Invitation to Apply for 2018 Remote Sensing Travel Awards

On behalf of Prof. Dr. Clement Atzberger, the Section Editor-in-Chief of the open access journal Remote Sensing (ISSN 2072-4292), we are delighted to announce the opening of the 2018 Travel Award competition sponsored by Remote Sensing.

Two Travel Awards (800 Swiss Francs each) will be granted to postdoctoral researchers or PhD students to attend conferences in 2018.

We are accepting applications for these awards until 28 February 2018. Please find additional details and apply at http://www.mdpi.com/journal/remotesensing/awards and submit the required documents to us to remotesensing@mdpi.com

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Update on Australia’s Space Industry Capability Review

In August 2017 EOA (formerly AEOCCG) compiled and submitted a response to this review on behalf of the Australian Earth Observation community.  

Our  submission, along with 139 others and three very interesting overview reports, can be found at the links below:

  • Non-confidential submissions to the Review of Australia’s Space Industry Capability are now publicly available on Consultation Hub
  • Three reports commissioned by the department to assist the ERG, are now available on the Review’s webpage. 

Earth Observation Australia Steering Committee Nominations

It’s time to get down to serious work on Australia’s Earth Observation Community Plan for 2026. We have based our process on that used to implement Australia’s Long term Ecosystem Science Plan.
 
Do you want to play an active role in shaping and building a strong future for Australia’s Earth Observation Communities and our roles in the new Space Economy?  Then consider nominating for the Earth Observation Australia – Steering Committee. 
 
Anyone from the Australian Earth Observation community is welcome to self-nominate to become a member.  Nominations are open now and will close at 17:00hrs on Friday, 1 December 2017.

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