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

internship, inno lab  and MSc idea presentations

internship, inno lab and MSc idea presentations

On Thursday 24th of September from 10am onwards we will have a range of presentations covering a MSc idea presentation Patrick Sogno on "Earth Observation for Exposome Mapping - Proof of Concept and Case Study in Augsburg, Germany" followed by various internship...

M.Sc. defense by Michael Wang

M.Sc. defense by Michael Wang

Michael Wang will present his thesis "Comparison of Surface Urban Heat Islands Using the World Settlement Footprint Imperviousness Layer" on Sept. 17th at 10am. From the abstract: "In the growing field of surface urban heat island (SUHI) analysis, impervious surface...

MSc. presentation by Fowad Ahmed

MSc. presentation by Fowad Ahmed

Fowad Ahmed will present his M.Sc. thesis "Agricultural landscape Configuration and Pattern Analysis with VHR Imagery in Bavaria" on Friday 11th at 11am. from the abstract: "Hedgerows and woody linear features are an integral part of the landscapes where they exist....

New EAGLEs in 2020

New EAGLEs in 2020

we are finally through all 140 interviews of eligible EAGLE applications. We had again very good and highly suitable candiates and in total 25 applicants passed the interviews and are accepted to the EAGLE program. Our new EAGLEs are from various countries (15...

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...

Internship presentations

Internship presentations

On Thursday 30th at 10 am the following EAGLE students will present their internships or inno labs: Tobias Gutzmann: 'Aerial Image Analysis for WW2 Warfare Material Detection' at Luftbilddatenbank Henrik Fisser: 'Sentinel-2 Truck Detection - Sensing Trade from Space...

EAGLE student Henrik Fisser won ESA competition

EAGLE student Henrik Fisser won ESA competition

Congratulations to Henrik Fisser, whose Sentinel-2 analysis on truck detection has been awarded the first prize for the European Data Cube COVID-19 contest! He uses the reflectance patterns of long moving vehicles in Sentinel-2 images. Please see the ESA webpage for...

2020 applications

2020 applications

We received again a high number of very good applicants and are currently working through all application files. We will invite all eligible applicants in the next weeks for an interview. In total we received 137 eligible applications from the EU as well as North and...

MSc idea presentation by Aida Taghavi

MSc idea presentation by Aida Taghavi

Aida will present on Friday, May 22nd at 2:30pm her MSc idea "Potentials of Cosmic-Ray Neutron Probes for Assessing and Mapping SAR-based Soil Moisture in a Mediterranean agro-forestry ecosystem by developing an integrated ground- and space-based Modelling Framework"....

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