|October 6||Invited Session proposal deadline|
|November 6||Invited Session acceptance notification|
|Paper Submission system open|
|November 10||Tutorial Proposal deadline|
|December 11||Tutorial Proposal acceptance notification|
|January 8||Paper Submission deadline|
|Student Paper Competition application deadline|
|Travel Support application deadline|
|March 15||Submission Status available online|
|May 4||Final Paper Submission deadline|
|Early Registration deadline|
|Presenting-Author registration deadline|
|July 13||Online Registration deadline|
|July 23–27||IGARSS 2018|
Hosted by the IEEE Geoscience and Remote Sensing Society, the International Geoscience and Remote Sensing Symposium 2018 (IGARSS 2018) will be held from Monday July 23rd through Friday July 27th, 2018 at the “Feria Valencia Convention & Exhibition Center” in Valencia, Spain. The conference main theme highlights the pressing demands for Observing, Understanding and Forecasting the Dynamics of Our Planet.
On behalf of the IEEE Geoscience and Remote Sensing Society and the Organizing Committee we invite you to participate to IGARSS 2018, the world’s premier symposium on the subject of remote sensing.
IGARSS is a premier event in remote sensing and provides an ideal forum for obtaining up-to-date information about the latest developments, exchanging ideas, identifying future trends and making networking with the international geoscience and remote sensing community.
IEEE Geoscience and Remote Sensing student members are invited to submit a paper to the IGARSS Student Paper Competition. The selection of the finalist papers will be done by a committee of experts and the selected students will present their papers during a special session at the Symposium.
Accepted papers will be published in the proceedings on IEEE Xplore only if presented at the Symposium by one of the listed authors duly registered.
Authors who wish to give a presentation are requested to submit a paper (minimum of two pages; maximum of four pages). A link to submit the paper online will be available at the Conference website beginning November 6, 2017.
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Valencia’s architecture dates from the first century B.C. as a Roman settlement, passes through Arabic,
Romanic and Gothic periods, and goes to the most futuristic, 21st century design as the City of Arts and
Sciences. Valencia mixes tradition and modernity, offering culture, museums, art, architecture, entertainment,
excellent gastronomy and on average enjoys over 300 days of Mediterranean light every year.
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