The next AniMove summerschool will be from August 27th to September 9th 2017. This intense 2 weeks course covers how to analyze animal movement data and environmental remote sensing data for ecological applications. We will cover again the remote sensing and spatial data analysis part and how to combine it with movement tracks. Data access… Read More


CAWa Summer School 2017 “Methods and Tools for the Assessment and Monitoring of Central Asian Water and Land Resources” 05 – 17 June, 2017 at the German-Kazakh University in Almaty, Kazakhstan   The CAWa Summer School addresses master and PhD students and junior university teachers and researchers from Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan, and Afghanistan… Read More


Application is now open for those interested in participating in the training course funded by the European Facility for Airborne Research (EUFAR) through EU’s 7th Framework Programme will be held at the Bavarian Forest National Park and DLR from 3th to 14th of July 2017. In this training course, the special skills required for processing… Read More


The application is opened to apply for the EAGLE M.Sc. program starting in winter 2017 (mid of October). The application deadline is May 15th 2017 (23:59, CEST). Please feel free to contact us beforehand to discuss open questions but please check our FAQ first. EAGLE is providing applied remote sensing courses for a variety of… Read More


    Name of position: 1 Research Associate – Local Representative of the Regional Research Network ‘Water in Central Asia’ Location of the position: Almaty, Kazakhstan Deadline for applications: March 1, 2017 Employer: CAWa and German Kazakh University in Almaty   The regional research network ‘Water in Central Asia’ (CAWa) with project partners in Germany… Read More


M.Sc thesis (+ a two-month internship): Agent-based modeling to understand Mediterranean wetland (former saltworks) dynamic based on multiple remote sensing data   The Camargue’s former saltworks is a 6500-ha site located at the Mediterranean coast in southern France. The site has been recently purchased by the Conservatoire du Littoral, a public organization created in 1975… Read More


A new published work featuring Hooman Latifi from Dept. of Remote Sensing and Siddhartha Khare from Indian Institute of Technology Roorkee presents a full remote sensing-based approach to assess the vegetation diversity across the areas affected and invaded by Lantana camara, an invasive plant species. The study comprises two main steps  utilizing  multi-source satellite earth… Read More


Postdoctoral Research Associate (TV-L E13) Remote Sensing based Assessment of Cotton Production in Pakistan   The Department of Remote Sensing, University of Würzburg, is looking for a self‐motivated and team‐oriented fulltime (100%) Post-Doc research associate, starting from March 2017 until February 2020. The successful candidate will conduct her/his work in the context of the international… Read More


In a recently-published paper in Forestry featuring Hooman Latifi, Steven Hill and Stefan Dech from the Dept. of Remote Sensing, further advancements have been reported in developing unbiased statistical models for area-based estimation of forest understorey layers using LiDAR point cloud information. The study leveraged an original high-density LiDAR point cloud, which was further processed… Read More


  Postdoctoral Research Associate (TV-L E13) Remote Sensing of Biophysical Parameters for Agricultural Monitoring The Department of Remote Sensing, University of Würzburg, is looking for a motivated and team‐oriented fulltime (100%) Post-Doc research associate, starting from March2017 until August 2018. The announced position is related to the project “Global Agricultural Monitoring. The German contribution”(GLAM.DE), which… Read More