Spread the word to interested students and early career scientists — Advanced Training School on Remote Sensing/EO coming in Sept 2019 in Estonia!

The University of Tartu organizes together with the Taltech, the Estonian University of Life Sciences and the Baltic Earth an Advanced Training School on Remote Sensing/Earth Observation – Applications of Remote Sensing in the Baltic Sea region.

The Advanced Training School will take place on 15–20 September 2019 in the Võru Kubija Spa, Estonia. Application period is open until 19 June 2019, and the application process is reasonable.

This is a great opportunity for young scientists to learn quickly a lot about Remote Sensing/Earth Observation and to expand their knowledge in Remote Sensing of the natural environment. There are for example many renowned international lecturers included to the programme. The BalticSatApps project partners will be involved as organizers and lecturers as part of the programme.

The training school as such is free of charge, and also other spesified costs will be covered. There are 25 places available for students!

Apply by 19 June 2019! Find application information and more on the website: https://www.baltic-earth.eu/voru2019

The Training School is supported by:

  • European Regional Development Fund within the National Programme for Addressing Socio-Economic Challenges through R&D (RITA),
  • BalticSatApps Project, co-financed by Interreg Baltic Sea Region Programme 2014–2020,
  • University of Tartu ASTRA project 2014–2020.4.01.16-0029 KOMEET “Benefits for Estonian Society from Space Research and Application”, financed by the EU European Regional Development Fund,
  • University of Estonian University of Life Sciences ASTRA project 2014-2020.4.01.16-0036 „Value-chain based bio-economy“, financed by the EU European Regional Development Fund, and
  • Helmholtz-Zentrum Geesthacht, Germany, International Baltic Earth Secretariat
  • Doctoral School of Earth Sciences and Ecology, supported by the European Union, European Regional Development Fund (University of Tartu’s ASTRA project PER ASPERA).
Karin Pai, Project Manager, Tartu Observatory, University of Tartu
Picture by Joel Kuusk