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Due to the current situation, the offices are currently not staffed. However, the department is reachable via email.


Job offer

The department is hiring a research assistant for the project FirST 2.0. Please find the details here.

Clos­ing date: 24/07/20



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

Click here for further informations.



New publications


Fenske, K., Feilhauer, H., Förster, M., Stellmes, M. and Waske, B. (2020). Hierarchical classification with subsequent aggregation of heathland habitats using an intra-annual RapidEye time-series. International Journal of Applied Earth Observation and Geoinformation, 1-13.



Kattenborn, T., Lopatina, J., Förster, M., Braun, A. C. and Fassnacht, F. E. (2019). UAV data as alternative to field sampling to map woody invasive species based on combined Sentinel-1 and Sentinel-2 data. Remote Sensing of Environment, 61-73.


Vallentin, C., Dobers, E. S., Itzerott, S., Kleinschmit, B. and Spengler, D. (2019). Delineation of management zones with spatial data fusion and belief theory. Precision Agriculture. Springer, 1-29.


Schulz, C. and Kleinschmit, B. (2019). Zentralasiatische Tugai-Auwälder – Ein gefährdetes Ökosystem. Auenmagazin, 11-17.


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