Remote sensing and GIS technologies for monitoring sustainability of mining infrastructures and environments and explorations of resources (5 ECTS)

5 ECTS credits, Academic Year 2025-2026 , -
The online course is part of EIT Raw Materials funded ADMA3 Winter-Summer school - Advanced Materials Doctoral Program with Industry. ADMA3 promotes training of PhD students in academia and industry in the EIT Raw Materials field to face challenges caused by climate change, biodiversity loss and raw materials criticality related to e.g., energy transition. The skills are needed to foster sustainable development (SD) and businesses, and to handle ethics related problem-solving in designing RM related activities. The Winter-Summer school educates timely skilled experts entering to the working life.

Enrollment period

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Mode of delivery

Web-Based Studies
Independent study

Course study period

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Price

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Enrollment

Enrollment open
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Education information

The online course provides skills for using and applying key RS techniques with geographic information systems (GIS) for monitoring sustainability of mining infrastructures and environments and explorations of resources with less in situ work. Both passive and active (e.g., SAR) sensor-based techniques and data are included together with abilities to evaluate the data quality. Students learn to use and apply key RS techniques with GIS for monitoring the sustainability of mining infrastructures and environments and explorations of resources.

Education format

Continuous learning

Semester

Academic Year 2025-2026

Field of study

Natural sciences, mathematics and statistics

Teaching language

English

Course organiser

University of Oulu

Location

online

Contact information

More information and contact information

Research Manager, Mr. Ossi Kotavaara
ossi.kotavaara@oulu.fi
+358505739124
Last updated: 1.2.2024