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 Jakob Rieser

M.Sc. defense by Jakob Rieser

On Monday, 26th of September at 10am, Jakob will present his M.Sc. thesis „A Synergistic Use of Optical and SAR Remote Sensing Data for the Long-term Evolution of Biocrusts and their Activity Across Diverse Dryland Ecosystems”. from the abstract: "Biological soil...

MSc defense by Christopher Chan

MSc defense by Christopher Chan

Chris will present his M.Sc. thesis "Investigating the capability of UAV imagery in AI-assisted mapping of Refugee Camps in East Africa" on Friday 16th of September at 2pm. From his abstract: " Refugee camps and informal settlements provide accommodation to some of...

MSc defense by Annika Ludwig

MSc defense by Annika Ludwig

Annika will present her M.Sc. thesis "Analysis of alpine grassland management dynamics based on webcam and optical remote sensing time series" on Friday 9th of September at 9am. From the abstract: "The aim of this study is to detect relationships between environmental...

MSc defense by Haiyin Ye

MSc defense by Haiyin Ye

On Friday 20th of May at 9am Haiyin will present her M.Sc. thesis "Monitoring Gypsy Moth Outbreak Using Sentinel-1 and Sentinel-2 Data". From the abstract: "Gypsy moth Lymantria dispar (L.) is a serious pest in deciduous forests, the larvae of which can feed on a...

MSc defense by Sofia Garcia

MSc defense by Sofia Garcia

On Friday, March 11th at 9am Sofia will present her M.Sc. thesis "Estimating socioeconomic variables in Bolivia using satellite-based nighttime light images and electricity consumption data". From the abstract: "The lack of up-to-date data on socio-economic parameters...

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