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Climate Change and Remote Sensing: RSLab on the press
Interview of Prof. Bruzzone on the European Space Agency project that RSLab is coordinating on the use of remote sensing satellites for land cover mapping for climate change monitoring and analysis.
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MultiTemp 2019
The International Workshop on the Analysis of MultiTemporal Remote Sensing Images will be held in Shanghai, China in the period August 5-7, 2019. This is the 10th edition of the workshop series that was established and founded from RSLab in
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RSLab Numbers in 2018
RSLab achieved very good research results in 2018 on both Earth Observation and Planetary Exploration and the related research topics.
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Vice-President of IEEE Geoscience and Remote Sensing Society
Lorenzo Bruzzone has been nominated Vice-President for Professional Activities of the IEEE Geoscience and Remote Sensing Society (GRSS) for 2019.
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Best Thesis Award
Elena Donini received the award for the 2017 Best Italian Theses on Remote Sensing by the Italian Chapter of the IEEE Geoscience and Remote Sensing Society. The award was presented by Prof Antonio Iodice, who is the chapter chair.
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A testing time for RIME Antenna
ESA engineers put a scale model of JUICE's RIME (Radar for Icy Moons Exploration) antenna through its paces at ESA's technical centre in The Netherlands for perfoming detailed antenna measurements.
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ESA Sentinel 2 project successfully completed
Scientific Exploitation of Operational Missions (SEOM) Multitemporal Analysis (MTA) successfully passed its Final Review on the 21st September 2018 at ESRIN (Frascati,Italy).
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RSLab at the European Researchers’ Night
RSLab presented its research activities on Earth Observation and Planetary Exploration at the MUSE Science Museum in Trento in the framework of the European Researchers’ Night 2018.
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Silvia Demetri got PhD
On Thursday September 27, Silvia Demetri defended his PhD thesis on “Remote Sensing-Based Channel Modeling and Deployment Planning for Low-Power Wireless Networks” (supervisors Gian Pietro Picco and Lorenzo Bruzzone).
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