Thursday, March 9, 2017

Indonesia: Internship in Remote Sensing of Geothermal Resources through Dutch University

Internship opportunity in Multi-Sensor Remote Sensing for Geothermal Exploration in Indonesia (GEOCAP)

Courtesy ITC
The department of Earth System Analysis (ITC) of the University of Twente, in Enschede, Netherlands, is offering an internship opportunity under its Geothermal Capacity Building Program (GEOCAP) in Indonesia.

As part one of the work packages in innovative techniques, ITC is leading a remote sensing imaging campaign. The goal of the survey is to acquire airborne remote sensing datasets for part of Flores (and possibly Sumatra) island for further research into geothermal potential assessment. Currently a combined LiDAR and a surface temperature survey is envisaged which will have to be organised in priority areas that are based on a preliminary, multi-sensor remote sensing data interpretation.