New PhD course on applied use of drones/UAVs in biogeosciences, focusing on Temperate and Arctic regions

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New PhD course on applied use of drones/UAVs in biogeosciences, focusing on Temperate and Arctic regions

Andreas Westergaard-Nielsen

Dear everyone

We have open seats on our new PhD-course entitled “Application of UAV Data in Temperate and Arctic Environmental Research”. The course is free for students and will be held at University of Copenhagen, Denmark, April 3-7, 2017. It is designed to fit students with an insight in GIS and remote sensing. Prior experience with UAVs is not a prerequisite. We will mix theory and hands-on, and focus on UAV platforms and lightweight optical/thermal/climate sensors, sensor calibration and ground truthing, survey planning, post-processing to orthomosaics and 3D surface models, classifications (including texture/object-based), coupling to satellite data, and analysis of the end results in a biogeo-context.

 

Additional info can be found here:

https://phdcourses.ku.dk/detailkursus.aspx?id=102621&sitepath=internet

 

Lecturers:
Assistant Professor, Jan van Gemert, Delft University of Technology, Delft, Netherland
Computer Engineer, Alberto Hornero Luque, Remote Sensing and Geospatial Analysis Lab., Cordoba, Spain
PhD candidate, Stephen Klosterman, Harvard University, Boston, USA
Associate Professor, Signe Normand, Aarhus University, Aarhus, Denmark
Researcher, Urs Treier, Aarhus University, Aarhus, Denmark

Associate Professor, Thomas Friborg, University of Copenhagen

Assistant Professor, Andreas Westergaard-Nielsen, University of Copenhagen

 

Questions:

To [hidden email] (Andreas Westergaard-Nielsen)

 

All the best!

Andreas



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