GSIS Honors Prof. John van Genderen’s 80th Birthday with Special Issue on Remote Sensing

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In celebration of the 80th birthday of GSIS Associate Editor, Professor John van Genderen from ITC, the Netherlands, Geo-spatial Information Science (GSIS) is inviting submissions for a special issue on Remote sensing: past, present, and future trends to honor his contributions to the field.

Prof. van Genderen has been a pioneer in the remote sensing field for over 50 years, focusing on research in image processing, image and data fusion, SAR interferometry, and signal processing.

This special issue aims to reflect on the advancements made in remote sensing over the last five decades, explore the current state of remote sensing, and contemplate future trends in the field.

Original research papers or review articles on any topic related to remote sensing are welcome for submission. Potential topics include:

  • History of remote sensing
  • New applications of remote sensing
  • Digital urban twins
  • New developments in image and data fusion
  • SAR interferometry
  • The impact of AI in remote sensing
  • The role of location intelligence
  • The contribution of Big Data to remote sensing analysis
  • The role of drones in field verification

The deadline for full paper submissions is August 1, 2024, and the deadline for finalized manuscripts is October 31, 2024. The special issue is scheduled to be published in the first quarter of 2025.

Dr. Christine Pohl, the Project Leader of Urban Digital Twin Wuppertal, Division Surveying, Cadastre and Geo Data in Wuppertal, Germany, will serve as the Guest Editor for this issue.

All submissions should be made through the Taylor & Francis Submission Portal at

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