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Scientific Workshop on Hyperspectral Thermal Infrared Imaging

workshop-hyperspectral-imaging-2017
16.10.17 - 17.10.17

Telops 13th Annual Scientific Workshop on Hyperspectral Thermal Infrared Imaging

Herrsching am Ammersee

Join us for our Annual Scientific Workshop, this year in Munich, Germany!

Telops will be happy to greet you in Munich, Germany, for its 13th Annual Workshop on Hyperspectral Thermal Infrared Imaging. Click here or on the button below to register.

Call for papers

Would you like to present your work on hyperspectral imaging? Simply register below and follow the instructions.

Event Venue & Accommodation

The workshop will be held at the Ammersee Conference Centre in Herrsching. The workshop will last 1 day and a half.

We have negotiated special hotel rates at the Ammersee Conference Centre (€138), at the Seehof Herrsching Hotel (€118) & at the Ammersee Hotel (€130).

To place a reservation at the Ammersee Centre, please fill this form before August 6. To place a reservation at the Seehof Herrsching Hotel or at the Ammersee Hotel, just mention “Telops” when booking a room. These rooms will be held until October 1st and September 3 respectively.

To see where the hotels are located, take a look at our customized Google map.

Please also note that Telops will be delighted to offer dinner at the stunning Andechs Monastary on October 16. Come and enjoy an iconic Bavarian beer with us! We will provide transportation between the conference centre and the restaurant.

Three keynote speakers will be presenting:

Magnus Galfalk

Magnus Gålfalk, Ph.D., Linköping University

“Methane Imaging on a Landscape Level in Environmental Research”

Martin Schlerf

Martin Schlerf, Ph.D., Luxembourg Institute of Science and Technology (LIST)

“Thermal Hyperspectral Imaging for the Detection of Vegetation Type, Condition, and Processes”

Pierre-Yves Foucher, Ph.D., ONERA

“Quantification of Gaseous Effluent from Mobile and Standoff LWIR Hyperspectral Imagery. Performance Assessment for Methane Leaks Monitoring”