IDL and ENVI VISualize 2011 Event

Posted by GIS talk On Tuesday, February 01, 2011
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Please make plans to join your fellow IDL and ENVI users at VISualize 2011 in Washington, DC from April 12 - 14. VISualize is designed to bring together IDL and ENVI users to provide opportunities for networking, sharing ideas, and working on strategies that advance our geospatial, scientific data analysis and visualization community.

In response to the request for workshops for both IDL and ENVI, we have expanded VISualize to three days. You are welcome to attend one, two, or all three days.

ITT VIS is now accepting abstracts for VISualize 2011. If you have an interesting application, a desire to report success that furthered your research, or want to demonstrate a creative approach using ENVI or IDL, VISualize 2011 offers the perfect venue to share it with your peers or to get feedback from other users in the community.

Suggestions for topic areas include, but are certainly not limited to:

* Remote Sensing, GIS and Geospatial Applications
* Atmospheric & Climate Applications
* Data Analysis & Visualization
* Astronomy, Astrophysics & Planetary Physics
* Medical/Biological Applications

Abstract submission deadline is March 11, 2011. Your abstract submission should include the title of your presentation, your name and contact information, the organization you are representing, a short informal description of your proposed presentation, and a short biography. Please submit your abstract via email to

When - 04/12/11 8:30 am - 04/14/11 4:30 pm

Where - World Wildlife Fund
1250 24th St NW #6, Washington, DC 20037

Register here.


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