Assistant Professor for Geoinformatics, Department of Geoinformatics 'quote' TAUGHT MSc COURSES: Object-based Image Analysis , Advanced Remote Sensing, IP: Application Development (OBIA), IP:Application Development (GIS) Master Thesis Supervision Research Interests: Object-based image analysis, Spatial analysis, GIS-programming and -modelling, Remote sensing, Landscape structure analysis https://zgis.at/team/
On Global GIS Day = Nov 15 we again will offer a range of thesis topics and internship placements. Meet with Z_GIS faculty and company representatives for an informal exchange of ideas and discussion of interests in the iDEAS:lab, starting from 3pm.
Two 'MOOC' offerings currently are open for registration, starting on September 6: Do-It-Yourself Geo Apps - PLUSonline registration Earth Imagery at Work - PLUSonline registration Both are highly recommended, complement obligatory classes and -upon successful completion- earn electives credit! Please register in PLUSonline as well when ECTS will be requested.
The admission deadline for non-EU students for the winter semester 2017/18 is September 5, and you need to pre-register and have documents ready - thus, watch your calendar!
The University of Salzburg is again offering an orientation week from September 18-22 to all international mobility / exchange students - this includes, but is not limited to, Erasmus students. Participation is strongly recommended, and arriving early before the October 1 semester start helps with settling in and getting a well informed start into the semester!
Please make sure that you ALL are registered for the 'ePortfolio' course in every semester! This is independent of whether you need course credits etc or not - your registration to this course puts you onto the distribution list for all information relevant for MSc Applied Geoinformatics.
We meet on Tue, October 10 at 2pm in the GI_Experience Room (on ground floor) for a Q&A session for any question related to the master programme. Afterwards we will have a separate welcome of our new students as part of the Orientation and Introduction course.