The National Centre for Earth Observation (NCEO) and the Centre for Earth Observation Instrumentation (CEOI) invite you to a residential conference to showcase Earth Observation science and technology.
The conference will take place at the University of Bath, with en-suite accommodation in Bath University’s Quads hall of residence and will showcase the latest science results and technological innovations in Earth Observation. We are also planning a full programme of networking opportunities including a welcome drinks reception and barbeque on Tuesday 27th June; a poster session with drinks and informal dinner on Wednesday 28th; and on Thursday 28 June a poster session with drinks followed by a formal conference dinner at the historic Roman Baths’ Pump Room.
The full draft programme is published: NCEO CEOI Conference 2017 Programme and Delegate List final
Here is the book of abstracts: NCEO CEOI Conference 2017 book of abstracts
Information for delegates attending, including about accommodation and conference venue is published: NCEO CEOI Conference 2017 Information for Delegates
The conference will be held at Bath University’s Chancellors’ Building – Venue details and how to get there are here
Discounted rail travel to Bath for conference attendees can be booked through Great Western Railway
Car parking during the conference is free, but you need to display this parking permit: NCEO and CEOI Parking Permit
A map of the Bath University campus is published: Campus map
The conference will include talks, posters and exhibitions – on Earth Observation science and/or technology – in the following categories:
1. The Energy and Water Cycle
2. Environmental Hazards
3. Data Assimilation and Models
4. Climate and Long-term Datasets
5. Land-Atmosphere Interactions
6. Ocean and Ice
7. The Carbon Cycle
8. Working with Industry and Governments
9. Facilities, Technologies and Tools
The closing date for submission of abstracts was 12 May 2017.
If you wish to enquire about submitting an abstract after the closing date, email email@example.com