Registration fees for presenting authors:
from 2021/12/08 to 2022/01/01
from 2021/12/01 to 2022/01/01
At least one of the authors of each accepted abstract has to register. Each registration will cover one accepted abstract.
Registration fees for attendees:
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JURSE is an excellent opportunity for meeting researchers, practitioners and students in urban remote sensing. This event introduces new methodologies and technological resources to investigate urban environments through orbital and airborne remote sensing. Prospective authors are invited to contribute by submitting an extended abstract in English according to the provided guidelines and template below. All accepted abstracts will be published in the JURSE 2022 Online Lounge event web page, as well as in the JURSE web page.
All extended abstracts will be subjected to a peer review process. The abstract should briefly point out the research problem, methodology, results, and conclusion. Please include the references section in a separate page. Please include only one image or figure related to the presented work in the cover page of the abstract (see template below). Please provide up to three highlights of no more than 150 characters each. These highlights will be used in social media during the event. The page limit for the abstract body is two (2), plus one more page for references and highlights.
The template for abstract submissions can be found in the following link:
The submission of abstracts must be done through the Conference Management Toolkit, using the following
You can find useful tips for a successful pitch in the following link:https://www.dropbox.com/s/fsm7gv0ei9vtl8z/HOW%20TO%20PITCH.pptx?dl=0
Authors will be asked to choose one of the JURSE subject areas.
Deadline for submitting extended abstracts is November 30, 2021.
Deadline for acceptance notifications is
December 6, 2021.
Deadline for submitting the 3-minute-video poster pitch and the poster itself in PDF format is December 17, 2021.
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