Chapter Resources This page contains resources to help with many aspects of running a local chapter. Brochures that explain what GRSS does, in multiple languages:
How to set up a Chapter The procedure to establish a new Chapter requires four steps. First of all, one needs to find at least
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About Chapters Chapters represent GRSS at the regional level and provide an easy way for GRSS members to become involved in geoscience and remote sensing
Groups & Initiatives
GRSS activities are global in nature – solving science problems at global scales, developing instruments with global coverage, and coordinating ground truth collections on all
Our Mission IEEE Young Professionals is a group of IEEE members and volunteers who have graduated from their first professional degree within the past 15
Our Mission The IDEA Program shall Inspire, Develop, Empower, and Advance (IDEA) all GRSS members and affiliates of accredited societies who are interested in the
The van Allen Foundation of the Université de Montpellier, France, and IEEE GRSS invite public and private organizations to propose ideas and suggestions aimed at addressing the issue of detection and tracking of marine pollution and litter in the western part of the Mediterranean Sea, including the Gulf of Lion, the Ligurian Sea, and the Balearic Sea.
Distinguished Lecturer Program The Distinguished Lecturer Program (DLP) is a service of the GRSS and its members to support our chapter activities. Our goal is
Nomination Process Distinguished Lecturers (DL) may be nominated anytime during the year by Chairs of the GRSS Technical Committees and members of the AdCom. No
How to Book a Lecturer Requests for a lecture by one of the Distinguished Speakers is initiated by the local chapter with approval by the
About the Industry Distinguished Lecturer Program The Industry Distinguished Lecturers Program is a service of the Geoscience and Remote Sensing Society and its members to
The mission of the Modeling in Remote Sensing Technical Committee (MIRS TC) is to serve as a technical and professional forum for advancing the science of predicting remotely sensed observations from first-principles theory.
The Geoscience Spaceborne Imaging Spectroscopy Technical Committee (GSIS TC) provides a community of practice for all stakeholders engaged in spaceborne imaging spectroscopy with an emphasis on geoscientific applications.
The Image Analysis and Data Fusion Technical Committee (IADF TC) of the Geoscience and Remote Sensing Society serves as a global, multi-disciplinary, network for geospatial image analysis and data fusion.
The Frequency allocations in Remote Sensing (FARS) Technical Committee goal is to interface between GRSS and the radio-frequency regulatory world, and keep track of spectrum allocation issues that impact the geoscience community.
The Instrumentation and Future Technologies (IFT) Technical Committee of the Geoscience and Remote Sensing Society serves as a global, multi-disciplinary, network to foster international cooperation in advancing the state-of-the-art in geoscience remote sensing instrumentation and technologies.
The Earth Science Informatics Technical Committee (ESI TC) provides a venue for informatics professionals to exchange ideas and share knowledge. It aims at advancing application of informatics to geosciences and remote sensing, assessing technology to support data stewardship and management, and promoting best practices and lessons learned.