AU GIS event

Participate in this true trans-facultarian AU GIS event with presenters from Archaeology, Bioscience, Health, Environmental Science, Agroecology, AU Estate, Geoscience aso.

Info about event


Tuesday 16 November 2021,  at 09:30 - 16:00

If you would like to present your results or work in progress, you can also register this at the above link as either a poster or a booth at the marketplace.

No admittance fee, you can win something - AND we serve a free sandwich

Aarhus University on Tuesday, November 16, 2021, 9:30 am to 4 pm

Location: The Lakeside Auditoriums, William Scharff Auditorium 1253-317

The seminar is hosted by the AU GIS Committee: 

AU Students and staff welcome!


09:30 Registration and coffee
10:00 Welcome to the seminar, announcing the quiz
10.15 Three talks on GIS
1. The Danish house price database. How you can use the data in your research Toke Emil Panduro
Environmental Social Science and Geography, Department of Environmental Science
2. Mapping exposures for health studies Jörg Schullehner
Institute of Environmental og Occupational Medicine, Department of Public Health
3. A GIS approach to understanding the effect of urban environments on psychosocial wellbieng: Insights from two EU Horizon 2020 projects Prince Michael Amegbor
Environmental Social Science and Geography, Department of Social Science
11.15 Short break
11.30 Three talks om GIS
1. Maps and GIS Data - AU Campus Eva Holdgaard Jensen Flensborg
Campus Planning and Projects, AU Estates
2. Aarhus Space Centre and Danish Earth Exploration Partnership Chistoffer Karoff
Department of Geoscience
3. The archival treasure trove of the Brattingborg manor house: A window into a past landscape Jens-Bjørn Riis Andresen
Department of Archeology and Heritage Studies, School of Culture and Society
Dorthe Haahr Kristiansen
Moesgaard Museum
12.30 Lunch
13.15 Marketplace and poster session
Booths with equipment, maps, tips, and tricks as well as poster session
14.15 Coffee
14.35 Three talks on GIS
1. Using GIS to predict the consequences of no-analogue future Alejandro Ordonez Gloria
Center for Biodiversity Dynamics in a Changing World, Department of Biology
2. Using modelling and GIS to illustrate soil mapping scenarios for stakeholders Amélie Marie Beucher and Anders Bjørn Møller
Soil Physics and Hydropedology, Department of Agroecology
3. Where should the chicken be helped to cross the road? Geoffrey Brian Groom
Biodiversity and Censervation, Department of Bioscience
15.35 Wrap up and finding th winner
16:00 End of the seminar