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Numbers in the index correspond to the last two digits of the six-digit citation identifier (CID) article numbering system used in Proceedings of SPIE. The first four digits reflect the volume number. Base 36 numbering is employed for the last two digits and indicates the order of articles within the volume. Numbers start with 00, 01, 02, 03, 04, 05, 06, 07, 08, 09, 0A, 0B…0Z, followed by 10-1Z, 20-2Z, etc.

Adler, Douglas P., 14

Bai, Yan, 2R

Best, Frederick A., 13, 14, 16

Buijs, Henry, 13

Burov, Denis V., 1K

Cao, Bo, 1M

Cao, Changyong, 2R

Chamberland, Martin, 0G, 12

Chao, Guo, 1U

Che, Yongfei, 33

Chen, Bo, 2B

Chen, Jia-ge, 2U

Chen, Jiansheng, 23

Chen, Jinxi, 2W

Chen, Kai, 0D

Chen, Xiaoping, 1B

Chen, Xiaowen, 2A

Chen, Yu, 07, 1R

Cheng, Chengqi, 2B

Cheng, Xuejun, 1M

Cui, Jian-tao, 1Z

Cui, Yuan-yuan, 2E

Ding, Hai-feng, 04, 07, 1R, 2U

Dmitriev, Egor V., 30

Du, Hongyue, 1N

Duval, Marc, 12

Farley, Vincent, 0G, 12

Fei, Dunyue, 1A

Feng, Mingbo, 31

Feng, Shuna, 22

Gagnon, Marc-André, 0G, 12

Gao, Lianru, 05

Gao, Qiong, 23

Gao, Shuai, 31

Gao, Xiaohong, 1O

Gao, Yan, 0P

Gao, Yanghua, 1A

Genest, Jerome, 13

Gero, P. Jonathan, 13, 14, 16

Goldberg, M., 0W

Golik, Irina A., 1 K

Grandmont, Frederic J., 13

Guo, Bang-jie, 2E

Guo, Jianmao, 1A

Guo, Li-Xin, 24, 25

Guo, Tao, 03

Han, Ruimei, 0N

Han, Yong, 1G

He, Linhua, 1O

He, Zhi-ping, 0D, 2Q

Hu, Chengfang, 1M

Hu, Zhuowei, 1N

Huang, Qingqing, 23

Huang, Wenjing, 31

Huang, Zhang, 2U

Jahjah, Karl-Alexandre, 0G

Ji, Hongzhen, 0E, 2A

Ji, Wei, 1C

Ji, Zhongpeng, 2C

Jia, Wei, 1O

Jiang, Hailing, 1B

Jiang, Tao, 2U

Jin, Jian, 0E, 2A

Jing, Linhai, 04, 07, 1R

Kataoka, Fumie, 16

Knuteson, Robert O., 13, 14, 16

Kondranin, Timophey V., 30

Kozoderov, Vladimir V., 30

Kuze, Akihiko, 16

Larar, Allen M., 0W, 0X

Lei, Yan, 1U

Lei, Zhenggang, 29

Li, Chang-Long, 25

Li, Chuanrong, 2R

Li, Chunlai, 0D, 0E, 2A

Li, Feifei, 0I

Li, Huan, 1E

Li, Hui, 04, 07

Li, Jiang, 2W

Li, Jing, 0C

Li, Jianshan, 1O

Li, Wang, 31

Li, Wei, 05

Li, Xiaojuan, 1V

Li, Xiao-run, 0C, 1Z

Li, Xiaowen, 2W

Li, Xueke, 1B

Li, Zhiyong, 1G

Liang, Hongying, 2X

Lin, Qinzhong, 1R

Lin, Zhou, 2X

Liu, Chengyu, 20, 2T

Liu, Enguang, 0E

Liu, Jingwei, 2C

Liu, Junwei, 1A

Liu, Kai, 1B

Liu, Pei, 0N

Liu, Qingjie, 07

Liu, Xiaoman, 2N

Liu, Xiaosha, 2N

Liu, Xu, 0W, 0X

Liu, Yalan, 2W

Liu, Yong-ming, 2E

Liu, Zhong-Yu, 25

Lu, Yufeng, 2W

Luo, Jiancheng, 0B

Lv, Gang, 0D, 0E, 15, 2A

Ma, Suodong, 27

Ma, Yan-hua, 15, 2Q

Ma, YanPeng, 2D

Magendran, T., 0M

Marcotte, Frédéric, 0G

Marpu, Prashanth, 0P

Miao, Congcong, 1W

Mishra, Deepak R., 0J

Mishra, Sachidananda, 0J

Morales Manilla, Luis M., 0P

Narumalani, Sunil, 0J

Niu, Zheng, 31

Pettersen, Claire, 14

Qi, Hongxing, 0F, 2D

Qiu, Shi, 2R

Ran, Qiong, 05

Revercomb, Henry E., 0W, 13, 14, 16

S.,Padma, 17

S.,Shanmuga Priyaa, 21

Salyuk, Pavel A., 1 K

S.,Sanjeevi, 0M, 17, 21

Savary, Simon, 12

Shao, Honglan, 20, 2T

Shao, Xi, 2R

Shen, Weimin, 27

Shen, Zhanfeng, 0B

Shiomi, Kei, 16

Shmirko, Konstantin A., 1K

Shu, Rong, 2D

Smith Sr., William L., 0W, 0X

Sokolov, Anton A., 30

Song, Zhanjie, 23

Stepochkin, Igor E., 1K

Sun, Gang, 31

Sun, Yonghua, 1V

Sun, Zhongqiu, 2B

Tang, Yunwei, 04, 07

Taylor, Joseph K., 13, 14, 16

Tian, Chengming, 1O

Tian, Mi, 2C, 2Q

Tobin, David C., 13, 16

Tremblay, Pierre, 0G, 12

Wan, Huawei, 2N

Wang, Binyong, 0D

Wang, Hao, 24

Wang, Jian-yu, 0D, 0E, 0F, 0I, 15, 20, 2A, 2Q, 2T

Wang, Li, 31

Wang, Liangliang, 1G

Wang, Qian, 1A

Wang, Qinjun, 1R, 2U

Wang, Shuangting, 0N

Wang, Shudong, 1B

Wang, Xuelei, 1L

Wang, Yan, 27

Wang, Zhaohui, 1M

Wang, Zheng, 1 E

Wang, Zhiyong, 05, 1C

Weisz, E., 0W

Wen, Qiang, 05, 1C

Wen, Xiongfei, 1M

Wu, Chuanqing, 1 L

Wu, Ding, 2E

Xia, Liegang, 0B

Xiao, Xiao, 1M

Xie, Feng, 20, 2T

Xie, Wang, 2R

Xiong, Shan-Shan, 24

Xu, Jian, 1M

Xu, Rui, 0D, 0I, 15, 2Q

Xu, Yingyu, 0I

Yan, Min, 29

Yang, Haiping, 0B

Yang, Hang, 1B

Yang, Jian, 23

Yang, Xunfeng, 2X

Yang, Yang, 10

Yang, Zhixiong, 29

Yao, Bo, 0F

Yao, Yanjuan, 1L

Yesalusky, M., 0W

Yu, Chunchao, 29

Yuan, Liyin, 0D, 0E, 0F, 2A

Yuan, Xiaochun, 29

Zhang, Bin, 2R

Zhang, Chuan, 2E

Zhang, Chunsen, 2P

Zhang, Jie-lin, 2E

Zhang, Jingxiong, 04

Zhang, Lifeng, 2N

Zhang, Lifu, 1B

Zhang, Peizhong, 29

Zhang, Wei, 10

Zhang, Yanjiao, 10

Zhang, Yue, 2U

Zhang, Zhaoxi, 1N

Zhao, Dengzhong, 1M

Zhao, Jia, 1E

Zhao, Liao-ying, 0C, 1Z

Zhao, Yindi, 1W, 22

Zhao, Yingjun, 33

Zheng, Jun-peng, 0C, 1Z

Zheng, Wang, 1V

Zheng, Wei-jian, 29

Zheng, Yiwei, 2P

Zheng, Zezhong, 2W

Zhou, Daniel K., 0W, 0X

Zhou, Feng, 1E

Zhou, Guoqing, 2W

Zhou, Shilin, 1G

Zhou, Xin, 0C, 1Z

Zhu, Li, 1L

Symposium Committees

Symposium Chairs

  • Upendra Singh, NASA Langley Research Center (United States)

  • Jiancheng Shi, Institute of Remote Sensing Applications and Digital Earth (China)

Honorary Symposium Chairs

  • George Komar, NASA Headquarters (United States)

  • Toru Fukuda, Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (Japan)

  • Deren Li, Wuhan University (China)

  • Shailesh R. Nayak, Ministry of Earth Sciences (India)

  • Guanhua Xu, Former Minister of Science and Technology Department of China (China)

Symposium Co-chairs

  • Toshio Iguchi, National Institute of Information and Communications Technology (Japan)

  • A. S. Kiran Kumar, Space Applications Center (India)

International Organizing and Technical Program Committee

  • Akimasa Sumi, The University of Tokyo (Japan)

  • Allen M. Larar, NASA Langley Research Center (United States)

  • Delu Pan, The Second Institute of Oceanography, SOA (China)

  • Haruhisa Shimoda, Tokai University (Japan)

  • Huadong Guo, Institute of Remote Sensing and Digital Earth (China)

  • Jiancheng Shi, Institute of Remote Sensing and Digital Earth (China)

  • Jing Ming Chen, Nanjing University (China) and University of Toronto (Canada)

  • Kazuhiro Asai, Tohoku Institute of Technology (Japan)

  • Kohei Mizutani, National Institute of Information and Communications Technology (Japan)

  • Peng Gong, Tsinghua University (China)

  • Peng Zhang, China Meteorological Administration (China)

  • Robert J. Frouin, Scripps Institution of Oceanography (United States) and University of California, San Diego (United States)

  • Shunlin Liang, Beijing Normal University (China) and University of Maryland (United States)

  • Thomas J. Jackson, U. S. Department of Agriculture (United States)

  • Tiruvalam N. Krishnamurti, Florida State University (United States)

  • Toru Fukuda, Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (Japan)

  • Toshiyoshi Kimura, Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (Japan)

  • Upendra N. Singh, NASA Langley Research Center (United States)

  • Xiaoxiong Xiong, NASA Goddard Space Flight Center (United States)

  • Zhanqing Li, Beijing Normal University (China) and University of Maryland, College Park (United States)

  • Guoqing Zhou, Guilin University of Technology (China)

Local Organizing Committee

  • Liangfu Chen, Institute of Remote Sensing and Digital Earth (China)

  • Zifeng Wang, Institute of Remote Sensing and Digital Earth (China)

  • Mingmei Chen, Institute of Remote Sensing and Digital Earth (China)

  • Dandan Li, Institute of Remote Sensing and Digital Earth (China)

  • Tianxing Wang, Institute of Remote Sensing and Digital Earth (China)

  • Xiliang Ni, Institute of Remote Sensing and Digital Earth (China)

  • Xiaofeng Yang, Institute of Remote Sensing and Digital Earth (China)

  • Ying Zhang, Institute of Remote Sensing and Digital Earth (China)

  • Tiantian Wang, Institute of Remote Sensing and Digital Earth (China)

  • Xiaoying Ouyang, Institute of Remote Sensing and Digital Earth (China)

  • Le Yang, Institute of Remote Sensing and Digital Earth (China)

  • Man Peng, Institute of Remote Sensing and Digital Earth (China)

Conference Committee

Conference Chairs

  • Allen M. Larar, NASA Langley Research Center (United States)

  • Makoto Suzuki, Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (Japan)

  • Jianyu Wang, Shanghai Institute of Technical Physics (China)

Conference Program Committee

  • Mitch Goldberg, National Environmental Satellite, Data, and Information Service (United States)

  • Ryoichi Imasu, The University of Tokyo (Japan)

  • Thomas S. Pagano, Jet Propulsion Laboratory (United States)

  • Jeffery J. Puschell, Raytheon Space & Airborne Systems (United States)

  • Henry E. Revercomb, University of Wisconsin-Madison (United States)

  • William L. Smith Sr., NASA/Science Systems and Applications Inc. (United States)

Session Chairs

  • 1 Image Processing for Land Surface Remote Sensing

    Jianyu Wang, Shanghai Institute of Technical Physics (China)

  • 2 Data Processing and Information Extraction

    Xu Liu, NASA Langley Research Center (United States)

  • 3 New Measurements and Instrumentation

    Allen M. Larar, NASA Langley Research Center (United States)

  • 4 General Remote Sensing I

    Makoto Suzuki, Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (Japan)

  • 5 General Remote Sensing II

    Makoto Suzuki, Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (Japan)

  • 6 Agricultural and Vegetation Remote Sensing Applications

    Daniel K. Zhou, NASA Langley Research Center (United States)

  • 7 Atmospheric Sounding with the SNPP and JPSS Satellite Systems

    Allen Huang, University of Wisconsin-Madison (United States)

  • 8 Atmospheric Remote Sensing and Applications

    William L. Smith Sr., Hampton University (United States)

  • 9 Calibration and Characterization

    Allen M. Larar, NASA Langley Research Center (United States)

Introduction

Accurately calibrated multi-, hyper-, and ultra-spectral remote sensing measurement systems are rapidly becoming the instruments of choice for observing a wide variety of geophysical variables from ground-, aircraft-, and satellite-based platforms. New data processing and analysis techniques are emerging for the optimum interpretation of resultant radiance measurements obtained by these spectrometer systems. They cover a spectral range from the visible to the far infrared, to enable a wide range of research and operational applications; geophysical applications include, for example, surface and cloud property characterizations along with retrievals of atmospheric state, dynamics, and composition, all at high spatial resolution while simultaneously covering large areas. Geophysical remote sensing data products from multi- to ultra-spectral remote sensing systems promise to accelerate scientific research on environmental processes, enable efficient monitoring of environmental variables, and lead to improved predictive capability for such parameters and how they respond to natural and anthropogenic external forcings. New and improved technologies and techniques promise smaller and lighter next-generation sensor systems for enhancing current and enabling new future measurement capabilities.

The “Multispectral, Hyperspectral, and Ultraspectral Remote Sensing Technology, Techniques and Applications V” conference was run within SPIE’s Ninth International Asia-Pacific Symposium on Remote Sensing of the Atmosphere, Environment, and Space, held in Beijing, China, 13–16 October 2014. The objective of this conference was to bring together the scientific, engineering, and data user communities to provide an international forum for exchanging information about the development, application of, and experimental results from multi-, hyper- and ultra-spectral resolution remote sensing measurement systems. Primary focus areas were associated with the design, development, and implementation of, as well as analysis and usage of data from, such remote sensing systems intended for environmental monitoring applications. The conference was very successful with approximately 75 oral and poster presentations delivered from authors of diverse international affiliations (i.e., China, United States, Japan, Canada, India, Taiwan, Egypt, Mexico, and the Russian Federation). The conference presentation structure was composed of nine oral and one poster sessions. Several of the oral presentations had different aspects of their topical areas also covered in the poster session. The session content addressed atmospheric, land, and vegetation remote sensing, other remote sensing applications, image and data processing, sensor calibration and characterization, and new measurement systems.

We would like to express our sincere appreciation to the program committee and session chairs, to colleagues who participated in the conference, to the SPIE staff, and to all our hosts and meeting sponsors in Beijing whose contributions were all essential to the success of this conference.

Allen M. Larar

Makoto Suzuki

Jianyu Wang

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