Invited Experts

YearExpertAffiliationTitle of the Presentation
2017Prof. Franz MeyerUniversity of Alaska FairbanksGetting Ready for (NI)SAR In The Cloud
2017Prof. Ralf DubayahUniversity of MarylandGlobal Ecosystem Dynamics Investigation Mission Status
2017Prof. Michael RastEuropean Space AgencyESA Earth Observation today and tomorrow
2017Dr. Ralf KieseKIT-IMKImpacts of global change on non-CO2 greenhouse gas sink and source strengths of terrestrial ecosystems
2017Prof. Sigurjón JónssonKAUT UniversityRifting Events studied using InSAR
2017Prof. Matthew McCabeKAUT UniversityNovel Sensing Platforms for Enhanced Earth Observation
2017Prof. Ted ScambosNSIDCIs Antarctica Gaining or Losing Mass?
2016Dr. Paul RosenJPL / NISARActivities within the NISAR Mission
2016Prof. Franz MeyerUniversity of Alaska FairbanksA Glimpse into the U.S. SAR Community: Recent Activities and Emerging Trends
2016Dr. Sean McMahonSmithsonian Environmental Research CenterStatus and activities within the Smithsonian sites
2016Prof. Falk AmelungThe Rosenstiel School of Marine and Atmospheric ScienceRecent advances in geodynamics
2016Prof. Dara EntekhabiMassachusetts Institute of TechnologyHydroclimate constraints on regional seasonal vegetation phenology
2016Prof. Andreas KääbUniversity of OsloAnalysis of glacier hazard potentials using remote sensing and GIS
2016Dr. Twila MoonUniversity of BristolCharacterizing and understanding large ice sheet behavior
2015Prof. Dr. Markus ReichsteinMPI JenaSome thoughts on data-driven Earth System science
2015Prof. Dr. Tim WrightUniversity of LeedsMonitoring our Dynamic, Hazardous planet with Earth Observation
2015Dr. Gabrielle deLannoyGESTARGlobal Assimilation of SMOS and SMAP Brightness Temperature Observations into the NASA GEOS-5 Catchment Land Surface Model for Soil Moisture Estimation
2015Dr. Christian HaasDepartment of Earth and Space Science and Engineering, TorontoArctic sea ice - where are we headed?
2015Prof. Dr. Mathew WilliamsUniversity of EdinburghCombining remote sensing and ecological modelling to understand the global carbon cycle
2015Dr. Kirsten ElgerGFZData Publication
2014Dr. Ake RosenqvistJAXAJAXA's L-band SAR program
2014Prof. Dr. Ian H. WoodhouseUniversity of EdinburghA Vision for a Multiscale Operational Forest Monitoring Solution
2014Prof. Dr. Florian SiegertLMU MunichBiomass and carbon stock estimates in the context of REDD
2014Prof. Dr. Salvatore StramondoInstituto Nazionale di Geofisica e VulcanologiaNatural disasters and human activities: detecting signatures and measuring effects from Remote Sensing
2014Dr. Diana RechidMax-Planck-Institute for MeteorologyRegional climate modelling and soil moisture - climate interactions
2014Prof. Dr. Helmut RottUniversity of InnsbruckAdvancements in observation of glaciers and ice sheets by means of TerraSAR-X and TanDEM-X
2013Prof. Dr. Harmut GraßlMax-Planck-Institute for MeteorologyEarth observation from space revolutionizes Earth system understanding and environmental policy
2013Dr. Andreas SiebertMunich REGlobal Risk Management and Modelling ? Geodata needs and requirements from an insurance perspective
2013Prof. Dr. Ralph DubayahUniversity of MarylandRemote Sensing of Ecosystem Structure and Dynamics
2013Prof. Dr. Jochen ZschauCEDIM / GFZGeohazards: Remote Sensing for Capturing their Dynamics and Reducing the Risk
2013Dr. Perter van OevelenGEWEXGlobal Energy and Water Exchanges Project
2013Prof. Dr. Jon Ove HagenUniversity of OsloThe Greenland Ice Sheet in a Warming Climate