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Colloquium Summer term 2021

3.30 pm - via Zoom-Meeting

Veronika Döpper
Following the dynamic Cosmic Ray Neutron Sensing-based soil moisture signal under grassland and forest: Exploring the potential of optical and SAR remote sensing via machine learning
Chunyan Xu
„Detecting forest disturbances caused by fire and their spatial relevance with human activities“ & „An brief introduction to CODE-DE as Sentinel data processing platform“
Stenka Volova & Alby Duarte Rocha
Modelling urban evapotranspiration: from the local to the city scale
Jörn Hees, Benjamin Bischke, Patrick Helber (DFKI)
Satellite Image Analysis and Processing Pipelines on the Example of Sentinel-2 Data
Simon König (NP Bayerischer Wald)
Detecting Forest Insect Disturbances with Multispectral and SAR Data
Robert Jackisch
Monitoring and modelling of the critical balance of biomass and biodiversity in Siberia with remote sensing methods (BioS)
Sören Hese (FU Berlin)
Detection of Forest Disturbances in Historic Parks of Berlin and Brandenburg with UAV data
Ann-Kathrin Holtgrave
Current state of research on satellite-based detection of grassland use intensities and its implication for the new CopGrün project

Start of the project FirST 2.0

The chair of Geoinformation in Environmental Planning  is part of the new joint project “FirSt 2.0 - SaaS product development for cross-scale continuous vitality and forest damage analysis using multi sensor Earth observation data and artificial intelligence” funded by the Federal Ministry of Transport and Digital Infrastructure (BMVi) for the period 2020-2023. The lead of the project is the LUP GmbH. The further project partners are: LiveEOOroratech, the Landesforst Mecklenburg-Vorpommern, the Nationalpark Bayerischer Wald, the Thünen-Institut für Waldökosysteme, the Landesbetrieb Wald und Holz Nordrhein-Westfalen and the Waldbesitzerverband Niedersachsen


Start of the TreeSatAI research project


The chair of Geoinformation in Environmental Planning  is leading the new joint project “TreeSatAI - Artificial Intelligence with Earth observation and multi-source geodata for infrastructure, nature conservation and forest monitoring” funded by the Federal Ministry of Education and Research for the period 2020-2022. The project partners are: Remote Sensing Image Analysis Group of TU Berlin, LiveEO, LUP, DFKI and Vision Impulse.



First International Conference on Urban Water Interfaces

22-24 September 2020, Berlin

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