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Program (Schedule still being Developed)

Presentations (organized by session and last name of the first author) can be downloaded from here:

http://geophy.uni.lu/users/tonie.vandam/REFAG2014

 

Final Program

(The complete final program, with abstracts, and a list of participants can be downloaded from here.)

Monday 13-October

 

09:00 – 10:00 Registration at Hotel Melia

10:00 – 10:30 Coffee (and continuing Registration)

10:30-10:45  Welcome and Introduction, T. van Dam

10:45-11:15

Invited: Blewitt

Terrestrial reference frame requirements for studies of geodynamics and climate change

ORAL SESSION I: Reference Frame Theory and Concepts Chairs: Zuheir Altamimi and Athanasios Dermanis

Realization of TRFs and Theory

11:15-11:45

Invited:

Altamimi et al.

Status of ITRF2013 and early results

11:45-12:05

Chatzinikos and Dermanis

Different strategies assessment for reference frame definition and time series position analysis of a GPS network

Lunch Hotel Melia

13:30-13:50

Heflin et al.

Reference frame design choices

13:50-14:10

Svehla et al.

High-accuracy double-difference SLR approach with GNSS satellites for terrestrial reference frame realization

Theory

14:10-14:30

Kotsakis and Vatalis

Helmert transformation and the intra-frame covariance effect in frame alignment problems

Effects on TRF Determination

14:30-14:50

Invited: Nahmani et al. 

Assessing differences between existing non-tidal loading models

Coffee and Poster Viewing

15:30-15:50

Glaser et al.

Validation of components of local ties

 

15:50-16:10

Herring

Impacts of diurnal and semidiurnal models in GPS processing

16:10-16:30

Malkin

Impact of the galactic aberration on astrometric observations: Much ado about nothing?

16:30-16:50

Blossfeld et al.

Non-tidal atmospheric pressure loading corrections in global reference frame computations: a case study using SLR

POSTERS SESSION I: Reference Frame Theory and Concepts

Abbondanza et al.

JTRF2013: Preliminary analyses and results

Gazeaux et al. 

Segmentation of multiple GNSS coordinate series for an accurate determination of non-linear motions

 

 

 

Tuesday 14-October

 

Oral Session II: Geodetic Measurement Techniques

Chairs:  Jim Ray and Tom Herring

Multi-technique Error Sources

08:30-08:50

Petrov

Modeling of path delay in the neutral atmosphere: a paradigm shift 

Satellite Laser Ranging Developments

08:50-09:10

Luceri et al.

Overview of the ILRS contribution to the development of ITRF2013

09:10-09:30

Pavlis et al.

Modeling improvements in the ILRS reprocessing for ITRF2013

VLBI Developments

09:30-09:50

Bachmann et al.

IVS contribution to ITRF2013

Coffee and Poster Viewing

GNSS Developments

10:30-10:50

Arnold et al.

Impact of GNSS orbit modelling on reference frame parameters

10:50-11:10

Bar-Sever et al.

An Update on GRASP - a Mission to Improve the Terrestrial Reference Frame

EOP Results

11:10-11:30

Ray et al.

Frame-related polar motion errors

11:30-12:00

All

Poster Presentations

Lunch Break Melia Hotel

Solution Combination Issues

13:30-13:50

Poyard et al.

Co-location survey at Hartebeesthoek Radio Astronomy Observatory

13:50-14:10

Bogusz et al.

A comprehensive comparison of noises for GPS and SLR globally distributed co-located sites

14:10-14:40

Invited:

Thaller

Pre-combined GNSS-SLR Solutions: What could be the benefit for the ITRF?

14:40-15:00

Hobiger and Otsubo

Combination of space-geodetic techniques on the observation level with c5++ - common nuisance parameters, data weighting and computational challenges

Coffee and Poster Viewing

Surface Pressure Load Displacement Effects

15:30-15:50

Petrov

International Mass Loading Service

15:50-16:10

Roggenbuck et al.

Loading-induced deformation due to atmosphere, ocean and hydrology: Model comparisons and the impact on global SLR, VLBI and GNSS solutions

16:10-16:40

Contributors to WG 1.2

Report from the IAG Joint Working Group 1.2 on loading effects on the ITRF

16:40-17:00

All

Discussion

Posters Session II:  Geodetic Measurement Techniques

Schuh et al.

GGOS-SIM: simulation of the Global Geodetic Observing System

Garayt et al.

Status of the activity of the IGN survey operational group

Ning et al.

A GPS-based local-tie vector at the Onsala Space Observatory

Hellerschmied et al.

Scheduling VLBI observations to satellites with VieVS

Mayer et al.

VieVS 2.2: The new release of the Vienna VLBI Software (VieVS)

Kwak et al.

On the analysis of VLBI observations to GNSS satellites

Nilsson et al. 

Antenna axis offsets and their impact on VLBI derived reference frames

Landskron et al.

Refined tropospheric delay models for CONT11

Sidorov and Teferle

Impact of station GNSS antenna phase centre calibrations on satellite orbits and station coordinates: Preliminary results

 

Wednesday 15-October

 

ORAL SESSION: Celestial to Terrestrial Frame Transformations (Earth Orientation Parameters)

Chairs:  Johannes Boehm

International Celestial Reference Frame

08:30-09:00

Invited: Jacobs and the ICRF-3 working Group

The ICRF-3: Status, plans, and progress on the next generation Celestial Reference Frame

09:00-09:30

Invited: Shabala et al.

Using quasar physics to improve the reference frame

09:30-09:50

Malkin

On the selection of astrometric radio sources for ICRF–GCRF link

Coffee Break and Poster Viewing

10:30-10:50

Nothnagel et al.

A proposed combination process for ICRF-3

10:50-11:10

Jacobs et al.

The X/Ka-band (8.4/32 GHz) Celestial Reference Frame:  Results from combined NASA-ESA baselines including Malargüe, Argentina

11:10-11:30

Locher et al.

Towards improved lunar/planetary reference Frames: LRO orbit determination

Terrestrial Reference Frame/ EOPs/Celestial Reference Frame

11:30-12:00

Invited: Seitz and Nothnagel

Consistent realization of ITRS and ICRS from a multi-technique combination

Lunch Break at the Melia

13:30-14:00

Invited: Chen et al.

Theory for Polar Motion: Error analyses and potential refinements to the accuracy level of geodetic observations

14:00-14:20

Heinkelmann et al.

How consistent are conventional celestial and terrestrial reference frames and the conventional Earth orientation parameters?

14:20-14:40

Krasna and Boehm

Earth orientation parameters for VLBA Calibrator Survey sessions

Coffee Break and Poster Viewing

15:30-15:50

Wang et al.

The introduction of CERS and SHAO 2013 terrestrial reference frame and EOPs 

15:50-16:10

Petrov

Radio fundamental catalog

16:10-16:30

All

Short oral poster presentations

POSTER SESSION: Celestial to Terrestrial Frame Transformations (Earth Orientation Parameters)

Teke et al.

GNSS slant delays in the analysis of VLBI Intensive sessions

Vasilic and Damljanovic

Contribution to the alignment of the ICRF and the GAIA Frame

Heinkelmann et al.

An investigation of the effect of the baseline direction w.r.t. the source structure in geodetic VLBI

Karbon et al.

Fine-tuning of the process noise for continuous EOP determination from VLBI with a Kalman filter

Xu et al.

The degree of the no-net-rotation and no-net-translation of the TRF (poster)

 

Thursday, 17-October

 

ORAL SESSION: Regional Reference Frames

Chairs: Joao Agria Torres, Mike Craymer, John Dawson, and Richard Wonnacott

08:30-09:00

Invited:  Bruyninx et al.

Implementation of the ETRS89 in Europe: Current status and challenges

09:00-09:20

Craymer and Weston

Regional Reference Frames for North America: Current status and future plans of Regional Sub-Commission SC1.3c

09:20-09:40

Wonnacott et al.

First AFREF static solution

09:40-10:00

Dawson

A new Australian geodetic datum

Coffee Break and Poster Viewing

10:30-10:50

Mazurova and Karpik

The recent progress of the Russian terrestrial reference frame

10:50-11:10

Tatevian and Kuzin

A development of the Russian Geodetic Reference Network

11:10-11:30

Herring

Analysis of the US Plate Boundary Observatory Network

11:30-11:50

Muzondo and Combrinck

Spatial analysis of the global navigation satellite system continuous reference stations (CORS) network for the African Geodetic Reference Frame

Lunch Break at the Melia

13:30-13:50

Fernandez

Validation and Implementation of MozNet – the geocentric referential of Mozambique

13:50-14:10

Chatzinikos and Kotsakis

Weighted vs. un-weighted MCs for the datum definition in regional networks

14:10-14:40

Invited:  Njoroge et al.

Is Nubia plate rigid? A geodetic study of the relative motion of different cratonic areas within Africa

14:40-15:00

Stanaway et al.

Defining a local reference frame using a Plate Motion Model and Deformation Model

Coffee Break and Poster Viewing

15:30-15:50

Ospeth

Towards a United Nations General Assembly Resolution on the Global Geodetic Reference Frame

15:50-16:10

Pearson and Denys

Deformation in New Zealand – implications for geodetic strain and Network RTK

16:10-16:30

Kenyeres et al.

Europen dense velocity field based on the integration of EPN and the national active GNSS network products

16:30-16:50

Lidberg et al.

The EUREF WG on Deformation models – the way forward!

POSTER SESSION: Regional Reference Frames

Legrand et al.

IAG WG "Integration of Dense Velocity Fields in the ITRF": combination of regional solutions toward a global velocity field (poster?)

Plank et al. 

Results from the regional AUSTRAL VLBI Sessions for southern hemisphere reference frames (poster)

Pearson et al.

The development of a station coordinate prediction program to model time series from continuous GPS stations in New Zealand (poster)

Friday 17-October

 

ORAL SESSION: Reference Frames in Geosciences

Chairs:  Richard Gross and Tonie van Dam

09:00-09:30

Invited:  Santamaria-Gomez et al.

Observed differential geocentric sea-level rise between hemispheres over the past hundred years

09:30-09:50

Gross

Mass transport and dynamics in the Earth System: Unsolved scientific questions and observational requirements

09:50-10:10

Klos et al.

On the treatment of the deterministic part of GPS time series and its influence on noise analysis:  IGS studies

Coffee Break and Poster Viewing

ORAL SESSION: Commercial Applications

Chairs:  Chris Rizos and Mikael Lilje

10:30-10:50

Blick and Lilje

Reference frames in practice manual

10:50-11:10

Craymer and Hothem

The ISO Registry of Geodetic Codes and Parameters

11:10-11:30

Boomkamp and GPS Dancer Project Volunteers

Operational deployment of GPS Dancer: Organisation, status and schedule

11:30-11:50

Kelly and Burrows

Design considerations for time-based reference frame transformations in geographic information systems

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