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GPS Data Processing Using GAMIT/GLOBK and TRACK

In 2011 four short course offerings on GPS Data Processing Using GAMIT/GLOBK and TRACK are available:

Participants will be expected to have installed and exercised GAMIT and GLOBK prior to the workshop, and to be familiar with these
course materials

GPS Data Processing Using GAMIT/GLOBK and TRACK at Lima, Peru

March 14-18, 2011
Lima, Peru

This workshop is organized by Instituto Geofisico del Peru (IGP) and Universidad Nacional Mayor de San Marcos (UNMSM) and will cover static processing of both continuous and survey-mode measurements: defining global, regional, and local reference frames; temporal and spatial filtering of time series; modeling tropospheric, antenna, and loading effects in height estimates; combining solutions; handling step-displacements due to earthquakes and instrument changes; and developing an error model for velocity estimates. There will be an introduction to modeling crustal deformation but no hands-on work with specific software. This course will be a combination of lecture, discussion, and tutoring. Tutoring will be based on data sets participants bring on their own laptops.

Instructors:
Bob King (MIT-USA), rwkchandler.mit, Jean-Mathieu Nocquet (GeoAzur-France), Edmundo Norabuena (IGP), Francis Bondoux (IRD) and Hugo Perfettini (IRD).


GPS Data Processing Using GAMIT/GLOBK and TRACK at Dokuz Eylul University, Izmir, Turkey

August 9 - 10, 2011
Dokuz Eylul University, Izmir, Turkey

This short course is organized by Dokuz Eylul University and led by Prof Tom Herring of MIT. It will include lectures and one-on-one tutoring in static processing of both continuous and survey-mode measurements; defining, global, regional, and local reference frames; temporal and spatial filtering of time series; modeling tropospheric, antenna, and loading effects in height estimates; combining solutions to esimate post-seismic and long-term crustal deformation; handling step-displacements due to earthquakes and instrument changes; and developing an error model for velocity estimates.

Faculty:
Tom Herring, MIT


GPS Data Processing Using GAMIT/GLOBK and TRACK at University of Witwatersrand, Johannesburg, South Africa

17-19 November 2011
University of Witwatersrand, Johannesburg, South Africa

This 3-day short-course will cover intermediate and advanced issues in GPS analysis for crustal motion studies and meteorolical studies. Topics include static processing of both continuous and survey-mode measurements; defining, global, regional, and local reference frames; temporal and spatial filtering of time series; modeling tropospheric, antenna, and loading effects; combining solutions to estimate long-term crustal deformation; and developing an error model for velocity estimates. Participants are expected to have installed and exercised the software prior to the workshop. Tutoring will be based on data sets participants bring on their own laptops. There will also be a half-day session on ionospheric studies using the Boston College TEC processing software.

Instructors:
Bob King, MIT; Henry Berglund, UNAVCO


GPS Data Analysis and Modeling Using GAMIT/GLOBK and TDEFNODE at University of the Philippines, Diliman

28 November - 2 December 2011
University of the Philippines, Diliman

This workshop will combine static GPS data processing and analysis with modeling of secular and time-dependent motion of GPS stations. It will include lectures and one-on-one tutoring in static processing of both continuous and survey-mode measurements; defining, global, regional, and local reference frames; temporal and spatial filtering of time series; modeling tropospheric, antenna, and loading effects in height estimates; combining solutions to estimate post-seismic and long-term crustal deformation; handling step-displacements due to earthquakes and instrument changes; and developing an error model for velocity estimates. Tutoring will be based on data sets participants bring on their own laptops. Participants will be expected to have installed and exercised GAMIT/GLOBK and/or TDEFNODE prior to the workshop.

To register send an email to Bob King, rwkchandler.mit.edu.
Instructors:
Bob King, MIT; Rob McCaffrey, Portland State

Tutoring will be based on data sets participants bring on their own laptops.

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