Join us for the next CIRFA Seminar on 20. May with a special focus on icebergs.
What is young and thin ice doing, and where is it moving right when it forms? Malin Johansson send her pink drifter called ThinTec for a hitchhike on the ice to watch it grow, track its movements, and send its measurements in real time to Malin`s computer via its GPS antenna.
Congratulations to PhD candidate Salman Khalegian`s paper on Sea Ice Classification of SAR Imagery Based on Convolution Neural Networks.
Rydeng Jenssen will Tuesday May 11th at 12:15 publically defend his thesis for the PhD degree in Science.
This work presents a combination of machine learning approaches to classify and assess feature relevance in remotely sensed hyperspectral and multispectral data.
Cornelius Quigley and Johannes Lohse completed their PhDs this spring – a big stepping stone on what is still to come. CIRFA is proud of you and we are curious to see you grow even more.
The next CIRFA seminar will be given by Geoffrey Dawson (Bristol Univ.) and Sindre Fritzner (UiT).
Anna joined the CIRFA team early in 2021 to do her PhD with us. During the upcoming three years, her work will focus on Multi-temporal remote sensing of dynamic Arctic phenomena.
Laust recently joined the CIRFA team to do his PhD with us. His work will focus on Mapping and Modeling of Iceberg Occurrences in the Barents Sea.
During the upcoming 2 weeks, CIRFA is represented with 10 contributions and 2 sessions (co-)convened by CIRFA researchers.