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The 2017 Capacity Building Workshop of Satellite Remote Sensing for Southeast Asian Scientists

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The 2017 Capacity Building Workshop of Satellite Remote Sensing for Southeast Asian Scientists is organized by the Center for Space and Remote Sensing Research, National Central University (CSRSR, NCU), Taiwan. This workshop is officially supported by the Ministry of Science and Technology, Taiwan. The purpose of this workshop is to provide a platform for young scientists to learn knowledge and experience hands-on practices. In addition, it is an excellent opportunity to meet internationally well recognized scholars in remote sensing to share their valuable experiences and knowledge with young scientists.

Themes

  • Satellite Remote Sensing Infrastructure in Taiwan
  • Satellite Remote Sensing Applications in Asia
  • Integration of Active/Passive Remote Sensing, GNSS and GIS
  • Spatial Information, Sciences and Applications

The expenses for each participant will be covered by the workshop

  • Round Trip Airfare: based on Economy Class (According to MOST rule, airfare is subject to change)
  • Accommodation
  • Visa fee ( only when applicable, not covering the travel expenses to and from the Embassy or Consulate for applying a visa or other related documents)

The application is open from June 12 to July 7 and the results of acceptance will be announced by July 17 via email

Visit http://www1.csrsr.ncu.edu.tw/workshop/index.php for detail information about the workshop

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