IEOS2022 – 2022 Irish Earth Observation Symposium

IEOS2022 – 2022 Irish Earth Observation Symposium

The 14th Irish Earth Observation Symposium, IEOS2022 is hosted this year by Technological University Dublin on the 3rd and 4th November 2022 in Bolton Street, TU Dublin, Dublin, D01 K822, Ireland – how to get there? See here!

OT Baile Átha Cliath – Coláiste na hInnealtóireachta agus na Timpeallachta Tógtha, Scoil na Suirbhéireachta agus na Bainistíochta Foirgníochta, Sráid Bolton, D01 K822, Éire.

The registration form is available here: IS CLOSED

When: 3rd – 4th November 2022

Where: TU Dublin Bolton Street, Student Common area, Michael O’Donnell Theatre room 259 and John D Barry Theatre room 281*

Who: The Remote Sensing, Earth Observation, and Geospatial research, academic, and industry communities in Ireland and globally!

How: In person

Cost: Free! However, you will need to register! Use the form above!

* the schedule will be updated soon with each session’s room

The Symposium commenced on Thursday 3rd November 2022, with a mix of plenary sessions, parallel sessions, flash talks, poster sessions (35 speakers in total), student prizes (thanks to our sponsors), EO Tech Expo networking and social event in the evening. The Symposium continued through the morning of Friday 4th November with workshops. Undergraduate and postgraduate students are particularly encouraged to attend both days!

MDPI Proceedings & MDPI Remote Sensing Special Issue

Further information will follow via email regarding proceedings and original articles publication to IEOS contributors. Contact person: Dr Gabriela M Afrasinei

IEOS2022 Badge

To limit or avoid waste, we are kindly asking all attendees, speakers, delegates etc to bring their own badge holder and print their own badge. Please download the template below, edit accordingly and please feel free to print in black/white.

Book of Abstracts (provisional, subject to change)

Download the final schedule:

EO & Geospatial Tech Expo – 3rd November (only)

Workshops – 4th November


Many thanks to our sponsors! Without their support, the event would be incomplete!

Thanks to our sponsors, the registration is free, as with all the past IEOS symposia, early career researchers (PhD students, postgraduate students etc) can win prizes for best talk/poster and attendees can network over coffee breaks, lunch and social events at no cost for registration! Given the targeted candidates for prizes, undergraduate and postgraduate students are particularly encouraged to attend!

Gold sponsor:

Premium sponsors:

How to get to Bolton Street, TU Dublin

Check how to get to Bolton St here:

Please note that the entrance to Bolton street is via 26 King’s Inn St please see below

Apart from other parking spaces, there is also Park Rite parking at 16 King’s Inn St.

WIFI (eduroam) on site

Click here to find out how to connect to WIFI Eduroam in Bolton Street and check How to Connect for Visitors and Guest WiFi

Debut of IEOS

The idea of the Irish Earth Observation Symposium was born over a drink (where some of the best ideas are conceived) in Germany in February 2007, when 4 Irish Remote Sensing experts were gathered at a conference and realised that there was no real network for Remote Sensing practitioners or researchers in Ireland. The first Symposium was hosted by Teagasc in November 2007, with almost 50 people attending the one-day event. This was followed by meetings in Cork at the National Maritime College in 2008, in Dublin at the Geological Survey of Ireland in 2009 and every year since then, a different location – in 2017, the symposium was held in Maynooth University with over 140 attendees. In 2019, the symposium tool place in NUIG, hosted by ICHEC. EO for developement, IEOS2022, Irish EO Research Earth Observation & Remote Sensing Research in IrelandRead More