————————–January 29th 2022——————————

GEOlab invites you to the IJGI Webinar | The Rise of Artificial Intelligence for Space Applications, which will be held on-line next February 24th, 2pm (CET).

More info at he following link

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—————————–December 3rd 2021——————————

GEOlab invites you to the Open Workshop on Landslide Monitoring

Click here for the workshop agenda

—————————–December 1st 2021——————————

INSUBRIPARKS: PROMUOVERE I PARCHI IN RETE

Public meeting on the INSUBRI.PARKS Interreg project: Recent development and results

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——————————October 6th 2021———————————–

LAMPO – final event

the presentations are now on-line

click here to select and download them

——————————September 23rd 2021——————————

LAMPO – final event

GEOlab invites you to the LAMPO project final event, which will be held on Thursday, September 30th 2021.

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——————————September 7th 2021——————————-

FOSS4G-IT 2021

On Septemebr 20th and 21th, 2021, GEOlab will host the Milan hub of the FOSS4G-IT 2021 conference, organized by the Associazione Italiana per l’Informazione Geografica GFOSS.it and Wikimedia Italia.

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——————————-February 24th 2021——————————–

Collaborative and Humanitarian Mapping 2021

A new POLIMI ‘Passion in Action’ course, coordinated by Prof. Maria Antonia Brovelli, will be held from March 5th to May 21st.

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——————————-February 18th 2021——————————–

GEOlab is involved in a new course named Copernicus Uptake within the PHD PROGRAM IN  ENVIRONMENTAL AND INFRASTRUCTURE ENGINEERING

Links to the course recorded sessions are available here.


——————————-February 15th 2021——————————–

On April 27th 2021 and May 11th 2021 Prof. Maria Antonia Brovelli and Geolab fellow dr. Gorica Bratic will give an on-line Workshop on Satellite data analysis and machine learning classification with QGIS.

These workshops are included in the Artificial Intelligence (AI) for Good series, the leading action-oriented, global & inclusive United Nations platform on AI. The Summit is organized all year, always online, in Geneva by the ITU with XPRIZE Foundation in partnership with over 35 sister United Nations agencies, Switzerland and ACM. The goal is to identify practical applications of AI and scale those solutions for global impact.

More info at the following links:

April 27th 2021

May 11th 2021


——————————-December 11th 2021——————————-

Prof. Antonia Maria Brovelli Chair of UN-GGIM Academy network

The UN-GGIM Academic Network is a coalition of recognized universities, research institutes and education centers involved in research, development and education on geospatial, land information and related matters. Politecnico di Milano is one of the italian members of the Academy together with Università la Sapienza di Roma and IREA CNR. The Academy is run on a volunteer basis with the primary goal of supporting the UN-GGIM Committee of Experts on Global Geospatial Information Management. This Committee of Experts represents the apex intergovernmental mechanism of United Nations for making joint decisions and setting directions with regard to the production, availability and application of geospatial information within national, regional and global policy frameworks. The UN-GGIM Academic Network aims to assist the Committee with the development and management of global geospatial information and promote its use to address key global challenges. Among the main functions of the Academy it is worth reminding:
– to provide academic counsel and guidance to UN-GGIM concerning strategic knowledge, research, education and training; 
– to provide a forum for coordination and dialogue among academics and researchers from the geospatial information management community
– to encourage members to undertake work that is able to contribute to the Sustainable Development Goals of the UN 
– to undertake activities that foster collaboration between universities and research groups at an international level  

More info at the following link http://ggim.un.org/UN-GGIM-Thematic-Groups/


——————————-November 19th 2020——————————-


GEOlab fellows are finalists at the Farming by Satellite Prize of the European Global Navigation Satellite System Agency

The Prize rewards young innovators exploring the use of satellite technologies to improve agriculture and reduce environmental impact


——————————-November 18th 2020——————————-

Workshop COPERNICUS at POLIMI

Politecnico di Milano, the Copernicus User Forum and the Italian Academy network announce the workshop ‘Copernincus and the smart management of urban areas’. The workshop will be held in  Milano next November 18th -19th.

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