A little more than two weeks ago, the WHISPERS 2014 (Workshop on Hyperspectral Image and Signal Processing: Evolution in Remote Sensing) conference ended (yes, I didn’t took the time to write about it before today!). The conference was held here, in Lausanne, at the Swiss Tech Center on the campus of EPFL.
I had the opportunity to organize and chair a special session dedicated to the processing of hyperspectral data in the context of planetary exploration on Wednesday. Five talks were scheduled, allowing us to take a little trip in the solar system:
- Sébastien Rodriguez (on Titan)
- Rachel Klima (on Mercury)
- Katrin Stephan (on Saturn icy satellites)
- Francesca Zambon (on Vesta)
- Tong Shuai (on Mars)
There was also seven posters, including mine. I presented a review of the works I’ve done using the Modified Gaussian Model (link in french). The pdf version of the poster can be downloaded here, or it can be viewed directly below.
Finally, I take advantage of this post to congratulate (once again) Rachel Klima, a.k.a. @pyroxena, who won one of the “Best paper” award!