Flora Weissgerber

Researcher in SAR image processing and modeling

2nd place, Ph.D. Award 2016 of Telecom ParisTech

The 2016 PhD graduation ceremony of Telecom ParisTech was held on the 21 April 2017. It was a great pleasure to graduate with some of my PhD friends: Sonia, so many nice memories. All my PhD supervisors also came to… Continue Reading →

Presentation of my PhD work in video

In the fall 2017, I was invited to give a presentation at the Research Day of the LTCI lab at Telecom ParisTech. It was a great occasion to meet my ex-colleagues and discover the hot topic of the other researchers…. Continue Reading →

CryoSat 2017: first CryoSat conference and first CPOM blog post

The first North American CryoSat Science Meeting was held in Banff, in the beautiful Canadian Rockies. As it was my first conference linked to my post-doc (which in on the swath processing of CryoSat-2 SARIn products), I learn a lot about the satellite, the… Continue Reading →

Mission accomplished: PhD Defense completed

First was the travel. My PhD Defense was hold on Friday the 29th of November. This was a cold but sunny day, with nearly no train or RER delays. The car-travel to Telecom ParisTech with the food for the cocktail… Continue Reading →

ODAS, sunrise at the DLR Oberpfaffenhofen

The ONERA-DLR Aerospace Symposium 2016 (ODAS) was hold in the DLR facilities in Oberpfaffenhofen. It was the occasion of great exchanges between the ONERA and DLR remote sensing team. I learned a lot on the TerraSAR-X and TanDEM-X data acquisition… Continue Reading →

EUSAR 2016 Student Award: first place

My article entitled “Resolution enhancement of polarimetric images using a high resolution mono-channel image” won the first prize of the EuSAR 2016 Student Award. The work presented in this article was the extension of the work I presented in POLinSAR… Continue Reading →

Corner reflectors on the Eiffel Tower

Corner reflectors designed for radar are targets that reflect the wave emitted by the satellite back to the antenna. The combined reflections on the 3 mirors redirect the waves in their original direction and it can be demonstrated by simple math. We can decompose… Continue Reading →

Measurement of the height of the Eiffel Tower with interferometry

SAR sensors are echo-localization systems. They measure the time between the emission of an electromagnetic pulse and its reception after that it have been backscattered by targets. This time is firstly converted in distance and then in pixels. The coordinates of… Continue Reading →

The Eiffel Tower in SAR imagery

The Eiffel Tower is an emblematic monument in Paris. I have studied it through a temporal stack of 100 images acquired by TerraSAR-X in spotlight mode (thanks to the DLR projet LAN2708). See how it looks in SAR imagery. The image… Continue Reading →

DInSAR on the Eiffel Tower for the Gretsi 2015 in Lyon

SAR Interferometry (InSAR) and SAR Differential Interferometry (DInSAR) are two well-known techniques of Synthetic Aperture Radar (SAR) image processing. SAR Interferometry measures the phase difference between 2 images acquired from slightly different points of view to obtain the height of… Continue Reading →

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