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IGARSS 2010 : International Geoscience and Remote Sensing Symposium


Conference Series : International Geoscience and Remote Sensing Symposium
When Jul 25, 2010 - Jul 30, 2010
Where Honolulu, HI, USA
Submission Deadline Dec 11, 2009
Final Version Due May 7, 2010

Call For Papers

Remote Sensing: Global Vision for Local Action

On behalf of the IEEE Geoscience and Remote Sensing Society, the IGARSS 2010 Organizing Committee, and the remote sensing and earth science communities, we are pleased to welcome you to Honolulu for IGARSS 2010! IGARSS 2010 will mark the 30th anniversary for GRSS and IGARSS and continues the excellent tradition of gathering world-class scientists, engineers and educators engaged in the fields of geoscience and remote sensing to meet and present their latest activities. Truly an international event, we anticipate well over one thousand participants from all over the world to enjoy a week of technical sessions, tutorials, exhibits and social activities.

This is the second time that the event will be held in Honolulu and the first time any previous IGARSS venue has been revisited. A decade has passed since the 20th IGARSS meeting was held in Honolulu and the size and scope of the meeting continues to grow and respond to our rapidly developing fields of interest. IGARSS 2010 will be an exciting celebration of the 30th anniversary and emphasize the emerging field of community remote sensing as part of the conference theme: Global Vision for Local Action. The rapid emergence of ‘citizen science’ and social networks is a promising new means for augmenting the foundation of knowledge from government sponsored satellites and observing systems. To highlight the importance of these new tools, the emerging field of “community remote sensing” will be spotlighted in a year-long series of projects leading up to the symposium plenary session. More information on these projects, and on technical sessions related to the theme, is available on the IGARSS 2010 website.

Participation in IGARSS is open to all individuals interested in or working in the fields of geoscience and remote sensing. Abstracts must be received by the deadline will be considered for program placement under the standard peer review process. Late abstracts cannot be accepted due to the large number of submissions and short review schedule. The IEEE IGARSS 2010 Technical Program Committee will organize all accepted abstracts into either oral or interactive poster sessions based upon their potential contribution to the symposium and the composition of high-quality sessions. Session Co-chairs will be appointed as early as possible to help TPC setting the highest quality for oral and interactive sessions.

Only accepted papers that are registered and presented at the symposium in Honolulu will be published in the symposium proceedings and be assigned to the IEEE GRSS publication reference. Electronic media containing all accepted IGARSS 2010 abstracts will be distributed to registered attendees at the registration desk.
Abstract Submission Instructions

* Log in to to submit abstracts (only online submissions will be accepted for review).
* Instructions on selecting topics for submissions will be included on the website.
* Abstract deadline is December 11, 2009 for both contributed and invited submissions.
* All abstracts must be written in English.
* The minimum page limit for all abstracts is two single sided pages. The maximum page limit is 4 pages. Use Times New Roman font, 11 or 12 point, 1.5 line spacing. Please note this is a change from previous years.
* Abstracts should state clearly and concisely the problem, methodology used and central conclusions, and may include figures and graphs.
* Abstracts must include a bibliography to help reviewers place the contributions of the work into context. Please note this is a change in policy from previous years.
* A maximum of two abstracts may be submitted by each presenting author, including both general and invited sessions. Please note this is a change in policy from previous years.
* Every author is responsible for checking the status of their abstract by visiting the symposium website, after March 26, 2010. Acceptance letters will be sent via email only, and the results posted on the website.
* Authors of accepted papers will have an opportunity to revise their abstracts for inclusion on the electronic media until May 7, 2010.
* The electronic system will enable full proceedings papers to be accepted until July 2, 2010.

Important Dates

Invited Session Proposal Deadline September 14, 2009
Invited Session Notification November 9, 2009
Abstract Submission System On-line November 13, 2009
Tutorial Proposal Deadline November 30, 2009
Abstract Submission Deadline December 11, 2009
Travel Support Application Deadline December 11, 2009
Student Paper Competition Deadline December 11, 2009
Tutorial Notification February 28, 2010
Abstract Status Available On-line March 26, 2010
Registration Opens March 26, 2010
Deadline for Revisions to Accepted Abstracts May 7, 2010
Publishing Author Registration Deadline May 7, 2010
Early Registration Deadline June 4, 2010
Hotel Reservation Deadline July 2, 2010
Online Registration Deadline July 9, 2010
Full Paper Submission Deadline July 9, 2010
IGARSS 2010 Conference July 25-30, 2010

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