this release workshop sounds interesting. If I could I would like to
participate but I will be on vacation that week.
Am 01.03.22 um 10:07 schrieb Stefan Buehler:
I was thinking virtual participation, not someone actually traveling there.
Yves has this company rayference. They seem to manage to survive on Eu, Esa,
and Eumetsat contracts. Perhaps being a company also helps, at least with the
EU money, since it is often mandatory to have small enterprises involved.
Also, I believe that optical remote sensing of the surface is much more
commercial than what we do. Perhaps they have also money from this area.
Am 01.03.2022 um 09:55 schrieb Patrick Eriksson <patrick.eriks...@chalmers.se>:
Stefan and all,
I can not go, busy with teaching and to high overall load. From the Chalmers
side, the best candidate is Vasilis. He has developed MC code for the optical
region. He is now in Greece and has a relatively short travel. But he is
employment at Chalmers ends June 30. So would be better if someone else could
Stefan: Do you know more about how they got funding for this? Sounds as we
could promote ARTS as something similar for microwaves to IR. This looks at the
type of funding we have been lacking.
On 2022-03-01 09:43, stefan.bueh...@uni-hamburg.de wrote:
I know Yves, so this is ligit. Perhaps someone from us should participate in
the release workshop? This is perhaps similar to the 3-D Monte Carlo they do in
Munich. But open. Focused on the solar spectral range, of course.
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