Progression Towards Quantitative Geological Remote Sensing
Subject to travel and meeting restrictions being lifted, the GRSG AGM & International Conference will return once again to the central London offices of the Geological Society, in December of this year.
The themes for the 31st GRSG Conference will be to explore the movement of an industry towards what can be measured, how that can be achieved and what those results will look like.
In more detail the Agenda is planned as:
6th December: Afternoon social and Icebreaker event
7th December: Technical conference and Evening Reception
8th December: Technical conference and Gala Dinner aboard HMS Belfast
9th December: Technical conference and Afterglow
10th December: Spectral Workshop (more details to follow)
As always, the Conference is a fantastic opportunity to gain unique insights into some of the best work in the field, ask questions of those responsible and enjoy making new friends during a packed supporting social agenda.
The Call for Papers is Now Open
GRSG Chairman, Charlotte Bishop explains what the conference committee is seeking in submissions; “This year we are looking for papers that cover the breadth of applied remote sensing, from the ground to space and from the earth to planetary science with a specific focus on progression towards quantitative rather than qualitative measurements as we seek to share and promote the progress in our industry towards this aim.”
“We know our industry is growing rapidly and we welcome innovations from across sectors and using a range of different datasets. As such we welcome papers on themes not limited to; geological mapping, spectral analysis, InSAR, mining, oil and gas, geomorphology, planetary science and engineering as well as the display of new techniques and technology. Please join us and share what’s new in your sector and what the future holds as we move into our 4th decade of the GRSG!”