• 23-27 May 2022

Every three years, the Living Planet Symposium prove to be the biggest event about Earth Observation in the world, reflecting the growing importance and interest in “taking the pulse of our planet from space”. As our planet is subject to the consequences of climate change and natural environments suffer from the demands of modern life, it has never been more important to monitor changes and understand how the Earth system works. Satellites in orbit around the Earth are undeniable tools for obtaining a complete picture of our changing world >>  The Living Planet detailed program

The Living Planet brings together scientists and researchers from around the world to present and discuss the latest discoveries in Earth science and advances in Earth observation technologies. DATA TERRA participates with its hubs, discover the work of our researchers:


  • May 25, 2022 4:25 p.m. – CNES EO / DATA TERRA – integrated data and services platform: Richard MORENO

Theia, continental surfaces division:  see the detailed program

  • Understanding the complexity of the Earth system: Water, Littoral Pierre GERNEZ
  • Sentinel 2 – algorithms and evaluation: Snow, Ice  Zacharie Barou Dumont
  • Ebola virus and forests: Larisa LEE-CRUZ
  • Monitoring the Alps from space: Franck PAUL
  • Algorithms, Land cover iota Benjamin TARDY
  • Agriculture GEOV2- AVHRR: Aleixandre VERGER
  • Evapotranspiration – Agriculture, water: Albert OLIOSO
  • StockWater – stock reservoir from Space: Peña LUQUE
  • TRISHNA, natural resources: Philippe GAMET
  • Dynamics of mangroves – Water, Coastline: Quentin GUSMAI
  • Products and services of the “Urban” Scientific Expertise Center: Anne PUISSANT
  • Pleiades satellite images, change detection – Urban: Clément BRESSANT
  • OBS2CO – Sentinel 2 images, water quality: Jean-Michel MARTINEZ
  • Sentinel-1, Sentinel-2, Landsat-8 – Glaciers: Jérémie MOUGINOT
  • Temperate Forest Health – Sentinel 2: Kenji OSÉ
  • Chlorophyll-a concentrations and water quality – MSI Sentinel 2 and OLI Landsat 8: Guillaume MORIN
  • THEIA – land surfaces: Nicolas BAGHDADI
  • Detection of Sentinel-1 forests – Vietnam, Laos, Cambodia, Gabon, French Guiana, Suriname and Guyana: Stephane MERMOZ
  • Extract EO, Case study Lac Fitri (Chad), Grand Est Region (France): Hervé YÉSOU
  • Urban, Land cover – Semantic segmentation and dataset classification for remote sensing: Romain WENGER

Form@ter, solid earth pole 

  • MAY 26, 2022 at 6:26 p.m. – On-demand calculation services from optical data – Sentinel 2 and Pleiades: Jean-Philippe MALET

ODATIS, oceans cluster: see the detailed program

  •  STREAM: exploration of ocean dynamics and atmosphere-ocean interactions.  Fabrice ARDHUIN
  • Towards high resolution altimetric wave products: what is hidden below 50 km? A multi-mission approach. Annabelle Oliver
  • Evaluation of Sentinel-3A and Sentinel-3B OLCI chlorophyll algorithms, littorals. Emmanuelle AUTRET
  • Large mesoscale salinity features detected by SMOS and perspectives for next-generation missions Jacqueline BOUTIN
  • Observations of tropical cyclones with SAR systems. Alexis MOUCHE
  • CATDS: Generation and distribution of SMOS L3/L4 products. Stephane TAROT
  • Combination of multi-source data, an average dynamic topography over the mid-Atlantic bay. Solene JOUSSET