ISPRS Highlights Vol.10 No.4

December 2005



Table of Contents

  • Editorial, By S. Morain, ISPRS Treasurer (PDF Document)
  • ISPRS Society (PDF Document)
    • Call for Book Reviewers, by Q. Zhou, ISPRS Book Review Editor
    • Commission VII Scope and Structure, by J.van Genderen, President TC VII
    • Xi'an - Ancient Capital of China: Exploring Tourist Cities of China, part 1, by Chen Jun, ISPRS Congress Director
    • Certificate of Platinum Sponsor Issued to Leica Geosystem AG, by Chen Jun, ISPRS Congress Director
    • ISPRS Workshop '3D-ARCH 2005: Virtual reconstruction of Complex Architectures', by Emily Whiting, Department of Architecture, MIT, USA
    • Int. Symposium on Spatio-temporal modeling, spatial reasoning, spatial analysis, data mining and data fusion (STM'05), by Tang Yinming, Co-chair STM'05
    • Joint Workshop of ISPRS and German Association for Pattern Recognition on 'Object Extraction for 3D City Models, Road Databases and Traffic Monitoring - Concepts, Algorithms and Evaluation (CMRT05), by Franz Rottensteiner and Uwe Stilla
    • Laser Scanner 2005 Workshop, by Norbert Pfeifer, Delft University of Technology, The Netherlands
    • 7th Conference on Optical 3-D Measurement Techniques, by Gunther Retscher, TU Vienna
    • ISPRS and the ICSU, by Ian Dowman, ISPRS President
  • From Our Members (PDF Document)
    • Towards saving Africa's architectural heritage sites, by Heinz Ruether
    • KODAK International Educational Literature Award
    • 'Monitoring and Understanding a Dynamic Planet with Geodetic and Oceanographic Tools', by John Manning, Local Organizing Committee
    • Annual DGPF Conference, by Thomas Luhmann, President DGPF
    • First Int. Conference on Remote Sensing and Geoinformation Processing in the Assessment and Monitoring of Desertification and Land Degradation (RGLDD), by Achim Roder
    • ETH Zurich receives 4 awards in 2005, by Armin Gruen
  • ISPRS Sustaining Members (PDF Document)
  • Events Calendar (PDF Document)



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