Student Poster Presentation (SPP-2021) — October 29, 2021

The call for student poster presentation (SPP-2021) includes the scientific themes that cover a wide range of Geoscience and Remote Sensing research areas and allow the formation of ideas on future Geospatial Technologies. The main objective of the Student Poster Presentation is to provide an opportunity for Geoscience and Remote Sensing Society (GRSS) student community to discuss and exchange ideas on issues, trends, and developments in Geoscience and Remote Sensing field. The complete call in pdf format.

The event on October 29, 2021, includes a half-day presentations by students on their ongoing research, and two expert talks on how to write research papers.

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TimeSPP Session DetailsExpert Jury Members 
8.50 to 9:00 am (IST)Introduction about IEEE GRSS and the Bangalore Chapter
9-10 am (IST)SPP-01: Modeling Landscape dynamics of Karnataka state, India Presented by Bharath Setturu, Research Scholar, IISc, Bangalore
SPP-02: Insights to riverscape dynamics for water sustenance   Presented by Vinay, Research Scholar, IISc, Bangalore
SPP-03: Indian Cities-Spatio-temporal Evolution and Growth Analysis Using Open-Source Geospatial Data Presented by Chandan MC, Research Scholar, IIT Kharagpur
SPP-04: Multivariate building damage model for scenario-based flood risk assessment using GIS Presented by Aishwarya Narendra, Research Scholar, IIT Kharagpur
1. Dr. Anil Kumar, Associate Professor, IIITDM, Jabalpur, MP
2. Dr. Shwetha HR, Assistant Professor, NITK Surathkal
10-11 am (IST)Invited talk on “How to write high quality research papers” by Prof. Avik Bhattacharya, CSRE, IITB, Mumbai
11:15am to 12:15pm (IST)SPP-05: Urban Environment: A case study of Bangalore Presented by Anindita Dasgupta, Research Scholar, IIIT Bangalore
SPP-06: Urban Sprawl in Hubli-Dharwad: Land Use Land Cover Change for Selected Wards, Presented by Parikshit P Kalasegowda, M.Tech Student, NITK Surathkal
SPP-07: Robust Deep learning model for Land Cover Segmentation from High resolution remote sensing images Presented by Priyanka, M. Tech Student, NITK Surathkal
SPP-08: Robust Deep learning model for bi-temporal change detection from Multispectral Satellite Images Presented by Basavaraju KS, Research Scholar, NITK Surathkal
1. Dr. Saroj K. Meher, Associate Professor, ISI Bangalore, Karnataka
2. Er. Nagajothi Kannan, RRSC-NRSC(ISRO), Bangalore
12.15 to 1:15pm (IST)Invited talk on “How to write high quality research papers in the remote sensing domain” by Dr. Biplab Banerjee, CSRE, IITB, Mumba



Dr. Shyam Lal, Vice Chair, IEEE GRSS Bangalore Section

Assistant Professor, Department of Electronics and Communication Engg., National Institute of Technology Karnataka, Surathkal, Mangaluru-575025 (Karnataka), India