Best poster Award by our PhD student Sophie Reinermann

Best poster Award by our PhD student Sophie Reinermann

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June 7, 2021

Congratulation to our PhD student Sophie Reinermann who won the best post award at the EGF 2021 conference. Despite the challenging situation of online conference we are very happy that she got this award.

Sophie Reinermann, Dr. Sarah Asam, Dr. Ursula Geßner, Dr. Anne Schucknecht (Karlsruhe Institute of Technology) and Prof. Dr. Claudia Künzer received the best poster award of the European Grassland Federation 2021 with the title „Detection of Grassland Mowing Events with Optical Satellite Time Series Data“.

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