A new geoinformation project in IGIG
The National Science Centre announced the results of the OPUS21 call. The project of our employee, Dr. Eng. Pawel Boguslawski, entitled ‘New Multidimensional Data Structure for Varioscale Spatial Model Representation’ was accepted for funding. Dr Boguslawski will work on the development of a new multidimensional data structure for the simultaneous representation of spatial objects in various levels of details. It will be possible to automatically generate intermediate levels with the required granularity, and perform analysis in a specific resolution and propagate the results to the remaining levels of representation.


The first successful integration of the optical and microwave observations onboard Galileo and GLONASS

Scientists from the Institute of Geodesy and Geoinformatics of the Wroclaw University of Environmental and Life Sciences (UPWr) and Technical University of Munich (TUM) for the first time successfully conducted an integration of two space geodetic techniques, i.e., microwave – GNSS and optical – SLR, aiming at the geodetic datum realization in space, independently on the ground measurements.


Special lectures on seismology

Do you want to know more about the mechanisms of earthquakes? How do seismologists determine the coordinates of the epicenter? How does stress distribute and how to interpret it?
We kindly invite you to a series of meetings with Prof. Vassilios Karakostas and Prof. Eleftheria Papadimitriou from Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece. They will present practical approaches for solving the above mentioned questions. Both are professors in seismology at the Geophysics Department. Prof. Karakostas has strong expertise in seismology, seismotectonics, tsunami hazards, statistical seismology, seismic hazard assessment. Prof. Papadimitriou is an expert in long-term earthquake prediction, fault plane solutions and stress patterns.


IGG and SpaceOs seminars shedule for winter semester 2021/22 is ready
Institute of Geodesy and Geoinformatics and Leading Research Group SpaceOs, cordially invites to our winter semester seminar series. Events will be held on selected Thursdays (Warsaw time) using Google Meet platform.


ESA contract for the study of the geodetic precession and frame dragging using the Galileo, GPS and GLONASS satellites

UPWr has signed another contract for research on the impact of relativistic effects on the orbits of GNSS satellites. This time, two Keplerian parameters will be examined: the inclination angle, which describes the inclination of the orbit plane with respect to the Earth equator, and the right ascension of ascending node, which describes the orientation of the orbit intersection with the equatorial plane relative to the vernal equinox.


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