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Mercoledì, 05 Settembre 2012 17:34

First Remote Sensing and Cultural Heritage course

Redazione Archeomatica

In September 2012 the University of Ghent, the University of Rome and the University of Rennes1 with the support of ESA are organizing a training Course on Remote Sensing applications for archaeology addressed to archaeologists and people working in cultural heritage applications from Universities, Scientific Communities, Institutions and Organizations interested in this topic.

The course will provide an introduction to radar Remote Sensing techniques as well as some examples of end – user applications of polarimetry within the archaeological field. It will be addressed to researchers, students, PhD students, and young professionals from Europe that use EO technology within their daily work and would like to improve their knowledge about radar remote sensing. For this course, spaceborne data from Optical and Polarimetric SAR sensors like ALOS PALSAR and RADARSAT-2, as well as specific tools which are based on polarimetry, are going to be used.

The ESA course on radar Remote Sensing 2012 will take place in Ghent (Belgium), 50 kilometres north of Bruxelles.

The lectures will be given by Laurent Ferro-Famil (University of Rennes 1, France), Nicole Dore (University of Rome "Sapienza", Italy) and Jolanda Patruno (University of Rome "Sapienza", Italy).

"Radar Remote sensing applications for the study and observation of archaeological sites" in the frame of the III International EARSel Workshop on "Advances in Remote Sensing for Archaeology and Cultural Heritage Management" in Ghent (Belgium) 17-18 September 2012. 

Further informations, program and registration here

From: DICEA (Dipartimento di Ingeneria Civile Edile e Ambientale Area di Geodesia e Geomatica) Sapienza Università degli studi di Roma (http://w3.uniroma1.it/geodgeom)

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