EAGLE News and Updates

The 2016 EAGLEs

Our EAGLEs in 2016: Johannes Löw. Sarah Nolting, Marcus Groll, Bharath Selvaraj, Sebastian Roersch, Ahmed Saadallah, Marina Reiter, Pilar Endara Pinillos, Sazu Shahjahan, Ahmed Fowad, Jakob Schwalb-Willmann, Julia Sauerbrey, Louis Freytag, Karten Wiertz, Kamrul Islam...

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EAGLE 2016 welcome

On Monday 17th of October we welcomed our new EAGLE students. The EAGLEs in 2016 are from Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Columbia, Egypt, India, Iran, Pakistan, Sweden and Germany. After the official welcome by all lecturer and the study program coordinator Christopher Conrad and the head of the remote sensing department and director of the DLR-DFD, Stefan Dech,

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student perspective on the importance of remote sensing training

Some of our former M.Sc. students published a peer-reviewed article about the importance of remote sensing training approaches, how it helped them in their career and what need to be improved. The article is titled: “More than counting pixels – perspectives on the importance of remote sensing training in ecology and conservation” and published in Remote Sensing in Ecology and Conservation.

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Winter term about to start

The winter term is about to start. The official start of the next semester is Monday 17th. The official EAGLE welcome will be on Monday as well followed by a joint dinner before the courses start on Tuesday. Further details on course dates and locations will be posted...

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applications for 2016

The application deadline for the winter term 2016 was last Friday and we are now working through the numerous application. We are happy to have received a very high number of applications from all around the world and will get back to the applicants as soon as...

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