4th semester

M.Sc. thesis

The M.Sc. thesis is an independent research project ideally publishable after submission. The thesis aim, content as methods are developed by the student and supervised by an EAGLE lecturer which can be chosen by the student. After handing in the thesis a defense of the M.Sc. thesis is required. The presentation should take approx. 30 minutes and questions by the whole audience can be asked for a maximum of another 20-30 minutes. The final colloquium aims to present the aim and results of the M.Sc. thesis to a scientific audience (EAGLE lecturer and students) who are all allowed to ask questions and discuss the outcome critically. The presentation ought to follow scientific standards and ought to comply to scientific legal specification (e.g. citations, no plagiarism).

News on MSc thesis presentations and announcements:

M.Sc. defense by Nina Gnann

M.Sc. defense by Nina Gnann

Nina Gnann will present her M.Sc. thesis "Identification of anthropogenic debris assisted by unmanned aerial vehicles and deep learning” on September 8th 12pm. From the abstract: Due to anthropogenic actions, plastic and other debris are distributed in the environment...

MSc thesis presentations by Navid Chamani

MSc thesis presentations by Navid Chamani

Navid Chamani is defending his thesis "Investigation on the intra-annual variations of the relationship between Landsat 8-derived LST and spectral indices in west Africa" on September 25th 10am. from the abstract: "Monitoring the variations of the land surface...

MSc defense by Salim Soltani

MSc defense by Salim Soltani

Selected map of NSR and non_NSR cities from 1990-2019, NSR cities represent the cities located directly on the New Silk Road , and non_NSR cities represent cities located far from( at least 100 Km) the New Silk Road. Salim Soltani will defend his M.Sc. thesis...

M.Sc. Defense by Felix Glasmann

M.Sc. Defense by Felix Glasmann

Felix Glasman will defend his M.Sc. thesis "The FireBIRD Mission: Potential for the Detection of Gasflaring" on Thursday 30th of July at 11am. From his abstract: "The controversial but widespread process of gas flaring has received growing attention over the recent...

MSc defense by Katrin Hasenbein

MSc defense by Katrin Hasenbein

Katrin Hasenbein will defend her M.Sc. thesis on Thursday 12am on "The potential to enhance land use mapping by leveraging processing methods of time series data". from the abstract: "With the launch of the twin satellites of Sentinel-2 time series data with a high...

MSc defense by Silvan Steiner

MSc defense by Silvan Steiner

On Thursday at 10am Silvan Steiner will present his M.Sc. thesis "Assessing the Potential of a Land Cover Dependent Snow Cover Detection Algorithm for the Global SnowPack". Due to the Covid19 situation his defense will be in a virtual course room. Everybody is invited...

M.Sc. defense by Benjamin Lee

M.Sc. defense by Benjamin Lee

Benjamin will defend his M.Sc. thesis " DEVELOPMENT OF A SEMI-ANALYTICAL MODEL FOR SEAGRASS MAPPING USING CLOUD-BASED COMPUTING AND OPEN SOURCED OPTICAL SATELLITE DATA" on Friday March 6th 10 am in room 1.009 OKW 86. from the abstract: "Seagrasses provide USD$2.28...

M.Sc. defense by Anna Orthofer

M.Sc. defense by Anna Orthofer

Anna Orthofer will present her M.Sc. thesis on Friday 7th of February at 10 am in room 1.009 OKW 86. Her M.Sc. was about "Deriving Leaf Area Index and mowing dates for grasslands based on the radiative transfer model SLC and Sentinel 2 data." More details from the...

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