1 Third HYPER-I-NET School on Hyperspectral Imaging Data Processing: from hyperspectral images to information Collegio Ghislieri, P.za Ghislieri, Pavia, Italy September 8-11, 2009 Call for Participation: The Marie Curie Research Training Network on Hyperspectral Imaging research, called HYPER-I-NET and funded under the FP6 programme of the European Commission, is organizing in Pavia, Italy, a 4-day school on hyperspectral imaging. The school is scheduled to start on Tuesday September 8th, by 10:00, and to finalize on Friday, September 11th, by 15:00 (for general attendants) and by 17:00 (for members of the HYPER-I-NET Management Board). The school is intended for students (both at the MsC and PhD level) and researchers whose interests fall into the general area of remotely sensed hyperspectral imaging. The school will include in-depth tutorials and state-of-the-art presentations from leading experts in the field, including members of the HYPER-I-NET consortium and invited experts. Some of the researchers who have confirmed their presentation of tutorials at this school include: Dr. Antonio J. Plaza, University of Extremadura, Spain Dr. José Bioucas Dias, Instituto Superior Politecnico, Lisbon, Portugal Dr. Jan Clevers, Wageningen University, The Netherlands Dr. Jon Benediktsson, University of Iceland, Iceland Dr. Daniel Schläpfer, Dr. Francesco Dell'Endice and Dr. Andreas Hueni, Remote Sensing Laboratories at University of Zurich, Switzerland Dr. Rosa Loizzo, Italian Space Agency, Rome, Italy Dr. Luciano Alparone, University of Florence Italy Dr. Andreas Mueller, DLR, Oberpfaffenhofen, Germany Dr. Michal Shimoni, Royal Military Academy, Belgium Dr. Jenny Du, Mississippi State University, USA REGISTRATION: Attendance to the school requires a registration to be performed on-line using the corresponding web page at Registration includes attendance to all sessions, coffee breaks, lunches and the school social event. Registration fees are set according to the following table Early registration On-site registration (June 30th) Invited speakers free not available HYPER-I-NET ESR s and ER s free not available MsC or PhD students Researchers from HYPERINET institutions Other attendees Please note that the available seats for MsC or PhD students are limited (30), and will be assigned on a first-come firstserve basis.
2 LOCATION: The school will be held in Pavia, a small pleasant town about 20 miles south of Milano. Pavia hosts one of the first Universities in Europe, founded in 1371, and it is the place where Alessandro Volta in 1799 discovered electricity. Other distinguished alumni of Pavia were Porro, Golgi, Forlanini. The town is well connected by trains to Milano and is 20 miles from the Linate international airport. At a walking distance from the centre you will find the Visconti's Castle (1400), the Cathedral (1500), several churches which are considered masterpieces of the lombard-gothic architecture, and a downtown of narrow roads with a unique middle-age flavour. In the neighborhood you can also visit the magnificent Chatreuse (1500) and other famous castles (Belgioioso and Bereguardo). VENUE: The school will be held at the Collegio Ghislieri (http://www.ghislieri.it). Ghislieri Hall of Residence, situated in Pavia, is under the High Patronage of the President of the Republic. It was opened in 1567 by Pope St. Pius V, and its educational tasks and purposes aimed at young men endowed with wit and little resources were clearly outlined in the bull the Pope wrote for its inauguration, where he stated that sapientia cum probitate morum coniuncta humanae mentis perfectio (est) (wisdom coupled with probity makes the human mind perfect.) In 1569 the Pope guaranteed the institution s economic independence, which has lasted to the present day, by entrusting to it hundreds of acres of extremely fertile land that belonged to the Abbey of S. Pietro in Ciel d'oro and that were dominated by the massive Lardirago Castle, which the Hall still owns and is currently turning into a Centre for cultural activities. After the addition of the female wing in 1965, it operates nowadays under the supervision of the Ministry of the University and of the Scientific and Technological Research which recognize it as a highly qualified cultural institute. Those candidates wishing to enter the Hall (that is reserved for university students studying in Pavia) must first pass an open competitive examination designed to test their aptitude.
3 SCHOOL AGENDA Tuesday, September 8 th 10:00 Opening of the Third European School on Hyperspectral Imaging Welcome to Pavia (Paolo Gamba, UNIPV) Status of the HYPER-I-NET Network (Antonio J. Plaza, UNEX) 10:45 Coffee Break HYPER-I-NET Achievements and Forward Looking (Chair: Antonio J. Plaza, UNEX) 11:00 The new frontiers of hyperspectral imaging sensors Andreas Mueller, DLR 11:30 Tools and techniques for calibrating a sensor and Francesco Dell'Endice, validating its outputs UZH 12:00 Hyperspectral data processing: what's up Paolo Gamba, UNIPV 12:30 Hyperspectral applications beyond the corner Jan Clevers, WUR 13:00 Lunch Break Tutorial Session: Geometric effects in Imaging Spectroscopy (Daniel Schläpfer, UZH/ReSe) 14:00 Airborne image formation and (non-)uniformities All school participants Geocoding and Orthorectification Issues welcome 15:45 Coffee Break 16:15 Radiometric implications of acquisition geometry All school participants welcome 18:00 End of first day sessions Guided Visit to Pavia Historical Centre Wednesday, September 9 th Tutorial Session: Sensor Signal Simulation and Atmospheric Correction (Daniel Schläpfer, UZH/ReSe) 9:00 Use of Radiative Transfer Codes for At-Sensor signal All school participants simulation welcome 10:45 Coffee Break 11:15 Atmospheric correction methods and caveats All school participants welcome 13:00 Lunch Break Practical Session: Modtran and Atmospheric Correction (Daniel Schläpfer & Andreas Hueni, UZH/ReSe F Callieco, UNIPV) 14:30 Hands-on Session with ATCOR4 and MODO All school participants welcome 16:00 Coffee Break 16:30 A Graphical User Interface for 6S F. Callieco, UNIPV 17:00 "Hands-on session" on 6S, MODO, and SPECCHIO All school participants welcome 18:00 End of second day sessions 20:00 Dinner in Pavia
4 Thursday, September 10 th Tutorial Session: Hyperspectral Data Processing Tools (Chair: Antonio J. Plaza, UNEX) 9:00 Hyperspectral quality check using information theory Luciano Alparone, UNIFI 9:45 Spectral unmixing: the pros and cons José Bioucas Dias, ISP 10:25 Next frontier for classification tools: SVM and beyond Jon A. Benediktsson, UNIS 11:05 Coffee Break Tutorial Session: Hyperspectral Data Processing Tools (Chair: José Bioucas Dias, ISP) 11:25 High performance computing for hyperspctral data Antonio J. Plaza, UNEX 11:55 High performance compression of hyperspctral data Jenny Q. Du, Mississippi State University 12:25 Advanced methods for hyperspectral change detection Michal Shimoni, RMA 13:05 Lunch Break Hyperspectral Data Processing Student Contest (Coordinator: Paolo Gamba) 14:30 Evaluation of an unknown hyperspectral data set and information extraction (I) Students in teams 16:00 Coffee Break 16:30 Evaluation of an unknown hyperspectral data set and information extraction (II) Students in teams 18:00 End of third day sessions Friday, September 11 th Tutorial Session: Hyperspectral Data Processing Chains for Real Systems (Chair: Andreas Mueller, DLR) 9:00 EnMAP data processing chain Andreas Mueller, DLR 9:45 PRISMA: products and applications Rosa Loizzo, ASI 10:30 Coffee Break 11:00 APEX data processing chain Andreas Hueni, UZH 11:45 AISA data processing chain Lucie Homolova, SPECIM 12:30 Closing of the Third European School on Hyperspectral Imaging Results of the Student Contest (Paolo Gamba, UNIPV) Closing remarks (Antonio J. Plaza, UNEX) 13:00 Lunch Break 14:00 - HYPER-I-NET Governing Board 17:00 End of the meeting
5 IMPORTANT NOTICE REGARDING THE PRACTICE SESSION AND THE CONTEST Most of the activities of the Third European School on Hyperspectral Imaging will be held at Aula Goldoniana of the Collegio Ghislieri. However, the practice session on Wednesday, September 9th (afternoon) and the exercise session on Thursday, September 10 th (afternoon) will be held at the facilities of the European Centre for Research and Training in Earthquake Engineering (http//www.eucentre.it). A free bus service will be available at Collegio Ghislieri immediately after the lunch break on Wednesday and Thursday (at 14:00 pm sharp) for transportation of school attendants to the nearby facilities of the Engineering School. A map showing the location of the EUCENTRE in Pavia and one with the locations within EUCENTRE are shown below. LOCATION OF PRACTICE VENUE (EUCENTRE)
6 Practice Room LOCATION OF THE SCHOOL VENUE (Collegio Ghislieri) Getting to Collegio Ghislieri from Pavia train station (by foot): Starting from the train station, head northeast on Piazzale della Stazione toward Via Trieste and continue on Via Vincenzo Monti. Turn left at SS35/Viale Cesare Battisti. Turn right at Via Severino Boezio and continue on Via Cesare Ferreri. Turn right to stay on Via Cesare Ferreri and slight left at Piazza Italia. Turn right at Corso Strada Nuova and turn left at Corso Carlo Alberto. Continue on Via Carlo Goldoni and slight left at Piazza Collegio Ghislieri. Destination will be on your right. Getting to Collegio Ghislieri from Pavia train station (by bus):
7 Starting from the train station, take bus number 3, direction Montebolone, till Scopoli bus stop (6 th stop). Then, by foot, head west on Via Antonio Giovanni Scopoli toward Via Alessandro Volta. Turn right at Via Alessandro Volta and turn left at Piazza Collegio Ghislieri. Destination will be on your left. Getting to Collegio Ghislieri from the highway: Coming from Milano or Genova: take the Milano-Genova A7 highway, exit "Bereguardo", then the free highway to Pavia (10 km). Take the exit toward Pavia/Via Riviera and Slight right at Via Adda. Turn left at Via San Lanfranco Beccari/SP130. Continue to follow SP130. At the roundabout, take the 3rd exit onto SS35/Viale Cesare Battisti, continue to follow SS35. Turn right at Viale Giacomo Matteotti and continue straight onto Piazza Castello. Turn right at Corso Cairoli, turn left at Via Carlo Goldoni. Slight left at Piazza Collegio Ghislieri. Destination will be on the right. Street map of Pavia can be downloaded at (552KB) Piece-wise downloading at:
8 ACCOMMODATION: A limited number of single/double rooms (around 10) will be available at Collegio Ghislieri at a rate of 60 per person and per night (including breakfast). These rooms will be provided upon requests to the speakers of the school only. A budget accommodation for students at one of the colleges of the University of Pavia (to be defined) at a rate of 47 per night + breakfast. These rooms are available starting on Tuesday 8 th and will be provided upon request to PhD students and HYPERINET ESR s and ER s only. For all participants, the following hotels are recommended due to their quality and proximity to the school venue. In all cases, reservations should be made directly with the hotels. It is highly recommended to make the reservation as soon as possible since the hotel capacity of Pavia is limited. In all cases, prices are just orientative and may differ at the time of reservation. Hotel Moderno 4* - (1.9 km from Collegio Ghislieri) V.le V. Emanuele, Pavia Tel: Fax: Number of rooms: 52 URL: Orientative price range: 125 (single room, tax and buffet breakfast included) Hotel Aurora 2* - (1.9 km from Collegio Ghislieri) V.le V. Emanuele, Pavia Tel: Fax: URL: Orientative price range: 55 (single room) + 6 (breakfast) Hotel Excelsior 3* - (2 km from Collegio Ghislieri) Piazzale Stazione, Pavia Tel: Fax: URL: Orientative price range: 60 (single room) + 6 (breakfast) Hotel Rosengarten 3* - (2.5 km from Collegio Ghislieri) Via Lombroso, 21
9 27100 Pavia Tel: Fax: URL: Hotel Plaza 4* - (9.5 km from Collegio Ghislieri) Via Togliatti, S.Martino Siccomario (PV) Tel: Fax: URL: Hotel Le Gronde 4*- (10.5 km from Collegio Ghislieri) Via Togliatti, Cava Manara (PV) Tel: Fax: URL: More information can be obtained at: Informazioni Accoglienza Turistica Pavia Piazza Petrarca, 4 Mon-Fri 8:30-12:30 am, 2:00-5:00 pm tel fax Tour agencies: Happy Tour Corso Cavour, Pavia (PV) Blu Vacanze C.so Cavour, 21 tel. 0382/ fax 02/ TRAVEL INFORMATION: Pavia lies on the railway connecting Milan (Milano) with Genoa (Genova). Most trains call in Pavia after departing from, or calling in, either Milan or Genoa. Milan is however much closer to Pavia (30 km) than Genoa (120 km) and thus if you are considering taking a plane, we suggest that you give priority to landing in Milan. From Milan, trains to Pavia depart from the following stations: Milano Central Railway Station ("Milano Centrale")
10 Milano Lambrate Milano Rogoredo Milano Porta Garibaldi Milano Greco Pirelli From Genoa, trains depart from the following stations: Genova Piazza Principe Genova Brignole Genova Nervi Please refer to the Italian Railway web site (http://www.trenitalia.com/en/index.html) for up-to-date timetables. You may write "Milan" as place of departure or arrival to mean "any train station in Milan", the same applies for "Genoa". As an alternative, a bus service is operated between Milan and Pavia by the SILA bus company. Most buses depart from Milan at the Famagosta bus station (which is also an underground station). Timetables can be found on the SILA web site (http://www.sila.it/pdf_orari/175.pdf) or on the regional transport web site (http:// /trl_index.htm), unfortunately both in Italian. Buses however depart approx. every 15 to 30 minutes from 6 AM to 8 PM, and the ride lasts between 37 min (express) and 1h10m (omnibus). The buses arrive in Pavia at the Central Bus Station which is about 100 m away from Pavia railway station, as visible in mid-height, leftmost part of the detail map below. The train station (STAZIONE F.S.) can be located by visually following the solid black lines marking railways, the bus terminal is located in the nearby via Trieste, marked by a bus clip-art.
11 Getting to Pavia by plane: "Reasonable" airports are, in increasing distance order, Milano Linate (LIN), Milano Malpensa (MXP), Milano Orio al Serio (BGY) and Genova Cristoforo Colombo (GOA). From GOA take the shuttle to the Porta Principe Station and then a train to Pavia (see section "by train"). From LIN, MXP, BGY you may take a taxi or a shuttle to Milano Centrale railway station, then refer to "by train" section. From LIN you may also take bus # 73 to M1 SAN BABILA underground station, then the underground to the Central Railway Station. Direct shuttle service to Pavia from LIN, MXP, BGY is actually available, but with only a few rides a day; moreover it is often suspended and thus unreliable. We recommend that you check the airport web sites ( for LIN, MXP and (http://www.sacbo.it/airpor/portalprocess.jsp?languageid=2 for BGY ) and dial the numbers provided to ask for confirmation before planning to take the direct shuttle to Pavia.
12 The shuttle buses arrive in Pavia at the Central Bus Station which is about 100 m away from Pavia railway station. There you may follow the "by train" directions. Getting to Pavia by car: If you travel by car from Milano or Genoa you should drive through the A7 Highway (Milano-Genova); to get into Pavia take the Bereguardo (Pavia Nord ) exit, then go through the 'Raccordo per Pavia' straight to its end. At this point take the "tangenziale Ovest" of Pavia, direction "Pavia Nord" and finally drive out at the "Istituti Universitari" exit. If you have rent a car at Linate airport, take the "Tangenziale Est", then the "Tangenziale Ovest", (follow "Genova" signs) and finally get into the A7 Highway (direction "Genova"). If you have rent a car at Malpensa airport take the A8 Highway, direction "Milano" or "Tangenziale Ovest", then get into the "Tangenziale Ovest", direction "Genova". Finally drive into the A7 Highway (direction "Genova"). CONTACT AND FURTHER INFORMATION: For any further information, please contact: Paolo Gamba Dipartimento di Elettronica Università di Pavia Via A. Ferrata, Pavia Italy Tel.: E-mai: paolo.gamba-at-unipv.it
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