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Get ready to dive deep into all things QGIS! We're working on finalizing the schedule for talks, workshops, and other exciting conference events. A list of talks and workshops that have been confirmed (below) keeps growing!

Here's a sneak peek of what you can expect:

  • Over 50 talks and 15+ workshops spread across 6 rooms – that's a ton of QGIS knowledge to be shared!
  • Topics will cover everything you love about QGIS – from cool use cases and advanced workflows to deep dives into new features and the latest buzz in the QGIS community.

Confirmed Talks

  • qgis-js - QGIS core ported to WebAssembly to run it on the web platform
    Michael Schmuki
  • Beyond the NDVI: Hyperspectral remote sensing in QGIS with the EnMAP-Box
    Benjamin Jakimow
  • Creating a random city map using the graphical modeler
    Philipp Schüller
  • Visualize planning projects in 3D
    Karl-Magnus Jönsson
  • Environmental Data Retrieval (EDR) a new OGC standard and its implementation in QGIS
    Saber Razmjooei
  • Geoharmony: A QGIS Plugin Unveiling Satellite Insights for Sustainable Development Syner-gy and Ecological Rejuvenation"
    Berit Mohr
  • Delivering the perfect QGIS installation and environment to your users
    Johannes Kröger
  • Everything I learned building AI models for QGIS
    Brendan Ashworth
  • QGIS website renovation
    Aliaksandra Tsiatserkina
  • Learn how to create user friendly layout templates
    Mie Winstrup
  • Rethinking urban health by measuring and mapping walkability with Q-GIS in the Global South.
    Ricardo Pozo, Susana Belén Mizhquiri Macías
  • QGIS applications in transport planning: case studies of cycling and public transport support
    Marian Gogola
  • Exploring Advanced Data Integrations with Speckle
    Kateryna Konieva
  • Transformation from a "GIS enthusiast" to a GIS administrator - a description of deployment cases carried out in small and medium-sized companies.
    Michał Drożdż
  • From Data to Decisions: Empowering Groundwater Professionals with a QGIS Plugin
    Jakob Lanstorp, Martin Kynde
  • WAPlugin: a QGIS solution for accessing, validating, and analyzing FAO WaPOR data
    Hans van der Kwast, WAPlugin Team, Akshay Dhonthi
  • The hitchhikers guide to Copernicus data access
    Aron Gergely
  • Working with Point Cloud Data in QGIS
    Kurt Menke
  • Success stories of Mergin Maps and QGIS
    Peter Petrik, Tomas Mizera
    Martin Tuchyna
  • Superpower your Widgets
    Dave Signer
  • PgMetadata - A QGIS plugin to store the metadata of PostgreSQL layers inside the database, and use them inside QGIS
    Etienne Trimaille, René-Luc Dhont
  • QGIS Expressions for Fun and Profit
    Ujaval Gandhi
  • Latest improvements in QGIS 3D and point clouds
    Stefanos Natsis
  • Native QGIS geological model setup for Africa addressing groundwater scarcity and resilience against climate change
    Jakob Lanstorp, Martin Kynde
  • Pizza symbols
    Raymond Nijssen
  • Computing Omnidirectional Landscape Connectivity with QGIS and Omniscape.jl
    Kurt Menke
  • Search and Rescue Misson Support
    Jan Růžička
  • QGIS Uses and Applications for Utility Scale Solar Development
    Marco Antonio Alvarez Patino
  • Migration of mobile network management data from spreadsheets to QGIS and PostGIS
    Immo Blecher
  • The case of transforming attitude towards open source in public administration
    Oleksii Boiko
  • State of Lizmap - Past / Present / Futur
    Etienne Trimaille, René-Luc Dhont
  • Discover the QGIS Hub Plugin: Empowering users to share and access diverse QGIS resources effortlessly
    Ismail Sunni
  • Monitoring urban densification using QGIS
    Philipp Schüller
  • Integrating Mapstore2 with QGIS Server For Printing QGIS Layouts
    Marco Teixeira, Ricardo Furtado Ponte
  • State of the PCRaster Tools plugin
    Hans van der Kwast
  • Data quality with Field Domain or Attributes Form
    Jeroen Hovens
  • Using QGIS and open-source data to develop a light touch geospatial methodology to identify barriers supply chains face to deliver routine immunizations at the district level
    Steffanie Sinclair-Chritz
  • Web meets Desktop: a business logic implemented in Django ORM and delivered through OGC API - Features
    Denis Rouzaud
  • QGIS for Secondary Education and Citizen Science: Lowering the barrier by customizing the user interface
    Serkan Girgin, Jaykumar Gohil
  • Open data provided by UGKK SR
    Tomáš Dekan
  • Presentation of Two QGIS Roles - QGIS Documentation Writer and QGIS Full Stack Web Developer
    Lova, Selma
  • Mergin Maps: Modern field data collection tool
    Peter Petrik, Tomas Mizera
  • Procedural art with QGIS
    Johannes Kröger
  • G3W-SUITE and QGIS integration: state of the art, latest developments and future prospects
    Walter Lorenzetti
  • Advantages of QGIS environment powered by Nix
    Ivan Minčík - @imincik

Confirmed Workshops

  • Publish your QGIS project (layers, forms, print layout...) on the internet using Lizmap
    Etienne Trimaille, René-Luc Dhont
  • Cloud Native Geospatial Workflows with QGIS
    Ujaval Gandhi
  • Building 3D map views in QGIS
    Stefanos Natsis
  • Large Language Models and GIS
    Gustavo Garcia, Mahdi Farnaghi, Zehao Lu
  • Work with data relations in QGIS
    Dave Signer
  • Advancing water productivity monitoring in agriculture: Analyse and validate FAO WaPOR open data using the WAPlugin in QGIS
    Hans van der Kwast, WAPlugin Team, Akshay Dhonthi
  • Hands-on qgis-js: Building interactive QGIS based Web Maps from Scratch
    Michael Schmuki
  • Hydrological analysis with the PCRaster Tools plugin in QGIS
    Hans van der Kwast
  • QGIS - Ask me anything!
    Marco Bernasocchi, Denis Rouzaud
  • Mergin Maps Admin Essentials
    Peter Petrik, Tomas Mizera
  • Building Your First QGIS Plugin
    Ujaval Gandhi
  • Designing an object with Blender3D for use in QGIS 3D
    Raymond Nijssen


Each talk will be 30 minutes long, with 20 minutes for the speaker to share their knowledge and 10 minutes for Q&A and room changes. We're planning to run 3 tracks simultaneously, so you can pick and choose what interests you most.


Workshops are your chance to get hands-on with QGIS and learn new skills from our amazing community experts. They'll cover everything from hot new tech to tried-and-true methods. Workshops are either 1.5 or 3 hours long and will run alongside the talks in separate rooms. Don't forget to bring your laptop! We'll have 3 workshop rooms running in parallel.

Program Outline

Below is the tentative schedule:

Mon 9 September
Tue 10 September
Wed 11 September
Thu 12 September
Fri 13 September
9:00-10:30 Opening Session Talks & Workshops Contributor Meeting
10:30-11:00 Coffee Break
11:00-12:30 Talks & Workshops Talks & Workshops
12:30-13:30 Lunch
13:30-15:00 Talks & Workshops Talks & Workshops
15:00-15:30 Coffee Break
15:30-17:00 Talks & Workshops Closing Session
19:00-23:00 Social Event