Gfg2

Gfg2 Roadmap Workshops

Location: 
Chalmers University, Gothenburg, Sweden and Leicester, UK

The First Gfg2 Roadmap Workshop took place at Chalmers University in Gothenburg and also at the Onsala Space Observatory, Sweden. The event was a big success and many experts from the whole Europe, USA and China contributed with their opinions and expertise to the workshop.

The Gfg2 Consortium acknowledges your collaboration.

Some pictures from the First Roadmap Workshop can be found here:

Gfg2 2nd Summer School

Date: 
07/01/2013 - 07/03/2013
Venue name: 
GFZ
Location: 
Postdam, Germany

 The second Gfg2 summer school will be dedicated to teach fundamentals and applications of the Global Navigation Satellite Systems (GNSS) as a powerful tool for remote sensing and Earth observation. Special focus will be put on applications for atmospheric remote sensing and meteorology, remote sensing of land, water and ice using reflected GNSS signals and ionosphere and Space weather research.

Gfg2 2nd Roadmap Workshop

Date: 
04/11/2013 - 04/12/2013
Venue name: 
University of Leicester
Location: 
Leicester, UK

Gfg2 First Summer School

Date: 
08/13/2012 - 08/15/2012
Venue name: 
University of Nottingham
Location: 
Nottingham, UK

Deadline extension until 8th July. Scholarships available for students.

The first Gfg2 summer school will be dedicated to teach fundamentals and applications of Global Navigation Satellite Systems (GNSS) with special focus on Positioning and Timing to Global Environmental Earth Observation experts from academia or industry

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Second Gfg2 Consultation Workshop - New GNSS Applications

Date: 
04/20/2012
Venue name: 
GFZ Potsdam
Location: 
Potsdam, Germany

The first Gfg2 consultation workshop (Oslo, Norway) served to identify some key needs from the Global Environmental Earth Observation community which might be addressed by GNSS technology (conclusions report to be posted soon). This second workshop intends to evalute this set of needs and provide GNSS solutions when possible by suggesting the use of current GNSS technologies, or proposing new GNSS applications.

First Gfg2 Consultation Workshop - Identification of Global Environmental Earth Observation Needs

Date: 
10/13/2011
Venue name: 
Forskningsparken - Oslo Innovation Centre
Location: 
Oslo, Norway

The workshop brought together potential users of GNSS applications and GNSS experts to investigate whether and how GNSS satellites can be used, now and in the future, to address the 9 societal benefit areas around which GEOSS is exerting its efforts.

The main objective of the workshop were to:

  • consolidate needs of Global Environmental Earth Observation and GEOSS experts that can be covered with GNSS technology

In addition to the previous this workshop also:

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