Andreas Bury successfully defended his MSc thesis

Andreas Bury successfully defended his MSc thesis “Assessing Air Pollution in Urban Environments: A Comprehensive Analysis Using Earth Observation and In Situ Measurements” at the EAGLE colloquium on the 8th of March 2024.  

His research offers an approach to integrating Earth Observation data with in situ measurements for a more nuanced understanding of urban air pollution, focusing on NO2 and PM10 levels in Würzburg. Andreas’s work demonstrates the potential of combining satellite data from the Copernicus Sentinel-5P, regulatory readings, and low-cost sensor networks for detailed air quality analysis. Conducted under the guidance of Prof. Dr. Hannes Taubenböck and Prof. Dr. Tobias Ullmann, the thesis is a contribution to applied Earth Observation and Geo-analysis, emphasizing the importance of interdisciplinary methods in environmental science.

 

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