International GNSS Service Workshop 2012
High Gate in Old Town, Olsztyn (Click image to enlarge.)
The 2012 IGS workshop will take place at the University of Warmia and Mazury in Olsztyn, Poland from July 23 to 27.
The topic areas are:
The IGS Multi-GNSS experiment: incorporating new signals into the previous focus on GPS and GLONASS
Space vehicle orbit dynamics and attitude, including GPS IIF, Galileo IOV, Compass, Glonass IIM
Ionosphere observations and modeling, using GNSS, DORIS, VLBI, satellite altimetry, GPS radio occultation missions
Infrastructure and data centers
Estimation and application of GNSS-based troposphere delay
Real-time services and applications
Analysis combination center and reference frames
Tide gauge benchmark monitoring
Geodetic and geophysical applications of IGS products
The chair of the GNSS working splinter group is Robert Weber.
The conference organizers will provide transportation from the Warsaw Okecie Airport to the conference and back. Please send your flight number, arrival and departure date to the email address below.
The Department of Astronomy and Geodynamics at UWM is hosting the seminar.