41st EARSeL Symposium 2022 “Earth Observation for Environmental Monitoring”

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EARSeL is a scientific network of European remote sensing institutes, coming from both academia and the commercial/industrial sector. EARSeL is unique in that it represents the interests of these institutes rather than individuals. Currently, there are about 150 member laboratories . Every year EARSeL organizes thematic Workshops of Special Interest Groups (SIGs), but the main meeting is the annual Symposium, which aims to indicate the current trends in remote sensing. All scientists, professionals and researchers involved or interested in the themes of the Symposium are strongly encouraged to present papers according to the listed topics.


Symposium sessions

  • Atmospheric Remote Sensing and Modeling
  • Agroforestry, Forests, Agriculture and Food Security
  • Disaster Risk Reduction (Floods, Earthquakes, Landslides, etc.) and Resilient Society
  • Climate Changes and Desertification
  • Geoinformatics, Digital Twins and Smart Cities
  • Artificial Intelligence and Big Earth Data Analytics
  • Innovative Technologies in Remotely Sensed & In-situ Data (Drones, Field Spectroscopy, Sensors, etc.)
  • Marine Safety & Security and Marine Spatial Planning
  • Earth Observation Challenges: Open Science, Open Innovation, Digital Innovation Hubs, Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)

Special sessions

  • Wildfires Detection and Monitoring (Arnon Karnieli & Manuel Salvoldi)
  • EO Education & Training – From Space to Classroom (Alexander Siegmund & Premysl Stych)
  • Land Cover & Land Use Remote Sensing Techniques and Applications for Effective Climate Action (Gregory Giuliani & Birgitta Putzenlechner)
  • New Trends in Geological Remote Sensing (Konstantinos Nikolakopoulos, Christian Mielke & Aggeliki Kyriou)
  • Earth Observation for Water Resources Management in the Eastern Mediterranean Middle East North Africa (EMMENA) Region (Diofantos Hadjimitsis, Gunter Schreier, Haris Kontoes, Albert Ansmann, George Komodromos, Christiana Papoutsa, Silas Michaelides, Kyriacos Themistocleous, Vincent Ambrosia)


  • 5th EARSeL Workshop on Cultural and Natural Heritage (Monika Kuffer & Stefanos Georganos)
  • 6th EARSeL Workshop on Developing Countries "Earth Observation and the Global South" (Mario Hernandez & Jolanda Patruno)