9 December 2015
Avenue Louise 231b
1050 Bruxelles BE
Are you a loyal user of optical remote sensing but willing to broaden your horizons? Intrigued by radar remote sensing but afraid to take the first step? Fascinated by geological phenomena but unsure how to study them properly? ...
... then you might want to attend The Dark Side of Remote Sensing on Wednesday December 9th 2015 in the premises of BELSPO in Brussels.
In collaboration with the Belgian Science Policy Office (BELSPO), the Centre Spatial de Liège (CSL), the Royal Museum of Central Africa (RMCA) and the European Centre for Geodynamics and Seismology (ECGS - Luxembourg) are jointly organising a one-day workshop on satellite radar interferometry (InSAR) and its numerous applications.
Our objective: to inform you and to kick-start a Belgian community of InSAR users.The meeting will give an overview of SAR missions and InSAR basics, techniques and applications. Your needs and expectations will be discussed in detail and a Belgian Interferometric Group (BIG) will be launched.
Introduction to afternoon round table
End of session
Avenue Louise 231b - 1050 Bruxelles BE