e-sensing: big earth observation data analytics for land use and land cover change information

The e-sensing project develops new ways to extract information on land use and land cover change from big Earth Observation data sets, using open Science. Our project is building a new generation of knowledge platforms for handling big geospatial data.

The "e-sensing" project is supported by FAPESP (grant 2014/08398-6), under the "e-science" program.

For more information, please see the project overview, the project proposal, or the project presentation.

e-sensing project selects post-doc in agricultural mapping

March 2016

The e-sensing project has an open post-doc position on the area of large-scale agricultural mapping..."


Paper published in IEEE JSTARS

February 2016

We published a paper describing a new method for satellite image time series analysis in IEEE JSTARS..."


PhD thesis on forest degradation

December 2015

Taise Pinheiro defended her PhD thesis about forest degradation..."


Fellowship holders selected

December 2015

We are pleased to welcome five new members to the e-sensing team..."


Image Processing Division

National Institute for Space Research - Brazil

São Paulo Research Foundation

FAPESP Research Program in eScience