The aim of this workshop is to bring together all the people involved in hyperspectral data processing, generally speaking.
– Signals, as provided by spectrometers and processed individually
– Images, from the ground using microscopes and spectrometers to airborne or satellite sensors, up to astrophysical data
– Models: models of the sensors or of the sensed scene, including physical considerations
we mean everything from the acquisition, the calibration to the analysis (image processing, signal processing, feature extraction, dimension reduction, unmixing and source separation, classification).
– Spectrometers and hyperspectral sensors : design and calibration
– Physical modeling, physical analysis
– Noise estimation and reduction
– Dimension reduction
– Unmixing, source separation, endmember extraction
– Segmentation, classification and detection
– High performance computing and compression
– Deep learning and artifical intelligence
As a matter of fact, spectrometry is now used in a wide range of domains, including:
– Airborne and satellite remote sensing,
– Monitoring of the environment, pollution, precision agriculture,
– Biomedical imagery
– Defense application
– Industrial inspection
– Food safety
– Detection of counterfeit products
– Biomedical imaging
The conference was to be held at the Beurs Van Belage, Amsterdam’s most in-demand conference venue. It is located just 15 min by train from Amsterdam Schiphol International Airport, and only steps aways from the Dam and the Royal Palace.