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G1.1

Recent Developments in Geodetic Theory
Convener: P. Holota  | Co-Conveners: B. Heck , N. Sneeuw 
Oral Programme
 / Wed, 25 Apr, 15:30–17:15  / Room 2
Poster Programme
 / Attendance Wed, 25 Apr, 17:30–19:00  /  / Attendance 17:30–19:00
 / Attendance Wed, 25 Apr, 17:30–19:00  /  / Attendance 17:30–19:00
 / Attendance Wed, 25 Apr, 17:30–19:00  /  / Attendance 17:30–19:00
 / Attendance Wed, 25 Apr, 17:30–19:00  /  / Attendance 17:30–19:00
 / Attendance Wed, 25 Apr, 17:30–19:00  /  / Attendance 17:30–19:00
 / Attendance Wed, 25 Apr, 17:30–19:00  /  / Attendance 17:30–19:00
 / Attendance Wed, 25 Apr, 17:30–19:00  /  / Attendance 17:30–19:00
 / Attendance Wed, 25 Apr, 17:30–19:00  /  / Attendance 17:30–19:00  / Hall XL
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Remarkable advances over recent years give an evidence that geodesy today develops under a broad spectrum of interactions, including theory, science, engineering, technology, observation, and practice-oriented services. Geodetic science accumulates significant results in studies towards classical geodetic problems and also problems that only emerged or gained new interest, in many cases as a consequence of synergistic activities in geodesy and tremendous advances in the instrumentations and computational facilities. In-depth studies progressed in parallel with investigations that mean a broadening of the traditional core of geodesy. The scope of the session is conceived with a certain degree of freedom, though the session is primarily intended to provide a forum for all investigations and results of theoretical and methodological nature.

Within this concept we seek contributions concerning problems of reference frames, gravity field studies, dynamics and rotation of the Earth, positioning, but also presentations, which surpass frontiers of these topics. We invite presentations illustrating the use of mathematical and numerical methods in solving geodetic problems, showing advances in mathematical modeling, estimating parameters, simulating relations and systems, using high-performance computations, and discussing also methods that enable to exploit data essentially associated with new and existing satellite missions. Presentations showing mathematical and physical research directly motivated by geodetic need, practice and ties to other disciplines are welcome. In parallel to theory oriented results also examples illustrating the use of new methods on real data in various branches of geodetic science and practice are very much solicited in this session.