Welcome to the ISPRS Student Consortium!

 

The International Society for Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing Student Consortium (ISPRS SC) is the official representation of the students and the youth to ISPRS.

The main purpose of the ISPRS SC is to link students, young researchers and professionals in different countries, who are interested in photogrammetry, remote sensing and spatial information sciences. ISPRS SC also aims to provide a platform for exchange of information and to organize student-specific events and other activities that integrate students and the youth more effectively into ISPRS activities.

 


 

The Team Behind the ISPRS SC

During the General Assembly in the XXIII ISPRS Congress held in Prague, Czech Republic last 17 July 2016, the new ISPRS SC board members for the term 2016-2020 were approved. 

The new board members are:

  • Chair: Sheryl Rose Reyes, Philippines
  • Co-Chair/Secretary: Jacky C.K. Chow, Canada
  • Newsletter Editor-in-Chief: Angelica Kristina Monzon, United Kingdom
  • Website Administrator: Angela Rodrigues, Germany
  • Social Media Coordinator: Mustafa Üstüner, Turkey
  • Board Member: Charles Jjuuko, Uganda

Click here to know more about the current ISPRS SC board members.

 


 

Upcoming Events

ISPRS Hannover Workshop
Geospatial Public Health
26th International CIPA Symposium
ISPRS Geospatial Week 2017

 


 

News

The ISPRS Geospatial Week 2017: A Meeting of Hundreds of Foreign Experts on Surveying and Mapping, and Remote Sensing in Wuhan, Hubei, China

The ISPRS Geospatial Week (ISPRS GSW), held every two years, is one of the world’s largest and most comprehensive technical conferences focused on Photogrammetry, Remote Sensing to Geospatial information. This year, ISPRS GSW 2017 will be held in Wuhan, and a huge number of specialists and experts from all over the world will come together to join this conference.

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ISPRS Innsbruck Summer School of Alpine Research 2017: Close Range Sensing Techniques in Alpine Terrain

Mountain regions around the world and the European Alps in particular are subject to many different dynamic processes. Examples are landslides and rockfall, avalanches and glacial retreat, changes in permafrost coverage and vegetation adaptation to climate change. Some of these processes may directly affect human lives, like landslides, while others may give a clear indication of the impact of predicted climate change. The ISPRS Innsbruck Summer School aims at bringing together two groups of young researchers: one that is notably interested in the processes, and one that is specialized in a scala of different close- and near-range monitoring techniques. 

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