Summer internships in IGG 2022
The Institute of Geodesy and Geoinformatics presents a proposal of summer internships for students for 2022. 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, 2022. Please contact the tutors of individual internships directly (e-mail).


AGILE in Vilnius - CAMA Workshop - call for abstracts
Dr. Vanessa Brum-Bastos, NAWA Ulam research fellow at SpaceOs IGIG, is leading the organization of the "Context-Aware Movement Analytics" workshop in the AGILE 2022 international conference. The workshop is organised in collaboration with Dr. Anita Graser (Austrian Institute of Technology), Prof. Anahid Basiri (University of Glasgow) and Prof. Sabine Timpf (Augsburg University). The workshop will happen on the 14th of June 2022 in Vilnius, Lithuania as part of the AGILE 2022 conference


OPENSENSE COST Action – Call for Conference Grant Applications

IGiG team members (Dr Tomasz Hadaś, Dr Jan Kapłon, MSc Estera Trzcina) have joined a EU COST Action OPENSENSE No. CA20136 "Opportunistic precipitation sensing network" for a period 2021-2025. The action aims to establish a network of opportunistic precipitation sensors (OS) and to lead coordinated activities to deepen and promote knowledge about the use of OS in determining the location and intensity of the precipitation.


War against Ukraine
We were all deeply moved by the news of the beginning of the Russian military attack against Ukraine. We hoped that the conflict could be resolved peacefully. Unfortunately, the incomprehensible policy of direct military aggression prevailed. We support the Ukrainians who are fighting to defend their homeland and at the same time, we think with concern and anxiety about our partners from Lviv Polytechnic, with whom we have been working for many years. We continue to believe in a quick end to the fighting and stand in solidarity with the entire Ukrainian people in these difficult times.

Artificial signals in GPS, GLONASS and Galileo series explained by the UPWr scientists!

Global Navigation Satellite Systems (GNSS) are widely used for the monitoring of phenomena occurring on the planet Earth. For this purpose, we usually use observations of changes in the position of ground receivers, determined by observations of navigation satellites. The American GNSS system, called Global Positioning System (GPS), plays a key role and is continuously used most often by users. However, the observed temporal changes in the coordinates of ground stations obtained using GPS observations are the resultant of real natural phenomena, anthropogenic processes, and systematic errors of the GPS system. This raises the question of how to separate the errors of the GPS technique from the changes we actually want to observe, such as station displacements caused by ocean tides?


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