Anne Reichmuth

Research fellow

Department Remote Sensing

Helmholtz Centre for Environmental Research - UFZ
Permoserstraße 15
04318 Leipzig

Phone +49 341 6025 2459

Anne Reichmuth

Research interests

  • Forest vitality detection using multispectral timeseries and hyperspectral data

Current projects

Curriculum Vitae

since 2021

Research fellow, UFZ Leipzig, Forest condition monitor

2019 - 2021

Data Scientist, Finatix GmbH Leipzig, developing a fraud detection and Back-end development

2018 - 2019

Project monitoring, Geo-Naturpark Saale-Unstrut-Triasland e.V., Nebra, ELER project coordination


Data Scientist, Hopmann Marketing Analytics Munich, Data engineering and data analysis

2015 - 2018

Research fellow, University of Würzburg and DLR Oberpfaffenhofen, Project Opt4Environment, Statistical analysis of laboratory measurements, processing and analysing hyperspectral data and multispectral timeseries for deriving forest vitality, field data planning and acquisition

2014 - 2015

German Trainee, ESA-ESRIN, Frascati, Assisting project monitoring Sen2-Agri, Comparison of atmospheric image processors ATCOR vs. MACCS

2013 - 2014

Research fellow, DLR Oberpfaffenhofen, processing hyperspectral and multispectral data, project contribution to VitTree, TreeIdent and FastResponse


Student assistant, Technical University of Dresden, Analysis of reed habitats at the lake Neusiedl using imaging spectroscopy

2010 - 2013

Master of Engineering, HTW Dresden, Geoinformatics and Management

2009 - 2010

Scientific employee, FÖA Landschaftsplanung, Trier, Compensating measures

2008 - 2009

DAAD Scholarship, Na/an ku sê Research Namibia, Mapping research area and home ranges of large carnivores

2006 - 2009

Bachelor of Science, HNE Eberswalde, International Forest Ecosystem Management

2005 - 2006

Internship, Agriventure Canada, Agricultural employee on various farms

Peer-reviewed Publications

Reichmuth A., Henning L., Pinnel N., Bachmann M., Rogge D. (2018). “Early Detection of Vitality Changes of Multi-Temporal Norway Spruce Laboratory Needle Measurements—The Ring-Barking Experiment”. In: Remote Sensing 10.(1), doi:10.3390/rs10010057

Other Publications

Reichmuth A., Pinnel N., Rogge D., Heiden U. (2017). “Analysis of temporal statistics and long term climate observations for deriving the predisposition of forests to stress events”. In: 37th International Symposium on Remote Sensing ofEnvironment (ISRSE-37) (Twshane, South Africa)

Reichmuth, A., Bachmann M., Heiden U., Pinnel N., Holzwarth S., Henning L., Einzmann K., Immitzer M., Müller A., Seitz R. (2016). “The ring-barking experiment: Analysis of forest vitality using multi-temporal hyperspectral data”. In: Living Planet Symposium 2016 (Prague, Czech Republic)

Heiden, U., Holzwarth S., Pinnel N., Reichmuth A., Raczko E., Heurich M., Müller J., Wang Z., Skidmore A., Ali A., Wang T., Darvishzadeh R., Wegmann M. (2016).“Laboratory for Essential Biodiversity Variables (EBV) Concepts – The “Data PoolInitiative for the Bohemian Forest Ecosystem””. In: Living Planet Symposium 2016 (Prague, Czech Republic)

Immitzer, M., Einzmann K. , Böck S., Mattiuzzi M., Ng W.-T., Wallner A., Pinnel N., Reichmuth A., Frost M., Müller A., Seitz R., Atzberger C. (2015). “Erstellung von Fichten- und Kiefernanteilskarten auf Basis von Satellitendaten für Bayern”. In: Forstliche Forschungsberichte München 214

Atzberger, C., Immitzer M., Einzmann K., Mattiuzzi M., Ng W.-T., Pinnel N., Reichmuth A., Wallner A., Frost M., Seitz R. (2014). “Mapping of spruce and pine fractional coverage at 1 ha resolution for entire Bavaria”. In: ForestSAT 2014 Riva del Garda