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ISPRS e-Bulletin: January 2013

ISPRS e-Bulletin
Issue No 1 - 2013



New Editorial Team for the
ISPRS Journal of Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing

ISPRS Journal of Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing


At the beginning of 2013 Derek Lichti, University of Calgary, has taken over as editor-in-chief of the ISPRS Journal of Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing, from George Vosselman, University of Twente. George has stepped down after some 10 years of yery successful word which earned the journal a top position in the worldwide ranking of journals in our discipline. For his accomplishments George was awarded the Schwideswsky Medal to the 2012 ISPRS Congress.

During the last few months Derek has successfully recruited new associate editors. The new team (see also is comprised of

  • Daniel L. Civco,
    University of Connecticut, U.S.A.
  • Eberhard Gülch,
    University of Applied Sciences Stuttgart, Germany
  • Olaf Hellwich,
    Technical University Berlin, Germany
  • Sanna Kaasalainen,
    Finnish Geodetic Institute, Finland
  • Lalit Kumar,
    University of New England, Australia
  • Konrad Schindler,
    ETH Zürich, Switzerland
  • Qihao Weng,
    Indiana State University, U.S.A.
  • Onisimo Mutanga,
    University of KwaZulu Natal, South Africa
  • Conghe Song,
    University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, U.S.A.
  • Jay Gao,
    of Auckland, New Zealand
  • Uwe Sörgel,
    Universität Hannover, Germany
  • Hans-Gerd Maas,
    University of Technology, Germany

We thank them all for their willingness and enthusiasm to further develop the journal and wish them lots of success and satisfaction in the job.

ISPRS Supports Conference on Earth Observation for Global Change

ISPRS is proud to be part of the Fourth International Conference on Earth Observation for Global Changes as part of the 2013 Annual Conference of Canadian Institute of Geomatics. (CIG) to be held at Ryerson University, Toronto on June 5-7, 2013.

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ISPRS Supports Several EARSeL Events

8th EARSeL Imaging Spectroscopy Workshop
8-10 Apr 2013
Nantes, France
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33rd EARSeL Symposium
Towards Horizon 2020: Earth Observation and Social Perspectives
3-6 June 2013
Matera, Italy
» See website

9th EARSeL Forest Fires Special Interest Group Workshop on
Quantifying the environmental impact of forest fires
15 -17 Oct 2013
Coombe Abbey, Warwickshire, UK
» See website

ISPRS Supports two International Geospatial Meetings

ISPRS is one of the official supporters of the Milsatcom Middle East Summit which is co-located with Global Space and Satellite Forum taking place from 7-8 May 2013 in Abu Dhabi, UAE.

ISPRS will receive a 10% discount to attend.

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email to register and quote "SO-ISPRS" to avail the offer.

New Visualizer for Mexican Digital Map

New Visualizer for Mexican Digital Map

The National Institute of Statistics and Geography (INEGI) of Mexico, has developed the Digital Map of Mexico 5.0 Visualizer, which allow all sectors of the society the use, analysis, interpretation and integration of the national statistical and geographical information, leveraging open code robust modules and new technologies, developing components for better functionality by applying best practices, allowing its evolution in accordance with institutional goals in order to establish a platform for consultation of the geographic and statistical information, see for more information.

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Lena Halounova

Dear ISPRS members,
It was Sunday morning, seven weeks after the end of the XXII ISPRS Congress in Melbourne and I opened my computer to write this invitation for the future one. The past congress brought the 21st century tools to a 102 year-old lady - ISPRS. APPS replaced paper posters, a film replaced a textile ISPRS flag and everything in town having a museum dedicated to immigrants to this continent was in an early spring coat, unlike most of the other congresses. The first trees came out to blossom during those eight days. The General Assembly decided that the next congress will take place in my town - in Prague. I was born there and I know very well where I am inviting you all. It was a capital of the Czech lands (Bohemia, Moravia and Silesia) since their existence under various names - Czech Kingdom, Habsburg Monarchy, Czechoslovakia, and Czech Republic. The city is cut into two parts by the Vltava River, an effluent of the Elbe River and an inspiration of one symphonic poem of Bedrich Smetana’s cycle, My Fatherland. Our predecessors found the valley good for life on both sides of the river and occupied the valley and continued to its surrounding hills.

Prague is a picturesque town with 1,2 million inhabitants living in the area of nearly 500 sq. km. Prague’s history has been developing for eleven centuries. Its foundation is not officially documented. There is only one legend describing its foundation as a prophecy of the best known Czech legendary princess. Her words in the legend “I can see a great town whose glory will touch the stars” belong to a well known historical sentence of people in my country.


The historical centre, including Prague Castle are on the UNESCO list. The town is connected with music by Mozart, who loved Prague and its inhabitants loved him, by Antonín Dvorák, by the Czech Philharmonic Orchestra.... Prague is a collection of art and architecture. It is difficult to say and write which architectural style can be found the most often here; probably baroque with many churches, however, also with statutes on Karluv most (Charles Bridge).

Charles Bridge

As A list of famous people living in Prague starts for us by Charles IV, son of Jan Lucemburský. Many times is his name used as a thank you from our nation to this king who brought wine from France, founded the first university in Central Europe, built the above mentioned bridge, etc. Being married four times in his life he made our kingdom the largest in its history spreading from the Baltic Sea to the Adriatic Sea - each wife enlarged the kingdom by her territory.

As far as talking about famous people in Prague, we cannot omit Franz Kafka, a writer in the first half of the 20th century, Miloš Forman, a film director, and Václav Havel, a writer and the first president of the Czech Republic.

However, it is not necessary to be famous, it is necessary to want to come and confirm my words and feelings about my city and my country; the latter was described by a Czech contemporary writer in a film very popular here: ‘It is not a country, it is a small garden’.

Lena Halounova
ISPRS Congress Director



VCM 2013      

VCM 2013
The ISPRS Workshop on 3D Virtual City Modeling

In conjunction with 10th Conference on Computer and Robot Vision (CRV 2013)
May 28 (VCM), 2013 & May 28-31, 2013 (CRV)
Regina, Saskatchewan, CANADA

The ISPRS WGIII/4 committee cordially invite you to submit and present your latest research work at the ISPRS International Workshop on Virtual City Modeling (VCM) 2013 at the University of Regina, Regina, Canada. This is the first Call for Papers for the VCM 2013. The VCM 2013 will be held in conjunction with the 10th Conference on Computer and Robotics (CRV) 2013 on May 28-31, 2013.

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The Fourth International Conference on Earth Observation for Global Changes and 2013 Annual Conference of Canadian Institute of Geomatics (CIG)
Call for Papers

June 5-7, 2013
Ryerson University, Toronto, Ontario, Canada

Global change is one of most important and active research topics worldwide. Earth observations science and technology has proved to be a very powerful means to study global changes. The Fourth International Conference on Earth Observation for Global Changes (EOGC 2013) is designed to advance research and development as well as encourage innovative applications of geomatics technologies in global change studies and to specifically address the international aspects of the coupled social, land and climate systems in global change studies using advanced geospatial tools, spatiotemporal models, and earth observation systems. The conference offers an interdisciplinary forum in the fields of remote sensing and photogrammetry, surveying and mapping, geodesy and geosciences, geography, marine science, forestry, renewable energy, environment, transportation, disaster management, and climate change science.

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8th ISDE      

8th International Symposium on Digital Earth
August 26-29, 2013
Kuching Sarawak, Malaysia

The 8th ISDE will be held from 26 - 29 August 2013 at the Borneo Convention Centre Kuching Sarawak, Malaysia. Abstracts are now being accepted, as well as Exhibition & Sponsorships

» See website for more information


9th EARSel Forest Fire Special Interest Group Workshop on
Quantifying the Environmental Impact of Forest Fires
1st Announcement and Call for Papers

October 15-17, 2013
Coombe Abbey, Warwickshire, UK

Dear colleagues,
I am delighted to announce the 1st call for papers for the 9th International Workshop of the EARSeL Special Interest Group (SIG) on Forest Fires that will take place in Coombe Abbey, Warwickshire on 15-17 October 2013. The workshop is organised by the University of Leicester with support from the Laboratory of Forest Management and Remote Sensing, Faculty of Forestry and Natural Environment, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki. The Leicester hosted workshop is the latest in a series of technical meetings organised by the EARSeL SIG on Forest Fires after its foundation in 1995. Previous meetings were held in Alcalá de Henares (1995), Luso (1998), Paris (2001), Ghent (2003), Zaragoza (2005), Thessaloniki (2007), Matera (2009), and Stresa (2011) and resulted in outstanding progress made in forest fire research.
For more information, including the topics to be covered by the workshop, please see the attached document and visit the workshop web site:
The deadline for abstract submission is 1 March 2013.
Please do not hesitate to contact me for further information.
With best wishes, Kevin
(Dr. Kevin Tansey)

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Antarctica Remote Sensing for Global Change Monitoring
Call for Abstracts

April 21, 2013
Beijing, P.R. China

Antarctica region is a crucial area for the climate change study on the whole Earth. Remote Sensing technology is one of the most important methodologies for data collection and change monitoring in this area. Modeling and application oriented contributions, investigations on the use of existing and new sensors, and experiences about data integration and cross-validation with both spaceborne and ground-based sensors (e.g. GNSS, ice penetrating radar) will be discussed in the workshop.

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ISPRS WG IV/2 Novosibirsk Workshop 2013
Global Geospatial Information
Announcement and Call for Papers

April 25, 2013
Novosibirsk, Russian Federation

The eventful days during the ISPRS Congress in Melbourne are over, and the workshop season In Europe and elsewhere is almost concluded, so that it is time to get back to serious business.
ISPRS Council has offered in November 2011 to the new initiative of the United Nations Global Geospatial Information Management (UNGGIM) of the Statistics Division of the U.N. Secretariat in New York to cooperate in a joint project to determine the current status of topographic mapping and data base updating in the world. This was welcomed by Dr. Paul Cheung, Director of the U.N. Statistics Office. The effort was long overdue. It is a continuation of the efforts of the U.N. Secretariat of the 1960´s to the 1980´s. Despite of several U.N. resolutions the project was never continued due to lack of funding. In a discussion between ISPRS President Chen Jun and Prof. Gottfried Konecny in Guilin in October 2011 this idea was arisen again.

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Awards - Melbourne 2012

This is the third part describing the prestigious awards presented at the 2012 ISPRS Congress in Melbourne. Some of awards presented to members of the scientific community were already mentioned in the previous two issues of the eBulletins.

Kohei Cho      

Kohei Cho,
a Professor of the Department of Network and Computer Engineering of Tokai University, Japan, was awarded the Samuel Gamble Award for his significant contributions to the development, organization or professional activities of remote sensing, especially in Asia.

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Wenzhong Shi      

Wenzhong Shi
The Wang Zhizuo Award, granted to a person who has made significant achievement or innovation in the spatial information sciences, went to Wenzhong Shi

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Yun Zhang      

Yun Zhang,
Prof. and Canada Research Chair in Advanced Geomatics Image Processing at the University of New Brunswik in Canada, won the Giuseppe Inghilleri Award, for having significantly enhanced the applications of photogrammetry, remote sensing or spatial information sciences in the 4 years preceding the Congress.

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George Sithole      

George Sithole
The recipient of the Eduard Doležal Award to assist individuals or representatives of institutions from developing or reform countries to participate in the ISPRS Congress, was George Sithole. Dr. Sithole is a senior lecturer of photogrammetry at the Geomatics Department of the University of Cape Town, South Africa.

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is the name of a software contest on computer assisted teaching. The main objective of the contest is to promote the development and dissemination of effective and user-friendly teaching software. The years awardees are
Gold: M.P. Imhof, M.T. Cox, D.W. Harvey, G.E. Heemskerk, and C.J. Pettit, Australia
Silver: D. Gonzalez-Aguilera, D. Guerrero, D. Hernandez-Lopez, P. Rodriguez- Gonzalvez, M. Pierrot and J. Fernandez-Hernandez, Spain
Bronze: R.A. Aguiar, J.L.N.S. Brito, I.S. Badolato, O. Bernardo Filho, L.C.T. Coelho Filho, P.A.B. Pupin, P.F. Reolon, J. Ribeiro, J.A. Ribeiro, F.J.C. Silveira, M.T. Silveira, Brazil


The President's Honorary Citation

is a certificate of recognition presented by the President of ISPRS to to recognize special, personal and meritorious contributions to the operation of the relevant Technical Commission's. The winners of the President's citation were:
Commission I: Ayman Habib, University of Calgary,
Commission II: Cheng Tao, University College London,
Commission III: Franz Rottensteiner, Leibniz Universität of Hannover,
Commission IV: Jie Jiang, National Geomatics Center of China,
Commission V: Fabio Remondino, FBK Trento,
Commission VI: Manos Baltsavias, ETH Zürich,
Commission VII: Uwe Sörgel, Leibniz Universität Hannover,
Commission VIII: Amelia Budge, University of New Mexico.


Young Author’s awards

The winners of the Young Author’s awards were:
Janja Avbelj, Germany
Shun Hirose, Japan
Xiaoliang Meng, China
Maryam Mohammadi, Germany
Gay Jane P Perez, Philippines
Rongfu Tang, Germany


In Memoriam

Ákos Detreköi      

Ákos Detreköi 1939 - 2012

Late last year the sad news reached ISPRS, that Prof. Dr.-Ing., Dr. sc. techn. Ákos Detreköi, a prominent Hungarian photogrammetrist, had passed away on December 18, 2012.

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Enrico Clerici      

Enrico Clerici 1939 - 2012

Dr.-Ing. Enrico Clerici (73) passed away on October 26, 2012 in his new home in Rivergaro / Italy after a long and serious illness.

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Karl Rinner      

Karl Rinner´s 100th Birthday – Memorial Colloquium at the Technical University of Graz, Austria
Report by Gottfried Konecny, Leibniz University Hannover, Germany

Karl Rinner, born on October 4, 1912 in Gratkorn, near Graz would have been 100 years old this year. He dies at the age of 78. But the traces he left during his lifetime can still be felt in the present generations. This is the reason why the Austrian Geodetic Commission, the Austrian Society for Surveying and Geoinformation and the Technical University of Graz organized a Memorial Colloquium on October 27, 2012 on the occasion of Karl Rinner´s 100th anniversary of birth. About 80 participants had come from Graz, Vienna and the neighbouring countries of Austria for the event. The moderation was done by Vice Rector Bernhard Hofmann-Wellenhof of TU Graz. 4 daughters of Karl Rinner were also present.

Karl Rinner was an important photogrammetrist, but he was also considered a leading scientist in other disciplines such as satellite geodesy and engineering surveys. In Austria he is still sometimes called “a Universal Geodesist”.

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ISPRS Journal of Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing

ISPRS Journal of Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing      

New publications in the ISPRS Journal of Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing Volume 74 (November 2012)

Constructing satellite-derived hyperspectral indices sensitive to canopy structure variables of a Cordilleran Cypress (Austrocedrus chilensis) forest
Marco A. Peña, Alexander Brenning, Ariel Sagredo
Pages 1-10
Keywords: Hyperspectral imaging; Spectral indices; Austrocedrus chilensis; Forest canopy structure; False discovery rate; Multiple comparison problem

Estimation of vertical plant area density profiles in a rice canopy at different growth stages by high-resolution portable scanning lidar with a lightweight mirror
Fumiki Hosoi, Kenji Omasa
Pages 11-19
Keywords: Laser beam coverage index; Plant area density; Portable scanning lidar; Rice; Three-dimensional imaging; Voxel-based canopy profiling

Mapping tropical forests and rubber plantations in complex landscapes by integrating PALSAR and MODIS imagery
Jinwei Dong, Xiangming Xiao, Sage Sheldon, Chandrashekhar Biradar, Guishui Xie
Pages 20-33
Keywords: PALSAR; MODIS; Evergreen forest; Deciduous forest; Rubber plantation; Hainan

Mapping evergreen forests in the Brazilian Amazon using MODIS and PALSAR 500-m mosaic imagery
Sage Sheldon, Xiangming Xiao, Chandrashekhar Biradar
Pages 34-40
Keywords: PALSAR/ALOS; MODIS; Radar; SAR; Amazonia; Brazil

Quantification of crown changes and change uncertainty of trees in an urban environment
Juan P. Ardila, Wietske Bijker, Valentyn A. Tolpekin, Alfred Stein
Pages 41-55
Keywords: Change detection; Fuzzy change; Object change detection; Tree crown detection; Urban trees

The spectral response of Buxus sempervirens to different types of environmental stress - A laboratory experiment
Steven M. de Jong, Elisabeth A. Addink, Priscilla Hoogenboom, Wiebe Nijland
Pages 56-65
Keywords: Plant stress experiments; Spectral plant stress indices; Imaging spectroscopy; Mediterranean; Peyne area

A symmetry detector for map generalization and urban-space analysis
Jan-Henrik Haunert
Pages 66-77
Keywords: GIS; Geometry; Algorithms; Generalization; Urban; Building

Forest variable estimation using a high-resolution digital surface model
J. Järnstedt, A. Pekkarinen, S. Tuominen, C. Ginzler, M. Holopainen, R. Viitala
Pages 78-84
Keywords: Photogrammetric surface model; Canopy height model; Airborne laser scanning; Forest inventory

A simple method to recover the latency time of tactical grade IMU systems
Nicolas Seube, Alan Picard, Mathieu Rondeau
Pages 85-89
Keywords: LiDAR; Inertial measurement unit; Time-tagging; Latency; Calibration

Automated planimetric quality control in high accuracy airborne laser scanning surveys
George Vosselman
Pages 90-100
Keywords: Laser scanning; Mapping; Quality analysis; Point cloud; Feature extraction

Range camera self-calibration with scattering compensation
Derek D. Lichti, Xiaojuan Qi, Tanvir Ahmed
Pages 101-109
Keywords: Range camera; Geometric self-calibration; Error modelling; Scattering compensation

LiDAR-Landsat data fusion for large-area assessment of urban land cover Balancing spatial resolution, data volume and mapping accuracy
Kunwar K. Singh, John B. Vogler, Douglas A. Shoemaker, Ross K. Meentemeyer
Pages 110-121
Keywords: LiDAR; Landsat; Fusion; Land cover; Large-area assessment; Mapping accuracy; Managed clearings

Combined rigorous-generic direct orthorectification procedure for IRS-p6 sensors
Meisam Yousefzadeh, Barat Mojaradi
Pages 122-132
Keywords: Direct georeferencing; Orthoimage; Pushbroom; Ancillary data; DEM; Google Earth

Matching of straight line segments from aerial stereo images of urban areas
Ali Ozgun Ok, Jan Dirk Wegner, Christian Heipke, Franz Rottensteiner, Uwe Soergel, Vedat Toprak
Pages 133-152
Keywords: Image matching; Line segment matching; Stereo images; Aerial imagery; Urban areas

Temporal characteristics of thermal satellite images for urban heat stress and heat island mapping
Janet E. Nichol, Pui Hang To
Pages 153-162
Keywords: Thermal; Satellite; Urban; Climate

Hyperspectral shape-based unmixing to improve intra- and interclass variability for forest and agro-ecosystem monitoring
Laurent Tits, Wanda De Keersmaecker, Ben Somers, Gregory P. Asner, Jamshid Farifteh, Pol Coppin
Pages 163-174
Keywords: Hyperspectral; Spectral unmixing; Shape-based metrics; Agriculture; Forestry; Virtual reality

Assessment of hyperspectral MIVIS sensor capability for heterogeneous landscape classification
Giovanni Forzieri, Gabriele Moser, Filippo Catani
Pages 175-184
Keywords: Hyperspectral; MIVIS; Classification; Feature reduction; Complex land covers/uses

Conventional and fuzzy comparisons of large scale land cover products: Application to CORINE, GLC2000, MODIS and GlobCover in Europe
A. Pérez-Hoyos, F.J. García-Haro, J. San-Miguel-Ayanz
Pages 185-201
Keywords: GlobCover; Fuzzy comparison; LCCS; CORINE; GLC2000; MODISLC

Estimating the fundamental matrix under pure translation and radial distortion
Carsten Steger
Pages 202-217
Keywords: Uncalibrated stereo; Fundamental matrix; Radial distortion; Division model; Minimal solver; Overdetermined solver


New publications in the ISPRS Journal of Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing Volume 75 (January 2013)

Joint estimation of moving target reflectivity and velocity via AT-InSAR systems based on complex interferometric data
Alessandra Budillon, Vito Pascazio, Gilda Schirinzi
Pages 1-10
Keywords: Synthetic aperture radar; Along-track interferometry; Velocity estimation

A review of EO image information mining
Marco Quartulli, Igor G. Olaizola
Pages 11-28
Keywords: Remote sensing; Databases; Content-based image retrieval; EO mining; Information retrieval

Mapping the distribution of ferric iron minerals on a vertical mine face using derivative analysis of hyperspectral imagery (430-970 nm)
Richard J. Murphy, Sildomar T. Monteiro
Pages 29-39
Keywords: Mining; Iron ore; Remote sensing; Hyperspectral; Derivative analysis; Banded iron formation

Combination of overlap-driven adjustment and Phong model for LiDAR intensity correction
Qiong Ding, Wu Chen, Bruce King, Yanxiong Liu, Guoxiang Liu
Pages 40-47
Keywords: Airborne laser scanning; Intensity; Least squares; Overlapping strips; Reflection

Super-resolution image analysis as a means of monitoring bracken (Pteridium aquilinum) distributions
Jennie Holland, Paul Aplin
Pages 48-63
Keywords: Bracken; Super-resolution; Classification; Monitoring; Vegetation; Scale

Individual tree biomass estimation using terrestrial laser scanning
Ville Kankare, Markus Holopainen, Mikko Vastaranta, Eetu Puttonen, Xiaowei Yu, Juha Hyyppä, Matti Vaaja, Hannu Hyyppä, Petteri Alho
Pages 64-75
Keywords: Terrestrial laser scanning; Aboveground biomass; Individual tree; Features; Stem volume; Stem curve

Perception-based shape retrieval for 3D building models
Man Zhang, Liqiang Zhang, P. Takis Mathiopoulos, Yusi Ding, Hao Wang
Pages 76-91
Keywords: 3D building model; Shape matching; Perception; Retrieval

Monitoring seasonal snow dynamics using ground based high resolution photography (Austre Lovénbreen, Svalbard, 79°N)
É. Bernard, J.M. Friedt, F. Tolle, M. Griselin, G. Martin, D. Laffly, C. Marlin
Pages 92-100
Keywords: Ground based camera; Snow cover dynamics; In situ sensing; Geometric correction; Digital camera; Svalbard; Glacier; High temporal resolution

Global seamline networks for orthomosaic generation via local search
Steven Mills, Philip McLeod
Pages 101-111
Keywords: Aerial mosaic generation; Image processing; Graph algorithms; Optimal path finding; Orthomosaic Generation; Seamline networks



New Events

25-26 Feb 2013
3D-ARCH 2013: 3D Virtual Reconstruction and Visualization of Complex Architectures
Trento, ITALY
11-12 Mar 2013
EduServ11 - Pre-Course Seminar for the 2013 Series of E-learning Courses from EuroSDR:
  - Open Standards & Open Source WebMapping
  - Radiometric performance of Digital Photogrammetric Cameras and Laser Scanners
  - High Density Image Matching
  - Integrated Use of Airborne Laser Scanning and Aerial Photogrammetry
Udine, Italy
8-10 Apr 2013
8th EARSeL Imaging Spectroscopy Workshop
Nantes, France
25 Apr 2013
ISPRS Workshop "Global Geospatial Information"
Novosibirsk, Russian Federation
7-8 May 2013
Global Space and Satellite Forum (GSSF) co-located with Milsatcom Middle East
Abu Dhabi, UAE
13-16 May 2013
SPIE Optical Metrology - Videometrics, Range Imaging and Applications XII
27 May 2013
International Forum on GNSS & LBS and the 8th China Satellite Navigation Operators
Shenzhen, CHINA
28-31 May 2013
VCM 2013
ISPRS International Workshop on 3D Virtual City Modeling
Regina, Saskatchewan, CANADA
30 May - 1 June 2013
8th International Symposium on Spatial Data Quality
Hong Kong
2-16 June 2013
EPOCHE IP - Excellence in Photogrammetry for Open Cultural Landscape & Heritage Education
Thasos Island, GREECE
3-6 June 2013
33rd EARSeL Symposium - Towards Horizon 2020: Earth Observation and Social Perspectives
Matera, ITALY
5-7 June 2013
Joint Conference:
the 2013 International Conference on Earth Observation for Global Changes (EOGC' 2013)
and the 2013 Canadian Institute of Geomatics Annual Conference
Toronto, CANADA
25-27 June 2013
MultiTemp 2013 - Our Dynamic Environment
Banff, Alberta, CANADA
2-5 July 2013
GI_Forum 2013 - Creating the GISociety
Salzburg, AUSTRIA
20-22 Aug 2013
ISIDF 2013, 3rd International Workshop on Image and Data Fusion
Antu, Jilin Province, CHINA
25-29 Aug 2013
Optical Engineering + Applications 2013 - Part of SPIE Optics + Photonics
San Diego, California, USA
26-29 Aug 2013
ISDE 2013 - 8th International Symposium on Digital Earth
23-26 Sep 2013
SPIE Remote Sensing 2013
Dresden, GERMANY
24-25 Sep 2013
ISG 2013 - International Symposium and Exhibition on Geoinformation
Kuala Lumpur, MALAYSIA
15-17 Oct 2013
9th EARSeL Forest Fires Special Interest Group Workshop on 'Quantifying the environmental impact of forest fires'
Coombe Abbey, Warwickshire, UK
23-25 Oct 2013
LARS 2013 - Latin American Remote Sensing Week
website not yet ready
Santiago de Chile, CHILE
26-29 Nov 2013
3D GeoInfo 2013 - 8th 3D GeoInfo Conference
WG II/2 Workshop on 'Advances in Multi-scale and multi-dimensional modeling and data representation'
Istanbul, TURKEY


Job Opportunities

30-Nov-2012 Post-doctoral position at MATIS laboratory: "Visual landmark detection and matching for image-based localization", French Mapping Agency (IGN) - France

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