AGU 2015: American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting

The Palace of Fine Arts, San Francisco, California

The 48th American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting will take place from December 14-18, 2015 at the Moscone Center in San Francisco, California, U.S.A.

Registration information can be found here.

The 48th American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting will take place from December 14-18, 2015 at the Moscone Center in San Francisco, California, U.S.A.

Registration information can be found here.

Keynote speakers include Peter H. Diamandis, Chairman and CEO of XPRIZE; Elon Musk, CEO and Lead Designer at Space Exploration Technologies (SpaceX); France A. Córdova, Director, U.S. National Science Foundation; and Gordon McBean, President of the International Council for Science (ICSU).

The AGU Fall Meeting is the largest Earth and space science meeting, with sections on geodesy, atmospheric sciences and seismology and many GNSS-related lectures, videos and presentations, formal and informal networking, science communication workshops, and an exhibit hall with nearly 300 exhibitors.

The more than 1700 sessions include:

  • NASA Global GNSS Network (GGN) Status and Plans
  • Multi-GNSS for Ionospheric Scintillation Studies 
  • Using Reflected GPS Signals for Environmental Research 
  • Utilizing new GNSS capabilities for exploring Geospace 
  • GPS-Aided Tsunami Early Detection System
  • Development of a GNSS Volcano Ash Plume Detector 
  • GPS Diffractive Reflectometry and Further Developments in SNR- and Phase-based GPS Multipath Reflectometry
  • The Bias Effects of Even Minor GPS Error
  • Assessment of High-rate GPS time series at long periods
  • Testing the Susceptibility of GNSS Receivers to Radio Frequency Interference 
  • Investigations on Real-time GPS for Earthquake Early Warning
  • USGS GNSS Applications to Earthquake Disaster Response and Hazard Mitigation 
  • Towards real-time integration of accelerometers and GPS 
  • Development of a GNSS-Enhanced Tsunami Early Warning System 
  • Using Regional GPS Network Atmospheric Models for Mitigating Errors in Interferometric Synthetic Aperture Radar (InSAR) Images 
  • Precise Positioning with Multi-GNSS and its Advantage for Seismic Parameters Inversion 
  • Impact of Ionosphere on GPS-based Precise Orbit Determination of Low Earth Orbiters 
  • The Brave New World of Real-time GPS for Hazards Mitigation

And many more …

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