In the framework of the project TORUS (Toward an Open Resources using Service), FIMO has collaborated with University of Engineering and Technology to organize a workshop: “THE ENCOUNTER BETWEEN TWO WORLDS: THE CLOUD COMPUTING AND Geosciences” from January 18th to January 20th, 2016 at the University of Technology, Vietnam National University, Hanoi.
The workshop is organizing as a major international conference with the participation of scientists from universities, European institutions and scientists from Thailand and Vietnam in the field of cloud computing and the science of Geography, geology and the environment to present an overview of the project Torus, scientific exchange on applying cloud computing in science Geospatial.
Initiated and driven by Dominique Laffly, geographer, university professor and member of GEODE laboratory, TORUS is one of eight French projects selected among the 120 selected for more than 575 candidatures. The project is financed by the European Union in the framework of Erasmus + Capacity Building. This program funds “transnational partnerships between educational institutions and organizations, training and youth programs in order, promoting cooperation and development”. TORUS funded for 3 years, gathered around the University of Toulouse 2 Jean Jaures, the international school of information processing sciences (EISTI, Pau campus), University of Ferrara in Italy, university Brussels Vrije in Belgium, Vietnam national University in Hanoi, the Nong Lam university of Ho Chi Minh and two Thai institutions: Asian Institute of Technology (AIT) in Pathumthani and Walailak university in Nakhon Si Thammarat.
Some picture follows the Event:
Le Xuan Thanh, Do Van Tu