LiDAR block course in France

LiDAR block course in France

May 3, 2016

D. Hooman Latifi from the Dept. of Remote Sensing was invited by the Dept. of Geography at the Universé d’angers for a 2-week block course on forestry applications of LiDAR data. The course was consisted of lectures and practical examples within a two-week intensive campus-based teaching started from February 1st, 2016.

The topic focused on introduction to the analysis of laser scanning data (ALS/TLS) by means of theoretical lectures and practical excercises on computer conducted by participants, followed by group-wise oral presentations on selected subjects on the applied aspects of ALS data. Altogether 7 M.Sc students, 6 PhD students, one technical assistant in cartography and two lecturers attended the course.

20160208_10312620160212_112658

you may also like:

Winter term review: 125 students, 65 teaching hours and 3 courses

Winter term review: 125 students, 65 teaching hours and 3 courses

The winter term came to its end last week. While most of my colleagues were teaching within the EAGLE study program, it was my pleasure to give three courses to Bachelor and Master students who are anchored in various geography study programs.  Among all classes,...

most recent news:

New researcher Pawel Kluter

New researcher Pawel Kluter

Pawel Kluter joined the Department of Remote Sensing as a Research Associate in November 2020. His main role is the deployment of Data Cubes in cloud environments (Front End / Back End), as well as the development of remote sensing processing routines using Python....

New PostDoc Dr Insa Otte

New PostDoc Dr Insa Otte

We are very happy to welcome Insa Otte at the Department of Remote Sensing as a new research fellow. Before joining the department, Insa worked on rainfall in-situ data and focused on extreme events. But generally, she has a great interest and experience in...