At the Faculty of Geo-Information Science and Earth Observation our aim is to build capacity and strengthen institutional development of both professional and academic organizations as well as individuals. We work specifically in countries that are economically and/or technologically less developed.
Our education is based on knowledge exchange between organizations in less developed countries on the one hand and in the Western world on the other, whereby ITC acts as a two-directional gateway for knowledge exchange.
We take an application-oriented approach, directed at finding solutions for and strengthening civil society in addressing issues of local, national and global dimensions. The multifunctional use of scarce resources, including space, the effects of climate change and environmental security are examples of those issues.
- Mon 14 May 2018We examined 885 European cities’ plans to tackle climate change
- Mon 18 Jun 2018pITCom Summer Symposium on Sustainable Development Goals (SDGS)
- Mon 18 Jun 2018Outgoing professor Martin van Maarseveen: a smart, integrated approach is the best way to manage urban growth
- Thu 14 Jun 2018Inaugural Lecture Karin Pfeffer: “re-invent urban planning practices”
- Thu 17 May 2018Third field test of INACHUS system for victim localisation
- PhD defence Ellen-Wien AugustijnWed 11 Jul 2018 12:45
- PhD defence Omar Ali Ahmed MohamedWed 11 Jul 2018 16:45
- International Symposium on Lifecourse Epidemiology and Spatial Science (ISLES)Mon 16 - Fri 20 Jul 2018
- PhD defence Nastassia Rajh VilfanWed 18 Jul 2018 12:45
- PhD defence Peiqi YangThu 19 Jul 2018 12:45