Excursion of the Global Change Ecology students to DLR

Excursion of the Global Change Ecology students to DLR

written by Martin Wegmann

December 7, 2017

Also the current remote sensing course within the Global Change Ecology M.Sc. program had the chance to listen to and discuss remote sensing research at DLR-EOC during the excursion to Munich. The presentations by DLR scientists covered a wide variety of topics and gave insights into ongoing research. Moreover did the students have the chance to meet former GCE students now working at DLR and talk to them directly about their experiences and recommendations. Thanks a lot to all the DLR colleagues to provide highly valuable and interesting overview talks of their current research.

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