Presents
P01 - Opening Session - Zuheir Altamimi
Opening SessionZ. Altamimi
Welcome and Symposium focusZ. Altamimi
Geodetic Reference Frames - 40 years of technological progress and of international cooperation (1970-2010)C. Boucher
IGN GreetingsP. Parise
IGN GreetingsM. Sideris
P02 - Theory and realization of global terrestrial reference systems P1 - Claude Boucher
ITRF combination - theoretical and practical considerations and lessons from ITRF2008Z. Altamimi
Global Reference Frames A survey of current research activitiesC. Boucher
Report from GRGS ILRS AC on the ITRF2008 evaluationF. Deleflie
Dependence of IGS Products on the ITRF DatumJ. Ray
Earth rotation parameters dertermined over CONT08 VLBI campaign by the GRGS from the combination of space geodetic techniquesJ. Richard
Accuracy assessment of ITRF2008DM. Seitz
P03 - Interaction between the celestial and the terrestrial reference frames - Harald Schuh
The impact of the new IAU resolutions on ICRF definition and realizationN. Capitaine
Effects of ICRF2 on the TRF, CRF and EOP'sD. Gordon
Systematic inconsistencies between VLBI CRF and TRF solutions caused by different analysis optionsR. Heinkelmann
Terrestrial and celestial reference frames - synergy and mutual impactZ. Malkin
Simulated effects of the chosen analysis set-up on a VLBI determined TRF and CRFH. Plank
Systematic effects in the radio source proper motionO. Titov
P04 - Strengths, weaknesses, modelling standards and processing strategies of space geodetic techniques P1 - Markus Rothacher
A priori gradients in the analysis of space geodetic observationsJ. Bohm
Validation of modelled load deformation from continental water mass and atmospheric pressure variations using GPSM. Fritsche
Standards and conventions relevant for the ITRFU. Hugentobler
P05 - Definition, establishment, maintenance and integration of regional reference Frames P1 - Joao Torres
EUREF and its Contribution to the European Geodetic InfrastructureC. Bruyninx
P06 - Definition, establishment, maintenance and integration of regional reference Frames P2 - Joao Torres
The first insight into station velocities in Republic of SerbiaD. Blagojevic
SIRGAS - the geodetic reference frame in Latin America and the CaribbeanC. Brunini
The African Geodetic Reference FrameL. Combrinck
Regional reference frames for North America - Current status and future plans of Subcommission SC13cM. Craymer
Local ties at fundamental stationsU. Kallio
Regional Densification of the ITRF with Merging Global and Regional SolutionsA. Kenyeres
Long-term stability of the SIRGAS Reference Frame and episodic station Movements caused by the seismic activity in the SIRGAS regionL. Sanchez
Sustainability of the SIRGAS Reference FrameL. Sanchez
P07 - Definition, establishment, maintenance and integration of regional reference Frames P2 - Mike Craymer
IAG SC13 Working Group on Regional Dense Velocity Fields - First Results and Steps AheadC. Bruyninx
The Asia-Pacific Reference Frame (APREF)J. Dawson
Reanalysis of GPS data for a large and dense regional network tied to a global frameJ. Griffiths
Limitations of Regional GNSS Networks for Geophysical and Geodynamical StudiesJ. Legrand
Status and Future of Regional Geodetic Observing SystemsM. Poutanen
P08 - Definition and Establishment of Vertical Reference Systems P1 - Michael Sideris
Fixed gravimetric BVP for a realization of vertical datumsR. Cunderlik
Inconsistencies of vertical positions of terrestrial gravity data and their impact on precise gravity field modellingZ. Faskova
Establishment of a unified global vertical datum – strategies and open problemsB. Heck
The Contribution of Global Gravitational Models to the Definition of a World Height SystemE. Pavlis
The height datum problem and the satellite missionsF. Sanso
P09 - Definition and Establishment of Vertical Reference Systems P2 - Johannes Ihde
The vertical datums of Australia and New ZealandS. Claessens
Concepts for the Realization of a World Height System – Theme 1 of the Global Geodetic Observing System (GGOS)J. Ihde
Combined Adjustment of GRACE and Geodetic Observations of Vertical Crustal Motion in the Great Lakes RegionE. Rangelova
Toward the unification of the vertical datum over the North American ContinentD. Smith
P10 - Definition and Establishment of Vertical Reference Systems P3 - Johannes Ihde
Corsica - an experiment for long-term altimeter calibration and sea level monitoringP. Bonnefond
The role of a conventional transformation model for vertical reference framesC. Kotsakis
Effects of astronomic tides and ocean tidal loading on leveling over long distance test study for JapanY. Kuroishi
Creation of vertical reference surfaces at sea using altimetry and GPSL. Pineau-Guillou
P11 - Poster Presentations
Vertical Datum and GPS Measurements in Jordan (Case Study)A. Al-Bayari
Comparison of latest global and local gravimetric geoid models with GPS and leveling geoidal undulations overY. Kuroishi
Towards a regional gravity model combining GOCE and ground data over France I Panet, J Van SantenI. Panet
Some Features of Topex and Poseidon data application in GravimetryY. Vinogradova
P12 - Strenghts, weaknesses, modelling standards and processing strategies of space geodetic techniques P2 - Peter Steigenberger
Evaluation of the scale rate of the GNSS Terrestrial Reference Frame using satellite antenna z-offsetsX. Collilieux
PyGPSCalc – an open source, web enabled software package for GPS baseline determination using code dataE. Eugen Gament
A Review of IDS Processing for ITRF2008 and Avenues for Future ImprovementsF. Lemoine
CNES-CLS IGS Analysis Center - Results and processing strategiesS. Loyer
Recent results from the IGS Reference Frame combinations and elaboration of IGS08P. Rebischung
Time-correlated GPS noise dependency on data time periodA. Santamaria- Gomez
P13 - Theory and realization of global terrestrial reference systems P2 - David Coulot
Geocenter Variations From Analysis of SLR dataJ. Cheng
IDS evaluation of ITRF2008F. Lemoine
Comparison of realizations of the terrestrial reference frameC. Ma
SLR Contribution to ITRF - Accuracy and Stability AssessmentE. Pavlis
P14 - Theory and realization of global terrestrial reference systems P3 - Claude Boucher
External Evaluation of the Origin and the Scale of the International Terrestrial Reference FrameX. Collilieux
Evaluation of the multi-technique combination strategy based on 14-parameter transformationD. Coulot
Continuous Cartesian Connections at Geodetic Fundamental StationsR. Haas
The new reference edition of the IERS ConventionsG. Petit
A review on local ties and co-location issuesP. Sarti
P15 - Usage and applications of reference frames in Geosciences P1 - Richard Gross, Frank Lemoine
The need of accurate reference frames for planetary scienceV. Dehant
Terrestrial Reference Frames for Sea-Level Studies - Experiences From Monitoring Tide Gauges in the British Isles using GPS and Absolute GravityD. Hansen
Use of Reference Frames for Interplanetary Navigation at JPLM. Heflin
The importance of an accurate terrestrial reference frame for glacial isostatic adjustment studiesR. Riva
P16 - Poster Presentations
Assessment of the 4-D SIRGAS ionospheric modelC. Brunini
Modified Allan variance in geodetic time series analysisZ. Malkin
Detection of loading signals over West Africa using permanent GPS stations S NahmaniS. Nahmani
Long-period, non-linear signals in GPS station positions and environmental parameters in the European and Mediterranean areaS. Zerbini
P17 - Usage and applications of reference frames in Geosciences P2 - Richard Gross, Frank Lemoine
The impact of geocenter secular motion on ITRF originL. Metivier
Iranian Permanent GPS network for crustal deformation monitoringH. Nankali
The role of the TRS in precision agriculture - DGPS with EGNOS and RTK Positioning using data from NTRIP streamsI. Osorio
P18 - Strenghts, weaknesses, modelling standards and processing strategies of space geodetic techniques P3 - Markus Rothacher
Why to combine at the Observation Level? R BiancaleR. Biancale
Combination of Space-Geodetic MeasurementsA. Pollet
Combination of GNSS and SLR using satellite co-locationsD. Thaller
Monitoring site stability at the SGFM. Wilkinson
P19 - Theory and realization of global terrestrial reference systems P4 - David Coulot
Alternative definitions and realizations of the terrestrial reference framesH. Drewes
AuScope - Measuring the Contemporary Deformation of the Australian CrustG. Johnston
The geodetic reference systems in the Inspire directiveJ. Torres
P20 - Strenghts, weaknesses, modelling standards and processing strategies of space geodetic techniques P4 - Peter Steigenberger
The automation of permanent networks monitoring - remarks and case studiesL. Biagi
Distributed processing systems for large geodetic solutionsH. Boomkamp
The ITRF2008 from a VLBI perspectiveA. Nothnagel
GNSS antenna array at the Geodetic Observatory WettzelP. Steigenberger
The Next Generation Lunar GeodesyD. Svehla
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