The GeoMixer monthly event is a new opportunity to network with other remote sensing scientists at all career stages from around the world!
The July GeoMixer monthly event will be organized in the upcoming digital edition of the ISPRS Congress! The event will bring together with members of the remote sensing, photogrammetry, and geospatial communities at all career stages and from around the world and this year's Congress delegates, which include leading specialists and technologists, engineers, researchers, and students coming from universities, research foundations, space agencies, mapping, and cadaster agencies, public organizations and private companies, and end-users.
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 and this month, we provide an opportunity to get together with experts and members of ISPRS and participants of the Congress!
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!
The White Elephant Club was founded on the occasion of the 60th birthday of Professor Armin Gruen held at Yildiz Hisar Club, Istanbul, Turkey on the 18th July 2004 in conjunction with the XXth ISPRS Congress. It consists of previously or still active senior officers of ISPRS and other recognized persons with close relations to ISPRS. The aims of the Club are to support the missions and goals of ISPRS and to communicate and encourage young generations to grow into potential ″elephants″ through their own activity. This should be based on friendship among the members.