[OSGeo-Discuss] NASA/ESA training in Croatia on Remote Sensing applications to Land Cover/Land Use Change (including a session on Sentinel data use for forestry and crop mapping)
Suchith.Anand at nottingham.ac.uk
Thu Mar 29 02:14:58 PDT 2018
This NASA/ESA training might be of wider interest .For queries about the course, please refer to Prof. Stych (stych at natur.cuni.cz<mailto:stych at natur.cuni.cz>)
Details of RUS at https://rus-training.eu/about-us
PS: I am also happy to note that this training is happening in University of Zagreb. I had the pleasure to meet and share ideas with our colleagues there some years back
Great colleagues there doing great work for the benefit of all…
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From: <Francesco.Sarti at esa.int<mailto:Francesco.Sarti at esa.int>>
Date: 28 March 2018 at 10:04
Subject: [WGCapD] NASA/ESA training in Croatia on Remote Sensing applications to Land Cover/Land Use Change (including a session on Sentinel data use for forestry and crop mapping)
To: "WGCapD List
you might be interested to know that we are organizing a NASA/ESA training in Croatia on Remote Sensing applications to Land Cover/Land Use Change (including a session on Sentinel data use for forestry and crop mapping)
* Early-career scientists, Ph.D. students and other students with advanced skills and research experience in remote sensing are invited to apply
* No participation fee is required
* Participants are expected to cover their own travel and accommodation costs.
* The number of participants is limited, students from Central and Eastern Europe are the main target group of the training
* Deadline for application: 25th of April 2018.
For more info visit the website: http://web.natur.cuni.cz/gis/tat/
We have also published a dedicated page on our RUS Training Platform: https://rus-training.eu/training/sentinel-data-use-for-forestry-and-crop-mapping
Would you please inform any potentially interested participants
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