PhD in Remote Sensing of Plant Pathogens, 2019
Macquarie University, Sydney, Australia
MSc in Plant Biology, 2014
Universität Hamburg, Hamburg, Germany
BSc in Bioengineering, 2012
HAW Hamburg, Hamburg, Germany
Technical Assistant Biology, Bückeburg, Germany, 2006
Schulen Dr. Kurt Blindow
Developing a proof-of-concept for virus yellows detection using hyperspectral close-range and multispectral UAV sensors.
Developing a proof-of-concept for myrtle rust (Austropuccinia psidii) detection withing the scope of my PhD thesis.
Epidermal structures (ES) of leaves are known to affect the functional properties and spectral responses. Spectral studies focused …
Effective collaboration for generating solutions to complex theoretical or applied problems depends on an individual’s willingness to interact and share knowledge. These traits are especially important when problems are unlikely to be solved within the conceptual framework of a single discipline. The application of remote sensing methods in plant pathology is a good example of such an interdisciplinary approach. In this letter we highlight some barriers that may hamper collaboration between scientists of these two domains and discuss mutually beneficial solutions. While we acknowledge that these barriers and subsequent solutions are likely well known, we hope that identifying them here will start discussion and expedite solutions.