professorship for Remote Sensing of Land Surface Dynamics: Invitation to public talks

professorship for Remote Sensing of Land Surface Dynamics: Invitation to public talks

June 21, 2017

official invitation of the dean of the faculty (extract)

On Friday, June 23rd, three talks will be given within the appointment procedure for the assignment of the professorship for Remote Sensing of Land Surface Dynamics.

Wolfgang Buermann
„Anwendung von Satelliten-gestuetzten Erdbeobachtungen in der Kohlenstoffkreislauf und Artenvielfalt Forschung“

Claudia Künzer
„Die Dynamik der Landoberfläche: Potentiale und Herausforderungen der Fernerkundung“

Michael Schmidt
„Environmental Monitoring with Earth Observation Data – from Research to Operational Use

We invite all students and colleagues to join the procedure in lecture room 4, Philosophy Building, starting at 8 a.m.
More information (only in German) can be found on the homepage of the Faculty of Philosophy.

 

 

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