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Introduction to GPS Geodesy and High Precision Observations

July 14-18, 2014
Times: Course will begin at 9:00am on 14 July and end at 4:00pm on 18 July
Location: Institute and Observatory of Geophysics at Antananarivo (IOGA), University of Antananarivo, Madagascar
Contact D. Sarah Stamps for any additional questions at dstampsmit.edu

This course is aimed at teaching (1) the underlying principles of Global Positioning System (GPS) applications in geodesy, (2) techniques for high-precision observations, and (3) data processing with GAMIT-GLOBK. Educational materials are designed for graduate students and professionals interested in GPS geodesy, particularly with applications in geophysics. Instructions will be in English. Computers and required software will be provided on-site.

Brief Agenda:
Each day involves lectures from 9:00am-12:00pm and afternoon laboratory exercises from 1:00pm – 4:00pm. Laboratory exercises include hands-on training in GPS observations

D. Sarah Stamps, PhD, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, dstampsmit.edu
Saria Elifuraha, PhD, Ardhi University, saria.elifurahagmail.com
Rui Xu, PhD, Sichuan Earthquake Bureau, xurui8mitgmail.com

Registration information:
Registration is now closed.
No travel support is available. Space is limited to the number of on-site computers.

Computers and required software will be provided on-site.


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