Welcome to the professorship for Remote Sensing Applications!
We develop and apply automatic methods for the analysis of remote sensing data to obtain information and new scientific insights into Earth surface processes. We focus on the observation of topographic landscape dynamics in the context of natural hazard management, climate change consequences, and human-environment interaction. An important objective is the operationalization of 4D observation strategies through specialization for different applications of geoscientific and environmental monitoring.
Remote sensing data from different sources are used and combined to cover different spatiotemporal scales of Earth surface processes, from terrestrial 3D acquisitions (laser scanning and photogrammetry) over airborne measurements (UAVs and planes) to satellite observations. A special focus is on near-continuous 3D observation, i.e. time series analysis, to close the gap between local, sporadic measurements at high detail to large-scale satellite observation.
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