Dr Lammert Kooistra (leader), Wageningen University, Netherlands, firstname.lastname@example.org
In his role as Associate Professor, Lammert am teaching in several Geo-information Science courses and supervising on average 8 PhD students. His research interest is in the development of integrated sensing systems, combining satellite, drones and in situ sensors for monitoring applications in agriculture and environmental resource management.
Dr Helge Aasen (vice-leader), ETH Zürich, Switzerland, email@example.com
Helge Aasen is a researcher with the Crop Science Group at ETH Zurich, where he leads the Team PhenoFly (www.phenofly.net, @PhenoFly). His research focus is the development of low-altitude / high-resolution remote sensing methods suitable to understand the interaction of plants with their environment.
Dr Jean-Louis Roujean (vice-leader), CESBIO, France, firstname.lastname@example.org
Jean-Louis Roujean is a Director of Research at CNRS. His domains of interest are measuring and modeling the radiative transfer in vegetation canopies for optical and thermal ranges with emphasis on the BRDF and heterogeneity scale. He led field experiments and recently developed a method for mapping time series of surface albedo in the frame of Copernicus Global Land Service.