2nd ESA Training Course on Ocean Multi-Sensor Synergy
The two-day training course will focus on introducing new and efficient ways to process and exploit satellite data.
Participants will be trained in how to utilise satellite remote sensing data and multi-sensor synergy from state of the art operational and explorer satellite missions.
Topics will include:
- Altimetry remote sensing
- SAR remote sensing
- Salinity remote sensing
- Ocean Color remote sensing
- Sea Surface Temperature remote sensing
- Basic Python scripting (iPython notebooks)
- Ocean Virtual Lab Web interface.
- Data enhancement and merging (Fusion; Propagation; Pan-sharpening; Gap-Filling; Noise filtering)
Dr. Fabrice COLLARD, Dr. Anton KOROSOV, Dr. Graham QUARTLY, Pr. Alexandru ISAR and Dr. Mirek DARECKI
The application form is available on the course web page :
Applications must be sent by email on the 16th of September at the latest .
The number of participants is limited and subject to selection of application.
Notification of acceptance will be sent via e-mail at the beginning of October.
Student Project presentation:
Participants are invited to write a short description of one of their subject of research and will be invited to present this subject and therefore receive specific expert advice, upon selection by the organizing committee. The application form is available on the course web page.