More than 80 participants had the opportunity to delve into the EIFFEL project at the info-day on the European Union's Earth Observation Programme "Copernicus".
In EIFFEL, IHE Delft Institute will primarily contribute in designing, developing and testing modelling and decision support applications for water and land management, with specific focus on a drought-prone area downstream of the Aa or Weerijs catchments in the Netherlands.
Our first official YouTube video is launched! Join the journey of 19 partners from 8 European countries with one goal and destination, tackle #ClimateChange
EIFFEL partner Universitat Politècnica de València (UPV) will contribute to the project by exploiting GEOSS data potential, the biggest observation system on Earth, in order to tackle climate change.
On 6th of October, at Serafio City of Athens, our EIFFEL partner LIBRA, during its 2nd Training Workshop, presented at almost 30 attendees, the ΕIFFEL project and the company’s key role in it.
Our partner Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona presented, at the EuroGEO Workshop 2021, EIFFEL's intention to develop a knowledge extension for the geospatial user feedback.
EIFFEL project is introduced through the MacaroNight on the 24th of September, 2021.
Our EIFFEL partners LIBRA & NOA will participate in the 85th Thessaloniki International Fair | 15th – 19th September, 2021
The EIFFEL team is poised to be a game-changer in earth observation applications for climate change adaptation and mitigation.
Navigate our new website and find out all about the new H2020 project EIFFEL
The effects of atmospheric aerosols, clouds, and dust on solar radiation that reaches the Earth’s surface has received great attention as changes in the amount of solar radiation have a profound implication on the surface radiation budget and the hydrological cycle.