GISDECO 2002

Programme

GISDECO 2002 Programme

Workshop Programme:  Wednesday 15 April

Workshop

Title

Organizer

1

Local Governance and GIS                                                                                  

Dr. Erik de Man (ITC) &      Dr. Pieter van Teeffelen (UU)

2

Participatory Geo-Information Acquisition and Applications in Collaborative Space

Mike McCall (ITC)

3

GIS for Governance - Effective Use of Data from Multiple Sources

Environmental Systems Research Institute, USA/NL

 

 

 

Basic Time schedule for workshop activities

08:30-09:30

Registration of participants

 

09:30-10:40

Workshop session 1

 

10:40-11:00

Coffee/tea break

 

11:00-12:30

Workshop session 2

 

12:30 -13:30

lunch

 

13:30 -15:40

workshop session 3

 

15:40 -16:00

Coffee/tea break

 

16:00 -17:30

workshop session 4

 

17:30 -19:00

Drinks and pre-conference registration

 

Note: coffee, tea and lunch will be served in the Restaurant Annex opposite to the Auditorium.

Programme: Thursday 16 May 2002

08:00-09:00

 

Registration of participants and setting up poster session 1.

 

 

 

09:00-10:10

 

OPENING SESSION

Chaired by Richard Sliuzas

09:00-09:05

 

Opening remarks on behalf of the Local Organizing Committee

Richard Sliuzas

09:05-09:15

 

Welcome to ITC

Drs. Sjaak Beerens, Director of External Affairs ITC on behalf of

Prof. Martien Molenaar, Rector ITC

09:15-09:25

 

Welcome on behalf of GISDECO

Dr. Pieter. van Teeffelen, GISDECO International Committee

09:25-09:55

KN-01

KEYNOTE ADDRESS:

Governance Challenges in Developing Countries

Dr. Bamidele Olowu, Institute for Social Studies, NL

09:55-10:05

 

Key questions on GIS and Governance as focal point for discussions

Dr. Erik de Man, ITC, NL

10:05-10:10

 

Announcement on break out groups

Karen Buchanan, ITC, NL

Any participant may convene a break out group meeting to discuss  any issue related to the conference. A person who wishes to convene such a meeting should advise Karen Buchanan of this no later than 11:00 on Friday, 17th.  They will then be allocated a room and be able to briefly announce the meeting prior to the lunch break.

 

 

 

10:10-10:40

 

Opening of exhibition and poster session: tea/coffee break

 

 

 

10:40- 12:30

 

SESSION 1: URBAN - Civil Society and GIS

Chaired by Prof. Charles Choguill, Habitat International

10:40-11:10

KN-02

KEYNOTE ADDRESS:

Urban Governance and Implications for GIS users

Prof. Carole. Rakodi, University of Birmingham, UK

11:10-11:30

S1-01

The use of GIS in informal settlement upgrading: Its role and impact upon the community and upon local government

Prof. John Abbott, University of Cape Town, SA

11:30-11:50

S1-02

The Pune Slum Census: Creating a socio-economic and spatial information base on a GIS for integrated and inclusive city development

Srinanda Sen, Shelter Associates, India

11:50-12:10

S1-03

An Urban Monitor for a participative urban planning

Alexandre Repetti, Swiss Federal Institute of Technology

12:10-12:30

S1-04

Requirements for GIT based support tools for upgrading of informal settlements

Richard Sliuzas, ITC, NL

 

 

 

12:30-14:00

 

Lunch in auditorium annex

 

 

 


14:00-15:50

 

SESSION 2: RURAL - Public Sector and GIS

Chaired by Neil Stuart, University of Edinburgh

14:00-14:30

KN-03

KEYNOTE ADDRESS:

The changing paradigm of rural governance for sustainable development: defining the niche and role of GIS

Dr. Suan Pheng Kam, International Rice Research Institute, The Philippines

14:30-14:50

S2-01

A Proposal for the land use regulation for the Tunari National Park South Vertient

Fabiola Padilla and Dr. C. Valenzuela, CLAS, Bolivia

14:50-15:10

S2-02

To establish provincial GIS in Vietnam

Dr. Tran Vinh Phuoc, University of Technology, Vietnam

15:10-15:30

S2-03

GIS and Natural Resource Management, Kanyati Communal Lands, Zimbabwe

Dr. Herman Huizing, A.G. Toxopeus, E. Dopheide, and B.M. Kariaga, ITC, NL

 

 

 

15:30 - 16:00

 

Tea break and viewing of exhibition and posters

 

 

 

16:00 - 17:30

 

SESSION 3: CAPACITY BUILDING AND SOME DUTCH EXAMPLES OF GIS AND GOVERNANCE

Chaired by Dr. E.G. Mtalo, Geographic Information Centre, University College of Lands and Architectural Studies, Tanzania.

16:00 -16:20

S3-01

Governance and the use of GIS in higher education in India: A case study of Maharashtra

Dr. Nanasaheb Kapadnis,Nashik District, India

16:20 -16:40

S3-02

Capacity building for fundamental geo-spatial data providers

Dr. Yola Georgiadou, ITC

16:40 - 17:00

S3-03

Exchanging spatial plans in digital form

Drs. Yigall .S. Schilp, Ministry of Housing, Spatial Planning and the Environment, The Netherlands

17:00-17:20

S3-04

Enschede’s digital service counter

Mr. Hans Koenders, City of Enschede

 

 

 

18:00-19:30

 

RECEPTION AT TOWN HALL

Hosted by the Municipality of Enschede

Welcome speech by Alderman Hiddink


Programme: Friday 17 May 2002

08:00- 09:00

 

Registration of participants and setting up poster session 2

 

 

 

09:00 - 10:20

 

Session 4: RURAL - Civil Society and GIS

Chaired by Rene Senapo, Cebu, The Philippines.

09:00-9:20

S4-01

Geographic Information System (GIS) in Community Based Natural Resource Management using in Kenya: A case study of Keiyo Marakwet

Mr. J. Muchemi, Kenya

09:20-09:40

S4-02

Applying indigenous spatial knowledge to analysis of natural resource management - using participatory geo-information acquisition, analysis and presentation

Dr. Mike McCall, ITC

09:40-10:00

S4-03

Remote Sensing, GIS and Multi-Agent systems modelling towards interactive local governance

Dr. Rhodora Gonzalez, Department of Geodetic Engineering, University of the Philippines

10:00-10:20

S4-04

Decision support for the transformation of rural service delivery

Andries Naude, South Africa

 

 

 

10:20-11:00

 

Tea break and viewing of posters/exhibition

 

 

 

11:00 - 12:30

 

SESSION 5: URBAN - Public Sector and GIS

Chaired by Prof. Paul van Helden, University of Pretoria, SA

11:00-11:20

S5-01

Global ideals and local practicalities in Governance: evidence of the spatial digital divide in education policies and planning in Lima, Peru

Dr. Brent Hall, University of Waterloo, Canada

11:20-11:40

S5-02

Local Spatial Data Infrastructure, Trujillo - Peru

Jose Murgia, Nelly Amemiya , Municipality of Trujillo, Peru and Jan Turkstra, ITC, NL

11:40-12:00

S5-03

GIS as tools for Monitoring the Urban Development in Metropolitan Region: A case of Klang Valley Region, Peninsular Malaysia

Dr. Ahris Yaakup, Susilawati Sulaiman, Nuha Musa, Mohamed Jamil Ahmad, Mohd. Zakaria Ibrahim,  Malaysia

12:00-12:20

S5-04

Remote Sensing and GIS for Governance: Analysis of High Spatial Resolution Ikonos Imagery for Surveying Agricultural Activities in the City of Ouagadougou, Burkina Faso

Ir. Ilona Kemeling, Wageningen University, Steven M. de Jong & Pieter B.M. van Teeffelen, Utrecht University NL and Leo M. van den Berg & Gerbert J.Roerink , Wageningen University

12:20-12:30

 

Break Out Group Announcements

Coordinator Karen Buchanan  and group conveners Any participant may convene a break out group meeting to discuss  any issue related to the conference. A person who wishes to convene such a meeting should advise Karen Buchanan of this no later than 11:00 on Friday, 17th.  They will then be allocated a room and be able to briefly announce the meeting prior to the lunch break.

 

 

 

12:30-13:45

 

Lunch in auditorium annex

 

 

 


13:45 -15:15

 

SESSION 6: BREAK OUT GROUPS

(note: more groups can be formed by participants during the conference)

 

BG-01

Curriculum development on Spatial Information Management and Public Administration

Prof. A. van de Veen, University of Twente, NL.

 

BG-02

Requirements for academic publishing 

Prof C. Choguill, Editor Habitat International.

 

 

 

15:15 -15:45

 

Tea break and viewing of posters/exhibition

 

 

 

15:45 -17:00

 

SESSION 7: CHALLENGES AND PANEL DISCUSSION

Chaired by Prof. Ian Masser, ITC

15:45 -16:05

S7-01

Can elephants dance?

Ravi Gupta, Centre for Spatial Database Management and Solutions,  India

16:05 -17:00

 

Panel - Critical reflections and key issues for future research

Panel - Prof. Carole Rakodi, Dr. Suan Pheng Kam, Mr. Ravi Gupta

17:00 -17:15

            Summing up: GISDECO Organizing Committee

19:00 - 22:30

 

Drinks and Buffet Dinner in ITC Restaurant and Garden

Including closing address

 

 

 

Saturday 18 May 2002

Local excursion and possibility for Break Out Groups

09:00 - 13:00

 

Redevelopment of the Roombeek area: a guided tour through the area that was damaged by the fireworks disaster in May 2000

Organised by City of Enschede and LN Partners

 

 

Note: Meeting rooms at ITC can also be provided for those interested in continuing a break out group discussion. Interested persons should contact Karen Buchanan for information on how to arrange a room.


POSTER PRESENTATIONS

Thursday May 16th

No

Title and author

T1

GIS from the Margins. A city's attempt to involve its people in land use planning

Barbara Denil University of Namur, Department of Geography, Belgium

T2

Use of GIS and cartographic techniques for mapping air pollution in Nashik City, Maharashtra

Dr.Nanasaheb.R. Kapadnis, K.T.H.M. (P.G.-Research Center), Department of Geography, India

T3

Land Development Department’s application programs for sharing GIT among less skilled endusers

Parida Kuneepong, Ministry of Agriculture and Cooperatives, Land Development Department, Thailand

T4

Assessment of biomass potential for electricity generation in Nicaragua: GIS as a decision support tool for investments in bio-energy

Carlos Zelaya Martinez and Dr. Pita Verweij

Utrecht University, Dept. of Science, Technology and Society

T5

Managing cost performance of GI production at national survey and mapping agencies using activity based costing

Walter de Vries

Geoinformatics Management and Infrastructure, ITC, Netherlands

T6

GIS and Development Control System for Local Authority in Malaysia

Dr. Ahris Yaakup, Dept. of Urban and Regional Planning, University of Technology Malaysia

T7

Locating socio-economic activities with GIS in Chinese cities

Huang Zhengdong and Prof. Ian Masser, Division of urban planning and management, ITC

T8

Spotting Noise Risk Zones in Karachi

Mohammed Raza Mehdi, University of Karachi, Pakistan

T9

The impact of national culture on National Spatial Data Infrastructure

Joep Crompvoets and Dr. Monica Wachowicz, University of Wagengingen, The Netherlands

T10

The Use of GIS in Iran and its future prospect

Dr.S.R. Hossenzadeh, Ferdowsi University of Mashad, Department of Geography, Iran

T11

GIS modelling for health reform in rural Governorates of Egypt

Dr. Mostafa M. Ahmed, CAPMAS, Egypt

T12

Techno-structuration: Methodological Considerations of Implementation of Geographical Information Systems for Land Use Planning, the Case of Costa Rica.

Hugo de Vos, Technology and Agrarian Development, Wageningen University


POSTER PRESENTATIONS

Friday May 17th

No

Title and author

F1

GIS, DV and RS in urban disaster management

Lorena Montoya, Division of urban planning and management, ITC

F2

GIS application in the process of land use planning at municipal level. The case of Cochabamba, Bolivia

David Fernandez and Dr. Carlos Valenzuela, CLAS, Bolivia

F3

Will NAMPLAN contribute to more transparent planning and governance in Namibia?

Hendrik Loots, GeoSpace Namibia (Pty) Ltd, Namibia

F4

Adding the third dimension to the negotiating table

Giacomo Rambaldi, ASEAN/IAPAD, Philippines

F5

Revolutionary new tools to prepare imagery for use in GIS and CAD applications: DIME "The New Tool"

Ron Behrendt, Positive Systems Inc., USA

F6

GIS and development: Bhutan an example

Michael Phoenix, ESRI Bhutan

F7

Better governance by monitoring intra-urban inequalities with GIS and indicators.

Javier Martinez, University of Utrecht/ITC, The Netherlands

F8

Demarcation of local government boundaries

Nic Scheepers, Municipal Demarcation Board, South Africa

F9

GIS and Spatial Decision Support System for Environmental Degradation Monitoring in Brazil

Margareth Simoes, Rio de Janeiro State University, Dept. of Computer Engineering, Brazil

F10

Access to spatial data and the willingness of organisations to share it: a research methodology

Dr. Uta Wehn de Montalvo, TNO Strategy, Technology and Policy, NL.

F11

GIS and participatory management of a protected forest in East Kalimantan, Indonesia

David Craven, Development Alternatives, Inc., USA