GRASP-ACE Summer School was organised by the University of Granada together with CNRS, the University of Lille, GRASP SAS and InDust in the framework of GRASP-ACE project that is financed by the European Commission as a part of Horizon 2020 Program. It took place in Granada, Spain from 27 to 31 of May 2019. 44 students and world-recognized teachers from France, Spain, USA, Germany and Russia have participated in the Summer School and shared their experience in Granada.
GRASP (Generalized Retrieval of Atmosphere and Surface Properties) is the first unified algorithm to be developed for characterizing atmospheric properties gathered from a variety of remote sensing observations.
The materials of Summer school (presentations, exercises for hands-on and also photos) are publicly available here. We also recommend you to check out the Products and Documentation sections of GRASP-OPEN website to learn more about the algorithm and its applications. You are also invited to discover the science behind GRASP algorithm by reading the scientific publications.