Opening ceremony

Chair: Prof. Jianya Gong


Address by Leaders of Department of Science and Technology of Hubei Province

Address by Leaders of Wuhan University

Address by Experts of ISPRS


Group photo of participating experts

Plenary talk

Chair: Prof. Yongjun Zhang


  • 1.  Prof. Deren Li, Wuhan University

From Luojia Satellites to Orient Smart Eye Constellation - Software-defined Intelligent Remote Sensing Satellites

  • 2.  Prof. Christian Heipke, Leibniz University Hannover

Satellite Image Times Series Processing for Forest Monitoring


Tea Break


3. Prof. Orhan Altan, Istanbul Technical University

FACTS We Know and Taking any Action? --About Climate Change and Geospatial Sciences

4. Prof. Hui Lin, Jiangxi Normal University

Exploration and Practices of Remote Sensing in Cloudy and Rainy Environments


Conference buffet at East Lake International Conference Center Wuhan

Plenary talk

Chair: Prof. Jie Jiang


5. Prof. Sisi Zlatanova, UNSW Sydney

Urban Digital Twins: data integration challenges

6. Prof. Wenzhong Shi, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University

AI for urban object recognition and change detection

7.Prof. Ayman Habib, Purdue University

Near Proximal and Proximal Sensing for High Throughput Phenotyping

  • 8.  Research Prof. Qin Yan, Chinese Academy of Surveying and Mapping

Remote sensing monitoring of natural resources in the Yangtze River Delta

Product Announcement

Chair: Prof. Zhi Gao


Leica New Product Announcement


Luojia.AI: New Generation Remote Sensing Image Intelligent Interpretation Platform Announcement


Gala Dinner at East Lake International Conference Center Wuhan



15th October

Location: Sub-Venues at East Lake International Conference Center

Sub-Venues Track 1:

Sensors and Data Acquisition

Session I: LiDAR and Active Remote Sensing Detection

Session Host: Qingzhou Mao


  • 1.  Prof. Xuan Wang,School of Remote Sensing Information Engineering, Wuhan University

History of Atmospheric LIDAR Development and Future Trends

  • 2.  Prof. Guoqing Zhou, Guilin University of Technology

Topic to be determined

  • 3.  Associate Prof. Tianwen Wei, Nanjing University of Information Engineering

Application of Doppler Lidar in Precipitation Remote Sensing

  • 4.  Associate Professor Shuo Shi, State Key Laboratory of Surveying, Mapping and Remote Sensing Information Engineering, Wuhan University

Airborne Hyperspectral Lidar Imaging Technology and Its Applications

  • 5.  Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd

Topic to be determined

Session II: High-Resolution Hyperspectral Space Camera

Session Host: Shaoju Wang


  • 1.  Senior Scientist Jianfeng Yang, Xi'an Institute of Optics and Precision Mechanics of CAS

Topic to be determined

  • 2.  Senior Scientist Yongchao Zheng, China Aerospace Science and Technology Corporation (CASC) 5th Academy, 508 Research Institute

Topic to be determined

  • 3.  Associate Scientist Zongxuan Li, Changchun Institute of Optics, Fine Mechanics and Physics of CAS

Topic to be determined

  • 4.  Associate Prof. Xuemin Zhang, School of Remote Sensing Information Engineering, Wuhan University

Topic to be determined

Session III: Radar Remote Sensing and Data Processing

Session Host: Jie Dong

  • 1.  Senior Scientist Yinan Li, China Academy of Space Technology (CASC) 5th Academy, 504 Research Institute

Integrated Aperture Microwave Radiation Passive Detection Technology and Its Application.

  • 2.  Yu Liang, Senior Engineer, Hubei Province Ocean Radar Technology Innovation Team/Wuhan AeroTech Co., Ltd.

New-Generation MIMO High-Frequency Beyond-Line-of-Sight Radar System.

  • 3.  Prof. Bin Pan, School of Remote Sensing Information Engineering, Wuhan University

Topic to be determined

Sub-Venues Track 2:

Remote Sensing Data Processing and Information Extraction

Session I: Remote Sensing Image Quality Enhancement

Session Host: Jun Li, Sen Jia                  


  • 1.  Prof. Yaozhong Pan, Beijing Normal University

Exploring Key Issues in Large-Scale High Precision Automatic Crop Mapping

  • 2.  Prof. Yanchen Bai, Beijing Normal University

Spatio-temporal statistical methods for fusion of multi-source remote sensing data

  • 3.  Senior Scientist Fang Chen, Institute of Space and Astronautical Information Innovation Chinese Academy of Sciences

Disaster Remote Sensing Methods and Applications

  • 4.  Prof. Weihua Dong, Beijing Normal University

Research on Intelligent Detection Methods of Remote Sensing Targets Based on Human Visual Attention Mechanisms

  • 5.  Senior Scientist Hua Wu, University of Electronic Science and Technology/Institute of Geographic Sciences and Resources, Chinese Academy of Sciences

Joint kernel-driven and fusion technique for spatial resolution enhancement of surface temperature

  • 6.  Prof. Hanwen Yu, University of Electronic Science and Technology

GRACE Image Denoising Processing

Session II: Intelligent Interpretation of Remote Sensing Images

Session Host: Peijun Du, Xian Sun                      


  • 1.  Prof. Peijun Du,Nanjing University

Ensemble-based transfer learning for remote sensing image intelligent processing

  • 2.  Senior Scientist Xian Sun, Institute of Space and Astronautical Information Innovation, Chinese Academy of Sciences

Foundation Model for Multimodal Sensing Interpretation: Methods  and Remote Practices

  • 3.  Prof. Haifeng Li, Central South University 

Memory Model for Understanding High-Resolution Remote Sensing Imagery in an Open Environment

  • 4.  Prof. Chao Tao, Central South University

Visual Foundation Modeling for Remote Sensing

Session III: Vector Mapping of Remote Sensing Imagery

Session Host: Guisong Xia                 


  • 1.  Prof. Guisong Xia, Wuhan University

Topic to be determined 

  • 2.  Prof. Xinggang Wang, Huazhong University of Science and Technology

MapTRv2: An End-to-End Framework for Online Vectorized HD MapConstructione

Session IV: 3D Modeling of Remote Sensing Imagery

Session Host: Qing Zhu, Ruisheng Wang                    


  • 1.  Prof. Qing Zhu, Southwest Jiaotong University 

Key Technology for Realistic 3D Modeling of Satellite Images

  • 2.  Prof. Ruisheng Wang, Shenzhen University 

A standard dataset and reconstruction framework for 3D reconstruction of houses based on aerial laser point clouds

  • 3.  Associate Professor Wei Yao, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University

Highly Trust worthy Fusion of Air-Ground Multi-Source Data for Realistic 3D Modeling

  • 4.  Prof. Han Hu, Southwest Jiaotong University

Generative LOD Building Modelling in Urban Environment

  • 5.  Associate Professor Yiping Chen, Sun Yat-sen University 

3D point cloud large-scale building semantics and instance segmentation

  • 6.  Postdoctoral Fellow, Zhi Zheng, Chinese University of Hong Kong

3D Terrain Generation Based on Hybrid Feature Fusion Networks

Session V: Frontiers in Urban Remote Sensing

Session Host: Wenzhong Shi

  • 1.  Academician Wenzhong Shi, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University

Topic to be determined 

  • 2.  Prof. Zhenzhong Chen, Wuhan University

Visual Intelligence for Smart Transportation

  • 3.  Prof. Peifeng Ma, The Chinese University of Hong Kong

Exploring the Practice of InSAR Monitoring and AI Interpretation for Deformation of Urban Buildings and Infrastructures

Sub-Venues Track 3:

Theory and methods of Remote sensing

Session I: Remote Sensing Common Parameter Inversion And Products

Session Host: Tao He


  • 1.  Assistant Professor Xiaopeng Song, The University of Maryland

Towards high resolution global crop mapping

  • 2.  Senior Scientist Linlu Mei,Universität Bremen

Remote sensing of atmospheric and surface parameters: theory, inversion, data and applications

  • 3.  Prof. Wenfeng Zhan,Nanjing University

Satellite thermal infrared remote sensing of urban climate and urban warming

  • 4.  Associate Scientist Jiangyuan Zeng,Aerospace Information research Institute, Chinese Academy of Sciences

A physically-based and all-weather soil moisture index for soil moisture variation monitoring

  • 5.  Aojie Shen,Chongqing Technology and Business UniversityJie Shao,The Hong Kong Polytechnic University

Spectral harmonization Landsat-8 and Sentinel-2A: The Matching bands Adjustment before Missing bands Prediction method

Session Ⅱ: Atmospheric parameter inversion

Session Host: Feiyue Mao


  • 1.  Senior Scientist Zhengqiang Li,Aerospace Information research Institute, Chinese Academy of Sciences

Topic to be determined 

  • 2.  Associate Professor Xinyi Dong,Nanjing University

Long-term change trend of volatile organic compounds from natural sources based on remote sensing and model combination

  • 3.  Associate Professor Wei Wang,Central South University

Optical thickness inversion of hour-class aerosols of stationary satellites FY-4B/AGRI based on dynamic spectral reflectance method

  • 4.  Li Fang,China Siwei Surveying and Mapping Technology Co., Ltd

Aerosol optimization inversion and application based on Gaofen-5 DPC data

Session Ⅲ: Inversion of land surface vegetation parameters                    

Session Host: Feng Tian


  • 1.  Prof. Yelu Zeng, China Agricultural University

Structural complexity biases vegetation greenness measures

  • 2.  Prof. Lei Fan, Southwest University

Carbon sink pattern of northern forests based on passive microwave remote sensing

  • 3.  Prof. Meng Ran, Huazhong Agricultural University

UAV Agricultural Remote Sensing Monitoring and Diagnosis

  • 4.  Associate Professor Mosong Wu, Nanjing University

Multi-source remote sensing data-supported carbon cycle and data assimilation of terrestrial ecosystems

  • 5.  Xu Zhang, Lijun Lu, Chinese Academy of Surveying and Mapping

LiDAR-assisted forest canopy height estimation method based on BP neural network

Session Ⅳ:Inversion of water parameters

Session Host Liqiao Tian


  • 1.  Senior Scientist Xiaomin Ye, National Satellite Marine Application Center

China Ocean Color Satellite Parameter Inversion and Standard Products

  • 2.  Senior ScientistQianguo Xing, Yantai Coastal Zone Institute, Chinese Academy of Sciences

Remote sensing of marine floating macroalgae biomass

  • 3.  Senior Scientist Peng Chen, Second Institute of Oceanography, Ministry of Natural Resources

Research on laser remote sensing inversion of ocean underwater particle profile structure

  • 4.  Associate Professor Yan Song, China University of Geosciences (Wuhan)

Topic to be determined 

  • 5.  Associate Scientist Qi Feng, Institute of Precision Measurement Science and Technology Innovation, Chinese Academy of Sciences

Remote sensing inversion and application of water quality in lakes and reservoirs based on optical classification

Sub-Venues Track4:  Applications of Remote Sensing

Session Ⅰ: Remote Sensing of Terrestrial Ecosystems                 

Session Host:Zaichun Zhu


  • 1.  Prof. Zhu Zaichun, Peking University

Uncertainty in remote sensing monitoring of global vegetation growth changes and its impact on climate change research

  • 2.  Prof. Peng Zhu, University of Hong Kong

Application of remote sensing observations in climate risk assessment and climate adaptation of agricultural systems

  • 3.  Prof. Yao Zhang, Peking University

Remote sensing monitoring of vegetation physiological processes in response to drought

  • 4.  HuTian,Luxembourg Institute of Science and TechnologyEuropean Ecostress Hub

Thermal Infrared Remote Sensing of Terrestrial Ecosystem Processes

  • 5.  Associate Scientist Pei Leng, Institute of Agricultural Resources and Agricultural Zoning, Chinese Academy of Agricultural Sciences

Soil moisture thermal infrared remote sensing inversion: progress and challenges

  • 6.  Associate Professor Jian Yang, China University of Geosciences (Wuhan)

Impact of CO2 contributed by urbanization on photosynthesis of terrestrial vegetation

  • 7.  Haihan Lin, Fuzhou University

Analysis of characteristics and multi-scale driving factors of farmland non-agriculturalization in Fujian Province

Session Ⅱ: Greenhouse Gas Remote Sensing Monitoring and Application

Session Host: Shushi Peng


  • 1.  Prof. Shushi Peng, Peking University

Climate change and methane budget

  • 2.  Prof. Fei Jiang, Nanjing University

Atmospheric inversion estimation of global and regional terrestrial ecosystem carbon sinks

  • 3.  Senior Scientist Youwen Sun, Anhui Institute of Optics and Precision Machinery, Chinese Academy of Sciences

Ground-based optical remote sensing for coordinated pollution reduction and carbon reduction

  • 4.  Prof. Kai Qin, China University of Mining and Technology

Research Progress on Satellite Ground Coordinated Observation of Coal Mine Methane and Energy Consumption Carbon and Nitrogen Emissions

  • 5.  Senior Scientist Yuzhong Zhang, West Lake University

Satellite retrieval of global and Chinese methane emissions

  • 6.  Associate Scientist Dongxu Yang, Institute of Atmospheric Physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences

China Carbon Satellite Data Application and Space-Earth Integrated Carbon Monitoring

  • 7.  Associate Scientist Shupeng Wang, National Meteorological Satellite Center

CO2 inversion and typical applications based on TANSAT data

  • 8.  Associate Professor Ge Han, Wuhan University

High-resolution XCO2 and XCH4 anomaly inversion and application

Session Ⅲ: Atmospheric environment satellite ACDL payload application

Session Host: Jiqiao Liu 


  • 1.  Senior Scientist Jiqiao Liu, Shanghai Institute of Optics and Precision Mechanics, Chinese Academy of Sciences

Progress and challenges of spaceborne atmospheric aerosol and carbon dioxide detection lidar ACDL

  • 2.  Prof. Dong Liu, Zhejiang University

Forward and inversion, authenticity testing and active and passive fusion applications of spaceborne environmental lidar

  • 3.  Prof. Lingbing Bu, Nanjing University of Information Science and Technology

Atmospheric Environment Spaceborne Lidar Airborne Calibration Experiment and Data Analysis

  • 4.  Prof. Feiyue Mao, Wuhan University

Weak signal inversion and verification of spaceborne cloud-aerosol lidar

  • 5.  Associate Scientist Lu Zhang, National Meteorological Satellite Center

On-orbit CO2 calibration and ground verification of Atmos-1

  • 6.  Associate Professor Guangyao Dai, Ocean University of China

Spaceborne hyperspectral lidar ACDL/DQ-1 aerosol inversion detection and satellite-ground comparison

Associate Professor Ge Han, Wuhan University

Atmospheric environment star XCO2 data inversion, verification and analysis

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