Times: Course will take place 4 hours a day, Monday through Friday. Start/End times coming soon.
Location: Online via WebEx Training
This short course will be offered in a virtual format only.
This 5-day course will cover basic & advanced InSAR theories, InSAR processing with JPL/Caltech InSAR Scientific Computing Environment (ISCE), and time-series InSAR processing with interferometric products generated by different processing centers. We will use Webex Training using a JPL license. For computing and training modules, we’ll use the Alaska Satellite Facility’s OpenSARLab. We expect to have pre-workshop training modules, and Webex based Q&A sessions.
Students should review online documentation and tutorial materials available for ISCE.
Students must apply for WInSAR data access through their university representative if they don't already have a WInSAR account. In addition, it would be helpful if participants apply for access NASA earthdata account and are able to access ALOS PALSAR and Sentinel-1 datasets via ASF.
Participants will use their own laptop computer to access virtual machines where the software will be installed, and should have Python3 installed.
Participants should be able to attend a Webinar focused on installation of pre-requisite software like ISCE, to be conducted 3-4 weeks before the short course.
Paul Rosen (JPL)
David Bekaert (JPL)
Heresh Fattahi (JPL)
Scott Baker (UNAVCO)
Gareth Funning (UC Riverside)
Piyush Agram (Descartes Labs)
Franz Meyer (University of Alaska, Fairbanks)
Please contact Donna Charlevoix, UNAVCO: donnacunavco.org.