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Doctor's Degree Dr.-Ing. - Sigurd Huber
26 February 2014
- We are very glad to announce that our colleague Sigurd Huber defended his PhD yesterday at the faculty of Electrical Engineering of Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT) with great success. His clearly structured and professional presentation not only inspired his peers but also all present colleagues. The title of his dissertation is "Spaceborne SAR Systems with Digital Beamforming and Reflector Antennas". Sigurd Huber works in Marwan Younis' group and developed and optimized a promising novel SAR concept that combines the advantages of large reflector antennas (narrow antenna beam/high gain) and digital phased arrays (high flexibility while forming antenna diagrams via digital beamforming). An important contribution of his work is the development of optimized techniques for the combination of feed signals in real-time. On one hand, by using these new techniques the gain of received echoes can be maximized and on the other hand the contribution of ambiguities can be minimized. Another substantial contribution is the development of a reflector with two different focal levels which simultaneously distributes the power of an incoming plane wave to several feed elements. This leads in combination with the digital signal processing to a balanced performance for different incidence angles on the one hand and to a significant reduction of possible performance losses after fail of a feed element on the other hand. Sigurd's developments, hence, will play a critical role during the development of a high-performance SAR instrument for the Tandem-L mission. Dear Sigurd well done, congratulations!
Doctor's Degree Dr.-Ing. - Eric Schreiber
07 February 2014
- We are very glad to announce that our colleague Eric Schreiber successfully defended his PhD yesterday at Karlsruhe University (KIT). He could convince his peers regarding his novel, fully electronic microwave imaging system. We would like to use the opportunity to say thank you for this extraordinary work he has achieved here since being with us. Furthermore, we congratulate him to this achievment and wish him a maximum of success for his future work. Eric will stay with us, in the TIRAMISU project but also in other activities. Dear Eric, well done, congratulations!
+++ The winner of DLR_Science_Slam 2013 is: Team REMOTE SENSING +++
06 December 2013
As last year, the final of this year's DLR_Science_Slam took place at the evening event of DLR's annual general assembly, held yesterday on 05 December 2013 in Göttingen and DLR colleagues could join the event via a live video broadcast. Two teams reached the final: TEAM SOLAR: Christoph Prahl and Christoph Hilgert (Institute for Solar Research, Almeria in Spain) and TEAM REMOTE SENSING: Michele Martone, Maria Tello Alonso (both Microwaves and Radarinstitute, Oberpfaffenhofen), Daniele Cerra, Claas Hendrik Grohnfeldt, Aliaksei Makarau, Kevin Alonso Gonzalez (each Remote Sensing Technology Institute, Oberpfaffenhofen). The voting of a jury, the hall audience and those connected via internet and mobil phones after both presentations resulted in a "The winner is: TEAM REMOTE SENSING!!!" Cordially congratulations to both teams! Watch (DLR internally) both contributions here:
Elevation to IEEE Fellow - Irena Hajnsek and Kostas Papathanassiou
28 November 2013
- It is our great pleasure to announce that the IEEE Board of Directors, at its November 2013 meeting, elevated Irena Hajnsek and Kostas Papathanassiou to "IEEE Fellow", effective, 1 January 2014, with the following citations: „for contributions to synthetic aperture radar imaging using airborne sensors and spaceborne missions“ and „for contributions to polarimetric interferometry for synthetic aperture radar“, respectively. Within the next two months, they will receive their IEEE Fellow pin and certificate. Both serve as visible recognition of his elevation to the highest grade of membership in the IEEE. Recognizing the achievements of its members is an important part of the mission of the IEEE. Each year, following a rigorous evaluation procedure, the IEEE Fellow Committee recommends a select group of recipients for one of the IEEE’s most prestigious honors, elevation to IEEE Fellow. Cordially congratulations to Irena and Kostas!
Doctor's Degree Dr.-Ing. - Noora Al-Kahachi
12 November 2013
- After a not too short presentation and a convincing question round Noora Al-Kahachi successfully defended today her PhD with her work entitled "Polarimetric SAR Modelling of a Two-Layer Structure - A Case Study Based on Subarctic Lakes" at the Technical University of Munich. We congratulate and wish all the best into the new - post doctoral - life !
Doctor's Degree Dr.-Ing. - Jaime Hueso González
04 November 2013
- We are happy to announce that our former colleague Jaime Hueso González successfully defended his thesis entitled "Analysis of Wedge-Shaped Waveguides and Design of Multipactor-Resistant Microwave Bandpass Filters" on 29 October 2013 at the Universidad Politécnica de Valencia. Jaime would like to thank all colleagues who directly or unwittingly contributed to the success of his work and accompanied him throughout his years at DLR. Congratulations, Jaime!
Doctor's Degree Dr.-Ing. - Jens Reimann
29 October 2013
- We are very glad to announce that our colleague Jens Reimann successfully defended his dissertation on Monday, 21 October 2013 at the Chemnitz University of Technology, Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Information Technology. His work, supervised by Prof. Chandra and Prof. Wanielik, entitled „On Fast, Polarimetric Non-Reciprocal Calibration and Multipolarization Measurements on Weather Radars“ has been finilised in the framework of his engagement at the DLR Institute of Atmospheric Physics. Congratulations, Jens!
IEEE Senior Member - Pau Prats
23 October 2013
- Our colleague Pau Prats, head of group "Multimodal Algorithms" has been awarded the IEEE grade "Senior Member". Cordially congratulations, Pau!
Doctor's Degree Dr. sc. - Maria Sanjuan-Ferrer and JunSu Kim
02 October 2013
- On Wednesday, 02 October 2013 afternoon, after 30 min presentation and 1 hour questions the dissertation committee congratulated Maria Sanjuan-Ferrer and JunSu Kim for their excellent research work entitled "Detection of Coherent Scatterers in SAR Data: Algorithms and Applications" (Maria Sanjuan-Ferrer) and "Development of Ionosphere Estimation Techniques for the Correction of SAR Data" (JunSu Kim) and awarded them the doctoral degree. The doctoral degree "Dr. sc." is awarded from the Department of Civil, Environmental and Geomatic Engineering. We would like to congratulate Maria and JunSu very much and wish them all the best for the future.
Certificate of Merit - Tobias Rommel
25 September 2013
- We are very happy to announce that our colleague Tobias Rommel was among the finalists for the “Young Scientists Award” and was honored with a “Certificate of Merit” for his presentation “Abbildendes MIMO-Radar mit modifizierten Chirp-Signalen “ at the U.R.S.I. Kleinheubacher Tagung. We congratulate him very much to this appreciation and wish him all the best for the future.
Elected GRSS AdCom Member – Irena Hajnsek
21 August 2013
- We are glad to announce that our colleague Prof. Dr. rer. nat Irena Hajnsek has been elected as Administration Committee (AdCom) member of the IEEE Geoscience and Remote Sensing Society (GRSS) for the time period of 2013 until 2015.
Chair of the Instrumentation and Future Technologies Technical Committee - Marwan Younis
21 August 2013
- We are glad to announce that our colleague Dr.-Ing. Marwan Younis has been elected to chair the "Instrumentation and Future Technologies Technical Committee“ of the IEEE Geoscience and Remote Sensing Society (GRSS) for a period of two years.
ITG Advancement Award "Förderpreis" 2013 - Eren Culhaoglu
29 July 2013
- We are very glad to announce that our colleague Ali Eren Culhaoglu has been granted the ITG Advancement Award "ITG-Förderpreis" 2013 for his dissertation entitled „Microwaves Metamaterials: Superlensing and Design of Low Reflection Coatings“. Congratulations to Eren! The ITG-Förderpreis recognizes outstanding dissertations in the field of Information Technology.
IGARSS'13 Student Paper Award - Octavio Ponce
29 July 2013
- Our colleague Octavio Ponce has been granted a Student Paper Award at the International Geoscience and Remote Sensing Symposium (IGARSS) in Melbourne, Australia, for his work entitled “First Demonstration of 3-D Holographic Tomography with Fully Polarimetric Multi-Circular SAR at L-band”. Octavio became second among nine finalists. All together, 67 applications have been submitted for the Student Paper Competition at IGARSS in Melbourne. Cordially congratulations to Octavio!
Doctor's Degree Dr.-Ing. - Martina Gabele
03 May 2013
- Martina Gabele, our former colleague at the Radar Concepts department defended her thesis today on 3 May 2013 entitled „SAR/GMTI for Space-Based Radar with Two-Dimensional Antenna Arrays" at the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT) - very successfully! Her work is an important contribution for the design of future SAR satellites with GMTI capability. Dear Martina, our sincere congratulations!
Among the Best Degrees in 2012 - Patrick Thiemer
18 January 2013
- We are very glad to announce that our Diploma student Patrick Thiemer, Department Reconnaissance and Security - Microwave Sensors, has been awarded the title "Among the Best Degrees in 2012" for his Diploma thesis „Aufbau und messtechnische Verifikation eines breitbandigen digitalen Pulsradars“ at the Hochschule Würzburg-Schweinfurt and the Hans-Wilhelm-Renkhoff-Stiftung. We congratulate him very much to this outstanding work and wish him all the best with his new engagement at TESAT Spacecom.
Doctor's Degree Dr.-Ing. - Marc Rodríguez-Cassolà
14 December 2012
- We are glad to announce that Marc Rodríguez-Cassolà successfully defended his dissertation on Thursday, 13 December 2012, at the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT), with the work: "Bistatic Synthetic Aperture Radar Data Processing". His work is a milestone in the history of SAR due to the innovation of his contributions, both theoretical and experimental, which have brought the Institute to be recognized as a worldwide reference for bistatic SAR data processing. We congratulate him for his outstanding work!
Elevation to IEEE Fellow - Gerhard Krieger
12 November 2012
- It is our great pleasure to announce that the IEEE Board of Directors, at its November 2012 meeting, elevated Gerhard Krieger to "IEEE Fellow", effective, 1 January 2013, with the following citation: For Contributions to Advanced Synthetic Aperture Radar Systems. Within the next two months, Gerhard will receive his IEEE Fellow pin and certificate. Both serve as visible recognition of his elevation to the highest grade of membership in the IEEE. Recognizing the achievements of its members is an important part of the mission of the IEEE. Each year, following a rigorous evaluation procedure, the IEEE Fellow Committee recommends a select group of recipients for one of the IEEE’s most prestigious honors, elevation to IEEE Fellow.
Member of the Advisory Board of the Bundeswehr Agency for Geoinformations (AGeoBw) - Prof. Dr. Helmut Süß
7 November 2012
- Prof. Dr. Helmut Süß, department leader of department Reconnaissance and Security at the Microwaves and Radar Institute, has been appointed to be a member of the advisory board of the Bundeswehr Agency for Geoinformations for a period of three years.
Among the IET RADAR 2012 Five Best Student Papers - Michelangelo Villano
26 October 2012
- We are very pleased to announce that our colleague Michelangelo Villano has been awarded being one of the five best students at the IET Radar 2012, the International Conference on Radar Systems, held in Glasgow, UK, 22nd - 25th October 2012. His paper entitled "Staggered-SAR for High Resolution Wide Swath Imaging" is co-authored with Gerhard Krieger and Alberto Moreira. We would like to congratulate Michelangelo and his co-authors to this achievement.
Doctor's Degree Dr. sc. - Seung-Kuk Lee
24 October 2012
- We are very glad to distribute the message that Seung-Kuk Lee defended successfully his dissertation on Wednesday, 24 October 2012, at the ETH Zurich. He presented his research work in 20 minutes and were 1 hour examined by the committee. His thesis is entitled: "Forest Parameter Estimation Using Polarimetric SAR Interferometry Techniques at Low Frequencies". The doctoral degree "Dr. sc." has been awarded from the Department of Civil, Environmental and Geomatic Engineering. We would like to congratulate him for this milestone in his professional carrier.
"DLR Science Award" in recognition of scientific achievements - Pau Prats
19 September 2012
- Pau Prats, head of the Multimodal Processing Group of the Institute, has been awarded with the DLR Science Award (DLR-Wissenschaftspreis). This Prize is awarded every year primarily to young scientists at DLR in honor of their outstanding scientific achievements which must be documented in refereed scientific journals. The awarded work of Pau Prats is entitled: “Processing of Sliding Spotlight and TOPS SAR Data Using Baseband Azimuth Scaling”, published in IEEE Transactions on Geoscience and Remote Sensing, Vol. 48, No. 2, February 2010. Congratulations to Pau Prats! The award will be presented during the DLR General Assembly Meeting, beginning of December in Cologne.
Novel radar satellite technology nominated for the German Award for Technology and Innovation (Deutscher Zukunftspreis)
12 September 2012
- Scientists of the Microwaves and Radar Institute with their project "Radar Eyes in Space - Revolutionary Technology for Earth and Environment" are nominated for the German Future Award "Deutscher Zukunftspreis". This award of the German president for Technology and Innovation is presented every year to scientist and developers whose innovations lead to application-oriented and herewith marketable products. The prestigious award will be presented by the German president Bundespräsident Joachim Gauck, end of November in Berlin.
IEEE W.R.G. Baker Award 2012 goes to 7 scientists of the Microwave and Radar Institute
23 July 2011
- The IEEE W.R.G. Baker Award has been handed over today, on 23 July 2012, to seven scientists of our institute during the Plenary Session on IGRASS 2012 in Munich. The IEEE W.R.G. Baker Award is presented by the IEEE Board of Directors for a most outstanding professional article published in an IEEE publication reporting original work. No more than one award may be given in any year. The award will be presented in 2012 for the first time since 2002. The prized paper is entitled „TanDEM-X: A Satellite Formation for High-Resolution SAR Interferometry” published in IEEE Transactions on Geoscience and Remote Sensing, Vol. 45, Issue 11, Nov. 2007, co-authored by Dr. Gerhard Krieger, Prof. Alberto Moreira, Dr. Hauke Fiedler, Prof. Irena Hajnsek, Marian Werner, Dr. Marwan Younis and Dr. Manfred Zink.
Doctor's Degree Dr. rer. nat. - Eren Culhaoglu
24 July 2012
- It is a great honour for us to tell you that our colleague Eren Culhaoglu defended today on 24 July 2012 his thesis entitled "Microwave Metamaterials: Superlensing and Design of Low Reflection Coatings" at the Technische Universität München "with distinction".
Doctor's Degree Dr. rer. nat. - Thomas Jagdhuber
06 July 2012
- Yesterday, on Thursday, 05 July 2012 afternoon, after 6 hours sweating, 30 min presentation and 1 hour questions the dissertation committee congratulated Thomas Jagdhuber for this excellent research work entitled "Soil parameter retrieval under vegetation cover using SAR polarimetry" and awarded him with the doctoral degree. The degree has been awarded from the University of Potsdam, Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences. We would like to congratulate him for this milestone in his professional carrier.
Senior Scientist – Irena Hajnsek
21 June 2012
- Prof. Dr. Irena Hajnsek, Head of the „Pol-InSAR“ group at the DLR HR Institute and Professor at ETH Zurich has been awarded the title „Senior Scientist“ of DLR on June 18, 2012. This recognition has been presented to Prof. Hajnsek from DLR executive board members during a commemorative event. The award "Senior Scientist" appreciates outstanding achievements of DLR scientists.
Certificate of Recognition of TanDEM-X Achievements and Impact to all the TanDEM-X Team
30 April 2012
- A satellite mission has been awarded for the first time during the EUSAR 2012 conference in Nuremburg, Germany: The TanDEM-X mission received a "Certificate of Recognition of TanDEM-X Achievements and Impact". A percentage of 30% of all EUSAR 2012 contributions referred to TanDEM-X and all TanDEM-X presentations have been presented excellently at the conference. The award was handed over to Dr. Manfred Zink who received it representing the whole TanDEM-X team at DLR and in the industry. Congratulations to all the TanDEM-X team!
DLR IDEA Award 2011 - Markus Peichl and Stephan Dill
16 January 2012
- We are very glad to annonce that Dr.-Ing. Markus Peichl and Dipl.-Ing. Stephan Dill, Microwaves and Radar Institute, have been granted the „DLR IDEA Award 2011“ for their project proposal „Mikro-Vol“ in the frame work of the DLR wide call for proposals in „Safety First – Sicherheit im Griff“.
Doctor's Degree Dr.-Ing. - Junghyo Kim
05 December 2011
- On Friday, 02 December 2011 our colleague Junghyo Kim successfully defended his thesis entitled „Multiple-Input Multiple-Output Synthetic Aperture Radar for Multimodal Operation“ at the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology(KIT). His work is very innovative and depicts an important contribution for future radar missions.
ARGUS-Preis 2011 - Christopher Hepner
19 October 2011
- Mr. Christopher Hepner has been awarded this year's ARGUS-Preis granted by EADS-Cassidian. His master's thesis "Preparation of 3-D Radar Signatures from Tower Turntable Measurements with Sparse Aperture" done in Research Group
was sucessfully defended at Prof. Münzner, Hochschule Ulm. The Award will be presented to him on 20 October 2011. For this, he will give a talk at EADS Ulm. We congratulate Christopher to this success and would like to thank him again for this extraordinary work.
DLR Research Semester - Josef Mittermayer
19 September 2011
- Recognizing his outstanding research achievements and for the promotion of further studies, Dr.-Ing. Josef Mittermayer, Microwaves and Radar Institute, has been grated a "DLR Research Semester" by the DLR Executive Board. The DLR Research Semester allows DLR scientists conducting their studies for one semester at a research institution abroad. Josef has been informed about this award decision in a personal letter already in May this year.
Sustainable Resource Management (SRM) Award - Astor Torano Caicoya
12 August 2011
- We are glad to announce that Astor Torano Caicoya received the Sustainable Resource Management (SRM) Award donated by the Audi Foundation for Environment "Audi Stiftung für Umwelt". The SRM Award has been issued by the Audi Foundation for Environment in 2010 for promoting great achievements in the field of sustainable resource management. It honours graduates in course Sustainable Resource Management of Technische Universität München (TUM) with great achievements. Astor finished his master thesis in the Pol-InSAR Group and is working towards his doctoral thesis since 2010 with the goal to derive innovative forest biomass algorithms based on the 3D forest structure and on Pol-InSAR techniques. Astor's work poses a bridge-building function between the complex nature and new technologies and is a basic contribution to the aimed Tandem-L mission goal. We congratulate him to this award and wish him furthermore success in the future.
DLR Research Semester - Helmut Süß
05 August 2011
- Recognizing his outstanding research achievements and for the promotion of further studies, Prof. Dr. rer. nat. Helmut Süß, Microwaves and Radar Institute, has been grated a "DLR Research Semester" by the DLR Executive Board - already in May last year. The DLR Research Semester allows DLR scientists conducting their studies for one semester at a research institution abroad. Professor Süß just returned from his DLR Research Semester now. He has been at the Naval Postgraduate School in Monterey, California, from April until July this year.
Doctor's Degree Dr.-Ing. - Matthias Jirousek
25. Juli 2011
- We are glad to announce that on Friday, 22 July 2011, Matthias Jirousek defended his doctoral thesis "Abbildendes Mikrowellen-Spektrometer mit Apertursynthese" (Imaging Microwave Spectrometer with Aperture Synthesis) with great success. Congratulations!
Franz-Xaver-Erlacher-Förderpreis 2011 - Astor Torano Caicoya
08. Juli 2011
- We are glad to announce that Astor Torano Caicoya received the Franz-Xaver-Erlacher-Förderpreis 2011 (Franz-Xaver-Promotion-Award) - an award promoting young scientists and PhD students. Astor finished his master thesis in the Pol-InSAR Group and is working towards his doctoral thesis since 2010 with the goal to derive innovative forest biomass algorithms based on the 3D forest structure and on Pol-InSAR techniques. Astor's work poses a bridge-building function between the complex nature and new technologies and is a basic contribution to the aimed Tandem-L mission goal. We congratulate him to this award and wish him furthermore success in the future.
Senior Scientist - Kostas Papathanassiou
10 June 2011
- Dr. Kostas Papathanassiou, Head of the Group “Information Retrieval” at the Microwaves and Radar Institute has been awarded the title „DLR Senior Scientist“. This title recognizes the achievement of outstanding scientists in DLR. The award has been presented to Dr. Papathanassiou by a member of the DLR executive board at a commemorative event in DLR on 6 June 2011.
Doctor's Degree Dr.-Ing. - Fritz Jochim
29 March 2011
- Today we are proud announcing that Fritz Jochim defended yesterday (28/03/2011) his Doctoral thesis with great success at the Bundeswehr University, Faculty of Aeronautics and Aerospace. The topic was "The Application of Hansen-Systems in Celestial Mechanics and Astro Dynamics". Cordially congratulations Dr. Jochim!
Young Scientist Award - Esteban Aguilera
14 March 2011
- We are proud to announce that our PhD student Esteban Aguilera won the "Young Scientist Award" for his presentation last week at the URSI Symposium in Garmisch-Partenkirchen! Herr Aguilera is DAAD awardee. He is with us since more than one year now. His doctoral thesis is, mainly, about polarimetric SAR tomography. Within the next weeks his work also be presented in the framework of our Institute seminar.
Best graduate in his course - Thomas Oberwallner
22 November 2010
- We are glad to announce that Thomas Oberwallner who worked for 3 years half-and-half here at DLR, Microwaves and Radar Institute, Department of Reconnaissance and Security, Group Signatures and also at the Dual Academy Baden-Württemberg (DHBW) in Mannheim, Germany, finished his Bachelor degree as Best in his course on 19 November 2010. He has been honored in front of an audience of 6000 attendees, also DLR as the education facility has been valued in this context.
Doctor's Degree Dr.-Ing. - Esra Erten
17 November 2010
- Yesterday, our former colleague Esra Erten defended her thesis entitled "Information theory of multi-temporal SAR systems with application to motion detection and change detection" at the Technische Universität Berlin with great success. Her work was supported by DAAD and took place half-and-half at TU Berlin and DLR Oberpfaffenhofen. Esra will further serve science and especially the SAR field: She will have a postdoc position at ETH Zurich, chair of Prof. Irena Hajnsek. We wish great success for the future and hope to see more thrilling scientific results from her.
"Phillip-Matthäus-Hahn-Stiftung" Award - Bastian Calaminus
02. November 2010
- We are glad to announce that our colleague Herr Bastian Calaminus, Group System Engineering, Department Reconnaissance and Security, finished his Master course in „Systems Engineering“ at the Gratuate School of Albstadt-Sigmaringen with certificate "Best of the Year". He has been granted thus with the "Phillip-Matthäus-Hahn-Stiftung" award. We congratulate him very much to this award and his very successfull Masters degree.
"DLR Wissenschaftspreis 2010" in honor of scientific achievements - Nico Gebert
08 September 2010
- We are glad to accounce that Nico Gebert received this years's "DLR Wissenschaftspreis" in honor of his outstanding scientific achievements with respect to the conception and analysis of novel multi-aperture digital beamforming SAR Systems. We cordially congratulate Nico to this award!
Best Paper Award - Matteo Nannini and Ralf Horn
We are glad to accounce that Matteo Nannini and Ralf Horn recently received the Best Paper Prize at the 7th Joint SEAS & EMRS DTC Technical Conference 2010 in Edinburgh. The title is: Nick Walker, Ralf Horn, Armando Marino, Matteo Nannini, Ian Woodhouse: "The SARTOM Project: Tomography and polarimetry for enhanced target detection for foliage penetrating airborne P-band and L-band SAR".
Doctor's Degree Dr.-Ing. - Koichi Iribe
Since today, 19 August 2010,
is Dr. Koichi Iribe. We are very happy to let you know that Koichi Iribe successfully defended his PhD thesis at the Tohoku University, in Sendai, Japan. Koichi spend two years in our institute working in the Pol-InSAR group on the Detection and Application of Coherent Scatterers. Since August 2009 he is back in Japan writing up his thesis on "Investigation on Coherent Scatterers in Natural Environment for SAR Multi-Image Applications" that finally defended with success today (19 August 2010). We congratulate and wish him all the best for his future.
Doctor's Degree Dr.-Ing. with "summa cum laude" - Jayanti J. Sharma
We are very happy to inform you that
Jayanti J. Sharma
successfully defended yesterday, 12 August 2010, her PhD with distinction at the Karlsruher Institut für Technologie (KIT), Fakultät for Elektrotechnik und Informationtechnik. She was working the last four years at the Pol-InSAR research group on the thesis entitled "Estimation of Glacier Ice Extinction Coefficient using Long-wavelength Polarimetric Interferometric Synthetic Aperture Radar". We like to congratulate her for this achievement and wish her a successful continuation of her research career.
First Place Student Award, EUSAR 2010 - Jayanti J. Sharma
We are glad to announce that
Jayanti J. Sharma
was awarded the „Best Student Paper Award“ at EUSAR 2010. The award certificate reads as "First Place Student Award" to Jayanti J. Sharma "For a very significant contribution to the field of Synthetic Aperture Radar entitled": "Long-wavelength Pol-InSAR for glacier ice extinction estimation" co-authored with Irena Hajnsek and Konstantinos Papathanassiou. Cordial congratulations to Jayanti and her co-authors!
Best Master Degree Thesis Prize, 2010 IEEE Gold Remote Sensing Conference - Anna Fontana
We are very happy to inform you that Anna Fontana was awarded with the prize for the best Master Degree thesis on remote sensing topics discussed in Italy in 2009 during the IEEE GOLD Remote Sensing Conference, held 29/30 April 2010 in Livorno, Italy. This is a national prize awarded every year by the IEEE Geoscience and Remote Sensing South Italy Chapter. Anna performed her master thesis on forest structure estimation in our institute within the PolInSAR group in 2009 and defended the thesis successful in December 2009 at the University of Napoli. She was supervised by Seung-Kuk Lee and Kostas Papathanassiou.
Doctor's Degree Dr.-Ing. - Alberto Di Maria
28 April 2010
- We are very glad to announce that our colleague Alberto Di Maria defended his thesis today on 28 April 2010 at the University of Siena, Italy, Dipartimento di Ingegneria dell'Informazione (Information Engineering department). His work is entitled "Fast Numerical Techniques for the Design of Planar and Quasiplanar Arrays". We congratulate him very much to this milestone in his career.
Center of Excellence, SAR Technology and Applications, 2010 – 2012
Our Institute, the Microwaves and Radar Institute, has been awarded the title "Center of Excellence, SAR Technology and Applications" for another three years: from 2010-2012.
Doctor's Degree Dr.-Ing. - Christian Beine
Dipl.-Ing. Christian Beine
, fomerly with the Microwaves and Radar Institute, received a doctor's degree "Dr.-Ing." on 11 November 2009 with his thesis „Theoretische und experimentelle Untersuchungen zu einem vollpolarimetrischen, breitbandigen Mehrfrequenz-Radarsystem mit synthetischer Apertur für komplexe Szenarien“ from the Ruhr-Universitaet Bochum.
Doctor's Degree Dr.-Ing. - Matteo Nannini
Dipl.-Ing. Matteo Nannini
, Microwaves and Radar Institute, received a doctor's degree "Dr.-Ing." on 15 December 2009 from the University Karlsruhe with his dissertation about „Advanced Synthetic Aperture Radar Tomography: Processing Algorithms and Constellation Design”.
Doctor's Degree Dr.-Ing. - Michele Galletti
Dipl.-Ing. Michele Galletti
, Microwaves and Radar Institute, received a doctor's degree "Dr.-Ing." on 30 June 2009 from the Technische Universitaet Chemnitz with his dissertation about „Polarimetric Weather Radar”.
Doctor's Degree Dr.-Ing. with "summa cum laude" - Nicolas Gebert
Dipl.-Ing. Nicolas Gebert
, Microwaves and Radar Institute, received a doctor's degree "Dr.-Ing." on 04 June 2009 from the University of Karlsruhe with his dissertation „Multi-Channel Azimuth Processing for High-Resolution Wide-Swath SAR Imaging” with "summa cum laude".
Best Paper Presentation Award - Hauke Fiedler
Dr. Hauke Fiedler
, Microwaves and Radar Institute, wins the "Best Paper Presentation Award" for his presentation „Earth Observation with SAR Satellite Formations: New Techniques and Innovative Products“ with co-Authors
Dr. Gerhard Krieger
Prof. Alberto Moreira
at IAA Symposium on Small Satellites for Earth Observation 2009.
Otto Lilienthal Research Semester 2009 - Gerhard Krieger
Dr.-Ing. Gerhard Krieger
, Microwaves and Radar Institute, wins the "Otto Lilienthal Research Semester 2009" awarded by "Gesellschaft von Freunden des Deutschen Zentrums für Luft- und Raumfahrt". It is associated with a longer stay at NASA/JPL.
Best Poster Award - Eric Schreiber
Dipl.-Ing. Eric Schreiber
, Microwaves and Radar Institute, wins the "Best Poster Award" for its presentation „First Design Investigations on a Fully-Electronic Microwave Imaging Radiometer System“ at the German Microwave Conference 2009.
Professor at the Eidgenoessische Technische Hochschule (ETH) Zurich - Irena Hajnsek
04 June 2009
- Dr. Irena Hajnsek, Microwaves and Radar Institute, has been appointed Professor at the Eidgenoessische Technische Hochschule (ETH) Zurich in Zurich, Switzerland, in Department Environmental Engineering, Building and Geomatics. There, she will fill in the professorship of Remote Sensing from November 2009.
Private Lecturer at Technische Universität Berlin - Andreas Reigber
Dr. Andreas Reigber
, Microwaves and Radar Institute, has been appointed Private Lecturer at Technische Universität Berlin. He will lecture "Microwave and Radar Remote Sensing".
Honorary Professor at Ludwig-Maximilians-University (LMU) Munich - Wolfgang Keydel
28 October 2008
- Since July 2008, Dr. Wolfgang Keydel supports the Falculty of Geoscience at Ludwig-Maximilians-University (LMU) Munich in Munich, Germany, as honorary professor for microwave remote sensing.
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