Past Webinars

07 Jun 2021
The IEEE GRSS Student Grand Challenges are 1-1.5 year projects intended to engage students and young professionals in solving a complex engineering problem within the scope of GRSS and other Societies (e.g., Aerospace and Electronic Systems, Antennas and Propagation, Ocean Engineering, Computer, Microwave Theory and Techniques) and other entities (e.g., Van Allen Foundation). 
30 Apr 2021
IEEE Geoscience and Remote Sensing Society Bangalore Section and The Institute of Geographical Studies present a seminar for high-school students on understanding the significance of Geoscience and exploring basic concepts of Geography.
07 Apr 2021
Recent technology advances in miniature microwave radiometers that can be hosted on very small satellites have made possible a new class of constellation missions that provide very high revisit rates of tropical cyclones and other severe weather.
30 Mar 2021
One of the main problems affecting large-scale remote sensing data processing is the lack of labeled samples. This is even more evident when training deep learning models, which require a considerable number of labeled data to obtain good generalization capability.
29 Mar 2021
In the third part of this webinar Series, Paolo Gamba, GRSS Nominations Committee Chair, will introduce the procedures for the nominations and the elections of the members of the AdCom. He will also provide insights on the different roles of the AdCom at large that are open to all volunteers, upon appointment by the GRSS President.
24 Mar 2021
In the second part of this webinar series. Dr. Steve Reising, the GRSS Secretary, will present the way the meetings by the GRSS AdCom are structured, the live and consent agenda items, and the annual Strategic Planning meeting. He will explain which are the topics discussed at the AdCom meetings and, among them, those that require a vote. He will also explain how AdCom manages GRSS publications and conferences.
23 Mar 2021
This webinar will introduce the new working group “High-performance and Disruptive Computing in Remote Sensing” (HDCRS) of the GRSS Earth Science Informatics Technical Committee (ESI TC). The main objective of HDCRS is to connect a community of interdisciplinary researchers in remote sensing who are specialized on high-performance and distributed computing, disruptive computing (e.g., quantum computing) and parallel programming models with specialized hardware (e.g., GPUs, FPGAs).
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