Remote Sensing Training School is expecting applications from students and early career researchers
The University of Tartu among with the Earth science network Baltic Earth expect MA and PhD students as well as Junior Research Fellows to participate in the Remote Sensing Advanced Training School, which is held on September 15–20, 2019 in Võru County at the Kubija SPA center.
Up to 25 students and junior research fellows from the field of natural sciences are expected to take part of the training school. Deep interest in the applications of remote sensing in the Baltic Sea region is required. Lectures are given and practical works supervised by internationally recognized experts and researchers. The working language of the traning school is English.
The main goals of the Training School are
- to bring together young researchers in the field of Remote Sensing/Earth Observation from different countries surrounding the Baltic Sea;
- to offer early stage scientists hands-on training in a relaxed informal atmosphere;
- to provide young scientists with new perspectives and inspirations for their own projects;
- to have renowned keynote speakers give insights into current hot topics in the area.
Applications are expected until June 19, 2019. More information and the requirements for applying can be found on the Baltic Earth webpage.
Karin Pai, karin.pai [ät] ut.ee, tel 737 4512, UT Tartu Observatory
Piia Post, piia.post [ät] ut.ee, tel 737 5563, UT Institute of Physics
The training school is organized by the UT Tartu Observatory and Institute of Physics amontg with the TalTech Department of Marine Systems and the Estonian University of Life Sciences Institute of Forestry and Rural Engineering.
The remote sensing training school is supported by
- European Regional Development Fund within the National Programme for Addressing Socio-Economic Challenges through R&D (RITA);
- BalticSatApps Project, co-financed by Interreg Baltic Sea Region Programme 2014–2020;
- University of Tartu ASTRA project 2014–2020.4.01.16-0029 KOMEET "Benefits for Estonian Society from Space Research and Application", financed by the EU European Regional Development Fund;
- University of Estonian University of Life Sciences ASTRA project 2014–2020.4.01.16-0036 "Value-chain based bio-economy", financed by the EU European Regional Development Fund;
- Helmholtz-Zentrum Geesthacht, Germany, International Baltic Earth Secretariat;
- Doctoral School of Earth Sciences and Ecology, supported by the European Union, European Regional Development Fund (University of Tartu’s ASTRA project PER ASPERA).