Here you can find a list of most important publications in the EO4Hum context:

Lang, S., Füreder, P., Riedler, B., Wendt, L., Braun, A., Tiede, D., Schoepfer, E., Zeil, P., Spröhnle, K., Kulessa, K., Rogenhofer, E., Bäuerl, M., Öze, A., Schwendemann, G., Hochschild, V. (2019). Earth observation tools and services to increase the effectiveness of humanitarian assistance. European Journal of Remote Sensing, 1-19.

Lang, S., Füreder, P., Kranz, O., Card, B., Roberts, S., & Papp, A., 2015. Humanitarian emergencies: causes, traits and impacts as observed by remote sensing. In: P. Thenkabail (ed.) Remote Sensing Handbook, New York: Taylor and Francis. pp. 483-512.

Lang, S., Tiede, D., Hölbling, D., Füreder, P., & Zeil, P., 2010. Earth observation (EO)-based ex post assessment of internally displaced person (IDP) camp evolution and population dynamics in Zam Zam, Darfur. Int. J. Remote Sens. 31, 5709–5731.

Tiede, D., Füreder, P., Lang, S., Hölbling, D., & Zeil, P., 2013. Automated Analysis of Satellite Imagery to provide Information Products for Humanitarian Relief Operations in Refugee Camps – from Scientific Development towards Operational Services. PFG Photogramm. - Fernerkundung - Geoinf. 2013, 185–195.

Tiede, D., Krafft, P., Füreder, P., & Lang, S., 2017. Stratified Template Matching to Support Refugee Camp Analysis in OBIA Workflows. Remote Sensing 9/326.

Füreder, P., Lang, S.,  Hagenlocher, M., Tiede, D., Wendt, L., & Rogenhofer, E., 2015. Earth observation and GIS to support humanitarian operations in refugee/IDP camps. In: Proceedings of the ISCRAM 2015 Conference - the 12th International Conference on Information Systems for Crisis Response and Management, Kristiansand, Norway.

Braun, A., 2018. Assessment of Building Damage in Raqqa during the Syrian Civil War Using Time-Series of Radar Satellite Imagery. Journal for Spatial Information Science 1, pp. 228–242.

Braun, A., Lang, S., Hochschild, V., 2016. Impact of refugee camps on their environment. A case study using multi-temporal SAR data. Journal of Geography, Environment and Earth Science International 4(2), 1–17.