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International Conference on Earth Observations & Natural Hazards 2017

ICEO&NH (International Conference on Earth Observations & Natural Hazards), yearly international scientific conference, is organized by Institute of Geography (IG) and Taiwan Group on Earth Observations (TGEO), bringing together scientists, who are involving with earth observations & natural hazards from all over the world.

After Hanoi kickoff conference held in 2016, ICEO&NH 2017 will take place in IG, Vietnam Academy of Science and Technology (VAST), from November, 22th to 26th, 2017.

Address: A27 building, No. 18, Hoang Quoc Viet Rd., Cau Giay Dist., Hanoi, Vietnam.

The theme covers many aspects of Earth observations and natural hazards as well as contribution of scientific knowledge to sustain the development of our Earth, and resolve the problems the Earth has to face.


Institute of Geography is a National Institute under Vietnam Academy of Science and Technology. Its tasks are carried out to conduct scientific and technological research in the fields of synthetically natural conditions, resources and related socio-economic aspects to build a scientific basis for national and regional socio-economic development planning, participating in the appraisal of sustainable use of resources and environmental protection for socio-economic development projects and applying modern technologies (remote sensing, information technology, automation, cartography, etc.) in geographical studies.


Taiwan Group on Earth Observations is a non-governmental organization (NGO) founded by Prof. Academician Yuei-An Liou with members from industry and academia in August 2010. Its goal is to carry out the projects of earth observations supported by the G8 summit of the United Nation in order to find out the solutions or precaution against natural calamities and reduce the impact of disasters, and brings out sustainable development of the earth against global warming and the anomalous climate.

Call for Sessions

The format of the conference will be based on thematic sessions, organized around problems that communities of earth observation scientists face.

The definitive list of the sessions will be announced in the second circulation, which will be disseminated in the middle of 2017, with the names of session conveners.

At this stage, we launch a Call for Sessions: everybody or any scientific research group wanting to propose the organization of a session is asked to send an email beforeApril 30, 2017 to the secretary of the conference ( providing the theme and a short description of his/her proposition, and possibly already a first list of invited speakers and potential participants. Paper sessions as well as (panel) discussion sessions can be proposed.

Themes and Topics

The International Conference on Earth Observations & Natural Hazards 2017 (ICEO&NH 2017) will be held to provide a platform for the presentation and discussion of geospatial technologies for natural hazards covered by but not limited to the following topics:

Sensors and applications

  • Small satellite programs

  • Airborne remote sensing and applications

  • UAV/UAS remote sensing and applications

  • Hyperspectral remote sensing

  • Microwave Sensors/SAR/InSAR/D-InSAR

  • Laser Sensors/LIDAR

  • Digital Camera

  • Others

Geospatial technologies for natural hazards

  • Forest fire

  • Flood

  • Landslide

  • DroughtCoastal and ocean pollution

  • Water source pollution

  • Atmosphere and weather

  • Desertification and land degradation

  • Others

Integrated applications and others

  • RS/GIS/GPS integrated applications

  • Web GIS and Mobile mapping

  • Algorithm and Modeling

  • Change detection

  • Automatic/Intelligent processing

  • Data fusion and data mining

  • Others

Important Due Dates

– Session proposal deadline: April 30, 2017

– Abstract due: July 1, 2017

– Abstract acceptance: July 15th, 2017

– Extend abstract: August, 15th, 2017

Programme overview

November 21:

* Registration at conference venue

* Morning: Plenary Opening Session with welcome and Keynote Presentations

* Afternoon: Parallel paper and discussion sessions

* Evening: Guided excursion through Hanoi.

November 22:

* Morning: Plenary Opening Session with welcome and Keynote Presentations

* Afternoon: Technical Sessions and Student Session

November 23:

* Capacity-building workshop

November 24-26:

* Field trips


Registration is now open. We intend to keep the costs at a minimum rate, so as to encourage the widest possible participation, especially of students and young researchers.

We expect the registration fee to be around 150USD for the regular participants, 100USD for students and young researchers and 100USD for early bird.

Click here for Registration.


Dr. Nguyen Thanh Hoan

Dr. Nguyen Kim Anh

MSc. Vo Trong Hoang


The Conference will enhance your knowledge, widen your network and expand your vision while providing a relaxing and memorable time in Hanoi. We look forward to welcoming you.

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