Fringe 2005 Programme
 

Fringe 2005 Programme
Day 1, Monday 28 November 2005

Official ESA Welcome Stephen Briggs
 
Workshop Objectives and Organization
Workshop presentation
Yves-Louis Desnos (ESA)
Opening Session: Presentations by ESAChair: Y.-L. Desnos/M. Engdahl
ERS and Envisat missions status
Workshop presentation
Wolfgang Lengert (ERS Mission Manager)
ERS and Envisat missions: data and services
Workshop presentation
Henri Laur (Envisat Mission Manager)
ERS SAR - ENVISAT ASAR: Performance, Processing, Products for Interferometry
Workshop presentation
Betlem Rosich Tell (ESA)
INSAR services for GMES : utilisation of ERS and ENVISAT for pan-European subsidence monitoring
Workshop presentation
Philippe Bally (ESA)
Thematic Mapping and DEMsChair: J. Hoffmann/F.M. Seifert,
sec. T. Pearson
Analysis of InSAR phase coherence and correlation of image intensity in urban environment: effects of baseline and urban textureNazzareno Pierdicca (Univ. La Sapienza of Rome)
Damage Mapping Using Interferometric CoherenceJörn Hoffmann (German Aerospace Center)
ERS-ENVISAT Cross-interferometry for Coastal DEM Construction
Workshop presentation
Sang-Hoon Hong (Yonsei University)
Urban DEM
Workshop presentation
Daniele Perissin (Politecnico di Milano)
On the generation of a forest biomass map for Northeast China: SAR interferometric processing and development of classification algorithm
Workshop presentation
Maurizio Santoro (Friedrich-Schiller University)
Methodology: GeneralChair: R. Bamler/C. Prati
sec. B. Rosich Tell
APS Estimation and Modeling for Radar Interferometry
Workshop presentation
R. F. Hanssen (Delft University of Technology)
Methods for Atmospheric Correction in INSAR DataFranz Meyer (German Aerospace Center (DLR))
InSAR water vapour correction models: GPS, MODIS, MERIS and InSAR integration
Workshop presentation
Zhenhong Li (COMET, University College London)
Statistical analysis of atmospheric components in ERS SAR data
Workshop presentation
Alessandro Ferretti (Tele-Rilevamento Europa)
Methodology: General
Chair: R. Bamler/C. Prati
sec. B. Rosich Tell
Multibaseline SAR interferometry
Workshop presentation
Andrea Monti Guarnieri (Politecnico di Milano)
Improved resolution image focusing by multi-pass ENVISAT ASAR data
Workshop presentation
Gilda Schirinzi (Universita' di Cassino)
ScanSAR InSAR Processing of ASAR Wide Swath SLC (WSS) Products
Workshop presentation
David Small (University of Zurich)
Multidimensional imaging with ERS data
Workshop presentation
Gianfranco Fornaro (Consiglio Nazionale delle Ricerche)


Day 2, Tuesday 29 November 2005

Methodology: General
Chair: R. Hanssen/A. Monti Guarnieri
sec. F. Ranera
Evaluating interferometric baseline performances in a SAR formation flight by using relative GRACE GPS navigation solutions
Workshop presentation
Andreas Kohlhase (DLR)
Scan Patter Syncronization in ENVISAT Wide Swath Mode
Workshop presentation
Ciro Cafforio (Politecnico di Bari)
The Potential of Broadband L-Band SAR Systems for Small Scale Ionospheric TEC Mapping
Workshop presentation
Franz Meyer (German Aerospace Center (DLR))
Multibaseline interferometry for natural scatterer characterisation
Workshop presentation
Francesco De Zan (Politecnico Milano)
Methodology: Longterm DInSARChair: J. Mallorqui/R. Lanari,
sec. M. Engdahl
Wetland InSAR: Observations and Implications
Workshop presentation
Shimon Wdowinski (University of Miami)
Advanced Dinsar Based on Coherent Pixels: Development and Results Using CPT Technique
Workshop presentation
Jesús Domínguez (Indra Espacio)
Performance Analysis of the SBAS Algorithm for Surface Deformation RetrievalRiccardo Lanari (IREA - CNR)
Thirty years of land subsidence studies in Las Vegas, Nevada, USA: From leveling to cross-examination of ERS and Envisat data with PSInSAR
Workshop presentation
John W Bell (University of Nevada)
Terrain motion
Chair: A. Arnaud/J. Mallorqui,
sec. T. Pearson
InSAR measurements of uplift rates of Mount Sedom salt diapir, Dead Sea Rift, with implications to salt-rock properties and emplacement mechanism
Workshop presentation
Gidon Baer (Geological Survey of Israel)
Result evaluation of Coherent Target Model Product with long-term InSAR data set in Shanghai
Workshop presentation
Mingsheng Liao (Wuhan University)
Land subsidence mapping and monitoring through PSInSAR: examples from the Arno river basin (Italy)
Workshop presentation
Paolo Farina (University of Firenze)
Derivation of surface subsidence information in Bangkok (Thailand) by PS analysis of a limited number of interferograms
Workshop presentation
Jirathana Worawattanamateekul (RS-Tech Co., Ltd.)
On the use of point target characteristics in the estimation of low subsidence rates due to gas extraction in Groningen, the Netherlands.Gini Ketelaar (Delft University of Technology)
Ground motion measurement in the lake Mead area (Nevada, USA), by temporal analysis of multiple interferograms.Olivier Cavalié (ENS)
Ground deformation in Thessaly, central Greece, between 1992 and 2000 by means of ERS multi-temporal InSAR
Workshop presentation
Cristiano Tolomei (INGV)
Session 11: Poster session, Part I
Optimal Baseline Design and Error Compensation for Bistatic Spaceborne InSARWenqin Wang (Institute of Electronics)
Avalanche and Snowfall Monitoring with a Ground-based Synthetic Aperture Radar Alberto Martinez-Vazquez (DG-JRC)
Advanced differential interferometric SAR: Paz Fernandez (University of Granada)
The Dynamics of Mining Subsidence in Knurow Area in Poland Derived from SAR Interferometry and Topographic Data Tomasz Wojciechowski (Faculty of Earth Sciences, University of Silesia )
Surface Effects of the 2004 Indonesian Earthquake and Tsunami from SAR data Christian Bignami (Univ. La Sapienza of Rome)
Error Analysis of Velocity Estimation via Bistatic Along Track InSARWenqin Wang (Institute of Electronics, Chinese Academy of Scien)
Slope Motion Monitoring by ERS and ASAR Interferometry at Natural Surfaces and Artificial ReflectorsThomas Nagler (ENVEO IT)
Investigation of Zagros Thrust-fold-belt deformation using SAR interferometry
Workshop poster
Faramarz Nilforoushan (Uppsala University)
Long Term Monitoring of Unstable Slopes by a Ground Based Synthetic Aperture Radar: a Case Study in Italy Linhsia Noferini (University of Florence)
Accuracy Validation of Digital Elevation Model Extracted from SIR-C/X Polarimetric Interferometric SAR Data Erxue Chen (Chinese Academy of Forestry)
Tidal Flexure at the Grounding Line of the Rutford Ice Stream Shown by ERS Interferometry Helena Sykes (University of Wales Swansea)
Reducing the DEM Error Effect in Differential InterferometryAndrew Sowter (University of Nottingham)
A DEM-Free Approach to Persistent Point Scatterer InterferometryMark Warren (University of Nottingham)
Implication of Secondary Geodynamic Phenomena on Co-seismic Interferometric CoherenceIssaak Parcharidis (Harokopio University of Athens)
The November 22, 1995, Mw = 7.2 Gulf of Elat (Aqaba) earthquake cycle revisited
Workshop poster
Gidon Baer (Geological Survey of Israel)
Measurement of a Small-scale Subsidence in a Reclaimed Land using RADARSAT-1 SARChang-Wook Lee (Yonsei University)
Results of landslide detection based on SAR Interferometry processing
Workshop poster
Bjoern Riedel (TU Braunschweig)
Relationship between piezometric level and ground deformations measured by means of DInSAR in the Vega Media of the Segura River (Spain)Roberto Tomás (Universidad de Alicante)
Atmospheric Effects on 35-Day Repeat Cycle ERS Interferograms of LondonJon Leighton (University of Nottingham)
Detection of subsidences and landslides in the North-Bohemian coal basin by the InSAR method
Workshop poster
Ivana Capkova (Faculty of Civil Engineering, Czech Tech. Univ.)
Application of SAR interferometry for studies of Caspian coast coversAlexander Zakharov (IRE RAS)
Monitoring of gas pipelines state in Western Siberia using spaceborne SAR interferometryAlexander Zakharov (IRE RAS)
Space-Adaptive coherence estimationAndrea Monti Guarnieri (Politecnico di Milano)
Temporal Variability of Ice Flow on Hofsjökull, Iceland, observed by ERS SAR InterferometryFlorian Mueller (University of Innsbruck)
Kinematics, asperities and seismic potential of the Hayward fault, California from ERS and RADARSAT PS-InSARGareth Funning (University of California)
Enhanced quick and dirty estimate for SAR coherenceAndrea Monti Guarnieri (Politecnico di Milano)
Coherence-based Methodology for Interferometric Dem Integration Pablo Euillades (Instituto CEDIAC - Universidad Nacional de Cuyo)
Designing and Testing a Network of Omnidirectional Permanent ScatterersChuck Wicks (USGS)
Antarctic SAR and INSAR calibration experiment during the International Polar YearBenoit Legresy (CNRS/Legos)
Application of ASAR-ENVISAT Data for Monitoring Andean Volcanic Activity : Results from Lastarria-Azufre Volcanic Complex (Chile-Argentina) Jean-Luc Froger (IRD LMV UR163 / UMR6524)
The Preliminary Result on Persistent Scatters and Corner Reflectors Differential Interferometry in Three Gorges AreaQiming Zeng (Peking University)
Urban Change Detection Using Coherence and Intensity Characteristics of Multi-temporal ERS-1/2 ImageryMingsheng Liao (Wuhan University)
Land subsidence monitoring in the Lucca plain (central Italy) with ERS and EnvisatLeonardo Disperati (Università di Siena - Centro di GeoTecnologie)
The Performance of ERS-1/2 Tandem SAR Coherence Image to Estimate Forest Volume Density in the Northeast of ChinaYong Pang (Chinese Academy of Forestry)
Utilizing the CR-network in Iceland for an automated interferometric processing chain - Test case with ERS-Tandem dataKarlheinz Gutjahr (Joanneum Research)
Deformation fields of city with SAR interferometry (DINSAR and PSI): key examples from buttes Bergeyre and Chaumont area in Paris city (France)Benoît Deffontaines (Université de Marne-la-Vallée)
Blind and surface faulting during large and moderate earthquakes deduced from InSAR in Algeria and Morocco: Insights for the active deformation along the plate boundary in North AfricaSamir Belabbes (IPG Strasbourg, UMR7516)
Combining Radar, Optical and GPS data for Vrancea seismic area analysisMaria Zoran (National Institute of Optoelectronics)
Dynamics of Mt. Etna before, during and after the 2001 eruption, inferred from GPS and DInSAR data.Giuseppe Puglisi (Ist. Naz. Geofisica e Vulcanologia)
Application of the Coherent Pixels Technique (CPT) to large datasets of ERS and ENVISAT SAR images for deformation time series retrievalJordi J. Mallorqui (Universitat Politecnica de Catalunya (UPC))
Coherence and PS-based Advanced DInSAR analysis toolsErlinda Biescas (Institute of Geomatics)
Investigations of Nyamuragira and Nyiragongo volcanoes (Democratic Republic of the Congo) using InSARSarah Colclough (Cambridge University)
A generic differential interferometric SAR processing system, with applications to land subsidence and snow-water equivalent retrievalYngvar Larsen (Norut IT)
Contribution of SAR Interferometry (from ERS1/2) in the Study of the Eolian Transport Processes: Cases of Niger, Mauritania and Morocco Catherine Bodart (University of Liège)
A comparison of SBAS and PS ERS InSAR for subsidence monitoring in Oslo, NorwayTom Rune Lauknes (Norut IT)
Conventional space-borne InSAR for landslide investigations: examples from the northern Apennines (Italy) Paolo Farina (University of Firenze)
Orbital single-pass interferometry for vessel detection and classificationJordi J. Mallorqui (Universitat Politecnica de Catalunya (UPC))
Determination of glacier velocities on King George Island (Antarctic Peninsula) by DIFSARAlbert Moll (Center of Remote Sensing of Land Surfaces)
Subsidence through space and time in the lake Mead area : Insights from cross-platform ERS/Envisat interferometry.Marie-Pierre Doin (Ecole Normale Supérieure)
Permanent scatterers and seismic motion estimation in the Gargano PeninsulaSilvia Scirpoli (Politecnico)
First steps towards single-pass interferometry based on a bistatic fixed receiver SAR systemJordi J. Mallorqui (Universitat Politecnica de Catalunya (UPC))
Variation in aseismic slip along the creeping section of the San Andreas fault from space-based geodetic data
Workshop poster
Frederique Rolandone (Universite Pierre et Marie Curie)
Improved understanding of ground surface deformation caused by underground mining activities using levelling and PSInSAR dataIlona Kemeling (University of Durham)
Spatio-temporal phase unwrapping using integer least-squaresFreek van Leijen (Delft University of Technology)
The interpretation of Bam fault kinematics using Envisat SAR interferometric dataZbigniew Perski (Delft University of Technology)
Preliminary Results of Differential Interferometry in West-central Argentina Pablo Euillades (Instituto CEDIAC)
Interferometric Coherence analysis of wetlands: The Everglades (south Florida) as a case studySang-Wan Kim (University of Miami)
Measuring the surface deformation caused by landslide in Wanzhou by InSAR techniqueJingfa Zhang (Institute of Crustal Dynamics, CEA)
Key Steps in InSAR Process to Measure Surface Deformation in CangzhouLixia Gong (Institute of Crustal Dynamics, CEA)
Tainan Neotectonics from Persistent Scatterer Interferometry (sw Taiwan) Jyr-Ching Hu (National Taiwan University)
PSIC4: the IREA contribution based on the exploitation of the SBAS approachEugenio Sansosti (IREA-CNR)
Subsidence revealed by PSInSAR technique in the Ottignies-Wavre area (Belgium) related to water pumping in urban areaXavier Devleeschouwer (Royal Belgian Institute of Natural Sciences)
Phase unwrapping using Brunch-cut and Markovian ModelMounira Ouarzeddine (USTHB)
Interferometric study of landslides in urban Volga banksLudmila Zakharova (IRE RAS)
An University Educational Experience by means of ESA Software and DataMaurizio Migliaccio (Università degli Studi di Napoli “Parthenope”)
Using DInSAR to Monitor Subsidence Caused by Underground Mining Utilising Block-Caving Method.Andrew Jarosz (Curtin University of Technology)
Application of PSI technique to landslide investigations in the Caramanico area (Italy): lessons learntJanusz Wasowski (CNR-IRPI, Bari )
A Data Fusion Technique for Mosaicking of Different Sources Digital Elevation ModelsMario Costantini (Telespazio S.p.A.)
The SAMAAV project: Study and Monitoring of Active African Volcanoes using ERS and ENVISAT dataF. Kervyn (Royal Museum for Central Africa)
INSAR based services to Industry: customer feedbackStephen Coulson (ESA)
Radar interferometric monitoring of ground subsidence due to underground coal mining near Gardanne, FranceR. F. Hanssen (Delft University of Technology)
DLR's results of the PSIC4 studyNico Adam (DLR)
Interferometric Point Target Analysis over the PSIC4 test siteTazio Strozzi (Gamma Remote Sensing AG)
The applicability and limitations of displacement model PSI methodsGeraint Cooksley (Altamira Information)
Monitoring long-term ground movements and Deep Seated Gravitational Slope Deformations by InSAR time series: cases studies in ItalySalvatore Stramondo (Istituto Nazionale di Geofisica e Vulcanologia)
SARscape WideSwath InterferometryDavide D'Aria (ARESYS s.r.l.)
ASAR Background regional mission analysisJorge Del Rio Vera (ESA)


Day 3, Wednesday 30 November 2005

Methodology and techniques: Advances in PSI (Persistent Scatterer Interferometry)Chair: F. Rocca/R. Bamler,
sec. M. Engdahl
The STUN algorithm for Persistent Scatterer Interferometry
Workshop presentation
Bert Kampes (DLR)
Advances in Analyzing InSAR Persistent Scatterers in Non-urban Environments
Workshop presentation
Andrew Hooper (Stanford University)
Coherent Scatterers in Urban Areas: Characterisation and Information Extraction
Workshop presentation
Rafael Zandona Schneider (DLR)
Spaceborne SAR anatomy of a city
Workshop presentation
Daniele Perissin (Politecnico di Milano)
ERS - ASAR Integration in the Interferometric Point Target Analysis
Workshop presentation
Urs Wegmuller (Gamma Remote Sensing AG)
PSInSAR validation by means of a blind experiment using dihedral reflectors
Workshop presentation
Fabrizio Novali (Tele-Rilevamento Europa - T.R.E. s.r.l.)
Parametric Estimation and Model Selection Based on Amplitude-Only Data in PS_Interferometry
Workshop presentation
Nico Adam (DLR)
Methodology and techniques: Advances in PSI (Persistent Scatterer Interferometry)
Chair: F. Rocca/R. Bamler
sec. M. Engdahl
Dissemination of PS-InSAR results for improved interpretation and analysis
Workshop presentation
Swati Gehlot (Technical University Delft)
Coherent Target Monitoring at High Spatial Density: Examples of Validation Results
Workshop presentation
Marco van der Kooij (Vexcel Canada Inc.)
Recursive Persistent Scatterer InterferometryPetar Marinkovic (Delft University of Technology)
A Joint Space-Time Approach to Persistent Scatterer Interferometry
Workshop presentation
Mario Costantini (Telespazio S.p.A.)
PSIC4 validation activities
Workshop presentation
Daniel Raucoules (BRGM)
Parallel session
VolcanoesChair: G. Wadge/P. Lundgren
sec. A. Zmuda
Two years of InSAR monitoring of volcanic activity at Piton de la Fournaise (Réunion Island) using ASAR-ENVISAT data
Workshop presentation
Pierre Tinard (Laboratoire Magmas and Volcans)
Measuring contemporary deformation in the Taupo Volcanic Zone, New Zealand using SAR interferometryJessica Hole (ESSC, University of Reading)
Ground deformation monitoring at the Phlegrean Fields (Naples, Italy) from the exploitation of SAR data in the framework of CAT-1 and DUP activities
Workshop presentation
Sven Borgstrom (Istituto Nazionale di Geofisica e Vulcanologia)
InSAR measurements of volcanic deformation at Etna – forward modelling of atmospheric errors for interferogram correction
Workshop presentation
Rachel Holley (University of Reading)
The 2005 eruption of Fernandina volcano, Galapagos, seen by InSAR
Workshop presentation
Falk Amelung (University of Miami)
Imaging Volcanic Deformation Over Aleutian Islands
Workshop presentation
Zhong Lu (SAIC, USGS/EROS)
SAR interferometry applied to volcanoes in Italy and Kamchatka
Workshop presentation
Paul Lundgren (Jet Propulsion Laboratory)
Flank dynamic of Mt. Etna by combining ascending and descending Permanent Scatterer analysis and GPS data.
Workshop presentation
Giuseppe Puglisi (Ist. Naz. Geofisica e Vulcanologia)
Ice and Snow
Chair: D. Derauw/J. Mohr
sec. M. Eskelinen
Controlled Interferometric Modelling of Glacier Changes in South Svalbard
Workshop presentation
Aleksey Sharov (Joanneum Research)
Application of SAR Interferometry to Himalayan Glaciers
Workshop presentation
Gopalan Venkataraman (Indian Institute of Technology)
A comparison of remotely sensed surface velocities with balance velocities on two Svalbard ice caps
Workshop presentation
Suzanne Bevan (University of Wales Swansea)
The effects of basal water beneath Vatnajökull, Iceland, observed by SAR interferometry Eyjólfur Magnússon (University of Innsbruck)
Greenland ice velocities: Envisat vs Radarsat-1 background missions
Workshop presentation
Eric Rignot (Jet Propulsion Laboratory)
Monitoring Alaskan snow pack with InSAR
Workshop presentation
Richard Forster (University of Utah)
Session 11: Poster session, Part II
Deformation fields of city with SAR interferometry (DINSAR and PSI): key examples from buttes Bergeyre and Chaumont area in Paris city (France)Benoît Deffontaines (Université de Marne-la-Vallée)
Blind and surface faulting during large and moderate earthquakes deduced from InSAR in Algeria and Morocco: Insights for the active deformation along the plate boundary in North AfricaSamir Belabbes (IPG Strasbourg, UMR7516)
Combining Radar, Optical and GPS data for Vrancea seismic area analysisMaria Zoran (National Institute of Optoelectronics)
Dynamics of Mt. Etna before, during and after the 2001 eruption, inferred from GPS and DInSAR data.Giuseppe Puglisi (Ist. Naz. Geofisica e Vulcanologia)
Application of the Coherent Pixels Technique (CPT) to large datasets of ERS and ENVISAT SAR images for deformation time series retrievalJordi J. Mallorqui (Universitat Politecnica de Catalunya (UPC))
Coherence and PS-based Advanced DInSAR analysis toolsErlinda Biescas (Institute of Geomatics)
Investigations of Nyamuragira and Nyiragongo volcanoes (Democratic Republic of the Congo) using InSARSarah Colclough (Cambridge University)
A generic differential interferometric SAR processing system, with applications to land subsidence and snow-water equivalent retrievalYngvar Larsen (Norut IT)
Contribution of SAR Interferometry (from ERS1/2) in the Study of the Eolian Transport Processes: Cases of Niger, Mauritania and Morocco Catherine Bodart (University of Liège)
A comparison of SBAS and PS ERS InSAR for subsidence monitoring in Oslo, NorwayTom Rune Lauknes (Norut IT)
Conventional space-borne InSAR for landslide investigations: examples from the northern Apennines (Italy) Paolo Farina (University of Firenze)
Orbital single-pass interferometry for vessel detection and classificationJordi J. Mallorqui (Universitat Politecnica de Catalunya (UPC))
Determination of glacier velocities on King George Island (Antarctic Peninsula) by DIFSARAlbert Moll (Center of Remote Sensing of Land Surfaces)
Subsidence through space and time in the lake Mead area : Insights from cross-platform ERS/Envisat interferometry.Marie-Pierre Doin (Ecole Normale Supérieure)
Permanent scatterers and seismic motion estimation in the Gargano PeninsulaSilvia Scirpoli (Politecnico)
First steps towards single-pass interferometry based on a bistatic fixed receiver SAR systemJordi J. Mallorqui (Universitat Politecnica de Catalunya (UPC))
Variation in aseismic slip along the creeping section of the San Andreas fault from space-based geodetic data
Workshop poster
Frederique Rolandone (Universite Pierre et Marie Curie)
Improved understanding of ground surface deformation caused by underground mining activities using levelling and PSInSAR dataIlona Kemeling (University of Durham)
Spatio-temporal phase unwrapping using integer least-squaresFreek van Leijen (Delft University of Technology)
The interpretation of Bam fault kinematics using Envisat SAR interferometric dataZbigniew Perski (Delft University of Technology)
Preliminary Results of Differential Interferometry in West-central Argentina Pablo Euillades (Instituto CEDIAC)
Interferometric Coherence analysis of wetlands: The Everglades (south Florida) as a case studySang-Wan Kim (University of Miami)
Measuring the surface deformation caused by landslide in Wanzhou by InSAR techniqueJingfa Zhang (Institute of Crustal Dynamics, CEA)
Key Steps in InSAR Process to Measure Surface Deformation in CangzhouLixia Gong (Institute of Crustal Dynamics, CEA)
Tainan Neotectonics from Persistent Scatterer Interferometry (sw Taiwan) Jyr-Ching Hu (National Taiwan University)
PSIC4: the IREA contribution based on the exploitation of the SBAS approachEugenio Sansosti (IREA-CNR)
Subsidence revealed by PSInSAR technique in the Ottignies-Wavre area (Belgium) related to water pumping in urban areaXavier Devleeschouwer (Royal Belgian Institute of Natural Sciences)
Phase unwrapping using Brunch-cut and Markovian ModelMounira Ouarzeddine (USTHB)
Interferometric study of landslides in urban Volga banksLudmila Zakharova (IRE RAS)
An University Educational Experience by means of ESA Software and DataMaurizio Migliaccio (Università degli Studi di Napoli “Parthenope”)
Using DInSAR to Monitor Subsidence Caused by Underground Mining Utilising Block-Caving Method.Andrew Jarosz (Curtin University of Technology)
Application of PSI technique to landslide investigations in the Caramanico area (Italy): lessons learntJanusz Wasowski (CNR-IRPI, Bari )
A Data Fusion Technique for Mosaicking of Different Sources Digital Elevation ModelsMario Costantini (Telespazio S.p.A.)
The SAMAAV project: Study and Monitoring of Active African Volcanoes using ERS and ENVISAT dataF. Kervyn (Royal Museum for Central Africa)
INSAR based services to Industry: customer feedbackStephen Coulson (ESA)
Radar interferometric monitoring of ground subsidence due to underground coal mining near Gardanne, FranceR. F. Hanssen (Delft University of Technology)
DLR's results of the PSIC4 studyNico Adam (DLR)
Interferometric Point Target Analysis over the PSIC4 test siteTazio Strozzi (Gamma Remote Sensing AG)
The applicability and limitations of displacement model PSI methodsGeraint Cooksley (Altamira Information)
Monitoring long-term ground movements and Deep Seated Gravitational Slope Deformations by InSAR time series: cases studies in ItalySalvatore Stramondo (Istituto Nazionale di Geofisica e Vulcanologia)
SARscape WideSwath InterferometryDavide D'Aria (ARESYS s.r.l.)
ASAR Background regional mission analysisJorge Del Rio Vera (ESA)


Day 4, Thursday 1 December 2005

Earthquakes and TectonicsChair: P. Lundgren/B. Parsons,
sec. F. Sarti
Resolving Vertical Tectonics in the San Francisco Bay Area from Permanent Scatterer InSAR and GPS Analysis
Workshop presentation
Roland Bürgmann (University of California, Berkeley)
Ground deformation in the two years since the 2003 Bam, Iran earthquakeEric Fielding (Jet Propulsion Laboratory, Caltech)
Some InSAR data considerations when studying Earthquakes
Workshop presentation
Sigurjon Jonsson (ETH Zurich)
Fault Identification in Buried Strike-Slip Earthquakes using InSAR: The 1994 and 2004 Al Hoceima, Morocco Earthquakes.
Workshop presentation
Juliet Biggs (COMET)
Constraining a viscoelastic coupling model of the North Anatolian Fault (NAF) along the Ganos segment by Permanent ScatterersMahdi Motagh (GeoForschungsZentrum Potsdam (GFZ))
The 1994-2004 Al Hoceima (Morocco) Earthquake Sequence: Conjugate fault ruptures deduced from InSAR
Workshop presentation
Ahmet M. Akoglu (ITU)
Comparison of DINSAR techniques for measuring interseismic deformation across the North Anatolian FaultErwan Pathier (Oxford University)
Crustal deformation and fault slip during the seismic cycle in the North Chile subduction zone, from GPS and InSAR (ERS and ENVISAT) observations
Workshop presentation
Jean-Bernard de Chabalier (Institut de Physique du Globe de Paris)
Joint inversion of InSAR and broadband teleseismic waveform data using ABIC: application to the 1997 Manyi, Tibet earthquake
Workshop presentation
Gareth Funning (University of California)
What are the slip rates of the major faults of Tibet?Tim Wright (COMET, Department of Earth Sciences)
Present-day deformation rates along the northern edge of Tibet, using SAR interferometryCécile Lasserre (ENS)
Post-seismic mantle relaxation in the Central Nevada Seismic Belt detected by InSAR: Implication for Basin and Range dynamics
Workshop presentation
Noel Gourmelen (University of Miami - RSMAS)
To Measure the deformation field of several seismic faults in Western China and analyze the kinematics featureJingfa Zhang (Institute of Crustal Dynamics, CEA)
Research Within the WInSAR Consortium
Workshop presentation
Howard Zebker (Stanford University)
LandslidesChair: H. Rott/U. Wegmuller,
sec. F. Palazzo
Long term DInSAR analysis of a deep seated gravitative motion in the Alpine region of Val Di Susa, Italy
Workshop presentation
Simone Atzori (INGV)
SAR Interferometric Point Target Analysis of Slope Instabilities in the Community of Biasca, Switzerland
Workshop presentation
Tazio Strozzi (Gamma Remote Sensing)
On the application of PSI technique to landslide monitoring in the Daunia mountains, Italy
Workshop presentation
Fabio Bovenga (Dip. Interateneo di Fisica - Bari)
Landslide hazard mapping at a basin scale using remote-sensing data and artificial neural networks
Workshop presentation
Sandro Moretti (Università di Firenze)


Day 5, Friday 2 December 2005

Future missionsChair: G. Levrini
sec. F. Sarti
TanDEM-X: A Satellite Formation for High Resolution SAR Interferometry
Workshop presentation
Gerhard Krieger (DLR)
Interferometric capabilities of ALOS PALSAR and its utilization
Workshop presentation
Ryoichi Furuta (JAXA)
RADARSAT-2: Mission Overview and ApplicationsBernhard Rabus (MDA)
SAR Interferometry Capabilities of Canada's planned SAR Satellite Constellation
Workshop presentation
Dirk Geudtner (Canadian Space Agency)
Mission and System Characteristics of the European Radar Observatory (Sentinel-1)
Workshop presentation
Evert Attema (ESA)
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