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Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences - Geomatics


Current projects

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landscape with sky, foreground meadow with hey balesSattGrün

Grasslands need to be adequately managed to sustain crucial ecosystem functions and services. SattGrün aims to develop novel methods based on freely available data from the Copernicus program, i.e. Sentinel-1 and Sentinel-2 time series in combination with environmental models. SattGrün will advance our understanding of grassland use and management in general, and enable to support farmers with spatially explicit up-to-date information that are crucial for enhanced grassland management. More...

concrete with horizontal line relief in the middleMAT_STOCKS

MAT_STOCKS focuses on quantifying anthropogenic material stocks from remote sensing data (mostly Sentinel-1/2; night time lights; future GEDI data) and from globally available databases (e.g. OpenStreetMap, population databases). We target several national-scale, wall-to-wall cases, ranging from small (e.g. Austria and UK) to large countries (e.g. Russia, China and USA). More...

Landsat satellite flying above EarthLandsat Science Team

Within the five year period of the newly formed Landsat Science Team (2018-2023) our research focus is on "Synergies between future Landsat and European satellite missions, from land cover to land use".

For the period 2018-2023, the Landsat Science Team provides technical and scientific input to USGS and NASA on issues critical to the success of the Landsat program. This Landsat Science Team has the goal to ensure that Landsat 9 data, and relevant data from future Landsat missions are completely integrated with past Landsat data for the purpose of meeting the needs of current users and enabling new applications.

EnMap project satellite image - agriculture and forest EnMAP Spaceborne Spectroscopy Mission

The forthcoming Environmental Mapping and Analysis Program (EnMAP) is a German hyperspectral satellite mission. The Geomatics Lab contributes to the scientific preparation of the EnMAP mission through our participation in the EnMAP Science Advisory Group (EnSAG), the EnMAP Core Science Team (ECST), and the EnMAP-Box project. More...

logo of the UrbanEARS projectUrbanEARS

The UrbanEARS (Urban Ecosystem Analysis supported by Remote Sensing) project consist of a consortium of 7 research institutions from Belgium, Germany and the US. The involved fields include urban remote sensing, remote sensing of vegetation, hydrology, climatology, urban modelling, planning and architecture. More...

disturbed forest, fallen trees, fungiForest disturbances in Central Europe

We utilize Landsat data to assess patterns and drivers of forest disturbances across Central Europe.


Dam-Induced Land System Change

Globally, +50k dams store and redistribute water for domestic, industrial or agricultural use, flood control, and navigation. Dam construction was linked to a plethora of side-effects, including direct and indirect modifications of land cover, land use, and land use intensity. More...


The aim is to develop the Big Data system GeoMultiSens for the management and analysis of large volumes of remote sensing data. Scientists from disciplines such as Big Data infrastructures, parallel computing environments, Visual Analytics and remote sensing work on GeoMultiSens.