The new Remote Sensing Laboratory (RSLab) web site is now on-line. The new web site provides better access to the main information related to the activities of the research group and has a modern and appealing layout.
The European Space Agency's JUICE (JUpiter ICy moons Explorer) mission has been given the green light to proceed to the next stage of development. This approval is a milestone for the mission, which aims to launch in 2022 to explore Jupiter and its potentially habitable icy moons.
Prof. Bruzzone will give a keynote Talk at the South Africa Chapter of the IEEE Geoscience and Remote Sesnsing Society in Pretoria on October 24th
Prof. Bruzzone is one of the invited distinguished scientists involved in the Summer School for PhD students that will be held on October 25-26 in Johannesburg.…
M. Pedergnana and L. Bruzzone (RSLab members) are co-authors of the paper that got the Best Journal Paper Award among all the articles published in 2012 and 2013 on the “International Journal of Image and Data Fusion” (Taylor & Francis).
RSLab is involved in the “5th Advanced Training Course in Land Remote Sensing” organized by the European Space Agency (ESA) from 8-12 September 2014 in Valencia, Spain. Prof. Bruzzone will give theoretical and practical lectures on “Multitemporal…
Lorenzo Bruzzone was invited to give two keynote talks as distinguished speaker of IEEE Geoscoience and Remote Sensing Society in Bangalore and Ahmedabd (India).
Nicola Falco (PhD student @RSLab) is a recipient of the Recognition of IEEE Geoscience and Remote Sensing Letters Best Reviewers in 2013.
Prof. Lorenzo Bruzzone is included in the ranking of the top 10 international scientists in the field of remote sensing. The ranking has been published in the international scientific journal “Scientometrics”and has been based on a bibliometric research…
Prof. Bruzzone has been nominated in the Solar System Exploration Working Group of the European Space Agency
Prof. Lorenzo Bruzzone has been nominated in the Solar System Exploration Working Group of the European Space Agency for the period 2014-2016. This working group provides science advices to support the work of the Directorates of the agency. See