The Department of Remote Sensing at the University of Würzburg was represented with a total of five contributions at the Tropentag 2022, hosted by the Czech University of Life Sciences, Prague from 14 to 16 September 2022.
Our Ph.D. students, Alexandra Bell, Itohan-Osa Abu, and Boris Ouattara presented their current research and results from the projects WASCAL-DE-Coop and Migraware.
In addition to own presentations, the time was used for scientific exchange and networking.
The presentations were:
Alexandra Bell, Sarah schönbrodt-Stitt, Michael Thiel, Oblé Neya, Doris Klein: Status-quo of selected nationally determined contributions using spaceborne remote sensing – the case of West Africa. Abstract (ID 263 ), oral presentation
Boris Ouattara, Michael Thiel, Gerald Forkuor, Barbara Sponholz, Heiko Paeth, Claudia Kuenzer, Sarah Schönbrodt-Stitt, Steven Hill: Water use with cloud computing: prospective for food and water security in smallholder irrigation schemes. Abstract (ID 311 ), poster presentation
Boris Ouattara, Gerald Forkuor, Michael Thiel, Barbara Sponholz, Heiko Paeth, Claudia Kuenzer: Crops monitoring and yield estimation using sentinel products in semi-arid informal irrigation system. Abstract (ID 284 ), poster presentation
Itohan-Osa Abu, Michael Thiel, Marta Sapena, Jürgen Rauh, Hannes Taubenböck: Migrants: the pull effect of rural industrial areas as seen from space. Abstract (ID 81), poster presentation
Itohan-Osa Abu, Zoltan Szantoi, Andreas Bernhard Brink, Marine Robuchon, Michael Thiel: Detecting cocoa plantations in Côte d’Ivoire and Ghana and their implications on protected areas Abstract (ID 127), poster presentation