we are about to start the second cycle of famous Spationomy project. The kick-off is at 9 am at the Razlagova 20 building, in the room R04. After the introduction, we will continue with the team management game, basics of remote sensing, and introduction to microeconomics.
Besides the research agenda we have here in Bochum during SciLab, we invited special guests to take part in completely new feature of SciLab – a minievent called “Spationomy Colloquium”. The Colloquium starts on Wednesday afternoon (29 November) with three presentations:
- 13.15-14.00 – Autonomous Vehicles, Geodata and the Stack
- 14.15-15.00 – From Colourful Views to Scientific Thoughts – Manned and Unmanned Earth Observation in Classrooms
- Andreas Rienow, Bochum (DE)
- 15.15-16.00 – Virtual Lecture on the Concept of Flipped Classroom
- Bouke Van Gorp, Utrecht (NL)
Hello all Spationomy fans 🙂
We have just started 2nd cycle of the Spationomy project with the Scientific Laboratory (SciLab) 2018 in Bochum, Germany. Scientific Laboratory is dedicated to a scientific collaboration among staff members of participating organisations. We will discuss current research agenda, and brainstorm about a new applications of spatial and economical methods within a concept of spatial economy. Besides, we are about to deal with the project planning and management issues. Stay tuned with us…
The first cycle of Spationomy project concluded as the Summerschool in Maribor in June 2017 had finished. It was really fascinating to observe, how dynamic was interaction among students and staff during the Summerschool 2017, especially during simulation game. From our own experiences as well as from students’ feedback, it seems that the Spationomy idea has proven to be beneficial for both students and staff members. It was enjoyable to work with you all. Thank you!
Spationomy Summerschool in Maribor 2017 – round 1 results are in the e-learning part of this website.
Spationomy Summerschool – the last part of IntLeB (Interdisciplinary Learning Block) – is held in Maribor, Slovenia. It is the final and the most demanding part of IntLeB. This 7-day course for all students is the culmination of IntLeB. Students will present their project assigned during the drill part. Then the intensive lectures (economy, decision making, business informatics, geomatics) will take place, followed by the simulation of “economic/business analytics issues from real world” via game-based learning, where they apply gained interdisciplinary knowledge, skills and abilities about economic data analyses using spatial methods.