Do you have a student or early-career professional interested in remote sensing / photogrammetry? Or do you know someone who is, or has!?
RSPSoc (The Remote Sensing and Photogrammetry Society) would like to announce an exciting upcoming event: the RSPSoc Wavelength Conference 2013.
This conference provides the best professional environment for interaction and networking between representatives from university and commercial workplaces, whilst still being very informal and great value. Along with presentation/poster prizes, there are three engaging keynote speakers and a fun social programme. Participation from the major universities and firms working in the field of remote sensing/photogrammetry will make this a fantastic event – so don’t miss out!
Abstract submission and registration are NOW OPEN with deadlines fast approaching. Attached is the conference poster which you are free to distribute far and wide.
BGS Team Leader of Earth and Planetary Observation and Monitoring, Dr Colm Jordan, will be a keynote speaker presenting 'Earth Observation for understanding natural hazards'.
Don’t hesitate to get in touch for more information: email@example.com
The Society of Exploration Geophysicists 2013 Europe Honorary Lecture
Dr Marion Jegen will present: Joint Inversion - The way forward to a comprehensive Earth Model at 5pm in Lecture Theatre 5 in the Bennett Building.
Tea and coffee will be available in the Department of Geology (Bennett Building) from 4.30 pm.
Details of travel to the University and the Bennett building can be found at http://www2.le.ac.uk/maps
Further information and an abstract of the lecture.
The UK has a legacy of civil infrastructure assets that form vital components of the UK interdependent infrastructure system including within transportation corridors and service (energy and water) networks. Many of those individual assets are ageing — and sometimes failing.
The UK infrastructure sector faces the daunting challenge of maintaining and modernising the systems on which we depend. This BGS-CIRIA conference will showcase emerging techniques and technologies to capture infrastructure asset location and condition data. Delegates will learn, via case study presentations, how various clients and major projects have utilised innovative data management to inform asset management planning.
For more information, please read the flyer/registration form or go to the CIRIA events page to register. Registration is free but you will need to register/ sign in to the CIRIA website to access the registration form.
If you are interested in having an exhibition stand at this workshop (£200 plus VAT), please get in touch with Linda Hetherington for further details.
Due to unforeseen circumstances Professor Vincent Courtillot is unable to present the 54th Annual Bennett Lecture, tonight.
Dr Jan Zalasiewicz has kindly agreed to stand in and present the 54th Annual Bennett Lecture
The Anthropocene: a new chapter in Earth history
The lecture will be on Monday 4th March 2013 at 6 pm in Lecture Theatre 1 Bennett Building.
Human civilization has grown around the stable shorelines and climate, and amid the diverse biosphere of, the Holocene Epoch: the latest of many interglacial phases of the Quaternary Ice Age, and the one that the created the world we live in.
Admission is free, but by ticket only. If you would like to attend, please contact Gail Andrews in the Geology Department by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The talk is preceded by refreshments in the Geology Department from 5.30 pm.
Hugh’s presentation is titled: ‘The ASK Network: Examining the development of a data gathering and transfer mechanism to improve data collection and use for reduced site investigation and development costs’.
Plus a BGS stand promoting BGS research, Earth Data Models and OneGeology.
In 2012, the national theme for AAC is 'Sports, Games and the Olympics', so we will be exploring the links between fun, leisure, sporting achievement and the earth sciences.
There will be displays, talks and activities for adults and children, including:
Read more about this free event, including a link to the online booking form.
Prof Mike Stephenson, BGS Head of Energy, will chair the Shale Gas World conference on 27 - 29 November 2012 in Warsaw, Poland. This comprehensive event from Europe's capital of shale gas will cover all aspects of shale gas including operations, technology, geology, policy, and environment.
Places are limited. If you wish to attend, please register directly using this link.