We are pleased to announce that the abstract submission for the 9th International Workshop on Science and Applications of SAR Polarimetry and Polarimetric Interferometry which will be hosted in ESRIN, Frascati, Italy from 28th January to 1st February 2019 is NOW OPEN.
The deadline for the abstract submission is 14th of October.
Please note that a number of selected papers presented during the Workshop will be published in the special issue of Remote Sensing https://www.mdpi.com/journal/remotesensing/special_issues/PolinSAR
Additionaly we would like to encourage you to apply to the 5th Advanced Course on Radar Polarimetry which will be hosted in ESA\ESRIN a week preceding the conference - from 22-25 January 2019 .
The deadline for the abstract submission has been extended until 2 November 2019
This year ESA is offering for a number of selected papers presented during the conference publication in special issue of Remote Sensing Journal (IF 3.406)
For these selected manuscripts publication will be free of charge!
I will attend the course from 22-25 January 2019 - by chance anyone else?
I will attend too, looking forward seeing you
please ,as I am temporarily in wheelchair, could you send me sometime say in a few weeks ,some links on that topic
You would very kind to me
I am working on Sar remote sensing in aim to get information on yield or biomass or whatsoever
sorry to hear that, Bruno. Hope you will get well soon again.
ESA provides all materials of their courses and conferences on their pages:
You will find lots of slides and data here and I expect the materials of the PolSAR Training to be made available here as well.
I am good,
So many thanks , more , I found many subjects on your researchgate page
I shall certainly find someone working on the same subject as I
@bruno You can access most of the slides and materials here: https://eo4society.esa.int/resources/advanced-course-on-radar-polarimetry-2019/
Group photo of the course, including @abraun @thho @mdelgado @mfitrzyk
Thank you to all organizers and lecturers for a fantastic and interesting course!