19 czerwca 2018
Short 3D Laser Scanning Course
The ‚Short 3D Laser Scanning Course’ introduces the participant to the theoretical and practical knowledge of high-definition survey and the post-processing 3D modeling of measured objects. Course participants get acquainted with the:
1) theory and practice of stationary measurements using high-precision terrestrial laser scanning (TLS);
2) the principle of operation of measuring devices (by Leica 3D laser scanners);
3) the principles of performing multi-station measurements and the appropriate location of measurement stations in the field.
In the practical part, the participant will train TLS survey procedures, device operation and field work rules.
Waldemar Kociuba is Associate Professor of Geography at Maria Curie-Sklodowska University (MCSU). He served as member of Returning Committee of the Association of Polish Geomorphologist. W. Kociuba earned all of his degrees in geography: the M.S., Ph.D. and habilitation degrees from MCSU in 1993, 2002 and 2015, respectively. W. Kociuba specializes in applied physical geography, geomorphology, fluvial-geomorphology, esspecially in High-Arctic. His main research interest are effects of modern geomorphic processes on landscapes. He has studied the geomorpic effects of short-term hydro-metheorological events and fluvial processes (river natural and anthropogenic migrations) on landform stability in Poland and Svalbard. He has spent five summers conducting research on the SE Spitsbergen. Since 2010 he has been using terrestrial laser scanning (TLS) in his research. He is the author of many research articles and training/courses for MCSU students in the field of LiDAR application.