Welcome to the Research Group of Advanced Geodesy
Advanced Geodesy deals with the figure of the Earth, its gravity field, Earth orientation in space, and monitoring of global dynamic processes like plate tectonics and sea level variations. It makes use of space geodetic techniques and measurements at the Earth surface. Advanced Geodesy plays a key role in improving our understanding of the complex Earth system and provides accurate and stable reference frames that are fundamental to any kind of positioning on Earth and in Space as well as to the observation of Global Change.
- S. Hettrich, Y. Kempf, N. Perakis, J. Gorski, M. Edl, J. Urbar, M. Dósa, F. Gini, O. Roberts, S. Schindler, M. Schemmer, D. Steenari, N. Joldzic, L. Glesnes Odegaard, D. Sarria, M. Volwerk, J. Praks:
Atmospheric Drag, Occultation 'N' Ionospheric Scintillation (ADONIS) mission proposal
Journal of Space Weather and Space Climate, Volume 5 (2015), A2. [ More information ]
- M. Schindelegger, D. Salstein, D. Einspigel, C. Mayerhofer:
Diurnal atmosphere-ocean signals in Earth´s rotation rate and a possible modulation through ENSO
Geophysical Research Letters, Vol. 44 (2017), 2755 - 2762.
- J. Sun, G. Tang, F. Shu, X. Li, S. Liu, J. Cao, A. Hellerschmied, J. Böhm, L. McCallum, J. McCallum, J. Lovell, R. Haas, A. Neidhardt, W. Lu, S. Han, T. Ren, L. Chen, M. Wang, J. Ping:
VLBI observations to the APOD satellite
Advances in Space Research, available online (2017).