Educational Offers

CopHub.AC Resource Catalogue

This catalogue of resources lists Copernicus user/success stories and training elements in a structured and selectable way. This structured (but by no means exhaustive) collection of online resources includes courses, webinars, good practice examples, etc. from a variety of sources and providers specialised in the design and delivery of training materials and success stories on Copernicus.

Summer Schools

GEOBIA Summer School

“OBIA for the operational Copernicus service challenge”

Important information

Due to the current and worldwide exceptional situation regarding the COVID-19 virus,  the format of the Summer School will be adapted into a remote event. Detailed information will be announced on this website in the next days.

For administrative reasons the following changes were decided regarding the participation to the summer school:

  • Extension of the registration deadline until April 26th, 2020
  • The Virtual Summer School will take place June 1st – July 10th (no typing error)
  • Training material (lectures and hands-on sessions) for self-learning will be provided online.
  • Additionally compulsory Videoconferences (at the beginning of the Summer School: Introduction and Clarification of organisational isues and at the end of the Summer School: Presentation of results of Group works) and Webinars are planned.
  • Registration fee: due to the current situation no registration fee for the Summer School itself applies, only registraion fee for the GI_Forum 2020

We hope that through these measures, the registration and participation for our summer school will be facilitated in these uncertain times.

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Copernicus for Digital Earth Summer School

Benefit from the potential of freely available Satellite data and Copernicus services for your domain.

This Summer School explored the potential of freely available satellite data and derived information products. A focus will be set on data from the European Earth Observation Programme Copernicus – and its services in the fields of Atmosphere, Marine Environment, Land, Climate Change, Emergency Management and Security.

Copernicus Master

The two year full-time integrated programme aims at qualifying individuals to lead initiatives, projects and institutions translating Copernicus data (remote sensing and in-situ) into information for management decisions within a broader Digital Earth vision.

Study Earth Observation and Geoinformatics in the first academic year. Two Specialization Tracks offer outstanding candidates a pathway towards excellence in GeoData Science as well as GeoVisualization and Geocommunication in the second year of studies. The Geographic Information Science / Systems (GIS) Master of Science programme is offered as double degree in English language.

The call for applications – Intake 2 is open from November 1, 2019 – January 15, 2020.