The Open Session on Geosciences Instrumentation is the only European forum with an open call for professional conference papers in the field of Geosciences Instrumentation, Methods, Software and Data Systems. The session aims to inform the scientific and engineering geosciences communities about new and/or improved instrumentation and methods, and their related new or existing applications. The session also deals with new ways of utilizing observational data by novel approaches and the required data infrastructure design and organization.

Review talks on specific topics will be accepted on the basis of invitation by the conveners. Please contact the conveners if you have a topic that may be suitable for a review talk.

The session is open to all branches of geosciences measurement techniques, including, but not limited to, optical, electromagnetic, seismic, acoustic and gravity. The session is intended as an open forum and discussion between representatives of different fields within geosciences is strongly encouraged. Past experience has shown that such mutual exchange and cross fertilization between fields have been very successful and can open up for a break-through in frontier problems of modern geosciences.

The session is also open for applications related to environmental monitoring and security providing, like archeological surveys, rubbish deposits studies, unexploded ordnance and/or mines detection, water dam inspection, seismic hazards monitoring etc.

Convener: Vira Pronenko | Co-conveners: Jens Klump, Håkan Svedhem
| Tue, 09 Apr, 08:30–10:15, 10:45–12:30
Room L3
| Attendance Tue, 09 Apr, 14:00–15:45
Hall X1

Attendance time: Tuesday, 9 April 2019, 14:00–15:45 | Hall X1

Chairperson: Jens Klump, Valerii Korepanov
X1.1 |
Yongtao Liu, Dongjian Zheng, and Zhongwen Shi
X1.2 |
Andrea Prato, Sergio Desogus, Claudio Origlia, and Alessandro Germak
X1.4 |
Jari Joutsenvaara, Timo Enqvist, Henna-Maria Karjalainen, Panu Jalas, Julia Puputti, Kai Loo, Jan Kisiel, Kinga Polaczek-Grelik, Katarzyna Szkliniarz, Agata Walencik-Łata, Aneta Djakonow, Karol Jedrzejczak, Marcin Kasztelan, Jerzy Orzechowski, Wlodzimierz Marszał, Jacek Szabelski, Vladimir Gostilo, Serhii Pohuliai, and Aleksandrs Sokolov
X1.5 |
Carlo Indelicato, Iacopo Osticioli, Matteo Perotti, Roberto Moreschi, Salvatore Siano, and Franco Maria Talarico
X1.6 |
New gravity gradiometer based on rotating torsion pendulum
Xiangqing Huang, Qi Liu, Zhu Li, Yun He, and Xuan Qin
X1.7 |
Vira Pronenko, Fedir Dudkin, and Valerii Korepanov
X1.8 |
Uta Koedel, Lutz Karl, Sonja Mackens, Peter Dietrich, and Thomas Fechner
X1.9 |
Elisabetta Mattei, Barbara Cosciotti, Federico Di Paolo, Sebastian Emanuel Lauro, Stanley Eugene Beaubien, David Barber, and Elena Pettinelli
X1.10 |
Laura Antoni-Micollier, Daniele Carbone, Flavio Cannavo, Letizia Spampinato, Filippo Greco, Jean Lautier-Gaud, Richard Middlemiss, Giles Hammond, Elske de Zeeuw - van Dalfsen, Mathijs Koymans, Mehdi Nikkhoo, Eleonora Rivalta, and Costanza Bonadonna
X1.12 |
Panagiotis Michalis, Fotios Konstantinidis, Manousos Valyrakis, and Vasilis Avdikos