ASPRS 2013 Annual Conference

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Call for Abstracts

Call for Abstracts

The Call for Abstracts is Now Closed

The Technical Program Chairs are reviewing abstracts that have been submitted and are developing the conference program.  If you have a late submission, please see the information below for manual submission of abstracts.

Late abstracts may be submitted directly to the Technical Program Co-Chairs, but understand that they may be placed on a waiting list and used only if someone else drops out of the program. Please see the Late/Manual Submission of Abstracts information below for information on how to submit a late abstract.

 

Late/Manual Submission of Abstracts

The online abstract form is no longer available, abstracts and required information must be e-mailed to Technical Program Co-Chairs at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

Authors will be asked to select a category for their paper according to the categories listed below and they will be asked to state a preference for oral or poster presentation. Abstracts may not exceed 300 words in length. Abstracts also should include 3-5 keywords and contact information for the senior author and the presenter. 

For late submissions, abstracts and required information may be emailed to the Technical Program Co-Chairs, Mr. Dave Johnson and Ms. Claire Boryan at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

Please include the following information for consideration:
•    Topic or category from the list above
•    Preference for paper or poster presentation
•    Paper Title
•    Abstract not to exceed 300 words in length
•    3 to 5 key words
•    Author(s) name(s) and Affiliation(s)
•    Proposed presenter(s)
•    Contact information, including mailing address, phone, fax and e-mail for senior author.

 

Categories and Topic Areas for Abstracts

The following topics are suggested. Please determine which topic area is most appropriate for your presentation. These include, but are not limited to:

Sensors & Platforms

Data Processing & Analytics

Airborne
Frame cameras
Ground-based
High-resolution
Hyper-spectral
Lidar
Microwave
Multi-spectral
Radar and SAR
Spaceborne
Thermal
Video
Unmanned Aerial Vehicle
UAV)/Unmanned  Aircraft
System (UAS)
Accuracy Assessment
Aerotriangulation
Automation
Calibration/validation
Change detection
Classification
Cloud computing
Compression
Enhancement
Feature extraction
Geographic object-based
image analysis
Geoinformatics
Geostatistics
Location based services
Multi-dimensional
environments/3D
Multi-source/scale fusion
Open source
Orthophotography
Smartphone/mobile
applications
Surface modeling
Time series
Virtual reality/simulation
Visualization and animation

Environmental Applications

Societal Applications

Agriculture
Atmospheric
Bays and estuaries
Biodiversity
Carbon
Climate
Clouds and Aerosols
Drought
Fire
Forestry
Geology and soils
Hydrology
Ice
Invasive species
Land cover/Land use
Oceanic
Rangelands
Urban landscape
Wetlands
Wildlife
Archeology
Conservation
Disasters
Education
Emergency mapping
Food security
Forensics
Geography
Homeland security
Military
Public health
Resource Management
Sustainability
Transportation 
Urban planning
Utilities
Water quality

 

Selection Criteria

All abstracts will be evaluated and selections will be based on overall quality of the abstract and its responsiveness to the conference theme. Abstracts were due September 5, 2012, and strict adherence to submission deadlines is requested. Notices of acceptance will be sent by e-mail by September 28, 2012 by the Technical Program Chairs of this conference. Upon notification of acceptance, authors will be expected to acknowledge receipt of the acceptance letter by email, verifying their intent to attend and make a presentation at the conference.

Papers accepted for oral presentation will be assigned to a concurrent session based on topic. Authors sharing common interests are encouraged to coordinate submission of papers that could form a session on a specific topic. Concurrent sessions will be 90 minutes in duration, consisting of three or four oral presentations, each of which will be 15-20 minutes in length.

 

IMPORTANT

The Technical Program Chairs and ASPRS staff will be communicating with you by email on a frequent basis.  Please make certain that these emails are not stopped by your spam blocker or other email screening mechanism.  Also, if your email address changes at any time, please make sure to let us know; otherwise you will miss important information regarding the conference.


Conference Registration Requirements

All technical paper and poster presenters and session moderators are required to complete the online registration form and include the appropriate registration fee no later than November 23, 2012 (within 60 days of the e-mail notification of their presentation acceptance).

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.

 

Inclusion of Presentation In Online Proceedings

If a presenter wishes to have their work included in the proceedings, a full presentation must be submitted electronically no later than January 14, 2013. Complete details will be provided by email to each primary contact person. Proceedings submissions are not required in order to make an oral or poster presentation at the conference.

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