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Visit of Uzbek delegation to the University of West Hungary

Training course was organized within the project from 13 October till 12 of November in 2013. 10 Project Advisory Board participants and 15 teachers from Uzbek partner universities came to review current situation of the project and participate in the training course that consist of various fields of Geoinformatics.

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The Project Advisory Board participants from Uzbekistan and other EU delegation from EU partner universities had one week meeting to review current situation of the project such as results, problems, standard which should meet the national and EU standards, curriculum, accreditation and module development.

Meanwhile, fifteen teachers from four partner universities had participated to training course which includes Geographical Information Systems, Remote Sensing, Project management, Laser scanning, Photogrammetry, GNSS technologies, Cartography and Geovisualization and Database Management. It was very interesting intensive course because we used modern technologies and methods which can be used to develop textbooks for master program and can be applied to Uzbek education system. Also we collected a lot of literature and materials that will be helpful to develop master program and teach expected master students. We have discussed about various topics and exchanged ideas related to teaching methods and skills with professors of the University of West Hungary and University of Salzburg. Moreover, I should include that we as module developers of master program had a chance to meet professional teachers and discuss module content, take comments and recommendations. By their help we finalized chapter level descriptions and started to write textbooks.

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We visited Land Office in Szekesfehervar which is responsible for land use and land cadastre of the Fejer county. Members of the office presented their work process and databases which uses advanced technologies to store, analyze, control and retrieve spatial data. Also, we were introduced with land use management using internet which is helpful for people easily to get data about specific land parcel through internet.

The other day of our visit we also visited Institute of Geodesy and Remote Sensing (FOMI) to get acquainted with work process and modern technologies. FOMI folks presented the use of Laser Scanning, Remote Sensing and Photogrammetry at their office. There were lot of discussions, questions and questions from both sides. We also visited Photogrammetric labs and map archives which we had a chance to get knowledge about the evolution of mapping technologies of Hungary.

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We are very glad to visit Hungary to get to know about Hungarian people and culture. We started to visit Szekesfehervar city which is one of the core and famous cities of Hungary. After that we went to explore beautiful Budapest city, which is famous with its history and wonderful buildings situated on a shore of Danube river. Our next trip included to visit Balaton Lake which is the largest in Central Europe and well-known with its foremost tourist destinations. In addition to this I have to include traditional Hungarian dishes and wines that we really liked. We really liked Hungarian people they are very kind and friendly.

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Finally I would like to thank all organizers of this course on a behalf of Uzbek delegation, especially I would like to thank to Prof. Bela Markus, Dr. Andrea Podor, Szilvia Taupert and Gyorgy Molnar who did their best for us to have knowledge and successful stay in Hungary.  In addition, I would like to thank all teachers of University of West Hungary and Paris-Lodron University (Salzburg) who gave us a lot of knowledge and shared their professional experience.

Best wishes to all Hungarian people,

On a behalf of Uzbek Delegation,

Shukhrat Shokirov

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