April 26-27, 2011
UNAVCO, Boulder, Colorado.
The course will begin at 9am on April 26 and end at 5pm on April 27.
The workshop will taught by Tom Herring and feature kinematic processing using TRACK and it's real-time counterpart TrackRT. The track portion will focus on both moving object analyses such as precise aircraft trajectories and slower movements such as ice streams and ocean buoys, and will also examine strategies for observing seismic surface waves. The trackRT portion will focus on installation requirements, command file tuning, and interactions with trackRT while it is running. Grants to assist students with travel expenses may be available.
This course will be a combination of lecture, discussion, and tutoring. Participants should have a reasonable knowledge of GPS theory and Unix and have used the software enough to be proficient in standard processing. Tutoring will be based on data sets participants bring on their own laptops.
Tom Herring (MIT)
Please contact Tom Herring (tahmit.edu) for all curriculum related questions.
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