LECTURE ON ADVANCED REMOTE SENSING TAUGHT AT FUT Minna, Nigeria

LECTURE ON ADVANCED REMOTE SENSING TAUGHT AT FUT Minna, Nigeria

May 23, 2022

Our staff members Dr. Michael Thiel and Dr. Sarah Schönbrodt-Stitt and Boris Ouattara taught a two-weeks (9st of May to 21st of May 2022) online course on Advanced Remote Sensing for PhD students at the Federal University of Technology (FUT) in Minna/Nigeria as part of the WASCAL Graduate Program on Climate Change and Human Habitats. The course aimed at strengthening the students’ competence in the field of remote sensing and giving them the tools to support their own research work. It combined lectures and hands-on sessions with a wide range of topics, such as below:

Optical and radar remote sensing basics, current and important former sensor systems, preprocessing, image processing, spectral indices and feature extraction, interpretation, object-oriented image analysis, state-of-the-art image classification methods, and provision of practical hands-on sessions in R.

LECTURE ON ADVANCED REMOTE SENSING TAUGHT AT FUT Minna, Nigeria

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LECTURE ON ADVANCED REMOTE SENSING TAUGHT AT FUT Minna, Nigeria

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