(Preliminary version - June 4)

SCIENTIFIC ASSEMBLY OF THE

INTERNATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF GEODESY

- IAG97 -

in conjunction with

XVIII BRAZILIAN CONGRESS OF CARTOGRAPHY

3 - 9 September 1997

RIOCENTRO - RIO DE JANEIRO - BRAZIL

FOURTH CIRCULAR

FINAL PROGRAM (DRAFT: Look after new versions !)

General Director

Cláudio Ivanof Lucarevschi

IAG Local Organizing Committee

Wolfgang Torge - IAG Representative

Denizar Blitzkow - National Representative of IAG

IAG Technical Committee:

Luiz Paulo Souto Fortes (IBGE)

Marcelo Carvalho dos Santos (UFPr)

Gilberto da Silva Ferr_o (PETROBRAS)

SBC Local Organizing Committee


Fernando deAraujo Coutinho Amadeo - SBC Representative
José Carlos Penna de Vasconcellos - Director of Commissions
Ana Maria Coutinho - International Affairs
Wilhelm Petter de Freire Bernard - Finances
Daniel Genovese Filho - Infra-Structure
Audizio de Almeida Cruz/Magnolia de Lima - General Secretaries
Paulo Cesar Gurgel de Alburquerque - Exibition

Organizers

International Association of Geodesy (IAG)

Brazilian Society of Cartography, Geodesy, Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing (SBC)

Sponsors


Instituto Panamericano de Geografia e História (IPGH)
UNESCO
Petróleo Brasileiro S. A. (PETROBRAS)
TRIMBLE/Santiago & Cintra
Alezi Teodoline/Zeiss
FAPESP - CNPq

Supporting Organizations


Instituto de Estudos Avançados (IEA/USP)
Escola Politécnica - Departamento de Transportes (EPUSP-PTR)
Universidade Federal do Paraná (UFPr)
Universidade do Estado do Rio de Janeiro (UERJ)
Fundaç_o Instituto Brasileiro de Geografia e Estatistica (IBGE)
Petróleo Brasileiro S. A.
INPE

General Information

The Scientific Assembly of the International Association of Geodesy (IAG97) will be held from 3 to 9 September, 1997, in Riocentro - Rio de Janeiro, in conjunction with the XVIII Brazilian Congress of Cartography (XVIII CBC) under the organization of the International Association of Geodesy and the Brazilian Society of Cartography, Geodesy, Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing (SBC).

The weather in Rio de Janeiro is never very cold, even during the winter. The lowest temperatures in the city are beetween 10 - 15 Celsius and happen in general in July. In September the temperature oscilates beetween 25 - 30 Celsius. Rain at this time is very scarce but can happens in short periods of time during the day.

IAG Executive Committee took a few decisions in the meeting in Potsdam - April 1997:

-to not organize paralel sessions during the assembly

-to give a special importance to poster sessions in the meeting

You are welcome to attend IAG97/XVIII CBC and LOC will do the best to make your stay in Rio de janeiro very agreable.

IAG Scientific Program

Symposium 1: - S1 - Advances in Positioning and Reference Frames.
Convenor: Fritz K. Brunner
Dept. of Engineering Geodesy
Technische Universität Graz
Steyrergasse 30
A-8010 Graz
Austria
Fax: (43) (316) 83-1793
E-mail: brunner@aig.tu-graz.ac.at



SESSIONS:

S1.1 - Current developments in precise GPS positioning (Yehuda Bock - USA)

S1.2 - Maintenance and densification of reference frames (Claude Boucher - France)

S1.3 - SIRGAS project (Luiz Paulo S. Fortes - Brazil)

S1.4 - GPS kinematic applications (Chris Rizos - Australia)

Symposium 2: S2 - Gravity and Geoid
Convenor: René Forsberg
Geodetic Division
KMS
Rentemestervej 8
DK-2400 Copenhagen NV

Denmark

Fax: (45) 3587-5052

E-mail: rf@kms.min.dk



SESSIONS:

S2.1 - Developments in static and kinematic gravimetry (Gerd Boedecker - Germany).

S2.2 - Global gravity field from gravimetry and satellite altimetry (Nikolaos Pavlis - USA and Michael G. Sideris - Canada).

S2.3 - The geoid - theory and methods (Petr Holota - Czec Republic and Herman V. Gysen - South Africa).

S2.4 - Regional geoids and the gravity field in South and Central America (Denizar Blitzkow - Brazil and René Forsberg - Denmark)

Symposium 3: S3 - Geodynamics

Convenor: Martine Feissel
IERS Central Bureau
61 Avenue de l' Observatoire
75014 Paris
France
Fax: (33) (1) 4051-2291
E-mail: feissel@hpvlbi.obspm.fr



SESSIONS

S3.1 - Ten years of Reference Frames and Earth Rotation work in IERS (Christoph Reigber - Germany)

S3.2 - Monitoring global deformations

S3.3 Combination of global space geodetic measurements (Thomas Herring - USA)

S3.4 - Combination of space observations with other observations of deformations (Raul Perdomo - Argentina)

S3.5 - Crustal deformations in South America Asia and Africa (A. Cazenave - France)

S3.6 - Variations of geopotential and geocentre (Name?????)

Special Session: SS1 - IAG services

Convenor: Ivan I. Mueller
Dept. of Civil & Environmental Engineering and Geodetic Science
Ohio State University
4361 Shire Creek Court
Hilliard - OH 43026
Phone: (614) 876-7830
Fax: (614) 292-2957
E-mail: mueller@mps.ohio-state.edu



Introduction: (Ivan. I. Mueller)

BIPM time Section (Claudine Thomas)

IBS: IAG Bibliographic Service (Bärbel Baer)

ICET: International Centre of Earth Tides (Olivier Francis)

IERS: International Earth Rotation Service (Martine Feissel)

BGI: Bureau Gravimétrique International (George Balmino)

IGeS: International Geoid Service (Fernando Sanso)

IGS: International GPS Service for Geodynamics (Ruth. Neilan)

IIS: IAG Information Service (Christian Tscherning)

PSMSL: Permanent Service for Mean Sea Level (Philip L. Woodworth)

Special Session: SS2 - Geodesy in Antarctica

Convenors: Reinhard Dietrich and John Manning

Technische Universität Dresden

Institut für Planetare Geodäsie

Mommsenstrasse 13

D-01062 Dresden - Germany

Phone: (49) (351) 463-4652

Fax: (49) (351) 463-7063

E-mail: dietrich@kpgnts.geo.tu-dresden.de



SBC SCIENTIFIC PROGRAM

The Brazilian Congress of Cartography has a program related to the subjects of the Technical Commissions as follow:

Hydrography

Geodesy, Astronomy, Topography and Surveying

Cartography

Photogrammetry

Remote Sensing and Image Interpretation

Technical Multipurpose Cadastre and Land Management

Geographic Information System

Professional Formation, Teaching and Research

Parallel Events

Workshop on Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing - ISPRS/INPE

Latin American Symposium on Surveying

II Symposium on Environmental Cartography

Course on GIS

Course on Rural Cadastre

III SEPLA - Seminar on Applied Photogrammetry at Architetural and Archeological Surveys

IV Brazilian meeting of Topography Teachers

Workshop and Award on Cartography for Children

Geoprocessing Forum of Rio de Janeiro State

XVI EXPOSICARTA - Exibition





FINAL SCHEDULE


September 3


Opening ceremony (IAG/SBC) and cocktail: 10:30 - 12:00
Opening of the Exibition: 12:00
IAG opening ceremony: 13:45
Technical session: 14:30 - 16:00
Coffee break: - 16:00 - 16:15
Technical session: 16:15 - 17:45


September 4


Technical session: 10:00 - 11:30
Coffee break - 11:30 - 11:45
Technical session: 11:45 - 13:15
Lunch time - 13:15 - 14:30
Technical session: 14:30 - 16:00
Coffee break - 16:00 - 16:15
Technical session: 16:15 - 17:45


September 5


Technical session: 10:00 - 11:30
Coffee break - 11:30 - 11:45
Technical session: 11:45 - 13:15
Lunch time - 13:15 - 14:30
Technical session: 14:30 - 16:00
Coffee break - 16:00 - 16:15
Technical session: 16:15 - 17:45


September 6


Technical session: 10:00 - 11:30
Coffee break - 11:30 - 11:45
Technical session: 11:45 - 13:15
Free afternoon - Buses will leave Riocentro at 14:00.


September 7 - Independence Day of Brazil - Free day.


September 8


Technical session: 10:00 - 11:30
Coffee break - 11:30 - 11:45
Technical session: 11:45 - 13:15
Lunch time - 13:15 - 14:30
Technical session: 14:30 - 16:00
Coffee break - 16:00 - 16:15
Technical session: 16:15 - 17:45


September 9


Technical session: 10:00 - 11:30
Coffee break - 11:30 - 11:45
Technical session: 11:45 - 13:15
IAG closing ceremony: 14:30
CBC/IAG closing ceremony: - 15:30.


IAG General Schedule




Wednesday - September 3
Thursday - September 4
Friday - September 5
Saturday - September 6
Sunday - September 7
Monday - September 8
Tuesday - September 9
10:00 - 11:30
SBC/IAG opening ceremony
Technical session S3
Technical session S2
Technical session SS1
Independence Day
Technical session S1
Technical session S1
11:30 - 11:45
coffee
coffee
coffee
coffee


coffee
coffee
11:45 - 13:15


Technical session S3
Technical session S2
Tecnical session SS1


Technical session S1
Technical session S1
13:15 - 14:30
lunch
Lunch
lunch
lunch


lunch
lunch
14:30 - 16:00
Technical session S3
Technical session S2
Technical session S2
Free


Technical session S1
Closing ceremony
16:00 - 16:15
coffee
Coffee
coffee
Free


coffee
coffee
16:15 - 17:45
Technical session S3
Technical session SS2
Poster session:
S2 and S3
Free


Poster session S1, SS1, SS2






Papers presentation schedule (I = invited - 20 min; O = oral 10 min; P = poster - 1 or 3 min)
Technical sessions: Room E.
Poster sessions: Room F.


Symposium 1: Advances in Positioning and Reference Frames (Convener: Fritz K. Brunner).


Session 1.1 - Maintenance and densification of Reference Frames
Monday - September 8, 10:00 - 11:30.
Chaiman: Claude Boucher


S1.1-01 - O Slater J. A. & Malys S. - WGS84 - Past, present and future.
S1.1-02 - O Blewitt G.; Boucher C.; Davies P. B. H.; Heflin M. B.; Herring T. A. & Kouba J. - ITRF densification and continuous realization by the IGS.
S1.1-03 - O Seeger H.; Adam J.; Augath W.; Boucher C.; Bruyninx C.; Gubler E.; Gurtner W.; Hornik H.; van der Marel H.; Vermeer M. & Zielinski J. B. - The new European Reference System EUREF - Status Report 1997.
S1.1-04 - O Bruyninx C.; Dousa J.; Ehrnsperger W.; Fachbach N.; Johansson J.; Vespe F.; Figurski M.; Springer T.; Weber G & Wiget A. - The use of the EUREF permanent GPS network for the maintenance of the European terrestrial reference frame.
S1.1-05 - O Adam J.; Harsson B. H.; Gurtner W.; Ihde J.; Schlüter W. & Wöppelmann G. - The European vertical GPS reference network campaign 1997 - Concept and status.


Session 1.2 - GPS reference networks
Monday - September 8, 11:45 - 13:15
Chairman: Fritz K. Brunner


S1.2-01 - O Fortes L. P. S.; Luz R. T.; Pereira K. D.; Costa S. M. A. & Blitzkow D. - The Brazilian network for continuos monitoring of GPS (RBMC): Operation and products.
S1.2-02 - O Weber R. & Ahrer H. - Towards an Austrian GPS reference network.
S1.2-03 - O Tsukahara K. - The dense nationwide GPS network in Japan.
S1.2-04 - O Wanninger L. - Real time DGPS error modelling in regional reference station networks.
S1.2-05 - O Rothacher M.; Springer T.; Schaer S. & Beutler G. - Processing strategies for regional GPS networks


Session 1.3 - SIRGAS projects
Monday - September 8, 14:30 - 16:00
Chaiman: Luiz Paulo S. Fortes


S1.3-01 - O Fortes L. P. S. - An overview of the SIRGAS project.
S1.3-02 - O Hoyer M.; Arciniegas S.; Duarte K.; Fagard H.; Maturana R.; Torchetti R.; Drewes H.; Kumar M. & Seeger G. - The definition of the Reference System in the SIRGAS Project.
S1.3-03 - O Drewes H. - Time evolution of the SIRGAS Reference Frame.
S1.3-04 - O Vargas R. B. - Actividades del Grupo de Trabajo II "Datum Geocentrico" Proyecto SIRGAS.
S1.3-05 - O Kaniuth K.; Drewes H.; Stuber K.; Tremel H. & Moirano J. - Final results of the SIRGAS 95 GPS network processing at DGFI/I.


Session 1.4 - Current developments in precise GPS positioning
Tuesday - September 9, 10:00 - 11:30
Chaiman: Yehuda Bock


S1.4-01 - O Hein G. W. - Advances in GPS/GLONASS combined solutions.
S1.4-02 - O Jonge P. J. de - GPS ambiguity resolution in navigation, rapid static surveying and regional networks.
S1.4-03 - O Johansson J. M. - Intermediate report from IAG special study group 1.158: GPS antenna and site effects.
S1.4-04 - O Seeber G.; Menge F.; Schmitz M. & Völksen C. - Precise GPS positioning improvement by reducing antenna and site effects.
S1.4-05 - O Kouba J. & Mireault Y. - 1997 IGS orbit, clock and EOP combined products: An update.
Session 1.5 - GPS kinematic applications.
Tuesday - September 9, 11:45 - 13:15
Chaiman: Chris Rizos


S1.5-01 - O Rizos C. & Han S. - High precision GPS kinematic positioning: progress and outlook.
S1.5-02 - O Seeber G. & Böder V. - New developments in the improvement of GPS kinematic applications.
S1.5-03 - O Bruton A. M. - Kinematic positioning using adaptive filters and multiple DGPS receiver configurations.
S1.5-04 - O Collins J. P. & Langley R. B. - Estimating the residual tropospheric delay for precise kinematic GPS positioning.
S1.5-05 - O Brzezinska D. A. - High-accuracy airbone integrated mapping system.


Poster Session 1
Monday - September 8, 16:15 - 17:45


S1-01 - P Acuña I.; Subiza W.; Rovera H.; Vergara G.; Rodino P.; Barbato F. & Costa S. M. - The redefinition of the geodetic reference system of Uruguay into SIRGAS frame.
S1-02 - P Ananga N.; Morgan P.; & Coleman R. - A geocentric datum for the Australian region.
S1-03 - P Augath W.; Brower W.; Lang H.: Mierio L. van & Sacher M. - UELN'95 and UELN/EVS 2000: European activities for a uniform continental vertical datum.
S1-04 - P Aquino M. H. O.; Ashkenazi V. & Moore T. - A continental wide area differential GPS strategy.
S1-05 - P Ashkenazi V.; Moore T.; Symons L. J. & Aquino M. H. - Global GPS networks and the determination of Earth Rotation parameters.
S1-06 - P Baldi P; Marsella M. & Vittuari L. - Airborne GPS performance during a photogrammetric project over the Vulcano Island (Italy).
S1-07 - P Baran L. W. & Shagimuratov I. I. - The use of GPS for monitoring of the ionospheric disturbances.
S1-08 - P Becker M.; Reinhart E.; Seeger H.; Mingsamon S.; Boonphakdee C. & Abu S. B. - Realization of the ITRF94 in Thailand and Malaysia by use of a combined network for geodynamics and national survey.
S1-09 - P Betti B.; Crespi M. & Marana B. - The new GPS data processing software BAMBA.
S1-10 - P Blick G. & Grant D. - Possibility of a dynamic cadastre for a dynamic nation.
S1-11 - P Boucher C. & Altamini Z. - ITRF94 enhancement program.
S1-12 - P Brunner F. K. & Hartinger H. - Signal distortion in high precision GPS surveys.
S1-13 - P Camargo P. O. & Monico J. F. G. - The use of ionospheric models for correcting single frequency receivers observations: analysis of the performance.
S1-14 - P Chang C.C. & Chang R. G. - Preliminary stability test for the regional GPS tracking stations in Taiwan.
S1-15 - P Chao C. H. J. - Single frequency ionospheric modelling for wide area differential GPS.
S1-16 - P Chen R. & Kakkuri J. - An integrated GPS monitoring system for site investigation of nuclear waste disposal.
S1-17 - P Costa S. M. A.; Pereira K. D. & Beattie D. - The integration of Brazilian horizontal network into SIRGAS.
S1-18 - P Dare P. & Saleh H. - The use of heuristics in the design of GPS networks.
S1-19 - P Ding X. & Stewart M.- Determination of stochastic models of GPS baselines in GPS network adjustment.
S1-20 - P Dominici D.; Radicioni F.; Selli S. & Stoppini A. - Analysis of GPS monitoring networks.
S1-21 - P Dominici D.; Radicioni F., Selli S. & Stoppini A. - The Assisi Landslide GPS network.
S1-22 - P Drewes H.; Tremel H. & Hernandez N. - Adjustment of the new Venezuelan National GPS network within the SIRGAS reference frame.
S1-23 - P Dubrov M. N.-Laser strainmeter unit for the fundamental reference station.
S1-24 - P Barbaste J.; Edwards K. & Saleh J. - Transformation of GPS coordinates and heights in Trinidad.
S1-25 - P Franke P.; Seeger H. & Weber G. - Permanent GPS tracking network in the Mediterranean area.
S1-26 - P Gaudet R. J. - Modernizing the reference framework for Canada's maritime provinces.
S1-27 - P Geiger A.; Scaramuzza, M; Cocard M; Kahle H.-G; Lang H; Aebersold R; Meier B. & Dosé A. - Testing GPS approaches for civil aviation in the Swiss Alps.
S1-28 - P Gende M. ; Brunini C. & Kleusberg A.- Use of a regional ionospheric model in GPS geodesic applications.
S1-29 - P Han S. & Rizos C. - Instantaneous ambiguity resolution for medium-range GPS kinematic positioning using multiple reference stations.
S1-30 - P Navarro A. H. - The RGNA: The high accuracy reference geodetic networks of Mexico.
S1-31 - P Hein G. W. - What is coming after GPS and GLONASS? - From GPS and GLONASS via EGNOS, WAAS, MT-SAS to GNSS-2.
S1-32 - P Jianguo H.; Quan W. & Yulin L. - The precise GPS positioning measurements in China.
S1-33 - P Johansson J. M.; Scherneck H-G; Davis J. L.; Poutanen M. J.; Vermeer M. & Mitrovica J. X. - lnterpretation of site position variations from the Swedish and finnish permanent GPS networks.
S1-34 - P Jokela J. & Poutanen M. - 50 years of interference observations at the Nummela standard baseline.
S1-35 - P Jokela J. - Vectors connecting the geodetic points at Metsähovi and Sjökulla.
S1-36 - P Kahmen H. - Static and kinematic positioning with GPS for the construction and maintenance of high speed railway lines.
S1-37 - P Kaniuth K. - Exploiting the SIRGAS colocations for determining elevation dependent phase center variations of geodetic GPS antennas.
S1-38 - P Keller K.; Forsberg R. & Nielsen C. S. - Kinematic GPS for ice sheet surveys in Greenland.
S1-39 - P Koivula H.; Ollikainen M. & Poutanen M. - Use of the Finnish permanent GPS network (FINNNET) in regional GPS campaign.
S1-40 - P Kulkarni M. N. - The Global Positioning System data processing: software, techniques & accuracies.
S1-41 - P Kumar M. - Global vertical datum to survey accurate orthometric heights and depths.
S1-42 - P Yanxing L. - Study on model of atmospheric refraction in GPS measurement.
S1-43 - P Lin L. S.; Rizos C. & Mertikas S. - Real-time failure detection and repair in ionospheric delay estimation using GPS by robust and conventional Kalman filter state estimates.
S1-44 - P Lopez N. G.; Vacaflor J. L. & Busab S. E. - The searching and efficiency of optimized weights from criterion matrices.
S1-45 - P Marti U. & Schneider D. - The new national height system LHN95 of Switzerland.
S1-46 - P Mason S. H.; Wilson J. I. & Holland D. A. - Relating GPS positions with UK national mapping and height datums.
S1-47 - P Meza A. M.; Brunini C. A. & Kleusberg A. - A three dimensional map of the ionospheric from GPS measurements.
S1-48 - P Jia M.; Tsakiri M. & Steward M. - A reweighted filtering algorithm and its application in open pit deformation monitoring.
S1-49 - P Moirano J.; Brunini C.; Drewes H. & Kaniuth K. - Realization of a geocentric reference system in Argentina in connection with SIRGAS.
S1-50 - P Monico J. F.G. & Fonseca Junior E. S. - The non-fiducial approach applied to GPS networks.
S1-51 - P Oliveira L. C.; Monico J. F. G.; Santos M. C. & Blitzkow D. - Some considerations related to the new realization of SAD-69 in Brazil.
S1-52 - P Ollikainen M. - GPS levelling results on two test areas in Finland.
S1-53 - P Oszczak S. - Reliability and accuracy aspects of satellite navigation and real time surveying.
S1-54 - P Ribeiro H. ; Pinto J. T.; Torres J. A.; Rodriguez E.; Prieto J. J. & Caturia J. L. - The Iberia 95 Project.
S1-55 - P Rios V. H.; Gomez A. P. & Haro B. - An algorithm for total electron content determination with GPS.
S1-56 - P Rios V. H.; Padilla P. & Santillán M. - Methods to resolve GPS phase ambiguities.
S1-57 - P Rizos C.; Lin L.-S.; Han S.; Troyer L. & Mertikas - Quality control algorithms for permanent GPS receiver applications.
S1-58 - P Roberts C. & Rizos C. - Permanent automatic GPS deformation monitoring systems: A review of system architecture and data processing strategies.
S1-59 - P Sakr K. - The effect of troposphere on GPS measurements in Egypt.
S1-60 - P Santerre R. & Lamourex L. - Modified GPS-OTF algorithms for bridge monitoring: application to the Pierre-Laporte suspension bridge in Quebec City.
S1-61 - P Santos M. C.; Vieira A. J. B. & Firkowski H. - The GPS component of the project for digital mapping of the KARST aquifer system near Curitiba, Brazil.
S1-62 - P Schaffrin B.- On suboptimal geodetic network fusion.
S1-63 - P Seeger H; Engelhardt, Ihde J.; Luthardt J. & Rausch E. - German GPS reference network.
S1-64 - P Seemüller W. & Drewes H. - The IGS regional network associate analysis center for South America at DGFI/I.
S1-65 - P Silva N. C. C.; Santos M. C. & Oliveira L. C. - A comparative study of tropospheric models using GPS data collected by the Brasilian network for continuous monitoring of GPS (RBMC).
S1-66 - P Stewart M. P.; Houghton H. & Ding X. - The statefix West Australian GPS network.
S1-67 - P Teunissen P. J. G.; Jonge P. J. de; Odijk D. & Tiberius C. C. J. M. - Fast ambiguity resolution in static and kinematic networks.
S1-68 - P Wang J.; Stewart M. P. & Tsakiri M. - Kinematic GPS positioning with adaptive Kalman filtering techniques.
S1-69 - P Warnant R.- Influence of the ionospheric refraction on the repeatability of distances computed by GPS.
S1-70 - P Zeggai A. & Kahlouche S. - GPS for heights determimation in Oran (Algeria).
S1-71 - P Ziehenski J.B.; Lyszkowicz A.; Jaworski L. & Swiatek A. - POLREF96 - The New Geodetic Reference Frame for Poland.
S1-72 - P Sun F.; Zhao M., Zhu W. & Liu J. - On the definition of the Conventional Terrestrial Reference System.
S1-73 - P Yanxing Li - Study on model of atmospheric refraction in GPS measurement.


Symposium 2: Gravity and the geoid (Convener: René Forsberg).


Session 2.1 - Developments in static and kinematic gravimetry
Thursday - September 4, 14:30 - 16:00
Chaiman: Gerd Boedecker


S2.1-01 - O Torge W. - The changing role of gravity reference networks.
S2.1-02 - O Schwarz K. P.; Glennie C. & Bruton A. - Improving accuracy and reliability of airborne gravimetry by multiple system configurations.
S2.1-03 - O Tscherning C. C.; Rubek F. & Forsberg R. - Combining airborne and ground gravity using collocation.
S2.1-04 - O Richter B. & Warburton R. - A new type of stationary superconducting gradiometer.
S2.1-05 - O Amalvict M.; Hinderer J.; Francis O. & Mäkinen J. - Comparisons between absolute (AG) and superconducting(SG) gravimeters.
Poster session - 1 minute for presentation
S2.1-06 - P Franke A.; Reinhart E.; Richter B.; Wilmes H. & Torge W. - The German gravity base net 1994 (DSGN - 1994).
S2.1-07 - P Benciolini b. & Sguerso D. - The adjustment of a gravimetric nework with mixed absolute and relative measures.
S2.1-08 - P Zayac I.; Svitlov S.; Shurubkin V. & Lokshin Y. - Preliminary plan to develop the state gravity network of the Ukraine.
S2.1-09 - P Trabanco J. L. A.; Blitzkow D. & Castro C. A. de - Efforts toward the improvement of the gravity network in South America.
S2.1-10 - P Subiza W.; Timmen L. & Torge W. - The national gravimetric network of Uruguay.
S2.1-11 - P Schwab S. H. S. & Freitas S. R. C. de - Dynamic calibration of Geo783 at Tidal Curitiba station, Brazil.
S2.1-12 - P Yamamoto H. & Murakami M. - Six month experience of continual absolute gravity measurements by the FG-5.
S2.1-13 - P Mäkinen J. - On the air gap modulation effect in absolute gravimeters.
S2.1-14 - P Svitlov S. & Tsubokawa T. - Frequency domain analysis of a free-fall absolute gravimeter.
S2.1-14 - P Qi-Xian Q.; Mäkinen J.; Qi-Chao D. & Yi-Sheng J. - Influence of variations in subsurface water storage on gravity at the Xi'an absolute gravity station.
S2.1-15 - P Bastos L.; Forsberg R.; Gidskehaug A.; Meyer U.; Hehl K. & Timmen L. - An airborne geoid mapping system for regional sea-surface topography: application to the Skagerrak and Azores areas.
S2.1-16 - P Boedecker G. - Study of the dynamic environment of a strapdown airborne gravimeter.
S2.1-17 - P Jones P.& Johnson A. - The role of aerogravity data in understanding the nature of the Haag Nunataks block boundary, Antarctica.
S2.1-18 - P Nielsen C. S.; Forsberg R.; Ekholm S. & Mohr J. J. - SAR interferometry for improved terrain corrections in surface and airborne gravimetry.


Session 2.2 - Global gravity field from gravimetry and satellite altimetry
Thursday - September 4, 16:15 - 17:45
Chairman: N. G. Pavlis and Michael G. Sideris


S2.2-01 - I Rapp R. H. - Past and future developments in geopotential modeling.
S2.2-02 - O Jekeli C. - The world of gravity according to Rapp.
S2.2-03 - O Lemoine F. G.; Pavlis E. C.; Pavlis N. K.; Cox C. M. & Chinn D. - Gravity field improvement activities at NASA/GSFC.
S2.2-04 - O Rummel R. & Sneeuw N. - Towards dedicated satellite gravity field missions.
S2.2-05 - O Kenyon S. C. - The development by the National Imagery and Mapping Agency of a global surface gravity anomaly database for the EGM96 geopotential model and future applications.
Poster session - 1 minute for presentation
S2.2-06 - P Moreaux G.; Barriot J. P. & Amodei L. - A harmonic spline model for local estimation of planetary gravity fields from line-of-sight acceleration data.
S2.2-07 - P Petrovskaya M. S. - Quadrature formulas for the determination of the global geopotential coefficients from stellite gradiometry missions.
S2.2-08 - P Medvedev P. P.; Pleshakov D. I. & Zueva A. N. - Final results of the mean sea surface and gravity anomalies determination with the use of Russian satellite altimetry data from Geoik.
S2.2-09 - P Pavlis N. K. - Observed inconsistencies between satellite-only and surface gravity-only geopotential models.
S2.2-10 - P Knudsen P. & Andersen O. B. - Global marine gravity and mean sea surface from multi mission satellite altimetry.
S2.2-11 - P Wang Y. M. - Sea surface height variability determination and correction for the non-repeat geodetic altimeter missions.
S2.2-12 - P Klokocnik J. & Wagner C. A. - Typology of satellite altimetric crossovers.
S2.2-13 - P Li J. & Chao D. - The recovery of gravity anomalies using satellite altimeter data.
S2.2-14 - P Dowson M. & Berry P. A. M. - Geodetic application of ERS-1 altimeter data over land.
S2.2-15 - P Berry P. A. M.; Leigh M.; McRobb S.; Abraham A. A. & Bennett J. - Use of ERS-1 land altimetry to validate the Globe global digital elevation model.
S2.2-16 - P Berry P. A. M. & Jasper A. - Generating orthometric heights from the ERS-1 altimeter geodetic mission dataset: Results from an expert systems approach.
S2.2-17 - P Arabelos D. - On the possibility to estimate ocean bottom topography from marine gravity and satellite altimeter data using collocation.
S2.2-18 - P Liebsch G. & Dietrich R. - Sea level variations measured by TOPEX/POSEIDON and by tide gauges: A validation study in the southern Baltic.
S2.2-19 - P Wang H.; Lu Y.; Hsu H. & Wang G. - Geoid undulations and gravity anomalies from altimeter data in the China sea and vicinity.
S2.2-20 - P Barzaghi R.; Sansó F. & Venuti G. - SST estimation using ERS-1 and Topex-Poseidon data in the central Mediterranean area.
2.2-21 - P Tziavos I. N.; Forsberg R.; Sideris M. G.; Li J. & Andritsanos V. - A comparison of satellite altimetry methods for the recovery of gravity field anomalies.


Session 2.3 - The Geoid - Theory and Methods
Friday - September 6, 10:00 - 11:30
Chaiman: Peter Holota and Gysen van H.


S2.3-01 - O Kotsakis C. & Sideris M. G. - Application of multiresolution filtering in Geoid determination.
S2.3-02 - O Benciolini B. & Zatelli P. - The use of the fast wavelet transform in the local computation of the geoid.
S2.3-03 - O Keller W. - Geoid computation by collocation in wavelet-spaces.
S2.3-04 - O Sciaretta C.; Sansó F. & Vespe F. - New formulas for the terrarin correction.
S2.3-05 - O Vanícek P.; Veronneau M. & Martinec Z. - Determination of mean Helmert's anomalies on the geoid.
Poster session - 1 minute for presentation
S2.3-06 - P Kusche J.; Ilk K.H.; Rudolph S. & Thalhammer M. - Application of spherical wavelets for regional gravity field recovery - a comparative study.
S2.3-07 - P Grafarend E.W. - High resolution regional geoid determination based on gravity potential and modulus of gravity data: case study Baden-Württemberg.
S2.3-08 - P Luo Z.; Ning J. & Chao D. - Overdetermined gravity gradiometry boundary value problem: Theory and simulation.
S2.3-09 - P Papp G. & Wang Z. T. - Truncation effects in using spherical harmonic expansions for forward local gravity field modelling.
S2.3-10 - P Sansó F. & Sona G. - Spherical harmonic covariances estimation.
S2.3-11 - P Albertella A. & Sansó F. - The Slepian problem on the sphere.
S2.3-12 - P Shen W. - Explorations on the Earth's relativistic gravity field.
S2.3-13 - P Abd-Elmotaal H. A. - An efficient technique for the computation of the gravimetric quantities from geopotential Earth models.
S2.3-14 - P Jekeli C. - The edge effect versus cyclic convolutions errors in geodetic convolutions by DFT.
S2.3-15 - P Li J. & Ning J. - Comments on two dimensional convolutions of the geodetic problems in planar and sphericl coordinates.
S2.3-16 - P Vajda P. & Vanícek P. - Analytical interpretation of the synthetic truncated geoid generated by one point mass anomaly.
S2.3-17 - P Vanícek P. & Featherstone W. E. - To modify or not to modify?
S2.3-18 - P Forsberg R. & Featherstone W. E. - Geoids and cap sizes.
S2.3-19 - P Featherstone W. E. & Sideris M. G. - Modified Kernels in spectral geoid determination.
S2.3-20 - P Higgins M., Forsberg R. & Kearsley A. H. W. - The effect of varying cap sizes on geoid computations - experiences with FFT's and ring integration.
S2.3-21 - P Kirby J. F. & Forsberg R. - A comparison of techniques for the integration of satellite altimeter and surface gravity data for geoid determination.
S2.3-22 - P Strykowski G. & Forsberg R. - Operational merging of satellite, airborne and surface gravity data by draping techniques.
S2.3-23 - P Strykowski G. - Geoid and mass density - Why and How?
S2.3-24 - P Papp G., Kalmár J. & Juhász J. - Determination and evaluation of the lithospheric geoid in the Pannonian Basin, Hungary.
S2.3-25 - P Papp G. & Benedek J. - Plumblines, normals and horizontal coordinates. A case study in the Pannonian Basin.
S2.3-26 - P Bulychev A.; Gainanov A.; Gilod D.; Mazo E. & Shreider A. - Application of the geoid height field for investigation of the lithosphere density structure (South Atlantic, Bouvet triple Junction).


Session 2.4 - Regional geoids and the gravity field in South and Central America
Friday - September 6, 11:45 - 13:15
Chaiman: Denizar Blitzkow and René Forsberg.


S2.4-01 - O Denker H. & Torge W. - The European gravimetric quasigeoid EGG97 - An IAG supported continental enterprise.
S2.4-02 - O Kuroishi Y. - Improvement on gravimetric geoid of Japan.
S2.4-03 - O Blitzkow D.; Lobianco M. C. B. & Fairhead J. D. - Efforts toward a 10' geoid for South America.
S2.4-04 - O Font G.; Pacino M. C. ; Blitzkow D. & Tocho C. - A preliminary geoid model for Argentina.
S2.4-05 - O Navarro A. H. - Project to geoid determination in the Mexican area.
Poster session - 1 minute for presentation
S2.4-06 - P Merry C. L. - Comparison of Geoid Models for the Western Cape Province, South Africa.
S2.4-07 - P Saburi J. - The free air gravity anomaly map of Tanzania and its accuracy.
S2.4-08 - P Li J., Liu J.; Chao D. & Cui M. - High resolution geoid determination in the area of Talimu.
S2.4-09 - P Catalao J. C. & Sevilla M. J. - Geoid studies in the north-east Atlantic (Azores-Portugal).
S2.4-10 - P Sevilla M. J.; Vieira R. & Araña V. - The Canarian geoid: geodynamic implications.
S2.4-11 - P Kenyeres A. - Five years of geoid determination in Hungary.
S2.4-12 - P Ihde J.; Schirmer U.; Stefani F. & Töppe F. - The new german geoid derived by gravity, GPS and levelling.
S2.4-13 - P Barzaghi R.; Sansó F.; Sona G.; Surace L.; Pieriozzi M. & Coticchia A. - The final assessment of the precision of ITALGEO95
S2.4-14 - P Kahlouches S.; Kariche M. I. & Benahmed Daho S. A. - Comparison between altimetric and gravimetric geoid in the South - West Mediterranean basin.
S2.4-15 - P Alnagger D. S. & Shaker A. A. - Potential of Egyptian national gravity standardization network for geoid determination.
S2.4-16 - P Bouziane M., Kahlouche S. - A preliminary gravimetric quasi-geoid for Algeria.
S2.4-17 - P Benahmed Daho S. A. & Kahlouche S. - The gravimetric geoid in Algeria: First Results.
S2.4-18 - P Aarizou M. - Local gravimetric geoid determination - A case study: Algeria.
S2.4-19 - P Lyszkowicz A.& Wahiba A. A. - The gravimetric geoid for Libya.
S2.4-20 - P Lobianco M. C. B.; Blitzkow D.; Green C. M. & Daniel R. - Towards a better digital terrain model for South America.
S2.4-21 - P Sá N. C. de - A topographic model of Brazil computed from new elevation data: preliminary results.
S2.4-22 - P Liberal L. M. - The geoid referred to the world ellipsoid WGS-84 and its evaluation to the International ellipsoid PSAD-56.
S2.4-23 - P Pacino M. C.; Font G. & Blitzkow D. - Data processing for a geoid model in Argentina.
S2.4-24 - P Perdomo R.; Mondinalli C. & Del Cogliano D - Decimetric geoid for Buenos Aires province based on GPS and global models.
S2.4-25 - P Rodríguez L. M. S.; Díaz W. A. M. & Muñoz J. A. F. - The geoid determination for Columbia.
S2.4-26 - P Wildermann E.; Hoyer M. & Acuña G. - Regional geoid determination at the western part of Venezuela.




Symposium 3: Geodynamics (Convener: Martine Feissel).
Session 3.1 - Ten years of Reference Frames and Earth Rotation Work in IERS
Chairman: Christoph Reigber
September 3: 14:30 - 17:45


S3.1-01 - I Ma C. & Ryan J. W. - The contribution of VLBI to the IERS.
S3.1-02 - P Cretaux J. F.; Soudarin L.; Cazenave A. & Bouille F. - Absolute positioning with the DORIS system and polar motion determination.
S3.1-03 - P Schutz B. - The contribution of Laser to IERS.
S3.1-04 - P Melbourne B. - The contribution of GPS to IERS.
S3.1-05 - I Boucher C. - ITRF, past present and future.
s3.1-06 - I Gambis D. - Earth orientation results of IERS.
S3.1-07 - P Jinling L.; Dawei Z. - The free core nutation from VLBI observations.


Session 3.2 - Monitoring global deformations


3.2-01 - O Schutz B. E. - Laser altimetry for polar ice sheet mass balance.
3.2-02 - O Cretaux J. F.; Soudarin L.; Cazenave A. & Bouille F. - DORIS result in large scale tectonic plate motion and regional kinematics.
Coffee break: 16:00 - 16:15
S3.2-03 - O Shuhua Y. - Present status of the Asia-Pacific space geodinamics (APSG).
S3.2-04 - O Chen J. Y. - An integrated crustal movement monitoring network in China.
S3.2-05 - O Kaufman M.; Sinenko L.; Yunoshev L.; Zalutsky V. & Zykin L. - A project on monitoring the loading effects of supporting sites of the fundamental Earth coordinate system in Russia as an integral part of the ITRF.
S3.2-06 - P Koyama Y. - VLBI, SLR and GPS observations in the Key Stone Project.
S3.2-07 - P Prilepin M. T. - GPS networks design and data processing strategies for earthquake prediction.
S3.2-08 - P Sledzinski J. - Cooperation of the sixteen CEI (Central European Initiative) countries in geodesy and geodynamics.
S3.2-09 - P Tealeb A. - Programs for recent crustal movement studies in Egypt.
S3.2-10 - P Kahlouche S.; Touam S. & Anzidei M. - Integration of GPS Algerian sites in west Mediterranean geodynamical studies - case of tyrgeonet project.


Session 3.3 - Combination of global space geodetic measurements


S3.2-11 - O Kaniuth K.; Müller H. & Tremel H. - Adjustment of a European combined GPS-SLR-VLBI fundamental network.
S3.2-12 - O Drewes H. - Combination of VLBI, SLR and GPS determined station velocities for actual plate kinematic and crustal deformation models.
S3.3-13 - O Biancale R.; Lemoine J. M.; Marty J. C.; Moynot B.; Barlier F.; Boudon Y.; Exertier P.; Schwintzer P.; Bode A.; Enninghost K.; Kang Z.; Massmann F. H.; Raimondo J. C. & Reigber C. - The GRIM5 Reference Frame.
S3.3-14 - P Schlüter W.; Böer A.; Dassing R.; Hase H.; Kilger R. Seeger H. & Sperber P. - The TIGO-Project - Concept - Status - Plans.
S3.3-15 - P Gross R. S.; Boggs D. H.; Dickey J. O.; Oliveau S. H.; Runge T. F. & Steppe J. A. - Tempo: determining, combining and predicting Earth orientation parameters for spacecraft navigation.




Session 3.4 - Combination of space observations with other observations of deformations
Convenor: Raul Perdomo
September 4: 10:00 - 13:15


S3.4-01 - I Peltier W. R. - Space geodetic constraints on global sea level rise.
S3.4-02 - O Freitas S. R.; Santos M. C.; Cordini J. & Maroni E. - Multi-parametric experiment for observing crustal deformations in southern Brazil.
S3.4-03 - O Liu J.; Xu C.; Song C. & Cai H. - The determination of motion rates of blocks in Qinghai-Tibet plateau by GPS measurements.
S3.4-04 - P Tobita M.; Jujiwara S.; Ozawa S.; Nakagawa H.; Nitta K. & Murakami M - Detection of crustal deformations by SAR interferometry in combination with dense GPS array.
S3.4-05 - P Liu Q. & Parm T. - Modelling vertical crustal deformation in time and position domains, inferred from GPS levelling.
S3.4-06 - P Tanaka T.; Nakano T.; Hoso Y.; Hirahara K.; Mousa A. E. K.; Hayashi T.; Suemine A. & Yabe S. - Comparison of crustal deformations observed with GPS and strainmeters/tiltmeters.
S3.4-07 - P Chen R.; Chen J. Y. - Present-day kinematics of central Asia derived by joint inversion of geological and geodetic data.
S3.4-08 - P Hui H. - Application of the anomaly of astrometric observations to earthquke prediction study.
S3.4-09 - P Yanben H. & Zihan L. - Interdisciplinary studies of astronomical factors and earthquakes in China.
S3.4-10 - P Xiaoming L. Zuouzeng Y. & Hui H. - Research for positional characteristics of celestial objects in earthquake occurences.
S3.4-11 - P Jing T. - The relation between seismicity and time-latitude residual in the area of San Juan in Argentina.


Session 3.5 - Crustal deformations in South America, Asia and Africa
Convener: A. Cazenave


3.5-01 - O Altiner Y.; Habrich H.; Kahveci M.; Kaplan M. Rasic L.; Salk M. & Seeger H. - GPS observations on the Anatolian Peninsula for the determination of internal deformations.
3.5-02 - O Kimata F.; Tealeb A.; Murakami H.; Furukawa N.; Khalil H.; Sakr K. O.; Hamdy A. M. & Mahmoud S. - The Aqaba earthquake of November 22, 1995 and co-seismic deformation in Sinai Peninsula, deduced from repeated GPS measurements.
Coffee break: 11:30 - 11:45
S3.5-03 - P Ozawa S.; Tobita M.; Fujiwara S.; Nakagawa H.; Nita K. & Murakami M.; - Fault model of the 1995 north Sakhalin earthquake based on SAR interferogram.
S3.5-04 - P Cogliano D.; Hormaechea J. L. & Perdomo R. - No relative movements between South America and Scotia plates
S3.5-05 - P Caamaño M. C.; Ravazzoli C. L. & Rodriguez R. - A numerical model for the study of the load effect of the water in the area of the river plate.
S3.5-06 - P Kaniuth K.; Drewes H.; Stuber K.; Tremel H.; Hernandez N.; Hoyer M.; Wildermann E.; Kahle H. G. & Straub C. - Crustal deformation along the Caribbean-South American plate boundary derived from the CASA GPS project.
S3.5-07 - P Ghezali B.; Kahlouche S. & Cifuentes G. - Geodetic baseline adjustment by VLBI technique.
S3.5-16 - P Quintero W. - A preliminary crustal model of the Colombian Andes.
S3.5-17 - P Sun F.; Zhao M.; Chao D. & Ning J. - Global plate motion parameters from VLBI, SLR and GPS data.


Session 3.6 - Variations of geopotential and geocentre


S3.6-01 - I Dickey J. O.; Dong D. & Gross R. S. - Temporal variation of the geopotential: processes and interactions among the Earth's subsystems.
S3.6-02 - O Chao B. F. - On geopotential and geocenter variations of the atmosphere-hydrosphere-solid Earth system.
S3.6-03 - O Grafarend E. W. - The spacetime gravitational field of a deformable body.
S3.6-04 - P Chao B.; Lemoine F.; Klosko S. M - Time varying geopotential effects observed with SLR.
S3.6-05 P Soudarin L.; Crétaux J. F. Cazenave A. & Bouillé F. - Time variation of the geocenter detected by DORIS.
S3.6-06 - P Ray J. - IERS analysis campaign to investigate motions of the geocenter.
S3.6-07 - P Brzezinski A.; Bizouard C. & Petrov S. - Excitation of nutation as deduced from results of the recent atmospheric reanalysis project.
S3.6-8 - P Nastula J. - The influence of regional atmospheric contributions on the polar motion and effective atmospheric angular momentum excitation functions.
S3.6-10 - P Nastula J.; Kotreleva O.; Kolaczek B. & Kosec W. - Time-spectral characteristics of the pressure term of the EAAM excitation functions in some geographic regions.
S3.6-11 - P Kulkarni M. N.; Adam J.; Fejes S.; Frey S.; Kampes B.; Zheng Y. & Hu. X.- Geodesy demonstration experiment (GEDEX) for space VLBI: state of the art and software development.




Special Session 1: Saturday - September 6
Convener: Ivan I. Mueller
1st. Session 10:00 - 11:30


SS1-01 - I/P Baer B. & Ihde J. - IAG Bibliographic Service: objective, contents and mode of operation.
SS1-02 - I/P Balmino G.; Balma G.; Sarrailh M. & Toustou D. - BGI: Present and prospects.
SS1-03 - I/P Martine Feissel - The Internacional Earth Rotation Service, IERS.
SS1-04 - I/P Francis O. - The Internacional Centre for Earth Tides (ICET).
SS1-05 - P Ihde J.; Beyer L. & Reinhold A.. - Mean Sean Level observations in O'Higgins, Antarctica.
SS1-06 - P Thorandt V.; Ullrich D. Ihde J.; Campbell J. & Nothnagel A. - Earth orientation parameter analysis from VLBI data.


11:30 - 11:45 - Coffee break.
2nd Session: 11:45 - 13:15


SS1-07 - I/P Neilan R. E.; Beutler G. & Kouba J. - The International GPS Service in 1997: 5 years of practical experience; 3 years of oficial IAG service.
SS1-08 - I/P Sansó F. - Activities at the IGeS.
SS1-09 - P Thomas C. - Time activities at the BIPM.
SS1-10 - I/P Arabelos D.; Haagmans R.; Knudsen P.; Nielsen J.; Sansó F.; Suenkel H. & Tscherning C. C.- Computer supported cooperation - the future of the IAG information service and of cooperation within IAG.
SS1-11 - I/P Woodworth P. L. - The permanent service for Mean Sea Level.


Special Session 2




SS2-01 - I Peltier W. R. - The Ice-Age geodynamics of Antarctica.
SS2-02 - O Capra A.; Frezzotti M.; Radicioni F. & Vittuari L. - GPS for ice sheets movement monitoring and grounding line detection.
SS2-03 - O Capra A.; Radicioni F. & Vittuari L. - Italian geodetic network as reference frame for geodynamics purposes.
SS2-04 - O Dietrich R.; Dach R.; Perlt J.; Schenke H. W.; Schöne T.; Pohl M.; Seeber G.; Menge F.; Soltau G.; Engelhardt F.; Mikolaiski H. W.; Niemeier W.; Salbach H.; Lindner K.; Kutterer H. J. & Mayer M. - The SCAR GPS campaigns: accurate geodetic reference in Antarctica.
SS2-05 - O Hothem L. D.; Whillans I. M. & Wilson T. J. - The South Victoria Land transantarctic mountains deformation monitoring network: Initial results for the 1996 GPS campaign.
SS2-06 - O Ihde J.; Reinhold A.; Seeger H.; Soltau G. & Wojdziak R. - The contribution of the geodetic observatory O'Higgins to the realization of a geodetic frame in Antarctica.
SS2-07 - O Jones P. - A new free air anomaly map of the Antarctic Peninsula.
SS2-08 - O or P Korth K.; Dietrich R.; Reitmayr G. & Damm V. - Regional geoid improvement based on surface gravity data.
SS2-09 - O Subiza W. H.; Rovera H. & Melconian J. - Uruguayan contributions to the Antarctic geodesy.
SS2-10 - O Wingham D. J.; Ridout A. L. & Arthern R. J. - Elevation changes in Antarctica 1992-1996: Implications for ice sheet mass balance.
SS2-11 - P Andersen O. B.; Forsberg R. & Knudsen P. - Comparison of recent altimetric and shipborne gravity over ice-covered and ice-free polar seas.
SS2-12 - P Dietrich R.; Dach R.; Korth W.; Metzig R. & Perlt J. - Ice-ocean-solid Earth interactions in Dronning Maud Land/Antarctica: A geodetic approach to solve open questions.
SS2-13 - P Koichiro D. & Shibuya K. - SAR data acquisitions at the Syowa station in Antarctica.
SS2-14 - P Mäkinen J. - Absolute gravimetry in the Antarctic: effects of close-range ice and snow cover.
SS2-15 - P Schutz B. E. - Laser altimetry for Polar ice sheet mass balance.


Business Meeting


Special Commission 3: Fundamental constants - Erwin Groten. - Thursday - September 4: Lunch time.
IERS Directing Board - Martine Feissel - Thursday - September 4: 14:00 - 17:45.
Commission on Recent Crutal Movement (CRCM) - Torao Tanaka - Friday - September 5: Lunch time.
SIRGAS Project - Luiz Paulo Souto Fortes - Saturday - September 6: 10:00 - 11:30
Sub-Commission for the Geoid in South America (SCGSA) - Denizar Blitzkow - Saturday - September 6: 11:45-13:00
SSG 3.163 - Demitrios Arabelos - Saturday - September 6: 17:00 -Hotel Miramar.
GALOS - Petr Vanicek - Monday - September 6: Lunch time.
IERS Technical discussions - Martine Feissel - Friday - September 5: 14:30 - 17:45.
IGS meeting - Ruth Neilan - : Friday - September 5: 10:00 - 13:15 and 14:30 - 17:45.

Informations on poster presentation


There will be two poster sessions: Friday - September 6 and Monday - September 8. The first poster session will include papers from Symposiums S2 and S3. The second poster session includes papers from S1, SS1 and SS2. The authors can organize the presentation in the board early in the morning in the day of the session. The size of the board is 1.0 m width by 2.2 m height.


Papers presentation for publication by Springer-Verlag.

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