AI4Copernicus café | Focusing on Agriculture – 31.8
AI4Copernicus is organising a series of info webinars, where experts from the corresponding domains of the project like Energy, Security, Health and Agriculture, provide useful information and tips concerning the AI4Copernicus Open Calls submission process which is now open.
The third AI4Copernicus café was held on 31 August 2021. This session’s speaker was Lorenzo Bruzzone, from partner University of Trento, who provided information on Agriculture.
Talk Title: Copernicus data in Agriculture and Food Security domains
More specifically, four sessions are scheduled to be held virtually, from May to September, with a duration of 30 minutes, each time on a different domain.
Watch the video here:
Short bio: Lorenzo Bruzzone is currently a Full Professor at the University of Trento where he is the founder and the director of the Remote Sensing Laboratory. His current research interests are in the areas of remote sensing, radar and SAR, signal processing, and Artificial Intelligence. He has promoted and supervised research on these topics within the frameworks of many (40+) national and international projects. Among the others, he is currently the Principal Investigator of the High Resolution Land Cover project in the framework of the Climate Change Initiative of ESA and is involved with different roles in ESA and EU projects related to food security and agriculture. He is the author/co-author of 300+ publications in international journals. His papers are highly cited, as proven from the total number of citations (36000+) and the value of the h-index (91) (source: Google Scholar). Since 2019 he has been the Vice-President for Professional Activities of the IEEE Geoscience and Remote Sensing Society (GRSS). Dr. Bruzzone is the recipient of many international awards. He is the co-founder of the IEEE International Workshop on the Analysis of Multi-Temporal Remote-Sensing Images (MultiTemp). Since 2003 he has been the Chair of the SPIE Conference on Image and Signal Processing for Remote Sensing. He has been the founder of the IEEE Geoscience and Remote Sensing Magazine for which he has been Editor-in-Chief between 2013-2017. He is IEEE Fellow.
Find more information about the Open Calls (which are now open) and watch the previous AI4Copernicus café on Energy and Security here.