Christian Hüttich

dynamic terrestrial landscapes

About

Christian is Geographer and University lecturer at the Chair of Remote Sensing at the Institute of Geography and Geology of the University of Würzburg.  His research focus on the development of Earth observation approaches for the monitoring of dynamic terrestrial ecosystems. With a thematic focus on forest resource, agricultural and wetland monitoring, Christian assesses vegetation dynamics and phenology monitoring techniques to derive indicators for climate change mitigation and adaption and indicators for socio-economic induced land-cover and land-use dynamics. Further research interests are geographic data synergies and standards. Geo-data interoperability, EO knowledge and science-policy transfer and citizen Science techniques in geographic research.

 

University of Wuerzburg

Dept. of Remote Sensing

email: christian.huettich@uni-wuerzburg.de

phone: +49 (0)931 31 82583

Recent News

EAGLE wall of fame – our graduates

EAGLE wall of fame – our graduates

All our graduated EAGLE students are shown on our wall-of-fame. Great way to see who studied when and what was the topic about. Some of them are already doing their PhD with us or other research organizations and two of these graduates just founded their own remote...

EAGLEs at DLR EOC

EAGLEs at DLR EOC

Our 2019 EAGLEs visited the DLR-EOC and learned a lot about current earth observation research at DLR. Many talks as well as discussions with PhD, Postdocs and teamleaders were organized by Prof. Claudia Kuenzer, head of the landsurface department and professor in...

Short Presentation on UAV and LiDAR

Short Presentation on UAV and LiDAR

This Friday at 12am we will have two brief presentations by colleagues from the Max-Planck-Insitute and University Göttingen in room 1.009 OKW 86, right after the student presentations: Dr. Anne Scharf (MPI-AB) "The need for a closer look: how drones could fill in the...

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