The Committee on Earth Observation Satellites (CEOS) Working Group on Calibration and Validation (WGCV), SAR Subgroup, Synthetic Aperture Radar Workshop 2020 (CEOS SAR 2020) will be held at Canadian Space Agency (CSA) facilities in Longueuil, Canada, from October 6-9, 2020 . The Workshop will provide an open forum for the presentation and discussion of current and future issues related to the calibration and validation of space borne SAR sensors and data products. Please submit contributions to the following topics:
|Deadline for abstract submissions||May 15, 2020|
|Notification of paper acceptance||July 3, 2020|
|Deadline for workshop registration||September 4, 2020|
|CEOS SAR Workshop||October 6-9, 2020|
For abstract submission, information will be provided soon.
Each abstract should clearly and concisely state the problem addressed, the methodology used and the central conclusions. The title of the paper should clearly convey the essence of the work. Please avoid unusual acronyms. The abstract should contain 350-500 words , excluding author information.
Authors will be kept informed via e-mail (to the e-mail used to access the form) once the submission process of their paper in the Abstract Submission Form web page is successful.
For information regarding Travel Visas, this will be provided shortly.
Oral presentations should be prepared such that a duration of 15 minutes is not exceeded. Another 5 minutes are planned for discussion.
The following presentation document types are accepted:
A conference laptop for presentations is available. Please provide your presentation on a USB-stick to one of the workshop organization members before your session starts. It will be copied to the conference laptop to avoid any delay during the session. Please refer to the Final Workshop Program (to be published on our website soon) for the session and time of your presentation. We would like to ask you to make yourself known to your session chair prior to the session so that he/she knows the presentation will take place.
|Stéphane Côté||CSA||Canada||Jens Reimann||DLR||Germany|
|Dirk Geudtner||ESA||The Netherlands|
|Franz Meyer||UAF||Alaska, USA|
|Keith Morrison||Cranfield University||UK|
|Takeshi Motohka||JAXA||The Netherlands|
|Ramon Torres||ESA||The Netherlands|
|Yoshio Yamaguchi||Niigata University||Japan|
|Medhavy Thankappan||Geoscience Australia||Australian|