An Evaluation of Image Velocimetry Techniques under Low Flow Conditions and High Seeding Densities Using Unmanned Aerial Systems
9 January 2020

Training Course “Monitoring Natural and Agricultural Ecosystems with Unmanned Aerial Systems (UAS)”

It is a pleasure to inform that our scientific committee has just closed the selection of the supported candidates for the next Training Course “Monitoring Natural and Agricultural Ecosystems with Unmanned Aerial Systems (UAS)”.

We would like to thank the 110 researchers that have applied, but unfortunately we had to select only 15 students. Nevertheless, we will take into consideration these students for the coming initiatives.

Following the policy of HARMONIOUS COST Action, we have selected the following candidates

  1. Martin Slavik, Czech University of Life Sciences, Prague
  2. Maria Polinova, University of Haifa, Israel
  3. Chloé Dupuis, Gembloux Agro-Bio Tech, University of Liege, Belgium
  4. Lauri Ikkala, University of Oulu
  5. Theodora Lendzioch, Charles University, Prague
  6. Lea Epple Friedrich-Schiller-Universität Jena
  7. Rui Cruz, INESC-Coimbra
  8. Guadalupe Torre, University of Naples Federico II
  9. Leo Huylenbroeck, Uliège Gembloux Agro-bio Tech
  10. Richa Marwaha, Teagasc and University College Cork, Ireland
  11. Nicolas Francos, Tel Aviv Univesity
  12. Ulrich Zangerl, University of Vienna; Austria
  13. Thomas Schneider, Carinthia University of Applied Sciences (supported with local funds)
  14. Werner Pretscher, Carinthia University of Applied Sciences (supported with local funds)
  15. Dina Pirone, University of Naples Federico II, Italy