All authors of accepted abstracts are encouraged to develop their poster/oral contributions into full papers and publish it in a special issue in MDPI Remote Sensing, an open access journal with IF = 3.406.
The Workshop Scientific Committee and the audience will vote and select 15 most outstanding research contributions that will be awarded with 33% discount on article processing charges.
The special isue entitled „Imaging spectroscopy advancements in understanding Earth systems (scientific contributions from 11th EARSeL Imaging Spectroscopy Workshop)“ will be opened right after the Workshop with the manuscript submission deadline of 31 October 2019. More information about the special issue can be found at MDPI Remote Sensing website.
Please, note that there won’t be any proceedings with short papers prepared. Authors can also submit short papers (max. 5 pages, no peer-review) via the online conference system ConfTool and their papers will be published on the Workshop website.