a radiative transfer model for the earth observation community
This is the home of the Eradiate project.
Eradiate aims at providing to the Earth observation community a flexible, modern, open-source 3D radiative transfer model based on the Monte Carlo ray tracing technique.
The Eradiate Workshop 2019 will take place at JRC Ispra (Italy) on Nov 26th and 27th 2019.
The general design of Eradiate is being worked on. We present a flexible interface concept. The Eradiate team also needs two additional engineers.
The European reference radiative transfer model was renamed as Eradiate. Information and news about the model are available at www.eradiate.eu. In this post, we summarise the requirements elicitation process and give a brief overview of ongoing activities.
The first issue of the User Requirements Analysis document is released! Head on to the documents section to download it. This document gathers user input from multiple brainstorming sessions and meetings, bilateral discussions and the user workshop held at Ispra on Apr 23rd-24th 2018. Do not hesitate to contact us if you want to provide us with feedback!
The new website is live! In this post, we quickly go through its purposes and the technology behind it.last update: