Land Training 2017 > Posters

Best poster award in the category "Radar Remote Sensing"

Vivien PACSKÓ,
Eötvös Loránd University, Hungary
Numerical characterization of time series data derived from H/A/alpha decomposition of Sentinel-1 images

Best poster award in the category "Optical Remote Sensing"

Polish Academy of Sciences, Space Research Centre, Poland
Sentinel Water Mask (SWM) - new index for water detection on Sentinel-2 images

Best poster award in the category "Agriculture and Synergistic Applications"

National Observatory of Athens, Greece
Synergy of Satellite EO data with Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS) and other smart platforms for precision farming: The case of vineyards in Greece

Best poster award in the category "Urban Applications"

Barcelona Regional S.A., Spain
Barcelona Urban Heat Island characterization and modeling

Best poster award in the category "Hydrology and Climate Change"

Ingmar NITZE,
AWI Helmholtz Centre for Polar and Marine Research, Germany
Landsat-based trend analysis of lake dynamics across northern permafrost regions


University of British Columbia, Canada
Detecting selective logging in the Brazilian Amazon: a pilot test with Sentinel-2A data
Budapest University of Technology and Economics, Hungary
Uplift analysis in the city of Böblingen using PS-InSAR
Michael Munk ANDERSEN,
Aarhus University, Denmark
Space herding
Rural Support Service, Latvia
Sentinel-1 data use for monitoring of agricultural activities
University of Sopron, Faculty of Forestry, Hungary
Treefall gap detection on Sentinel-2A satellite images in the Börzsöny mountains
Government Office of the Capital City Budapest, Hungary
Retrospective analysis of long-term landscape evolution based on archive satellite imagery and historical maps
RSS GmbH / LMU Munich, Germany
Tropical canopy height and above ground biomass estimation in Central Kalimantan, Indonesia with the use of Pol-InSAR data - first results
Alexandre BEVINGTON,
Univ. of Northern British Columbia / Gov. of British Columbia, Canada
Large area glacier change for western Canada over 45 years of satellite imagery
Valentin Tertius BICKEL,
ETH Zurich, Switzerland
Analysis of slope and surface deformations on Mars using high-resolution satellite imagery  
Finnish Environment Institute (SYKE), Finland
Remote sensing indicators for the vegetation active period in boreal coniferous forest
István BOZSÓ,
Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Research Centre for Astronomy and Earh Sciences, Hungary
Estimation of nearly vertical and east-west surface deformation velocity components using archive ENVISAT SAR images processed with persistent scatterers interferometry
Ana-Ioana BREABAN,
Gheorghe Asachi Technical University of Iasi
Romania, Analysis of backscattering signal from a helicopter-borne profiling radar
James Robert BRENNAN,
University College London, United Kingdom
Developing best practice for Burnt Area algorithms
Benjamin BUKOMBE,
University of Technolgy and Arts of Byumba, Rwanda
Application of Sentinel Data to Improve the Water Resource Management of Rwanda
Michele CACCIA,
CGI, Italy
Can Sentinel data help Natural Flood Management?
Lund University, Sweden
Joint use of Sentinel-1 and Sentinel-2 for land cover classification: A machine learning approach
Agricultural University of Athens, Greece
An investigation of the synergistic use of Sentinel data for wetland classification: a case study from Greece
Sugandh CHAUHAN,
University of Twente - ITC, Netherlands
Crop Lodging Detection and Risk Mapping: A Multi-Sensor Approach
Amie Elizabeth CORBIN,
Leiden University, Institute of Environmental Sciences, Netherlands
Developing vegetation priors for MULTIPLY (MULTIscale SENTINEL land surface information retrieval Platform)
Helmholtz Centre for Environmental Research – UFZ, Germany
The extent of edge effects in fragmented landscapes: Insights from satellite measurements of tree cover
National Physical Laboratory, United Kingdom
Copernicus Climate Change Service Evaluation and Quality Control Function (C3S EQC)
Nicoleta-Viorela DUMITRASCU,
Gheorghe Asachi Technical University of Iasi, Romania
Monitoring of soil resources using Sentinel images
Patricia DUNCAN,
Stellenbosch University, South Africa
Detecting agricultural weeds using a multi-sensor multi-temporal approach  
Geo-Sentinel Ltd, Hungary
Sentinel-1 PSInSAR Analysis of Budapest, Hungary
ISPRA, Italy
Comparison of techniques for raster time series analysis
Bernadett GÁLYA,
University of Debrecen, Hungary
Evaluation of inland water vulnerability based on radar data
Dessislava Gancheva GANEVA-KIRIAKOVA,
Bulgarian Academy of Sciences, Space Research and Technology Institute, Bulgaria
Monitoring of winter rapeseed crops in Northeast Bulgaria through satellite and terrestrial data
Szent István University / Federal Rural Univ. of Rio de Janeiro, Hungary / Brazil
Application of Remote Sensing and Hyperspectral Data for Spectral Characterization of the Soils in the Itatiaia's National Park, in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
University of Bonn, Germany
Crop Type and Condition Monitoring: A Multi-sensor Time Series Approach  
Hadi HADI,
Aalto University, Finland
Comparison of Sentinel-2 and Landsat 8 in the estimation of boreal forest canopy cover and leaf area index
Institute for Forest and Nature Research (INBO), Belgium
The value of Sentinel 2 for monitoring semi-natural grasslands in Flemish Natura 2000 sites
King's College London, United Kingdom
Investigating the Google Earth Engine Platform for Big Data Processing: Classification of Multi-Temporal Satellite Imagery for assessing land degradation in the ASALs of East Africa
Sarah JONES,
Bioversity International / King's College London, France / United Kingdom
Farmers as environmental stewards? Mapping hydrological ecosystem service flows in a West African river basin
Aikaterini KARAGIANNI,
Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece
Remote Sensing in Civil Engineering Issues
Anikó KERN,
Eötvös Loránd University, Hungary
Studying vegetation dynamics in Central Europe using MODIS and meteorological data: The effect of drought on the vegetation state
Ana Mendes LEITE,
Instituto Superior de Agronomia, Portugal
Dynamics in forest and above-ground carbon stocks in small centres of endemism of Central Africa: a case study in the Angolan Scarp Forests
Martin LEŠKO,
Slovak University of Technology, Slovakia
Monitoring of Natural Hazards in Slovakia - Slope Deformations in Upper Nitra
CentroGeo, Mexico
Remote Sensing Study of Seasonal Surface Water in Coatzacoalcos, Panuco and Papaloapan low eco-hydrological regions in Mexico
National University of Ireland Galway, Ireland
The application of satellite-borne remote sensors for monitoring coastal erosion and ecosystems in Ireland.
Paula MARTI,
Deimos Space UK, United Kingdom
FMAP – A monitoring system to support the Guatemalan forestry incentive programs
Government Office of the Capital City Budapest, Hungary
Digital surface model production at Government Office of the Capital City Budapest, Department of Geodesy, Remote Sensing and Land Offices
Government of Canada, Canada
SAR backscatter response to peatland hydrology and vegetation
Norbert MÓRICZ,
Hungarian Forest Research Institute, Hungary
Remote sensing based forest vitality monitoring
Zsolt NOVÁK,
University of Szeged, Hungary
Pre-processing of Sentinel 1 SAR images and it's usage in mapping of inland excess water
Victor Onyango ODIPO,
Friedrich-Schiller-Universität Jena, Germany
Interactions of savanna vegetation structure with L- and C-band Synthetic Aperture Radar at pixel level
Angéla OLASZ,
Government Office of the Capital City Budapest, Hungary
Retrospective analysis of long-term landscape evolution based on archive satellite imagery and historical maps
Institute of Geodesy and Cartography, Poland
ASAP - Advanced Sustainable Agricultural Production
Theodora (Dora) PERROU,
Harokopio University of Athens, Greece
Sentinel 1 data as operational tool for flood monitoring in a Transboundary River Basin
Krisztina PINTÉR,
Szent István University, Institute of Botany and Ecophysiology, Hungary
Validation of MODIS Evapotranspiration data by ground based measurements
Tomáš POUR,
Palacky University in Olomouc, Czech Republic
Airborne Thermal Remote Sensing: The Case of the City of Olomouc, Czech Republic
Università degli studi di Urbino Carlo Bo, Italy
Satellite remote sensing techniques for evaluation and analysis of geological hazards along linear infrastructure networks
Fabian SANTOS,
University of Bonn, Germany
TFDynamics, an open-source R library for forest dynamics analysis with scarce Landsat data
Krzysztof Andrzej SMYKALA,
QZ Solutions, Poland
NDVI imagery in pollination areas detecting for migratory apiary schedule
Institute of Anthropological and Spatial Studies, ZRC SAZU, Slovenia
Land cover classification for Slovenian land information system
Magdalena STEIDL,
GeoVille Information Systems GmbH, Austria
Urban Monitoring – New standards using Sentinel-2
Mulawarman University, Indonesia
Active and Passive Remote Sensing to Monitor Borneo's Fragile Environment
Yiwen SUN,
University of Twente - ITC, Netherlands
Development of robust, transferable and semi-automated approach for mapping and monitoring wetland habitat from Sentinel-2 satellite images
Eszter TANÁCS,
University of Szeged, Hungary
Identifying and classifying forests affected by the ice damage in December 2014, using object-based image analysis
sarmap SA, Switzerland
Monitoring of Mosul dam through SAR data
Norbert TÚRI,
National Agricultural Research and Innovation Centre / Univ. of Szeged, Hungary
Calculate NDVI maps for monitoring the plant stress response of crops using satellite and UAV data comparison
Anna-Maria VIRKKALA,
University of Helsinki, Finland
The current state of local CO2 flux studies in the tundra: from review to future publications
Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations, Italy
Development of a Methodology for Forest Degradation and Deforestation Monitoring using High Resolution data
Ivona ŽIŽA,
Oikon Ltd, Croatia
CLC inventory 2012, verification and enhancement of HRL products for Croatia



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