International Conference of Environmental Remote Sensing and GIS (ICERS)

Conference announcement and call for abstracts

Join the forefront of environmental innovation at the International Conference of Environmental Remote Sensing and GIS. This event unites global experts and enthusiasts to share the latest advancements in remote sensing and GIS technologies, offering fresh perspectives on tackling environmental challenges. Engage in rich discussions on climate change, sustainable development, and resource management. This conference is an ideal platform for collaboration and presenting your activities and research in remote sensing and GIS.

Conference topics:

  • Remote Sensing for Environmental Monitoring
  • GIS for Sustainable Development
  • Disaster Management and Response
  • Conservation and Biodiversity
  • Innovations in spatial data-acquiring technologies
  • Multicriteria decision-making and GIS
  • Climate Change mitigation politics
  • Data interoperability
  • Artificial intelligence and big data

Conference date: 11th and 12th July 2024

Conference venue: National and University Library, Hrvatske bratske zajednice 4, Zagreb, Croatia (45°47’48.2″N 15°58’39.1″E)

Organizer: University of Zagreb Faculty of Geodesy

Language: English

The conference fee is free of charge for authors and attendees.

Conference deadlines:

  • 21st April 2024 – Abstract submission
  • 19th May 2024 – Full paper submission (up to 8 pages)
  • 30th June 2024 – Registration
  • 11th and 12th July 2024 – ICERS Conference (Zagreb, Croatia)

Keynote lecturer: Full. Prof. Geoffrey M. Henebry
Michigan State University, Department of Geography, Environment, and Spatial Sciences & the Center for Global Change & Earth Observations, United States of America
Geoff Henebry is a tenured full Professor with split appointment between the Department of Geography, Environment, and Spatial Sciences and the Center for Global Change and Earth Observations at Michigan State University. His research interests are broad, but a recurrent theme is the use of remote sensing and geospatial technologies to study environmental patterns and processes, including quantitative analysis and modeling of land surface phenology and land cover land use change.

Registration and abstract submission

Full papers will be published after a double-blind review process. All accepted papers (up to 8 pages) will be published in conference proceedings (hard copy and digital). Presentation of the accepted papers is possible in person (Zagreb, Croatia) or online (via MS Teams platform). The capacities for online presentations are full – Thank you.

Submit your abstract using online form: https://forms.gle/pwTXfxNGYv23qcLT6

Register your participation in the conference using online form: https://forms.gle/3zy68N6gdjscY43T9

Scientific committee:

  • Assoc. Prof. Mateo Gašparović (president), Croatia
  • Prof. Geoffrey Henebry, USA
  • Assoc. Prof. Vincenzo Ferrara, Italy
  • Assoc. Prof. Sudhir Kumar Singh, India
  • Assoc. Prof. Gordana Kaplan, Turkey
  • Assoc. Prof. Federico Martinelli, Italy
  • Sergej Baričević, PhD, Croatia
  • Dino Dobrinić, PhD, Croatia
  • Iva Gašparović, PhD, Croatia
  • Valentas Gružauskas, PhD, Lithuania
  • Txomin Hermosilla, PhD, Canada
  • Damir Klobučar, PhD, Croatia
  • Andrea Pietrelli, PhD, Italy
  • Ivan Pilaš, PhD, Croatia
  • Ronald Pöppl, PhD, Austria
  • Dorijan Radočaj, PhD, Croatia
  • Imelda Somodi, PhD, Hungary
  • Yongze Song, PhD, Australia
  • Antonio Tupek, PhD, Croatia

Organizing committee:

  • Assoc. Prof. Mateo Gašparović (president)
  • Prof. Mladen Zrinjski
  • Prof. Robert Župan
  • Sergej Baričević, PhD
  • Dino Dobrinić, PhD
  • Dorijan Radočaj, PhD
  • Antonio Tupek, PhD
  • Filip Radić, MSc
  • Marijo Seničić, MSc

For all other details, visit the conference website: https://alcar.geof.hr/icers

For any other questions and information contact us via mail: icers@geof.unizg.hr

The conference is organized as part of the project Assessment of the Long-term Climatic and Anthropogenic Effects on the Spatio-temporal Vegetated Land Surface Dynamics in Croatia using Earth Observation Data (ALCAR) funded by the Croatian Science Foundation.

Due to the limited number of places, please register for participation as soon as possible to secure your place at the conference.

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