New PostDoc Dr Insa Otte

New PostDoc Dr Insa Otte

December 21, 2020

We are very happy to welcome Insa Otte at the Department of Remote Sensing as a new research fellow. Before joining the department, Insa worked on rainfall in-situ data and focused on extreme events. But generally, she has a great interest and experience in spatio-temporal data analysis, especially in complex tropical terrain. She is interested on various topics, ranging from automated land-cover classification to derive ecosystem functions from airborne hyperspectral data with machine learning algorithms. Nevertheless, she also loves being in the field for sampling of in-situ data, preferably on the African continent.

She studied Geography with an emphasis on environmental informatics in her PhD.

you may also like:

New researcher Pawel Kluter

New researcher Pawel Kluter

Pawel Kluter joined the Department of Remote Sensing as a Research Associate in November 2020. His main role is the deployment of Data Cubes in cloud environments (Front End / Back End), as well as the development of remote sensing processing routines using Python....

vacant W2 professorship Remote Sensing in Geography

vacant W2 professorship Remote Sensing in Geography

A new vacant professorship on remote sensing in geography is published. Please see below for an english version. The official german version can be seen here: https://www.phil.uni-wuerzburg.de/berufungen/ The Faculty of Arts of the Julius-Maximilians-University...

Open Professorship for Urban Remote Sensing

Open Professorship for Urban Remote Sensing

The Faculty of Arts of the Julius-Maximilians-University Würzburg, (Historical, Philological, Cultural and Geographical Studies) jointly with the German Aerospace Centre (DLR) invites applications for the position of a University Professor (grade W3-professorship) for...

most recent news:

Department of Remote Sensing awarded for insect-friendly cooperation

Department of Remote Sensing awarded for insect-friendly cooperation

For German version see below Together with other collaborative partners, the Department of Remote Sensing at the University of Würzburg was awarded for "Insect-friendly Cooperation" by the Federal Ministry of Food and Agriculture (BMEL) in the federal competition for...

UAV Lidar data Acquisition in the Alps

UAV Lidar data Acquisition in the Alps

  Lidar data on board one of our UAVs was acquired in the last field campaign early July for mapping forest structure in an alpine valley. The data delivered very good and interesting vertical information about the vegetation structure and the terrain of this...