Rasters Rev 2018: Call for presentations

Once again, Rasters Revealed wants to offer a mix of talks and workshops to our delegates.

As such, the Call for Presentations is asking for speakers and providers of both types of content delivery.

Please use this online form…

http://ow.ly/AaIe30gkqlc

…to register your willingness to provide either a talk or a workshop. If you’d like to offer more than one talk or workshop, or a mix of the two, then you’ll need to fill in the form separately for each.

The deadline for entries is January 31st 2018 EDIT: 26th Feb 2018 but get in sooner rather than later as it’s anticipated that uptake will be high for this event.

The topics can be proposed at any level from novice to advanced audiences, and can be on any topic to do with creating, managing, analysing and disseminating spatial raster data, preferably with some link to the theme of time-series and temporal data. This doesn’t need to be confined to terrestrial systems, and can include planetary data, bathymetry, atmospheric model data to name a few.

As a guide, workshops will need to be designed for about 20 people who will be required to bring their own laptops. The need for any data or software that should be downloaded prior to the workshop can be communicated through the Rasters Revealed website in advance by the organiser.

Agenda coming soon…

There has been a brilliant response to the Call for Presentations, which is now closed.  A large number of very interesting talks and workshops have been submitted!  The Raster Revealed organisers are currently assessing each submission and filling the conference agenda.  Many thanks to everyone who has submitted an abstract: we will be in touch soon with more information!

After having got in touch with the presenters, and confirmed arrangements, the Raster Revealed Agenda will be published.

If you haven’t yet registered, please do so here.

Call for Presentations

From the responses to the Survey of Wants (which will remain open until December, so if you have a view on specific topics you’d like included then make sure you have your say) it is clear that a mix of talks and workshops is favoured.

As such, the Call for Presentations is asking for speakers and providers of both types of content delivery.

Please use this online form

…to register your willingness to provide either a talk or a workshop. If you’d like to offer more than one talk or workshop, or a mix of the two, then you’ll need to fill in the form separately for each.

The deadline for entries is December 21st 2016.

The topics can be proposed at any level from novice to advanced audiences, and can be on any topic to do with creating, managing, analysing and disseminating spatial raster data. This doesn’t need to be confined to terrestrial systems, and can include planetary data, bathymetry, atmospheric model data to name a few.

As a guide, workshops will need to be designed for up to 15-20 people who will be required to bring their own laptops. The need for any data or software that should be downloaded prior to the workshop can be communicated through the Rasters Revealed website in advance by the organiser.