The GLP Taipei Nodal Office held a three-day free online workshop in July on how to measure error and temporal change for a variety of applications, in particular for GIS-based land change simulation. The presenter, Prof. Robert Gilmore Pontius, Jr., showed how to avoid common mistakes and to use enlightening techniques such as the Total Operating Characteristic and Difference Components. Recordings and slides of the sessions are available.
Innovation partnership grants will support the establishment of cooperation between Swiss researchers from universities, universities of applied sciences or public research institutes with non-academic innovation agents in China (including Hong Kong and Taiwan), Japan, South Korea and member states of ASEAN. Application deadline is 30 July 2020.
GLP is currently seeking to nominate two to three new members for our international Scientific Steering Committee (SSC), starting June 1, 2020. The activities of GLP are initiated, stimulated and overseen by the SSC, and the continuing success of GLP relies on the input of the SSC. In seeking nominations, we are looking for scientific excellence and a high level of commitment to actualizing GLP goals and activities. Deadline for nominations is 15 March 2020.
GLP Taipei Nodal Office together with GLP Japan Nodal Office, are pleased to announce the call for abstracts for the GLP 2018 Asia Conference "Transitioning to Sustainable Development of Land Systems through Teleconnection and Telecouplings" to be held in Taipei, Taiwan on 03-05 September 2018.