FOSS4G 2015 Workshops
Workshops are half(4 hours) or full-day(8 hours) hands-on experiences with participants following along with an instructor. Workshops will be run by experienced members of the open source community, and sometimes by the actual developers. As such, they are a fantastic opportunity to learn new skills or take your first steps into the world of Open Source GIS. For workshops, we are offering two formats like below for instructors to use at their discretion.
- We will provide workshop rooms with computers for participants to use. Instructors will need to discuss pre-installation requirements with the Conference Organizing Committee if required. The number of these rooms is limited.
- Alternatively, instructors may choose a “Bring Your Own Device” format. This allows for more participants, but past experience has shown that this may require significant set-up time. You may increase efficiency by setting up server side tutorials for the workshop.
Instructors are strongly encouraged to use bootable media such as the OSGeo Live USB stick to reduce set-up time and to increase efficiency. Please note that OSGeo Live USB sticks will be provided to all participants. Workshops require considerable effort to produce a high-quality workshop. You are strongly encouraged to develop material for attendees to take home with them, such as handouts, a workbook, CD-ROMs, etc.
Sep. 14th, 2015(Monday) and Sep. 15th, 2015(Tuesday)
Topics of Interest
All submissions will be considered, but particular interest will be shown in the following topics:
- End-user focused introductions to FOSS4G software
– Software frameworks for developers
– Interoperability / Spatial Data Infrastructure
– Integration between open and closed source solutions
– Free and open geospatial data
– Performance tuning
Sessions (Click for the session details!)
The abstract submission due date has passed, and we no longer accept abstract.
The acceptance decision was made as below.
|Session Code||Session Schedule||Session Title||Workshop Length||skill
|WS01||14-Sep||Full Day||GeoServer Performance Tuning||8 hours (4hours x 2)||Intermediate||Jody Garnett(Boundless)Tom Ingold(Boundless)|
|WS02||14-Sep||Morning||Exploring the Sensor Observation Service Standard Enhanced by IstSOS Special Features||4 hours||Intermediate||Massimiliano Cannata(Institute of Earth
Science – SUPSI)Milan Antonovic(Institute of Earth Science – SUPSI)
|WS03||14-Sep||Morning||GeoTools DataStore Workshop||4 hours||Intermediate||Ian Turton (Envitia)Jody Garnett (Boundless)|
|WS04||14-Sep||Morning||QGIS Plugin Development with Python||4 hours||Intermediate||Pirmin Kalberer(Sourcepole)
|WS05||14-Sep||Morning||Mobmap: An introduction to analysis people flow data||4 hours||Beginner||Sengoku Hiroaki(Microbase)|
|WS06||14-Sep||Morning||Introduction to PostGIS||4 hours||Beginner||Paul Ramsey(CartoDB)|
|WS07||14-Sep||Morning||ZOO-Project Introduction Workshop||4 hours||Intermediate||Gerald FENOY(GeoLabs SARL)
Nicolas Bozon(GeoLabs SARL)
Venkatesh Raghavan(Osaka City University)
|WS08||14-Sep||Afternoon||Build Your Own Data Portal Using GeoNetwork 3||4 hours||Advanced||Florent Gravin (Camptocamp)
Francois Xavier Prunayre (Titellus)
Jeroen Ticheler (Geocat BV)
|WS09||14-Sep||Afternoon||Open IoT Made Easy: a Tutorial on the OGC SensorThings API with SensorUp||4 hours||Intermediate||Steve Liang (University of Calgary)|
|WS10||14-Sep||Afternoon||Building Standards Compliant Geospatial Web Applications – the Quick and Easy MapMint Way||4 hours||Intermediate||Gerald FENOY (GeoLabs SARL)
Nicolas BOZON (GeoLabs SARL)
Venkatesh RAGHAVAN (Osaka City University)
|WS11||14-Sep||Afternoon||Kite Mapping For Fun and Profit(Cancel)||4 hours||Beginner||Linda Sandvik (Knight-Mozilla OpenNews fellow at the Guardian, UK)|
|WS12||14-Sep||Afternoon||FOSS4G Routing with PgRouting, OpenStreetMap Road Data and OpenLayers 3||4 hours||Intermediate||Daniel Kastl (Georepublic)* Ko Nagase (Georepublic)
* Vicky Vergara (Georepublic)
|WS13||14-Sep||Afternoon||OGC Webservices with QGIS||4 hours||Intermediate||Marco Hugentobler (Sourcepole AG)|
|WS14||15-Sep||Full Day||_drOne Day Workshop: Build a Drone and OpenDroneMap||8 hours (4hours x 2)||Intermediate||Stephen Mather (Cleveland Metroparks)|
|WS15||15-Sep||Morning||Managing MetOc and Remote Sensing Data with GeoServer(Cancel)||4 hours||Advanced||Simone Giannecchini (GeoSolutions)
Andrea Aime (GeoSolutions)
|WS16||15-Sep||Morning||Python in GRASS GIS 7||4 hours||Beginner||Luca Delucchi (Fondazione Edmund Mach)|
|WS17||15-Sep||Morning||Geopaparazzi: Never Out of Data in the Field||4 hours||Beginner||Hirofumi Hayashi (Applied technology)
Daisuke Yoshida (Osaka City University)
|WS18||15-Sep||Morning||OpenLayers 3||4 hours||Intermediate||Eric Lemoine (Camptocamp)
Tim Schaub (Planet Labs)
|WS19||15-Sep||Morning||Beyond GeoServer Basics||4 hours||Intermediate||Jody Garnett(Boundless)Tom Ingold(Boundless)*Benjamin Trigona-Harany (Boundless)|
|WS20||15-Sep||Afternoon||Web Mapping with OGC Services and GeoServer: an Introduction||4 hours||Beginner||Andrea Aime (GeoSolutions)|
|WS21||15-Sep||Afternoon||OpenSource 3D GIS||4 hours||Intermediate||Olivier Courtin (Oslandia)
Vincent Picavet (Oslandia)
|WS22||15-Sep||Afternoon||Building Dynamic Maps with CartoDB||4 hours||Beginner||Aurelia Moser (CartoDB)
Andy Eschbacher (CartoDB)
|WS23||15-Sep||Afternoon||GeoPython Workshop||4 hours||Intermediate||Jachym Cepicky (OSGeo)|
Call for Workshops will be announced on 23rd, February.
Call for Workshops will be closed on 23rd, March
Workshop Selection Results will be announced on 31st, March.
Detailed Workshop Program will be announced on 9th, April.
Workshop will start on 14th and15th, September.
Please be sure to join the conference mailing list(http://lists.osgeo.org/listinfo/foss4g2015), as it will be through this mailing list that discussions such as deadlines, Q/As, and schedules will occur. Also please subscribe the conference workshop committee mailing list.(http://lists.osgeo.org/listinfo/conference-workshops) And to contact the FOSS4G Conference Organising Committee, please mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Ms. Annie Shim
FOSS4G Seoul 2015 Secretariat
Tel.: +82 2 6288 6324
Fax: +82 2 6288 6399 Email: email@example.com