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RSLab at Trento Film Festival
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.
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EnVision Advances
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.
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EnVision website on-line
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.
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Best Poster Award
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).
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Multitemp 2019 Abstract Submission Postponed
The Multitemp 2019 exended abstract submission is postponed to April 7th, 2019. Details are available here. Register to the mailing list for updates.
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Best PhD Thesis Award
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.
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RSLab in the ESA Spotlight
RSLab coordinated a project on the analysis of multitemporal Sentinel 2 images funded by the European Space Agency (ESA) obtaining very important results.  These results  are now under the spotlight in the ESA public outreach activities.
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SPIE Remote Sensing
The SPIE (International Society for Optics and Photnics) Conference on Image and Signal Processing for Remote Sensing will be in Strasbourg, France, September 09-12, 2019. The abstract submission deadline is March 13th, 2019.
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JUICE’s Jovian Odyssey
The European Space Agency (ESA) released a new animation showing the long tour that the JUpiter ICy moons Explorer (JUICE) spacecraft will take to reach Jupiter and explore it’s icy moons.
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