A programme for students aged 15 – 19

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A programme for

students aged 15 – 19

Why Space Data?

Big data has been a buzzword for over a decade, shaping jobs of the future. But now, a new game-changer has emerged: Space data is the next big data revolution.

To prepare our youths to be ahead of the curve, Space Faculty, in collaboration with OSTIn and the Centre for Remote Imaging, Sensing and Processing (CRISP) at NUS have developed the Space Data Series. The programme provides students with an immersive experience of using Space data like satellite imagery to create wide-ranging applications that cover environmental study, land use analysis and landscape monitoring to name a few.

This will help students be part of the emerging Space data-as-a-service sector, an evolution of the data-as-a-service industry segment.

Why
Space Data?

Big data has been a buzzword for over a decade, shaping jobs of the future. But now, a new game-changer has emerged: Space data is the next big data revolution.

To prepare our youths to be ahead of the curve, Space Faculty, in collaboration with OSTIn and the Centre for Remote Imaging, Sensing and Processing (CRISP) at NUS have developed the Space Data Series. The programme provides students with an immersive experience of using Space data like satellite imagery to create wide-ranging applications that cover environmental study, land use analysis and landscape monitoring to name a few.

This will help students be part of the emerging Space data-as-a-service sector, an evolution of the data-as-a-service industry segment.

Discover the World from Above

Discover the World
from Above

○ Gain a competitive edge in the growing field of remote sensing and environmental monitoring.

○ Explore diverse topics such as atmospheric, aquatic, and terrestrial monitoring.

○ Develop practical skills in advanced applications like Google Earth Engine and Synthetic Aperture Radar (SAR).

Course Availability

*27 Nov – 1 Dec 2023 Workshop Details:

Venue: NUS Community Co-Innovation Hub (Co-iHub) NUS CDE, EA-04-04 to EA-04-06

Reporting Time: 8:30 am – 9:00am 

Time: 9:00am – 5.00pm daily

Dress Code: Casual (No shorts and slippers)

Lunch will be provided on Days 3 and 5 (29 Nov and 1 Dec 2023). 

Students will receive a link to the course resources at their registered email addresses before the workshop.

0830 – 0900: Registration 

0900 – 1000: Opening Ceremony + Briefing for Google Earth Engine: Hands on Experience 

1030 – 1230: S2S Site Visit 

1230 – 1330: Lunch 

1330 – 1500: Lecture 1 (Introduction to Remote Sensing by Dr LIEW Soo Chin)

1500 – 1530: Break 

1530 – 1700: Lecture 2 (Monitoring the atmospheric environment II by Dr Santo V. SALINAS CORTIJO and Dr Fernando SANTOS)

0900 – 1030: Lecture 3 (Monitoring the aquatic environment by Dr Rakesh Kumar SINGH)

1030 – 1100: Break

1100 – 1230: Lecture 4 (Monitoring the terrestrial environment by Lecturer: Mr CHIA Aik Song) 

1230 – 1330: Lunch  

1330 – 1500: Lecture 5 (Introduction and Applications of Synthetic Aperture Radar (SAR) by Dr LEE Ken Yoong) 

1500 – 1530: Break

1530 – 1700: Lecture 6 (Introduction to Machine Learning in Remote Sensing by Dr HOU Chenguang) 

0900 – 1200: Introduction to Google Earth Engine by Ms TAN Li Ming

1200 – 1300: Catered Lunch

1300 – 1400: Presentation by Dr James Kah

1400 – 1700: Google Earth Engine: Hands-on Experience

0900 – 1700: Google Earth Engine Hands-on Experience by participants (with lunch and breaks in-between)

0900 – 1130: Participants’ presentation of Google Earth Engine Hands-on Experience 

1130 – 1230: Catered Lunch

1230 – 1500: Participants’ presentation of Google Earth Engine Hands-on Experience 

1500 – 1600: Judging/Break

1600 – 1630: Prize Giving Ceremony and Closing Speech 

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