Aleš Marsetič, PhD

Research Fellow, BSc of Geodesy



+386 (0)1 4706 494

ales.marsetic@zrc-sazu.si




His main research interest are photogrammetric applications in satellite remote sensing. Besides photogrammetry (orthorectification, digital surface model generation) his field of work encompasses also the registration and processing of optical satellite imagery, spatial analysis and processing of laser scanning data (lidar). He has expertise in the automatization of processes involving satellite data pre-processing with innovative models that have been used, among other things, in the STORM processing chain.
He also participates in the management and data processing of the first Slovenian NEMO-HD satellite. He is responsible for the development and implementation of algorithms for radiometric and geometric pre-processing of satellite images and videos.
In addition to basic research, he successfully uses his knowledge of geodesy, in other areas of research. He has participated in five archaeological expeditions in the Mexican state of Campeche, which have been successfully led for years by prof. dr. Ivan Šprajc. In the field work, he is responsible for measurements and mapping of archaeological sites and the generation and 3-dimensional visualizations of terrain data and the architectural heritage of the Mayan civilization.
He is currently working on several projects in the field of remote sensing and GIS, with special emphasis on automatic satellite data registration processes and products generation.

ZRC SAZU silver award, 2016
First Place Award at "The 3rd Mission Idea Contest for Micro/Nano-Satellite Utilization", 2014 UNISEC Global conference, Kitakyushu, Japan
Micro-Satellite – Feasibility Study ( aplikativni • 01. february 2008 - 31. december 2011)
Centre of Excellence Space-SI ( centerodlicnosti • 18. march 2010 - 31. december 2018)
Automatic orthorectification service for very high-resolution optical satellite data ( raziskovalni • 17. june 2019 - 16. june 2020)
Automatic generation of true orthoimages from very high-resolution data ( podoktorski_raziskovalni • 01. may 2017 - 30. april 2019)
The Chactún Regional Project: Study of an Archaeological Landscape in the Central Maya Lowlands ( raziskovalni • 01. january 2016 - 31. december 2018)

BSc of Geodesy, Faculty of Civil and Geodetic Engineering, University of Ljubljana, 2005

PhD of Geodesy, Faculty of Civil and Geodetic Engineering, University of Ljubljana, 2015

Research areas
Geodesy P515
Remote sensing T181
Space technology T320

Keywords
remote sensing
satelite image rectification and processing
photogrammetry
lidar