ISPRS Workshop Laser Scanning 2019

part of the

ISPRS Geospatial Week 2019

12-13 Jun, 2019

Enschede, The Netherlands

Laser scanning 2019 is the 11th of a series of ISPRS workshops covering various aspects of space borne, airborne, mobile and terrestrial laser scanning in both indoor and outdoor environments. The workshop brings together experts who focus on processing and using point cloud data acquired from laser scanners and other active 3D imaging systems, such as range cameras and gaming sensors including terrestrial, mobile, aerial, unmanned-aerial and space-borne sensing platforms. Topics include all aspects related to sensor calibration, data acquisition and data processing including notably registration, feature extraction, object detection, big data processing, 3D modelling, BIM and change analysis. The workshop will be part of the ISPRS Geospatial Week 2019 and is hosted by the University of Twente in parallel with a number of related geospatial workshops. The event will be held as a two-day single track workshop of oral presentations and poster sessions. 

 

Themes of Event:

Acquisition

• Laser scanners and laser scanning systems

• Range imaging and gaming sensors

• Multi-spectral LIDAR

• Solid-state LIDAR

• Ubiquitous point cloud sensing

• Bathymetric LIDAR

System and Signal analysis

• Sensor and system calibration and validation

• Full waveform data analysis

• Single-photon sensing

• Error modelling

• Data fusion (LiDAR, RADAR, imagery)

 

Point Cloud Processing

• Point cloud registration

• Segmentation 

• Classification

• Feature extraction and object recognition

• Change detection

• Big Data processing

• Building Information Modelling (BIM)

Applications

• Thematic mapping and monitoring

• Modelling anthropogenic and natural areas

• Natural resource mapping

• Biodiversity assessment

• Precision farming

• Geohazards analysis

• Mapping and monitoring infrastructure

 

Submission of papers: 

Authors who wish to give an oral presentation need to submit full papers for a double-blind peer review process. The papers should be prepared according to the ISPRS guidelines for preparing manuscripts and should not exceed 8 pages. Accepted papers will appear in a designated volume of the ISPRS Annals of the Photogrammetry, Remote Sensing and Spatial Information Sciences.

Authors who wish to give a poster presentation can submit an extended abstract for a peer review process. Accepted papers will appear in a designated volume of the International Archives of the Photogrammetry, Remote Sensing and Spatial Information Sciences.

 

Important dates:

17 January, 2019        

Full paper submission (Annals)

4 February, 2019        

Extended abstract submission (Archives)

1 March, 2019

Abstract author notification

8 March, 2019

Full paper Author notification

2 April, 2019                

Camera ready paper submission

10-14 June, 2019: 

Geospatial week

 

Organizing Committee:

Jan Boehm (WG II/3), UCL, United Kingdom

Bisheng Yang (WG II/3), LIESMARS, Wuhan University, China

Martin Weinmann (WG II/4), KIT, Germany

Martin Rutzinger (WG II/10), Austrian Academy of Sciences, Austria

Belen Riveiro (WG II/10), University of Vigo, Spain

 

Scientific Committee:

Andreas Mayr (University of Innsbruck, Austria)

Andreas Wichmann (TU Berlin, Germany)

Antero Kukko (Finnish Geodetic Institute, Finland)

Bernhard Höfle (University of Heidelberg, Germany)

Boris Jutzi (Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Germany)

Camillo Ressl (TU Vienna, Austria)

Daniel Wujanz (Technet, Germany)

David Belton (Curtin University, Australia)

David Griffiths (UCL , United Kingdom)

Derek Lichti (University of Calgary, Canada)

Dong Zhen (Wuhan University, China)

Fabio Menna (Bruno Kessler Foundation, Italy)

Fabio Remondino (Bruno Kessler Foundation, Italy)

Florent Poux (University of Liège, Belgium)

Francesco Pirotti (University of Padova, Italy)

Franz Rottensteiner (Leibniz Universität Hannover, Germany)

Gottfried Mandlburger (University of Stuttgart, Germany)

Hai Huang (Universität der Bundeswehr München, Germany)

Hans-Gerd Maas (TU Dresden, Germany)

Jinhu Wang (Delft University of Technology, The Netherlands)

Joaquín Martínez Sánchez (University of Vigo, Spain)

Konrad Schindler (ETH Zürich, Switzerland)

Kourosh Khoshelham (University of Melbourne, Australia)

Luigi Barazzetti (Politechnic University of Milan, Italy)

Marcus Hebel (Fraunhofer IOSB, Germany)

Markus Gerke (TU Braunschweig, Germany)

Martin Kada (TU Berlin, Germany)

Mat Disney (UCL, United Kingdom)

Michael Olsen (Oregon State University, USA)

Michael Weinmann (University of Bonn, Germany)

Monica Herrero (Delft University of Technology, The Netherlands)

Paula Litkey (Finnish Geodetic Institute, Finland)

Roderik Lindenbergh (TU Delft, Netherlands)

Sanna Kaasalainen (Finnish Geodetic Institute, Finland)

Thomas Zieher (Austrian Academy of Sciences)

Uwe Stilla (TU München, Germany)

Wen Xiao (Newcastle University, United Kingdom)

Xinlian Liang (Finnish Geodetic Institute, Finland)

Yusheng Xu (Technische Universität München, Germany)