EAGLEs presented their work in the Arctic and South Africa

EAGLEs presented their work in the Arctic and South Africa

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December 12, 2023

Today 5 of our EAGLE students presented their work in the past months in the Arctic and Africa using remote sensing data, space-borne and UAS, for ecological and conservation applications. Beside their very impressive scientific results did they also report on their general life in such different conditions and what kind of challenges they faced.
Many of the youngest EAGLE generation were quite impressed and approached their fellow (older) students in order to get more insights into their time abroad.
Looking forward to further presentations by our EAGLEs M.Sc. students!


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