The CUT & ECoE team had a strong participation with 10 presentations at the 40th EARSeL Symposium 2021 that took place in June 2021 (see below).
EARSeL is a scientific network of European remote sensing laboratories, coming from both academia and the commercial/industrial sector, which covers all fields of geoinformation and earth observation through remote sensing.
EARSeL organizes yearly thematic workshops with the Symposium being the main meeting. The EARSeL Symposium focuses in highlighting the current trends in remote sensing and promotes the development of the association.
|Strategizing the “Smart City” model into an integrated system utilizing space technology and geoinformatics assets: A systematic approach to a resilient society: The study of Limassol, CY
|Calibration of Ground-based Data for Precipitation Estimation in the Area of Cyprus
|Maria G. Iordanidou
|Monitoring Common Agriculture Policy and Cross Compliance with Sen4Cap
|Rapid Assessment of post fire forest regeneration based on burn severity gradient using the Google Earth engine
|A Multi-disciplinary Integrated approach using Earth observation, GIG, Hydraulic Modelling for flood risk assessment in catchment areas in Cyprus
|Imaging Spectroscopy of shallow coastal waters
|Estimation of mean sea surface height variability in Cyprus using Tide Gauge and Sentinel-3 Satellite Altimetry Data
|Space-based Deformation Monitoring of Coastal Urban Areas: The case of Limassol’s Coastal front
|Considerations and Multi-Criteria Decision Analysis for the Installation of Permanent Infrastructures for Continuous Space-based Monitoring of Natural Hazards
|Earth Observation for an efficient water management in Cyprus