Etiqueta: Lluís Pesquer

News

Uforest wants to train ambassadors to fill cities with trees

31 de May 2021Florencia Florido

Through the Erasmus+ Uforest project, CREAF is opening a 15-minute survey aimed at people interested in promoting change in cities and filling them with trees and urban greenery. The survey will be used to create a custom-made training program.

News

Innovating on urban forests for greener, more sustainable and resilient cities

26 de April 2021Adriana Clivillé

By 2050, 84% of Europe's population will live in urban areas and their growth can have a negative impact on the health and quality of life of people and the planet. This is the starting point of Uforest, an Erasmus+ project that aims to promote knowledge about so-called urban forests as a nature-based solution to help address these challenges.

News

Water-ForCE, a roadmap on future Copernicus water-related services and missions

9 de February 2021Adriana Clivillé

A group of specialists in remote sensing applications in the water sector and in the fields of research, engineering and political decision making define the necessary services and future missions related to water of Copernicus, the observation program of the land of the European Union and the European Space Agency. This is the main axis of the European Water-ForCE research project. At CREAF, the main researcher involved is Lluís Pesquer, as well as the researchers Ester Prat, Cristina Domingo and Joan Masó, all of them also members of the GRUMETS research group.

News

CREAF’s first international newsletter is out!

8 de September 2020Adriana Clivillé

We have published the first international CREAF's newsletter with the purpose of improving our visibility, reputation and recruitment of talent. Its common thread is ecology as a solution and it includes current events as diverse as 'la Caixa' postdoctoral scholarships with the experience of Oriol Lapiedra and the opinion of Marc Palahí, director of the European Forest Institute, about his previous work with us.

News

Smart urban solutions for more resilient cities

24 de September 2018CREAF

El CREAF participates in SMURBS project. A new project harnesses Earth observation (EO) data to improve the quality of life in urban areas.

News

MiraMon is now free to the international education community

29 de September 2017Anna Ramon Revilla

This places MiraMon among the first to offer free specific remote sensing software and is now included in the set of free online Geographic Information System (GIS) tools.

News

Are you interested in new innovations to support River Basin Management?

5 de October 2016CREAF

The WaterInnEU Marketplace will be launched soon and will be a match making hub that has been established to accelerate the market translation of products and services of specific relevance to River Basin Management.

News

WaterInnEU organizes an event on the application of standards in the water sector

22 de December 2015Marina Torres Gibert

On the 10th February 2016 the European project coordinated by CREAF WaterInnEU organize an event in the framework of the 3ª EIP on Water Conference. The event will be held in Leeuwarden (Netherlands) by Lluís Pesquer, technical of the project.

News

CREAF starts a project for the transfer of results of European R&D on water to the marketplace and to society

26 de March 2015Anna Ramon Revilla

CREAF coordinates the European project WaterInnEU, whose objective is to create a marketplace connecting results of European R&D on water with potential users. Through WaterInnEU, it is hoped that tools, protocols, and data produced by European research can be standardised, provided via open access, and that they are transferred to actors in the water management sector with decision-making power, or that they penetrate into the market in the form of products and services. 

News

Studying the effects of climate change from space enters the Big Data era

2 de October 2014Anna Ramon Revilla

A new method developed by CREAF and the Autonomous University of Barcelona allows the automatic processing of thousands of satellite images taken by Landsat without manual intervention or the need of atmospheric data. 

Follow CREAF on: