Workshop registration and information will be able throughout the week in Ramo Auditorium on the Caltech campus.

Monday, 23 June
TimeEventLocationPresenter
08:00-09:00RegistrationRamo Auditorium 
09:00-10:30 Welcome PY01: Plenary SessionRamo AuditoriumShailen Desai
09:00Workshop LogisticsRamo AuditoriumAllison Craddock
09:05Welcome from JPL Deputy DirectorRamo AuditoriumLarry James
09:20NASA WelcomeRamo AuditoriumJohn Labrecque
09:35An Exciting and Challenging Future after Twenty Years of ServiceRamo AuditoriumUrs Hugentobler
09:55IGS Current and Future ChallengesRamo AuditoriumTim Springer
10:15The IGS: A First Class IAG ServiceRamo AuditoriumChris Rizos
10:30-11:00BreakRamo Auditorium Patio 
11:00-12:30 Plenary PY02: Celebrating 20 Years of Operational IGS ServiceRamo AuditoriumMarkus Rothacher
Ruth Neilan
11:00
Planning the IGS.
Ramo AuditoriumIvan Mueller
11:20
The International GNSS Service: Development onnce 1991
Ramo AuditoriumGerhard Beutler
11:40
Science Applications enabled by the IGS/GGOS
Ramo AuditoriumMarkus Rothacher
12:00
Preparing for the Future - The IGS in a Multi-GNSS World
Ramo AuditoriumOliver Montenbruck
12:20
Day–to-day with the IGS
Ramo AuditoriumRuth Neilan
12:30-14:00LunchCaltech Cafeteria (Chandler Café)
14:00-15:30 Plenary PY03: IGS Real-Time Service on the way to FOCRamo AuditoriumMark Caissy
Loukis Agrotis
14:00
The IGS Real-Time Service -- A Status Update
Ramo AuditoriumMark Caissy
14:15
PPP with Ambiguity Resolution (AR) using RTCM-SSR
Ramo AuditoriumGerhard Wübbena
14:30
GNSS real-time developments at GFZ
Ramo AuditoriumMathias Fritsche
14:45
Exploitation of IGS Real-Time Products for Tropospheric Monitoring
Ramo AuditoriumRosa Pacione
15:00
Real-time global electron content determination thanks to the RT-IGS global network datastreams
Ramo AuditoriumManuel Hernandez-Pajares
15:15
Real-time GNSS for natural hazards: Early warning and monitoring systems
Ramo AuditoriumYehuda Bock
15:30-16:00BreakRamo Auditorium Patio
16:00-17:30 Splinter Session 1: real-time, orbit modeling, bias and calibrationVariousVarious
 Real-TimeArms 155 (Sharp Lecture Hall)Loukis Agrotis
 Orbit ModelingGuggenheim 101 (Lees Kubota Lecture Hall)Marek Ziebart
 Bias and CalibrationNoyes 147Stefan Schaer
19:00-21:00Icebreaker Reception and Ignite PresentationsNoor RestaurantLOC
Tuesday, 24 June
TimeEventLocationPresenter
09:00-10:30Plenary PY04: Reprocessing and Reference FrameRamo AuditoriumJake Griffith
Paul Rebischung
09:00
IGS 2nd Reprocessing at GFZ
Ramo AuditoriumZhiguo Deng
09:15
Time Variable Gravity in GRGS REPRO2 solution
Ramo AuditoriumLoyer Sylvain
09:30
ESA Reprocessing: Advances in GNSS analysis
Ramo AuditoriumTim Springer
09:45
GNSS orbits and ERPs from CODE’s repro2 solutions
Ramo AuditoriumSimon Lutz
10:00
ITRF2013: IGS contribution and early results
Ramo AuditoriumZuheir Altamimi
10:15
Terrestrial Reference Frame from Combined Precise Orbit Determination of GPS, GRACE, and LAGEOS
Ramo AuditoriumJan Weiss
10:30-11:00BreakRamo Auditorium Patio
11:00-12:30 Plenary PY05: Orbit and Modeling Effects in IGS ProductsRamo AuditoriumTim Springer
Marek Ziebart
11:00
Modeling and estimating the orbits of GNSS: Key principles in history and future
Ramo AuditoriumGerhard Beutler
11:30
Orbit and Attitude Modeling at the JPL Analysis Center
Ramo AuditoriumJan Weiss
12:00
Estimating the geocenter from GNSS data
Ramo AuditoriumRolf Dach
Urs Hugentobler
12:30-14:00LunchCaltech Cafeteria (Chandler Café)
14:00-15:30 Plenary PY06: Infrastructure and CalibrationRamo AuditoriumIgnacio Romero
Ralf Schmid
14:00
Calibrating GNSS Satellite Antenna Group-Delay Variations using space and ground receivers
Ramo AuditoriumIrma Rodriguez Perez
14:20
RINEX Working Group Report
Ramo AuditoriumKen MacLeod
14:30
IGS Data Centers Status and Progress
Ramo AuditoriumCarey Noll
Fran Boler
14:40
IGS Infrastructure Status
Ramo AuditoriumNacho Romero
14:50
Experimental Results from “BigAnt”, a Large Format Antenna for High Quality Geodetic Ground Stations
Ramo AuditoriumGerald Mader
15:10
Stability of GNSS Monumentation: Analysis of Co-Located Monuments in the UNAVCO Plate Boundary Observatory
Ramo AuditoriumFrederick Blume
15:30-16:00BreakRamo Auditorium Patio
16:00-17:30 Splinter Session 2: analysis centers, reference frame, clock. ionosphereVariousVarious
 Analysis Centers, Reference Frame, ClockArms 155 (Sharp Lecture Hall)Jake Griffith
Paul Rebischung
 IonosphereGuggenheim 101 (Lees Kubota Lecture Hall)Andrzej Krankowski
Wednesday, 25 June
TimeEventLocationPresenter
09:00-10:30 Plenary PY07: Progress and Development of MGEXRamo AuditoriumOliver Montenbruck
Felix Perosanz
09:00
The IGS Multi-GNSS Experiment (MGEX)
Ramo AuditoriumOliver Montenbruck
09:10
MGEX Network and observation data
Ramo AuditoriumAxel Rülke
09:25
Orbit and Clock Determination – Galileo
Ramo AuditoriumLars Prange
09:45
Orbit and Clock Determination – QZSS
Ramo AuditoriumPeter Steigenberger
10:00
Orbit and Clock Determination – BeiDou
Ramo AuditoriumZhiguo Deng
10:15
Multi-GNSS Biases
Ramo AuditoriumOliver Montenbruck
10:30-11:00BreakRamo Auditorium Patio
11:00-12:30 Poster Session 1: PS01, PS04, PS08, PS09, PS10Dabney LoungeVarious
12:30-14:00LunchCaltech Cafeteria (Chandler Café)
14:00-15:30 Poster Session 2: PS02, PS05, PS11, PS12Dabney LoungeVarious
15:30-16:00BreakRamo Auditorium Patio
16:00-17:30 Splinter Session 3: MGEX, Infrastructure, troposphereVariousVarious
 MGEXArms 155 (Sharp Lecture Hall)Oliver Montenbruck
 InfrastructureGuggenheim 101 (Lees Kubota Lecture Hall)Ignacio Romero
 TroposphereNoyes 147Christine Hackman
19:00-21:00Workshop DinnerNoor Restaurant
Thursday, 26 June
TimeEventLocationPresenter
09:00-10:30Plenary PY08: Ionosphere Modelling and Related GNSS-BiasesRamo AuditoriumAndrzej Krankowski
Stefan Schaer
09:00
Current and future IGS Iono WG activities, new IGS iono product – monitoring of TEC fluctuations
Ramo AuditoriumAndrzej Krankowski
09:12
The multi instrument radio diagnostics as a new tool for improved the GNSS services.
Ramo AuditoriumHanna Rothkaehl
09:24
The NeQuick model: characteristics and uses
Ramo AuditoriumBruno Nava
09:36
Using GNSS Tracking Networks to Map Global Ionospehric Irregularities and Scintillation
Ramo AuditoriumXiaoqing Pi
09:50
Biases Relevant to GPS and GLONASS Data Processing
Ramo AuditoriumStefan Schaer
10:10
Differential Code Bias Estimation for New Signals and Constellations
Ramo AuditoriumOliver Montenbruck
10:30-11:00BreakRamo Auditorium Patio
11:00-12:30 Plenary PY09: Troposphere Modelling and Other ApplicationsRamo AuditoriumChristine Hackman
Charles Meertens
11:00
2-5 min very short introduction on IGS tropo products/activities.
Ramo AuditoriumChristine Hackman
11:05
Development towards inter-technique tropospheric parameter comparisons and their exploitation
Ramo AuditoriumJan Douša
11:20
Global Water Vapor Trend and its Diurnal Asymmetry during 1995-2011 Based on GPS, Radiosonde and Microwave Satellite Measurements
Ramo AuditoriumJunhong (June) Wang
11:35
COST Action ES1206: Advanced GNSS Tropospheric Products for Monitoring Severe Weather Events and Climate (GNSS4SWEC)
Ramo AuditoriumGuergana Guerova
11:50
Detecting topological dark matter with GNSS
Ramo AuditoriumGeoffrey Blewitt
12:10
From the earthquake cycle to mantle structure – current and future uses of dense GPS.
Ramo AuditoriumMark Simons
12:30-14:00LunchCaltech Cafeteria (Chandler Café)
14:00-15:30 Poster Session 3: PS03, PS06, PS07, PS13, PS14Dabney LoungeVarious
15:30-16:00BreakRamo Auditorium Patio
16:00-17:30 Splinter Session 4: Antenna, TIGA, Data centerVariousVarious
 AntennaArms 155 (Sharp Lecture Hall)Ralf Schmid
 TIGAGuggenheim 101 (Lees Kubota Lecture Hall)Tilo Schöne
 Data CenterNoyes 147Carey Noll
17:30-19:30Anniversary Colloquium: Celebrating 20 Years of ServiceDabney Gardens and Lounge
Friday, 27 June
TimeEventLocationPresenter
09:00-10:30 Plenary PY10: Theory and Applications of GNSS ProcessingRamo AuditoriumNorman Teferle
Tilo Schöne
09:00
Impact of temporal gravity field parameters determined from GNSS satellites on the GNSS-derived Earth rotation parameters
Ramo AuditoriumKrzysztof Sosnica
09:18
GNSS Clocks: Challenges and Developments
Ramo AuditoriumRobert Tjoelker
09:36
Ambiguity resolution in precise point positioning: benefits and challenges from multi-constellation and multi-frequency GNSS signals
Ramo AuditoriumJianghui Geng
09:54
Space Geodesy Core Sites and Role of GNSS
Ramo AuditoriumMichael Pearlman
10:12
Application of Technical Advances in Vertical GNSS Positioning to California Water Variations and Antarctica Postglacial Rebound
Ramo AuditoriumDonald Argus
10:30-11:00BreakRamo Auditorium Patio
11:00-12:30Closing Session: Splinter working group reports and recommendationsRamo AuditoriumUrs Hugentobler
12:30-14:00LunchCaltech Cafeteria (Chandler Café)
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