Summer School 2021: Introduction to Geospatial Technologies for Achieving SDGs – Demographic Considerations is now completed!

July 12, 2021

The ISEPEI Summer School 2021 was carried out entirely online with more than 50 participants from four continents and 15 highly experienced lecturers working in diverse fields in a variety of international institutions, including: Lorant Czaran (United Nations Population Fund - UNFPA), Anupam Anand (Global Environment Facility - GEF); Alan Belward (European Commission, Joint Research Centre - 

Up-coming module on Disaster Risk Reduction - Local Resilience in Europe and Central Asia

June 24, 2021

Join us on July 2nd, 10-11,30 am CET for a module on Disaster Risk Reduction - Local Resilience in Europe and Central Asia, designed by UNDRR-ROECA.

The concept of the module, its agenda and key speakers can be found here.

Apply now: Summer School 2021: Introduction to Geospatial Technologies for Achieving SDGs – Demographic Considerations

March 19, 2021

ISEPEI Summer School 2021: 5 July - 9 July, 2021 / ONLINE. Apply now!

Learn from the best, hear the experience of renowned practitioners in a number of fields, expand your horizons, practical skills and understanding of the application of geospatial technologies for achieving the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).

What will you learn?

ISEPEI team successfully completed two online Workshops in Winter 2021

March 12, 2021

The ISEPEI project organized two winter trainings for the first time in the Winter Semester 2021, run simultaneously and entirely online as a response to the contemporary Covid-imposed travel restrictions. 

A total of 21 students from a variety of departments and universities (CEU, AUCA, Bard College) accepted our challenge and tuned in from Austria, Egypt, Hungary, Kyrgyzstan, Myanmar and Spain to improve their practical skills and knowledge. 

Applications Open for 2021 ISEPEI Winter Workshops!

October 13, 2020


This year, for the first time, ISEPEI project is organizing two winter trainings, co-funded by the Open Society University Network (OSUN). These events are part of the Bridging ICTs and Environment workshop series and would focus on:

ISEPEI 2020 Webinar series ended

July 6, 2020

This summer is different in many ways. Our traditional week-long workshops as well as newly introduced short intensive weekend trainings, taking place in June/July in Budapest, had to be postponed to October 2020.

Free webinars by ISEPEI speakers on June 22-28, 2020

June 1, 2020

ISEPEI Project offers a one-week long introductory online webinar series, entitled „Bridging ICTs and the Environment” between 22-28 June, 2020. The webinars will give a taste of the topics which will be discussed further in more details during the in-residence courses/workshops in October 2020. Attending the webinars is free for anyone who is interested and registered in advance.

ISEPEI workshops postponed to October 2020

April 1, 2020

The core ISEPEI courses (“Geospatial Technologies for Monitoring Water- and Health-related SDGs” and the "Innovations in Disaster and Climate Risk Reduction") and the ISEPEI-SUN Weekend Workshops, originally planned to be held between 22 June and 6 July, 2020, are re-scheduled for October, 2020.  Later in the summer we will be in touch with you about the exact dates of the in-residence events and your possible interest in attending them. 

Applications for 2020 ISEPEI Summer Workshops are Open!

January 25, 2020

We are glad to announce that the applications for ISEPEI summer workshops are now open!

The ISEPEI workshops focus on the potential use and application of Information Communication Technologies (ICTs) (remote sensing, geospatial technologies, crowdsourcing, distance learning), socio-environmental data visualization, and post-disaster risk finance options. The main goal of the workshops is to train the participants to apply learned knowledge to their professional field.

ISEPEI’s 2019 summer workshops ended

August 16, 2019

The sixth installment of the ISEPEI summer trainings for environmental professionals was successfully carried out this July in Budapest, Hungary.