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Our group has been strengthening the already good cooperation with the Technical University in Munich (Technische Universität München – TUM), Germany. Namely, Anka Lisec was a guest teacher and researcher at TUM in the framework of the project Mobility of Teachers at the University of Ljubljana MUL 2018-2021, from 15 January to 15 April 2019. At the Faculty of Civil Engineering, Geodesy and Environmental Studies (Ingenieurfakultät Bau Geo Umwelt), she was actively involved in the pedagogical and research work of the Chair of Land Management (Professur für Bodenordnung und Landentwicklung). The pedagogical and research work concerned primarily the areas of land administration, including the use of modern solutions for spatial data acquisition and data modelling within land / spatial information systems, the use of geospatial data for monitoring the land use, and the use of geographic information systems for spatial decision-making. In the framework of the visit, Anka Lisec also participated in several professional events organized by the faculty or regional professional organisations, including the annual meeting of experts from the field of geoinformatics, Münchner Geoinformatik-Runde (March 13-14, 2019), 21. Münchner Tage für nachhaltiges Landmanagement (March 20-21, 2019) and the workshop on the possibility of including legal regimes in the Bavarian cadastre (April 12, 2019).

OEREB workshop’s participants comming from Germany, Switzerland, Austria, Slovenia and Finland (April 12, 2019)

The Mobility of Teachers at the University of Ljubljana MUL 2018-2021 was selected at the public tender Mobility of Slovenian Higher Education Teachers 2018-2021 of the Ministry of Education, Science and Sport of the Republic of Slovenia and is partly financed by the European Union from the European Social Fund (ESF).

The other members of our research group visited Munich end of March, where professors from the host faculty presented their pedagogical and research work. Our special acknowledgements are dedicated to prof. Walter de Vrieß, professor of land management at TUM, and prof. Uwe Stilla, professor of photogrammetry and remote sensing at TUM, for extremely interesting presentations. Furthermore we would like to thank for an interesting program to the Bavarian surveying and mapping authority during our visit (Landesamt für Digitalisierung, Breitband und Vermessung).

Members of the Chair from Ljubljana and prof. Walter de Vries during the visit end of March

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