FOSS4G:UK Local 2023 - Lancaster
The Lancaster Programme is online.
PDF versions of the talks can be downloaded from the following list. Links to the recorded videos will be published later.
- Tom Nicholls : Bringing Long Running Geostatistical Calculations to Public Health Professionals in the Developing World
- Daniel Evans : From space to GeoTIFF - creating remote sensing data products
- Barry Rowlingson : Mapping a 1950s Circumnavigation with Open Source and Open Sources.
- Katherine McDonough : MapReader
- Ana María Pacheco Pascagaza : Connecting Google Colab and Earth Engine for Satellite Imagery Analysis and Vegetation Monitoring
- Jonny Huck : Paper2GIS: a paper interface to your GIS database
We are very grateful for the support of Fraser House Hub for supporting sponsorship of the venue for FOSS4G:UK Local 2023 in Lancaster.
We are also very grateful to the Lancaster University Data Science Institute for sponsoring
lunch and refreshments.
Location & Travel
Venue: Fraser House Hub
From Lancaster rail station: about 15 minutes on foot
From Lancaster bus station: about 15 minutes on foot or get off at White Cross or the Infirmary and you’ll be right in front of the site.
By car: there may be limited guest parking available.
By canal boat: moor up near Penny Street Bridge.
We encourage everyone to travel by public transport/car share/under their own steam if possible.
Call for Talks
The call for talks is now closed, and the conference has happened.
Thanks to generous sponsorship from the Lancaster Data Science Institute you can register free for attendance at Lancaster. Please contact Barry Rowlingson (email@example.com) for the Eventbrite discount code.
You can then register via Eventbrite. Apply the code at the first registration form for a full discount. You should not be asked for a payment method.
Fraser House is very close to The White Cross pub, which also does food, and if anyone is staying around after the close of the conference then this will probably be our first call.
Also happening on the day of the conference is the Lancaster Jazz Festival (6th to the 10th of September). If you are in Lancaster for the evening then check out the gig listing on the web site. Grrreat.
Lancaster also has plenty of other restaurants and pubs - ask Barry or any other local attendees for information.