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EVGA 2019 Scientific Program

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You may download the EVGA2019 book of abstracts.

For being environmentaly friendly, please note that the book of abstracts won't be printed out. Please use a digital version of the book of abstracts if possible.

Sunday, March 17
Icebreaker reception Register, get your badge, meet your friends, have fun! 19:00-21:00
Monday, March 18
  • Rafael Robaina Romero
    (Rector of Las Palmas de Gran Canaria University)
  • José Antonio López-Fernández
    (Astronomy, Geophysics and Space Application Subdirector in IGN)
  • Rüdiger Haas
    (EVGA Chair)
Opening ceremony of the EVGA 2019 09:00-09:30
Session 1.1 09:30-10:30,
chair: Gino Tuccari
José Antonio López-Fernández The current status of RAEGE 09:30-09:45
O102 Rüdiger Haas Status of the Onsala twin telescopes 09:45-10:00
O103 Leif Morgen Tangen Status for the establishment of a new fundamental site in Ny-Ålesund 10:00-10:15
O104 Jinling Li The Sheshan 13-m radio telescope 10:15-10:30
coffee break 10:30-11:00
Session 1.2 11:00-12:00,
chair: Evgeny Nosov
O105 Michael Lösler Measuring focal-length variations of VGOS-telescopes using unmanned aerial systems 11:00-11:15
Pablo de Vicente Instrumentation developed for VGOS at IGN Yebes Observatory 11:15-11:30
O107 Gino Tuccari DBBC3 towards the BRAND EVN receiver 11:30-11:45
O108 Walter Alef BRAND - A wideband receiver for astronomy and geodesy 11:45-12:00
"stretch your legs" break 12:00-12:15
Session 1.3 12:15-13:15,
chair: Pablo de Vicente
O109 Evgeny Nosov The stability of delay in VLBI digital backends 12:15-12:30
O110 Jakob Gruber A simulation to generate VLBI baseband data in Matlab 12:30-12:45
O111 Roberto Ricci Optical fiber links used in VLBI networks and remote clock comparisons: the LIFT/MetGesp project 12:45-13:00
O112 Mamoru Sekido Italy-Japan broadband VLBI experiment for optical clock comparison 13:00-13:15
lunch break 13:15-14:15
Session 1.4 14:15-15:15,
chair: Walter Alef
O113 Xin Zheng Researching and application of VLBI differential phase delay in lunar exploration 14:15-14:30
O114 Walter Brisken Status and development plans of the VLBA 14:30-14:45
O115 Aard Keimpema Recent technical developments at JIVE 14:45-15:00
O116 Tetsuro Kondo Comparison of results between CVN and K5 software correlators 15:00-15:15
"stretch your legs" break 15:15-15:30
Session 2.1 15:30-16:30,
chair: Aletha de Witt
O201 Laura La Porta The Bonn Correlation Center and VGOS 15:30-15:45
O202 Walter Alef The EU-VGOS project 15:45-16:00
O203 Maria Eugenia Gomez Implementation of a geodetic path at the JIVE correlator 16:00-16:15
O204 Takahiro Wakasugi Activity report on the Asia-Oceania VLBI Group (AOV) 16:15-16:30
coffee break 16:30-17:00
Session 2.2 17:00-18:00,
chair: Laura La Porta
O205 Aletha de Witt The Southern VLBI Operations Centre 17:00-17:15
O206 Matthias Schartner Results with the scheduling software VieSched++ 17:15-17:30
O207 Christian Plötz INT9 - dUT1 determination between the geodetic observatories AGGO and Wettzell 17:30-17:45
O208 Torben Schüler LCONT18 - The local continuous measurement campaign at Wettzell of 2018 17:45-18:00
Poster session Look at all the nice posters! 18:00-19:30
Tuesday, March 19
Session 2.3 09:00-09:45,
chair: Torben Schüler
O209 Jing Sun Preliminary work on promoting radar astronomical study 09:00-09:15
O210 Oleg Titov Observations of radio sources near the Sun 09:15-09:30
O211 Alexander Neidhardt Autonomous observations of VLBI radio telescopes 09:30-09:45
"stretch your legs" break 09:45-10:00
Session 3.1 10:00-10:45,
chair: Arthur Niell
O301 Dan MacMillan Analysis of EOP and scale from the simultaneous CONT17 networks 10:00-10:15
O302 Johannes Böhm CONT17 from a VieVS perspective 10:15-10:30
O303 Maria Davis The IERS Rapid Service / Prediction Center UT1-UTC combined solution: Present and future Contributions 10:30-10:45
coffee break 10:45-11:15
Session 3.2 11:15-12:00,
chair: Dan MacMillan
O304 Anastasiia Girdiuk Analysis of regular and specific intensive sessions 11:15-11:30
O305 Armin Corbin Scheduling of twin telescopes and the impact on troposphere and UT1 estimation 11:30-11:45
O306 Arthur Niell VLBI tie between the KOKEE12M and KOKEE20M antennas 11:45-12:00
"stretch your legs" break 12:00-12:15
Session 3.3 12:15-13:15,
chair: Johannes Böhm
O307 Axel Nothnagel Gravitational deformation investigations and their impact on global telescope coordinates: The Onsala 20 m radio telescope case 12:15-12:30
O308 John Gipson Gravitational deformation of VLBI antennas and the impact on the TRF 12:30-12:45
O309 Matthias Glomsda Impact of non-tidal loading in VLBI analysis 12:45-13:00
O310 Kyriakos Balidakis How does geophysical loading affect Earth rotation? Simulations and reality 13:00-13:15
lunch break 13:15-14:15
Session 3.4 14:15-15:15,
chair: Axel Nothnagel
O311 Víctor Puente Comparison of troposphere delays from GNSS and VLBI in R1 and R4 sessions 14:15-14:30
O312 Periklis-Konstantinos Diamantidis Comparison of tropospheric delay estimation using VLBI CONT14 data and WVR for the Onsala station 14:30-14:45
O313 Tobias Nilsson An assessment of the tropospheric parameters estimated from the CONT17 campaign 14:45-15:00
O314 Frédéric Jaron An analytical VLBI delay formula for Earth satellites 15:00-15:15
"stretch your legs" break 15:15-15:30
Session 3.5 15:30-16:15,
chair: John Gipson
O315 Grzegorz Klopotek Geodetic VLBI observation of lunar radio sources - Current status and recommendations for future research 15:30-15:45
O316 Benedikt Soja Ionospheric calibration for K-band celestial reference frames 15:45-16:00
O317 Karine Le Bail Time stability of the K-band catalog sources 16:00-16:15
coffee break 16:15-16:45
Session 3.6 16:45-17:45,
chair: Karine Le Bail
O318 Patrick Charlot ICRF3, the new realization of the International Celestial Reference Frame 16:45-17:00
O319 James M. Anderson Toward imaging 3000+ ICRF sources from closure quantities from 1979-present 17:00-17:15
O320 Lucas Hunt VLBA Imaging of ICRF 3 sources 17:15-17:30
O321 Arnaud Collioud The Bordeaux VLBI Image Database (BVID) 17:30-17:45
"stretch your legs" break 17:45-18:00
Session 3.7 18:00-19:00,
chair: Patrick Charlot
O322 Ming Hui Xu Structure effects in broadband VGOS data 18:00-18:15
O323 Sergei Bolotin The source structure effect in broadband observations 18:15-18:30
O324 Simin Salarpour Source structure effects in the next generation of VLBI observations 18:30-18:45
O325 Leonid Petrov Remaining problems in geodesy / astrometry VLBI and approaches to their solutions 18:45-19:00
Rüdiger Haas Closing remarks 19:00-19:15
EVGA dinner 20:00-23:59
Session 1
P101 David Cordobés Status of the future RAEGE radiotelescope at Gran Canaria
P102 Andrea Prudencio First steps in gravitational deformation modeling of the VLBI Yebes radio telescopes
P103 Gunnar Elgered The Onsala Tide Gauge Station: Experiences from the first three years of operation
P104 Hiroshi Munekane VLBI-GNSS collocation survey at the Ishioka VLBI station
P105 Nataliya Zubko Progress and current status on VGOS project at the Metsähovi Geodetic Research Station
P106 Alexander Neidhardt Centralized monitoring of VLBI antennas for seamless auxiliary data
P107 Alexander Neidhardt Remote access to the NASA Field System via Web browser
P108 Weimin Zheng Space low-frequency radio observatory and the Earth-moon VLBI experiment
P109 Ahmad Jaradat An artificial radio signal for VLBI satellite tracking
Session 2
P201 Xuan He Mixed-mode VLBI observations with Chinese stations in APSG40
P202 Christopher Dieck Intensive sessions with the Mauna Kea VLBA Station
P203 Dirk Behrend Roll-out status of the VGOS network
P204 Hayo Hase Argentinean-German Geodetic Observatory (AGGO)
P205 Karen Baver The effect of source flux catalog latency on IVS-INT01 scheduling
P206 Marisa Nickola HartRAO local tie measurements: VLBI and ground survey
P207 Matthias Schartner Impact of different observing rates on geodetic results
P208 Matthias Schartner In-depth analysis of schedules optimized for certain VLBI experiments using VieSched++
P209 Michael Lösler A modified approach for process-integrated reference point determination
P210 Fengchun Shu High sensitivity astrometry with the AOV
P211 Jakob Gruber Vienna correlation activities
P212 Ed Himwich 2018 IVS Network Performance
P213 Dhanya G. Nair GMVA image database at 86 GHz now online
P214 Juan Zhang The progress of CVN Software correlator and its applications
Session 3
P301 Andreas Hellerschmied Vienna VLBI Analysis Center (VIE)
P302 Christopher S. Jacobs The X/Ka-band 2019a celestial frame
P303 Esther Azcue VLBI analyses at the National Geographic Institute of Spain
P304 Hana Krásná Earth orientation parameters estimated from K-band VLBA measurements
P305 Helene Wolf AUA047: Students at TU Wien organize their own VLBI session
P306 Aletha de Witt The K-band (24 GHz) Celestial Reference Frame
P307 Markus Mikschi Comparison of integrated LOD values from GNSS and AAM to dUT1 from VLBI
P308 Niko Kareinen Simulated combined effect of extended source structure and baseline geometry to geodetic parameters estimated with VLBI
P309 Sabine Bachman Combination of IVS intensive sessions' approach, benefit, and operability
P310 Susanne Lunz Radio source position offsets among various radio frames and Gaia
P311 Suxia Gong Comparison of ionospheric delays between VLBI and GNSS
Tuomas Savolainen NT-VGOS - Mitigating the source structure errors in the VGOS era
P313 Simona Di Tomaso Inter-comparison of GNSS and VLBI tropospheric parameters at co-located sites in Italy
P314 Víctor Puente Comparison of VLBI-based series of celestial pole offsets
P315 Ming Hui Xu Comparison between time series of closure analysis and source positions since 1980
P316 Svetlana Mironova Diurnal and sub-diurnal EOP variations from VLBI global solution