Flora Weissgerber

Researcher in image processing for remote sensing

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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 →

In a week of Multitemp 2015, in Annecy

My presentation will focus on the comparison between spatially estimated polarimetric entropy and temporally estimated polarimetric entropy. Indeed, long term temporal series become accessible for SAR images in full-polarimetric mode, thanks to the new lauches of satellites and to the… Continue Reading →

Paper accepted as an oral presentation at POLinSAR 2015

The paper deals with the enhancement of the resolution of polarimetric SAR imagery. Due to technical constraints on the system design, the azimuth resolution is coarser in polarimetric images than in the mono-channel acquisition of the same SAR sensor. We… Continue Reading →

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