Introduction to Image Processing and Data Preparation

Workshop Difficulty: 
Beginner

The main goal of this remote sensing workshop is to introduce attendees to the importance of carrying out geometric and atmospheric corrections before analyzing remotely sensed data. A complete overview of the theory behind image pre-processing will be given supplemented by on-hand exercises.

Building: 
Green Library (GL)
Room Number: 
274
Workshop Instructor: 
Evan is a Research Associate at the GIS Center. He earned two Master of Science degrees, one in GIS and the other in Environmental Studies, from Florida State University and Florida International University, respectively. Evan also holds a Bachelor of Science in Geography from FSU. His expertise is in applications of GIS and Remote Sensing to the physical environment, with emphasis on coastal geography. In addition, Evan specializes in data collection with RTK GPS and terrestrial laser scanning systems. He also has experience lecturing, teaching Environmental Science labs and GIS / Remote Sensing courses as a Teaching Assistant at the graduate and undergraduate level.
Price: $550.00