Jan (Honza) Komarek, David Moravec and Katerina Gdulova are lecturers at the Faculty of Environmental Sciences, CULS, in Prague and members of the Spatial Science in Ecology and Environment (SSEE) Research Group. Their expertise and experience is in both GIS and remote sensing, and UAS related research in particular.
Honza Komarek is a certified UAS pilot and a head of the UAS pilots group in the department. He leads Remote sensing with UAS course for master degree students. His research interests are the development of algorithms for UAS data processing and UAS/satellite data quality in environmental modelling. He is currently involved in the project related to mapping 3D physiographic diversity of post-mining sites using LiDAR and UAS borne multispectral data.
Katerina Gdulova is the leading lecturer of the GIS and advanced courses for graduate students with the focus on data management and spatial field mapping. She is the lead of the SSEE research group for field work, and she is an expert for software tools related to GNSS and tablets with on-line/of-line mapping software.
David Moravec is a remote sensing lecturer. He uses satellite remote sensing in various environmental studies from thermal aspects of agriculture to land abandonment in Mediterranean mountains. In his most recent project, he collaborates with the Department of Science on Università Degli Studi Roma Tre where he is involved in the research related to the monitoring of costal dune ecosystems using UAS.