Team

The Swiss Data Cube is jointly developed & managed by a team from the GRID-Geneva and the University of Geneva.

The Swiss Data Cube is a collaborative effort together with the Swiss Federal Institute for Forest, Snow and Landscape Research (WSL)/Land Change Science – Remote Sensing (WSL) and the University of Zurich, Department of Geography, Remote Sensing Laboratories (RSL).

Pascal Peduzzi

SDC Institutional Coordinator
University of Geneva/GRID-Geneva

Karin Allenbach

Data analysis
University of Geneva/GRID-Geneva

Jean-Philippe Richard

IT Infrastructure
University of Geneva/GRID-Geneva

Hy Dao

Scientific Advisor
University of Geneva/GRID-Geneva

Gregory Giuliani

SDC Project leader
University of Geneva/GRID-Geneva Homepage

Denisa Rodila

High-Performance Computing specialist
University of Geneva/GRID-Geneva

Christian Ginzler

Team Leader - Land Change Science Remote Sensing
Swiss Federal Institute for Forest,Snow and Landscape Research (WSL) Homepage

Charlotte Steinmeier

Technical staff member - Land Change Science Remote Sensing
Swiss Federal Institute for Forest,Snow and Landscape Research (WSL) Homepage

Charlotte Poussin

PhD student
Assessing and monitoring the impacts of climate change in Switzerland using time series analyses in the Swiss Data Cube.

Bruno Chatenoux

Data pre-processing
University of Geneva/GRID-Geneva

Andrea De Bono

Data ingestion & visualisation
University of Geneva/GRID-Geneva

Achilleas Psomas

Technical staff member - Land Change Science Remote Sensing
Swiss Federal Institute for Forest,Snow and Landscape Research (WSL) Homepage
Collaborations
Students

Students from the University of Geneva are already using the first version of the Swiss Data Cube in their research.

  • Loris Courvoisier (UNIGE), Certificate of Geomatics, 2018
  • Coralie Pittard (UNIGE), Master in Environmental Sciences, 2018
  • Charlotte Poussin (UNIGE), BNF, 2018
  • Roberto Castello (CERN), CAS – Geomatics for a Sustainable Environment, 2017
  • Lorenzo Frau (UNIGE), Certificate of Geomatics, 2017
  • Erica Honeck (UNIGE), Certificate of Geomatics, 2017
  • Laetitia Brossin (UNIGE), Certificate of Geomatics, 2017