LPS16 > Events
The following events will take place during the week of the Symposium:
Monday 9 May: Welcome event
Tuesday to Thursday: Poster session refreshments
Keynote speeches aiming to provide a state of the art overview on the use of Earth Observation in support to a specific theme will be given on Monday 9 May from 8:30 to 9:30, prior to the start of the conference.
The following table displays title and lecturer. Participation is restricted to registered applicants and attendance must be limited based on the room size. If you are interested in attending, please indicate this in the relevant section of the registration form.
|Observing Atmospheric Constituents from Space||Prof. Dr. John P. Burrows, University of Bremen|
|Advances in Solid Earth and Geodetic Research Driven by Data of Recent Satellite Missions||Prof. Ing. Pavel Novák, University of West Bohemia|
|Achievements of EO of the Cryosphere and future Challenges||Prof, Jonathan Bamber, University of Bristol|
|Observing Oceans from Space||
Dr. Anny Cazenave,
|State of the art in Earth Observation - Land Application||Prof. Dr. Ing. Karel Pavelka, Czech Technical University in Prague|
|Climate Variations and Earth Magnetic Field||Prof. Dr. Eigil Friis-Christensen, Danish National Space Center|