Last Tuesday, NASA chief scientist Ellen Stofan came to EPFL to give a conference entitled NASA Science: Looking outward, inward and homeward. She also visited our lab!
A little more than two weeks ago, I attended the 1st Chinese-Swiss workshop on space sciences. This workshop, organized by the Swiss Space Center, was held in Lenk in the Swiss Alps. It has been a great opportunity to meet scientists and to discover Chinese projects regarding space missions…
In a different kind, last Friday I had the opportunity to do a flight in ultralight. This flight was part of the Leman-Baikal project that use hyperspectral remote sensing. The idea is to investigate the possibilities that exist to use the dataset for mapping terrestrial surfaces…
A quick post to mention that I will take part in the SIG 2014 conference. This conference organized by ESRI, the software editor of ArcGIS that I use to manage my data (see the screenshot below), will be held in Versailles the 1st and 2nd of October. I will give a talk on the use of GIS (Geographic Information System) in the context of planetary exploration.
Next post tomorrow for the publication of my last paper!
A little more than two weeks ago, the WHISPERS 2014 (Workshop on Hyperspectral Image and Signal Processing: Evolution in Remote Sensing) conference ended (yes, I didn’t took the time to write about it before today!). The conference was held here, in Lausanne, at the Swiss Tech Center on the campus of EPFL.
I had the opportunity to organize and chair a special session dedicated to the processing of hyperspectral data in the context of planetary exploration on Wednesday. Five talks were scheduled, allowing us to take a little trip in the solar system: