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Ruben_Remelgado_remote_sensing_wuerzburgRuben Remelgado joint the Department of Remote Sensing as new PhD student. He was working for EURAC in Bolzano on different remote sensing topics before coming to Wuerzburg and starting his PhD on remote sensing for improving animal movement analysis. He is working in the Opt4Environment project and is collaborating with DLR (Thomas Esch) and MPI-O (Kamran Safi). He is supervised by Martin Wegmann.

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