We focus on the development, validation and application of geophysical remote sensing techniques, with special attention to the Earth surface - atmosphere interface. Our research fields are
- Satellite-based remote sensing of land and water surface temperatures, and validation thereof at European and African sites.
- Remote sensing of low-cloud and fog properties and distribution, including process studies.
- Analysis of aerosol patterns and aerosol-cloud interactions based on remote sensing data.
2018-03-06: Hendrik Andersen received the triennial Climate Award ("Klimapreis") of the Reinhard Süring Foundation, in the context of the conference dinner of the 11th Deutsche Klimatagung (German Climate Symposium). The award honors his research into the role of clouds in the global climate system using satellite data.
2018-02-08: Submissions accepted for Special Issue on "Applications of Land Surface Temperature and its Combination with other Satellite Land Products" in the journal "Remote Sensing", organized by Frank Göttsche, Isabel Trigo (IPMA) and Benjamin Bechtel (U Hamburg), http://www.mdpi.com/journal/remotesensing/special_issues/Land_Surface_Temperature
2018-01-15: Submissions accepted for Special Issue on "Remote Sensing of Low-Level Liquid Water Clouds and Fog“ in the journal "Remote Sensing", organized by Jan Cermak and Martial Haeffelin (CNRS), http://www.mdpi.com/journal/remotesensing/special_issues/fogstratus_rs
2017-11-27: 10th anniversary of „Remote Sensing of Clouds and Aerosols“ session at EGU 2018: http://meetingorganizer.copernicus.org/EGU2018/session/26353
2017-10-24: Hendrik Andersen successfully defended his PhD thesis. Congratulations!
2017-10-09: The field campaign of the Namib Fog Life Cycle Analysis (NaFoLiCA) project was completed successfully. More info.
2017-09-25: Saverio T. Nilo from the National Research Council of Italy is visiting us for three months. Welcome!