P01 - Plenary Talks
The International GNSS Service (IGS), Status and StrategyJ. Dow
FIG and IAG and IGS is a strong CombinationM. Lilje
Some Welcome Remarks - IGS WorkshopC. Rizos
IGS and GGOSM. Rothacher
P02 - Plenary Talks
ITRF2008 and the IGS ContributionZ. Altamimi
Benefits of the IGS-BIPM cooperation in international time keepingF. Arias
Role of Space Geodesy in Hazard Research and MonitoringR. Gross
GPS contributions to understanding global climate changeM. Thomas
P03 - Plenary Talks
Advances in GNSS EquipmentC. Humphreys
Real Time IGS Pilot Project (RT-PP) Status ReportK. MacLeod
Status of IGS Core ProductsJ. Ray
IGS Infrastructure Accomplishments and ChallengesI. Romero
P04 - Plenary Talks
Antenna chamber calibrations and antenna phase center variations for new and existing GNSS signalsM. Becker
Widelane biases, code-carrier phase biases, application to PPP ambiguity resolutionF. Mercier
CONGOO. Montenbruck
Biases in GNSS analysisS. Schaer
Combining GNSS signalsH. vander Marel
P05 - Plenary Talks
Teqc and the RINEX connection, past, present, and possible futureL. Estey
IGS CB activities towards improving network coordinationR. Neilan
Evaluation of the IGS flow of data (products and information) and steps aheadC. Noll
IGS network issues, confronting challengesI. Romero
Updated phase center corrections for satellite and receiver antennasR. Schmid
P06 - Plenary Talks
Introduction and RT analysis productsL. Agrotis
The GREAT Project, GPS real time earthquake and tsunami alert systemG. Blewitt
Towards Real-Time Detection of Tsunami in Deep Sea Waters for Early Warning Using GNSS BuoysO. Colombo
Towards PPP-RTK, Rapid Ambiguity Resolution in Precise Point PositioningJ. Geng
Real-time GIOVE Orbit-and Clock-Product Generation with RETICLEA. Hauschild
GNSS products for radio occulation soundings, present use and future requirementsC. Marquardt
Real-time and near real-time GPS-components for the Indonesian tsunami early warning system and IGS real-time products evaluationM. Ramatschi
Real-time PPP with RTKLIB and IGS real-time satellite orbit and clockT. Takasu
Real-time GPS and GLONASS processing, the G2 serviceJ. Tegedor
Infrastructure, data and formatsG. Weber
P07 - Plenary Talks
Combination of the reprocessed IGS Analysis Center SINEX solutionsR. Ferland
IGS reprocessing, summary of orbit-clock combination and first quality assessmentG. Gendt
External comparison of EOP resultsR. Gross
NAPEOST. Springer
EPOSM. Uhlemann
P08 - Plenary Talks
Modeling the GLONASS-M satellite yaw-attitude during eclipse seasonsF. Dilssner
Modelling Earth radiation pressure and its impact on GPS orbits and ground tracking stationsC. Rodriguez-Solano
A performance evaluation of GPS satellite solar radiation pressure modelsA. Sibthorpe
GIOVE A-B orbit determinationP. Steigenberger
Complete relativistic modelling of the GIOVE-B clock parameters and its impact on POD, track-to-track ambiguity resolution and precise timing applicationsD. Svehla
P09 - Plenary Talks
Status of ocean tide loading displacement modellingM. Bos
High-frequency tidal EOP from space geodesy and ocean modelingJ. Gipson
Earth's dynamic oblateness observed by GPSD. Lavallee
Recent developments in modelling atmospheric loading effects, topography, reference positions and S1-S2T. Van Dam
Non-tidal ocean loading effects on GPSS. Williams
P10 - Plenary Talks
Future prospects of troposphere delay modeling in GNSS analysisJ. Bohm
Results from IGS tropo product reanalysisS. Byun
Combination of near real-time tropospheric parameters by GPSR. Pacione
E-GVAP and usage of ground-based GNSS data in meteorologyH. Vedel
P11 - Plenary Talks
Present and future ionospheric productsA. Krankowski
Occultation TEC measurements from Formosat-3-COSMICT. Liu
Methods for correcting higher-order ionospheric effectsL. Petrie
Regional multi-dimensional modeling of the ionosphere from satellite dataM. Schmidt
P13 - Session I - Sea Level - Tilo Schoene
A methodological update of tide gauge, GPS estimates of altimeter drift ratesG. Mitchum
P13 - Session I - Sea Level - Tilo Schoene
Monitoring the vertical motion of the UK using GPS and absolute gravityR. Bingley
A comparison of absolute and relative vertical rates at the New Zealand cGPS-TG sitesP. Denys
Understanding the Late 20th Century Subsidence of New Orleans with Geodesy, Geology, and Tide GaugesR. Dokka
Geocentric sea level rise from global tide gauges and GPS data reanalysisM. King
Accuracy of the ULR4 global GPS vertical velocity field for geophysical applicationsA. Santamaria-Gomez
Reconstructing historical sea level anomalies from satellite altimetry and GPS-corrected tide gauge dataN. Schoen
GNSS-tide gauge in the German BightA. Sudau
P14 - Session II - Glacial Isostatic Adjustment - Jan Johansson
Distribution of present-day vertical deformation across the Southern Alps, New Zealand, from 10 years of continuous and semi-continuous GPS dataJ. Beavan
The consideration of material compressibility in GIA modellingV. Klemann
The search for the true crustal deformations in Fennoscandia from BIFROSTM. Lidberg
Elastic uplift in south west GreenlandK. Nielsen
DynaQlim project and the GIA modellingM. Poutanen
Optimal locations for GPS measurements in North America and northern Europe for constraining glacial isostatic adjustmentH. Steffen
Using observations of vertical land movement to improve models of glacial isostatic adjustment in AntarcticaP. Whitehouse
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