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ESA Advanced Training Course in Land Remote Sensing
RSLab is involved in the “4th Advanced Training Course in Land Remote Sensing” organized by the European Space Agency (ESA) from 01-05 July in Athens, Greece. Prof. Bruzzone will give theoretical and practical lectures on “Multitemporal Analysis”.
IEEE GRSS Summer School on Remote Sensing
RSLab is involved in the 2013 Summer School organized by the IEEE Geoscience and Remote Sensing Society (GRSS) from July 18-19, 2013 in Melbourne, Australia. Prof. Bruzzone will give a lecture on the part on “Multitemporal Image Analysis”.
IIMCG Charter
RSLab of the Universtiy of Trento is a member of the European Image Information Mining Coordination Group (IIMCG).
New IEEE GRS Magazine
Lorenzo Bruzzone is the founder Editor-in-Chief of the new IEEE Geoscience and Remote Sensing Magazine.
Keynote Speaker
Prof. Lorenzo Bruzzone will be a Keynote Speaker at ISPR Workshop on High-resolution Earth Imaging for Geospatial Information (21-24 may 2013, Hannover, Germany).
Keynote Speaker
Prof. Lorenzo Bruzzone will be Keynote Speaker at the Workshop on Remote Sensing organized by the National Central University and the National Space Organization of Taiwan helded at Johngli City (Taipei) (15-19 January 2013). The workshop is focused on the role of remote sensing for environmental monitoring and natural distaster risk assessment and mitigation and on the design of new satellite missions in Taiwan for these applications.
MultiTemp 2013
The 7th International Workshop on the Analysis of Multi-temporal Remote Sensing Images (MultiTemp2013) will be in Banff, Alberta, Canada, June 25-27, 2013. Abstract submission will be open on January 1, 2013. Read more…
Honors and Awards
Lorenzo Bruzzone has been nominated Distinguished Speaker of the IEEE Geoscience and Remote Sensing Society. The 8 distinguished speakers of the IEEE GRSS are outstanding scientists who are considered the ambassadors of the society in the world. Distinguished speakers are invited by the 32 chapters of the IEEE GRSS in the world for giving scientific keynote talks. The IEEE GRSS support economically all the costs associated with the Distinguished Speaker talks. To learn more about the Distinguished Lecturer Program click here.
News from Space
The European Space Agency (ESA) announced the final approval and selection of the “JUpiter ICy moon Explorer (JUICE),” which is the largest mission planned for the exploration of the solar system in the next 20 years (830 MEuros plus the costs of the payloads, for a final estimation of about 1.1 Billion Euros). JUICE has emerged from a five-year-long competition with many other missions. RSLab was involved in the definition of the mission and leads the team that is studying the the radar sounder instrument aimed at the analysis of the subsurface of the icy moons Ganymede, Europa and Callisto.
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Satellite: JUICE
Depicts: Artist’s impression of JUICE
Copyright: ESA/AOES
  • The paper “Kernel-based Methods for Hyperspectral Image Classification”, by G. Camps-Valls, L. Bruzzone, published on the IEEE Transactions on Geoscience and Remote Sensing, Vol. 43, No. 6, 2005, 1351-1362 has been selected by Thomson Reuters as a featured Fast Moving Front paper. The article has been selected as the most-cited paper in the whole area of Engineering. See more….
  • ADJUST: a new EEGLAB plugin. ADJUST is an ICA-based completely automatic algorithm for efficient removal of the most common physiological artifacts in EEG data born from a collaboration between RSLab and Cimec. ADJUST has been implemented as a fully functional EEGLAB plugin, and is downloadable here (together a tutorial and a sample dataset). For further theoretical details on the implemeted methodology refer to: “ADJUST: An Automatic EEG artefact Detector based on the Joint Use of Spatial and Temporal features” by A. Mognon, J. Jovicich, L. Bruzzone, M. Buiatti.
  • Since May 2010 RSLab is part of the SHARAD Science Team. SHARAD (SHAllow RADar) is a low frequency radar sounder instrument capable to perform sub-surface analysis from an orbiting satellite. It is one of the main instruments on board of the Mars Reconaissance Orbiter (MRO), the spacecraft launched from NASA in 2005 and currently operating at Mars.
  • NASA and the European Space Agency have announced their intention to launch a joint mission to Jupiter’s moons in 2020. One of their key aims is to investigate Europa (a moon of Jupiter) – and its potential for life – in greater detail.
    RSLab is involved in this mission with the leadership in the development of radar sounding instruments for exploring the subsurface of Ganymede and Europa. Find more about SSR here…
  • Intesa Provincia-Agenzia Spaziale Italiana: Obiettivo telerilevamento. Soldi per la ricerca, il Trentino insegue l’Europa. Leggi…
  • In orbita non c’è crisi: Il mercato dei satelliti di osservazione della Terra è in pieno boom. Le previsioni degli esperti di settore. Leggi…