First International Workshop on the Analysis of Multitemporal Remote Sensing Images

13-14 September 2001 - University of Trento, Trento, Italy


The analysis of multi-temporal remote-sensing images is one of the most important ways of using remote-sensing data. In particular, people working in several application domains related to environmental monitoring have recently devoted increasing attention to both change detection and analysis.

However, it is felt that the advances in change-detection methodologies have been under-illuminated with respect to other remote-sensing image analysis topics (e.g. classification). At the same time, the link between the end-users' needs and the scientific community seems too weak.

For this reason, we think that a high quality workshop, focusing on the methodological aspects of multi-temporal remote-sensing image analysis, is much needed. The workshop will address the scientific development in connection with real applications and end-user requirements.


The workshop's main goal is to assess the state of the art of both theory and applications in the analysis of multi-temporal remote-sensing images and geospatial data. This workshop should greatly contribute to define common research priorities according to end-users' needs, and its proceedings should become a unique, first-class reference for multi-temporal geospatial data analysis.

Organized by:

University of Trento

University of Trento

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Joint Research Centre
European Commission


IEEE Geoscience and 
Remote Sensing Society


Sponsored by:

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Italian Remote Sensing Association

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Istituto Trentino di Cultura
Centro per la ricerca scientifica e tecnologica 

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