Spring school on Statistical analysis of hyperspectral and high-dimensional remote-sensing data

January 5, 2017
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We are happy to announce the MSCJ-LIFE spring school on Statistical analysis of hyperspectral and high-dimensional remote-sensing data. The spring school will take place in Jena (Germany) at the GIScience department of the Friedrich-Schiller University on March 13-17 2017. We invite participants from a wide range of disciplines interested in high-dimensional (geo-)data manipulation, viszualization and analysis mainly using R. International experts will provide a mixture of theory and hands-on sessions. Here you can find more information about the training school as well as the program. The deadline for applicants is January 31st 2017 (late applications accepted if places remain). Please apply through this link. We would be grateful if you distributed this information to all people potentially interested in this spring school, and are looking forward to welcoming you in Jena this spring!

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