Thesis Topic Elaboration and Presentation

04-GEO-TMT2

Lecturer

any lecturer of the EAGLE study program

ECTS

5 ECTS

Aim

The participants present and discuss an envisioned M.Sc topic.

Content

The students should present and discuss the planned Msc topic to the EAGLE members (lecturer and students) in order to

  1. prepare a roadmap for their Msc thesis,
  2. receive valuable feedback by colleagues and
  3. 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 Haiyin Ye

MSc defense by Haiyin Ye

On Friday 20th of May at 9am Haiyin will present her M.Sc. thesis "Monitoring Gypsy Moth Outbreak Using Sentinel-1 and Sentinel-2 Data". From the abstract: "Gypsy moth Lymantria dispar (L.) is a serious pest in deciduous forests, the larvae of which can feed on a...

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MSc defense by Sofia Garcia

MSc defense by Sofia Garcia

On Friday, March 11th at 9am Sofia will present her M.Sc. thesis "Estimating socioeconomic variables in Bolivia using satellite-based nighttime light images and electricity consumption data". From the abstract: "The lack of up-to-date data on socio-economic parameters...

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MSc defense by Yomna Eid

MSc defense by Yomna Eid

Yomna will present her M.Sc. thesis "Assessment of ESA CCI+ and NASA MODIS-LST in Ecological Transects of Australia" on January 14th 2022 at 10am. From the abstract: "Identifying the best-performing MODIS LST products available for scientific analysis is instrumental...

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MSc defense by Marius Witt

MSc defense by Marius Witt

Marius Witt will present his M.Sc. thesis "Investigating discharge dynamics at catchment level usingremote sensing timeseries" on Friday 14th of January 2022 at 9am. From the abstract: The anthropogenic induced climate change is one of the foremost challenges of the...

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