Benoît St-Onge

Professor, Université du Québec à Montréal - Montreal, Canada
Montreal, Canada
Benoît St-Onge

Will first try to limit myself to one flight per year for work purposes. That is going to mean tough choices.

I bike to work and use an electric car for longer distances. I heat my house with electricity. But I am appalled by the quantity of green house gases I generate when I fly!

I specialize in the development of 3D remote sensing methods for the analysis of forests. I focus on image and lidar data processing techniques, as well as new digital photogrammetry and InSAR approaches for mapping forest canopies in 3D. I also works on species identification using standard or multispectral lidar data, as well as photogrammetric point clouds, in natural, managed or urban environments.