All interested are invited.
Seminar Date: Thursday, December 7, 2023
Seminar Time: 13:30
Seminar Place: HU Dept. of EEE, Conference Hall
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Dr. İsmail Uyanık, email@example.comABSTRACT
In this talk, I will describe our studies on image chain approach for earth observation satellites, which allows us to estimate satellite image quality, before the systems are physically built and operational. The adventure of sun light starts with the fusion reaction in the core of the sun. It exits from the suns surface, transmits through earths atmosphere and is being reflected from several targets located on earths surface. After transmission through the atmosphere one more time, it reaches the spaceborne optical systems (satellite cameras). I will provide details of key operations that identify the satellite image quality such as camera design, radiometric chain, spatial chain, and image processing, and describe image quality quantification methods.BIOGRAPHY
Kamil Boratay ALICI received the B.S. and Ph.D. degrees in physics from Bilkent University, in 2004 and 2010, respectively. He held postdoctoral positions in University of Arkansas at Fayetteville, and University of Texas at Austin, from 2010 to 2013. He is currently a Chief Scientist at TUBITAK Space Technologies Research Institute. He is the author of 34 journal papers with an h-index of 20. Dr. ALICI received the Young Scientist Award of Turkish Academy of Sciences in 2021.