new PhD student Patrick Kacic

new PhD student Patrick Kacic

October 19, 2022

Patrick studied a Bachelor in Geography at the University of Heidelberg with a thesis on land cover change and landslide events in Southern Tyrol (internship at Eurac Research, Bolzano, Italy). To deepen his remote sensing experience, Patrick studied a Master degree in Environmental Sciences with a focus on environmental modelling using remote sensing and ecological data at the University of Freiburg. An internship at the German Aerospace Center (DLR) was followed by a master thesis on vegetation structure modelling for the Paraguayan Chaco in the context of the DLR project Geo-ForPy. In September 2022, Patrick joined the Department of Remote Sensing as a PhD student in the BETA-FOR project which focuses on the assessment of biodiversity in German forests based on complementary remote sensing data.

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