Center of Excellence in Remote Sensing Education and Research
(CERSER) hosted several events centered around remote sensing
education and research from November 12-14, 2003. More on
each of these events can be seen by selecting the links above.
The events started on the 12th with a presentation
by Dr. Malcolm LeCompte, "Views & Visualization of
Earth from Space". This lecture took place in room 116
of Lester Hall.
The following day started with the CERSER Capability
presentation followed by GEMS & CERSER research presentations
in room 229 of Dixon Hall. Various members of each section
presented current research and capabilities of their sections.
This was followed by a presentation on the National
Science Foundations Science and Technology Center Initiative.
Dr. S. Prasad Gogineni, of the University of Kansas delivered
The afternoon of the 13th saw two concurrent events
in Dixon Hall. In room 229, CERSER hosted a NASA's Earth Science
Enterprise Cyberconference during which the initial draft
of the new MU-SPIN
Cooperative Agreement Notice (CAN) proposal was presented.
At the same time, Dr. Dionne Hoskins of Savannah State University
met with student researching graduate school opportunities.
In the late afternoon Dr. S. Prasad Gogineni delivered
a presentation entitled “Microwave Remote Sensing and
Applications" as part of the CERSER lecture series. This
was followed in the evening by a MU-SPIN Startegy session
and the first meeting of the ECSU IEEE-Geoscience and Remote
Sensing Society Chapter meeting.
On the last day of the fall events, Dr. S. Prasad
Gogineni led students and faculty through training in Microwave
C E R S E R
Center of Excellence in Remote Sensing Education and
232 Dixon Hall, Box 672 ECSU, 1704 Weeksville Rd Elizabeth
City, NC 27909
Phone: (252) 335-3992 Fax: (252) 335-3572