Dear ISPRS2012 authors and delegates,
Allocations of Presentations
Notifications of presentation types will be sent out over the next few days. Some of you may have received this advice already. Descriptions of the different types of allocations are given at the end of this email. Please note that your abstract may have been transferred to a different Working Group than your expressed preference, based on the recommendations of the abstract reviewers.
Full Paper Peer Reviews
For authors of peer reviewed papers, you should have already been notified separately of the outcome of your reviews if you submitted a full paper to Technical Commissions II, III, IV or VII. Please note that your abstract may have been transferred to a different Working Group than your expressed preference, and if the transfer was to Technical Commissions I, V, VI or VIII then your full paper will not have been reviewed.
If you have not received your review outcome, you should contact the Chair of your Working Group. A full list of (de-identified) abstracts is available at
Based on the double blind peer review, some full papers have not been accepted for the peer reviewed ISPRS Annals of Photogrammetry, Remote Sensing and Spatial Information Science. These papers will be accepted for and will appear in the ISPRS Archives of Photogrammetry, Remote Sensing and Spatial Information Science, based on the review of the abstract only.
Submission of Full Papers
You must submit your final paper no later than April 16 (abstract only review) or April 23 (full paper review). Authors of full papers should make the necessary amendments to the paper based on the recommendations of the reviewers. All papers with required amendments will be subjected to a further review.
You must prepare your paper according to the guidelines for authors available at:http://www.isprs.org/documents/orangebook/app5.aspx
Please note, as a corresponding author you are expected to:
- Refer to the Abstract Number shown above in all correspondence about your paper.
- Inform your co-authors of the session allocation of the paper and forward to them any additional correspondence from ISPRS2012 regarding your paper.
- Ensure that the appropriate clearance has been obtained for all copyright material reproduced in the paper. If your article contains any copyrighted illustrations or imagery, you must include a statement of copyright such as: © SPOT Image Copyright 20xx, CNES. It is the responsibility of the authors to obtain any necessary copyright permission and ensure that all reproductions or quotations are attributed to the original source. The overall copyright of your article remains with you.
- Ensure that there is one unique registration for the paper to be included in the published proceedings. A participant may be the co-author of more than one paper, however each author may present only one paper at the conference, except for those authors of plenary papers and papers accepted for Technical Commission VI (including the Youth Forum). Payment of the registration fee by the Presenting Author must be made prior to the deadline of April 30, 2012.
If you have any questions regarding the technical program or presentations, please contact me at email@example.com
If you have any general queries regarding the conference, venue, registration, transport, accommodation or visas, please visit the web site www.isprs2012.org or contact the conference organiser, ICMS, at firstname.lastname@example.org
Prof. Mark Shortis
Technical Program Director
Session Allocation Types
Invited: Your presentation will be scheduled first in a Working Group, Theme or Special Session. You should prepare a presentation to suit a duration of 30 minutes. It is recommended that you have no more than 30 slides in your presentation.
Oral: Your presentation will be scheduled in a Working Group, Theme or Special Session. You should prepare a presentation to suit a duration of 15 minutes. It is recommended that you have no more than 15 slides in your presentation.
Short+Interactive: Your presentation will be scheduled in a Short Presentation session. You should prepare a presentation to suit a duration of no more than 3 minutes. It is recommended that you have no more than 3 slides in your presentation, or use a poster style of display. You will also have the opportunity of discussing your presentation with ISPRS2012 delegates using large electronic screens within the exhibit area and elsewhere in the conference venue.
Reserve: Your presentation will be scheduled as a Short+Interactive presentation, however in the case of changes to the program, you may be offered an opportunity to make an Oral presentation. You should prepare both a 15 minute presentation and a 3 minute presentation.