[IGSMAIL-6075]: IGS Workshop June 2010

Bob King rwk at chandler.mit.edu
Fri Feb 12 07:46:31 PST 2010


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IGS Electronic Mail      12 Feb 07:46:54 PST 2010      Message Number 6075
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Author: Bob King

The 2010 workshop of the International GNSS Service (IGS) will 
be held at Newcastle upon Tyne (UK) 28 June - 1 July, followed 
on 2 July by a one-day symposium on vertical rates from GNSS. 
Please consult the website for the IGS Workshop programme, 
registration form and abstract submissions. Travel information 
and accommodation booking is also provided.                                                                  

  http://www.ceg.ncl.ac.uk/igs2010

  Abstract Deadline: Friday 14 May 2010
 
  Registration Deadline: Monday 7 June 2010
     
The workshop is open to the entire community and will feature 
invited talks, posters, and splinter meetings on a full range 
of issues important to IGS activities: monumentation, station 
integrity, data transmission and storage, analysis center 
activities, antenna and receiver calibrations, troposphere and 
ionosphere modeling and products, modeling of station and satellite 
motions, and requirements for new applications.

The vertical rates symposium will encompass both the measurement 
and interpretation of vertical rates, with particular emphasis 
on GNSS at tide gauges and for measuring glacial isostatic 
adjustment (GIA).  IGS workshop attendees are encouraged to 
stay for the symposium.   

Other IGS events for 2010 are listed on http://igs.org/overview/calendar.html.
                                                                
For questions regarding the IGS workshop program contact 

  Bob King
  Massachusetts Institute of Technology 
  +1 617 253 7064
  rwk at chandler.mit.edu

For questions on local arrangements or the vertical rates symposium contact

  Matt King
  Newcastle University
  + 44 191 222 7833
  m.a.king at newcastle.ac.uk 
  



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