First EAGLE Midsummer Dialogue

First EAGLE Midsummer Dialogue

Beside participants from the University of Wuerzburg and the DLR, also many colleagues from companies and a variety of national and international research institutions joined this event. The midsummer dialogue was organized by the EAGLE students. The students were keen to meet and discuss with many lecturers and guests the working conditions and opportunities in remote sensing. The organizers are very happy that this midsummer dialogue was a great success and we plan to organize it next year again with further topical talks and discussions.

The 1st EAGLE midsummer dialogue took place on June 23rd, 2017. Prof. Dr. Stefan Dech, chair of the remote sensing department and Prof. Dr. Christopher Conrad, EAGLE study program coordinator,  welcomed more than 50 students and lecturers as well as current and former members of the department of remote sensing.

application deadline in 7 days

application deadline in 7 days

The application deadline for the upcoming winter term is approaching. Apply within the next 7 days here: http://eagle-science.org/applyapplication deadline is May 15th, further details about needed documents are listed on the application page.

Learn within EAGLE how to apply remote sensing for a variety of environmental applications, explore new methods and collaborate with other disciplines. Also read the news by our EAGLE students on their webpage.

More details about the study program or the courses can be found here:

application deadline for winter term 2017 is approaching

application deadline for winter term 2017 is approaching

 

Applications for the EAGLE M.Sc. program are accepted until May 15th 2017 for the next winter term. The next application deadline will be only next year, again on May 15th 2018. You need the following documents for your application:

  1. a cover letter stating your interest and motivation
  2. a CV
  3. your B.Sc. or higher degree certificate
  4. at least 10 ECTS of course work in statistics, spatial data handling or programming
  5. a B.Sc./M.Sc. within an english study program or a certificate of English language proficiency

more details are provided on our application page: http://eagle-science.org/apply

Please also browse our courses and specialization pages, as well as read the posts by our EAGLE students on their webpage: http://students.eagle-science.org

 

EAGLE students webpage is now online

EAGLE students webpage is now online

Our EAGLE students setup their own webpage at http://students.eagle-science.org! Read about their background, motivation and expectations concerning the EAGLE M.Sc. study program. Moreover, the EAGLE students will post news about ongoing social as well as scientific activities, excursions, internships or coding experiences. Please visit their webpage and contact them if you like to know more about the EAGLE students.

 

EAGLE is part of the Copernicus Academy Network

EAGLE is part of the Copernicus Academy Network

We are happy to receive the notification that the EAGLE training program is endorsed by the Copernicus Academy Network. This network aims to foster the use and benefits of Copernicus. The EAGLE program applied within the DLR and University Wuerzburg network to be part of this great initiative to develop a new tool as well as a community to maximize the use and benefits of remote sensing data. We are looking forward to be part of this great community, share best practice on earth observation training and discuss shortcomings and potential of remote sensing applications.

Further details here: http://www.copernicus.eu/news/lets-shape-future-copernicus

EAGLE students visit DLR-EOC

EAGLE students visit DLR-EOC

Our EAGLE 2016 students visited the DLR-EOC last Friday and got a very good overview of the work done by the scientists at DLR. Many different topics were covered and nearly all applications of applied earth observation research done at DLR-EOC were presented.

 

  • Welcome and DLR overview
    Doris Klein
  • Forest Cover Loss in Paraguay and Ecosystem Service Approaches
    Emmanuel Da Ponte
  • Mapping natural resources using imaging spectroscopy
    Stefanie Holzwarth
  • German Space Operations Center (GSOC)
  • Remote sensing for the support of humanitarian aid
    Konstanze Lechner
  • Center for Satellite Based Crisis Information (ZKI)
    Alexander Mager
  • Earth observation with SAR
    Birgit Wessel
  • The century of the cities – Monitoring the transformation of the global urban environment using EO-data
    Hannes Taubenböck
  • Movement and behavior modes of white storks in relation to settlement patterns and structures
    Ines Standfuss
  • Air pollution in megacities
    Thilo Erbertseder