University of Granada, Spain: July 1-5, 2024

After Split (2014), Thessaloniki (2015), Chania (2016), Dubrovnik (2017), Prague (2018), Bolzano (2019), Zadar (2022), and Porto (2023), SPLITRS is taking us to Granada, Spain. Once again, an intensive learning remote sensing program for professionals and graduate students will be offered at a great location where you will appreciate GRANADA’s unique charm, a city full of fascinating history and traditions, and the impressive architecture of the Alhambra, Generalife, the Nasrid Palaces, the Albaicín or Sacromonte. Granada is the capital city of the province of Granada, in Spain. Granada is located at the foot of the Sierra Nevada mountains, at the confluence of four rivers, the Darro, the Genil, the Monachil and the Beiro.

Note: Information about our US program SPLIT Geoscience organized for undergraduate students in the US could be found here: splitgeoscience.com


  • LiDAR – Hands-on course to LiDAR processing with LAStools
  • AI – Hands-on course on Artificial Intelligence
  • SAR – Basics on SAR with a practical session on preprocessing of SAR image / Multi-interferometric SAR processing techniques applied to infrastructure monitoring
  • Optical imagery – 
    • Fieldwork trip to Sierra Nevada – Demonstration of the use of drones and sensors
    • Hyperspectral data processing. Forest modeling
  • Predictive models, virtual modeling, data representation –
    • The use of predictive models for decision support from drone and satellite images. Google Earth Engine
    • Creating digital twins of agricultural scenarios from multisensory data
    • The use of interactive tools for creating labeled datasets
    • GIS and multi-source data fusion and representation

SPLITRS 2024 in University of Granada, Spain


SPLITRS is an intensive and advanced learning event, which presents best insights into most recent techniques learned from top international professors and researchers through hands-on sessions and lectures. Participants learn about different remote sensing applications using UAS (drone), LiDAR sensors, SAR, and various RS software.

To attend SPLITRS, it is not required to have comprehensive knowledge of remote sensing, but basic understanding is recommended. Participants are expected to attend and follow the whole event to receive the Certificates of Completion. SPLITRS is a non-profit school. All profits go to students in need.

University of Granada, Spain, E.T.S. of Computer and Telecommunication Engineering / E.T.S. de Ingenierías Informática y de Telecomunicación