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ExtremeEarth: From Copernicus Big Data to Extreme Earth Analytics
RSLab got a very important new project in the framework of the very challenging ICTcall of Horizon 2020 Research and Innovation Framework Programme of European Commission .
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Best Paper Award
The paper “A Novel Automatic Approach to the Update of Land-Cover Maps by Unsupervised Classification of Remote Sensing Images” by Claudia Paris, Lorenzo Bruzzone, Diego Fernandez-Prieto got the very prestigious 2018 Symposium Prize Paper Award.
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Best Student Paper Award
Daniele Marinelli, PhD student at RSLab, got the Second Place in the Student Paper Competition at the 2018 IEEE International Geoscience and Remote Sensing Symposium (IGARSS 2018) hold in Valencia (Spain) on 23-27 June 2018.
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IEEE Geoscience and Remote Sensing Magazine Got a High IF
The IEEE Geoscience and Remote Sensing Magazine (of which Lorenzo Bruzzone is the founder Editor-in-Chief in charge up to December 2017) got a very high 2018 Impact Factor (3 Year IF=4.932).
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Seminar on the radar of the Rosetta mission
On June 5th Prof. Wlodek Kofman and Prof. Alain Herique will give a seminar entitled "CONSERT bistatic radar on the Rosetta mission: observations and main scientific results."
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Envision and RSLab on Local Media
The selection on the EnVision mission to Venus and the key role of RSLab in the mission have been reported on local media.
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EnVision: Mission to Venus Selected
ESA selected EnVision mission concept to Venus for a possible launch in 2032. This is a significant achievement for RSLab that plays a major role in EnVision having the responsibility of the subsurface radar sounder.
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Leonardo Carrer got PhD
On Tuesday April 17, Leonardo Carrer defended his PhD thesis on “Advanced Signal Processing Methods for Planetary Radar Sounder Data” (supervisor Lorenzo Bruzzone). Congratulations to Leonardo!
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Yady Tatiana Solano Correa got PhD
On Friday April 13, Yady Tatiana Solano Correa defended her PhD thesis on "Advanced Methods for the Analysis of Multitemporal Multispectral Satellite Images" (supervisor Francesca Bovolo). Congratulations to Tatiana!
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