The INSA teacher-researchers form a group whose research fields are architectural photogrammetry and geomatics (PAGE). A page presenting some of the PAGE group’s projects can be found on the INSA Strasbourg research blog.



The publications are posted on the ICube platform.


International collaboration

  • University of Naples Federico II (Italy)
  • University of Wageningen (Netherlands)
  • ALTERRA (Wageningen Environmental Research): co-publication
  • NLR (National Aerospace Laboratory, Netherlands): co-publication
  • Delft University of Technology (Netherlands): co-publication
  • ITC (Faculty of Geo-Information Science and Earth Observation, Netherlands) co-publication
  • University of Valencia (Spain): co-publication
  • University of Freiburg (Germany)
  • University of Karlsruhe (Germany): co-publication
  • University of Basel (Switzerland)
  • University of Innsbruck (Austria): co-publication
  • University of Thessaloniki (Greece): co-publication
  • Umeå University (Sweden): co-publication

There are co-publications with the following international partners:

  • Institut of Geographic Sciences and Natural Resources Research, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Beijing
  • Beijing Normal University, China
  • Institute of Agricultural Resources and Regional Planning
  • National Central University, Taiwan Institute for Remote Sensing Applications (IRSA)
  • CARTEL laboratory, University of Sherbrooke, Quebec, Canada
  • Institute for Computational Earth System Sciences (ICESS) – University of California, Santa Barbara, USA
  • Academy of Opto-electronics, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China
  • Cold and Arid Regions Environment Engineering Research Institute (CAREERI), China
  • University of Montreal, GRCAO (Computer Aided Design Research Group).


Team manager

Zallat Jihad, University professor, Strasbourg University

Assistant Team manager: Pierre Grussenmeyer, University professor, INSA Strasbourg


INSA Strasbourg members

Emmanuel Alby, associate professor

Pierre Grussenmeyer, university professor

Tania Landes, associate professor

Mathieu Koehl, associate professor

Samuel Guillemin, assistant engineer

Bernard Grandmougin, technician