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The ASPRS 2011 Annual Conference “Ride On The Geospatial Revolution” will be held May 1-5. If you have not presented a technical paper in the past. natural disaster assessment. The following topics are suggested. you will find this a very beneficial experience.. analysis and application of geospatial data and information. 2011 at the Frontier Airlines Center in Milwaukee. as well as poster presentation. are highly encouraged and will be featured throughout the conference. Special Topics l l l l Data Processing and Analytics l l l l l l Applications l l l Radar Mapping for Wetlands Remote Sensing in Natural Disasters Pattern Recognition in Remote Sensing Remote Sensing Response to the Deep Water Horizon Spill Event Sensors l l l l l l l l l l l l Digital Frame Camera Airborne Lidar Terrestrial Lidar Airborne Thermal and Radar Spaceborne Thermal and Radar Multi/hyper spectral Imagery High-Resolution Satellite Imagery Push-broom Unmanned and Autonomous Aerial Vehicles Video l l l l l l Data Compression Image Matching Feature Extraction Object-Based Image Analysis Image Understanding Image Enhancement Multiple-Sensor Data Fusion Automated Aerotriangulation / Sensor Orientation Shadows. methods and main findings of their work to a large participating audience. environmental science. Wisconsin. The author(s) of the poster will then welcome interested participants by the display board for further discussions and interactions after all posters have been presented. We aim to have the poster presentations “come alive” by organizing them in a highly interactive manner. Topical areas are expected to range from geographic information systems. we welcome previous attendees and presenters to join us once again to share in the multiple values of interactive information exchange within a broadly-based and informed audience. land planning. In fact. and Response Emergency Management Infrastructure Lifecycle Extraterrestrial Mapping Land Cover/Land Use Archeology Agriculture Change Detection Urban Mapping Homeland Security Forensics Transportation Global Studies Hydrology and Water Quality Monitoring Invasive Species Forestry and Vegetation Mapping Wetlands and Wildlife Geology Education . geoscience. management. many individuals and organizations have indicated that giving a presentation at an ASPRS Annual Conference has in some way changed their professional lives and the way they go about their geospatial business. Oral presentation. social science and business. engineering. significance. We not only encourage your participation as a new attendee or presenter. cartography. remote sensing. Clouds. global positioning. Each poster presenter will have up to 2-3 minutes to present the topic. Please determine which topic area is most appropriate for your presentation. Assessment. bioscience. We encourage submissions dealing with virtually any aspect of the collection. and Occlusions Accuracy / Error Assessment Surface Model and Orthophoto Generation Visualization and Animation / Multi-Dimensional Environments Geo-cloud computing Open Source Programming l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l Images courtesy of Intermap Technologies l Web Services Mobile mapping Natural Disaster Preparedness. computer science. A panel of evaluators from the Conference will evaluate all posters and determine the recipients of Best Poster Awards. natural resource management. to photogrammetry.
they will be eligible for the above-mentioned rebate at the conference conclusion as noted above. the substitute must register at the appropriate Full Registration Rate within the 60 days after notification of acceptance. only one instructor will be the point of contact for the workshop. rburtch@charter. Student or Presenter Daily rates. May 2. Workshops should be impartial and cover a wide range of commercial sources even if a specific commercial vendor employs the instructor. These workshops are intended to be educational and not for promoting vendor software or hardware.net. . names of instructors l Instructor(s) vitae l Whether this is an established or a newly developed workshop and whether the instructor(s) have given this workshop in the past l If it is an established workshop.edu for instruction. otherwise you will miss important information regarding the conference. provide a copy of the most current workbook/materials All workshop proposals will be considered for this meeting and the ASPRS Workshop Coordinator will notify those selected for inclusion in the Workshop Program. Also. 2011. please make sure to let us know. There are no rebates paid to those registering at the Exhibitor. the intended audience of the workshop including whether it is introductory. Anyone wishing to propose a workshop for consideration should contact ASPRS Workshop Coordinator Bob Burtch at (231) 591-2634. if your email address changes at any time. Workshops can be taught as either half-day (4 hour) or full-day (8 hour) courses. Please make certain that these emails are not stopped by your spam blocker or other email screening mechanism. 2010: l Workshop title l 500-word abstract describing the length of the workshop (half or full-day). Presenters who present a technical paper(s) and/or poster(s) at the conference will receive a rebate reflecting the difference between the Full Registration Rate and the appropriate Presenter Registration Rate ($115 rebate for Members. ASPRS reserves the right to cancel any workshop that does not have sufficient enrollment 30 days prior to the start date. Anyone wishing to propose a workshop for presentation (this would be the person who would be the instructor) must provide the following information to the ASPRS Workshop Coordinator by September 1. or advanced material. The original applicant will not be eligible for the rebate. minimizing subject overlap and maximizing the quality of the overall Workshop Program. If there is more than one instructor. intermediate. Workshops may not have more than two paid instructors. the Workshop Coordinator will recruit additional workshops to complete a well-balanced program. If the substitute attends the conference and gives the presentation. the goals/ objectives and content of the workshop. If the original applicant who received the notice of acceptance appoints someone else to present their work. In addition to considering new proposals. No rebates will be issued to any presenter or moderator who cancels their registration. Rebates will be issued within 30 business days after the conference. Image courtesy of NASA Visible Earth SeaWiFS Conference Registration Requirements All technical paper and poster presenters and session moderators are required to register at the appropriate registration rate within 60 days of the e-mail notification of their presentation acceptance. or burtchr@ferris. Rebates are issued only to eligible presenters who complete the Speaker Rebate Form and submit it by the deadline stated on the form.Workshop Proposals ASPRS will sponsor workshops on Sunday. May 1 and Monday. IMPORTANT The Technical Program Chairs and ASPRS staff will be communicating with you by email on a frequent basis. Presenters who do not register within the above noted time limit will be dropped from the program and all listings will be removed from the Preliminary Program and Conference Proceedings. $95 rebate for Non-members). and.
phone. 2010 Notice of Acceptance October 1. Proceedings submissions are not required to make an oral or poster presentation at the conference. www. Upon notification of acceptance. should contact the Technical Program Chairs listed in this announcement.org/milwaukee2011. Authors who have not received a communication regarding their submission by October 15. 2010 You will be asked to include: Topic or category from web site list l Preference for oral or poster presentation l Paper Title l Abstract not to exceed 300 words in length l 3 to 5 key words l Author(s) name(s) and Affiliation(s) l Proposed presenter(s) names and contact information l Contact information. 2010. Complete details will be included in the Notification of Acceptance. consisting of three or four oral presentations. Images courtesy of Intermap Technologies .asprs.com Workshop Proposals Due September 1. abstracts and required information may be mailed to: l Paper Deadline (for inclusion in Proceedings) February 21. and strict adherence to submission deadlines is requested. each of which will be 15–20 minutes in length. Concurrent sessions will be 75 minutes in duration. If electronic submission using the web site is not possible. Authors will be asked to select a category for their paper according to the categories and topic areas listed on the web site. Frank Scarpace 6409 Appalachian Way Madison. 2010 by the Technical Program Chairs of this conference. Abstracts are due September 1. Notices of acceptance will be sent by e-mail on or about October 1. Abstracts also should include 3–5 keywords and contact information for the corresponding author. Papers accepted for oral presentation will be assigned to a concurrent session based on topic. 2010 Speaker Registration Date December 1. 2011 Dr. 2010. 2010. If electronic submission using the web site is not possible. 2010 Submission of Abstracts Abstracts should be submitted electronically using the form available at the conference web site. The final decision on acceptances of presentations in the program and inclusion of topics will depend on response to this Call and space availability.Important Dates Abstracts Due September 1. fax and e-mail for corresponding author. Abstracts may not exceed 300 words in length. verifying their intent to attend and make a presentation at the conference. authors will be expected to acknowledge receipt of the acceptance letter by email. a full presentation must be submitted electronically no later than February 21. WI 53705 Selection Criteria All submissions will be reviewed for content and appropriateness by the conference committee. 2011. Conference Registration and Deadlines Presenters must complete a registration form and include the appropriate presenter registration fee no later than December 1. and they will be asked to state a preference for oral or poster presentation. Presenters who intend to submit a paper for the final Conference Proceedings must do so by February 21. abstracts and required information may be mailed to Technical Program Chair Frank Scarpace at fscarpace@ orthomapper. 2011. Inclusion of Presentation in Proceedings If a presenter wishes to have their work included in the proceedings. including mailing address.
Save the date today for the 2011 Annual Conference. The Conference Social Event is set for the Milwaukee Public Museum. All conference events will be taking place at the Hyatt Regency Milwaukee Hotel in the city center. Cover imagery: Large Cover Image courtesy of Aero-Metric. the theatre district and adjacent to the Frontier Airlines Center. The City of Milwaukee is a surprising hidden jewel of the upper Midwest with a wonderful mix of business and pleasure and a perfect destination for our conference! Home to diverse traditions. but you will also make new friends and renew acquaintances. and cultures.Image courtesy of Aero-Metric. Milwaukee also contains many new city attractions.org/ milwaukee2011. the House of Harley-Davidson. Inc. Inc. heritages. 2011. Discovery World. close to shopping. to learn the latest technological advancements in our profession. Small Top Right Image courtesy of NASA Modis Small Top Right Center Image Courtesy of Pictometry Small Top Right Bottom Image Courtesy of NASA SeaWiFS Courtesy of the Greater Milwaukee Convention and Visitors Bureau Courtesy of the Greater Milwaukee Convention and Visitors Bureau . May 1-5. and share your experiences. Don’t miss the Milwaukee Art Museum. More details can be found at www. Not only is this conference a great opportunity for learning. or the Miller Brewing Factory Tour.asprs. one of the premier natural history and science centers. see the most advanced equipment in the extensive Exhibit Hall.
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