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22-26.jun Delft, Netherlands

FRINGE 2020

Advances in the Science and Applications of SAR Interferometry
and Sentinel-1 InSAR

Background

The European Space Agency is organising Fringe 2020, the 11th International Workshop on "Advances in the Science and Applications of SAR Interferometry and Sentinel-1 InSAR". The Fringe series of workshops started in 1992 and they are currently organised by ESA every 2-3 years.

Dates and venue

The event will be hosted at Delft University of Technology, The Netherlands, from 22nd to 26th of June 2020.

Participation

Fringe 2020 is a free workshop that is open to scientists, students and Sentinel-1 data users, as well as representatives from national, European and international space agencies and value adding industries.

Organisation

Language and fees

No participation fees will be charged. Participants are expected to finance their own travel and accommodation expenses and no student grants are foreseen for this workshop.
The official language of the workshop is English.


Fringe 2020 is organised around
  • Papers and posters selected by the Scientific Committee;
  • Invited papers on ESA-funded studies and Sentinel-1 and future ESA SAR mission status reports;
  • Round-table discussions with seed questions prepared by the session chairpersons and ESA.

Fringe 2020 Objectives
  • To bring together the global InSAR research and development communities and facilitate international exchange betwen reseachers and research groups;
  • To assess the state of the art in InSAR Science and Applications;
  • To present the Sentinel-1 mission status, algorithms and products;
  • To present the BIOMASS mission status, algorithms and products;
  • To review and assess the progress according to the recommendations voiced at FRINGE 2017;
  • To consult the scientific communities to prepare ESA for starting supporting science activities for Sentinel-1 and BIOMASSin the InSAR domain.

Proposed themes

Technical areas

  • Atmosphere, Ionosphere & InSAR Meteorology
  • Advances in InSAR theory & methodological innovations
  • Bistatic Interferometry
  • Coherence exploitation
  • Polarimetric Interferometry & Tomography
  • Spaceborne Missions

Thematic areas

  • Earthquakes & tectonics / seismic hazards
  • Ice & Snow
  • InSAR for the built environent / infrastructure monitoring
  • Volcanoes / volcanic hazards
  • Subsidence monitoring
  • Landslides, sinkholes & related hazards
  • Land-Cover and Vegetation Mapping
  • DEMs

Contact info

ENVMAIL@esa.int

Schedule and Deadlines

Abstract submission opening 18 November 2019
Abstract submission closure 10 March 2020 (hard deadline)
Notification of acceptance 6 April 2020
Issue of Preliminary Programme 6 April 2020
Registration Opening 6 April 2020
Issue of Final Programme at the Workshop
Workshop 22nd-26th of June 2020

Abstract Submission

Prepare your abstract

Abstracts shall be selected on the basis of the one-page abstracts (min 350 words to max 2000 words).
Abstracts should contain the following information:

  • Title of paper
  • Authors full name and affiliations
  • Name, address, e-mail, telephone of the main author
  • Proposed topic for the paper
  • Presentation preference (oral or poster)
Submit your abstract

We kindly invite you to submit your abstract/s by using the ConfTool login page available here, within 10 March 2020 (hard deadline)

Modify your abstract

For changes to your abstract after the submission, please use your personal login and password to access your overview page.

Waiting for approval

Authors shall be notified of the Scientific Committee review process outcome by 6 April 2020. Upon the notification of acceptance, the authors shall be informed of the acceptation type, whether oral or poster presentation.

Organising Committee


Marcus Engdahl

ESA-ESRIN
Responsible organiser FRINGE 2020

Philippe Bally

ESA-ESRIN

Malcom Davidson

ESA-ESTEC

Yves-Louis Desnos

ESA-ESRIN

Diego Fernandez

ESA-ESRIN

Ramon Hanssen

CITG - TU Delft

Julia Kubanek

ESA-ESTEC

Sabrina Lodadio

Serco/ESA-ESRIN

Nuno Miranda

ESA-ESRIN

Pierre Potin

ESA-ESRIN

Björn Rommen

ESA-ESTEC

Frank Martin Seifert

ESA-ESRIN

Ulla Väyrynen

Serco/ESA-ESRIN

Giulia Vinicola

NIKAL

Scientific Committee


Dr. Nico Adam

DLR

Prof. Falk Amelung

University of Miami

Dr. Anca Anghelea

ESA

Dr. Homa Ansari

DLR

Dr. Hermann Baehr

Shell

Dr. Gidon Baer

Geological Survey of Israel

Prof. Richard Bamler

DLR

Dr. Marta Béjar-Pizarro

Instituto Geológico y Minero de España (IGME)

Dr. Juliet Biggs

University of Bristol

Dr. Pierre Briole

ENS

Prof. Roland Burgmann

University of California, Berkeley

Prof. João Catalão

Universidade Lisboa

Dr. Ling Chang

University of Twente

Prof. Mario Costantini

e-GEOS

Dr. Michele Crosetto

Institute of Geomatics

Dr. Nicolas d’Oreye

European Center for Geodynamics and Seismology

Dr. Francesco De Zan

DLR

Dr. Dominique Derauw

CSL

Dr. Prabu Dheenathayalan

TU Delft

Prof. Xiaoli Ding

Hong Kong Polytechnical University

Dr. Marie-Pierre Doin

CNRS

Dr.-Ing. Clemence Dubois

University of Jena

Dr. Javier Duro

Dares Technology

Prof. Michael Eineder

DLR

Dr. Alessandro Ferretti

TRE Altamira

Dr. Eric Fielding

JPL

Dr. Magdalena Fitrzyk

RSAC/ESA-ESRIN

Dr. Thomas Fuhrmann

Geoscience Australia

Prof. Masato Furuya

Hokkaido University

Prof. dr. ir. Ramon Hanssen

TU Delft

Alexandra Heck

Karlsruhe Institute of Technology

Prof. Andy Hooper

University of Leeds

Dr. Maya Ilieva

Wroclaw University of Environmental and Life Sciences, Institute of Geodesy and Geoinformatcis

Prof. Mi Jiang

Hohai University

Prof. Sigurjon Jonsson

KAUST

Dr. Gini Ketelaar

Shell

Dr. Riccardo Lanari

IREA-CNR

Dr. Yngvar Larsen

NORCE

Dr. Cécile Lasserre

CNRS

Dr. Tom Rune Lauknes

NORCE

Dr. & Prof Mingsheng Liao

Wuhan University

Prof. Rowena Lohman

Cornell University/Department of Earth & Atmospheric Sciences

Dr. Fabrizio Lombardini

Pisa university

Prof. Zhong Lu

Southern Methodist University

Dr. Paul Lundgren

JPL

Prof. Jordi Mallorqui

Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya

Dr. Petar Marinkovic

PPO.labs

Dr. Philippa Mason

ICL - Imperial College London

Dr. Sina Montazeri

DLR

Prof. Andrea Monti-Guarnieri

Politecnico di Milano

Dr. Thomas Nagler

Enveo

Dr. Giovanni Nico

IAC-CNR

Alessandro Parizzi

DLR

Dr. Amy Parker

Curtin University

Prof. Barry Parsons

University of Oxford

Dr. Paolo Pasquali

Sarmap

Dr. Jolanda Patruno

Rhea Group/ESA-ESRIN

Dr. Zbigniew Perski

Polish Geological Institute National Research Institute

Dr. Virginie Pinel

ISTerre-UMR CNRS

Dr. Muriel Pinheiro

DLR

Dr.-Ing. Pau Prats

DLR

Dr. Floriane Provost

ESA

Dr. Yuxiao Qin

SkyGeo

Dr. Eric Rignot

University of California

Prof. Fabio Rocca

Politecnico di Milano

Prof. Helmut Rott

Enveo

Dr. Jacqueline Salzer

SkyGeo

Dr. Sami Samiei Esfahany

U of Tehran

Prof. David Sandwell

Scripps

Dr. Michael Schlund

Goettingen University

Dr. Gabriele Schwaizer

ENVEO IT GmbH

Dr. David Small

University of Zurich - Irchel

Dr. Salvatore Stramondo

INGV

Dr. Tazio Strozzi

GAMMA

Dr. Henriette Sudhaus

Kiel University

Prof. Jianbao Sun

China Earthquake Administration

Ass. Prof. Stefano Tebaldini

Politecnico di Milano

Dr. ir. Freek van Leijen

TU Delft

Dr./Ass. Prof. Richard Walters

Durham U

Prof. Christelle Wauthier

Pennsylvania State University

Dr. Shimon Wdowinski

Florida International University

Dr. Urs Wegmuller

GAMMA

Prof. Tim Wright

University of Leeds

Prof. Howard Zebker

Stanford University

Dr. Prof. Qiming Zeng

Peking University

Dr.-Ing. habil. Xiaoxiang Zhu

DLR