10th Irish Earth Observation Symposium
When: Thursday, October 27th – Friday, October 28th
Where: NMCI, Ringaskiddy, Cork
The Irish Earth Observation Symposium (IEOS) 2016 committee welcomes you to the 10th Annual IEOS meeting of Earth Observation scientists. The symposium provides an opportunity for all those involved in the remote sensing sector to present their work to the EO community in either oral or poster format.
University College Cork shall host the 10th Annual Irish Earth Observation Symposium at the National Maritime College of Ireland (NMCI). The Symposium will begin on Thursday 27th October, with a mix of oral and poster sessions, followed by the conference dinner in Serendipity in Cork City. The Symposium will continue through the morning of Friday 28th October and close early evening. In addition, to mark the 10th anniversary of IEOS, there shall be keynote speakers from the EO community and a selection of exciting and highly topical EO workshops shall be held over the course of the two-day event.
The theme of this year’s symposium is Irish EO: The Next 10 Years. Researchers and personnel working in the EO field shall present their work through oral and/or poster presentations. Presentations include a wide range of marine and terrestrial EO topics.
Postgraduate students are especially encouraged to attend and present their research. During the symposium closing there will be prizes for the best postgraduate poster and oral presentations. Please feel free to pass on this call for papers to anyone who may be interested.
Admission is free, however registration is required. Please register for the Symposium below by Thursday October 20th Further details of the Symposium, including a detailed agenda will also be available shortly. If you have any further questions, please contact Fiona Cawkwell at UCC – email@example.com
With thanks to the UCC Geography Department, the SFI funded MaREI Centre and the Halpin Centre for Research and Innovation at the NMCI for all their contributions in organising and hosting the 10th IEOS.
In grateful acknowledgment of the support offered by the sponsors of the 10th Irish Earth Observation Symposium: the Environmental Protection Agency and the Marine Institute.