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Image Information Mining Conference: The Sentinels Era

05 - 07 March 2014

Organisation: Romanian Space Agency (ROSA)

Location: Bucharest, Romania

Paper submission deadline: 01 November 2013

Conference Overview:

The Ninth Conference on Image Information Mining will be held at the Romanian Space Agency (ROSA) in Bucharest, Romania from 05 to 07 March 2014. The event is sponsored by the Image Information Mining Coordination Group (IIMCG) and the Geoscience and Remote Sensing Society (GRSS). The focus of this year's conference is: The Sentinels Era.

The main topics to be discussed during the conference are: image information mining, image semantic automatic annotation, multi modal and multi-sensor information extraction. The event is aimed at European space agencies and organisations, aerospace industry and research centres, value added companies and service providers.

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NETSPACE Workshop

18 - 19 February 2014

Organisation: National Observatory of Athens / University of Athens

Location: Athens, Greece

Electronic paper submission deadline: 10 October 2013

Camera-ready paper submission deadline: 31 January 2014

Workshop Overview:

Space data volume is increasing as new missions generating scientific data are launched. That said, the necessary mechanisms for disseminating and exploiting space data are not yet in place. Therefore, networking technologies supporting the efficient dissemination of space data should not be considered as a peripheral issue but rather as an urgently-missing mechanism.

In this context, the NETSPACE Workshop, organised in the framework of the FP7 funded Collaborative Project "Space Data Routers for Exploiting Space Data", provides an ideal venue for researchers and engineers to present cutting-edge work and results. Submissions are invited in, but are not limited to, the following areas:

  • Space applications with increased data dissemination requirements
  • Multi-mission space applications
  • Current approaches and policies in space data dissemination and exploitation
  • Delay/disruption-tolerant networks (DTNs)
  • Architecture, design, implementation, and evaluation of communication systems for space
  • Security/privacy concerns and solutions in space communications
  • Novel space mission objectives based on new networking technologies

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4th DUE Permafrost User Workshop

11 - 13 February 2014

Organisation: European Space Agency (ESA)

Location: Frascati, Italy

Workshop Overview:

ESA will continue to work with the user community on permafrost, organising a workshop on 11-13 February 2014 in ESRIN together with the Climate and Cryosphere project (CliC), the Global Terrestrial Network for Permafrost (GTN-P) and the International Permafrost Association (IPA). The workshop will gather user requirements to monitor and model permafrost and contribute to current efforts of GTN-P for more operational permafrost monitoring.

The ESA DUE Permafrost project (2009 to 2012) has established a permafrost-related monitoring system based on a first set of circumpolar and regional products: Land Surface Temperature, Surface Soil Moisture, ground frozen/non-frozen state, terrain parameters, Land Cover, and surface waters. User groups including GTN-P/IPA provided ground data and the regional and thematic expertise for the evaluation of the remote sensing products. An interdisciplinary community interested in how to link permafrost-related remote sensing, modelling and field observation has been continuously growing.

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Global Vegetation Monitoring and Modelling

03 - 07 February 2014

Organisation: INRA

Location: Avignon, France

Registration deadline: 01 December 2013

Conference Overview:

The objective of the "Global Vegetation Monitoring and Modelling" International Conference (GV2M) is to bring researchers together to discuss the new developments in the use of remote sensing observations and Earth system modelling with emphasis on applications related to water, carbon and nitrogen cycles, climate processes and change, agriculture and forest monitoring over large spatial domains using possibly long time series of satellite observations.

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7th EARSeL Workshop on Remote Sensing of the Earth's Cryosphere

03 - 06 February 2014

Organisation: European Association of Remote Sensing Laboratories (EARSeL)

Location: Bern, Switzerland

Abstract submission deadline: 15 November 2013

Registration deadline: 15 January 2014

Workshop Overview:

The workshop invites presentations on all fields of environmental research focussing on snow and ice as proxy for changing cryosphere, methods for retrieving cryospheric parameters from various types of remote sensing data, theoretical basis of inversion methods and their application, state-of-the-art retrieval algorithms, data assimilation of remote sensing data and in situ observations in process models, current and planned sensors for snow and ice, etc.

The workshop also offers the possibility for sessions covering preparations and successful realisation of field campaigns in mountainous and polar regions. The last day is dedicated for the ESA-Globsnow User Consultation Meeting.

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Land Product Validation and Evolution

28 - 30 January 2014

Organisation: European Space Agency (ESA)

Location: Frascati, Italy

Workshop Overview:

The European Space Agency is organising a workshop on calibration, validation and evolution of land products. Scientists and Cal/Val experts are provided with the opportunity to present latest results from their on-going research, including the evolution of products, the development of validation, the inter-comparison methodologies and the evolution of algorithms.

The workshop will focus on optical imaging sensors from ESA missions (MERIS, (A)ATSR, PROBA-V, etc.), ESA Third Party Missions (LANDSAT, ALOS, etc.), and national missions. During this workshop results from recently reprocessed land data sets will be presented and contributions for future ESA missions using existing data sets and validation infrastructures are encouraged.

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American Geophysical Union (AGU) 46th Annual Fall Meeting

09 - 13 December 2013

Organisation: American Geophysical Union (AGU)

Location: San Francisco, United States of America

Registration deadline: 08 November 2013

Conference Overview:

The AGU Fall Meeting is the largest worldwide conference in the geophysical sciences, attracting more than 24,000 Earth and space scientists, educators, students, and other leaders. For 46 years, energised and passionate Earth and space scientists from around the world gather at the AGU Fall Meeting to connect with colleagues, broaden their knowledge base, and embrace the joy of science.

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24th Annual Meeting of the Geological Remote Sensing Group (GRSG)

09 - 11 December 2013

Organisation: Geological Remote Sensing Group (GRSG)

Location: Berlin, Germany

Registration opens: 15 May 2013

Abstract submission deadline: 15 July 2013

Conference Overview:

'Status and developments in geological remote sensing'

The 24th GRSG conference, organised by the GRSG in association with the DGPF, University of Halle-Wittenberg, BGR and DLR, will cover a broad range of remote sensing topics, presenting current status in remote sensing and future developments in the diverse fields and applications of geological remote sensing.

 

First call for papers

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7th International Workshop on Sand/Duststorms and Associated Dustfall

02 - 04 December 2013

Organisation: Italian National Agency for New Technologies, Energy, and Economic Sustainable Development (ENEA) / European Space Agency (ESA)

Location: Frascati, Italy

Registration deadline: 31 October 2013

Abstract submission deadline: 15 September 2013

Workshop Overview:

Research on dust properties and impact is progressing fast due to the realisation of several field campaigns, laboratory experiments, development of remote sensing techniques and modelling.

The main scientific objectives of the conference are to obtain an update of current knowledge and research programs on dust and its impacts, to disseminate recent results, to facilitate information exchange, especially with young scientists as well as to identify current research priorities with a special focus on satellite remote sensing.

One of the major objectives is to bring together scientists working on dust worldwide, exchange information on hot research topics, present and discuss recent understanding on the links and feedbacks between desert dust and radiation, clouds, water budget, human health, and biological systems, promote international collaborative efforts between research groups, Institutions, and Agencies.

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Sentinel-3 Validation Team 1st Meeting

26 - 29 November 2013

Organisation: European Space Agency (ESA) / EUMETSAT

Location: Frascati, Italy

Meeting Overview:

The Sentinel-3A satellite is due for launch at the end of 2014. Validation preparation activities start in Phase C/D of the Mission and will last until Launch. As part of this process a Sentinel-3 Validation Team (S3VT) has been convened by ESA and EUMETSAT to assist in the scientific validation of mission products and services. The aim of the S3VT is:

"To engage world-class expertise and activities, through mutual benefit collaboration, that support the implementation of the Sentinel-3 validation activities and ensure the best possible outcomes for the Sentinel-3 mission."

The objective of the S3VT is:

"To provide independent validation evidence, experimental data and recommendations to the S3 Mission."

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Air quality measurement - Methods and technology

19 - 21 November 2013

Organisation: Air and Waste Management Association

Location: Sacramento, California, United States of America

Final extended abstract deadline: 18 October 2013

Early registration deadline: 22 October 2013

Conference Overview:

Explore advances in measurement technology, data quality assurance, and data uses at the Air & Waste Management Association's Air Quality Measurement Methods and Technology event. The conference continues the A&WMA legacy of promoting current air quality measurement methods and data use.

Air quality issues related to greenhouse gas measurements, ambient monitoring, fugitive and area source air measurements, quality assurance, and data uses in order to improve models, emission inventories, and policy decisions will be addressed.

The conference provides a forum for current advances in measurement technology covering all aspects of air quality, including ambient air, indoor air, point sources, and area sources. Both laboratory and field studies are welcomed. Past participants include a full range of investigators from academe, industry, consultants, and government agencies. Concurrent sessions and vendor exhibits are planned.

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Storm Surge Networking Forum 2013

18 - 20 November 2013

Organisation: European Space Agency (ESA)

Location: Venice, Italy

Abstract submission deadline: 30 September 2013

Event Overview:

The ESA eSurge project invites you to the storm surge networking forum to be held at ISMAR, Venice from 18 to 20 November 2013. This will be an open forum to discuss the needs of the storm surge community and how satellite data can best be applied. The aim is to build links between data providers, modellers and end users. The event is open to anyone with an interest in applying satellite data to storm surge applications.

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ISPRS Conference - Serving Society with Geoinformatics

11 - 17 November 2013

Organisation: International Society for Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing (ISPRS)

Location: Antalya, Turkey

Conference Overview:

Geoinformatics is the synergy of data and systems from various disciplines brought together to provide information on the state of the Earth: Geographical Information System (GIS); computerised databases and applications; computer science; remote sensing; photogrammetry; graphical processing; cartography; statistics; etc. - it is describing the main interface between the real and the measured, or virtual, world. It combines geospatial analysis and modelling, the development of geospatial databases information systems design; visualisation (human-computer interaction), and communication (both wired and wireless networking technologies).

Today, many government and non-government agencies have started to use spatial data for managing their daily activities. Often, those concerned are not experts in Geoinformatics so there is a need to condense expert information into something usable by the end-user. To achieve this end, it is important that advances in the technology and new developments in the applications of Geoinformatics become a part of the information management and decision making process.

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1st COSPAR Symposium

11 - 15 November 2013

Organisation: COSPAR

Location: Bangkok, Thailand

Abstract submission deadline: 30 June 2013

Registration deadline: 31 October 2013

Symposium Overview:

This symposium is the first of a new series which aims to promote space and astronomical research at regional levels. The Symposium features plenary lectures, parallel, poster and training sessions. The sessions will be multi-disciplinary, ranging in a wide variety of topics from astronomy, Earth observation, planetology and astrobiology. The Symposium is open to scientists, young professionals and students world-wide.

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Satellite applications for multi-level irrigation management

31 October 2013

Organisation: Eurisy

Location: Badajoz, Spain

Conference Overview:

The Government of Extremadura, the University of Extremadura and the European association Eurisy, within the framework of the cross-border project RITECA "Red de investigación Transfronteriza de Extremadura, Centro y Alentejo", organise this conference as a platform for water managers to exchange know-how and experiences in the use of innovative technologies, notably satellite applications, to improve water cycle management, to monitor the irrigation infrastructure, to increase "crop per drop", to prevent floods on cultivated fields and to reduce the environmental impact of irrigation.

Operational good practices of use of satellite applications and innovative technologies will be showcased by representatives of public administrations or companies working on irrigation management, with the aim of informing other water managers of available solutions and of evaluating good practices' transferability.

Participants will have the opportunity to learn from water managers sharing their experiences, and will discuss with agriculture and applications experts about current and future opportunities in using innovation to improve efficiency of irrigation systems locally and cross-border.

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