excursion the Earth Observation Center (DLR-EOC)

Lecturer

Doris Klein
Elisabeth Schoepfer
and others

 

 

Aim

The excursion to the Earth Observation Center of the German Aerospace Center in Munich aims to outline the diversity of current remote sensing activities and the potential for internships and M.Sc. topics.

Content

During the excursion to the DLR-EOC various thematic topics will be presented and discussed with the attendees such as land cover mapping, vegetation and soil content analysis, disaster mapping or urban sprawl. Moreover, various visits of the “crisis information center”, the ISS control station or the Galileo control station are providing a wide overview of space borne activities with a specific focus on the potential of earth observation activities.

 

General Course News and Updates

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...

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Field Work Course 2019

Field Work Course 2019

Within the EAGLE program many Earth Observation applications and techniques are introduced and practically executed with quite some computer work. However, remote sensing research also requires a sound understanding of the study area. Field work is therefore a crucial...

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