IAUC webinar on thermal remote sensing of urban climates

2021-08-31 in Events

The seminar will feature two thought leaders, Prof. Voogt (left) and Prof. Bechtel (right) discussing the state-of-the-art and future directions of deploying remotely-sensed data in urban climate research.

The IAUC is pleased to invite you to the 5th IAUC webinar on September 8 13:00 UTC on thermal remote sensing of urban climates will explore the growing use of thermal remote sensing in urban climate research while detailing fundamental definitions and applications of this methodology.

The seminar talks will be given by Professor Benjamin Bechtel (Ruhr-University Bochum) on “Challenges of global SUHI analysis” (~15 mins) and by Professor James Voogt (University of Western Ontario) discussing “(In)complete urban surface temperatures” (~15 mins). This is facilitated Q&A and discussions (~ 30 mins).

Use this link to register. We are looking forward to your joining this webinar and celebrating and engaging with the urban community.

Local Times

  • 06:00 08 September in Los Angeles (PDT),
  • 09:00 08 September in Toronto (EDT),
  • 10:00 08 September in São Paulo (BRT),
  • 15:00 08 September in Madrid (CEST),
  • 18:30 08 September in New Delhi (IST),
  • 21:00 08 September in Beijing (CST),
  • 23:00 08 September in Sydney (AEST).

The webinar will be recorded and shared with the community, so that people who are unavailable or in inconvenient time zones are able to follow the presentations and discussion. If you do not wish to have your questions/remarks recorded, please let us know in advance.

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