Gain working knowledge and experience with geological remote sensing data, software, and methods.
On 30 September 2023, University of Twente | ITC, organises a workshop during the 29th Colloquium of African Geology 2023 (CAG23), in Windhoek, Namibia.
The workshop Geological Remote Sensing: data, methods and Techniques, open to all CAG23 participants, is developed and led by applied and research earth scientists with decades of experience in various geological remote sensing techniques.
The workshop introduces the theory and data used in applying geological remote sensing, with a practical step-by-step exercise utilising multivariate remotely sensed datasets. The workshop exercises aim to leverage freely-available software and data where possible. This is an ideal opportunity to gain working knowledge and experience with geological remote sensing data, software, and methods.
The number of places is limited, so please register as soon as possible.
Applied and research earth scientists of the Department of Applied Earth Sciences of the Faculty of Geo-information Science and Earth Observation (ITC) | University of Twente.