International Geoscience and Remote Sensing Symposium
- From 21/07/2013 to 26/07/2013
- Australia - Melbourne
- Duration : 6 days
IGARSS 2013 : "Building a Sustainable Earth through Remote Sensing"
Participation in IGARSS is open to all individuals interested in or working in the fields of geoscience and remote sensing. Abstracts received by the deadline will be considered for program placement under the standard peer review process. Late abstracts cannot be accepted due to the large number of submissions and short review schedule. The IEEE IGARSS 2013 Technical Program Committee will organize all accepted abstracts into either oral or interactive poster sessions based upon their potential contribution to the symposium and the composition of high-quality sessions.
Please note the following important notes regarding the distribution of IGARSS 2013 abstracts and proceedings:
- Electronic media containing all IGARSS 2013 abstracts and full proceedings papers (4-page, IEEE format) will be distributed to all registered attendees at the symposium.
- Submission of a full proceedings paper (4-page, IEEE format) is not mandatory, but strongly recommended for all the accepted abstracts.
- The full proceedings papers distributed at the symposium will not be labeled with IEEE Log Numbers, and they will not be official publications at that time. Only papers presented at the symposium will be published in the official electronic proceedings of IGARSS 2013 in IEEE Xplore. Papers submitted, but not presented in Melbourne, will not be published in the official proceedings and in IEEE Xplore.
- The authors who wish to enter the Student Prize Paper Competition of IGARSS 2013 must submit the full proceedings paper (4-page, IEEE format), a letter from their advisor, and proof of their student status by January 10, 2013. Details are found at the Student Contest page. Student papers not selected for the Competition will have their abstracts reviewed along with all other submissions for possible inclusion in the general conference program.