Philip Marzahn

Professor für Geodäsie und Geoinformatik

Since 01.07.2021 Philip Marzahn is a full professor for Geodesy and Geoinformatics at the Faculty of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences. He received is MS degree from the Christian-Albrechts University of Kiel, Germany, where he studied Geography with minors in Soil Science, Hydrology and Landscape Ecology from 2001 to 2007. He received is PhD from LMU Munich, Faculty of Geosciences in 2013 and his Venia Legendi in Geography (Habilitation) in 2020 from LMU as well.
His research interests include the retrieval of bio- and geophysical parameters from multi-dimensional remote sensing data through data assimilation techniques as well as the uncertainty assessment of such variables. He also focuses on land surface modelling and the combination of remote sensing data and land surface process models in digital twin environments. He is and was (co-)PI of several national and international projects such as ESA Sentinel-Synergy-Study (S^3), EU Horizon 2020 Multiply, BMWI Dikes under Pressure, BMWI Sustainable Gas. He is a reviewer of several international journals.

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