AGILE 2022 - Workshops

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Below is a description of all the workshops, which will take place in June 14 - 17 of this year's conference. Some of the workshops have their own websites, where you can find more information. In any other case, you can contact the person responsible for its organization (their name is linked to their email address). Please check the workshop website or contact the organizers for further details.

Tentative Workshop program

10:00-18:00 Workshop 3
10:00-12:30 Workshop 8 (canceled)
10:45-15:00 Workshop 2
10:00-14:00 Workshop 4
16:00-20:00 Workshop 6
16:00-22:00 Workshop 5
10:00-14:00 Workshop 1

The hours in the program above are defined in Eastern European Summer Time (UTC +3, Lithuanian time)


Registration for the workshops is included in the conference fee and may be perfomed through the registration page for the AGILE 2022 conference (Also for those that want to attend one workshop and not the main conference). Registrations are now open here.

You can attend one or more workshops according to your preference (all workshops can be attended under the conference fee). 

Cancellation of some of the workshops will occur for less than 10-15 verified and registered participants per workshop.  



Leading Agile member / Contact person

Seconded by





The main objective this workshop is introducing the attendees to the 





Five invited speakers will address the major challenges of .






This workshop will provide a structural perspective on 


To advocate living structure as a scientific foundation for city science 

To bridge space and place through the concept of living structure or wholeness


 (half day)



To introduce participants to the methodology of using concept maps, 





In recent years, the AGILE conference has attracted scientists working in areas such as Spatial Human-Computer Interaction (Spatial HCI) and Geographic-Aware Technologies. 



(half day)




The purpose of this workshop is to bring GiScience educators to take forward the momentum generated by the Global GiScience Education Conversations, assess progress that has been made since the start of COVID and what this means for the future of GiScience Education.


Open SDI Education:

(half day)


Ali Mansourian, Lund University,

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Nathalie Pitz, Bochum University,

Bastiaan van Loenen ,TU Delft,

Frederika Welle Donker, TU Delft,


The aim of this workshop is to present the outcomes of the SPIDER project (open SPatial data Infrastructure eDucation nEtwork) and brainstorm”active” teaching and learning methods (both for on-campus and for online teaching), which can be beneficial for Open SDI Education. It include:

  • Review of active teaching and learning methods
  • Mapping between different active teaching methods and learning level, based on Bloom’s Taxonomy,
  • Presentation of the results of Good Practices in Active Teaching and Learning for GI courses
  • Brain storming to suggest new active teaching and learning methods for Open SDI Education


* The number in the first cell of each row is random



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