PhD Colloquium 2018

PhD Colloquium 2018

December 6, 2018

On November 14th we had a very interesting PhD Colloquium with all current PhD students of Prof. Dech. The PhD students and their titles were:

Matthias Weigand
“STAGE – Einfluss der nachbarschaftlichen Stadtumwelt auf die Gesundheit der Menschen in Deutschland”

Ines Standfuß
“MOVE – Das Migrationsverhalten von Zugvögeln in Abhängigkeit von Siedlungsmustern und -strukturen”

Jakob Schwalb-Willmann
“Potential von Tier-Umwelt-Interaktionen für die fernerkundliche Forschung”

Dorothee Stiller
“Big Earth Data for urban traffic applications”

Carina Kuebert
“Fernerkundung für das Phänologiemonitoring: Optimierung und Analyse des Ergrünungsbeginns mittels MODIS Zeitreihen für Deutschland”

the presentations were presented in a small group and joined by the mentors Hannes Taubenböck, Michael Wurm, Doris Klein and Martin Wegmann

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