The IX Conference of the Italian Society of Remote Sensing
AIT – Associazione Italiana di Telerilevamento
From space to land management
remote sensing technologies supporting
sustainable development and natural
4 – 6 July 2018
Hosted by the University of Florence, the conference is an important event to stimulate the cooperation between research institutions, remote sensing users and industry.
CALL FOR PAPERS
AIT2018 offers a relevant audience to present the results of your research and to maximise the scientific impact of your contributions. Full papers can be published in indexed proceddings as well as in a special issue of the European Journal of Remote Sensing (IF2016: 1.533). More infos here.
Explore the wide themes covered by the conference, and if you have a specific idea send us a proposal for a special session (for example resulting from a project or a working group). To do so compile this form and send it to email@example.com.
Submit your abstract by end of March 2018 to the conference, as soon as you will receive the acceptance from the peer review process proceed to register. If you will register before end of May 2018 you will benefit of early bird fees.
GRSS BEST CONTRIBUTION AWARD
the IEEE Geoscience and Remote Sensing Society is willing to sponsor a best contribution award, to be awarded to a young researcher (≤ 35 years), preferably a GRSS member, who is the first author of a contribution accepted at the conference, on the basis of the contribution content and his/her presentation. The awardee will be selected by the Scientific Committee of the conference, and the award will consist in a certificate and a honorarium of 300€.
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AIT2018 is organised by:
in cooperation with:
SBI – Società Botanica Italiana / the Italian Botanical Society
GNRAC – Gruppo Nazionale per la Ricerca sull’Ambiente Costiero / National Research Group on Coastal Environment
CETEM – Centro di Telerilevamento a Microonde / Microwave Remote Sensing Center
and supported by:
FRESh – Life project “Demonstrating Remote Sensing integration in sustainable forest management”