ESA Training Course on Arctic Methane and Permafrost 2022
September 19 - September 23
Andoya Space Centre (ASC), Andenes, Norway
Application deadline: 15 July 2022
The European Space Agency (ESA) is organising an Earth Observation (EO) training course in collaboration with the NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL).
The course will take place from 19 – 23 September 2022 at the premises of the Andoya Space Centre (ASC) in Andenes, Norway.
The training is designed to promote and disseminate EO data and information-based solutions focussing on Arctic Methane and Permafrost. The programme will provide theoretical information followed by practical exercises and will feature the use of Satellite data from different missions together with airborne and ground based data together with process modelling.
The course is intended for researchers, students, PhD students and young professionals who use EO technology within their research or work and want to improve their knowledge of remote sensing.
- Introduction to the ESA NASA Arctic Methane & Permafrost challenge
- Arctic ecosystem science
- SAR & optical data focusing on permafrost regions
- Active & passive remote sensing of the atmosphere
- Synthesing Remote sensing, modelling and in situ observations
- Arctic Process Modelling
- Science Communication
The language of the course is English. Registration to the course is free. Participation is limited and subject to a selection process.
Required level of pre-existing knowledge in EO: Basic skills in both remote sensing and Arctic processes.
Costs: There will be course materials, tea and coffee breaks, lunch and dinner from Monday to Friday.
Travel expenses and additional expenses not mentioned above are responsibility of participants.
Registrations: 10 June – 15 July 2022. Registration link (https://www.conftool.net/ampac2022). The successful applicants will be notified by 01 August, 2022. Please keep in mind that the course has a limited capacity.
Certificate: At the end of the course, participants will be given an attendance certificate.
Access here below the draft training course programme.
Featured image: Ponds resulting from thawing permafrost in Alaska. Contains modified Copernicus Sentinel data (2020) processed by ESA with Sentinel Hub EO Browser