The 2014 Earth Science Technology Forum (ESTF2014) was held October 28-30 in Leesburg, Virginia, and drew more than 135 attendees from universities, industry, NASA centers, and other government agencies. Over 70 presentations were given on the latest advances in NASA-funded technology for Earth science observations within two parallel tracks of sessions.

Jack Kaye, the Associate Director for Research within NASA's Earth Science Division, gave the kickoff address. (+Presentation, PDF)

Jeffrey Myers, Manager of the Airborne Sensor Facility at NASA Ames Research Center, gave a plenary talk on the capabilities of the Airborne Science Program. (+Presentation, PDF)

And a town hall meeting was hosted by George Komar, Program Director of the Earth Science Technology Office. (+Presentation, PDF)

This website archives the full proceedings from the conference, including abstracts and presentations as well as an index of presenting authors. Visit the SCHEDULE, SESSIONS and AUTHOR INDEX pages to access these documents.