Two days workshop "Best Practises in Virtual Geology" plus one day of lectures and discussions on current SfM-related research in Earth observation, Geography and Geology.
Structure-from-Motion (SfM) has become a widely used method to reconstruct three-dimensional models from a variety of image sources - in Earth Sciences and beyond. Although the methods used in an SfM workflow are well-established, we see rapid developments of the method as well as many new applications. The Spring School "SfM in Earth sciences" from 21-23 March, 2022, will address these new developments. It offers a platform for exchange for professionals and researchers.
SFM WORKSHOP 21-22 MARCH
PC Pool 1100, Carl-Zeiss-Straße 3, Jena
The Spring School offers a two-day workshop, run by Marko Vrabec from the University of Ljubljana. The workshop will focus on best practices for the SfM workflow with Agisoft Metashape. There will be plenty of space for questions from beginners and more advanced users alike. However, basic knowledge of the software is required.
CONFERENCE DAY 23 MARCH
HS 4, Carl-Zeiss-Straße 3, Jena & online
The conference day offers insight into cutting-edge research on the SfM method and into a wide range of applications. We are proud to have collected a set of interesting talks on a variety of topics, and there will be time for detailed discussion.
Programmepdf, 2 mb
The Spring School will be held in English and is free to attend. However, the number of participants is limited to 12 for the workshop 21-22 March and to 25 for the conference day 23 March. The Spring School is designed for advanced SfM users, such as PhD students, PostDocs, Researchers, and advanced Master students. The workshop will be organized as an in-person event. The conference day will be in an hybrid format (in presence and online video conference). Coronavirus regulations by the federal state of Thuringia and FSU Jena apply.
Registration Link: https://www.geographie.uni-jena.de/en/sfmspringschool-22-register
Please indicate whether you intend to participate in the conference session 23.3. in person or online and / or the workshop 21./22.3. (limited to 12 participants, in person only).