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Day 1 - Monday 19 September 2011

Opening Session
Bld 14 - Big Hall
Chair:
M. Engdahl & Y-L. Desnos
09:00-09:10 ESA Welcome Address   Maurice Borgeaud (ESA)
09.10-09:30 Workshop Objectives   Marcus Engdahl (ESA)
09:30-10:00 ESA SAR missions status   Henri Laur (ESA)
10:00-10:20 ESA Supersites Initiative   Wolfgang Lengert (ESA)
10:20-10:40 InSAR-capabilities of the ESA SAR Toolbox NEST   Andrea Minchella (R-SAC)/
Petar Marinkovic (PPO.labs)
10:40-11:10 Coffee Break    
Session: Sentinel-1
Bld 14 - Big Hall
Chair:
P. Potin & B. Rosich
11:10-11:40 Sentinel-1 System Overview   Dirk Geudtner (ESA)
11:40-12:10 Sentinel-1 Mission Operations Concept   Pierre Potin (ESA)
12:10-12:30 Sentinel-1 Payload Data Ground Segment operations concept   Betlem Rosich (ESA)
12:30-12:50 Sentinel-1 core Ground Segment user products and operational quality control   Nuno Miranda (ESA)
12:50-13:10 GMES services overview   Maria Milagro (Randstad)
13:10-13:50 Round Table ESA & Sentinel-1    
13:50-15:00 Lunch    
Session: InSAR Methods
Bld 14 - Big Hall
Chair:
M. Eineder & F. Rocca
15:00-15:20 Bi-directional Interferometric SAR Acquisition with TanDEM-X   Josef Mittermayer
15:20-15:40 The impact of second generation SAR sensors on the deformation time series analysis via DInSAR techniques: The COSMO-SkyMed study case   Eugenio Sansosti
15:40-16:00 Generation and calibration of high resolution DEMs from single baseline spaceborne interferometry: the ‘split-swath’ approach full paper
Full Paper
Davide Giudici
16:00-16:20 Design of a geosynchronous SAR system for water-vapour maps and deformation estimation full paper
Full Paper
Andrea Monti Guarnieri
16:20-16:40 How accurately can current and future InSAR missions map tectonic strain?   Tim Wright
16:40-17:10 Coffee Break    
17:10-17:30 ERS-Envisat Tandem Cross-Interferometry Campaigns: systematic CInSAR processing and studies over extended areas   Paolo Pasquali
17:30-17:50 Multi-pass ERS-ENVISAT Cross-Interferometry methods and results full paper
Full Paper
Urs Wegmüller
17:50-18:10 Interferometric Multi-Chromatic Analysis of High Resolution X-Band Data full paper
Full Paper
Fabio Bovenga
18:10-18:30 Round Table InSAR Methods    
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Day 2 - Tuesday 20 September 2011

Session: Earthquakes & Tectonics I
Bld 14 - Big Hall
Chair:
E. Fielding & S. Jonsson
08:40-09:00 Interseismic strain accumulation across strike-slip faults in the Middle East   Richard Walters
09:00-09:20 Monitoring of interseismic creep of the Longitudinal Valley Fault (Eastern Taiwan) using Persistent Scatterer InSAR with ALOS PALSAR data   Champenois Johann
09:20-09:40 Shallow creep along the Haiyuan fault (Gansu, China) revealed by InSAR time series analysis   Romain Jolivet
09:40-10:00 Mapping fault creep on the faults of northern California using persistent scatterer InSAR   Gareth Funning
10:00-10:20 Interseismic strain accumulation across an active thrust system: an InSAR case study in the Himalayas   Raphael Grandin
10:20-10:40 Constraints on fault and lithosphere rheology from the coseismic slip and postseismic afterslip of the 2006 Mw7.0 Mozambique earthquake   Alex Copley
10:40-11:10 Coffee Break    
Parallel Session: Pol-InSAR & Tomography
Bld 1 - Magellan
Chair:
S. Tebaldini & C. Lopez-Martinez
08:40-09:00 Diff-Tomo Opening of the Urban SAR Pixel: Single-look 4D and Non-uniform Motion “5D” Extensions Fabrizio Lombardini
09:00-09:20 Polarimetric SAR Tomography with TerraSAR-X by means of Distributed Compressed Sensing full paper
Full Paper
Matteo Nannini
09:20-09:40 3D SAR Tomography of the Paracou Forest: Methods and Results full paper
Full Paper
Mauro Mariotti Dalessandro
09:40-10:00 Underlying Topography Estimation and Separation of Scattering Contributions over Forests Based on PolInSAR Data full paper
Full Paper
Carlos López-Martínez
10:00-10:20 Sub-Canopy Topography Estimation With Multibaseline Pol-InSAR Data: A RELAX-Based Solution Matteo Pardini
10:20-10:40 Pol-InSAR & Tomo Round Table  
10:40-11:10 Coffee Break  
Session: Earthquakes & Tectonics I - Continued
Bld 14 - Big Hall
Chair:
E. Fielding & S. Jonsson
11:10-11:30 Inter-Seismic Deformation, Volcanic Uplift and Post-Rifting Relaxation in North Iceland, derived from GPS and InSAR Time-Series   Sabrina Metzger
11:30-11:50 Three-dimensional time-varying crustal velocity and strains in the Afar triangle   Carolina Pagli
11:50-12:10 Fault activity in the Manda Hararo rift in Afar (Ethiopia) using Interferometric Synthetic Aperture Radar.   Stéphanie Dumont
12:10-12:30 Multi-track InSAR Time Series of Plate Boundaries: The Zagros Mountains and Makran Subduction Zone, Southern Iran   William Barnhart
12:30-12:50 Determining large scale crustal velocity field from GPS and InSAR: With application to Tibet   Hua Wang
12:50-13:10 Two Contrasting InSAR Studies of Recent Earthquakes in Tibet   Barry Parsons
13:10-13:30 Magmatically driven normal faulting: A comparism of cumulative vs. incremental fault growth derived from high-resolution LiDAR and InSAR data   Barbara Hofmann
13:30-13:50 DLR’s Activities to Support the GEO Supersite Initiative with TerraSAR-X Data   Michel Eineder
13:50-15:00 Lunch    
Parallel Session: Ice and snow
Bld 1 - Magellan
Chair:
J. Mouginot & N. Gourmelen
11:10-11:30 Increased ocean melting and retreat of the Pine Island Glacier   Noel Gourmelen
11:30-11:50 Antarctic Ice Motion Unveiled with InSAR   Jeremie Mouginot/ Eric Rignot
11:50-12:10 Mapping Ice Shelf Flow with Interferometric Synthetic Aperture Radar Stacking   Malcolm McMillan
12:10-12:30 Grounding line mapping in Antarctica using 15 years of DInSAR data   Jeremie Mouginot
12:30-12:50 Detecting Ice Motion in Grove Mountain, East Antarctica with ALOS/PALSAR Interferometry full paper
Full Paper
Xin Tian
12:50-13:10 Short-term glacier velocity changes at West Kunlun Mountains, NW Tibet   Masato Furuya
13:10-13:30 Airborne and satellite-based InSAR observations of Icelandic Ice Caps   Mark Simons
13:30-13:50 Monitoring ice flow surface velocities of the Inylchek Glacier (Kyrgyzstan) using TerraSAR-X Data   Julia Neelmeijer
13:50-15:00 Lunch    
Session: Earthquakes & Tectonics I - Continued
Bld 14 - Big Hall
Chair:
E. Fielding & S. Jonsson
15:00-15:20 Tensile Strength of Rock from InSAR Observations   Sigurjon Jonsson
15:20-15:40 Earthquake slip distribution estimation from InSAR data, using a random field approach   Andrew Hooper
15:40-16:00 Imaging recent complex earthquake ruptures with combined InSAR and seismic analysis   Eric Fielding
16:00-16:20 Geodetic Imaging, Seismic Hazard and Mountain Building Across the Sierra Nevada/Great Basin Transition Using InSAR and GPS   William Hammond
16:20-16:40 Earthquakes & Tectonics I - Round Table    
Parallel Session: Ice and snow - Continued
Bld 1 - Magellan
Chair:
J. Mouginot & N. Gourmelen
15:00-15:20 ERS-Envisat Tandem Cross-Interferometry results from the EET northern hemisphere and Antarctic campaigns   Paolo Pasquali
15:20-15:40 A review of the 2011 ERS-2 3-day mission   Noel Gourmelen
15:40-16:00 Ice velocity fluctuations of Greenland’s Jacobshavn Isbrae from ERS-2 3-day SAR imagery   Aud Sundal
16:00-16:20 Displacement of periglacial landforms on Svalbard observed with high-resolution RADARSAT-2 and TerraSAR-X InSAR time series   Tom R. Lauknes
16:20-16:40 Ice and Snow - Round Table    
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Poster Session I

Bld 14 - Big Hall

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Day 3 - Wednesday 21 September 2011

Session: Atmosphere I
Bld 14 - Big Hall
Chair:
R. Hanssen & F. Rocca
08:40-09:00 OSCAR: Online Services for Correcting Atmosphere in Radar   Paul Von Allmen
09:00-09:20 InSAR integrated water vapour variational assimilation in mesoscale model MM5: a step for improving model initial conditions at high resolution   Nazzareno Pierdicca
09:20-09:40 Validation of Centimeter-Level SAR Geolocation Accuracy after Correction for Atmospheric Delay using ECMWF Weather Data full paper
Full Paper
Xiaoying Cong
09:40-10:00 InSAR Time Series with Atmospheric Estimation Model for Regional Deformation Mapping   Zhenhong Li
10:00-10:20 Numerical Weather Model Assisted Time Series InSAR Processing for Geophysical Application   Wenyu Gong
10:20-10:40 IP-STATS – A System for Deriving Statistical Models of Ionospheric Signals in Low-Frequency SAR   Franz Meyer
10:40-11:10 Coffee Break    
Session: Supersite Splinter Meeting
Bld 1 - James Cook Mtg room A
Falk Amelung
(University of Miami - GEO task leader):
08:40-09:20 Outline of Supersite White Paper & endorsement   Craig Dobson
(NASA - CEOS Supersite leader)
09:20-10:10 Outline of Supersite Strategic Plan (Space & In-situ) & endorcement   Massimo Cocco
(INGV - EPOS leader)
10:10-10:40 Way forward, milestones & GEO plenary preparation    
10:40-11:10 Coffee Break    
Parallel Session: Earthquakes & Tectonics II
Bld 14 - Big Hall
Chair:
Y. Fukushima & M. Furuya
11:10-11:30 Satellite Constraints & Field Observations of slip in the Canterbury Earthquakes, New Zealand: Implications for future seismic hazard in Christchurch   John Elliott
11:30-11:50 The whole 2010-2011 New Zealand seismic sequence revealed by DInSAR and time-series data   Cristiano Tolomei
11:50-12:10 Coseismic and postseismic deformation analysis of the 2010 Mw 7.1 Darfield and 2011 Mw 6.3 Christchurch earthquakes in New Zealand from combined GPS and InSAR observations   John Beavan
12:10-12:30 Damage Proxy Map of the 2011 M6.3 Christchurch Earthquake using InSAR Coherence   Sang-Ho Yun
12:30-12:50 How sharp is our source image of the 2010 Haiti earthquake?   Henriette Sudhaus
12:50-13:10 Postseismic deformation following the 2010 Haiti earthquake: Time-dependent surface subsidence induced by groundwater flow in response to a sudden uplift full paper
Full Paper
Shimon Wdowinski
13:10-13:30 An new approach for modeling fault dislocation from wrapped interferometric SAR data   Gianfranco Fornaro/Diego Reale
13:30-13:50 Transient slip on the Hayward fault from SBAS-InSAR and GPS   Ingrid Johanson
13:50-15:00 Lunch    
Parallel Session: Earthquakes & Tectonics II - Continued
Bld 14 - Big Hall
Chair:
Y. Fukushima & M. Furuya
15:00-15:20 Coseismic Deformations of the 2011 Tohoku, Japan, Earthquake and triggered events derived from ALOS/PALSAR full paper
Full Paper
Manabu Hashimoto
15:20-15:40 Wide area Deformation map generation with TerraSAR-X Data. the Tohoku-Oki Earthquake 2011 case. full paper
Full Paper
Nestor Yague-Martinez
15:40-16:00 The March 11, 2011, Tohoku-oki earthquake (Japan): surface displacement and source modeling   Salvatore Stramondo
16:00-16:20 The Tohoku-oki (Japan) Earthquake imaged through 3-days repeat cycle ERS-2 SAR data   Michele Manunta
16:20-16:40 Earthquakes & Tectonics II - Round Table    
16:40-17:10 Coffee Break    
Parallel Session: Terrain Subs. & Landslides
Bld 1 - Magellan
Chair:
M. Crosetto & P. Pasquali
11:10-11:30 Surface deformation of the whole Netherlands after PSI analysis full paper
Full Paper
Miguel Caro Cuenca
11:30-11:50 Subsidence mapping in Jakarta - PSI processing of L-band ALOS PALSAR data full paper
Full Paper
Rachel Holley
11:50-12:10 Satellite SAR interferometry for the measurement of surface subsidence above deep tunnels in metamorphic basement rocks of the Alps   Tazio Strozzi
12:10-12:30 DORIS FP7-EU project: exploitation of 20 years DInSAR data archive for landslide monitoring full paper
Full Paper
Michele Manunta
12:30-12:50 TSX InSAR assessment for slope instabilities monitoring in Alpine periglacial environment (Western Swiss Alps, Switzerland) full paper
Full Paper
Chloé Barboux
12:50-13:10 Long Term Analysis of Strong non-linear deformations induced by Coal Mining using the SBAS Technique full paper
Full Paper
Kanika Goel
13:10-13:30 Quantification of subsidence rates associated with groundwater flow using SAR interferometry full paper
Full Paper
Joao Catalao
13:30-13:50 Terrain Subs. & Landslides Round Table    
13:50-15:00 Lunch    
Parallel Session: Methods - Unwrapping
Bld 1 - Magellan
Chair:
M. Crosetto & M. Costantini
15:00-15:20 New Improvements of the EMCF Phase Unwrapping algorithm for surfaca deformation analysis at full spatial resolution scale full paper
Full Paper
Antonio Pepe
15:40-16:00 Redundant Phase Unwrapping and Integration of Finite Differences on a Sparse Multidimensional Domain: Theory and Validation   Mario Costantini
16:00-16:20 Quality-guided segmentation for phase unwrapping of sparse differential interferograms   Tom Grydeland
16:20-16:40 Methods - Unwrapping Round Table    
16:40-17:10 Coffee Break    
Session: Atmosphere II
Bld 14 - Big Hall
Chair:
D. Perissin & D. Small
17:10-17:30 Spatio-temporal variability of Water Vapor as seen by InSAR, GPS, Meris and MM5   Daniele Perissin
17:30-17:50 Systematic InSAR tropospheric phase delay corrections from global meteorological reanalysis data   Romain Jolivet
17:50-18:10 Correcting DInSAR ALOS data using atmospheric delay estimated by GPS signals to constrain the surface deformation in the Longitudinal Valley (Taiwan Island).   Rana Charara
18:10-18:30 Pushing the accuracy limit for CO2 sequestration monitoring: Statistically optimal spatio-temporal removal of the atmospheric component from InSAR Networks   Bernhard Rabus
18:30-18:50 Atmosphere Round Table    

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Day 4 - Thursday 22 September 2011

Session: Methods - DInSAR/PSI
Bld 14 - Big Hall
Chair:
J. Mallorqui & R. Hanssen
08:40-09:00 Wide Area Persistent Scatterer Interferometry: Algorithms and Examples full paper
Full Paper
Nico Adam
09:00-09:20 Virtual reconstruction and validation of Sentinel-1 Interferometric WideSwath mode: InSAR/PSI algorithms perspective   Petar Marinkovic
09:20-09:40 TOPS Differential SAR Interferometry with TerraSAR-X full paper
Full Paper
Luca Marotti
09:40-10:00 Mapping 3D Surface Deformation by Combining Multiple Aperture InSAR and Conventional InSAR   Zhong Lu
10:00-10:20 Combination of X-band high resolution SAR data from different sensors to produce ground deformation maps full paper
Full Paper
Javier Duro
10:20-10:40 Bridge Health Monitoring using Persistent Scatterer Interferometry (PSI)   Adrian McCardle
10:40-11:10 Coffee Break    
Session: Methods - DInSAR/PSI - Continued
Bld 14 - Big Hall
Chair:
J. Mallorqui & R. Hanssen
11:10-11:30 Deformation estimation in non Urban areas Exploitin High Resolution SAR Data full paper
Full Paper
Kanika Goel
11:30-11:50 InSAR partially coherent targets: multiplicity of approaches   Daniele Perissin
11:50-12:10 Deformation rate estimation on changing landscapes using Temporarily Coherent Point InSAR full paper
Full Paper
Lei Zhang
12:10-12:30 Exploitation of Temporary Coherent Scatterers in SqueeSAR Analyses   Fabrizio Novali
12:30-12:50 Noise covariance model for time series InSAR analysis   Piyush Agram
12:50-13:10 Detecting regular patterns in urban PS sets full paper
Full Paper
Alexander Schunert
13:10-13:30 A comparative study of corner reflectors, compact active transponders and I2GPS for monitoring deformation in areas with low spatial density of persistent scatterers: the Delft field experiment   Pooja Mahapatra
13:30-13:50 Methods - DInSAR/PSI Round Table    
13:50-15:00 Lunch    
Parallel Session: Volcanoes
Bld 1 - Magellan
Chair:
Y. Fukushima & G. Puglisi
08:40-09:00 InSAR and thermal monitoring of lava fountain episodes at Mt. Etna: the case study of the ASI-SRV Pilot project during the January 2001 episode   Giuseppe Puglisi
09:00-09:20 3D temporal evolution of displacements recorded on Mt. Etna from the 2007 to 2010 through the SISTEM method   Francesco Guglielmino
09:20-09:40 Long-term experience gathered on Etna for volcano monitoring using radar and optical remote sensing, in preparation for Sentinel Missions   Giuseppe Puglisi
09:40-10:00 Source models for the March 5-9, 2011 Kamoamoa fissure eruption, Kilauea Volcano, Hawaii, constrained by InSAR and in-situ observations   Paul Lundgren
10:00-10:20 Subsidence of the collapsed caldera of Miyakajima, Japan, 2006-2009 full paper
Full Paper
Yosuke Aoki
10:20-10:40 Anatomy of an unstable volcano from InSAR: multiple processes affecting flank instability at Mt. Etna, 1994-2008   Valerio Acocella
10:40-11:10 Coffee Break    
Parallel Session: Volcanoes - Continued
Bld 1 - Magellan
Chair:
Y. Fukushima & G. Puglisi
11:10-11:30 Pulses of Deformation Reveal Frequently Recurring 1 Shallow Magmatic Activity Beneath the Main Ethiopian Rift   Juliet Biggs
11:30-11:50 Long-term uplift due to deep magma bodies: Insights from ERS and ENVISAT observations   Yuri Fialko
11:50-12:10 Eighteen years of InSAR observations at Fernandina volcano, Galápagos: dynamics of magma storage and eruption   Marco Bagnardi
12:10-12:30 Tectonic control of magma ascent in volcanic arcs: Space-geodetic evidence from the West-Sunda arc, Indonesia   Estelle Chaussard
12:30-12:50 InSAR measurements of volcanoes in the tropics: examples from a survey of the Central American Volcanic Arc   Susanna K. Ebmeier
12:50-13:10 High resolution monitoring of Campi Flegrei (Naples, Italy) by exploiting TerraSAR-X data: an application to Solfatara crater full paper
Full Paper
Christian Minet
13:10-13:30 Analysis of the Eyjafjallajökull 2010 eruption through InSAR time series   Joana Martins
13:30-13:50 Volcanoes Round Table    
13:50-15:00 Lunch    
Session: Methods- General
Bld 14 - Big Hall
Chair:
U. Wegmüller & A. Monti-Guarnieri
15:00-15:20 Effect of Unmodelled Reference Frame Motion on InSAR Deformation Estimates full paper
Full Paper
Hermann Bähr
15:20-15:40 Revising vegetation scattering theories: Adding a rotated dihedral double bounce scattering to explain cross-polarimetric SAR observations over wetlands full paper
Full Paper
Sang-Hoon Hong
15:40-16:00 Recent advances on InSAR temporal decorrelation: theory and observations using UAVSAR full paper
Full Paper
Marco Lavalle
16:00-16:20 Mining Very High Resolution InSAR Data based on Complex-GMRF Cues and Relevance Feedback full paper
Full Paper
Jagmal Singh
16:20-16:40 Methods- General Round Table    
16:40-19:10

Poster Session II 

Bld 14 - Big Hall

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Minimize Day 5 - Friday 23 September 2011

Day 5 - Friday 23 September 2011

Session Summaries
Bld 14 - Big Hall
09:40-09:50 Summary Sentinel-1
09:50-10:00 Summary InSAR Methods - Missions
10:00-10:10 Summary Earthquakes & Tectonics
10:10-10:20 Summary Pol-InSAR & Tomography
10:20-10:30 Summary Ice and snow
10:30-10:40 Summary Atmosphere
10:40-11:10 Coffee Break
11:10-11:20 Summary Supersite Splinter Meeting
11:20-11:30 Summary Terrain Subs. & Landslides
11:30-11:40 Summary Methods - Unwrapping
11:40-11:50 Summary Methods - DInSAR & PSI
11:50-12:00 Summary Volcanoes
12:00-12:10 Summary Methods - General
12:10-12:20 Closing Address

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