Chinese-German Study Seminar "Information Systems in Land Management" (10. - 20th of July 2020) 中德研究研讨会“土地管理信息系统”(2020年7月10日至20日)

Climate change, conflicts between food and energy supply, the loss of biodiversity, demographic changes and the intensive use of land by settlements, transport and business require innovative and regionally adapted solutions. This task can be solved only with well-founded ecosystem knowledge, which results from long-term environmental observations.

But, environmental data processing appears to be a complex field. It places special requirements on the collection and administration, processing and user-friendly preparation and provision of high quality data and information. Although there are hardly any national differences between China and Germany in the information technology and the collection and processing of the data, these are all the more apparent due to the regionally different natural conditions and, in particular, due to different socio-cultural contexts.

Beside the presentation of national german information systems in land management, the latter points will be analyzed as one part of the study seminar and worked up for a better understanding of the respective systems.

Programme and schedule will be communicated soon.

Contact: Prof. Dr. Peter Fischer-Stabel (p.fischer-stabel@umwelt-campus.de)

当今全球气候变化,生物多样性的流失,粮食和能源供应之间的冲突 ,人口数量的变化分配不均以及居住,运输和商业对土地的过度占用,这一系列正在发生的危机都急需要有一些新型的因地制宜的解决方案。解决这些问题的关键就在于拥有扎实的生态系统知识,而且这些知识是基于对环境长期的观察得出的。

然而,处理环境数据似乎是一个复杂的领域。它对数据信息的搜集,管理,加工和方便用户等方面有着特殊要求,不仅如此,高质量数据和信息的提供也是其难点。尽管中德之间在信息技术和数据收集处理的方面几乎没有国家差异,但由于两国自然条件的不同,尤其是社会文化背景的不同,使这些微小的差异变得明显。

为此在为期10天的研讨会中,除了介绍德国信息系统在土地管理方面的知识外,也将对中德系统之间的差异进行分析,并将其作为研究研讨会的一部分,进行深入研究,以更好地理解各个系统。

关于该项目的具体细节和时间计划将会在近期公开
联系人:Peter Fischer-Stabel教授(p.fischer-stabel@umwelt-campus.de)

Prof. Dr. Peter Fischer-Stabel
Prof. Dr. Peter Fischer-Stabel
Professor FB Umweltplanung/-technik - FR Informatik

Standort

Birkenfeld | Gebäude 9925 | Raum 149

Kontakt

Adresse
Institut für Softwaresysteme in Wirtschaft, Umwelt und Verwaltung
Campusallee, Gebäude 9925
55768 Hoppstädten-Weiersbach

 

E-Mail
iss(at)umwelt-campus.de

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