RSLAB - Remote Sensing Research Group
The Remote Sensing Research Group is organized in two lines, Active Remote Sensing and Passive Remote Sensing, each with their own staff and resources.
- SAR processing
- SAR Interferometry
- SAR Polarimetry
- Synthetic aperture radiometry
- Interferometric radiometry
- Polarimetric radiometry
- Elastic/Raman/Doppler Lidar (laser radar) remote sensing
- Lidar processing and inversion
- Lidar instrument design
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Open AccessThe scattering of GNSS signals over a water surface is studied when the receiver is at a low height, as in GNSS-R coastal altimetry. The precise determination of the local sea level and wave state from the coast will provide ...
Restricted access - publisher's policyThe estimation of atmospheric boundary layer height (ABLH) during a full diurnal cycle using ground-based remote sensing instruments is one of the key challenges in atmospheric science. Most of these instruments such as ...
Design and implementation of multi-spectral remote sensing capabilities in the U.P.C. lidar system (2010)
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Retrieval of boundary layer height from lidar using extended Kalman filter approach, classic methods, and backtrajectory cluster analysis (International Society for Photo-Optical Instrumentation Engineers (SPIE), 2014)
Restricted access - publisher's policyThis contribution evaluates an approach using an extended Kalman filter (EKF) to estimate the planetary boundary layer height (PBLH) from lidar measurements obtained in the framework of the European Aerosol Research LIdar ...
Inter-comparison of lidar methods for obtaining planetary boundary-layer height from a July 2012 monitoring campaign over the Iberian Peninsula in the framework of EARLINET (2013)
Open AccessThe depth of the planetary boundary-layer (PBL) is defined as the height of the inversion level separating the free troposphere (FT) from the boundary-layer (Stull, 1988). Reliable representation of PBL height is important ...
KIC InnoEnergy Project Neptune: development of a floating LiDAR buoy for wind, wave and current measurements (2012)
Open AccessThe KIC-InnoEnergy project “NEPTUNE” develops a floating Lidar buoy and a hindcast- and forecast model for wind- wave- and current measurements of offshore wind farms. In this paper just the lidar buoy is presented and ...
(Universitat Politècnica de València, 2013)
Restricted access - publisher's policyRange-resolved lidar systems, principally the elastic ones, have been used in a number of studies for pesticide spray drift monitoring in both aerial and ground spray treatments (Gregorio et al., 2011). In most cases, lidar ...
(Universidade de Évora, 2013)
Open AccessThe ChArMEx (Chemistry-Aerosol Mediterranean Experiment) project is a French initiative aiming at developing and coordinating regional research actions for a scientific assessment of the present and future state of the ...