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Day 2, 9 March


GOCE04
Proceedings
Day 1 - Goce Workshop Programme, Monday 8th March 2004
Day 2 - Goce Workshop Programme, Tuesday 9th March 2004
Day 3 - Goce Workshop Programme, Wednesday 10th March 2003
Goce Workshop, All Posters
Guidelines for workshop participants
Author's Guide
Documents
Photos
First International GOCE Workshop
Posters
Screen Saver
Abstract Book
 
Processing Algorithms up to the Geoid and Gravity Field (1)
09:00-09:20Recovery of the Earth’s Gravity Field from GOCE Satellite Gravity Gradiometry: A Case StudyOleg Abrikosov
09:20-09:40GOCE Gravity Field ProcessingGernot Plank
09:40-10:00Computation of Calibration Gradients and Methods for In-Orbit Validation of Gradiometric GOCE DataJürgen Müller
10:00-10:20An enhanced space-wise simulation for GOCE data reductionFederica Migliaccio
10:20-10:40 Coffee Break
10:40-11:00EFFECT OF HIGH-FREQUENCY TEMPORAL ALIASING ON GOCE GRAVITY FIELD SOLUTIONC.K. Shum
11:00-11:20GOCE: Is aliasing a cause for concern?Philip Moore
11:20-13:00 Poster Session  
  Numerical simulation of the gravity field recovery from GOCE mission dataSean Bruinsma
  Gravity Gradients and Spherical Harmonics – A Need for Different GOCE Products?Johannes Bouman
  GOCE Quick-Look Gravity Field AnalysisRoland Pail
  GOCESOFT: a software for GOCE data processingPavel Ditmar
  Validation Concepts for Gravity Field Models from New Satellite MissionsThomas Gruber
  GOCE: dealing with large attitude variations in the conceptual structure of the space-wise approachMirko Reguzzoni
  Simulation results from combination of GOCE gridded SST and SGG dataCarl Christian Tscherning
  Gravity field analysis from preprocessed and calibrated GOCE observations ? The Delft ApproachPavel Ditmar
(for Roland Klees)
  Is there a common future for GOCE and GRID?Keith Haines
 
13:00-14:00 Lunch
Processing Algorithms up to the Geoid and Gravity Field (2)
14:00-14:20Precise Orbit Determination and Cal/Val for GOCEHenno Boomkamp
14:20-14:40Multiscale Modeling from EIGEN-1S, EIGEN-2, EIGEN-GRACE01S, GGM01, UCPH2002_0.5, EGM96Martin Gutting
14:40-15:00Modeling the Earth's gravity field from precise satellite orbit data: the acceleration approach worksPavel Ditmar
Solid Earth
15:20-15:40Effects of topographic and isostatic masses in satellite gravity gradiometryFranziska Wild
15:40-15:50 Coffee Break
15:50-16:10A linear algorithm for computing the spherical harmonic coefficients of the potential from a constant-density polyhedronOlivier Jamet
16:10-16:30High-Harmonic Geoid Signatures due to Glacial Isostatic Adjustment, Subduction and Seismic DeformationBert Vermeersen
16:30-16:50Gravity Field Determination Using Multiresolution TechniquesMichael Schmidt
16:50-17:10The Use of GOCE Data for Detection and Classification of Mantle PlumesGabriele Marquart
17:10-18:10 Poster Session  
  Kinematic and Dynamic Precise Orbit Determination of Low Earth Orbiters: Importance of the GPS Receiver PerformanceDrazen Svehla
  The T5 Ion Propulsion Assembly for Drag Compensation on GOCEClive Edwards
  Comparison of some methods for modifying Stokes' formula in the GOCE eraJonas Aagren
  Parameter Choice Strategies for Multiscale GOCE ModelingMartin Gutting
  non-linear computation of the gravity field of an aspherical planetVirginie Belleguic
  GOCE GRADIENTS VALIDATION BY THE AIRBORNE GRADIOMETER AND GRACE MEASUREMETS.Janusz Zielinski
  CALIBRATION/VALIDATION OF GOCE DATA OVER ANTARCTICAC.K. Shum
  Upward/downward continuation of gravity gradients for precise geoid determinationGyula Tóth
  STATIC GRAVITY MODEL DEVELOPMENT: INCORPORATION OF GOCE DATAErricos Pavlis
  A Bayesian approach to invert GOCE gravity gradientGwendoline Pajot
  A wavelet based representation of the gravity field.Isabelle Panet
  Recovery of the gravity field signal due to a low viscosity crustal layer in GIA models from simulated GOCE dataHugo Schotman
  GRAVITY AND GEOID IN THE ARCTIC REGION - THE NORTHERN GOCE POLAR GAP FILLEDRene Forsberg
 
19.30 Dinner

 

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