3D-ARCH is a series of international workshops which started in 2005 in Venice and move throughout the years to Zurich (2007), Trento (2009, 2011, 2013) and Avila (2015), organized as an ISPRS and CIPA event.
The main focus of the workshop is to discuss steps and processes for smart 3D reconstruction, modelling, accessing and understanding of digital scenarios from multiple data sources. Topics include:
To be announced soon!
|Andreas Georgopoulos - Laboratory of Photogrammetry - NTUA, Athens, Greece|
|Diego Gonzalez-Aguilera - Dept. of Cartography and Land - University of Salamanca, Spain|
|Thomas Kersten - Photogrammetry and Laser Scanning Lab - HafenCity University Hamburg, Germany|
|Fabio Remondino - 3D Optical Metrology unit - FBK, Trento, Italy||Local Scientific Committee|
|Anastasios Doulamis - Laboratory of Photogrammetry - NTUA, Athens, Greece|
|Nicolaos Doulamis - Laboratory of Photogrammetry - NTUA, Athens, Greece|
|Charalambos Ioannidis - Laboratory of Photogrammetry - NTUA, Athens, Greece|
|George Karras - Laboratory of Photogrammetry - NTUA, Athens, Greece||Local Organising Committee|
|Panagiotis Agrafiotis - Laboratory of Photogrammetry - NTUA, Athens, Greece|
|Sofia Soile - Laboratory of Photogrammetry - NTUA, Athens, Greece|
|Ellie Stathopoulou - Laboratory of Photogrammetry - NTUA, Athens, Greece|
|Sevi Tapinaki - Laboratory of Photogrammetry - NTUA, Athens, Greece|
|Abstract Submission||20 November 2016|
|Notification to Authors||20 December 2016|
|Full Paper Submission||22 January 2017|
The abstract should be at least 1000 words, possibly with figures, and should be sent as PDF file (first-author-name_etal.pdf) via email to email@example.com.
The final full paper should be formatted following the ISPRS format, with a max length of 8 pages.
The accepted articles will be published in the ISPRS International Archives of Photogrammetry, Remote Sensing and Spatial Information Sciences. Each submitted paper needs at least one paid registration fee in order to be published in the ISPRS Archives.
|Early Bird||Full||200 euros||before January 22, 2017|
|Regular||Full||250 euros||after January 23, 2017 and before February 24, 2017|
|On-site||Full||300 euros||after February 25 (only with cash)|
To be announced soon!
Staikopoulou, Napflio 21100
Nafplio is a seaport town in southern Greece, Peloponnese with long history since the ancient times. One of the most picturesque and culturally active regions of the country. Find more info and guides at:Visit Greece Discover Nafplio
Athens International Airport Eleftherios Venizelos has convenient connections to European capitals and big cities as well as to various other cities across the world.
Frequent bus service (almost every hour) is available from Kifisos Bus Station with public bus transportation. The journey to Nafplio is about 2 hours and 15 min. Kifisos Bus Station is directly connected with the airport by local bus X93 (about 1 hour trip).
Alternatively, train service is available directly from Athens International Airport to Korinthos Train Station with public Suburban Railway. The duration of the journey is about 1 hour and 30 min. Nafplio can be reached by bys then, from Isthmos Bus Station, within another hour. Local transfer between Korinthos Train Station and Isthmos Bus Station is required (some min by taxi).
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The journey by car from Athens International Airport to Nafplio is about 2 hours and 30 min.
School of Rural and Surveying Engineering
Department of Topography
Laboratory of Photogrammetry
Heroon Polytechneiou 9, 15780 Zografou Campus,