Regarding some programs in European and North American universities like:
M.Sc. Remote Sensing and Computer Science in Aberystwyth, United Kingdom
University of Colorado: Electrical, Computer and Energy engineering
I always thought that remote sensing, geoscience, gis and computer science are related topics.
I don't mean they are the same but I believe that their specialists should be able and are forced to work with each other.
For example my research as a remote sensing specialist involves data mining and pattern recognition and I should be able to write high performance code or hire someone that can write such code and run it on big data. A quick look at my profile and my questions in different communities like game developement, stack overflow, code review, ... in recent years proves what I mean.
But I really don't understand why most of the people here disagree with this fact and don't let a community promotion ad be shown in this site! I believe that there should be some remote sensing researchers who come to cs.se to solve their computer science ambiguities. I had a full discussion with Raphael about it which was deleted and I also showed him that I'm allowed to post an ad here.
I mean when Robert Cartaino has let me to post the ad for a remote sensing and photogrammetry site on physics and he says:
If the target sitea are running Community Promotion Ads (which these are), and the community is is somewhat aligned with subject of the site (which these seem to be), then yes; it is permitted to post your sample ad for consideration.
then let alone computer science which is a highly related topic to remote sensing. So why don't you agree with this ad be shown up on the side bar of the main site just sometimes?