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Luxembourg Earth Observation Day (LEO DAY) 2024

Luxembourg Institute of Science and Technology
Hotel Parc Alvisse
120, route d’Echternach
L-1453 Luxembourg
08h30 - 17h35
Inscription obligatoire

Luxembourg Institute of Science and Technology

+352 275 888 1

The Luxembourg Earth Observation Day (LEO DAY) is collaborative conference set against the backdrop of a Nation renowned for its pioneering spirit in the aerospace sector.

This event stands for exploration of cutting-edge advancements in Earth observation, with a focus on Digital Twins, Artificial Intelligence, cloud computing and the transformative impact these technologies bring in reshaping our approach to Earth observation. The objective is to create a forum where leaders, researchers, practitioners, and space enthusiasts converge to present and discuss recent breakthroughs in the field Earth observation.

The spotlight will be on Luxembourg's and the Greater Region's distinctive contributions, particularly in new applications of remote sensing data in the humanitarian aid and defence sectors. Throughout the day, the mysteries behind Digital Twin will be unravelled by exploring applications and their synergies with Artificial Intelligence to unveil new dimensions of data analysis and interpretation.

"Highlight on Luxembourg space companies", whose advanced endeavours have elevated the country's profile in the global space community and driven innovation in Earth observation.

What can you expect?

  • Insights into groundbreaking projects, technologies, and contributions from sate of the art companies
  • Keynote lectures from international experts
  • Research and Insights showcased by Luxembourg and Greater Region PhD students and early career scientist.

A session, will be held simultaneously with the conference granting the "Best Poster".

The LEO Day will be preceeded by a 3 days summer school: More details

Enjoy a day of exploration, knowledge exchange, and networking.

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