Guest Scientist: Olga Degtyareva

We welcome Olga in Würzburg at our Department again. She visits us the second time in order to work and gain new expertise with colleagues from our university on modeling of rice yields, which is one of the tasks of the LaVaCCA project. In 2013 she graduated as Master...

Introducing our tutors

from left to right: Jakob, Patrick, Katrin and Marius Katrin Hasenbein, Patrick Horst, Marius Philipp and Jakob Rieser are supporting us teaching the lecture „Applications of geographical Remote Sensing“ within the bachelor study program....

publication: Remote Sensing in Ecology and Conservation: three years on

Our editorial "Remote Sensing in Ecology and Conservation: three years on" is out. from the abstract: In 2014, Wiley and the Zoological Society of London launched Remote Sensing in Ecology and Conservation, an open-access journal that aims to support communication and...

New Publication: Refining the Link between Remote Sensing and Animal Movement

New paper published in Remote Sensing in Ecology and Conservation (RSEC) in cooperation with the Max Planck Institute for Ornithology (MPIo) and the European Academy of Bolzano (EURAC). This paper discusses the technical and theoretical differences between animal...

new article: Building capacity in remote sensing for conservation: present and future challenges

Our new article on the importance of remote sensing training is published in RSEC, lead by Ilaria Palumbo from JRC titled "Building capacity in remote sensing for conservation: present and future challenges". from the abstract: Remote sensing (RS) has made significant...

7 R-tips for Rookies

A short course in R helps to get in touch with the software and to overcome some beginner’s problems. It motivates to use the software and makes starting easier. However, it only can give an overview of what is actually possible. Let’s be honest: Taking part in a...

PhD defense by Kersten Clauss

On Wednesday, May 15th, at 4pm in Z6, room 01.003, we will have another PhD defense by a member of our department. Kersten Clauß will present his thesis "Remote Sensing of Rice Areas - Mapping Rice Fields and Estimating Rice Production Employing Multi-Sensor Remote...

special issue on remote sensing and animal movement

a special issue in the Wiley journal RSEC is organized by us. Check it out and consider submitting a manuscript. Animal movement in space and time, and its link to environmental conditions, are key to ecological and conservation research.  With increased...

new PhD student Maninder Singh Dhillon

In March, Maninder Singh Dhillon will join the Department of Remote Sensing as a PhD student. He will work on observing crop statistics such as crop biomass and crop yield using crop growth models (CGMs) for the state of Bavaria, Germany. In this context, he will be...

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