Technical ProgramThe program is available here (pdf)
The final program includes :
- 16 oral sessions, including 8 special sessions, and 6 poster sessions.
- 3 invited keynote plenary speakers : Hyperspectral imaging and food safety.
By Alan M. Lefcourt, Ph.D.
Research Biomedical Engineer
Environmental Microbial and Food Safety Laboratory
USDA Agricultural Research Service, Beltsville, USA
Planetary exploration with VIS-NIR imaging spectrometers: the VIRTIS case
By Gianrico Filacchione
VIRTIS science/technical team
INAF-IASF Rome, Italy. Hyperspectral remote sensing for forestry applications.
By Kamaruzaman Jusoff, Professor
Professor of Forest Engineering Survey
Department of Forest Production, Faculty of Forestry,
Universiti Putra Malaysia (UPM), Malaysia
A number of special sessions have already been identified. They are listed below for information, but regular submissions are not restricted to these topics
original contributions dealing with the different aspects related to
hyperspectral data or spectroscopy (processing method, application,
instruments related issues, modelling) are encouraged.
- Hyperspectral methods for difficult target detection
- Recent Advances in Spectral Mixture Analysis of Hyperspectral Data
- Spectral Imaging and Spectroscopy for Assessment and Monitoring of Therapy and Surgery (tbc
- Macro and microphytobenthic biomass hyperspectral quantifications (tbc
- Context, Ensemble, and Multiple Instance Based Methods for Hyperspectral Image Analysis
- Exploitation Algorithms Using Synthetic Hyperspectral Data
- Recent advances in multi-dimensional optical spectroscopic data processing
- Exploring matter and physical processes in the Solar System and galaxies
- Hyperspectral imagery for planetary exploration
- Hyperspectral imagery and forestry applications (tbc
- EUFAR goes hyperspectral (tbc