12-Oct A: Addressing new Challenges & Opportunities of EO Open Science 2.0
Introduction from ESA
09:00 Welcome Maurice Borgeaud, ESA
09:10 Objectives and Organisation Yves-Louis Desnos, ESA
A.1 A new era for Open Science and Earth Observation -chair: M. A. Brovelli, Politecnico di Milano [Magellan]
09:30 Enabling the transition towards Earth Observation Science 2.0 Alan O'Neil, University of Reading
10:00 Using Satellite, UAV and Citizen Data for Flood Management in Dar es Salaam Tanzania Edward Anderson, The World Bank
10:15 SNAP the sentinel application platform Carsten Brockmann, Brockmann Consult GmbH
10:30 EO information as a service to citizens regarding the quality of life in cities Constantinos Cartalis, University of Athens
10:45 NASA Web WorldWind: welcome to the new era of virtual globes Maria Antonia Brovelli, Politecnico di Milano
11:00 Coffee Break  
A.1 A new era for Open Science and Earth Observation (continuation)  -chair: M. A. Brovelli, Politecnico di Milano [Magellan]
11:30 Earth observation for the 21st century Conor O'Sullivan, Satellite Applications Catapult
11:45 The Community Intercomparison Suite: an open-source toolbox Duncan Watson-Parris, University of Oxford
12:00 The support of Earth Observation to Future Earth Mario Hernandez, Future Earth
12:15 From Free and Open Earth Observation Data to Innovative Applications – the MYGEOSS Approach Elena Roglia European Commission - JRC
12:45 Round Table
13:15 Lunch Break  
A.2 Open Innovation and Tools -chair F. Snik, University of Leiden  [Magellan]
14:45 The Copernicus Master Prize and the ESA App Camps Thomas Beer, ESA
15:00 A live-link on Sentinel data to discover, track changes, inform, train… citizen and scientists. Serge Riazanoff, VisioTerra
15:15 FMI Image processing tool (FMIPROT) Ali Nadir Arslan, Finnish Meteorological Institute
15:30 Orfeo TooLBox: free and open-source software for remote sensing images processing Manuel Grizonnet, CNES
15:45 Coffee Break  
A.2 Open Innovation and Tools (continuation) -chair F. Snik, University of Leiden [Magellan]
16:15 ESA's Science Toolbox Exploitation Platform (STEP) Yves-Louis Desnos, ESA
16:30 The Sentinel-1 toolbox for EO science 2.0 Luis Veci, Array Systems Computing Inc
16:45 Toolbox for analysis of geospatial time series data. Christoph Paulik, Vienna University of Technology
17:00 Round Table
17:15 Jam Session & Cocktail  
19:15 End day-1 (12-Oct)  
13-Oct B: Engaging with and across new Communities and the Public   
B.1 Citizen Science -chair S. Fritz, IIASA  [Magellan]
09:30 Digital Humanitarian in the Sky  Heather Leson, Qatar Computing Research Center
10:00 The use of crowdsourcing, gaming and citizen science to collect land cover information Steffen Fritz, IIASA
10:15 Effective Earth Observations from ground through citizen observatories Stuart Wrigley, Uni. Sheffield
10:30 Citizen Science and EO with 1.4 million Zooniverse volunteers Brooke Simmons, Uni. Oxford
10:45 iSPEX; mapping atmospheric aerosol properties with a citizen science network of smartphone spectropolarimeters Frans Snik, Uni. Leiden 
11:00 Coffee Break  
B.1 Citizen Science (continuation) -chair S. Fritz, IIASA  [Magellan]
11:30 DIY-Citizen Science: SenseBox and OpenSenseMap Thomas Bartoschek, Instute for Geoinformatics
11:45 Making sense of crowdsourced observations: Data fusion techniques for real-time mapping of urban air quality Philipp Schneider, NILU
12:00 Cities at Night: a crowdsourced catalogue and scientific pipeline for the Night time ISS images. Alejandro Sánchez de Miguel,
Uni. Complutense de Madrid
12:15 Geographic citizen science in marine management Bruce Eleanor, University of Sydney, Australia
12:30 Crowdsourcing for observations from satellites Stuart Wrigley, Uni. Sheffield
12:45 Round Table
13:15 Lunch Break  
B.2 Earth Science Virtual Research Environment -chair J. Blower, University of Reading [Magellan]
14:15 Environmental Research Infrastructures as enabler of Open Science 2.0 Sanna Sorvari, Finnish Meteorological Institute
14:45 Data-driven unraveling Earth System Dynamics with the Earth System Data Cube Markus Reichstein, Max-Planck-Institute
for Biogeochemistry
15:00 Datacubes as the New Virtual Research Environment Paradigm Peter Baumann, Jacobs University
15:15 Earth Observation and the Web of Data - how can we join the dots? Jon Blower, Uni. Reading
15:30 Oceanflux GHG & Ocean Heat Flux : an open collaborative research framework for ocean fluxes Antoine Grouazel, Ifremer
15:45 Coffee Break  
B.2 Earth Science Virtual Research Environment (continuation) -chair J. Blower, University of Reading [Magellan]
16:15 SEOM SY-4SCI Ocean Virtual Laboratory : the synergy amongst Sentinels at your fingertips Fabrice Collard, OceanDataLab
16:30 A Virtual Research Infrastructure for the Geohazard Supersites and Natural Laboratories community Stefano Salvi, INGV
16:45 The OPTIRAD Platform: Cloud-hosted IPython Notebooks for collaborative EO Data Analysis and Processing Philip Kershaw, STFC Rutherford
Appleton Laboratory
17:00 Bringing Earth Observation data, software development and information extraction together - Introducing the EODC IT
Mucke Werner, EODC
17:15 Towards massive and systematic exploitation of Satellite SAR data for ground displacement monitoring at global scale Francesco Casu, CNR - IREA
17:30 Round Table
18:00 Jam Session Report
18:30 End day-2 (13-Oct)  
14-Oct C: Education and Communication 2.0  
C.1A Scientific Communication and Visualisation -chair R. Meisner, ESA [Magellan]
09:00 Making the most of Earth Observation through visualisation Javier de la Torre, Cartodb
09:30 The CCI Visualisation Corner Philip Eales, Planetary Visions Limited
09:45 How to build inspiring digital products to visualise Earth Observation Data. Craig Mills, Vizzuality
10:00 NASA World Wind, World Data Viewer Patrick Hogan, NASA
10:15 Geospatial User Feedback as a Form of Alternative Scientific Digital Reputation Joan Masó, CREAF
10:30 Visualization and animation for use in ESA communication Robert Meisner, ESA
10:45 Round Table
11:15 Coffee break  
C.1B Exploitation Platforms -chairs S. Loekken and G. Campbell, ESA [Big Hall]
09:00 The ESA Thematic Exploitation Platforms Sveinung Loekken, ESA
09:30 The ESA Geohazards TEP Philippe Bally, ESA
09:45 Thematic Exploitation Platform for Hydrology Bernat Martinez, isardSAT
10:00 The Coastal Thematic Exploitation Platform: a virtual research center for coastal environment monitoring Nicolas Gilles, ACRI-ST
10:15 Polar Thematic Exploitation Platform Andrew Fleming, British Antarctic Survey
10:30 Forestry Thematic Exploitation Platform Tuomas Häme, VTT
10:45 Earth Observation in the Cloud: Lessons from Landsat on AWS Jed Sundwall, Amazon Web Services
11:00 Round Table
11:30 Coffee break  
C.2 Training a new generation of Data Scientist -chair R. Kapur, Imperative Space [Magellan]
11:45 Making the invisible visible ­ blending data, film, CGI and intuitive apps for training, education and public engagement Ravi Kapur, Imperative Space
12:15 Earth Observation mission built by a student community Jaan Praks, Aalto University
12:30 A Roadmap for Earth Observation Education Valborg Byfield, National Oceanography Centre
12:45 SAR-EDU - The online learning portal for radar remote sensing. Robert Eckardt, FSU Jena
13:00 PolSARpro V5.0: An ESA Educational, Free and Open Source Toolbox for Polarimetric SAR Data Aanalysis Eric Pottier, IETR - University of Rennes 1
13:15 Round Table
13:45 Lunch Break  
A, B, C Demos and Posters
17:45 Session Reports and Closing of EO Open Science 2.0
14-Oct A, B, C Demos, Posters and Exhibition (14:45 - 17:45) [Big Hall]  
A.1 A new era for Open Science and Earth Observation
2 Validation Of Future Internet Technologies For Added Value Precision Agriculture Solutions Based On Satellite Imagery Jonathan Becedas, AGROESTUDIO TECHNOLOGY
3 Landscape dynamics and heritage risk: the potential impact of Open Science, Earth Observation and Collaborative frameworks on
heritage management and policy in the EU
Anthony Beck, University of Nottingham
5 Recent environmental changes in Albania through remote sensing Neki Frasheri, Polytechnic University of Tirana
6 GC RAS Spherical screen and Orbus software – an effective tool for visualisation geodata and popularization of scientific achievements Olga Pyatygina, Geopysical center of RAS
7 OpenAerialMap and Open Imagery Network: sustainable solutions for sharing open imagery Cristiano Giovando,
Humanitarian OpenStreetMap Team
8 Phases Ambiguities Resolution Combining  Precise Point Positioning (PPP) and SBAS Augmentation  Methods Noureddine Kheloufi, CTS
9 Geoprocessing services for EO time-series data access as basis for web and mobile applications Jonas Eberle, Friedrich-Schiller-University Jena
10 LEOWorks 4 – Earth Observation image processing/Geographic Information System (GIS) Software for Educational Purposes Adrian Stoica, Terrasigna
11 Academic perspectives on EO Science 2.0: experiences at the Remote Sensing Laboratories, University of Zurich Hendrik Wulf, University of Zurich
12 Research and Service Support: new opportunities for EO scientists Giancarlo Rivolta, Progressive Systems Srl
A.2 Open Innovation and Tools
13 STEP and the Sentinel-2 Toolbox Nicolas Ducoin, Julien Malik CS-SI
14 OpenCitySmart - The Open Platform for Smart Cities Suchith Anand, University of Nottingham
15 estate4real: EO application for the real estate market in cities Constantinos Cartalis, University of Athens
16 Sustainable urban transport and ridership estimation of BRTS using GIS techniques Prateek Joshi, HARYANA SPACE
17 Integration of Earth Observation and in-situ data for map updating Eetu Puttonen, Finnish Geospatial
 Research Institute
18 Exposure monitoring from optical earth observation data: an open-source and integrated set of tools Daniele De Vecchi, University of Pavia /
EUCENTRE Foundation
B.1 Citizen Science
18 Citizens as sensors: from a multi-purpose framework to app implementation Daniele De Vecchi, University of Pavia /
 EUCENTRE Foundation
19 A crowdsourcing-based game for land cover validation Maria Antonia Brovelli, Politecnico di Milano
20 Preserving cultural landscapes through citizen engagement: the role of Earth Observation in crowdsourcing-based applications
 for the archaeological research
Francesc C. Conesa, Pompeu Fabra University
21 BuioMetria Partecipativa: participatory night sky quality monitoring, the Italian way Andrea Giacomelli, Attivarti.org
22 Small Sensor Developments for High-resolution Air Quality Mapping and S5P Satellite Validation Bas Mijling, KNMI
23 Dark Sky Meter - IYL2015 App Pedro Russo, University of Leiden 
24 Investigating Data Sustainability of Citizen Science Projects Sven Schade, Elena Roglia
 European Commission - JRC
25 Cost-efficient and reliable crowd sourcing platforms built on open standards – A citizen science architecture to support collaborative
 ground truthing and knowledge creation
Ingo Simonis, OGC
B.2 Earth Science Virtual Research Environment
26 A method to map flooding-prone areas in Iran for artificial recharging using Landsat satellite images and GIS Ali Bozorgi, Iran water Resources.
Management Co
27 Multi-model ensemble hydrometeorological simulations of the 2011 and 2014 flash floods in Genoa, Italy: a comparison study
in the framework of the DRIHM project
Parodi Antonio, CIMA Research
28 Scalable in-database regression analysis of large earth-observation datasets Marius Appel, University of Muenster
29 E-Infrastructures empowered by Interoperable Volunteered Geographic Information Gloria Bordogna, CNR
31 Scientific data analytics workflows at large scale with the Ophidia big data stack Sandro Fiore, CMCC
C.1A/B Scientific Communication and Visualisation / Exploitation Platforms
32 IPython meets geospatial data analysis Julia Wagemann, ESA
33 Non-Invasive Monitoring System for Monumental Heritage : advanced dissemination and outreach solution Maria Fabrizia Buongiorno, INGV
34 A new edutainment app using satellite images to teach physical geography. Fabio Del Frate, GEO-K
35 Making a sensible use of technology: the new frontier of Earth Education Tiziana Lanza
Istituto Nazionale di Geofisica e Vulcanologia
36 PERICLES: a knowledge management programme applied to SOLAR data from COLUMBUS, application to long term earth
observation studies
Praveen Pandey, B.USOC
37 ESA Activities in Earth Observation Education Francesco Sarti, ESA
38 Next generation Sentinel data hub Grega Milcinski, Sinergise
39 Mission Exploitation Platform proba-v Erwin Goor, VITO
Exhibitors [Big Hall]
B Array Systems Computing Inc  
C CartoDB  
E AizoOn Consulting s.r.l.  
F ReMedia Italia srl  
G Amazon Web Services  
H Terradue  
I SenSyF  
J EOX IT Services GmbH    
K Advanced computer Systems Spa