The following e-learning courses might be of interest to you. Further
details at http://www.eurosdr.net/eduserv10/
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Subject: EuroSDR elearning courses 2012 - REMINDER
Please register now for the 2012 series of elearning courses offered by
EuroSDR from March 2012.
Terrestrial Reference Frames: application to the realisation of the European
Reference System (ETRS89)
Hosted by: Ecole Nationale des Sciences Géographiques, Paris.
3D data in Urban Environments
Hosted by: IGN France
Open Standards & Open Source WebMapping
Hosted by: ITC University of Twente, Netherlands
Radiometric performance of Digital Photogrammetric Cameras and Laser
Hosted by: Finnish Geodetic Institute and TU Vienna
Preparations are well underway for this 2012 series of short distance
e-learning courses from EuroSDR. They will begin with a two-day pre-course
seminar, hosted by the Dublin Institute of Technology (DIT), Bolton Street,
Dublin, Ireland from 12th to 13th March 2012.
For further details, please check the webpages:
Public Management Institute - Catholic University of Leuven
Parkstraat 45 bus 3609 3000 Leuven, BELGIUM
T.: +32 16 32 31 80 F.: +32 16 32 32 67
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