Európska vesmírna agentúra (ESA), NASA a SCERIN Vás pozýva dňa 20.-24. júna 2019 na unikátny tréningový kurz zameraný na využitie dát z družíc určených na diaľkové pozorovanie Zeme do Nového Sadu v Srbsku.
Viac informácií nájdete na: http://web.natur.cuni.cz/gis/tat
Trans-Atlantic Training 2019 (TAT-7) titled “Radar and Optical Remote Sensing in the Agricultural and Environmental Monitoring”
Participants: Students and early-career scientists, in particular from the Eastern, Central and South Europe and Baltic states
When: 20th – 24th of June 2019
Where: Hosted by University of Novi Sad, Serbia
Application deadline: 25th of May 2019
No participation fee.
Additional information on the official website http://web.natur.cuni.cz/gis/tat
Trans-Atlantic Training is the series of RS/EO training and capacity building activities with focus on methods and technologies of EO with support of ESA, NASA and SCERIN.
Students and early-career scientists are welcome to attend this training, especially students and early-career scientists of SCERIN network from the Eastern, Central and South Europe and Baltic states.
The topic of TAT-7 is “Radar and Optical Remote Sensing in the Agricultural and Environmental Monitoring”. Lectures and training activities will be focused on the evaluation of land use/land cover change and the monitoring of agricultural and environmental aspects by using different types of sensors. The first part shall deal with SAR data – Sentinel-1 mission. Applications of SAR data in the LCLUC dynamics will be presented during theoretical and practical sessions. The second part of TAT-7 will be thematically focused on the new trends in classification of land use/land cover using optical remote sensing with emphasis on Landsat-8 and Sentinel-2 missions.
Lecturers of TAT-7 will be experts of EO/RS, e.g:
- Francesco Sarti, ESA – Esrin, Italy
- Pierre-Louis Frison, UPEM/IGN
- Martin Sudmanns, University of Salzburg
- Garik Gutman, NASA Headquarters
- Petya Campbell, NASA/GSFC and University of Maryland Baltimore County
- Mihai Nita, University of Brashov
- Gregory Taff, World Resources Institute (WRI)
Additional training information about programme, teachers and registration are available on the official web site of TAT http://web.natur.cuni.cz/gis/tat
If you need more information about TAT-7, do not hesitate and contact the coordinators at: email@example.com