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ZFL Kolloquien

Das ZFL bietet regelmäßige Präsentationen eingeladener Redner über aktuelle Fernerkundungsthemen.

6. März 2017 - ZFL-Kolloquium
Prof. Shunichi Koshimura (International Research Institute of Disaster Science, Tohoku University, Japan)
Enhancing Earth Observation and Modeling for Tsunami Disaster Response and Management

 

1. Februar 2017
Prof. Ribana Roscher (Junior Professor for Remote Sensing at IGG, Dept. for Geodesy, Bonn University)
Pattern Recognition and Machine Learning for Remote Sensing

 

16. April 2015
Dr. Corinne Frey (DLR)

Processing of AVHRR Data over Europe and North-Africa in the TIMELINE Project

 

29. April 2014 - ZEF/ZFL public lecture
Prof. Dr. Gilberto Camara (University of Münster)

LAND CHANGE IN BRAZILIAN AMAZONIA: A CASE STUDY ON NATURE-SOCIETY INTERACTION

 
July 11th, 2013 1st Joint ZEF/ZFL Colloquium
Pavel Propastin (Department of Cartography, GIS & Remote Sensing, Georg-August-University Göttingen)

Land degradation and rehabilitation in Kazakhstan: evaluations and controversies


October 9th, 2012
Andrew Skidmore (ITC of the University of Twente, Wageningen University)
Hyper remote sensing: recent results with hyperspectral and hypertemporal imagery

 

December 9th, 2010
Hermann Kaufmann (Remote Sensing Dept., GFZ, German Research Centre Potsdam)

Die Zukunft der optischen Fernerkundung - Abbildende Spektroskopie

January 28th, 2010
Allan A. Nielsen (TU Denmark / Danish National Space Center)

Kernel Methods in Change Detection Based on Generalised Multivariate Difference Images

April 2nd, 2009
Tobias Hank (Dept. of Geography, Ludwig-Maximilians-Univ. Munich)

Akquise, Aufbereitung und Anwendungsmöglichkeiten hyperspektraler Fernerkundungsdaten am Beispiel der AVIS-Sensorenfamilie

February 7th, 2008
Michael Schaepman (CGI/ESG, Wageningen Univ. and Research Center, Netherlands)

Quantitative Remote Sensing - Assessing the Plant (Non-)Pigmente System from Space

November 22nd, 2007
Natascha Oppelt (Dept. of Geography, Ludwig-Maximilians-Univ. Munich)

Hyperspektrale, multi-angulare Fernerkundung zur Ableitung von pflanzenphysiologischen Parametern

November 8th, 2007
Andreas Brenner (FGAN, Wachtberg)

Hochauflösende Radarbildgebung urbaner Szenen mit dem flugzeuggetragenen X-Band-Sensor PAMIR

September 6th, 2007
Henning Skriver (Technical University of Denmark, Danish National Space Center)

Polarimetric SAR Used for Land Cover Mapping and Change Detection

June 27th, 2007
Dar Robert (University of California, Santa Barbara)

New Trends in Hyperspectral Remote Sensing in Natural and Anthropogenic Landscapes

May 21th, 2007
Allan A. Nielsen (TU Denmark / Danish National Space Center)

The Regularized Iteratively Reweighted MAD Method for Change Detection in Multi- and Hyperspectral Data

October 16th, 2006
Peter Verburg (Landscape Centre, Wageningen University, Netherlands)

Scenario-based Simulation of Land Use Change: Spatial Models as Discussion Support System

April 11th, 2006
Uwe Rascher (Forschungszentrum Jülich)

Raum-zeitliche Musterbildung der Photosynthese vom Blatt zum Ökosystem. Wie können Fernerkundungsverfahren zum Verständnis von pflanzenvermittelten Austauschprozessen beitragen?

February 4th, 2005
Benjamin Kötz (Remote Sensing Lab, Zurich, Switzerland)

Forest Parameter Estimation Based on 3-D Radiative Transfer Modeling

November 24th, 2004
Michael Schmidt (CSIRO, Canberra, Australia)

Recent Advances in AVHRR Data Processing and Availability - an Australian Perspective

May 13th, 2004
Stefan Hawlitschka (FGAN, Wachtberg)

Image interpretation in Radar Remote Sensing of Land Surfaces

January 9th, 2004
Axel Thomas (Dept. of Geography, Univ. Mainz)

Erfahrungen und Konzepte einer GIS- und Fernerkundungs-gestützten agrarökonomischen Evaluierung der Provinz Yunnan, SW-China

February 6th, 2003
Joachim Hill (Dept. of Geography, Univ. Trier)

Land Degradation and Desertification Processes in Mediterranean Regions

December 5th, 2002
Rudi Goossens (Dept. of Geography, Univ. Gent, Belgium)

Historic Background, Current Status and Future Trends in 3D-Remote Sensing

October 31st, 2002
Kurt P. Günther (DLR-DFD, Wessling)

MODIS, ein neuer Fernerkundungssensor für die Umweltbeobachtung

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