Frederika Welle Donker, together with Andrea Miletić and Ana Kuveždić Divjak from the University of Zagreb, authored the article “Assessment of the Croatian Open Data Portal Using User-Oriented Metrics”, which appeared, open access, in the ISPRS International Journal of Geo-Information, 12(5), 185.
Stefano Calzati and Bastiaan van Loenen co-authored the article “An ethics assessment list for geoinformation ecosystems: revisiting the integrated geospatial information framework of the United Nations”, which appeared open access on the International Journal of Digital Earth.
Stefano Calzati’s “Huawei knowledge transfer in Africa: Corporate communication and users’ responses on social networks” was published on the journal Global Media & Communication.
New article out! Ashraf Shaharudin, together with Bastiaan van Loenen and Marijn Janssen, authored the article “Towards a Common Definition of Open Data Intermediaries”, which was published open access on the journal Digital Government: Research and Practice. The article is available here.
New article out! Ashraf Shaharudin, together with Bastiaan van Loenen and Marijn Janssen, authored the article “Identifying Business Models of Open Data Intermediaries: A Review”. The article is available here.
On the 10th of February, the Department of Urbanism held its first Research Exchange Meeting dedicated to “inclusive urbanism”. The event was coordinated by Stefano Calzati, together with Thomas Verbeek and Marcin Dubrowski, and it hosted presentations of early-launched and ongoing research projects, one for each of the six sections animating the department. For theRead More…
The Book of Abstracts of the 2022 International Conference on Open Data, held between November 28th and December 2nd at the University of Zagreb, is out! Among others, the book contains interventions by various members of KCOP, as well as geomatics students of TU Delft.
On December 8th, Stefano Calzati will take part as an invitee to the workshop “Privilegisation in Digital Data Infrastructures” organized by the Urban Digital Infrastructure Collective of the DesignLab at University of Twente
The Call for Paper for the AGILE 2023 Conference is out! In 2023 the annual conference of the Association of Geographic Information Laboratories in Europe (AGILE) will be held in Delft, between 13th and 16th of June. This year’s topic is “spatial data for design” and explores the fertile and varied connections between geoinformation andRead More…
On November 18th, Prof. Bastiaan van Loenen delivered a keynote lecture at the Danish National GIS conference. The keynote, titled “Towards Geographical Information Ecosystems”, attracted more than 800 people, among academic scholars, GIS practitioners, actors in the public and private sector, civil servants, non-institutional actors, and it was the occasion to disseminate ODECO project andRead More…