Trans-Atlantic Training – Pécs 2017
16.06.2017 00:00 až
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Trans-Atlantic Training is the series of RS/EO training and capacity building activities with purpose to share and discuss advanced research methods and technologies of EO during meetings of scientists and students from both Europe and USA with support of ESA, NASA and SCERIN. Students and early-career scientists are welcome to attend this training.
TAT-5 will be held 16th - 20th of June 2017 and hosted by University of Pécs, Faculty of Sciences, Institute of Geography, Hungary.
The topic of TAT-5 is “Multi-sensor Approaches in the Land Use/Land Cover Change”. Lectures and training activities will be focused on the evaluation of impacts of land use/land cover change on ecosystems (e.g. forest disturbances, agricultural land changes and abandonment) by using different types of sensors. The first part shall deal with SAR data – Sentinel-1 mission. Applications of SAR data in the ecosystems dynamics will be presented during theoretical and practical sessions. The second part of TAT-5 will be thematically focused on the new trends in optical remote sensing technics, with emphasis on Landsat-8 and Sentinel-2 missions. Finally a session on Google Earth Engine is prepared for you.
Lecturers of TAT-5 will be experts of EO/RS from Europe and USA, e.g:
- Magdalena Fitrzyk: ESA – Esrin, Italy
- Francesco Sarti: ESA – Esrin, Italy
- Dr. Francesco Holecz, Purasca, sarmap SA, Switzerland
- Dr. Marco Lavalle (JPL)
- Noel Gorelick (Google)
- Jeffrey Masek, University of Maryland, NASA Goddard Space Flight Center
Additional training information about programme, teachers and registration are available on official web site of TAT http://web.natur.cuni.cz/gis/tat
No participation fee is for the training and accommodation of participants is covered by sponsor support.
The deadline for application: 30th of April 2017.
TAT-5 is organized in close cooperation with the South Central European Regional Information Network (SCERIN).
If you need more information about TAT-5, do not hesitate and contact Premysl Stych on address: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Trans-Atlantic Training coordinator
Head of Department of Applied Geoinformatics and Cartography,
Charles University, Faculty of Science,
Albertov 6, Prague 2, zip code 128 43,
tel.: +420 22195 1408
GSM: +420 775 144 343