2015 ASPG International Symposium: Geodesic Datum and Regional and Terrestrial Reference Frame Realizations

2015 ASPG International Symposium: Geodesic Datum and Regional and Terrestrial Reference Frame Realizations

The 2015 symposium of the Asia-Pacific Space Geodynamics (ASPG) project will focus on Geodesic Datum and Regional and Terrestrial Reference Frame Realizations. It will take place at the Russian Academy of Sciences in Moscow, Russia from August 24 through August 28.

The conference language will be English. Scientific representatives from China and Russia comprise the organizing and program committees.

Themes of particular interest to Inside GNSS readers include presentations on:

Theme 1 Space geodesy

The 2015 symposium of the Asia-Pacific Space Geodynamics (ASPG) project will focus on Geodesic Datum and Regional and Terrestrial Reference Frame Realizations. It will take place at the Russian Academy of Sciences in Moscow, Russia from August 24 through August 28.

The conference language will be English. Scientific representatives from China and Russia comprise the organizing and program committees.

Themes of particular interest to Inside GNSS readers include presentations on:

Theme 1 Space geodesy

  • Presentations on a GNSS-based tsunami warning system in the Indo-Pacific region
  • Multi-GNSS processing for earth Rotation Parameter Determination
  • Australian project in GNSS Atmospheric Sounding
  • Variations of GNSS satellite DCB
  • Mobile instrumentation and diagnostic lab for GNSS technologies testing.

Section 3 Crustal structure movement, tsunami and volcanic activities

  • Several presentations involve GNSS reference station measurements and continuous GPS network observations of seismic activities in Russia and the Asia Pacific region.

Theme 4 Terrestrial Frame realisation

  • Presentation on geodetic assurance of GLONASS
  • Influence of reference frame on calculation accuracy of local movements of GPS sites

For information, contact organizing organizing committee member and program committee vice-chair Suriya Tatevian of the  Institute of Astronomy RAS (INASAN) at the email address below.

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