CALCON Technical Meeting
Meeting on Characterization and Radiometric Calibration for Remote Sensing
August 24–27, 2015
Calibration is becoming increasingly more challenging as measurement requirements for many of today's remote sensing applications become more stringent.
The Annual Meeting on Characterization and Radiometric Calibration for Remote Sensing provides a forum for scientists, engineers, and managers to present, discuss, and learn. Experts in the calibration community offer relevant knowledge and suggestions about calibration, characterization, and radiometric issues within the microwave, IR, visible, and UV spectral ranges.
Individuals developing measurement requirements for today’s and future sensor systems are encouraged to participate and help close the gap between expectations and real world experiences. The continuity and advancement of our calibration community depends on your participation. Your involvement can help you resolve problems in your own programs as you learn from the experiences of others. In some cases, these technical interactions can also be used to satisfy some of the training requirements of your home institution.
Dr. Ellen Stofan
Chief Scientist, NASA
Tuesday, August 25Full Bio