Theia @ the 2019 Living Planet Symposium

Several SEC facilitators are participating in the 2019 edition of the Living Planet Symposium, from 13 to 17 May in Milan.

Water level of lakes and rivers SEC

Poster | “HYDROWEB/HYSOPE : an processing center for lakes and rivers observation”

Jean-Francois Cretaux, CNES/LEGOS, Toulouse, France, 
Stephane Calmant2, Philippe Pacholczyk3, Lionel ZAWADSKI4, Adrien PARIS4, Nicolas TABURET4, Frederic Frappart2, Sylvain Biancamaria5 
1CNES/LEGOS, Toulouse, France, 2IRD/LEGOS, Toulouse, France, 3CNES, Toulouse, France, 4CLS, Ramonville St Agne, France, 5CNRS/LEGOS, Toulouse, France

EO for Hydro models Poster Session | Tuesday, May 14 South Hall, Floor 0, 17:20 – 19:00 | More details

Land cover SEC

Oral Presentation | “Mapping France’s Land-cover at 10 m Every Year. Lessons Learned and Future Improvement.”

Jordi Inglada (Cnes, CESBIO, Toulouse, France) 
Arthur Vincent (CS-SI, Toulouse ), Vincent Thierion (INRA – CESBIO, Toulouse, France)

Land Cover Regional to Global | Thursday, May 16 | Space 2 – Floor 0, 11:40 – 11:55 | More details

Urbanisation and artificialisation SEC

Poster | “Innovative Methods and Products of the  » Urbanization and Artificialization”, Theia Scientific Expertise Centre

Anne Puissant, Arnaud Le Bris, Vincent Thierion, Thomas Corpetti, Thibault Catry, Sébastien Gadal, Rémi Cresson, Xavier Briottet, Nicolas Baghdadi, Arnaud Sellé

Oral Presentation | “Automated Urban Footprint Mapping Over Large Areas: a Method Implemented for Massive Streams of Sentinel Data”, 
Anne Puissant, David Michéa, Romain Wenger, Quentin Poterek

Anne Puissant, University of Strasbourg – LIVE, France; University of Strasbourg – A2S Platform
David Michéa2, Quentin Poterek1
1University of Strasbourg – LIVE, France, 2University of Strasbourg – A2S Platform 

EO for Resilient Cities (2) | vendredi 17 mai | Space 2 Floor 0, 14:00-14:15 | More details

Data Terra and other French Data Centers

Frédéric Huynh, head of DataTerra, will also be there to present the current development of a French research infrastructure dedicated to Earth System.

Oral Presentation | « A satellite and in-situ data and services infrastructure for the study of the Earth system », 

Frédéric Huynh, IR System Terre – CNES, CNRS, IFREMER, IRD, IRSTEA, IGN, IPGP, Météo France -, France
Michel Diament1, Richard Moreno1, Nicolas Bagdhadi1, Michel Deshayes1, Gilbert Maudire1, Nicole Papineau1
1IR System Terre – CNES, CNRS, IFREMER, IRD, IRSTEA, IGN, IPGP, Météo France -, France

Open Science: Collaboration for Open Research | mercredi 15 mai | Brown 3 Floor 2  16:40 – 16:55 | More details

ForM@Ter, another component of DataTerra like Theia, will participate in two sessions.

Michel Diament will present French initiatives at the “From National to European wide in SAR” session , Tuesday, May 14, Giardino Agora, 10:00 – 11:00 | More details

Emilie Ostanciaux will present the « On-demand service for Sentinel-1 InSAR processing using NSBAS” developed by ForM@Ter.

Cloud Platforms: Big EO Data Analytics: Platforms and Applications | 
15 mai | Amber 7+8 floor 2 16:55 – 17:10 | More details 

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