1st Symposium of the Argentine Chapter of Geosciences and Remote Sensing Society
Due to their inherent complexity the Geosciences are difficult to define under the existing nomenclature. There are different academic and professional track the geoscientist undergoes, yet all of them gather and interpret data on the Earth and other planets. The profession includes atmospheric scientists, geologists, geochemists, geophysicists, hydrogeologists and hydrologists, meteorologists, oceanographers, paleontologists, petrologists, sedimentologists, seismologists, volcanologists, geographers, etc.
Our fields of interest are the theory, concepts, and techniques of science and engineering as they apply to the remote sensing of the earth, oceans, atmosphere, and space, as well as the processing, interpretation and dissemination of this information.
There is a profound interdisciplinary nature of the GRSS, our members come from both engineering and scientific disciplinary backgrounds. Those with engineering backgrounds often support geoscientific investigations with the design and development of hardware and data processing techniques. Conversely, discipline scientists find in GRSS a forum for the dissemination and evaluation of remote sensing related work in these areas. This fusion of geoscientific and engineering disciplines gives GRSS a unique interdisciplinary character and an exciting role in furthering remote sensing science and technology.
The symposium is one of the first activities promoted by the newly formed Argentine chapter of the IEEE-GRSS which is currently in a consolidation and expansion stage.
– Data Analysis Methods (Optical, Multispectral, hyper-spectral, SAR)
– Data Management and Education
– Terrestrial Applications (land, forests and vegetation, agriculture, urban environment, topography, geology and geomorphology, wetlands, epidemiology, health, etc.)
– Atmospheric Applications (rain, numerical weather prediction, aerosols and atmospheric chemistry, etc.)
– Oceanic Applications (ocean temperatures and salinity, Altimetry Ocean, biology and water quality, etc.)
– Missions, Sensors and Calibration (Satellite missions, SAR, Lidar, land systems, UAV and flying platforms, etc.)
– Big Data and Machine Learning in Geosciences
– Natural Disasters and Environmental Pollution.
Universidad Tecnológica Nacional (UTN-FRBA), Av. Medrano 951, Ciudad Autónoma de Buenos Aires,
Argentina – within the IEEE ARGENCON 2016
- Paper submittal: March 28th, 2016
- Acceptance Notification: May 2nd, 2016
- Deadline for corrected paper submittal: May 16th, 2016
- Symposium: June 16th, 2016
- Gaston Pezzuchi – firstname.lastname@example.org
- Marcelo Doallo – email@example.com
Scholarships will be considered for student members of the IEEE!