Remote Sensing Midsummer Dialogue at the Department

Remote Sensing Midsummer Dialogue at the Department

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July 24, 2017

Beside participants from the University of Wuerzburg and the DLR, also many colleagues from companies and a variety of national and international research institutions joined this event. The midsummer dialogue was organized by the EAGLE students. The students were keen to meet and discuss with many lecturers and guests the working conditions and opportunities in remote sensing. The organizers are very happy that this midsummer dialogue was a great success and we plan to organize it next year again with further topical talks and discussions. More impressions can be found here: http://eagle-science.org/first-eagle-midsummer-dialogue/

The 1st EAGLE midsummer dialogue took place on June 23rd, 2017. Prof. Dr. Stefan Dech, chair of the remote sensing department and Prof. Dr. Christopher Conrad, EAGLE study program coordinator,  welcomed more than 50 students and lecturers as well as current and former members of the department of remote sensing.

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