Workshop Programme

Please note that simultaneous translation in French and in English will be provided during the two days of workshop
Presenters have 20 minutes (including questions) for presentation.
View this page for directions to the venue.

All papers and presentations uploaded to website. Please check here

Day 1: Tuesday, October 25, 2011

18:30 - 20:30 - Evening Welcome Cocktail

Reception at the Ordre des Géomètres-Experts OGE (entry on ground floor after crossing the courtyard).

Day 2: Wedensday, October 26, 2011

08:30-09:15 - Registration

09:15-10:15 Technical Session 1: Opening of the Workshop

Welcome addresses and keynote speeches

Mr. Rafic Khouri

Prof. Yerach Doytsher - Chair, FIG Commission 3
Mr. Rafic Khouri – Chair, Local Organizing Committee
Mr. Francois Mazuyer - President of the Ordre des Geometres Experts and Federation of Francophone Surveyors
Mr. Gerard Cherel - the Societe du Grand Paris
Prof. Chryssy Potsiou - FIG Vice President – Keynote speaker: Spatial Information and Spatial Planning Tools. Engaging the Challenge - Enhancing the Relevance

10:15-10:45 Coffee Break

10:45-12:45 Technical Session 2: GIS Systems and Tools

Chair: Kari Strande

Development of Environmental Modeling for Land Use Planning on New Approaches to Spatial Modeling and Sustainable Development in Iran
Alireza Gharazoglou, Mojgan Hejani Diarjan, IRAN

GeoSit: Cutting Edge Technology for the Professional Technician for Optimizing Management of the Territory
Andrea Massaro, ITALY

Geographical Information System, a Tool for better Spatial Planning - A new perspective
Reza Valizadeh, Sajjad Rajabi, Morteza Karimzadeh, Niknam Ghiasi, IRAN

Development & Management of Suburban Address and Building Licensing System with GIS in Tekirdag City
Cem Eraslan, TURKEY

The Use of Satellite Imageries to Support Tourism Sector in Banga Belitug Islands, Indonesia
Sri Eka Wati, Lalitya Narieswari, INDONESIA

Determining Suitable Locations for Small Dams Using Spatial Information Aided Analytical Hierarchy Process and Geographical Information Systems (Case Study: Kermanshah Province)
Mahshid Souri, Mohamad Jafari, Hassan Azarnivand, Ali Noorifarid, IRAN

12:45-14:00 Lunch

14:00 - 16:00 Technical Session 3: Spatial Planning Tools

Chair: Claire Galpin


Reflections on PPP between Urban Planning Agencies and a Private Company from France in Favor of the City of Bangalore (India)
Jean Philippe Lestang, FRANCE

LandSpaCES: A Spatial Planning Tool for Land Consolidation
Demetris Demetriou, John Stillwell, Linda See, UK

An Approach for Framework Design of Spatial Data Infrastructure in Pakistan
Hussain Zahid, Karim Shahid, Khan Aziz Junaid, PAKISTAN

Integration of System Dynamic and Spatial Dynamic Models to Support Regional Development Planning (Case Study in Java Madura Bali)
Ferrari Pinem, Sigit Purnomo, INDONESIA

A Spatial Planning Tool for Local Authorities: Strategic Environmental Assessment
Nuriye Peker Say, TURKEY

Latest Issues Related to Urban Planning Mapping in France
Yves Riallant, FRANCE

16:00-16:30 Coffee Break

16:30-18:30 Technical Session 4: Technical Aspects of SIM

Chair: Prof. Charalabos Ioannidis

Contemporary Data Collection and Spatial Information Management Techniques to Support Good Land Policies
Charalabos Ioannidis, GREECE

Geohazards Revealed from 800km in Space: The PanGeo Project
Chris Browitt, Ren Capes, UK

The Process of Spatial Data Harmonization in Italy
Paola Ronzino, ITALY

Modelling Framework for Integration of Geographical Information System and Multi-Agent Models as Planning Support Tools in Enhancing Local Authority Functions
Noordini Che Man, Harry Timmermans, The NETHERLANDS

The Potential of Terrestrial Photogrammetry for Inventory Process
Shuib Rambat, Mahamad Syazli Fathi, Aizul Nahar Harun, Saiful Amri Mazlan, Nazirah Abdullah, John Elgy, MALAYSIA

The Portal GEOFONCIER: the Land Information Portal Set Up by the Ordre des Geometres Experts
Patrick Bezard Falgas, FRANCE

Day 3: Thursday, October 27, 2011

08:30 - 10:00 Technical Session 5: Spatial Data Inrastructure

Chair: Prof. Harmut Muller

Multi-View SDI Assessment of Kosovo (2007-2010) - Developing a Solid Base to Support SDI Strategy Development
Bujar Nushi, Bastian Van Loenen, Jaap Besemer, the NETHERLANDS
Joep Crompvotes, BELGIUM

Local SDI (Collaboration on SOI)
Christian Hickel, Jorg Blankenbach, GERMANY

Spatial Data Infrastructure for Greek Local Authorities: Time for a Step Forward
Dionysia Perperidou, GREECE

Site View Reconstruction for Urban Planning Using ArcGIS, Google Sketch up and Google Earth A Case Study of the University of Nigeria Enugu Campus
Raphael Ike Ndukwu, Njike Chigbu, Michael Daberechi, NIGERIA

e-Governance for Water Complait Redressal System
Anjana Vyas, INDIA

10:00-10:30 Coffee Break

10:30 - 12:30 Technical Session 6: Cadastre and Cadastral Management

Chair: Prof. Chryssy Potsiou

Cadastre and Colonial Policies: A Word Heritage of Cultures
Maria Luisa Palanques, Miguel Calvo, SPAIN

A First Attempt for Using VGI and Crowd Sourcing Techniques in Cadastre
Sofia Basiouka, Chryssy Potsiou, GREECE

The Contribution of Forest Owners Associations for the Forest Cadastre Implementation
Joao Gaspar, Ana Navaro, PORTUGAL

Spatial Multi Criteria Decision Making For Coastal Land Management (Case Study at Maros, South Sulawesi)
Ferrari Pinem, Sigit Purnomo, INDONESIA

Urban Land Register in Medium Size Cities of Benin
Pierre Renault, FRANCE

Spatial Data Quality Assessment for Cadastral Data in Pakistan
Hussain Zahid, Rizwan Bulbul, Muhammad Adeel, PAKISTAN

STDM : How to Help Local Communities
Claire Galpin, FRANCE

12:45-13:45 Lunch

13:45-14:30 Commission 3 Annual Meeting

14:30-16:00 Technical Session 7: Environmental Issues and Modelling

Chair: Dr. Sagi Dalyot

How to Insert Measurement in Assessment the Use of Geo Referenced Measurement in Strategic Environmental Assessment
Mania Lambrou, GREECE

Land Information System, Which Challenges for Land Administration in the Rural Communes of the Senegal River Valley?
Mathias Koffi, SENEGAL

Analysis of Phenomenon of Desertification by using Algerian Satellite Data in the North Algerian Steppe
Ahmed Zegrar, ALGERIA

Sustainability Indicators Using for Measuring Monitoring and Reporting on Progress towards Sustainability
Akrivi Leka, Angel Siolas, GREECE

16:00-16:30 Coffee Break

16:30-18:30 Technical Session 8: Best Peer-Review Papers (selection of best paper)

Chair: Prof. Yerach Doytsher

Access to Land and Legal Rights on Land and Housing Aspects of Greek Roma
Chryssy Potsiou, Efi Dimopoulou, GREECE

Local SDI, a Solid Base for Sustainable Land Management in Germany
Ulrike Klein, Harmut Muller, GERMANY

Automatic Geo-referencing of Provisional Cadastral Maps: Towards a Survey-accurate Cadastral Database for a National Spatial Data Infrastructure
David Siriba, Sagi Dalyot, GERMANY

Conditioned Design in Suburban Settlements - Sachnin as a Case Study
Dafna Fisher-Gewirtzman, Efrat Blumenfeld-Liberthal, ISREAL

GEO-Crime. Innovative Solution for Crime Analysis and Prevention
Miguel Calvo, SPAIN
Heinz Saler, Eileen Matz, GERMANY

Detecting Changes in Urban Environments via Terrestrial Laser Scans
Sagi Filin, Reem Zeibak, ISRAEL

18:30-18:45 Best paper announcement and closing ceremony

Yerach Doytsher – Chair, FIG Commission 3
Rafic Khouri – Chair, Local Organizing Committee

Day 4: Friday, October 28, 2011

Technical Visit - Atelier Parisien d’Urbanisme (APUR)

The technical visit, on Friday the 28th of October from 9.30 to 12.30, will be held at the “Atelier Parisien d’Urbanisme” (APUR), which deals with all aspects regarding urban planning in Paris and its region.

The technical visit will include two presentations: one on the Greater Paris project (in which APUR has played an important technical role), and the other on the Paris cadastre, which is managed by APUR.

The visit will include a beautiful scenery of the Seine river…

For more information about APUR: (in English), and (in French).

: While the flow of the program here will mostly hold true to the Workshop and most of the speakers have confirmed their participation, some details of the program may change. This page will be updated as soon as changes are confirmed, and an announcement will be made in the Workshop Announcements page.