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Johannes Rosentreter


Remote Sensing and Geoinformatics

Former Research Assistant

  • Since 11/2014: Freie Universität Berlin, Institute of Geographical Sciences, Working Group Remote Sensing and Geoinformatics, Research Assistant
  • 10/2008 - 10/2014: Friedrich-Schiller-Universität Jena, Institute for Geoinformatics Jena, Department for Earth Observation
    • Master thesis: Comparison of settlement density metrics (SDMs) as potential indicators of the surface urban heat island(SUHI) in three German cities.
    • Bachelor thesis: Accuracy assessment of global burnt area products with high resolution optical Landsat data in Russia, Yakutsk.
Journal articles (peer reviewed):

Rosentreter, J.; Hagensieker, R.; Okujeni, A.; Roscher, R.; Wagner, P. D. & Waske, B. (2017): 'Sub-pixel mapping of urban areas using EnMAP data and multioutput support vector regression', Journal of Selected Topics in Applied Earth Observation and Remote Sensing

Book chapters:

Berger, C., Riedel, F., Rosentreter, J., Stein, E., Hese, S. & Schmullius, C. (2015): 'Fusion of airborne hyperspectral and LiDAR remote sensing data to study the thermal characteristics of urban environments', In: Helbich, M., J. Arsanjani & M. Leitner (Eds.): Computational Approaches for Urban Environments. Geotechnologies and the Environment. Heidelberg, Germany: Springer

Conferences and Proceedings (peer reviewed):

Rosentreter, J., Hagensieker, R., Okujeni, A., Roscher, R., Wagner, P.D. & Waske, B. (2016), 'Sub-Pixel Mapping of Urban Surfaces Using EnMAP Data and Machine Learning Algorithms, ESA Living Planet Symposium,
Prague, Czech Republic

Rosentreter, J. & Waske, B. (2015), 'Sub-pixel mapping of urban surfaces using EnMAP data', IGARSS 2016, Milano, Italy