CGI in partnership with IUGS’s Deep-time Digital Earth Project are hosting in-person meetings in Suzhou, China, 7-10 November 2023, on the Status and Future of Global Geoscience Information Standards.
Free 3 day training event on open standards applicable to the geoscience community
The Council was elected in 2020 for the term 2020-2024. The newly elected Council members are widely distributed across many of the continents.
The planned annual face to face Council meeting in Delhi, India at the 36th IGC was canceled due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Nominations for CGI Council for 2020–24 are open. Any CGI member can nominate to serve on the council to help organise CGI’s standards programme and the outreach activities of the CGI.
CGI sponsors an award to assist early career scientists to present at conferences such as the IGC
Abstracts are invited to the special symposium Advances in geoscience data sharing and processing (Theme 45.10) at the 36th International Geological Congress (IGC). The symposium will highlight new techniques, standards, and algorithms for managing, delivering, visualising and analysing geoscience data both globally and regionally, including ‘big’ data.
a data model and schema for simple map services (e.g. WMS and WFS Simple Features).
IUGS President Qiuming Cheng announcing the DDE program at the opening of the DDE Forum.
CGI is a founding partner in the new IUGS big science program, the Deep-time Digital Earth (DDE).
Members of the EarthResourceML Working group met at IGME (the Spanish Geological Survey) in Madrid in May. L-R: Wang Yongzhi, Jouni Vuollo (chair), Mark Rattenbury, Ollie Raymond, Katarzyna Sadlowska, and Zhang Minghua.