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PhD. Topics

Institute of Informatics

Topic
Intelligent methods for multispectral data analysis
PhD. program
Informatics / Robotics and Cybernetics
Name of the supervisor
Ing. Ján Zelenka, PhD.
Contact:
Receiving school
Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Informatics, Technical Uni of Košice (FEI TUKE)
Annotation
Receiving school (another possibility):
Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Information Technology of STU in Bratislava (program: Robotics and Cybernetics)

  The topic is focussed on acquiring and processing of multispectral data from various sources (satellite, aerial images, in situ measurements). Thanks to the use of sensors in large geographic areas during long time periods, we obtain a huge amount of data eg. on agricultural crops, forests and so on. By combining this information with historical data and tacit knowledge of domain experts, it is possible to make decisions with the aim to increase yields, protect crops, reduce the use of chemicals and thus contribute to environmental sustainability. Research will also include management of information and real-time generation of recommendations. New knowledge and methods applicable to practical problems, especially in the field of intelligent agriculture, are expected.
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year 2021/2022