2018 EAGLE student | Member of the Students' Board
Magdalena Halbgewachs (23) comes from Munich where she also did her Bachelor in Geography with the minor in Land, Water and Environmental Risk Management at the Ludwig-Maximilians University/Technical University. During her bachelor studies she came in touch with remote sensing and GIS for the first time. During several internships with a focus on GPS data processing and geoanalysis in the area of broadband expansion, 3D modeling and remote sensing, she gained in-depth insights into these topics.
She chose the EAGLE Master to gain deeper insights into the possibilities of earth observation and geodata processing using GIS, especially in urban remote sensing and hazard monitoring. Magdalena really likes the familiar atmosphere and the international composition of the Master program as well as the close connection to the German Aerospace Center (DLR).
Magdalena dances and boulders in her spare time and loves to travel to new countries.
Processing of Sentinel-5P data: Creating nitrogen dioxide time series in R and ArcGIS
written by Magdalena Halbgewachs Sentinel-5P is a satellite that is operating within ESA's Copernicus program since 2017. The goal of the mission is a very dense scheduled operational monitoring of the atmosphere. Using the TROPOMI instrument on board, various...
The EAGLES on the road at DLR and in the Alps
Last week, on December 7, the latest EAGLE generation also made its way to Oberpfaffenhofen near Munich to visit DLR’s Earth Observation Center (DLR-EOC). This year there were again very exciting talks on the following topics: Optical radar remote sensing for...