Sebastian Różycki


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I am an Assistant Professor in Faculty of Geodesy and Cartography at Warsaw University and Technology. I'm responsible for lectures and laboratories in the field of photointerpretation (visual methods and computer-assisted thematic interpretation of aerial and satellite images), digital processing of satellite images, Remote Sensing applications, designing and development of Geographic Information Systems, spatial analysis and modelling spatial phenomena. My scientific specialisation focuses on Remote Sensing applications for development of Geographic Information Systems, methods of very high resolution satellite data processing and interpretation (IKONOS, Quick-Bird, GeoEye, WorldView, Pleiades), methods of designing and development of Geographic Information Systems for local and regional governments, methods of spatial analyses and modelling. Since 2013 I was using historical and current aerial photographs, laser scanning data and cartographic materials to search for mass graves. I was co-operates, among others, with the Museum of Struggle and Martyrdom in Treblinka and Institute of National Remembrance in research project "Search for unknown burial places of victims of the Communist terror in the years 1944-1956”. In 2015 I have completed PhD thesis entitled: An analysis of initial data impact on the accuracy of block adjustment of very high resolution satellite imagery. I'm the author and the co-author of 55 publications, consisting of sections in monographs, reviewed papers, conference proceedings and publications of sectoral magazines. I was participated in more than 10 Polish and foreign research projects