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Activities of IEEE-GRSS Delhi Chapter
  • Fortnightly Lectures by the Local members (IEEE Members and Non IEEE Members).
  • Monthly Lectures by the outsider members (IEEE Members and Non IEEE Members).
  • Quarterly lectures by the National Members (IEEE Members and Non IEEE Members).
  • Half Yearly by the International Members (IEEE Members and Non IEEE Members).
  • Visits of the students to the centers which are working on the Geosciences and Remote Sensing.
  • Conducting the workshops to understands the advanced technologies of remote sensing.
Fortnight Lectures
S.No Month Name Designation Title
1. 1st March 2012 Prof. B.N Basu Professor Sir JC Bose School of Engineering
2. 16th March 2012 50 students had visited the ICRS lab and understood the importance of remote sensing. They had learnt many things about Antenna, Radiometer and even understood the project that are currently running in ICRS like Determination of Soil moisture, Ocean Salinity, Planetary Sciences
3. 28th March 2012 Lecture and Quiz on "INDIA’S FIRST MOON MISSION-CHANDRAYAAN-I". The documentary was shown to the students which depicted how the satellite works in the space and how the data is retrieved for the analysis.
4. 16th April 2012 Prof. OPN Calla Director, ICRS Application of Radio Waves (Discovered by Sir J.C Bose)
5. 28th April 2012 Prof O.P Vyas Dean JIET Engg College , Jodhpur Communication: The changing dimensions.
6. 12th May 2012 A documentary on Sir J.C Bose was shown as the part of monthly lecture. In that documentary how Sir JC Bose had discovered the Microwaves is shown as well as the different application like in the plant biophysics were also explained.
7. 26th May 2012 Prof Sanjay Gaur HOD(ECE) JIETSETG , Jodhpur Introduction to Image Processing and Research Areas
8. 9th June 2012 Prof. OPN Calla Director, ICRS Transit of Venus- The Rare astronomical Reunion” and Video of launching of RISAT-1
9. 30th June 2012 Prof. OPN Calla Director, ICRS Planetary Expolaration-Chandrayaan-1 And Future Mission
10. 14th July 2012 Prof. G.S Raghuvanshi Campus Director of JIET Eng. College, Jodhpur Two Terminal Microwave Semi-conductor Generators
11. 28th July 2012 Prof. KK Arora HOD(ECE) JIET Jodhpur Impact of Satellite Communication on Society
12. 11th August 2012 The documentary video on the MARS Mission was shown. In this video the spacecraft voyages to the Red Planet have shown. New discoveries send us straight back to the drawing board to revise existing theories. Mars has polar ice caps and clouds in its atmosphere, seasonal weather patterns, volcanoes, canyons and other recognizable features
13. 27th August 2012 The documentary video on the Atmosphere has shown. An atmosphere is a layer of gases that may surround a material body of sufficient mass, and that is held in place by the gravity of the body. An atmosphere may be retained for a longer duration, if the gravity is high and the atmosphere's temperature is low. Some planets consist mainly of various gases, but only their outer layer is their atmosphere.
14. 8th September 2012 The documentary video on Antarctica was shown to the IEEE Members and participants. Antarctica is a frozen, windswept continent, so hostile and remote that it has no permanent inhabitants. Scientists working here have made many discoveries from studying Antarctica’s land and atmosphere, and from clues buried beneath the ice. These discoveries also reveal signs of changes in the future that could affect us all.
15. 22nd September 2012 The documentary video on Ocean was shown to the IEEE Members and the participants. An ocean is a body of saline water that composes a large part of a planet's hydrosphere. Earth's global ocean is the largest confirmed surface ocean on all observable planets. Approximately 72% of the planet's surface (~3.6x108 km2) is covered by saline water that is customarily divided into several principal oceans and smaller seas, although some sources prove that the ocean only covers approximately 71% of the Earth's surface.
16. 6th October 2012 The documentary video was on the SMOS satellite. This satellite was launched by the ESA on 2nd November 2009. The main objective of the SMOS was to measure Sea Surface Salinity and the Soil Moisture on the Global Scale. These two parameters are very important for the human beings. Ocean salinity is crucial to the understanding of the role of the ocean in climate through the global water cycle. Soil moisture is an important aspect of climate, and therefore forecasting.
17. 20th October 2012 Prof. OPN Calla Director, ICRS "Future Mars Exploration- By India".
18. 10th Nov 2012 Documentary Video on Electromagnetic Spectrum which illustrates about x-Ray, gamma rays, microwaves and many more.
19. 11th Dec 2012 3rd IEEE GRSS India Meet during ICMARS 2012.
20. 29th Dec 2012 Documentary Video on Earth how does it form, what are its composition.
21. 11th Jan 2013 Dr. Prashant Vasistha Sc-E, DLJ DRDO Jodhpur Radar Cross Section
22. 25th Jan 2012 Dr. T.S Rathore Director, AFRI Jodhpur Overview of Indian Forest, Biodiversity and its conservation
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