Media INAF has published an interview with prof. Lorenzo Bruzzone on the EnVision mission of the European Space Agency to Venus, which is currently under Phase A study.
Claudia Paris and Francesca Bovolo gave a public talk “In tour tra i pianeti” on Wednesday, 22 May in the framework of the “Pint of Science” festival. Continue Reading
On Monday May 13, Manuel Bertoluzza defended his Phd thesis on “Novel Methods for Change Detection in Multitemporal Remote Sensing Images” (supervisor Lorenzo Bruzzone) and Davide Pirrone defended his Phd thesis on “Advanced Methods for Change Detection in Multi-polarization and Very-High Resolution Multitemporal SAR Images”(supervisor Francesca Bovolo).
The committee awarded the PhD in Information and Communication Technology.
Congratulations to Manuel and Davide!
Francesca Bovolo gave a public talk on “Satellite technology for preserving environment and mountains” on Sunday, 28 April. This event was in the spotlight of local media.
RSLab is involved in the 67th edition of “Trento Film Festival”, an international event focused on mountains and cultures organized every year in Trento. This year the focus is on climate change, slow walking and mountaineering.
The study of the EnVision mission to Venus is advancing fast. On April 15-16 there was an important meeting involving the international NASA-ESA Science Study Team, the instrument Principal Investigators and the System Engineering Working Group.
The new website of the EnVision mission to Venus is on-line. It contains information on the science and the technology related to the mission and describes the instruments and teams involved in the mission.
Sudpian Saha got the best poster award at the 2019 PhD day of Fondazione Bruno Kesseler (FBK) on February, 22nd. The title of the poster was “Multitemporal Image Analysis Using Deep Learning” (Advisor: Dr. Francesca Bovolo).
Leonardo Carrer and Massimo Zanetti received the award for the Best Italian PhD Theses on Geoscience and Remote Sensing by the Italian Chapter of the IEEE Geoscience and Remote Sensing Society. Continue Reading