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Chair of Geoinformatics and Real Estate Cadastres

Katedra za geoinformatiko in katastre nepremičnin (KGKN)

The Chair of Geoinformatics and Real Estate Cadastres is covering a wide and fast-developing area of geoinformatics, as well as real estate cadastres and real estate management. The domain of the Chair evolved to the present contents within the former Chair of Mathematical Geodesy and Geoinformation that was renamed in 2001 to the present name. The development of the Chair’s areas has been largely influenced by international development guidelines of the geodetic field of science that was to embrace the areas of surveying and spatial data acquisition; and the main connecting area should be the field of spatial data management aiming to support spatial decision making. Fast development of information and GIS technology, as well as increased requirements of the society with respect to the quality spatial data that support various decision procedures regarding space, is bringing several challenges and dynamics in educational, research and professional field of our activities.

Chair members

zaposleni telefon email
doc. dr. Marjan Čeh, univ. dipl. inž. geod. +386 1 4768 653 marjan.ceh@fgg.uni-lj.si
asist. Urška Drešček, univ. dipl. inž. geod. +386 1 4768 561 urska.drescek@fgg.uni-lj.si
doc. dr. Samo Drobne, univ. dipl. inž. geod. +386 1 4768 649 samo.drobne@fgg.uni-lj.si
viš. pred. dr. Miran Ferlan, univ. dipl. inž. geod. +386 1 4768 647 miran.ferlan@fgg.uni-lj.si
Bujar Fetai bujar.fetai@fgg.uni-lj.si
asist. Mateja Krivic, univ. dipl. inž. geod. +386 1 4768 629 mateja.krivic@fgg.uni-lj.si
izr. prof. dr. Anka Lisec, univ. dipl. inž. geod. +386 1 4768 560 anka.lisec@fgg.uni-lj.si
prof. dr. Krištof Oštir, univ. dipl. fiz. +386 1 4768 650 kristof.ostir@fgg.uni-lj.si
Ana Potočnik Buhvald +386 1 4768 629 ana.potocnik-buhvald@fgg.uni-lj.si
Matej Račič +386 1 4768 629 matej.racic@fgg.uni-lj.si
asist. Jernej Tekavec, univ. dipl. inž. geod. +386 1 4768 561 jernej.tekavec@fgg.uni-lj.si
doc. dr. Mihaela Triglav Čekada, univ. dipl. inž. geod. +386 1 2002 900 mihaela.TriglavCekada@fgg.uni-lj.si
strok. sod. Barbara Trobec, univ. dipl. inž. geod. +386 1 4768 561 barbara.trobec@fgg.uni-lj.si
Educational activity

In the field of education, the mission of the Chair is education of professionals who are able to solve problems in practice and as well as in research work, in the field of geoinformatics and real estate administration, which includes implementation, maintenance, protection, standardization and presentation of spatial data, application of GIS technology within the framework of spatial data infrastructure and real estate administrative systems, establishment and maintenance of real estate cadastres and their (re)arrangement, study of economic, social, legal and political role of the spatial data infrastructure and real estate cadastres.

Education activities of the Chair are therefore predominantly related to the geographical information systems‘ knowledge, spatial and statistical data analysis, land and real estate management, real estate recording, as well as the organization of works and project management. We try to convey the knowledge in ways that ensure its consistency with the development of geodesy and international science, as well as with the needs of the organizations that employ the majority of the geodesy professionals.

Within the framework of the Bologna Reform of the study programs, the members of the Chair took part in establishing updated, contemporary study program of Geodesy and geoinformation.

Research and professional activity

The research activity of the Chair is focussed on the field of development of contemporary geoinformation solutions and algorithms for spatial data analyses that support spatial decision-making. Special emphasis is given to the development of the real estate administrative systems, optimization of the procedures dealing with cadastre real estate management and to the assurance of quality real estate databases within the spatial data infrastructure.

The members of the Chair present the achievements of the research and professional work in internationally recognized journals as well as in national and international scientific and professional conferences. The professional field of the Chair is wide and interdisciplinary, therefore the members of the Chair are active in various national and international professional associations, such as the Slovenian Association of Surveyors, Chamber of Engineers of Slovenia, Slovenian Institute for Standards – Technical Committee for Geographical Information, Slovenian Association Informatika, Statistical Office of the Republic of Slovenia – Council for Environmental Statistics and Council for Statistics of Real Estate, International Association of Surveyors (FIG), International Society for Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing (ISPRS), European Academy EALD, FAO (United Nations),  Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) etc. Members of the Chair cooperate, both on national as well as international level, as (co)organisers of scientific and professional events, summer schools, as well as Editors, members of Editing Committees of professional journals and Conference Proceedings. We are also actively involved in the international environment in the field of Higher Education development related to the geodesy and geoinformatics.

In the research and consulting field, the Chair is included into national and international projects. Special emphasis is placed to the bilateral cooperation; among other, quality bilateral collaboration was established (through Erasmus and other bilateral agreements) with TU Wienna (Austria), HUT Espoo (Finland), TU München (Germany), NMBU Ås (Norway), University of Belgrade (Serbia, KTH Stockholm (Sweden) and Iowa State University (USA).

Exceptional achievement

In 2016, Assoc.Prof. Radoš Šumrada received the Award for Lifetime Achievement from the Association of Geodets in Slovenia, for his outstanding achievement to the development of geodesy and geoinformation in Slovenia.

The 2019 Dragon Symposium

From 24 to 28 June 2019 Ljubljana hosted the 2019 Dragon Symposium. Dragon is a cooperation between the European Space Agency and the Ministry of Science and Technology (MOST) of the P.R. China. The cooperation started in 2004, the latest phase Dragon 4, commenced in...

Two PhD positions in geoinformatics

Do you want to continue studying, training abroad, engaging in international projects and becoming part of a breakthrough research group in the fields of Earth observation and geoinformatics? Are you interested in Earth observation and geoinformatics? Are you ready to...

Excursion to Ptuj for student of geodesy and geoinformatics

At the Faculty of Civil Engineering and Geodesy, University of Ljubljana (UL FGG), in accordance with the goals of the study programs, we also include lectures of professionals from the practice in the contents of undergraduate and postgraduate studies. With the...

The CLGE Students’ Contest 2018–2019

The Council of European Geodetic Surveyors CLGE, in cooperation with the GSA (the European GNSS Agency), has launched the eighth edition of the CLGE European Students’ Contest for the current academic year 2018–2019. The prizes are €1000 per winner or winning team and...

Strengthening cooperation with the Technical University of Munich

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...

Presentation “Application of Earth observation and 3D geospatial data in disaster monitoring”

At the World Construction Forum 2019, which was held from 8 to 11 April in Ljubljana, we presented the lecture Application of Earth Observation and 3D geospatial data and disaster monitoring. Within the Themes 4: Disaster Risk Management and for Resilient Communities,...

The new issue of Geodetski vestnik

The new issue of Geodetski vestnik has been just published. The first number of the 63rd volume is bringing also some news – beside the colour printing, the new instructions for authors have been published...

ISPRS Geospatial week 2019

Enschede, June 10-14, 2019 The ISPRS Geospatial Week 2019 will be held on June 10-14, 2019, in Enschede, the Netherlands. It is convened by the local organizer, the University of Twente, which was also the consortium partner in the SLICE3D project. The event is a...

Munich Remote Sensing Symposium 2019

München, Germany, September 18-20, 2019 The importance of remote sensing for the observation of our Earth and other planets is continuously growing, especially since more and more space borne data has become freely available to the public via the Landsat and Sentinel...

Current projects and programme

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Past projects

Student field work – land cadastre field

Geoinformation support to the spatial management