TV report on Earth Observation

Yesterday evening, Welt, a German television news channel, was broadcasting a report called "Digital Globe - How Earth Observation changes our world". Featuring animations created by our colleagues at DLR and ESA as well as several experts - including Stefan Dech...

special issue on RS training in ecology and conservation

A large diversity of remote sensing training for ecology and conservation exists and such trainings are increasingly offered. All remote sensing trainings have different approaches, use different data sets and have different audience. However, their results,...

MSc handed in on object-oriented classification of historical maps for ecosystem services

Yrneh Ulloa handed in her MSc "Land change in the Main catchment with an Object Based approach using eCognition" which dealt with classifying landcover in historical maps (1810+) automatically using object oriented approaches. The monitoring of land cover and land use...

Summer BBQ at the Department of Remote Sensing

We had perfect weather for the summer BBQ of our department and great talks and discussions. Not all could make it but quite a few and we are looking forward to 2018 with maybe even more future, current and past remote sensing scientists from our department at our...

Two guest scientists from Central Asian countries

In June and early July, two guest scientists were invited to the University of Würzburg, Department of Remote Sensing for training and cooperation purposes within the framework of the project "Central Asian Water" (CAWa). Sherzod Zaitov is employed at the SIC ICWC...
Department Bus

Department Bus

Our new department bus is now ready for excursions with our students, for field work in our study areas or for research visits at collaborating institutes. We are looking forward to use our Department EAGLE bus extensively in 2020!

New PhD student Alexandra Bell

New PhD student Alexandra Bell

End of this year, Alexandra Bell joined the Department of Remote Sensing as one of our new PhD students and project members of the project WASCAL-DE-Coop. In the context of her PhD, Alexandra is interested in investigating the potential contribution of remote sensing...

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