Workshop: Remote Sensing for Environmental Monitoring and Geodetic Applications
Estonia-Taiwan Workshop on Remote Sensing for Environmental Monitoring and Geodetic Applications
We are happy to announce the information of Remote Sensing workshop for PhD and MSc students, April 5, 2018.
The target group is geomatics and environmental PhD and MSc students from Estonia and Taiwan. The purpose of the workshop is to improve the geodetic science networking between Estonia and Taiwan by presenting and talking about the current status of remote sensing in Estonia and Taiwan.
Program of the Workshop
9.30-10.00 Registration of Participants
10.00-10.15 Opening remarks. Prof. Aive Liibusk (Estonian University of Life Sciences - EULS) and Prof. Kuo-Hsin Tseng (National Central University - NCU)
10.15-10.45 Progress of Satellite Remote Sensing in Taiwan. Prof. Liang-Chien Chen (NCU) Presentation HERE.
10.45-11.15 Environmental Monitoring by Satellite Data and GIS. Prof. Chi-Farn Chen (NCU) Presentation HERE.
11.15-11.35 Water Resources Observed by Satellite Data. Prof. Kuo-Hsin Tseng (NCU) Presentation HERE.
11.35-12.00 Use of Sentinel and Airborne Data in Estonian Public Sector. Dr. Ants Vain (Estonian Land Board) Presentation HERE.
12.00-12.30 Remote Sensing in National Environmental Monitoring Programme in Estonia. Prof. Urmas Peterson (EULS)
13.30-13:50 Performance of Sentinel 3 SRAL in coastal areas for Baltic Sea. Elżbieta Birgiel (Tallinn University of Technology) Presentation HERE.
13.50-16:15 Demonstrations of Sentinel-1/-2/-3 Data for Land and Coastal Monitoring. Shih-Ju Chang, Jui-Chi Lee, Wan-Ting Liao, Hsin-Ya Peng (NCU) Presentation HERE.
16.30-17:00 Joint Study of Geodetic Problems between NCU and EMU. Prof. Aive Liibusk (EULS) and Prof. Kuo-Hsin Tseng (NCU)
Workshop takes place at the Forestry building of Estonian University of Life Sciences, Kreutzwaldi 5, in room 2B5.
The workshop will be carried out in English.
The attendance of the workshop is free of charge.
Please register HERE! Registration is open until April 2nd.
This event is organised by the Doctoral School in the field of building and environmental engineering, supported by the European Union, European Regional Development Fund (Estonian University of Life Sciences ASTRA project „Value-chain based bio-economy“).