New Article: “Towards value-creating and sustainable open data ecosystems: A comparative case study and a research agenda”, JeDEM-eJournal of eDemocracy and Open Government, 13(2), 1-27 (leading author Bastiaan van Loenen)
Stefano Calzati will be presenting online the paper ” ‘Critical Turn’ in Geomatics and Geospatial Information Systems: An Epistemologically Sound Foundation for Sustainable Development Goals” in the Data Power Conference held in person conjointly in Ontario, Bremen, and Sheffield, as well as online, from the 22nd to the 24th of June.
Members of the Knowledge Centre will be actively involved in the SPIDER Summer School organised in Zabreg, from the 22nd to the 25th of August
On Tuesday June 22, at 3pm CET, KCOD’s Agung Indrajit will defend his dissertation 4D Open Spatial Information Infrastructure; Participatory Urban Plan Monitoring in Indonesian Cities. The defense will be online. We will keep you posted on the exact online location.
The TU Delft project ‘Towards a sustainable Open Data ECOsystem’ (ODECO) has been granted as one of the 147 projects funding by the H2020 Marie Skłodowska-Curie action Innovative Training Networks. Coordinator of ODECO is KCOD’s Bastiaan van Loenen. Learn more about ODECO through this link.: https://www.tudelft.nl/en/2021/bk/project-odeco-data-is-key-to-the-success-of-information-economies
When: Wednesday October 21, 2-5pm CET Where: https://meet.jit.si/SPOW Programme Time Title Presenter Affiliation 14:00 Welcome Dr. Frederika Welle Donker Delft University of Technology, Netherlands 14:05 Introduction to the Safeguarding Personal data protection in an Open data World (SPOW) project Dr. Bastiaan van Loenen Delft University of Technology, Netherlands 14:10 Open data and proportionality: the caseRead More…
Dr. Lorenzo Dalla Corte dissertation entitled Safeguarding data protection in an open data world; On the idea of balancing open dataand data protection in the development of the smart city environment is now available online.
We opened a new 2 year post doc position on Urbidata: ethics for the (open) data city. Further information is available through this link
On 18 May, Lorenzo presented and defended his dissertation entitled “Safeguarding Data Protection in an Open Data World”. And did it very successfully. Congratulations Lorenzo!
On Monday May 18th at 1:30pm Lorenzo Dalla Corte will defend his thesis “Safeguarding Data Protection in an Open Data World – on the idea of balancing data protection and open data in the development of the ’smart city’ environment”. The link for the live stream is: https://tiu.nu/livephddefense The main research question the idea that dataRead More…