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Linking Geospatial Data

5th - 6th March 2014, Campus London, Shoreditch

Attendees

This event has atracted substantial attention from around the world and is already over-subscribed (the target number of participants was 80). Unfortunately therefore there is no room for further additions to the list.

  1. Māris Alberts, IMCS
  2. Dicky Allison, Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution
  3. Raquel Alegre, University of Reading
  4. Jan Schulze Althoff, Giger GeoIT
  5. Sofia Angeletou, BBC
  6. Phil Archer, W3C
  7. Sotirios Batsakis, University of Huddersfield
  8. Hadley Beeman, W3C Data on the Web Best Practices WG co-chair
  9. Nic Bertrand, Centre for Ecology and Hydrology
  10. Jon Blower, University of Reading/MELODIES project
  11. Rich Boakes, University of Portsmouth
  12. Jan Bojko, Czech Republic Forest Management Institute
  13. Morten Borrebaek, Norwegian Mapping Authority
  14. Pēteris Brūns, IMCS
  15. Tony Bush, Ricardo-AEA
  16. Bente Lilja Bye, BLB
  17. Otakar Čerba, Help Service Remote Sensing
  18. Jonathan Chetwynd, peepo.com
  19. Emily Connolly, DECC
  20. Dan Cooper, Hampshire County Council
  21. Alex Coley, DEFRA
  22. Oscar Corcho, Ontology Engineering Group, Universidad Politécnica de Madrid
  23. Paul Cripps, University of South Wales
  24. Leigh Dodds, Leigh Dodds Consulting
  25. Paul Downey, UK Government Digital Service
  26. Philippe Duchesne, High Latitudes
  27. Tim Duffy, BGS
  28. Ian Edwards, Met Office
  29. Orri Erling, OpenLink/GeoKnow
  30. Jesus Mª Estrada Villegas, TRAGSA
  31. Marco Fago, Planetek
  32. Gary Gale, Lokku
  33. Charlton Galvarino, Second Creek Consulting
  34. Hugh Glaser, Seme4
  35. Stijn Goedertier, PwC
  36. John Goodwin, Ordnance Survey
  37. Martin Hammitzsch, GFZ German Research Centre for Geosciences
  38. Stuart Harrison, Open Data Institute
  39. Andreas Harth, KIT
  40. Chris Henden, BBC
  41. Keith Jeffery, Keith G Jeffery Consultants
  42. Stepan Kafka, Czech Center for Science and Society
  43. Athanasios Karalopoulos, European Commission
  44. Dennis Keck, KIT
  45. Frans Knibbe, Geodan
  46. Indira Knight, develop_for
  47. Isao Kojima, AIST
  48. Jacek Kopecky, University of Portsmouth
  49. Kostis Kyzirakos, CWI
  50. Leif Laaksonen, Research Data Alliance
  51. Bart De Lathouwer, OGC
  52. John Laxton, BGS
  53. Adam Leadbetter, British Oceanographic Data Centre
  54. Chris Little, Met Office
  55. Alejandro Llaves, Ontology Engineering Group, Universidad Politécnica de Madrid
  56. Angelica Lo Duca, Institute of Informatics and Telematics CNR
  57. Michael Lutz, EC/JRC
  58. Mano Marks, Google
  59. Keith May, University of South Wales
  60. Ian Millard, Seme4
  61. Mariano Navarro De La Cruz, TRAGSA
  62. John O'Flaherty, MAC
  63. Bill Oates, Welsh Government
  64. Peter Parslow, Ordnance Survey
  65. Ed Parsons, Google
  66. Andrea Perego, EC/JRC
  67. Christine Perey, Perey Research & Consulting
  68. Steve Peters, DCLG
  69. Clemens Portele, Interactive Instruments
  70. Alex Ramage, Transport Scotland
  71. Paul Rissen, BBC
  72. Joeri Robbrecht, AGIV
  73. Giuseppe Rizzo, University of Torino
  74. Bill Roberts, Swirrl
  75. Dumitru Roman, SINTEF / University of Oslo, Norway
  76. Cinzia Rubattino, Piksel/LinDA Project
  77. Peter Rushforth, Canada Center for Mapping and Earth Observation
  78. Susanne Rutishauser, Universität Bern/Virtual Cilicia Project
  79. Andy Seaborne, Apache Foundation
  80. Herbert Schentz, Environment Agency Austria (EAA)
  81. Matthias Schroeder, GFZ German Research Centre for Geosciences
  82. Martin Seiler, Coordination Office Spatial Data Infrastructre, Germany
  83. Chris Sheldrick, what3words
  84. Raj Singh, OGC
  85. Amanda Smith, ODI
  86. Monika Solanki, Aston University
  87. Bert Spaan, Waag Society
  88. Claus Stadler, University of Leipzig/GeoKnow
  89. Herman Stehouwer, Research Data Alliance
  90. Lars Svensson, DNB
  91. Jeremy Tandy, Met office
  92. Kerry Taylor, CSIRO
  93. Diederik Tirry, Katholieke Universiteit Leuven
  94. Raphaël Troncy, Eurecom
  95. Martin Tuchyňa, SAŽP (Slovak Environmental Agency)
  96. Rein van 't Veer, Digitaal Erfgoed Nederland/Erfgoed en Locatie
  97. Steven Verstockt, Electronics and Information Systems, Universiteit Gent
  98. Boris Villazón-Terrazas, iSOCO
  99. Uwe Voges, Con Terra
  100. Rob Warren, Big Data Institute, Dalhousie University
  101. Hugh Williams, OpenLink/GeoKnow
  102. Oliver Williams, University of Portsmouth
  103. Stuart Williams, Epimorphics
  104. Tomaž Žagar, Geodetic Institute of Slovenia
  105. Frans van der Zande,Dutch State Service for Cultural Heritage
  106. Massimo Zotti, Planetek

Partners

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W3C is acting on behalf of the Smart Open Data project, in which it is a partner, co-funded by the European Commission´s DG-ENV under the Seventh Framework Programme
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The event is co-organized by the UK Government, Ordnance Survey, the OGC and Google.

Host

W3C gratefully acknowledges Google for hosting this workshop.

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