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    cutting-edge applications of terrestrial laser scanning and sfm-mvs photogrammetry for various kinds of landforms.

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    analysis of high-definition topographic data using geospatial technologies – GIS spatial analysis tools and applications.

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    various projects using high-definition topography data.

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2017/12/02

JpGU 2018 session "HIGH-DEFINITION TOPOGRAPHY AND GEOPHYSICAL DATA ANALYSIS" / 日本地球惑星科学連合2018年大会国際セッション「高精細地形・地球物理データ解析」発表募集

アブストラクトの投稿開始は年明け、2018/1/10〜となりますが、来年の日本地球惑星科学連合JpGU 2018@幕張にて、高精細地形地物情報に関するセッションを開催します。開催日はJpGU期間中の日曜日午後(2018/5/20)となりました。地球人間圏科学(H)を母体として、今年は領域外・複数領域(M)セクションからの開催となります。また、タイトルも昨年までから小変更し、「Measurements」から「Analysis」としました。取得した高精細データをどのように活用するのか、といった意欲的な研究発表をお待ちしています。もちろん、従来どおり計測事例研究も大歓迎です。

Here is the call for abstracts for our session M-TT35 HIGH-DEFINITION TOPOGRAPHY AND GEOPHYSICAL DATA ANALYSIS at the next JpGU meeting in May 2018 (on Sunday afternoon). The abstract submission will be open on January 10, ending on February 19. Here we emphasize "Analysis" beyond "Measurements" as the session theme. Your cutting-edge research reports are welcome regarding the analysis of high-definition topographic and geophysical data. Of course, reports on cutting-edge measurement applications are also welcome. Our session is based on Human Geosciences (H) section and will be provided in Multidisciplinary and Interdisciplinary (M) section.





session details:

HIGH-DEFINITION TOPOGRAPHY AND  GEOPHYSICAL DATA ANALYSIS

M-TT35, afternoon session on May 20 (Sun), 2018
http://www.jpgu.org/meeting_e2018/SessionList_en/detail/M-TT35.html

High-definition, or high-resolution data of earth surface topography and geophysical properties have become widely available for better understandings of the earth surface processes and dynamics. Here in this session, we accept discussions on high-definition topographic and geophysical data, including its theory, acquisition, archiving, processing, modeling and analysis. The approaches may include applications of, but not limited to, laser scanning, SfM-MVS photogrammetry, GNSS positioning, SAR interferometry, multi-beam sonar, geomagnetics and electromagnetics sensors based on terrestrial (fixed or mobile) and aerial (UAV or manned airborne) platforms.

conveners:
Yuichi S. Hayakawa (Center for Spatial Information Science, The University of Tokyo)
Shigekazu Kusumoto (Graduate School of Science and Engineering for Research, University of Toyama)
Christopher Gomez (Faculty of Maritime Sciences, Kobe University)


Abstract submission deadline: February 19 (Mon), 2018 (17:00 JST)
[ early-bird submission deadline with discount rates: February 5 (Mon), 2018 (11:59 JST) ]

submit your abstract at http://www.jpgu.org/meeting_e2018/


2017/12/01

AOGS 2018 session "Geospatial Point Cloud Data Analysis for Natural Hazard Assessments" / アジアオセアニア地球科学会2018セッション「自然災害評価のための点群データ地理空間解析」発表募集

AOGSは、AGUやEGU、JpGUなどと並ぶ、アジアオセアニア地域の地球科学に関する連合会議です。1年ごとに、場所がシンガポールとその他の地域とで交互に開催されています。来年2018年の6月の大会は、ハワイ・ホノルルが開催場所となります。他の連合会議でも高精細地形情報に関するセッションは多数開催されていますが、地形鮮明化プロジェクトとしても、このAOGSホノルル大会におけるセッションを提案しました。学際セクションに割り当てられています。みなさまからの多数のご発表をお待ちしております!

The Asia Oceania Geosciences Society 2018 will be held at Honolulu, Hawaii on June 03-08. We proposed the session on point cloud analysis and natural hazards. Our session is allocated in IG (Interdisciplinary Geosciences) section. Please consider presenting your research in this session! 😗




session description:

IG14
Geospatial Point Cloud Data Analysis for Natural Hazard Assessments

submit your abstract at
http://www.asiaoceania.org/aogs2018/public.asp?page=abstract.htm

Availability of three-dimensional point cloud data has widely been developed in geosciences field including the earth surface processes and dynamics, which are crucial for natural hazard assessments. Point cloud data offers various opportunities for the analysis of surface topography and subsurface structures, where the advanced use of point cloud data needs to be thoroughly challenged across various research fields in geosciences. Here in this session, we accept discussions on high-density point cloud data regarding its theory, acquisition, archiving, processing, modeling, analysis, and applications for society including natural hazard mitigation. The approaches may include, but not limited to, laser scanning, photogrammetry, GNSS positioning, sonar based on unmanned or manned platforms for subaerial or underwater objects.

conveners:
Yuichi S. Hayakawa (Center for Spatial Information Science, The University of Tokyo)
Christopher Gomez (Graduate School of Maritime Sciences, Kobe University)

Abstract submission deadline:  January 19 (Fri), 2018