Michael Vohland

Michael Vohland

Professor for Geoinformatics and Remote Sensing

Leipzig University

Interests

  • Remote sensing (hyper- and multispectral, thermal), portable vis-NIR and FTIR spectroscopy
  • Soil imaging and non-imaging spectroscopy, digital soil mapping
  • Machine learning, multivariate tools and methods for remote and proximal sensing data analysis
  • Remote sensing of vegetation (e.g. forests and grassland dynamics)
  • Coupling of remote sensing with hydrological simulation models

Education

  • Full professor, 2012

    Leipzig University (Institute for Geography)

  • Deputy of offered professorship for "Geography with a main focus on Geoinformatics and Remote Sensing", 2011 - 2012

    Leipzig University (Institute for Geography)

  • Apl. professor, 2010

    Trier University, Faculty of Geography/Geosciences

  • Akademischer Rat (Senior researcher), 2009 - 2011

    Trier University, Faculty of Geography/Geosciences, Remote Sensing Department

  • Junior professor (Remote Sensing and Geoinformatics), 2003 - 2009

    Trier University, Faculty of Geography/Geosciences

  • PhD degree (Dr. rer. nat.), 2002

    Trier University, Faculty of Geography/Geosciences

  • advisory profession as own business, 2001 - 2003

    out of university

  • Project staff, 1997 - 2001

    Trier University, Faculty of Geography/Geosciences, Remote Sensing Department

  • Diploma in Physical Geography (minor subjects: Geobotany, Remote Sensing), 1997

    Trier University, Faculty of Geography/Geosciences

Publications (47)