Program


Day 1 / July 23 (Tue)


9:00-9:45 (West Bldg. 9, room 218)
Reception

9:50-10:00 (West Bldg. 9, room 218)
Opening

10:00-11:30 (West Bldg. 9, room 218)
SAR basics and data interpretations at imaging, interferometry, polarimetry, radio&geometry, calibration, irregularity and the application (Prof. Masanobu Shimada, Tokyo Denki University)

12:50-14:20 (West Bldg. 9, room 218)
PolSAR Data Decomposition and its Applications (Prof. Yoshio Yamaguchi, Niigata University)

14:40-17:10 (West Bldg. 9, room 218)
SNAP for ALOS-2 processing (Dr. Tsutomu Yamanokuchi, RESTEC)


Day 2 / July 24 (Wed)


8:00
Departure from Ookayama

10:30-12:00
Tour at NIED

14:00-15:30
Sentinel Asia: International collaboration among space agencies, disaster management agencies, and international agencies to support disaster management with satellites.(Dr. Shiro Kawakita, JAXA)
SAR missions and applications (Mr. Masato Ohki, JAXA)

15:30-16:30
Tour at JAXA

19:00
Arrival at Ookayama


Day 3 / July 25 (Thu)


10:00-11:30 (West Bldg. 9, room 218)
Optical remote sensing and image processing (Prof. Mauro Dalla Mura, GIPSA-lab, Tokyo Institute of Technology)

13:00-14:30 (West Lecture Bldg. 1 (West Bldg. 5), room 541)
Public seminar (Prof. Paolo Gamba, University of Pavia)
“Remote sensing and human activities:
a new research path for social sciences and human health monitoring”

15:00-18:00 (West Bldg. 9, room 218)
Google Earth Engine – Planetary-scale platform for Earth science data & analysis (Mr. Yasushi Onda, Google)


Day 4 / July 26 (Fri)


10:00-11:30 (West Bldg. 9, room 218)
Deep learning for remote sensing image analysis (Prof. Claudio Persello, University of Twente)

13:00-14:30 (West Bldg. 9, room 218)
Scalable and accurate methods for information discovery from big EO data archives (Prof. Begüm Demir, Technische Universität Berlin)

15:00-18:00 (West Bldg. 9, room 218)
Hands-on practice of disaster damage mapping (Dr. Bruno Adriano, RIKEN Center for Advanced Intelligence Project)

18:00- (Centennial Hall)
Dinner


Note : All courses are lectured in English.


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