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On November 12, 2020 Francesca Bovolo attended “Senti che Scienza” on the topic “Remote sensing to study the Earth evolution”. “Senti che scienza” runs every Thursday on Radio Dolomiti (regional radio channel)  within “pianoM” program. It tells about research activities
A team led by Ding Lei (PhD student at RSLab)  won the 2nd place in the '2020 Gaofen Challenge on Automated High-Resolution Earth Observation Image Interpretation' in the subject 'Automatic Classification of PolSAR Images'. This competition was held by the
On Tuesday Ocotber 20th, Akshara Preethy Byju succesfully defended her PhD Theses on "Advanced Methods for Content Based Image Retrieval and Scene Classification in JPEG 2000 Compressed Remote Sensing Image Archives". The defense was done in teleconference due to the
RSLab got an important new project in the framework of the very challenging ICT call of Horizon 2020 "Artificial Intelligence on demand platform" of European Commission. The title of the projecy is "AI4Copernicus: Reinforcing the AI4EU Platform by Advancing Earth Observation Intelligence, Innovation and Adoption".
The development of the JUICE mission (for which RSLab has the responsibility of the RIME instrument) is progressing fast despite the pandemic situation. A video showing the activities in progress at spacecraft level can be found here.
NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory recently delivered the radio frequency subsystem of  RIME that will explore the Jupiter's icy moons onboard the ESA's JUICE mission.
The SPIE (International Society for Optics and Photnics) Conference on Image and Signal Processing for Remote Sensing 2020 will run in a virtual mode, September 21-24, 2020 with free registration. See details and register for free.
A research developed at RSLab by analyzing satellite images acquired by the planet constellation points out that the amount of total suspended matter in the Venice lagoon has been halved after the first 10 days of lockdown due to COVID-19.
The past week the  Engineering Qualification Model of the Radar for icy Moon Exploration (RIME, of which Lorenzo Bruzzone is the Principal Investigator) was delivered to Airbus in Toulouse for the final integration on the spacecraft Engineering Model.