IGiG summer internships 2023

The Institute of Geodesy and Geoinformatics presents a proposal of paid summer internships for students for 2023. The internships duration is three months. The titles and topics of the internships are in the appendix. The deadline for submitting applications is June 15, 2023. Please contact the tutors of individual internships directly (e-mail).


IGG Scientific Seminar - dr Paweł Hordyniec

IGG is pleased to invite you to a scientific seminar to be held in a hybrid format. The main event will take place in the IGIG library (100G). You will be able to connect remotely on the Zoom platform. The presentation entitled "Forward modeling of bending angles with a two-dimensional operator for GNSS airborne radio occultations in atmospheric rivers" will be given by dr Paweł Hordyniec from our institute. The presentation will highlight the results of a research internship carried out within the framework of the NAWA Mieczysław Bekker programme, which Dr Hordyniec completed in Scripps Institution of Oceanography, University of California San Diego.

The seminar will begin at 09:00 AM (CEST) on Thursday 20 April 2023.


IGG Scientific Seminar - dr Artur Guzy, AGH Cracow
IGG is pleased to invite you to a scientific seminar, which will be held in remote form on the Zoom platform. The presentation titled "Land Movement Due to Aquifer System Drainage: A Global Threat" will be given by Dr. Artur Guzy from the AGH University of Science and Technology in Cracow.

The seminar will begin on Thursday, April 13, 2023 at 09:00 AM (CEST).


GATHERS-hack datadive is a 2-day hackathon of the Twinning Project "GATHERS – Integration of Geodetic and imAging TecHniques for monitoring and modelling the Earths surface defoRmations and Seismic risk” taking place from April 13 th -14 th 2023 and is hosted by the Department of Geodesy and Geoinformatics of Technische Universitaet Wien (TU  Wien) in cooperation with Institute of Geodesy and Geoinformatics Wrocław University of Environmental and Life Sciences (UPWr) The Department of Geodesy and Geoinformatics at TU Wien will host a hackathon, lasting for two days, in the upcoming week.


New open-source software supporting GNSS solutions - RINEXAV

Currently, the International GNSS Service (IGS) has a well-developed global station network that includes over 500 stations in total, from which more than 360 allow tracking multi-GNSS signals. There is also a large number of permanent GNSS stations around the world operating within regional and national networks. The largest number of stations of global networks, e.g., those operated by the IGS, are located in Europe and America, as opposed to the Africa, Asia, or Oceania regions. The determination of global geodetic parameters, such as Earth rotation parameters, coordinates of the Earth’s center of mass, orbit determination, and realization of a terrestrial reference frame using GNSS observations require the use of a global, evenly distributed network of permanent GNSS stations. The selection of a proper network is a prerequisite for the representation of the Earth in the form of a discrete global grid and has a profound impact on the geophysical interpretation of information behind the temporal changes of the estimated parameters. New open-source software solving problems related to the proper selection of the GNSS station network has been developed at IGiG UPWr and made available to users.


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