Dr. Daniel Spengler
Function and Responsibilities:
Leader of the working group "Technology transfer for remote sensing"
Management of the GFZ Helmholtz Innovation Lab - FERN.Lab
Coordination of the JECAM test site TERENO/DEMMIN
- Hyperspectral data analysis
- Vegetation analysis, phenology studies
- Applied remote sensing vegetation and soil
- Synergetic analysis of optical, thermal and microwave data
Career:I studied geography at the Martin-Luther University Halle Wittenberg and received my doctorate at the Technical University Berlin in 2013. Since 2007 I have been working as a scientist at the GFZ in the section Remote Sensing and Geoinformatics. My research interests focus on VIS/NIR/SWIR/TIR and SAR data analysis for agriculture as well as spatial and spectral modelling of reflection signals.
Furthermore, I coordinate overall and subprojects of various national and international research projects. Since 2016 I am also GFZ coordinator of the JECAM test area DEMMIN and thus co-responsible for the strategic development of the site.
Since January 2020 I am head of the GFZ Helmholtz Innovation Lab - FERN.Lab, which is a technology and transfer platform for innovative methods developed at Department 1.
Education:10/2006 Diploma Degree of Geography at Martin-Luther University Halle-Wittenberg
12/2013 Ph.D. Degree of Geography at Technical University Berlin
- FERN.Lab (2020 -)
- TERENO (2011 - )
- ERA Planet - GEOEssential (2017 - 2020)
- HYPERNETS (2018-2022)
- JECAM (2016 - )
Research Boards and Committees:JECAM
Competence Network for Digitisation in Agriculture