Friday, December 28, 2012

A new Page is Added

A new Page is added on "GisBioEnviNet" Blog, called "Fellowship Opportunities".
It will try to accumulate and present Fellowship Opportunities from around the Globe.

A New Page is Added

A new Page is added on "GisBioEnviNet" Blog, called "Web-GIS Viewers".
It will try to accumulate and present Web-GIS Viewers from around the Globe, providing also some criticism and recommendations. Any additional comments will be appreciated.
The accumulative link for the Web-GIS Viewer will be available on the right side of the blog and it will be progressively enriched.

Sunday, December 23, 2012

GI-Forum Symposium

There has been an announcement

for the GI_Forum - Creating the GISociety Symposium 
for Applied Geoinformatics  | Salzburg, July 2 - 5, 2013

on the "Conferences" page!

Friday, December 14, 2012

1 funded Ph.D. Opportunity

One funded Ph.D. Studentship in Remote Sensing and Forest Landscape Modeling in the Department of Geography and Earth Sciences at the University of North Carolina at Charlotte is announced today (13th of December 2012) at the "Ph.D. Opportunities" web page.

Deadline: The position is open until filled (It is expected to start in August 2013).

2 Ph.D. Research Assistant Opportunities

2 Ph.D. Research Assistant positions in the Department of Geography, at Texas A&M University (TAMU) are announced today (13th of December 2012) at the "Ph.D. Opportunities" web page.

Deadline: January 15th 2013, and will continue until a suitable candidate is identified.

Thursday, December 6, 2012

Ph.D. opportunity announced

A new PhD scholarship on Historic GIS at Heidelberg University is announced on page "Ph.D. opportunities"

Deadline: January 7th 2013

Sunday, November 11, 2012

...after a lot of time, the needs of additional enlightments towards GIS-SCIENCE and the AGROENVIRONMENT keep on being enormous. New accomplishments and innovations for GEOINFORMATICS, new perspectives for the Agroenvironment and the society, new frontiers to the future...Yet, how much of them reach the bottom line? How many extraordinary, geospatial innovations remain unexploited? How much additional time should be lost before starting to get benefits from the remarkable results and methodologies of enlightened scientists?
Questions that need to get their answers in real practice and not in theory...

GISBIOENVINET is up and running promoting issues of GIS (Geographic Information Systems), AgroEnvironment, Remote Sensing, Earth Observation, Sustainability and Organic Agriculture