SSC Event/Workshop Information

SSC Event/Workshop Information

ACTIVITY: Kick-off briefing (Webinar) 
 
The purpose of this activity is to brief participants on the Singapore Space Challenge. The web briefing will span over 1 hour and will cover:
 
  • Registration statistics
  • Objective of the challenge
  • The scoring system
  • Workshop details
  • Submission details
  • Keydates to note
  • QnA session for participants to clarify
WORKSHOP 1: NUS CRISP Visit
The purpose of this workshop is to develop a thorough understanding amongst participants about the field of satellite remote sensing at the Centre for Remote Imaging, Sensing and Processing (CRISP).

Content Overview:

  • A visit to CRISP’s remote sensing ground station @NUS
  • An introduction to satellites at CRISP
  • Learn how CRISP receives and process remote sensing data from satellites
  • Application of Synthetic Aperture Radar (SAR) and Optical Data on real-world studies.
  • Processing and applications of very high spatial resolution imagery, hyperspectral data, and multiple polarizations SAR

For more information, visit https://crisp.nus.edu.sg/

Workshop Location: 10 Lower Kent Ridge Rd ,Blk S17, Level 2, Singapore 119076

WORKSHOP 2: NTU’s EOS Visit
The purpose of this workshop is for participants to learn more about geohazards in the Asia Pacific and how to leverage acquired scientific knowledge to face them. The Earth Observatory of Singapore (EOS) is the lead facility in the research on regional geohazards.

Content Overview:

  • A visit to Earth Observatory of Singapore @NTU
  • Learn about the different types of geohazards that confront S.E.A
  • The application of geo-technologies and data processing in different research areas such as Tectonics, Volcano, Climate, Hazards Risks and Society and Art+Media

For more information, visit https://www.earthobservatory.sg/

WORKSHOP 3: NEA Meteorological Service Singapore
The purpose of this workshop is to learn and explore weather and climate research. NEA’s Meteorological Service Singapore (MSS) is responsible for observing and understanding the weather and climate affecting Singapore.

Content Overview:

  • A visit to Meteorological Service Singapore (MSS)
  • Explore topics and information on weather and climates
  • Learn how climate and weather is observed using ground-based and satellite technology; e.g Meteorological Radar, Meteorological satellites, weather remote sensing, satellite imaging etc.
  • Pick up analytics skills such as assessment of risk and impact of natural environmental hazards

For more information, visit http://www.weather.gov.sg/home/

ACTIVITY: Mentor Session
The purpose of this activity is to introduce the mentors to the participants. Participants will have a sit-in session with the mentors to discuss research questions, idea, concepts and written protocols.
 
  • Understanding operational research
  • Learning to ask the right research question
  • Talk to relevant industry experts
  • Explore new opportunities
  • Get inspired

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