The GeoMixer monthly event is a new opportunity to network with other remote sensing scientists at all career stages from around the world!
This virtual mixer will support networking with other participants that you may not have otherwise met by assigning participants into a series of small breakout rooms in Zoom. This event is inspired by IALE-NA 2020's Student Mixer and our successful first GeoMixer event at Geo for Good 2020.
ASPRS, with support of the ASPRS Foundation, has identified funding to sponsor Student Presentations in the upcoming ASPRS 2021 Annual Conference, which will be held virtually from March 29 – April 2, 2021. Individuals who are awarded Student Presentation Grants will have their conference registration fees waived, and will receive a complementary one-year student membership in ASPRS.
How do I know if I qualify for a Student Conference Presentation Grant?
The student must be the conference Presenter; other non-students may be listed as co-authors.
The student will be asked to provide proof of current enrollment before receiving final approval for a conference grant. Proof of current enrollment could be a copy of a student ID, an unofficial transcript, registration record for the current semester, or a letter from a supporting faculty member on institution letterhead.
Abstracts that are accepted by the Technical Program Committee but not chosen to receive grants will still be eligible to participate in the conference. The presenters will be required to register and pay appropriate fees.
The Asian Association on Remote Sensing is an Asian non-governmental organization dedicated to promote Remote Sensing through exchange of information, mutual cooperation and international understanding and goodwill amongst the member countries of Asia-Pacific Region. Established in 1981, AARS is one of the largest organizations in its field with over 29 member countries. The ISPRS SC has been organizing summer schools with AARS in the annual Asian Conference on Remote Sensing for the last 10 years!
The ASPRS Student Advisory Council established in 2006 to empower students and allow them to contribute to the continuous success of ASPRS, the original geospatial organization founded in 1934. This GeoMixer event is the first event that we are collaborating with ASPRS SAC and we look forward for future partnerships!