Thesis Topic Elaboration and Presentation
any lecturer of the EAGLE study program
The participants present and discuss an envisioned M.Sc topic.
The students should present and discuss the planned Msc topic to the EAGLE members (lecturer and students) in order to
- prepare a roadmap for their Msc thesis,
- receive valuable feedback by colleagues and
- discuss it critically with the audience in order to identify challenges and potential at the beginning.
The successful presentation will be the official start of the Msc thesis and the submission is due 6 months later.
It is encouraged to write the thesis as manuscript for later submission and all details should be discussed prior the project seminar with the supervisor (any EAGLE lecturer).
General Course News and Updates
Msc Defense by Reagan Okoth
On Monday, March 27th at 10:00 a.m. Ronald Reagan Okoth will present his M.Sc. theses “Fusing Remote Sensing Data: Application in Soil Temperature Prediction” in room 1.005 (Zentrales Hörsaal- und Seminargebäude). From the abstract: Understanding soil temperature (ST)...
Msc Proposal Presentation
On February 28th at 12:00 pm (room 1.005 Bib. Geb.) Rutendo Tadiwa Mukaratirwa will present her Msc proposal "Modelling the Spatio-temporal suitability of urban environments for Aedes Aegypti mosquitoes based on their bio-ecological characteristics in Rio de Janeiro"...
MSc defense by Kemeng Liu
On Tuesday March 21st at 10 a.m. (room 1.003 Z6 ) Kemeng will present her M.Sc. thesis "Mapping Spatial-Temporal Development of Coastal Aquaculture Ponds using Landsat Archive". From the abstract: Aquaculture has become the global principal supply source of fish,...
MSc defense by Luisa Wagner
On Tuesday 17th of January at 12pm Luisa will present her M.Sc. thesis "Analysis of ice shelf front dynamics in Pine Island Bay (Antarctica) based on long-term SAR time series and deep learning". from the abstract: "Ice shelves, the floating extensions of glaciers and...
MSc defense by Jana Maier
On Tuesday 10th of January at 2:30 pm Jana will defend her M.Sc. thesis "Anticipating a Risky Future – Deep Neural Networks for Predictive Exposure Modeling". From the abstract: "Anticipating future geospatial population distribution is essential for numerous...
MSc defense and Inno-Lab presentations
On Tuesday 20th of December at 12am we will have various presentations MSc defense by Kevin Yomi on "Evaluation wildfire activity in conflict-affected areas using earth observation and panel regression models: a case study of Borno State, Nigera, from 2003-2020" In...
MSc defense Caroline Busse
On Tuesday 22nd of November at 1pm we will have the MSc thesis defense by Caroline on "Change Detection using Sentinel-1 and Sentinel-2 Time Series: A Comparison of Models for the Detection of Forest Disturbances." from the abstract: "Forests provide essential...
MSc defense by Larissa Gorzawski
On Wednesday 5th of October at 2pm Larissa will present her M.Sc. thesis "Deep transfer learning on street-level imagery for classification of seismic building types in Lima, Peru". From the abstract: "Comprehensive exposure models for seismic risk assessment require...
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
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...