The Second International Remote Sensing & GIS Workshop Series

July 15 2009, Campus Center, ITB

Host : Remote Sensing and GIS Research Division, Faculty of Earth Sciences and Technology, ITB

 In cooperation with :

• Center for Remote Sensing (CRS), ITB

• Indonesian Society for Remote Sensing (MAPIN)

• Center for Environmental Remote Sensing (CEReS), Chiba University, Japan

• Department of Geography, Graduate School of Environmental Studies, Nagoya University, Japan

• Department of Landscape Ecology and GIS, Faculty of Agriculture, Tottori University, Japan

• Gadjah Mada University (UGM), Indonesia

• CReSOS, Udayana University, Indonesia

• National Institute of Aeronautics and Space (LAPAN), Indonesia

Introduction

Global and climate change phenomenon have been an important and attractive issues since the Global Change Conference 2007 in Bali. The countries of the world agree to adopt Bali Road Map as an international guidance for the agreement in the future climate change. One of the agreement points is to slow down the rate of gas emission from deforestation. Forest is one land cover that acts as the lungs of the world which must be preserved for the prosperity of human being.

At the other end, the growth of world population is an important component in land use change. As the population rises, there is a bigger need of land for settelement, agricultures, pastures and another infrastructures. These expansion will deteriorate the environment which cause land degradation. One of the example is the extensive use of land in high elevation for settlements or agricultures. These activities will end in one thing, disaster.

Population growth will surely extensive the use of land for human being. The improper and overload exploitations can result in man-made disaster. It even will have worsening effects if we add natural disasters such as earthquake, floods, landslides, volcanic eruptions, tsunami, etc. These disasters can destroy the balance between the existence and the use of land cover. It will also disharmonize the existence of human communities in certain areas.

Population growth cycle, land use – land cover change and disaster are the characteristics of Indonesia due to its geographical uniqueness which located in tropical reqion and between two continents and two oceans. It is important to understand this characteristics through a series of scientific activities which then result in finding solution related to demography, land use-land cover and disasters.

Therefore, Remote Sensing and GIS Research Division, Faculty of Earth Sciences and Technology, ITB in collaboration with the Center for Remote Sensing – ITB host this scientific activity with a theme ”The Second International Remote Sensing & GIS Workshop Series on Demography, Land Use-Land Cover and Disaster (IReSWS-DLUCD)”. The aim of this workshop is to focus the research on the use of remote sensing, GIS and spatial technology topics related to demography, land use-land cover and disaster in Asia and another countries. This activity hopefully will be participated from researchers, academics, vendors, NGO, remote sensing and spatial technology export within Indonesia or abroad.

Objective

To focus research topics on the use of remote sensing technology, GIS and other spatial technologies for demography, land use/land cover and disaster in Asia and other continents

Editorial Board

• Ishak Hanafiah Ismullah (Institute of Technology Bandung), Indonesia

• Dudung Muhally Hakim (Institute of Technology Bandung), Indonesia

• Ketut Wikantika (Institute of Technology Bandung), Indonesia

• Fumiaki Nishio (Chiba University), Japan

• Ryutaro Tateishi (Chiba University), Japan

• Josaphat Tetuko, S.S. (Chiba University), Japan

• Masatomo Umitsu (Nagoya University), Japan

• Ryota Nagasawa (Tottori University), Japan

• Projo Danoedoro (Gajah Mada University), Indonesia

• Takahiro Osawa (CreSOS, Udayana University), Indonesia

• Nur Hidayat (LAPAN), Indonesia

Call for Papers

Abstract submission

• Authors who wish to participate in the workshop must submit an abstract (one page only) consisting of a complete description of their ideas and applicable research results. Detailed specifications for the abstract content and format are provided below.

• The abstract is to be submitted electronically via email at office@crs.itb.ac.id. This abstract must be submitted by May 15, 2009.

• The status of all submissions will be available on the IReSWS 2009 website.

• Abstract submissions will be reviewed by experts selected by the editorial board for their demonstrated knowledge of particular topics. The progress and results of the review process will be posted on this website and authors will also be notified of the review results by email no later than June 1, 2009.

• If your abstract is accepted, you may choose to submit a full paper.

Topics

• Data acquisition and processing

• Data management and integration

• Algorithm and software development

• Image fusion

• Urban and rural remote sensing

• Agriculture remote sensing

• Landscape and Forestry

• Wetland and water resources

• Coastal zone management

• Population mapping

• Socio-economic, culture and poverty

• Disaster mitigation and assessment

• Decision support system

• Policy, education and training

Important dates

Abstract Submission (via email) January 5, 2009

Abstract Deadline May 15, 2009 Abstract Status Notification June 1, 2009

Registration Opens (via email) June 1, 2009

After June 1, 2009, you must register onsite at the workshop.

Full Paper Submission Deadline June 15, 2009

Registration

Indonesian Rp. 250,000, Non-Indonesian US$ 40

Proceedings

Only papers submitted and registered at the workshop will be published in the final IReSWS-approved proceedings (CD-ROM) and hence will be citable and searchable by the Engineering Index.

Secretariat

Center for Remote Sensing (CRS), ITB

Gedung LabTek IX-C, Lantai-3

Jl. Ganesha 10, Bandung (40132)

Indonesia

Telp. +62-22-2530701 Ext. 3660, 3644

Fax. +62-22-2530702

Email : office@crs.itb.ac.id

Website : http://crs.itb.ac.id

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