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  • User:Anitagraser  + (QGIS PSC member, author of 'Learning QGIS' and co-author of 'QGIS Map Design' and 'QGIS 2 Cookbook'.)
  • Rafael Moreno  + (Rafael Moreno received his B.S. in Forestr
    Rafael Moreno received his B.S. in Forestry from the Universidad Autónoma Chapingo, Mexico in 1982 and his M.S. and Ph.D. in Natural Resources Management from Colorado State University in 1987 and1992 respectively. He is currently an Associate Professor in the Department of Geography and Environmental Sciences at University of Colorado Denver (UCD). He teaches courses in GISscience and Technology, environmental science, land use planning and sustainability in natural resources management. He leads the FOSS4G lab at UCD. His current research concentrates on the analysis of fragmentation and anthropogenic pressure on forest areas, Decision Support Systems for forest management, and the use of FOSS/FOSS4G for creating local and Web-based spatial information systems.
    and Web-based spatial information systems.)
  • User:Rburhum  + (Ragi has worked for over 10+years at vario
    Ragi has worked for over 10+years at various companies in the GIS space (ESRI, Microsoft, etc) where he was responsible for designing and architecting geospatial solutions for governments, non-profit and private institutions. During his career, Ragi has created several hybrid (closed source + OS) GIS solutions that have ranged from huge servers, to mobile phones and embedded chipsets. He is a big proponent of OS geospatial technologies and usually does presentations on the topic.
    d usually does presentations on the topic.)
  • User:Rjhale1971  + (Randal Hale is the owner of North River Ge
    Randal Hale is the owner of North River Geographic Systems, Inc. He's been active in the QGIS Community by participating in beta testing and answering questions on the QGIS mailing list. He's also developed QGIS classes that target people active in the GIS Community.
    target people active in the GIS Community.)
  • User:Remi.cresson  + (Remi Cresson has received the M. Sc. in el
    Remi Cresson has received the M. Sc. in electrical engineering from the Grenoble Institute of Technology (INPG), France, 2009. He is with IRSTEA (french National Research Institute of Science and Technology for Environment and Agriculture), for research and development in the field of remote sensing image processing, including (but not restricted to) High Performance Computing and geospatial data infrastructures. Involved in open source projects: * Member of the Orfeo ToolBox Project Steering Committee, * Developper of the ZOO-Project WPS server * User of QGIS, GDAL
    OO-Project WPS server * User of QGIS, GDAL)
  • User:Jonaseberle  + (Research assistant and information scienti
    Research assistant and information scientist at Friedrich-Schiller-University Jena (Germany), Department for Earth Observation. PSC member of PyWPS project. Mentor of Google Summer of Code projects. Interested in Earth Observation, OGC-compliant geoprocessing services, and user-friendly web and mobile applications.
    user-friendly web and mobile applications.)
  • User:Iamrohith94  + (Rohith Reddy is pursuing his Masters in Research in the Lab for Spatial Informatics at the IIIT Hyderabad, India. He is a developer, programmer and a researcher.)
  • Santtu Pyykkönen  + (Santtu Pyykkönen is a Geospatial IT enthus
    Santtu Pyykkönen is a Geospatial IT enthusiast, who came across on Free and Open Software for Geospatial in Mexico 2013 while searching for effective alternatives to commercial GIS software. While enjoying greatly FOSS4G, I also got to use the power of Linux, besides of many other open source technologies. In years gone by, I have learned a lot about the huge power that lies in the FOSS4G-community and its' capability to build effective geo-tools and integrations to resolve wider societal and natural problems.
    solve wider societal and natural problems.)
  • Sarasafavi  + (Sara is a software developer with experien
    Sara is a software developer with experience in web and geospatial development, and a frequent speaker in both the Python & geospatial tech communities. Sara is also an active community leader, and has been an organizer for PyLadiesATX, Austin Open Source GIS, and MaptimeATX.
    X, Austin Open Source GIS, and MaptimeATX.)
  • User:13scoter  + (Scott is a newcomer to OSGeo, getting his
    Scott is a newcomer to OSGeo, getting his first taste at FOSS4G Portland (2014). He was educated in Remote Sensing and Physical Geography, with some experience in GIS analysis. Having spent three years complaining about proprietary RS software, he was introduced to the plethora of OSS options out there. Amazed, he attended FOSS4G 2014 to learn more. Now he's keen to learn how he can help.
    e. Now he's keen to learn how he can help.)
  • Shailesh Chaure  + (Self learner, highly interested in Geospat
    Self learner, highly interested in Geospatial development activities using open source tools.Developed software tools for teaching and learning Geology. Also involved in Web-GIS development and training using tools like Geoserver, Postgre,PostGIS and openlayers. Expert in Object Pascal. Application developed for students and community are distributed for free through website.
    are distributed for free through website.)
  • User:Jive  + (Serves on the Project Steering Committee o
    Serves on the Project Steering Committee of GeoServer, GeoTools and uDig projects. Beyond the Java tribes Jody focuses on outreach to new projects as a member of both the Open Source Geospatial Foundation and LocationTech Industry Working Group. Professionally Jody works as a consultant bringing an enterprise computing / business intelligence background to GIS and standards work, currently working with Boundless as community lead.
    working with Boundless as community lead.)
  • Carolina Arias  + (She obtained a Bachelor degree in Environm
    She obtained a Bachelor degree in Environmental Engineering at Medellin University 2006 and an MSc degree in Environmental and Geomatics Engineering at Politecnico di Milano in 2012. She was a lecturer at San Buenaventura University in Colombia since 2007 till 2017, working and teaching in the fields of environmental planning and Geographical Information Systems GIS. She finished a PhD in Environmental and Infrastructure Engineering at the Hydroinformatics Lab Politecnico di Milano on May 2017. Her work activity is focused on Spatial Data Infrastructures SDI, architecture and design of Geographic Information Systems and Geospatial Web Services, Environmental Big Geo-data and Free and Open Source Software for Geospatial Applications FOSS4G. She is a Charter member of OSGeo organization and a member of the organizing committee of FOSS4G Europe 2015. In May, 2018 she has joined the JRC in Unit E.1 where she is working on the NEEDS OF THE COPERNICUS EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT SERVICE (CEMS) Here she is getting expertise to work with large spatial datasets (both physical geographical and socio-economic) and different data formats (e.g., netcdf, ASCII, binary, shapefiles), as well as with GIS (e.g., ArcGIS), Web GIS (e.g. OpenLayers and similar javascript libraries), geospatial web services (e.g. WMS, WPS), python, statistical (e.g. R) and/or image processing software, and spatial/relational database management systems (e.g. ORACLE).
    database management systems (e.g. ORACLE).)
  • User:SimonNitz  + (Simon is highly regarded throughout Austra
    Simon is highly regarded throughout Australia and New Zealand as a leader in his field. He has provided GIS consulting services to organisations in New Zealand and Australia, focusing on both desktop and web mapping systems. His core strengths are as a GIS System Implementer, GIS Application Developer, GIS Database Administrator, and GIS Project Manager. An acknowledged web mapping technology expert amongst his peers, Simon brings a vast knowledge of not only web mapping technology but also web platforms, desktop GIS Systems and GIS services in general.
    p GIS Systems and GIS services in general.)
  • User:EliL  + (Since 2007, Eli has been using FOSS4G tech
    Since 2007, Eli has been using FOSS4G technologies, first in archaeological settings then in local government. Webmapping with MapGuide Open Source and MapServer led to data management with GDAL/OGR (FWTools 0.94) and eventually leading to many other OSGeo Projects covering the full software stack.
    Projects covering the full software stack.)
  • User:Jsenag  + (Software Engineer and postgraduate in UX.
    Software Engineer and postgraduate in UX. She has been working actively in the geo field for 6 years, with a wide experience in the design and development of geo-themed mobile and web applications, betting on the use of open technologies and open data. https://twitter.com/jsenag https://github.com/jessisena
    er.com/jsenag https://github.com/jessisena)
  • Paulo cesar  + (Software Engineer.)
  • Boonen  + (Software architect and Java developer of s
    Software architect and Java developer of software that includes geospatial algorithms or integrates with GIS systems. I mainly focus on integrating systems using messing frameworks and Java libraries. User of PostGIS, GeoServer, GeoTools, JTS, QGIS and OpenLayers. Commiter of Hibernate Spatial.
    OpenLayers. Commiter of Hibernate Spatial.)
  • User:Trentor  + (Soy Ing. en TIC, estudiante de la maestría
    Soy Ing. en TIC, estudiante de la maestría en diseño y gestión de proyectos tecnológicos, actualmente laboro como subdirector en protección civil municipal como encargado de planeación y atlas de riesgos, padre de 3 hermosos hijos y voluntario rescatista en la brigada de rescate internacional cancun (BRIC), actualmente vivo en Puerto Morelos, México. Mis intereses van desde la tecnología hasta el emprendimiento. También me interesan la política, la innovación y soy un gran aficionado a la lectura. ** I am Ing. In TIC, student of the master's degree in design and management of technological projects, I currently work as deputy director in municipal civil protection as planning and risk atlas manager, father of 3 beautiful children and volunteer rescuer in the international rescue brigade cancun (BRIC), I currently live in Puerto Morelos, Mexico. My interests range from technology to entrepreneurship. I'm also interested in politics, innovation and I'm a big fan of reading.
    , innovation and I'm a big fan of reading.)
  • Thomas Starnes  + (Spatial analyst committed to wildlife conservation and humanitarian causes. Interests in remote sensing, drones, AI, open data and data sharing.)
  • User:Maphew  + (Started with PAMAP GIS in 1992 with Counci
    Started with PAMAP GIS in 1992 with Council for Yukon First Nations, bounced around a few other GIS contracting for awhile, mostly for First Nations, and then landed with Yukon Government in 1998. Still there now, much to my surprise. Was heavily involved with Osgeo4W for a number of years as wiki janitor, mailing list mod, and sheparding on the `apt` commandline osgeo4w package manager. Last few years my Osgeo involvement is mostly just a regular ol' tool user, folded in where I can with the Esri stack.
    folded in where I can with the Esri stack.)
  • Stephen Mather  + (Stephen has been working in GIS, Planning,
    Stephen has been working in GIS, Planning, and related fields since 1998, working for the last 9 years as the GIS Manager for Cleveland Metroparks. He has been interested in the application of computer vision to geospatial analyses since 2004, and has recently initiated the OpenDroneMap project (http://opendronemap.org), a project to bring together and extend a suite of open source computer vision software for use with UAS (drone) and street level images. In addition to managing Cleveland Metroparks GIS program and leading OpenDroneMap, Stephen works with the Cleveland Metroparks Zoo and Karisoke Research Center (Dian Fossey Gorilla Fund International) to research mountain gorillas in Rwanda. Most of that work uses OSGeo tools. Stephen is also coauthor of the PostGIS Cookbook and blogs all his geospatial and ecological whims at https://smathermather.com.
    ogical whims at https://smathermather.com.)
  • User:Sdlime  + (Steve is one of the principle developers for MapServer and does a fair amount of web application development using MapServer/MapScript, PostGIS, GDAL, GEOS and OpenLayers.)
  • Maegger  + (Study of Geography and Applied Geoinformat
    Study of Geography and Applied Geoinformatics at University of Salzburg in Austria (2000 - 2005) Since 2005 working as gis specialist in different sectors: - cartography at a publishing company - natural hazards / climatic change - goverment - energy supply
    tic change - goverment - energy supply)
  • User:Sanand  + (Suchith Anand is a Charter Member of OSGeo
    Suchith Anand is a Charter Member of OSGeo and actively involved in OSGeo Education initiatives. He volunteers for GeoForAll with a vision to make geospatial education and opportunities accessible to all and to enable a better future for everyone. He served as the founding chair of the ICA Commission on Open Source Geospatial Technologies and Geospatial IG of Research Data Alliance. He serves in the Program Board of Group on Earth Observations (GEO). He is reviewer for European and international research council applications, and many leading GIS journals . He serves on the Editorial Board of Journal on Open Geospatial Data, Software and Standards , GIS Professional . Suchith is from India and now lives in Nottingham with his wife Sajini and their son Sanjay . They all are cricket fans and love travelling.
    all are cricket fans and love travelling.)
  • User:Suthakaran  + (Suthakaran has moved to Open source GIS in
    Suthakaran has moved to Open source GIS in 2013 particularly (QGIS, JOSM, PostgreSQL, Openmapkit, Mapillary,Mapbox,OSM ) in Sri Lanka. He is working in the OpenDRI Projects with world bank, Sri Lanka since 2013 and he is interested in integrating OSM data with Disaster Management Activities. his education background is in Geography,Disaster Management and GIS.
    in Geography,Disaster Management and GIS.)
  • Mixedbredie  + (The GIS Data Coordinator at Angus Council. Organises QGIS UK user group meetings in Scotland. Co-chaired FOSS4G UK 2019 in Edinburgh. Champions the use of open source software in local government.)
  • User:Thomas Baschetti  + (Thomas is a freelancer doing all kind of GIS and database stuff, especially helping people to migrate from proprietary to free software, connecting different systems and getting things to work.)
  • Tinacormier  + (Tina is a remote sensing scientist who use
    Tina is a remote sensing scientist who uses satellite imagery to gain insights into critical challenges facing society, and open source software is central to the work that she does. She actively promotes open source through talks, community events (e.g., maptime), and social media, and she is now working with the OSGeo-Live project on R quickstarts as well as with the author of the lidR package to improve user friendliness. Sharing her open source experience has always been a part of her work as well; she has taught workshops in countries all over the world, from Peru to Nepal, as well as in her home country, the USA. Workshop topics have ranged from programming in R and using QGIS, to processing lidar with open source tools.
    o processing lidar with open source tools.)
  • User:Tina Cormier  + (Tina is a remote sensing scientist who use
    Tina is a remote sensing scientist who uses satellite imagery to gain insights into critical challenges facing society, and open source software is central to the work that she does. She actively promotes open source through talks, community events (e.g., maptime), and social media, and she is now working with the OSGeo-Live project on R quickstarts as well as with the author of the lidR package to improve user friendliness. Sharing her open source experience has always been a part of her work as well; she has taught workshops in countries all over the world, from Peru to Nepal, as well as in her home country, the USA. Workshop topics have ranged from programming in R and using QGIS, to processing lidar with open source tools.
    o processing lidar with open source tools.)
  • Tom Armitage  + (Tom is one of the coordinators of the Scot
    Tom is one of the coordinators of the Scottish QGIS User Group and has been running QGIS training and workshops in UK Higher and Further Education since around 2012. Tom was the co-chair for the FOSS4G UK 2019 conference in Edinburgh. Tom is active on twitter and various QGIS user forums helping users find solutions to problems they face. He writes a blog http://learngis.uk which provides step by step guides to doing data visualisation and cartography in QGIS.
    ata visualisation and cartography in QGIS.)
  • User:Tosseto  + (Toshikazu Seto is a researcher who has con
    Toshikazu Seto is a researcher who has conducted research and analysis related to "GIS and Society". Since OSGeo.JP was formed, he has been supporting the Japanese FOSS4G event held annually in Tokyo and Osaka. He is also interested in community-building for FOSS4G and attends a wide range of activities related to Volunteered Geographic Information and OpenGeoData.
    ed Geographic Information and OpenGeoData.)
  • User:Erikfriesen  + (Training Specialist focusing on QGIS at Boundless. Formerly GIS analyst at a tiny oil and gas company.)
  • Tudorbarascu  + (Tudor is a GIS passionate with experience in the water/wastewater sector. He is a mechanical engineer who ended up in the GIS sector. Although he started with various proprietary systems he is now fully supporting Open Source Software.)
  • User:Tkardi  + (Tõnis has been active in the geo field for
    Tõnis has been active in the geo field for approximately 15 years but a relative newcomer to the world of osgeo. He has a background in environmental technology specializing in remote sensing but his professional endeavours have led him to pursue goals in the field of geoinformatics instead. Crunching data has been his love for years. He is currently employing himself as a freelance GIS/IT consultant. He has previously worked as a GIS specialist at the Estonian Ministry of Environment IT Center (KEMIT) where he focused on open data and open source GIS solutions in governmental institutions, consulted IT projects that have geo/data/map/services requirements in the Ministry's area of responsibility.
    in the Ministry's area of responsibility.)
  • Hbecerra  + (Urbanist)
  • User:Veroandreo  + (Vero holds a PhD in Biology and a MSc degr
    Vero holds a PhD in Biology and a MSc degree in GIS and Remote Sensing. She is mostly interested in GIS and remote sensing uses and applications for public health, environmental monitoring and disaster management. She is a GRASS GIS and FOSS4G enthusiast and a very active promoter of Osgeo/FOSS4G philosophy everywhere: in conferences, courses, workshops and so on. She is mainly involved in GRASS GIS community contributing tutorials, examples, general documentation, user support, translations, etc.
    entation, user support, translations, etc.)
  • User:Cvvergara  + (Vicky is an Economist and Computer Scientist, pgRouting fan and developer, Free Software advocate.)
  • User:Volaya  + (Victor is the creator and main developer o
    Victor is the creator and main developer of the SEXTANTE library, a spatial data analysis library currently used by several open source GIS such as gvSIG or QGIS. He is also the main author of the Spanish Free GIS Book, a free (CC BY) book on the fundamentals of Geographic Information Systems.
    mentals of Geographic Information Systems.)
  • Victoria Rautenbach  + (Victoria Rautenbach is a senior lecturer i
    Victoria Rautenbach is a senior lecturer in the Department of Geography, Geoinformatics and Meteorology at the University of Pretoria, South Africa. Victoria’s research focuses on spatial data visualization to support decision making. Her research spans two disciplines: Geographic Information Science (GISc) and Computer Science; multi-dimensional geovisualization, spatial data infrastructure, open source for geospatial software and geoinformation standards. Victoria is interested in web mapping development and the use of mapping to improve less fortunate communities, and has also been involved in various open data events in South Africa.
    various open data events in South Africa.)
  • User:Macho  + (Werner is coming from water management, hy
    Werner is coming from water management, hydrology and hydraulics and has been involved in the QGIS project since 2008. Using mainly opensource software since the early 1990 and since about 2004 solving his geospatial problems with opensource GIS software, he tries to help and propagate free software wherever he can. Beside maintaining a few QGIS plugins he is also the translation team leader for QGIS Desktop software and trying to be a helping hand wherever problems arise.
    be a helping hand wherever problems arise.)
  • Werner Macho  + (Werner is coming from water management, hy
    Werner is coming from water management, hydrology and hydraulics and has been involved in the QGIS project since 2008. Using mainly opensource software since the early 1990 and since about 2004 solving his geospatial problems with opensource GIS software, he tries to help and propagate free software wherever he can. Beside maintaining a few QGIS plugins he is also the translation team leader for QGIS Desktop software and trying to be a helping hand wherever problems arise.
    be a helping hand wherever problems arise.)
  • User:Sylvainp  + (With 10 years experience in the field of G
    With 10 years experience in the field of Geographic Information Systems (GIS), I founded GISCAN in 2015 - a start up specialised in GIS, remote sensing , artificial intelligence and deep learning. As a graduated geographer specialised in GIS and computer science at the University of Bordeaux, France, I am also an opensource enthusiast. I strongly believe that open source offers huge opportunities in terms of information sharing management and processing of data. I am able to provide reliable spacial design and provide reliable expertise in spacial and temporal anaysis Passionate by new technology and photography, I have developed my own GIS tools and design to offer tailor- made experience to my client.
    ffer tailor- made experience to my client.)
  • Yassir Bouchdak  + (Yassir Bouchdak , GIS & Telecom Engineer ( Morocco ))
  • User:Yoichi  + (Yoichi Kayama is a software engineer and r
    Yoichi Kayama is a software engineer and researcher who has conducted research and program development related to geographic information for more than 20 years. Since OSGeo.JP was formed, he has been supporting the Japanese FOSS4G event held annually in Tokyo and Osaka. He co-authored a FOSS4G handbook, he was engaged in the Japanese localization of QGIS, and he has taught how to use QGIS in a number of workshops.
    how to use QGIS in a number of workshops.)
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