Presentations (Selected)

  • Remote Sensing for Landslide Mapping: Examples, Opportunities and Challenges. Invited talk at the Department of Remote Sensing, CzechGlobe, Czech Academy of Sciences. 15.10.2019, Brno, Czech Republic.
  • Mapping and monitoring of mass movements around Öræfajökull: Examples, opportunities and challenges [Invited talk]. Hekla, Öræfajökull & Remote Sensing Conference. 05.10.2018, Reykjavik, Iceland.
  • Landslide mapping using remote sensing: examples, opportunities and challenges. Invited talk at the Department of Geography, University of Bergen. 27.09.2018, Bergen, Norway.
  • A web service for landslide mapping based on Earth Observation data. 3rd Regional Symposium on Landslides in the Adriatic-Balkan Region (ReSyLAB). 12.10.2017, Ljubljana, Slovenia.
  • Combined interpretation of optical and SAR data for landslide mapping. 3rd Regional Symposium on Landslides in the Adriatic-Balkan Region (ReSyLAB). 12.10.2017, Ljubljana, Slovenia.
  • Object-based Landslide Mapping: Examples, Challenges and Opportunities. Invited talk at Landcare Research. 13.02.2017, Palmerston North, New Zealand.
  • Mapping landslide hotspots by means of historical and recent aerial photography on North Island, New Zealand. 17th ANZGG Conference. 09.02.2017, Greytown, New Zealand.
  • Semi-automated landslide mapping from historical and recent aerial photography. 19th AGILE Conference on Geographic Information Science. 16.06.2016, Helsinki, Finland.
  • Ableitung und Bereitstellung von Hangrutschungsinformationen aus Fernerkundungsdaten. UNIGIS Studientage. 04.12.2015, Salzburg, Austria.
  • Pixel-based and object-based landslide mapping: a methodological comparison. GSA Annual Meeting 2014. 21.10.2014, Vancouver, Canada.
  • An object-based method for mapping landslides on various optical satellite imagery– transferability and applicability across spatial resolutions. RSPSoc Annual Conference. 04.09.2014, Aberystwyth, United Kingdom. 
  • Semi-automated mapping of landslide changes in Taiwan by means of object-based image analysis. 5th International Workshop of the EARSeL Special Interest Group "Geological Applications" on Remote Sensing and Geology "Surveying the GEOsphere". 19.06.2014, Warsaw, Poland.
  • Fernerkundung im Humanitären Einsatz - Analyse von Flüchtlingslagern durch Satellitenaufnahmen. Geotalk 6. 05.07.2012, Salzburg, Austria.
  • (Semi-)automated object-based landslide and debris flow identification - a case study for supporting disaster management in Taiwan. EGU General Assembly 2012. 24.04.2012, Vienna, Austria.
  • True geospatial matching for cadastre-constraint biotope mapping. RSPSoc 2011. 13.09.2011, Bournemouth, United Kingdom.
  • Land Use / Land Cover (LULC) change classification using ASTER satellite data and object-based image analysis. GISLERS Summer School. 28.06.2011, Salzburg, Austria. [with Petra Füreder]
  • An Exploratory Comparison of Metrics for Line Error Measurement. GI_Forum - Geoinformatics Forum Salzburg 2008. 02.07.2008, Salzburg, Austria.
  • Forschungsergebnisse in 3D. 3D Visualisierung von wissenschaftlichen Ergebnissen mittels virtueller Globen. GIS Day 2007. 14.11.2007, Salzburg, Austria. [with Dirk Tiede] 
  • Individual object delineation revising cadastral boundaries by means of VHSR data. SPIE Europe Remote Sensing. 19.09.2007, Florence, Italy.
  • Objekt-basierte Klassifikation relevanter urbaner Grünstrukturtypen auf höchstauflösenden Fernerkundungsdaten unter Einbeziehung des subjektiven Grüneindrucks. AGIT - Symposium für Angewandte Geographische Informationsverarbeitung 2006. 06.07.2006, Salzburg, Austria.
  • Grünanteil vs. Grüneindruck? Wie grün ist Salzburg wirklich?. Geoinformatik Kolloquium. 23.05.2006, Salzburg, Austria.
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