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This Erasmus Mundus funded mobility project aims to generate a benefit from research collaboration and exchange visits at an European host university, in particular for staff (faculty), PostDoc, PhD students and those seeking full Master Level Studies in Europe. Joint publications, capacity building and knowledge transfer are key to generate a benefit to all parties involved. The following list shows relevant publications.

Tohir Sabzaliev & Rustam Miyliyev (2017) Design of a GIS Application for Tourism Infrastructure in Central Asia using Turkmenistan and the Pamir region in Tajikistan as Case Studies. Poster at GI_Forum 2017, Salzburg

Peter Hofmann & Gulnaz Bekkarnevaya, 2017 in Joint Urban Remote Sensing Event in March 2017. "Object-Based Change Detection of Informal Settlements". P.Hofmann, G.Bekkarnayeva, JURSE 2017.

GI_Forum Journal for Geographic Information Science, Issue: 2-2016 (LINK)
  • J. Niyazov 'Earthquake Loss Evaluation (ELE) for the City of Khujand, Sughd Province, Tajikistan'
    • Dana Kaziyeva, 'Bicycle Traffic Simulation with MATSim in the city of Gothenburg'
    • Jafar Niyazov, 'Earthquake Loss Evaluation (ELE) for the City of Khujand, Sughd Province, Tajikistan
    • Tahmina Sodatkadamova and Ainura Nazarkulova, 'Exploring potential cultivation areas for native fruit trees in the Gorno-Badakhshan Autonomous Oblast (GBAO)'
International Journal of Geoinformatics (IJG):  Vol. 12, No. 4, December 2016 (pdf)
  • A. Nazarkulova and J. Strobl,  'From Central Asia to Europe: Erasmus Mundus "gSmart" Student Mobility' 
  • S. Hennig, 'Usability and Accessibility of Web Maps: Considering New User Groups and their Requirements'
  • E. Zheentaev, 'Application of Remote Sensing Technologies for the Environmental Impact Analysis in Kumtor Gold Mining Company'
  • I. Abdurahmanov, 'Assessment of NDVI and SAVI Vegetation Indices Potential to Monitor Grazing Impact in a Rangeland Ecosystem
  • S. Seidrakmanova and A. Chymyrov, 'The use of Landsat Satellite Imagery in Mapping the Walnut Forest Area changes'
Conference 'Theory meets practice in GIS', Debrecen 2016
  • Shokirov Shukhrat – Geza Kiraly: Object based image analysis for forest health assessment In: Balázs Boglárka (eds.) Az elmélet és a gyakorlat találkozása a térinformatikában VII. = Theory meets practice in GIS. 575 p. Konferencia helye, ideje: Debrecen, Magyarország, 2016.05.26-2016.05.27. Debrecen: Debreceni Egyetemi Kiadó, 2016. pp. 395-403. ISBN:978-963-318-570-4) pp. 419-427.

Environmental Monitoring and Assessment 188: 35
  • Matchanov, M., Teodoro, T., Schroder, C. (2015): Criterion definition for the identification of physical-geographical boundaries of Khorezm oasis through remotely sensed data. Environmental Monitoring and Assessment 188: 35. DOI 10.1007/s10661-015-5035-z
International Journal of Geoinformatics (IJG): Vol. 11, No. 4, December 2015
  • A. Chymyrov, 'Precise Point Positioning (PPP) Services in Kyrgyzstan'
Proceedings of the GIS in Central Asia Conference – GISCA 2015 “Geospatial Management of Land, Water and Resources” May 14-16, 2015, TIIM, Tashkent, Uzbekistan (pdf)
  • A. Assylbekova and Z. Rakhymbay, 'Navigating the City: OSM-based tourist maps and apps'
  • B. Brunner-Maresch and R. Hatheier-Stampfl, 'Enhancing Central Asian Geoinformatic qualifications based on mobility and study periods at European Universities. ‘gSmart - Spatial ICT Infrastructures for Smart Places’ an Erasmus Mundus Action 2, Strand 1 project'
  • G. Paulus 'New Arial Robotic Services with a Remotely Piloted Aircraft Multi Sensor System for Environmental Monitoring'
  • M. Matchanov, C. Schröder 'Land cover classification and land cover change assessment of Khorezm oasis, Uzbekistan, using Landsat images'
Conference, Debrecen 2015
  • Andrea Pődör – Shukhrat Shokirov – Ilhom Abdurahmanov – Aizhan Narieva – Gulden Ormanova: Creating a noise pollution map of Sopron city: In: Boda J (szerk.) Az elmélet és a gyakorlat találkozása a térinformatikában: Térinfomatikai Konferencia és Szakkiállítás VI. 495 p.  Konferencia helye, ideje: Debrecen, Magyarország, 2015.05.28-2015.05.29. Debrecen: Debreceni Egyetemi Kiadó, 2015. pp.469. ISBN:978-963-318-488-2.
GI_Forum Conference 2015
  • Hatheier-Stampfl, R. and B. Brunner-Maresch, 2015. Enhancing Central Asian Geoinformatic qualifications based on mobility and study periods at European Universities. ‘gSmart - Spatial ICT Infrastructures for Smart Places’ an Erasmus Mundus Action 2, Strand 1 project. GI_Forum 2015: Geospatial Minds for Society. Salzburg, July 7-10, 2015.