FOR THE POST-GRADUATE STUDENTS IN GEOMATICS
in geomatics will arrange a 1-Week
Short Course for Post-Graduate
Alternative Sensor Orientation Approaches in Photogrammetry and Remote
University of Technology, Main building, Lecture Hall M1 + computer lab
The course is
arranged in two parts: Lectures plus exercises in June and student
presentations later in Autumn.
for the 1-week short course 06.-10.06.2005
Dr.-Ing. Clive S. Fraser
University of Melbourne, Australia
technology has had a profound impact on the science and technology of
photogrammetry. This has been especially the case in two areas:
satellite imagery (HRSI), and the conduct out photogrammeric surveys
consumer-grade digital cameras. Both these innovations call, for
reasons, for sensor orientation models that constitute alternatives to
traditional photogrammetric models. The need for alternative
is driven partly by the characteristics of new HRSI sensors and
digital cameras, and partly by the desire to provide robust, flexible
highly automated product generation systems suited for use by
non-photogrammetrists. This 1-week course will cover alternative sensor
orientation in HRSI and close-range photogrammetry. It will comprise
sessions of theory as well as practical exercises in sensor orientation
utilizing specialized, state-of-the-art software systems. At the
the course the student will understand the theory and practice of
sensor orientation modeling in photogrammetry, and will have had
experience with implementation of the concepts covered.
During the short
days there will be an
opportunity to discuss and to get feedback from the lecturer and other
Later in Autumn there will be a post-graduate student
student presentations in related
these presentions must be discussed in advance, students are
encouraged to suggest their own topic.
In addition to
the post-graduate students in Geomatics the course can
be attended by the students from other departments of HUT or other
Universities who can utilize the participation in their own
post-graduate studies. The course is also suitable for further training
or education for those interested in the subject.
in the short course with exercises, 2.0 study weeks,
1.0 study week,
- and publication 2.0 study weeks.
Send the registration
form to Secretary Marika.Ahlavuo(at)hut.fi by email latest on Monday 30.05.2005. You can also
registrate by using this link.
post-graduate course as itself is free of charge, but there will be a
fee (appr. 10 Euros) for all available
lecture material copied in advance.
Later, the aim
collect the lecture material onto a CD.
the content of the post-graduate course is Professor
Henrik Haggrén (Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing) and for the
practical arrangements Senior Researcher Jussi Heikkinen.
Haggrén, Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing
3900, e-mail: henrik.haggren(at)hut.fi
Researcher Jussi Heikkinen, Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing
3897, e-mail: jussi.heikkinen(at)hut.fi