13th Advanced Training course on Land Remote Sensing - Snow and Glaciers, 16.-20.9.

The European Space Agency (ESA) is organising an Advanced Training Course on Land Remote Sensing with the focus on Snow and Glaciers in collaboration with the University of Innsbruck. This course is dedicated to train the next generation of Earth Observation (EO) scientists and experts, working in the domains of snow and glaciers, in using data from Copernicus Sentinels and other satellite missions for science and applications development. The course is part of the EO Science for Society element of ESA’s FutureEO programme.


  • The Advanced Training Course on Land Remote Sensing for Snow and Glaciers aims at:
  • Training the next generation of scientists and professionals in remote sensing of snow and glaciers
  • Explaining the theoretical principles, processing algorithms and data products from multiple sources including optical, thermal and microwave 
  • Stimulating the use of EO in the domains of water cycle science, water management and hazards e.g. floods

The training course preliminary programme is available HERE

For information regarding the applications and the programme, please contact eotraining@esa.int