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The 2017 Remote Sensing for Humanitarian Programs Workshop will be held at Harvard University (Cambridge, MA) from June 26 - 30, 2017.
This course is the first professional training course with the aim of providing humanitarian professionals basic skills and knowledge required to use remote sensing technologies, such as satellite and drone imagery, as part of humanitarian operations. The goal of the course is to equip participants with the necessary expertise to manage, design, and utilize remote sensing programs during both natural disasters and conflict-related emergencies.
The Remote Sensing Workshop for Humanitarian Response is a five-day training conducted by the Signal Program on Human Security and Technology at the Harvard Humanitarian Initiative. The course faculty is experienced in remote sensing for humanitarian response, and has extensive expertise in analyzing data from both satellites and from unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) in real-world-situations.
Gregg Greenough, MD, MPH, Research Director, Division of International Emergency Medicine and Humanitarian Programs, Brigham and Womens Hospital; Assistant Professor, Harvard Medical School, Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health
Nathaniel Raymond, Director, Signal Program on Human Security and Technology, Harvard Humanitarian Initiative
Isaac Baker, Imagery Analysis Manager, Signal Program on Human Security and Technology, Harvard Humanitarian Initiative
Faine Greenwood, MA, Research Assistant, Signal Program on Human Security and Technology, Harvard Humanitarian Initiative
Workshop Registration Fee - $1750 USD ($1600 Early Registration Discount available until May 1, 2017)
Course fees will cover the workshop, light breakfast, lunch and course materials. Formal confirmation of enrollment will be sent upon receipt of course fees and review of requested registration materials. Please note that registration is not completed and your spot in the workshop is not guaranteed until full payment of the course fee has been received. This workshop is a self-funded program and all participants are required to pay a registration fee. At this time participation scholarships are not available. Please note that accommodations and travel are not included in the course fee.
Special Instructions for International Participants
The Humanitarian Academy at Harvard encourages workshop participation by international guests. If you will be traveling from another country to attend the workshop and will need a visa to enter the United States, then please read carefully the following information
Due to the visa application process, it is recommended that you register for the workshop early. Invitation letters for the purposes of securing a visa will be sent by the Humanitarian Academy at Harvard under only the following conditions:
Please note that participants must specifically request a Letter of Support for a Visa application by emailing hhiRemoteSensing@gmail.com
If course fees have been paid and you require a Visa to attend the class, please notify the course organizers as soon as possible in order to request a confirmation of enrollment letter. If you have paid and subsequently your Visa request is denied, you may transfer your registration to another course at no charge or request a cancellation refund. Cancellations for denied Visas are handled on a case by case basis and you may need to provide proof of Visa denial.
All cancellation and deferment requests should be submitted to hhiRemoteSensing@gmail.com