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About Symposium

On behalf of Center for Environmental Remote Sensing, Chiba University and the Organizing Committee, I am most delighted to invite you to attend the 11th CEReS International Symposium on Remote Sensing with special theme on "Maximization of the use of satellite data for understanding the earth environment". The Symposium will be held on 13 to 14 December 2005 at University Convention Hall (Keyaki Kaikan), Chiba University under the auspices of Center for Environmental Remote Sensing, Chiba University.

This Symposium focuses on a series of important subjects from satellite data processing to environmental analysis; i) global or large area satellite data processing including synthetic aperture radar (SAR), ii) global land cover / land use mapping, iii) human impact on environment and sea ice, iv) land cover and climate change, v) regional environmental characteristics and global changes. The Symposium is highlighted by the invited presentations by experts on these subjects in two days. The poster presentations are planned to encourage wider discussions by active researchers of these fields.

This Symposium is an event focussed upon the most important fields related to science and technology in remote sensing and environment. Many researchers, faculty staffs and students at Chiba University - Nishi Chiba campus from all the world and discussed in detail how to maximize the use of satellite data that already collected by many satellites and agencies to understand the earth environment.

The Symposium will be held in Chiba University - Nishi Chiba campus at Chiba city, Japan where the door of Japan (Tokyo International Airport or Narita Airport) is located near and this city is very closed to Tokyo, the capital of Japan.

The Organizing Committee looks forward to welcoming you to the 11th CEReS International Symposium on Remote Sensing from 13 - 14 December 2005 and we are sure you will also enjoy sightseeing in Chiba, Tokyo and Yokohama where you can get a glimpse of remnants of the modern and ancient Japanese culture.

Prof. Ryutaro Tateishi, General Chairman.


Committee Members
Prof. Nobuo Takeuchi, Honorary Chairman, Director of CEReS
Prof. Ryutaro Tateishi, General chairman
Prof. Nishio Fumihiko
Prof. Akihiko Kondoh
Dr. Suzuki Rikie
Dr. Atsushi Higuchi
Dr. Josaphat Tetuko Sri Sumantyo
Dr. Takashi Ishiyama
Dr. Chiharu Hongo

Organized by Center for Environmental Remote Sensing (CEReS), Chiba University
Supported by the Remote Sensing Society of Japan (RSSJ)

Important Dates

Poster registration deadline 30 October 2005
Final manuscript (full paper) deadline
13 December 2005

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