Curtin University has been running a seminar series referred to as the Spatial Sciences Colloquium series since 2014. These colloquia will also be taking place in 2018.
The aim is to provide a forum for spatial sciences professionals, practitioners and researchers to hear and discuss the latest developments and vision for future directions. The colloquium presentations will be conducted by academics and researchers who work at the forefront of spatial sciences technology and research including, GNSS, Geodesy, GIScience, Remote Sensing, Photogrammetry and Laser Scanning.
The colloquium events will occur approximately four times per year and provide the opportunity to bring together industry, government and academic partners to showcase spatial sciences achievements and research developments.
The Spatial Sciences Colloquium events are excellent opportunities to emphasise and promote the significance of spatial sciences within WA, Australia and globally.
The next colloquium will take place on Tuesday 8 May 2018 at 5pm. Ms Rebecca Ilehag from the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology in Germany will be presenting on UAV based multimodal remote sensing to assess the energy demand in urban areas.
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