Successful AIG Workshops completed 1997-2003


  • AIG Hyperspectral Data Analysis and Image Processing Workshop, 8-11 September 2003 

  • Center for the Study of Earth from Space (CSES) Hyperspectral Imaging and Data Analysis Workshop, 16 - 20 June 2003

  • AIG Hyperspectral Data Analysis and Image Processing Workshop, October 28-31, 2002 

  • Center for the Study of Earth from Space (CSES) Hyperspectral Imaging and Data Analysis Workshop,  June 2002

  • AIG Hyperspectral Data Analysis and Image Processing Workshop, November 12 - 15, 2001

  • Center for the Study of Earth from Space (CSES) Hyperspectral Imaging and Data Analysis Workshop,  June 18 - 22, 2001

  • AIG Hyperspectral Data Analysis and Image Processing Workshop, April 2 - 5, 2001

  • AIG Hyperspectral Data Analysis and Image Processing Workshop, December 11 - 14, 2000

  • AIG Hyperspectral Data Analysis and Image Processing Workshop, June 19 - 22, 2000

  • Center for the Study of Earth from Space (CSES) Hyperspectral Imaging and Data Analysis Workshop,  June 12 -16, 2000

  • AIG Hyperspectral Data Analysis and Image Processing Workshop, 10 - 13 April, 2000 (on-site at Eastman Kodak, Rochester, NY)

  • AIG Hyperspectral Data Analysis and Image Processing Workshop, 16 - 19, November , 1999

  • Oct 26-29, 1999: 4-Day "Extending ENVI Learn From the Developers Workshop" allowed a select group of ENVI users to learn how to extend the capabilities of ENVI directly from the people who wrote it and maintain it on a day-to-day basis.  

  • We completed our last Comprehensive Course for 1999 on 26 - 30 July 1999: AIG's final 5-day comprehensive remote sensing and image processing course for 1999. The course consisted of a review of remote sensing theory and applications, an overview of the ENVI software using interactive processing exercises, review and application of methods for analysis of panchromatic, mutispectral, and SAR data, and an overview of the basics of hyperspectral analysis. Several participants took this course is a  warm-up for the AIG Hyperspectral Workshop.
  • 6 - 9 July 1999:   A comprehensive 4-Day Hyperspectral Class added because of the high demand and overflow from the CSES class.  The class was taught using ENVI 3.2 to a full house at AIG's teaching facility in N. Boulder

    14 - 18 June 1999:  5 Day Hyperspectral Workshop at the Center for the Study of Earth from Space (CSES) in Boulder.  The traditional CSES/AIG course presented a full range of hyperspectral background and provided hands-on experience to 30 participants.  This course just gets better each year!  Taught using ENVI 3.2 and utilizing CSES's new Windows NT computer lab and classroom.   This class was fully subscribed on 6 May 1999. 

    15 - 19 March 1999:  5 Day Hyperspectral Workshop in Boulder.  This intensive course consisting of 2 days of remote sensing background and ENVI training, and 3 days of hyperspectral lectures, discussions, and exercises was taught using ENVI 3.1 at AIG's new training facility in north Boulder.  Students consisted of a strong DOD/Government component with several others from industry and academia.  The course had a full complement of 18 participants.

    22 - 26 February 1999:  Another successful 5-day course providing a  review of remote sensing theory and applications, an overview of the ENVI software using  interactive processing exercises,  review and application of methods for analysis of panchromatic, mutispectral, and SAR data, and an overview of  the basics of hyperspectral analysis.

  • 19 - 23 October 1998:  5 Day Hyperspectral Workshop in Boulder.  This intensive course consisting of 2 days of remote sensing background and ENVI training, and 3 days of hyperspectral lectures, discussions, and exercises was taught using ENVI 3.1 beta and AIG's new training facility in north Boulder.  A mix from industry, government, and academia of 15 participants were saturated with the latest/greatest hyperspectral analysis methods and practice.
  • AIG'S 1st Comprehensive Remote Sensing and Image Processing workshop, 24 - 28 August 1998 was a resounding success.   The attendees consistently ranked this course as outstanding.  This was a 5-day course consisting of a review of remote sensing theory and applications, an overview of the ENVI software using  interactive processing exercises,  review and application of methods for analysis of panchromatic, mutispectral, and SAR data, and an overview of  the basics of hyperspectral analysis.  This course, offered again several times during 1999 is a perfect warm-up for the AIG Hyperspectral Workshops.
  • 24 - 25 July 1998: The 2-day Hyperspectral Workshop at the 9th Australiasian Remote Sensing Conference in Sydney, Australia was fully booked, with 30 attendees. This was the compressed course, leaving many gasping for more!
  • 22-26 June 1998: 5 Day Hyperspectral Workshop at CSES in Boulder.  The traditional CSES/AIG course presented a full range of hyperspectral background and provided hands-on experience.  This course just gets better each year!  The workshop was sold-out, with 32 students utilizing CSES's new Windows NT computer lab and classroom.
  • 20 - 24 April 1998: 5 Day Hyperspectral Workshop in Boulder.  Based on the high demand for the March 1998 course, we added a 2nd AIG hyperspectral workshop during April 1998.   This was a repeat of the 5 Day Workshop in Boulder. This course was fully subscribed with 24 students from industry, government, and academia.
  • 16 - 20 March 1998: AIG conducted a 5 Day Hyperspectral Workshop in Boulder consisting of 2 days of remote sensing background and ENVI training, and 3 days of hyperspectral lectures, discussions, and exercises.  The class was taught using ENVI 3.0.  This workshop was  fully subscribed one month in advance.
  • AIG completed a 2-day accelerated hyperspectral workshop at RSI's facilities in Boulder, Colorado, in association with the 12th ERIM Thematic Geologic Remote Sensing Symposium during November 1997 in Denver. The class was filled over a month in advance, and all indications are that we could have filled it at least twice from the ERIM attendees. A mix of 20 industry, academic, and government students received an intensive dose of AIG's approach to hyperspectral analysis and were treated to hands-on use of the latest ENVI functionality contained in the ENVI 3.0 Beta release.
  • AIG offered a customized 5-day hyperspectral workshop to the Stennis Commercial Remote Sensing office at NASA Stennis Space Center, Mississippi during October 1997. Fifteen SSTI/CRSP participants received 4 days of intensive hyperspectral theory and applications, culminating with a free-form, hands-on exercise designed to demonstrate the use of hyperspectral data for analysis of vegetation. The fifth day was an introduction to extending ENVI capabilities using IDL and ENVI's plug-in user function capabilities. The class was conducted using ENVI 3.0 Beta software.
  • AIG conducted the combined 2-day ENVI training course and 3-day Hyperspectral course, at RSI, Boulder, Colorado during September 1997. A sellout crowd of 20 students tried out ENVI Version 2.7, learned about AIG's end-to-end hyperspectral analysis approach, and were treated to a preview of ENVI 3.0 functionality.
  • AIG and the Center for the Study of Earth from Space (CSES), conducted a 5-day workshop at the University of Colorado, Boulder, on July 21-25, 1997. A record group of 32 participants pushed our resources and technical expertise to the limit, but course evaluations indicate that it was a positive experience for all involved. AIG/CSES plan to offer this course again during July 1998. Again, the class was full and we had a long waiting list, so register early for upcoming courses.
  • The first AIG Hyperspectral Workshop of 1997 was held 24-28 February 1997 @ RSI, Boulder, Colorado. After a 2-day ENVI Training Class held on 24-25 February, a lively group of 24 students from government, academia, and industry jumped into hands-on hyperspectral analysis and image processing.
 

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