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This years conference is being held at Kingston University London

 13th – 15th  March 2017


The Wavelength Conference provides an opportunity for research students and young professionals to present their work and ideas in a friendly and supportive environment.

Normally run over three days, this international conference has seen increasing numbers attending in recent years.



To submit an abstract, please fill out and return this form to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.


The conference is to be held at Kingston University London, a university set in a historic market town located less than 30 minutes from central London.

Transport links to London central and the rest of the country are very good, and the train station is just a 15 minute walk from the University, and a 5 minute walk to where delegates will be staying.

Delegates will be staying in and around Kingston for the duration of the conference.




Accommodation will be provided for delegates at the Travelodge Kingston, with 3 people sharing each room.

The hotel is ideally located for easy access to the University and to the town centre, where the social activities will be taking place. 

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We are pleased to announce the following keynote speakers will be attending Wavelength 2017:

Dr. Alistair Graham, Geoger Ltd.

Dr Alastair Graham has years of experience in remote sensing and environmental work, and has held roles in both academia and the commercial sector.

With expertise in environmental data handling, remote sensing, open systems, environmental applications, capacity building and project management,

His love for Earth Observation and open source products lead him to form Geoger, a consultancy focussing on EO science.


Mr. Tom Huntley, Systems consultant, Geoxphere

Tom is an accomplished project manager, web developer and systems integrator. He has experience in airborne remote sensing and street-level imagery.

Tom recently moved from GetMapping plc to Geoxphere, a new company with focus on aerial imagery acquired from their new product, the XCam.

Tom is working to push the limits of aerial and close range photogrammetry and remote sensing.



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As well as boasting a strong scientific programme, there is also an active social scene offered at the Wavelength conference.

Monday evening is designated as the icebreaker, where a delegates will visit a local pub and take part in a number of evening activities. 

The main social activities will take place on Tuesday morning, a river cruise along the Thames to view some of the stretch up to Richmond.

An alternative will be a tour of Kingston’s historic town center, which was a market hub for traders within the UK.



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Registration is due to open in January. Three registration rates are available;

  • Rate 1 including registration, accommodation and meals - £65
  • Rate 2 including registration and meals - £45
  • Rate 3 for registration only - £25

The above rates are for RSPSoc members only. If you are a non-member an additional £30 will be added to your membership.

However with student registration only being £25 you would be crazy not to become a member.

To join RSPSoc and find out about the additional benefits of being a member click here


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Please contact James O'Connor at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. for details about sponsoring Wavelength 2017, the following sponsorship packages are available.





Suggested Sponsorship


Platinum sponsor

-       Recognition as a platinum sponsor on the RSPSoc Wavelength website

-       Branded items and/or leaflets added to delegate packs

-       1 page advert in the Wavelength conference booklet

-       One delegates registration and exhibition stand with option for displaying promotional material and demonstrating products/services at the conference



Gold Sponsor

-       Recognition as a gold sponsor on the RSPSoc Wavelength website

-       Branded items and/or leaflets added to delegate packs

-       ½ page advert in the Wavelength conference booklet



Silver sponsor

-       Recognition as a silver sponsor on the RSPSoc Wavelength website

-       Branded items and/or leaflets added to delegate packs

£200 - £300


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 Platinum Sponsors


Silver Sponsors



Registration is now open! Please use the paypal form below to select the option indicated on your abstract submission:

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Getting to Kingston


 By train:

Train is by far the easiest way to arrival at Kingston station, which is easily accessible by all mainline stations from London.

By plane:

From Heathrow, delegates should take a bus directly to Kingston central (route X26)

From Gatwick, delegates can take a train to Clapham Junction and change to a train towards Kingston

Delegates arriving to the station will be met by conference organizers at 11 am.

Travelling around Kingston

Delegates should aim to arrive at 11 am on Monday morning, in order to start conference proceedings at 12. The conference venue is located at the university’s Kingston hill campus, easily accessible by bus, a 10 minute ride from Kingston central.


The university provides a free campus to campus bus service which delegates can avail of to travel between locations.


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