Internship and M.Sc. idea presentations

Internship and M.Sc. idea presentations

on Thursday, December 13th, at 12:30 we will have the following presentations in the student working room (Josef Martin Weg 52, 3rd floor):

internship presentations:

Johni Miah
“Remote Sensing and Geographic Information System for Decision Making”
Benjamin Lee
“Quantifying intertidal areas in the East Asian-Australasian Flyway”
Marina Reiter
“Computation of sewer system in Ulm”

M.Sc. idea presentations:

Marina Reiter
“Analysis of urban green areas in German cities”
Fowad Ahmed
“Drought Monitoring in the University Forest Sailershausen”
EAGLE Internships

EAGLE Internships

On Monday, 24th of September, at 1pm the following internship reports will be presented:

“Installation and Characterization of an imaging Spectrometer for the UAV-based remote sensing”

“Crop classification based on S1/S2 in sub-Sahara Africa”

“Remote Sensing of Water Quality at Brockmann Consult”

“Urbanization of the Korean peninsula – an internship in the georisk and civil security department of DLR, Oberpfaffenhofen”

Internship, Innovation Lab and MSc idea presentations

Internship, Innovation Lab and MSc idea presentations

The following students presented their innovation labs, internships and ideas for MSc. thesis:
Ahmed: ‎
Innovation Lab at DLR (team of Ursula Gessner) and Master Thesis Idea:
Title: Status of Agricultural Lands in Egypt using Earth Observation
Maninder (at DLR, Demmin):
Internship: To find a best fit model by comparing various Evapotranspiration  models using the weather station data for Toitz station, Germany
Thesis idea: comparing the performace of different crop growth models using synthetic remote sensing data at Demmin, Germany
Thesis idea: Time series analysis of flooding and vegetation patterns in wetlands of Colombian Orinoco Basin
Internship and Innovation Lab presentations

Internship and Innovation Lab presentations

Today some of our EAGLE students presented their internship and innovation laboratory projects. Very interesting topics and they obviously applied and deepened their remote sensing knowledge a lot.

Julia Sauerbrey:  Prediction of Organic Matter Content from Sentinel-2 Imagery in Germany

Marina Reiter: Conservation in Tasmania: Green Leaf Project and World Class Reserve Systems

Sarah Nolting: Regional Scale Statistical Mapping of Snow Avalanche Likelihood and its Combination with an Optical Remote Sensing Based Avalanche Detection Approach – First Attempts for the Province of South Tyrol (Italy)

EAGLE students learn remote sensing field work

EAGLE students learn remote sensing field work

The course “from field work to spatial data” by Tobias Ullmann and Martin Wegmann is covering the whole range of field campaign planning and especially training all necessary methods such as GPS handling, coordinate systems, setting waypoints or finding locations. In the next weeks the EAGLE students will collect field data, link it to attribute tables, import it into a GIS and create a land cover classification. The final project will be an actual field campaign in the Steigerwald area which they have to design, plan, coordinate and analyze it.

EAGLE students coding with sweets

EAGLE students coding with sweets

Today our EAGLE students applied data munging, pipes, plotting and statistics using colour distribution of sweets. They specifically used the dplyr, ggplot, kableExtra and others to compute derivatives, rearrange the data, plot it and run statistics on colour distribution differences between different sweet packages. After this initial task of the course “spatial prediction and modelling” actual spatial prediction of in-situ point data combined with remote sensing data will be performed. This course will cover a wide range of approaches and packages to run spatial models and predict them spatially and temporally.