Nowadays, Remote Sensing (RS) technology is widely used in various fields such as: Environmental Studies, Thematic map, water resource management etc. Interested Information such as: the urban area, vegetation, water and bare soil etc. will be extracted from remotely sensed images by using Digital Image Processing. Satellite data has been successfully used since the 1970's. The principal applications have been for weather prediction, to monitor global environment conditions, and geographical and geological applications.
Climate changes and population growth cause increasing pressure around the world's highlands. Especially, change detection methods with high-resolution satellite imagery are very useful for the missions of inspecting on the earth such as environmental monitoring, circumstantial analysis of disaster damage, inspection of illegal buildings, the military use and so on, which cannot be achieved by low- or middle-resolution satellite imagery.
The goal of this research is detecting the environmental changes from satellite image that could affect the globe in the future conditions like pollution, global climate change, natural resource management, urban growth, and much more and trend across large geographic areas from a subset of a Landsat Thematic Mapper (TM) multispectral image to use in GIS.
This research work also aims to present a review of recent image registration methods for detecting the environmental changes. The reviewed approaches are classified according to their nature (area based and feature-based) and according to four basic steps of image registration procedure: feature detection, feature matching, mapping function design, and image transformation and resampling. The intended result is to detect the damage area and to recover the lost data after the Tsunami effect from the satellite image by using image registration method.
In Collaboration with University of Computer Studies, Yangon and Myanmar Computer Professionals Association (MCPA) will be held the 9th MCPA Day on 4th March, 2020 at 9:30 am.
Research Showcase, and Discussion for possible research collaboration with foreign universities.
The academic year 2019-2020 mid term examination will be held according to the time table in the University of Computer Studies, Yangon.
The 23nd Conference of Oriental COCOSDA will be hosted by the University of Computer Studies, Yangon (UCSY). With the Myanmar hosting Oriental COCOSDA for the first time, we turn a new leaf to continually help boost the research and development in the field of speech technology and for further enthusiasm towards speech technology in East and Southeast Asia.
Myanmar Universities’ Research Conference (2020) will be an online event via zoom application on 25-27 June 2020. (Detailed program will be announced later).
The National Journal of Parallel and Soft Computing will be published in University of Computer Studies, Yangon on 2020.
13th International Conference on Project Management, Yangon, Myanmar, 12 November - 16 November, 2019