ISPRS WG III/2

Microwave Remote Sensing

Working Group Officers

Chair

Batuhan Osmanoglu, ChairBatuhan Osmanoglu
 
Biospheric Sciences Laboratory
NASA Goddard Space Flight Center
8800 Greenbelt Rd.
Bldg 33 G426
Greenbelt, MD 20771
USA
+ 1 301 614 6690

 

Co-Chair

Susaki Junichi, Co-ChairSusaki Junichi
 
Geoinformatics Lab.
Graduate School of Engineering
Kyoto University
C1-1-206, Kyotodaigaku-katsura, Nishikyo-ku, Kyoto
615-8540, JAPAN
+ 81 75 383 3300
+ 81 75 383 3300

 

Co-Chair

Zhenhong Li, Co-ChairZhenhong Li
 
School of Civil Engineering and Geosciences
Newcastle University
Cassie Building
Newcastle upon Tyne, NE1 7RU
UK
+44 (0) 191 208 5704

 

Secretary

Saygin Abdikan, SecretarySaygin Abdikan
 
Geomatics Engineering Department
Hacettepe University
Beytepe 06800 Ankara
TURKEY
+90 312 297 69 90/125
+90 312 297 61 67

 


Supporters

Key Support
Personnel
Fusun Balik Sanli , Key Support<br>PersonnelFusun Balik Sanli
 
YTÜ Davutpaşa Kampüsü
Harita Mühendiskiği Bölümü 34220-Esenler İstanbul
TURKEY
+90 212 383 5331

 

Key Support
Personnel
Fabiana Calò, Key Support<br>PersonnelFabiana Calò
 
IREA-CNR Diocleziano, 328
80124 Napoli
ITALY
+39 081-76206 33

 

Key Support
Personnel
Antonio Pepe, Key Support<br>PersonnelAntonio Pepe
 
Adress: IREA-CNR Diocleziano, 328
80124 Napoli
ITALY
+39 081 76206 17

 

Key Support
Personnel
Mahmut Arıkan, Key Support<br>PersonnelMahmut Arıkan
 
2628 VG
Delft
THE NETHERLANDS
+31 6 413 65 412

 


Terms of Reference

  • Promote advanced research, engineering development, and operational use of theories, methods, systems for the analysis of remotely sensed microwave observations of the Earth from air- , space- and ground-borne sensors;
  • Focus on physical modelling of microwave radiation, the analysis of spectral signatures, radar image classification, data fusion, pattern recognition, and quality control;
  • Enhance the applications in monitoring and assessing environment, geohazards, landuse/landcover, nature resources, weather/atmosphere and climate, cryosphere, coastal and ocean, forestry/agricultural and ecosystems/biodiversity;
  • Integrate the global efforts by effective out-reach through data/algorithms sharing and capacity building, cooperates intensively with international professional societies, national space agencies, and alliance with the International Committee On Remote Sensing of Environment (ICORSE).

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