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Sunday (9th July)

17:30-21:00 Icebreaker meeting – Casa Universitarilor Restaurant

The presentation code from the paper list (available here) will show the slot from the programme above.

Monday (10th July) – Day 1 – voting

08:00-08:45 Registration – front of Aula Magna Mihai Eminescu, University Main Corp (A)
08:45-09:00 Opening & Welcome Address – Aula Magna Mihai Eminescu, University Main Corp (A)
09:00-10:00Geomorphometry Lifetime Achievement Award Lecture: John Wilson – “Recent Advances and Challenges in Geomorphometry
10:00-10:20Ernest Fahrland, Virginia Herrera, Hanne Paschko and Henning SchraderEvolution of the Copernicus DEM: beyond today’s elevation data with WorldDEM Neo
10:20-10:40Laurence Paul Hawker, Peter Uhe and Jeffrey NealFABDEM Updates – FABDEM V1-2
10:40-11:00Peter Guth, Carlos Grohmann and Sebastiano TrevisaniGeomorphometric and Geospatial Patterns in Differences Between ALOS and COPDEM
11:00-11:20Dean GeschAssessing Global Elevation Models for Mapping the Low Elevation Coastal Zone
11:20-11:40Richard FeciskaninDEM generalization using polygonal simplification
11:40-13:00 Lunch Break – Titu Maiorescu Canteen
13:00-13:20Fei Zhao and Liyang XiongA novel algorithm for calculating flow direction in multi-lake areas
13:20-13:40Sebastiano Trevisani and Peter L. GuthLandscape according to surface roughness: experimenting in the Taklimakan Desert
13:40-14:00Vincent Lecours, Benjamin Misiuk and Craig J. BrownExploring the Effects of Acoustic Frequency on Terrain Attributes and Classifications Derived from Digital Bathymetric Models at Multiple Scales
14:00-14:20John LindsayThe time-in-daylight land-surface parameter
14:20-14:40Gaurav Sinha, Samantha Arundel, Romim Somadder, David Martin and Kevin McKeehanGeomorphometric analysis of Summit and Ridge landforms in the USGS GNIS topographic
14:40-15:00 Coffee Break – The Hall of the Lost Steps, University Main Corp (A)
15:00-15:20Mihai NiculițăNeighborhood contextual merging of segments for landform detection and classification
15:20-15:40Andrei Dornik, Marinela Adriana Cheţan, Lucian Dragut, Andrei Iliuţă and Daniel Dorin DicuDelineation of mapping units for land suitability assessment using land-surface parameters
15:40-16:00Janusz GodziekApplication of LiDAR-based DTMs and DSMs to detect landforms created by the trees uprooting process
16:00-16:20Christian Depraetere, Benoît Deffontaines and Serge RiazanoffResampling and hydrogeomorphometrical processing of dense Lidar/DEM: Relationships between landforms and hydrological processes in a Mediterranean peri-alpine catchment basin
16:20-16:40Maeve DeBuse and Peter GuthEvaluation of elevation, slope, roughness, and vegetation type on the burn severity of the 2020 Calwood Fire in Boulder County, Colorado
17:00-20:00 Guided City Tour – Meeting point is Corp A entry

Tuesday (11th July) – Day 2

08:00-20:00 Fieldtrip

8:00-9:00Travel from Iași to Costești
9:00-10:00Costești Geoarchaeosite
10:00-10:30Travel from Costești to Cotnari
10:30-11:30Cotnari Vineyard & Winery
11:30-13:00Wine tasting & Lunch
13:00-14:30Travel from Cotnari to Vânători
14:30-16:00Visit to Dragoș Vodă Bison Reserve
16:00-16:30Travel from Vânători to Târgu Neamț
16:30-18:00Neamț Fortress Visit
18:00-20:00Travel from Târgu Neamț to Iași

Wednesday (12th July) – Day 3 – voting

9:00-10:00Keynote Lecture 1: John LindsayThe case for locally scale optimized land-surface parameters
10:00-10:40Simona BacauESRI RomaniaProcessing Drone Imagery
10:40-11:00Bofei Zhao, Haigang Sui and Qiming ZhouFlood inundation analysis based on SAR image and DEM: A case study of the 2021 Zhengzhou Flood in China
11:00-11:20Alexander BrenningNovel approaches to spatial model assessment and interpretation: the example of landslide susceptibility modeling
11:20-11:40Nicusor Necula and Mihai NiculitaMachine learning classification of geomorphometric segments for floodplain detection and delineation
11:40-13:00 Lunch Break – Titu Maiorescu
13:00-13:20Liyang Xiong, Jiang Yinghui and Sijin LiSuper-resolution for terrain modeling using deep learning in High Mountain Asia
13:20-13:40Yu-Feng Ho, Tomislav Hengl and Leandro ParenteCloud services for ensemble global elevation data using an updatable method achieved by parallel computation
13:40-14:00Jun Chen, Liyang Xiong, Guanghui Hu and Guoan TangIntegrating topographic knowledge into point cloud simplification for terrain modelling
14:00-14:20Juan Francisco Reinoso-Gordo and Francisco Javier Ariza-LópezA method to rank global DEMs quality focused on their horizontal accuracy
14:20-14:40Adam Rusinko and Jozef MinárThe role of geomorphometric predictors in LUCC modeling
14:40-15:00 Coffee Break – The Hall of the Lost Steps, University Main Corp (A)
15:00-15:20 Peter StroblOverview of the DEMIX Initiative
15:20-15:40Carlos Henrique Grohmann, Carlos López-Vázquez, Peter Guth, Conrad Bielski The DEMIX Wine Contest: a summary
15:40-16:00Carlos Henrique GrohmannThe DEMIX Wine Contest Jupyter notebook
16:00-16:20Peter Guth, Carlos Henrique Grohmann and Sebastiano TrevisaniSubjective Criterion for the DEMIX Wine Contest: Hillshade Maps
16:20-16:40Guth, Peter L, Grohmann, Carlos H., Trevisani, Sebastiano, & Bielski,
Conrad –
Going Forward: Extending and Exploiting the
16:40-17:00Serge RiazanoffDEMIX SG3 “Platforms & Processing” studies – Quality assessment of global DEMs from LiDAR data, planimetric, misregistration assessment, use of VHR DEMs to produce Sentinel-1 ARD
17:00-17:40 Panel discussions with the audience

Thursday (13th July) – Day 4 – voting

09:00-10:00Keynote Lecture 2: Jozef Minar – “Using principles of physics in geomorphometry: moving toward hypothetico-deductive geoscience
Xiaohui Huang and Liyang XiongMapping gully affected areas based on Sentinel 2 imagery and digital elevation model
10:20-10:40Tian Jia, Cheng-Zhi Qin, Ping Fu and Vladimir BrusicApplicability of longitudinal profiles for glacial cirque classification
10:40-11:00Ian Evans, Yingkui Li and Zhibin ZhaoDependence of statistical results on definitions and extents of study area: examples from cirques and glaciers
11:00-11:20Hannes ReuterApplying Terrain analysis to human population?
11:20-11:40Francisco Javier Ariza-López and Juan Francisco ReinosoFunctional Quality for GDEMs Assessment
11:40-13:00 Lunch Break – Titu Maiorescu
13:00-13:20Francisco Javier Ariza-López, Manuel A. Ureña-Camara, Juan Francisco Reinoso and Marcelo Antonio NeroProposal for a Collaborative Data Infrastructure for Control of DEMs
13:20-13:40Guohua Gou, Haigang Sui, Sheng Wang, Qiming Zhou and Jianya GongConstructing a True 3-D Model of a Karst Cave Using an UAV
13:40-14:00Carlos Grohmann, Gulherme Garcia, Camila Viana, Helen Dias and Rebeca CoelhoRPA flight pattern and GCP influence on SfM-MVS modeling of a stable landslide in SE Brazil
14:00-14:20Haigang Sui, Hao Zhang, Qiming Zhou and Jianya GongThe true 3-D surface reconstruction using a multi-UAV cooperation method
14:20-14:40 ISG Busssiness Meeting
14:40-15:00 Coffee Break – The Hall of the Lost Steps, University Main Corp (A)
15:00-15:20 ISG Busssiness Meeting
15:20-15:40 ISG Busssiness Meeting
15:40-16:40 ISG Busssiness Meeting
16:40-17:00 Coffee Break – The Hall of the Lost Steps, University Main Corp (A)
17:00-18:00 ISG Busssiness Meeting
18:00-21:00 Dinner – University House

Friday (14th July) – Day 5

8:45-10:20 Serge Riazanoff – DEMIX workshop – Department of Geography, University Corp B
(1) VtWeb for DEMs and (2) DEMIX Operations Portal
(1) How to use VtWeb to select DEMs, their various versions, visualise them, apply on-the-fly processing, compare interactively DEMs and their versions, compute statistics, compute profiles…
See for example
(2) How to use “DEMIX Operations Portal” to import candidate and VHR reference DEMs and to compute criteria.
10:20-10:40 Coffee Break – Department of Geography, University Corp B
10:40-11:40Serge Riazanoff – DEMIX workshop – Department of Geography, University Corp B
How to get the DEM that has been used to orthorectify the Sentinel-2 tile and how this DEM produced on the exact tile footprint can be uploaded to better photo-interpret the optical data.
See for example
11:40-13:00 Lunch Break – Titu Maiorescu
13:00-14:00John Lindsay – Whitebox Workshop – Department of Geography, University Corp B
14:00-14:20 Coffee Break – Department of Geography, University Corp B
14:20-15:40John Lindsay – Whitebox Workshop – Department of Geography, University Corp B
15:40-17:00John Lindsay – Whitebox Workshop – Department of Geography, University Corp B
17:00-22:00 Informal City Tour