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George Boldeanu

George Boldeanu
GMV · Department of Software Engineering

Master of Science

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2 Research Items
18 Citations
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Additional affiliations
November 2018 - present
Meteo Romania
Position
  • Researcher
Description
  • Working with some fascinating and extraordinary people in the Remote Sensing and GIS Laboratory from National Meteorological Administration. My main tasks include mostly with Copernicus Sentinels data but also with MODIS, Landsat, medium and high resolution Earth Observation data from various platforms. My main occupations and interests were to develop scripts on various platforms (GEE) or in programming languages (Python, R) to help me and my collegues to visualize and process data.
November 2017 - November 2018
SC Primul Meridian SRL
Position
  • Cartographer
Description
  • Primul Meridian SRL is a romanian company active in the field of photogrammetry, land measurements and LiDAR. I worked on LAKI project (Land Administration Knowledge Improvement) that was contracted by the National Agency of Cadastre. The project involved the delivery of various products (Digital Terrain Model, Digital Surface Model, various classes and LAS datasets). Our individual work was to create those digital models and export las classes using Bentley MicroStation modelling aplications.
Education
October 2017 - June 2019
University of Bucharest
Field of study
  • Geographic Information Systems
October 2014 - June 2017
University of Bucharest
Field of study
  • Cartography

Publications

Publications (2)
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This paper will assess the sensitivity of soil moisture anomaly (SMA) obtained from the Soil water index (SWI) product Metop ASCAT, to identify drought in Romania. The SWI data were converted from relative values (%) to absolute values (m3 m−3) using the soil porosity method. The conversion results (SM) were validated using soil moisture in situ me...
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The aim of this study is to analyze the performance of the Drought Severity Index (DSI) in Romania and its validation based on other data sources (meteorological data, soil moisture content (SMC), agricultural production). Also, it is to assess the drought based on a multi-temporal analysis and trends of the DSI obtained from Terra MODIS satellite...

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