標題:The First Asia Pacific geoid workshop for IAG-SC2.4e

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The First Asia Pacific geoid workshop for IAG-SC2.4e

October 29, 2020 (UTC)

TAO special issue on gravity and geoid in Asia Pacific

Online Registration

 

  1. Background

This workshop is the first of a series of workshops organized by the IAG sub-commission 2.4e: Gravity and Geoid in the Asia-Pacific. The purpose is to promote geoid modeling in the Asia-Pacific region.

 

  1. Organizers

Chair: Cheinway Hwang, cheinway@nctu.edu.tw

Vice-chair: Wenbin Shen, wbshen@sgg.whu.edu.cn

Members:

Jay Hyoun Kwon (Korea)

Will Featherstone (Australia)

Koji Matsuo (Japan)

Ami Hassan Md Din (Malaysia)

Chalermchon Satirapod (Thailand)

Kosashi Prijatna (Indonesia)

Dinh Toan Vu (Vietnam)

Ronaldo Gatchalian (Philippines )

Ropesh Goyal (India)

Dar-Hsin Chen (Taiwan)

Matt Amos (New Zealand, corresponding member)

 

  1. Program (online presentations only; the following times are in Taiwan time = UTC + 8 hours)

 

  1. 9:00–9:20 Opening

Chair: Cheinway Hwang

Presentation

 

  1. 9:30–10:10 Geoid Lecture 1

Chair: Ming Yang

Speakers: Jeffery Johnson, jeffery.johnson@noaa.gov; Vicki Childers, vicki.childers@noaa.gov

Title: GRAV-D: Updating the U.S. Vertical Datum with Airborne Gravity 

Abstract

Presentation

 

  1. 10:10–10:50 Geoid Lecture 2

Chair: Ming Yang

Speaker: Daniel Barnes, Daniel.E.Barnes@nga.mil

Title:  A New Earth Gravitational Model: EGM2020 

Abstract

Presentation

 

10:50–11:00 Break

 

  1. 11:00–12:00 Geoid Lecture 3

Chair: C Hwang

Speaker: Will Featherstone

Title: The Australian approaches to continent-wide geoid modelling and the peculiarities of our data 

Abstract

Presentation

 

  1. Reports on national geoid modeling in the Asia Pacific (the order of presentations follows the longitudes of capitals so that presentations can be given during speakers’ work times; the duration of a presentation may be changed to 15 minutes for more discussion time)

V-1. Chair: CC Cheng

13:00–13:20

Speaker: Rachelle Winefield, rwinefield@linz.govt.nz

Title: Quasigeoid Modelling in the New Zealand setting and stability in a dynamic environment

Abstract

Presentation

13:20–13:40

Speaker: Koji Matsuo, matsuo-k96s4@mlit.go.jp

Title: Current status of Japan geoid model and ongoing project of airborne gravity surveys for geoid improvement 

Abstract

Presentation

13:40–14:00

Speaker: Jisun Lee, leejs@uos.ac.kr.

Title: The status of geoid model development in Korea 

Abstract

Presentation

 

14:00-14:10 Break

 

V-2. Chair: TK Yeh

14:10–14:30

Speaker: WB Shen, wbshen@sgg.whu.edu.cn

Title: 5′× 5′China geoid model 

Abstract

Presentation

14:30–14:50

Speaker: Ronaldo Gatchalian, rcgatchalian@namria.gov.ph

Title: Philippine Geoid Model 2018 

Abstract

Presentation

14:50–15:10

Speaker: Sushmita Timilsina, s.timilsina@tum.de

Title: Regional geoid for Nepal using least-square collocation 

Abstract

Presentation

 

15:10 -15:20 Break

 

V-3. Chair: HC Shih

15:20–15:40

Speaker: Kosasih Prijatna, prijatna@gd.itb.ac.id

Title: Fundamental principles for refinement of the Indonesian Geoid Model 

Abstract

Presentation

15:40–16:00

Speaker: Saiful Aman Sulaiman, saifulaman80@gmail.com

Title: A recent development of the geoid model in Malaysia 

Abstract

Presentation

16:00-16:20

Speaker: Toàn Đào Duy, toandd@nuce.edu.vn

Title: Gravimetric quasigeoid in Vietnam

Abstract

Presentation

 

V-4: Chair: CC Cheng

16:20–16:40

Speaker: Puttipol Dumrongchai, puttipol.d@cmu.ac.th

Title: Thailand geoid model of 2017 and a look ahead 

Abstract

Presentation

16:40–17:00

Speaker: Ropesh Goyal, ropeshgoyal2809@gmail.com

Title: Indian gravimetric geoid modelling: data, methods, and a preliminary test using Curtin University’s approach 

Abstract

Presentation

 

  1. Closing session

17:00–18:00

Chair: Cheinway Hwang

Presentation

Announcements:

  1. Journal TAO Special Issue on Asia Pacific geoid models. TAO is SCI-indexed.
  2. Sharing of gravity data, programs and geoid models: example in Taiwan.
  3. Australian gravity and terrain data are public domain at Geoscience Australia GADDS and our GPS-levelling and vertical deflections are described in Featherstone et al (2018) and also public domain. See:

Featherstone, W.E., N.J. Brown, J.C. McCubbine and M.S. Filmer (2018) Description and release of Australian gravity field model testing data, Australian Journal of Earth Sciences 65(1): 1-7, https://doi.org/10.1080/08120099.2018.1412353.

  1. The role of International Service for the Geoid. (10-minute presentation by Mirko Reguzzoni, ISG chair; http://www.isgeoid.polimi.it/)

Presentation

18:00–21:00

Banquet

 

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