The UK National Earth Observation Conference 2022 is the premier annual event for the Earth Observation, Remote Sensing and Photogrammetry community, to meet, network and learn about the latest developments in scientific research and space-enabled technology.
The deadline for abstracts has been extended until midnight Thursday 26th May!
The UK National Earth Observation Conference is being hosted by the Remote Sensing & Photogrammetry Society, the National Centre for Earth Observation, the Centre for Earth Observation Instrumentation and the Satellite Applications Catapult.
This three-day conference will take place between 6-8 September, at the National Space Centre, Leicester. The conference is designed around face-to-face presentations, posters, exhibitions, workshops and networking in an exciting venue for EO and space visualisations. We will provide some online options for non-presenting attendees unable to be present physically; subject to demand.
The conference will be focused around ‘Earth Observation Science – Technology in Action’. We invite you to submit an abstract for presentations and/or posters for the UK National Earth Observation Conference, to view the list of sessions and details on how to submit visit our Abstracts Page.
Don’t miss this annual gathering of the UK EO community across research, government and industry.
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We would like to invite you to submit an abstract for the UK National Earth Observation Conference, ideally to the list of sessions shown below. The deadline for abstracts has been extended until midnight Thursday 26th May!
Abstract submission is free. To submit an abstract for one of these sessions, you will need to set up a user account on ConfTool which we are using to support the management of the conference; registration will also be via the same account:
You may also specify the ‘Other’ option if your abstract does not appear to be relevant to the listed sessions, indicating some keywords to aid review and allocation to a new session. We actively encourage ‘free’ submissions into the ‘Other’ category.
Note, the organisers may amend the final list of sessions to maximise the community interest.
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