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Day 1, Monday 26 November 2007
08:30-09:00Registration and Poster Mounting  
09:00-09:10Official ESA Welcome ESA
09:10-09:20Workshop Objectives and OrganizationM.Engdahl (ESA)
Opening Session: Presentations by ESAChair: Y.-L. Desnos/M. Engdahl
09:20-09:45ERS and Envisat Mission StatusHenri Laur (ESA)
and Wolfgang Lengert (ESA)
09:45-10:10ERS-2 and ENVISAT orbit control: current and future strategy - the impact on the interferometric baselinesBerthyl Duesmann (ESA)
10:10-10:35ERS and ENVISAT SAR instruments operations and products quality updateBetlem Rosich (ESA)
and Nuno Miranda (ESA)
10:35-11:00ALOS PALSAR Cal/Val ActivitiesPeter Meadows (BAE Systems)
11:00-11:25The ALOS mission/status of the ALOS Data European NodeBianca Hoersch (ESA)
Opening Session: Presentations by ESA - continuationChair: Y.-L. Desnos/M. Engdahl
11:00-11:20European Strategy for Long-term EO data preservation and accessMirko Albani (EO Ground Segment Department, ESA/ESRIN)
11:20-11:40 Coffee Break  
Methodology and Techniques: GeneralChair: D. Perissin/M. Costantini
sec. M. Lavalle
11:40-12:00ERS-2 Zero-Gyro-Mode Data Application ShowcasesUrs Wegmuller (Gamma Remote Sensing AG)
presented by Tazio Strozzi
12:00-12:20Analysis of Urban Areas Scattering with Simulated SAR imageryGerard Margarit (Universitat Politecnica de Catalunya)
12:20-12:40An Efficient Method for Improving Coherence of Multi Aperture Interferogram (MAI)Hyung-Sup Jung (Yonsei University)
12:40-13:00Multidimensional SAR Imaging: Studies in the Framework of LIMES ProjectMario Costantini (Telespazio S.p.A.)
13:00-13:20Potentials of Volumetric Differential Interferometry and Robust TomographyFabrizio Lombardini (University of Pisa)
13:20-13:40Recent Advances in Pol-InSAR Forest Parameter Estimation: Results, and Conclusions from actual Experimental Campaigns and StudiesK. P. Papathanassiou (German Aerospace Centre (DLR))
13:40-14:00General Methodology and Techniques: Round Table 
14:00-15:00 Lunch  
Methodology and Techniques: DInSAR and PSIChair: R. Hanssen/J. Mallorqui
sec. M. Lavalle
15:00-15:20Coherent vs. Persistent Scatterers: A case study.Luca Marotti (German Aerospace Center (DLR))
15:20-15:40Repeat-pass SAR interferometry with partially coherent targetsDaniele Perissin (Politecnico di Milano)
15:40-16:00A 2+1D phase unwrapping for Advanced DInSAR data processingMichele Crosetto (Institute of Geomatics)
16:00-16:20A Combined Multi-Temporal InSAR Method Incorporating Persistent Scatterer and Small Baseline ApproachesAndrew Hooper (University of Iceland)
16:20-16:40Coffee Break 
Methodology and Techniques: DInSAR and PSI - continuationChair: R. Hanssen/J. Mallorqui
sec. M. Lavalle
16:40-17:00Optimal data generation for Multiple Images DInSAR techniques: Minimum Cost Flow interferograms and Region Growing pixel selection.Pablo Blanco-Sanchez (Universitat Politecnica de Catalunya)
17:00-17:20Enhancements for High Resolution SAR Persistent Scatterer Interferometry Stefan Gernhardt (TU Muenchen)
17:20-17:40Methodology and Techniques: DInSAR and PSI Round Table 
17:40-18:40Welcome Drink 
Day 2, Tuesday 27 November 2007
Applications: Earthquakes and tectonicsChair: C. Lasserre/S. Jonsson
sec. S. Pinnock
09:00-09:20Probing the uppermost mantle rheology using surface deformation associated with the Lake Mead load fluctuationsMarie-Pierre Doin (Ecole Normale Supérieure)
09:20-09:40Ground deformation associated with a seismic swarm near Aysen, southern Chile, measured by ALOS/PALSAR interferometryYo Fukushima (Kyoto University)
09:40-10:00Slip rates and rheology of the southern San Andreas-San Jacinto fault system from earthquake cycle models constrained by GPS and InSAR observationsPaul Lundgren (California Institute of Technology)
10:00-10:20Monitoring crustal deformation along the Xianshuihe fault in the eastern Tibetan margin area with ENVISAT ScanSAR interferometryLiming JIANG (Institute of Space and Earth Information Science)
10:20-10:40Plate-boundary Deformation in Southwest Iceland from InSAR Time-Series AnalysisSigurjon Jonsson (ETH Zurich)
10:40-11:00InSAR time series analysis with water vapour correction model for mapping postseismic deformation after the 2003 Bam, Iran EarthquakeZhenhong Li (University College London)
11:00-11:20Coffee Break 
Applications: Earthquakes and tectonics - continuationChair: C. Lasserre/S. Jonsson
sec. S. Pinnock
11:20-11:40Pre- Co- and Post-dyking Deformation in the Dabbahu Rift Segment (Afar, Ethiopia) Observed with InSARTim Wright (University of Leeds)
11:40-12:00Water Vapour Bias in Measuring Interseismic Strain Accumulation with InSAR for the Altyn Tagh Fault, N. TibetJohn Elliott (University of Oxford)
12:00-12:20Measurement of Interseismic Strain Accumulation and Post-seismic Relaxation along the Kunlun Fault by Radar InterferometryJianbao Sun (Graduate University of Chinese Academy of Sciences)
12:20-12:40Improvement of fault model estimations by using multiple datasets and full data covariances: An application to the Kleifarvatn earthquake, Iceland.Henriette Sudhaus (ETH Zurich)
12:40-13:00From Ecuador to Patagonia: Andean deformation from InSAR 1992-2007Matthew Pritchard (Cornell University)
13:00-13:20InSAR time series of the Asal Rift, Afar: Troposphere phase delay and ground movement signalGilles Peltzer (University of California Los Angeles)
13:20-13:40New InSAR results from North America from the WInSAR ConsortiumMatthew Pritchard (Cornell University)
13:45-15:00 Lunch  
Applications: Earthquakes and tectonicsChair: G. Peltzer/J. Sun
sec. P.-P. Mathieu
Applications: Earthquakes and tectonics - continuationChair: C. Lasserre/S. Jonsson
sec. S. Pinnock
15:00-15:20Large-scale deformation of Tibet measured with Envisat ScanSAR interferometryEric Fielding (Jet Propulsion Lab, Caltech)
15:20-15:40Measurement of Interseismic Strain Accumulation Across the Haiyuan Fault by Radar Interferometry Olivier Cavalie (ENS)
15:40-16:00Shallow locking depth in the Eastern California Shear Zone, significance for low angle normal faulting.Noel Gourmelen (University of Miami)
16:00-16:20Creep on the Rodgers Creek fault, northern California, revealed by PS-InSARGareth Funning (University of California, Riverside)
16:20-16:40Earthquakes and tectonics Round Table 
16:40 Coffee Break with Refreshments (in poster session) 
Poster session, part 1 
Poster session - continuation 
Rupture parameters of the 21 May 2003, Mw 6.8, Zemmouri (Northern Algeria) earthquake deduced from InSARSamir Belabbes (IPG Strasbourg)
Coseismic deformation and 3-D surface displacement field of 2006 Fin earthquake, south of Iran, using InSARMahasa Roustaei (IIEES )
Coseismic and Postseismic Displacements From the Mozambique Earthquake of 22 February 2006 Detected by InSARManabu Hashimoto (Kyoto University)
Mapping ground velocity in Italian seismogenic areas by InSAR techniques: the VELISAR initiative.Stefano Salvi (Istituto Nazionale di Geofisica e Vulcanologia)
InSAR monitoring of Faial and Pico islands (Azores), first results.Joana Martins (University of Lisbon, IDL, LATTEX)
Monitoring the Campi Flegrei caldera by exploiting SAR and geodetical data: recent results and future applicationsPaolo Berardino (IREA - CNR)
First multi sensors InSAR monitoring of an eruptive crisis: the April 2007 eruption at Piton de la Fournaise from ASAR and ALOS-PALSAR data.Jean-Luc Froger (Observatoire de Physique du Globe de Clermont)
InSAR Study of earthquakes of the Southern TibetS.P. Satyabala (National Geophysical Research Institute)
Creep or Seismicity in the Salt Range of Pakistan? S.P. Satyabala (National Geophysical Research Institute)
Integrated satellite, GPS and geophysical data for seismic hazard assessment in Vrancea area, RomaniaMaria Zoran (National Institute of RD for Optoelectronics)
Inversion of InSAR data via Genetic Algorithm and Simulated Annealing methods: first results from the Campi-Flegrei volcanic regionManoochehr Shirzaei (GeoForschungsZentrum (GFZ))
Continued dyking in the Dabbuhu Rift segment, Afar, Ethiopia, from radar interferometry Ian Hamling (Institute of Geophysics and Tectonics)
Evolution of Post-Seismic Ground Deformation Observed by SAR InterferometryMichael Foumelis (University of Athens)
Dangxiong Fault Activity Monitoring by PS InSAR TechniqueJingfa Zhang (Institute of Crustal Dynamics, CEA)
InSAR Data and Neural Networks applied to Seismic Source Quantitative Parameters RetrievalSalvatore Stramondo (Istituto Nazionale di Geofisica e Vulcanologia)
Precise source modeling of the 2005 Qeshm Island earthquake (Iran) using a joint inversion of surface deformation and aftershock dataManoochehr Shirzaei (GeoForschungsZentrum (GFZ))
Accurate re-estimation of the Ms=6.2, June 15, 1995, Aigion (Greece) earthquake fault modelingPanagiotis Elias (National Observatory of Athens)
Effects of baselines on InSAR coherence: applications to earthquake damage detection Marco Chini (Univ. “Alma Mater Studiorum” of Bologna)
Comparison of Models of InSAR/PolInSAR Coherence for Forest Height Retrieval Using PolInSAR Simulated DataMarco Lavalle (DISP, Tor Vergata University of Rome)
SAR Tomography over Decorrelating Targets for Forestry Applications Stefano Tebaldini (Politecnico di Milano)
Models of plant motion based on observationsStephen Hobbs (Cranfield University)
SAR interferometry from geo-synchronous orbitStephen Hobbs (Cranfield University)
Experiments of radio-wave velocity tomography for DInSAR applications at Mt. Etna using GPS dataGiuseppe Puglisi (Istituto Nazionale di Geofisica e Vulcanologia)
Promoting the use of Radar data within the UK academic communityKamie Kitmitto (University of Manchester)
Extraction and Analysis of Coherent Targets Using Quad-Pol ALOS-PALSAR L-band DataChangcheng Wang (Wuhan University)
Detection of Artificial Corner Reflector on SAR ImagesLixia Gong (Institute of Crustal Dynamics, CEA)
Improved image alignment under the influence of elevationMahmut Arikan (Delft University of Technology)
Numerical error analysis of CSL georeferencing process implementationDominique Derauw (Centre Spatial de Liège)
How Accurately can we Geolocate a Persistent Scatterer?Andrew Sowter (University of Nottingham)
A Simple Robust Two-Scale Phase Component Inversion Scheme for PSInSARBernhard Rabus (MDA)
Coherence Decomposition AnalysisTeng Wang (Wuhan University)
Day 3, Wednesday 28 November 2007
Parallel Session: Applications: Volcanoes (Bldg. 14)Chair: P. Lundgren/G. Puglisi
sec. M. Lavalle
09:00-09:20Continuous InSAR Monitoring of Piton de la Fournaise Volcano (La Reunion Island): Four Years of Magmatic Transfers Revealed.Pierre Tinard (Lab. Magmas et Volcans)
09:20-09:40The Lake Natron (Tanzania) July 2007 rifting event revealed by InSARNicolas d'Oreye (National Mus. of Nat. History)
09:40-10:00Study of the deformation field of two active Mexican stratovolcanoes (Popocatepetl and Colima Volcano) by time series of InSAR data. Virginie Pinel (IRD)
10:00-10:20Modeling of InSAR displacements related with the January 2002 eruption of Nyiragongo volcano (DRC)Christelle Wauthier (Royal Museum for Central Africa)
10:20-10:40Diverse deformation patterns of Aleutian volcanoes from interferometric synthetic aperture radar (InSAR)Zhong Lu (US Geological Survey)
10:40-11:00Deformation at Taupo volcano, New Zealand, measured by InSAR, lake levelling and GPSJessica K.  Hole (Environmental Systems Science Centre)
11:00-11:20 Coffee Break  
Parallel Session: Applications: Volcanoes (Bldg. 14) - continuationChair: P. Lundgren/G. Puglisi
sec. M. Lavalle
11:20-11:40Fifteen years of ERS and ENVISAT DInSAR observations at Mt. Etna, Italy, by using the SBAS approachFrancesco Casu (IREA-CNR)
11:40-12:00High incidence angles of ASAR data reveal new insights for studying the 2004-2005 Mt. Etna eruptionGiuseppe Puglisi (Istituto Nazionale di Geofisica e Vulcanologia)
12:00-12:202006 Mt. Etna eruption imaged by ERS2 and ENVISAT dataFrancesco Guglielmino (Istituto Nazionale di Geofisica e Vulcanologia)
12:20-12:40Deformation and Stress-Change Modeling at Sierra Negra Volcano, Galapagos, from Envisat InSAR and GPS ObservationsSigurjon Jonsson (ETH Zurich)
12:40-13:00 Volcano Session Round Table  
Parallel Session: Applications: Terrain subsidence and landslides (Bldg. 14)Chair: P. Pasquali/T. Strozzi
B. Kötz
13:00-13:20Evolution of a deep-seated rock mass movement observed with satellite SAR interferometryTazio Strozzi (Gamma Remote Sensing)
13:20-13:40Deformation of the margin of Sudety Mountains (Southern Poland) studied by Persistent Scatterers InterferometryZbigniew Perski (University of Silesia)
13:45-15:00 Lunch  
Parallel Session: Applications: Terrain subsidence and landslides (Bldg. 14) - continuationChair: P. Pasquali/T. Strozzi
B. Kötz
15:00-15:20First results of PS-InSAR analysis of crustal deformation and landslides in Galilee (Israel) and presentation of the Joint German-Israeli Research Program to improve assessments of the seismic hazard generated by the Dead Sea Transform FaultChristian Minet (DLR)
15:20-15:40Utilisation of InSAR for Subsidence Monitoring over the Caving Zone of Underground Metalliferous MineAndrew Jarosz (Curtin University of Technology)
15:40-16:00Contrasting ground movements revealed by radar interferometry over abandoned coal mines (Campine, Belgium) Xavier Devleeschouwer (Royal Belgian Institute of Natural Sciences)
16:00-16:20Detection and characterisation of the topographic surface displacements using DINSAR and PS interferometry applied to the Nord/Pas-de-Calais coal basin.Yann Gueguen (UMLV - INERIS)
16:20-16:40 Coffee Break  
Parallel Session: Applications: Terrain subsidence and landslides (Bldg. 14) - continuationChair: P. Pasquali/T. Strozzi
B. Kötz
16:40-17:00Ground water management and its consequences in Delft, the Netherlands as observed by Persistent Scatterer InterferometryFreek J. van Leijen (Delft University of Technology)
17:00-17:20Current subsidence due to peat drainage in the Netherlands, kinematic observations from radar interferometryMiguel Caro Cuenca (Delft University of Technology)
17:20-17:40Regional scale landslide mapping in Northern Norway using SBAS InSARTom R. Lauknes (Norut)
17:40-18:00Terrain Subsidence and Landslides Round Table  
Parallel Session: Applications: PSI (Persistent Scatterer Interferometry) Validation (Magellan Room)Chair: P. Bally/M. Crosetto
sec. A. Minchella
9:00-9:20PSIC-4: Validation and Intercomparison of Persistent Scatterers Interferometry. Main results.Daniel Raucoules (BRGM)
9:20-9:40Lessons learned from PSIC4: improving PS-InSAR results for a constrained test site.Sami Samiei Esfahany (Delft University of Technology)
9:40-10:00Terrafirma Validation Experiment - the Alkmaar/Amsterdam CaseSterre Dortland (TNO – Built Environment and Geoscience)
10:00-10:20Persistent Scatterer Processing Validation in the Course of the Terrafirma ProjectNico Adam (DLR Oberpfaffenhofen)
10:20-10:40Inter-comparison of persistent scatterer interferometry results Michele Crosetto (Institute of Geomatics)
10:40-11:00InSAR quality control: analysis of five years of corner reflector time seriesPetar Marinkovic (Delft University of Technology)
11:00-11:20 Coffee Break  
Parallel Session: Applications: PSI (Persistent Scatterer Interferometry) Validation (Magellan Room) - continuationChair: P. Bally/M. Crosetto
sec. A. Minchella
11:20-11:40Establishing a Corner Reflector Network for PSIJon Leighton (University of Nottingham)
11:40-12:00Persistent Scatterer InSAR using Artificial Point Targets – First Analysis of Amplitude and Phase StabilityFranz Meyer (Geophysical Institute)
12:00-12:20 PSI Validation Session Round Table  
Parallel Session: Methodology and Techniques: Atmosphere (Magellan Room)Chair: R. Hanssen/F. Rocca
sec. O.Gråbak
12:20-12:40New insights into the nature and effects of the water vapour field on InSAR measurements over EtnaRachel Holley (University of Reading)
12:40-13:00Covariance Estimation, Geostatistical Prediction and Simulation for InSAR Observations in Presence of Strong Atmospheric AnisotropySteffen Knospe (ETH Zurich)
13:00-13:20Comparison between SAR atmospheric phase screens at 30' by means of ERS and ENVISAT dataDaniele Perissin (Politecnico di Milano)
13:20-13:40Ionospheric Effects on SAR, InSAR, and SAR Polarimetry – Theory and Experiences with ALOS/PALSARFranz Meyer (Geophysical Institute)
13:40-14:00 Methodology and Techniques: Atmosphere Round Table  
14:00-15:00 Lunch  
19:30-21:30Non-hosted Dinner  
Day 4, Thursday 29 November 2007
Interferometry and new SAR missions: ALOS-PALSAR, TerraSAR-X, Radarsat-2, Cosmo SkymedChair: I. Hajnsek/E. Attema
sec. M. Thomas
09:00-09:20European Radar Observatory Sentinel-1Evert Attema (ESA)
09:20-09:40COSMO-SkyMed Mission status Alessandro Coletta (Italian Space Agency)
presented by Ettore Lopinto
09:40-10:00First TerraSAR-X Interferometry EvaluationMichael Eineder (DLR)
10:00-10:20The TanDEM-X MissionManfred Zink (DLR)
10:20-10:40Interferometric and Polarimetric Interferometric experiments with ALOS PALSAR dataPaolo Pasquali (sarmap s.a.)
10:40-11:00First TOPSAR interferometry results with TerraSAR-XAdriano Meta (DLR)
11:00-11:20 Coffee Break  
Interferometry and new SAR missions: ALOS-PALSAR, TerraSAR-X, Radarsat-2, Cosmo Skymed - continuationChair: I. Hajnsek/E. Attema
sec. M. Thomas
11:20-11:40TerraSAR-X: Exploration of Multitemporal PolSAR and Pol-InSAR DataIrena Hajnsek (German Aerospace Center (DLR))
11:40-12:00 Interferometry and New SAR Missions Round Table  
Airborne and ground-based InSARChair: J. Mallorqui/A. Monti-Guarnieri
sec. M. Cruz
12:00-12:20The X-band RAMSES multi-pass interferometry campaignSebastien Angelliaume (ONERA)
12:20-12:40Monitoring of Belvedere Glacier using a wide angle GBSAR interferometerLinhsia Noferini (Università di Firenze)
12:40-13:00Subsidences estimation from ground based SAR: techniques and experimental resultsAndrea Monti Guarnieri (Politecnico)
13:00-13:20Bistatic Interferometric toolkit for campaign evaluation and DEM generationSergi Duque (UPC)
13:20-13:40Ground-based and Airborne InSAR Round Table  
13:45-15:00 Lunch  
Applications: OtherChair: P. Pasquali/F.-M. Seifert
15:00-15:20The application of multi-temporal, multiple-satellite, C- and L-band SAR data for the analysis of backscattering variations, InSAR-derived water-level changes over swamp forests, and subsidence over Southeastern LouisianaOhig Kwoun (SAIC)
presented by Zhong Lu (US Geological Survey)
15:20-15:40Detection and monitoring of sand dune mobility in southeast Niger using multi-temporal coherence imagesCatherine Bodart (University of Liege)
15:40-16:00Ice motion mapping in Antarctica with Envisat ASAR and ALOS PALSAREric Rignot (JPL / UC Irvine)
16:00-16:20Feasibility of snow water equivalent retrieval by means of ground-based and spaceborne SAR interferometryThomas Nagler (ENVEO)
16:20-16:30Applications: Other Round Table  
16:30 Coffee Break with Refreshments (in poster session) 
Poster session, part 2 
Poster session - continuation 
Shallow vs. Deep Sliding on Kilauea's south flank from InSAR Persistent ScatterersIngrid Johanson (U.S. Geological Survey)
InSAR observations of deformation associated with new episodes of volcanism at Kilauea volcano, Hawai`i, 2007Michael Poland (US Geological Survey)
InSAR displacements associated to the November 2006 eruption of NyamulagiraValerie Cayol (Univ. B. Pascal, CNRS UMR 6524, OPGC)
An Investigation on Atmospheric Effects in Airborne Interferometric SAR dataAndreas Danklmayer (DLR, e.V. German Aerospace Center)
Water vapor removal of ASAR-derived InSAR products using MERIS data and GPSSina Adham Khiabani (K.N.T.University of Tech.)
Comprehensive study of gravity waves’ influences on InSAR product and approach to remove the effectSina Adham Khiabani (K.N.T.University of Tech.)
Effect of atmosphere in InSAR over Kuwait DesertHala K Al Jassar (Kuwait University)
Combining GPS and meteorological data to mitigate atmospheric phase in interferograms: the San Gabriel Valley, California Gareth Funning (University of California, Riverside)
Subsidence in the Avcilar district of Istanbul, Turkey measured by satellite radar interferometry 1992 – 1999Samuray Akarvardar (Observatoire Midi-Pyrenees)
Monitoring subsidence with short-term InSAR image stackMingsheng Liao (Wuhan University)
Retrieval of Ground Subsidence by Integrating GPS Observations and Persistent Scatterers INSAR and Using a Small Number of ASAR Images Qiang Chen (The Hong Kong Polytechnic University)
Surface Deformations in Southern-Italy Areas of Campania Region by ERS-SAR ObservationsPaola Ballatore (MARSec)
Measurement of land subsidence in the Kashmar Valley, northeast Iran, using satellite radar interferometry.Jan Anderssohn (GeoForschungsZentrum Potsdam)
Satellite interferometry reveals spatial patterns of subsidence in the ancient Wieliczka Salt Mine (UNESCO Heritage Site, Poland)Janusz Wasowski (CNR-IRPI, Bari)
Continuous Risk Assessment of Structures in Areas of Ground Deformation Susceptibility by Persistent Scatterers InSAR: Preliminary Results of the Rio-Antirio Bridge (Greece) case Issaak Parcharidis (Harokopio University of Athens)
Application of the Differential interferometric technique (DInSAR) to unrevel the present-day vertical movement in the Glueckstadt Graben, Germany.Bruno Crippa (University of Milan)
Measurement of surface subsidence hazard in Iran from satellite radar interferometryMahdi Motagh (GeoForschungsZentrum (GFZ))
Mexico City subsidence: Spatio-temporal analysis using interferometryLopez-Quiroz Penelope (Ecole Normale Superieure)
An application of InSAR technique to monitor the subsidence induced by the excess groundwater withdrawalMani Hosseini (K.N.Toosi University of Technology)
Monitoring and identifying small scale deformation sources in the area of Athens (Greece)Panagiotis Elias (National Observatory of Athens)
Mapping Mexico city subsidence by SAR correlation techniques : effect of SAR image resolution enhancementStephane Guillaso (Ecole Normale Supérieure)
Measurement of long-term deformation by InSAR using ALOS/PALSAR dataTomonori Deguchi (ERSDAC)
Time series analysis of Mexico City surface deformationBatuhan Osmanoglu (University of Miami - RSMAS)
Neyshabour Subsidence Monitoring using Interferometric SAR TechniqueMaryam Dehghani (K. N. Toosi University of Technology)
Glacier Hydraulics Explored by Means of SAR Interferometry Eyjólfur Magnússon (University of Innsbruck)
Rockslide hazards in Storfjorden, Western Norway - Application of InSAR and other site investigations Tom R. Lauknes (Norut)
Measurements of ground subsidence in Mokpo using PSInSAR and SBASSang-Wan Kim (Sejong University)
Monitoring deformation of the pre-landslide in Three Gorges area, ChinaQiming Zeng (Peking University)
Landslide-like developement of rockglaciers detected with ERS-1/2 SAR interferometryReynald Delaloye (University of Fribourg)
Ipta Analysis and Geothecnical Investigation: Anomalous Subsidence in the city of Rome Salvatore Stramondo (Istituto Nazionale di Geofisica e Vulcanologia)
Ground Subsidence Measurements of Reclaimed Land using Radar InterferometryChang-Wook Lee (Yonsei Univ.)
SBAS-DInSAR Surface Deformation Analysis of the Mendoza Region (argentina) by Using ENVISAT ASAR Data Leonardo D. Euillades (Instituto CEDIAC)
Formation Flying Mission Design: Maintenance and Reconfiguration StrategiesGiacomo Taini (Thales Alenia Space)
TerraSAR-X Capabilities for Commercial INSAR Applications Fifame Koudogbo (Infoterra GmbH)
An X-Band Airborne DInSAR Experiment With the OrbiSAR System Stefano Perna (Università degli Studi di Napoli)
Sub-pixel mapping urban impervious surface using ERS-1/2 InSAR data: a case study in Shanghai cityLiming Jiang (Institute of Space and Earth Information Science)
Changes in land and sea levels along the Thames Estuary and River Thames, UKR. J. Burren (NPA Group)
Observations of phase changes coincident with geomorphic featuresAndrew Ford (Bournemouth University)
Day 5, Friday 30 November 2007
Summary sessions 
09:00-09:10Summary: General Methodology and Techniques   (-)
09:10-09:20Summary: Methodology and Techniques: PSI (Persistent Scatterer Interferometry)   (-)
09:20-09:30Summary: Methodology and Techniques: Atmosphere   (-)
09:30-09:40Summary: Applications: Earthquakes and tectonics   (-)
09:40-09:50Summary: Applications: Volcanoes   (-)
09:50-10:00Summary: Applications: Terrain subsidence and landslides   (-)
10:00-10:10Summary: Applications: Other   (-)
10:10-10:20Summary: Applications - PSI (Persistent Scatterer Interferometry) Validation   (-)
10:20-10:30Summary: Airborne campaigns   (-)
10:30-10:40Summary: Interferometry and new SAR missions: Future missions   (-)
10:40-10:50Summary: Interferometry and new SAR missions - ALOS-PALSAR, TerraSAR-X, Radarsat-2, Cosmo Skymed   (-)
10:50-11:20Coffee Break 
11:20-11:40WS Closing Remarks (ESA) 


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