Author: Dept. of Remote Sensing

Christmas party at the Department

The christmas party by the department of remote sensing was great fun again and we had lots of very delicious international food by all our divers members of the department, as well as presents.  Thanks to all who organized it and helped to arrange the venue. It was great fun and a perfect end of our successful year 2017. We wish everybody some relaxing days off and a happy new year. We are looking forward to an exciting...

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DLR excursion of our EAGLE students

 Our 2017 EAGLEs spend a great day at DLR-EOC close to Munich and learnt a lot about applied remote sensing. Beside talks about a variety of topics did the EAGLE students also have the chance to discuss in small groups with DLR scientists their research or recommendations on needed skills. Claudia Künzer welcomed all EAGLEs and various members of her department gave insights into their current research topics such as Soner Üreyen on tracing change processes, Emmanuel Da Ponte Canova on analysing sustainable land use in Paraguay or SAR applications by Anna Wendleder. Additionally coastal research and imaging spectroscopy...

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Department Summer BBQ 2018

  The Department of Remote Sensing will organize again a summer BBQ event jointly with the EAGLE summer dialogue and welcomes all current and past students and colleagues as well as friends and colleagues from outside on June 22nd (Friday) 2018. We are planning to have 1-2 talks about status and future of Earth Observation, followed by an icebreaker and BBQ. We are very much looking forward to see a lot of former students and colleagues as well as collaborators again and have a great day of work and non-work related...

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new PhD student: Talha Mahmood

We welcome Talha Mahmood as new PhD student in our department. He completed his Bachelors and Masters in Agricultural Engineering from University of Agriculture, Faisalabad, Pakistan. During his master studies he worked on Remote sensing and GIS modelling for water resources management. Before coming to Germany for Ph.D studies he was working as Scientific officer in Pakistan Agricultural Research Council. His Ph.D studies are being funded by Higher Education Commission, Pakistan in collaboration with DAAD. At the Deptartment of Remote Sensing, his tentative Ph.D project is “ Sustainability of Eco-Systems in Changing Climate and Land Use in Irrigated Area...

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our PhD student Anudari Batsaikhan received award

Our PhD student Anudari Batsaikhan received an award from the Japan Society of Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing (JSPRS) for her research presented at the JSPRS Fall Conference 2017 held in Yamaguchi, Japan on 9th and 10th November.  She presented part of her work titled “Analyzing the impact of snowmelt timing on grassland green-up dates in the European Alps using webcams” at the conference....

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