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.
ISPRS Technical Commission III WG III/2, 10 Joint Workshop
Recently, an increasing frequency of extreme climatic events has been observed. Hence there is concern that the impacts of global environmental change is increasing. It is reported that extreme weather such as strong typhoon, hurricanes, torrential rain, droughts and heat waves are taking places at various places in the world. These extreme weather caused by climate change are affecting to not only natural environment but also human environment. on this note, the ISPRS Technical Commission III WG III/2 is organisimg a workshop under the theme " Multidisciplinary Remote Sensing for Environmental Monitoring." The workshop will take place in the beautiful city of Kyoto, Japan from 12th-14th March, 2019 at the Kyoto University's Clock Tower Centennial Hall. Deadline of camera ready paper submission is 25th December, 2018.
The topics to be ahndled during the workshop include but not limited to:
Microwave Remote Sensing (WG III/2)
Agriculture and Natural Ecosystems Modelling and Monitoring (WG III/10)
Landuse and Landcover Monitoring
Civil Infrastructure Monitoring
For more information on how to register and other deadlines, visit the workshop website.
Call for Proposals – ISPRS Scientific Initiatives 2019
The ISPRS every year sponsors scientific and other initiatives as way of promoting itself and improve its status in the field of photogrammetry, remote sensing and spatial information sciences around the world. If you are a member of any of the working groups of ISPRS, in 2019 council has put up SFr. 60,000 to support different initiatives. Applications are called for those with ideas more so members of ISPRS SC that belong to any of the working groups in ISPRS. Deadline for sending in applications is 1st November 2018. Read more here..
New ISPRS SC Board Member - Kingsly Jeba Ashish From India
ISPRS SC and ISPRS thanks all those who applied for the post of board and urges you to continue participating in its activities. After a very rigorous process, Kingsly Jeba Ashish from India was selected to fill the post of board member of ISPRS SC.
Kingsly holds a B.Tech in computer science from the Sam Higginbottom University of Agriculture, Technology, and Sciences in Allahabad (India). He is currently a graduate student pursuing his M.Tech in Remote Sensing and GIS from the same university. He first got introduced to ISPRS SC at the ACRS 2017 conference held in New Delhi and the summer school in Dehrahdun, where he enjoyed the student activities and networking opportunities the ISPRS SC had to offer. He plans on using his passion for geospatial sciences to help promote the specialization and connect students with valuable resources. He will serve the ISPRS SC from 2018 to 2020.
Recently, an increasing frequency of extreme climatic events has been observed. Hence there is concern that the impacts of global environmental change is increasing. It is reported that extreme weather such as strong typhoon, hurricanes, torrential rain, droughts and heat waves are taking places at various places in the world. These extreme weather caused by climate change are affecting to not only natural environment but also human environment.
This summer school is a collaborative program among the ISPRS, ISPRS SC, Geoscience & Digital Earth Centre (INSTeG), Universiti Teknologi Malaysia that aims to build the capacities of students and young researchers in the field of remote sensing, photogrammetry and geospatial information sciences.
The ISPRS SC’s first webinar is an introduction to one of the many platforms available to the scientific community today – Google Earth Engine. Google Earth Engine is “a platform for petabyte-scale scientific analysis and visualization of geospatial datasets, both for public benefit and for business and government users.” It utilizes Google’s massive computational capabilities, giving developers, storytellers, scientists and explorers a bigger chance to understand this planet we live in, and yes, to get creative!