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European Space Agency (ESA) Synthetic Aperture Radar (SAR) Course September/October 2014

Course description: introduction to Synthetic Aperture Radar (SAR) Remote Sensing: techniques and applications. The course will consist of theory and computer exercises and will be addressed to university students and young professionals with a background in Remote Sensing. Course duration: Over 1-week with lectures that are specific to subject areas on a daily basis Cost: Free of charge – ESA-sponsored

1.0 Applicant details

Please complete and return to [email protected]

Organisation Name Contact point for the purpose of course communications Ministry (if applicable) Phone number and email 2.0 Areas of interest

In the following section, please select a number of application areas of interest to your organisation. Please refer carefully to the example list at the end of this document, although you are welcome to add any other areas of interest. For each area of interest, please appoint nominees for course attendance and provide the further details as required.

Application area/s of interest Names and email addresses of attendees Will this person be acquiring and processing data OR will this person be a client/applications user? Level of experience and technical capability on SAR: None/Basic/Advanced

Academic and technical: theory and computer exercises on Synthetic Aperture Radar (SAR) Remote Sensing

Application area/s of interest

Please specify

Names and email addresses of attendees Will this person be acquiring and processing data OR will this person be a client/applications user? Level of experience and technical capability on Earth Observation remote sensing: None/Basic/Advanced

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Application area/s of interest

Please specify

Names and email addresses of attendees Will this person be acquiring and processing data OR will this person be a client/applications user? Level of experience and technical capability on Earth Observation remote sensing: None/Basic/Advanced 3.0 Additional Information How many attendees would be interested in participating in a 1-day “Introduction to SAR Basics”? (please list names) Tentative preferred dates: week commencing 22 nd Sept, 29 th Sept, 6 th Oct, 13 th Oct, 20 th Oct 2014?

(if possible, candidates should give several options) • • • • • • • • • • •

Example areas of interest

Marine applications (including Wind Surface speed direction, Ocean Waves analysis, Ship • detection, Oil Spills detection, Coastal monitoring) Topographic mapping Forestry (including Trees height estimation, Biomass estimation ...) Surface displacement measurements/mapping Crops monitoring Urban classification Lakes monitoring Archaeological sites monitoring Support to disaster Floods detection Techniques using SAR data: Integration into GIS, Galileo/GPS data, SAR polarimetry, tomography and interferometry Other (please specify) 2

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