Johannes Löw

Johannes Löw

2016 EAGLE Student |Former Member of the Students' Board & the Student's Representation | Alumni

Johannes Löw was enrolled in the EAGLE program from 2016 to 2019 and graduated with a Master’s degree in Earth observation and geoanalysis. For the first two semesters, he worked as a part-time research assistant at the Department of Remote sensing. As one of his primary interests encompasses Earth observation for agricultural purposes, he did a six-week internship at the WASCAL competence center in Ouagadougou, Burkina Faso. During this internship, he researched the potential of combined Sentinel-1 and Sentinel-2 imagery for crop classification in a sub-Saharan region. His innovation laboratory was accomplished in cooperation with the University of Halle in the context of JECAM and GLAM. There, he developed a tool, which spatially interpolates station data provided by the environmental monitoring network DEMMIN and visualizes the interpolated results. In his Master thesis “Interferometric and polarimetric signatures of agricultural crops using multi-temporal dual-polarimetric Sentinel-1 imagery: a case study in north-eastern Germany”, Johannes investigated the potential of various SAR-features to detect and monitor phenological development in cultivated areas.

Additionally, Johannes was part of Students’ board. In this capacity, he was involved in the planning of trips to German Aerospace Center (DLR) at Oberpfaffenhofen, the KIT-campus at Garmisch-Partenkirchen and the DGPF conference at Würzburg. Moreover, he was responsible for coordinating students’ feedback to further improve the study program. Furthermore, he took part in the organization of first EAGLE Summer dialogue.

Before entering the EAGLE program, he studied Geography (B.Sc. Emphasis on Anthropogenic geography and Remote sensing) at the University of Würzburg. His Bachelor thesis covered time series analysis of the CCI soil moisture product across irrigation systems located in Central Asia.


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