Copernicus Master in Digital Earth – GeoData Science track

The OBELIX team is involved in a new Erasmus Mundus Joint Master Degree (EMJMD) entitled Copernicus Master in Digital Earth (see website). More precisely, the team is in charge of the GeoData Science track that is offered to the students for the second year. The alternative GeoCommunication & GeoVisualization track is hosted by Palacky University Olomouc (Czech Republic), while the first year is taking place at University of Salzburg (Austria).

The two year full-time integrated programme aims at qualifying individuals to lead initiatives, projects and institutions translating Copernicus data (remote sensing and in-situ) into information for management decisions within a broader Digital Earth vision. For more details, the primary source of information is the official Copernicus Master in Digital Earth website. Additional information specific to the GeoData Science track is given here.


Call for Applications (intake 2): the EMJMD Copernicus Master in Digital Earth is seeking for excellent international profiles. Intake 2 deadline: January 15, 2020 (intake 2 will start in September 2020). GeoData Science track hosted by the OBELIX team specifically focuses on artificial intelligence (including deep learning), computer vision, big data, advanced remote sensing, and data visualization and interaction. Shall you be interested, please consult the official website.

Guest Lecturers: we are seeking for highly-qualified teachers who can serve as guest lecturers in the GeoData Science track. Through the open call for guest lecturers, we can provide financial support (travel, accommodation, daily allowance) for visits/stays of one week (typical duration) to one month. It will also gives you the opportunity to meet our research group and engage into joint works with us!
Shall you be interested, please consult the official information and do not hesitate to contact us!


For any questions specifically related to the GeoData Science track, please feel free to contact us.

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