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On Monday November 15, Lei Ding successfully defended his PhD Thesis on “Novel Methods for the Semantic Segmentation of Remote Sensing Images”. Congratulations Lei!  
On Monday November 8, Iwona Podsiadlo successfully defended her PhD Theses on “Methods for the analysis of time series of multispectral remote sensing images and application to climate change variable estimations”.
The ExtremeEarth team and RSLab will present the results of the H2020 ExtremeEarth project regarding innovative AI and bigdata technologies for Earth observation data and how they have been used for food security and the polar regions.
Lorenzo Bruzzone has been in a documentary on the national RAI television to talk about the radar sounder RIME on board the European Space Agency mission JUICE and how we can take inspiration from bats to improve the processing of
The H2020-MSCA-IF project MCAPEFA (Low-cost multispectral camera for Precision Farming Application) has started at Remote Sensing Laboratory of the University of Trento (RSLab UniTrento). The project’s aim is to improve the adoption of precision farming in small farms by developing
RSLab presented a webinar at the AI4Copernicus Café. The webinar addressed the activities developed in the Euopean Union H2020 AI4Copernicus project on the use of remote sensing and artificial intelligence for agriculture and food security and the related open calls
European Space Agency has selected in the past weeks the EnVision mission to Venus as the M5 mission of the Comsic Vision programme. RSLab has the leadership of the Subsurface Radar Sounder (SRS) for Envision.                 
Milad Niroumand-Jadidi recieved the Best Young Author Award by International Society for Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing (ISPRS) for the paper "Water quality retrieval and algal bloom detection using high-resolution CubeSat imagery" presented at the ISPRS Congress 2021. Congratulations!
A long interview to Lorenzo Bruzzone on the new ESA (EnVision) and NASA (Veritas and DaVinci+) missions to Venus has been published on the italian science magazine "Le Scienze."