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Publication 'Roadmap to a mutually consistent set of offshore vertical reference frames', D.C. Slobbe >>


In the series 'Publications on Geodesy' has been published 'Roadmap to a mutually consistent set of offshore vertical reference frames' by D.C. Slobbe. In this study, a new quasi-geoid model is estimated that covers the whole Netherlands Continental Shelf and the Dutch mainland.
Publications on Geodesy 82, Delft, 2013. 263 pages. ISBN: 978 90 6132 344 0. Pdf (45,6 mb). Only available as pdf.

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(6-9-2013)

NCG continues as Netherlands Center for Geodesy and Geo-informatics (NCG)


From 1 January 2014 on the NCG continues her work under the name Netherlands Center for Geodesy and Geo-informatics (NCG). So decided the Netherlands Geodetic Commission during her meeting on 5 June 2013. Within the NCG representatives of science and practice are consulting about transfer and development of knowledge and research on geodesy and geo-informatics. The NCG gives advice on this area, also on the policy on geo-information of the government, and carries out strategic studies on the development of the field and initiates research.

The reason for this step is the decision of the Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Sciences (KNAW) that from 1 January 2014 the NCG on is not anymore a part of her organisation. To continue the work of the NCG independently the Foundation Netherlands Center for Geodesy and Geo-informatics (Stichting Nederlands Centrum voor Geodesie en Geo-informatica) will be founded.

Within the NCG about 80 scientists and representatives from practice are working together. Organisations as the Delft University of Technology, the University of Twente, Wageningen University, Utrecht University, Rijkswaterstaat, the Netherlands' Cadastre, Land Registry and Mapping Agency, the Royal Netherlands Meteorological Institute (KNMI), the Hydrographic Service of the Royal Netherlands Navy, TNO, Netherlands Space Office, GeoBusiness Nederland and Geonovum are working together.

(25-6-2013)

New members of the Netherlands Geodetic Commission


The Netherlands Geodetic Commission has appointed two new members: Prof.Dr. Marc van Kreveld (University Utrecht) and Theo Thewessen (GeoBusiness Nederland).
See the composition of the Commission >>

(11-6-2013)

International FIG workshop on the Land Administration Domain Model (LADM2013) >>


Call for Contributions: http://www.isoladm.org

(16-4-2013)

Publication 'Improving radar interferometry for monitoring fault-related surface deformation', Miguel Caro Cuenca >>


In the series 'Publications on Geodesy' has been published 'Improving radar interferometry for monitoring fault-related surface deformation' by Miguel Caro Cuenca.
Delft, 2013. 166 pages. ISBN: 978 90 6132 341 9. Pdf (24,2 mb). Only available as pdf.

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(14-1-2013)

Publication 'Satellite radar interferometry: estimation of atmospheric delay, Shizhuo Liu >>


In the series 'Publications on Geodesy' has been published' 'Satellite radar interferometry: estimation of atmospheric delay by Shizhuo Liu.
Delft, 2013. 230 pages. ISBN: 978 90 6132 340 2. Pdf (20,5 mb). Only available as pdf.

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(9-1-2013)

Prof.Dr.Ir. Peter Teunissen 'Professor Honoris Causa' in China


Prof.dr.ir. Peter Teunissen has become 'Professor Honoris Causa' of the Geodesy en Geophysical Institute of the Chinese Academy of Science (CAS). The title is awarded to him because of his contributions to Mathematical Geodesy. With the CAS Teunissen does research on among others the development of the Chinese satellite navigation system Beidou/COMPASS.

(22-11-2012)

Dr.Ir. Christiaan Lemmen receives Prof. J.M. Tienstra Research Prize 2012


Dr.Ir. Christiaan Lemmen has received the Prof. J.M. Tienstra Research Prize 2012 from the foreman of the jury Dr.Ir. Menno Tienstra during the GIN Symposium on 15 November 2012 in Apeldoorn, the Netherlands. The jury of the Prof. J.M. Tienstra Research Prize 2012 has judged the research of Christiaan Lemmen as excellent and original. The research 'Land Administration Domain Model' has a strong relation between science and practice and Christiaan has played a powerful role of initiator in the realization of his research results.

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(20-11-2012)

Publication 'Development Methodology for an Integrated Legal Cadastre', J.P. Hespanha >>


In the series 'Publications on Geodesy' has been published 'Development Methodology for an Integrated Legal Cadastre. Deriving Portugal Country Model from the Land Administration Domain Model' by João Paulo Hespanha.
Delft, 2012. 363 pages. ISBN: 978 90 6132 337 2. Pdf (9,9 mb). Only available as pdf.

Further information >>

(29-10-2012)

Hydro12 International Conference on Hydrography 13 -15 november, Rotterdam >>


Hydro12 International Conference and Exhibition on Hydrography 'Taking care of the sea' with presentations, industry exhibition on-board, demonstrations workshops and tutorials, 13 -15 November 2012. Venue: SS Rotterdam, Rotterdam, the Netherlands. Organized by the Hydrographic Society Benelux.
The NCG will publish a publication of scientific orientated articles of the conference in the Green Series.

Poster of Hydro 12 (pdf) >>
Registration and further information >>

(23-10-2012)

Publication 'A Domain Model for Land Administration' by Christiaan Lemmen >>

In the series 'Publications on Geodesy' has been published 'A Domain Model for Land Administration' by Christiaan Lemmen.
Delft, 2012. 244 pages. ISBN: 978 90 6132 336 5. Pdf (4,8 mb). Only available as pdf.
Further information >>
(20-8-2012)

Three new members of the Netherlands Geodetic Commission >>


On 4 April 2012 three new members of the Netherlands Geodetic Commission has been appointed:

Ger Nieuwpoort, Director of Netherlands Space Office (NSO);
Michiel van der Meulen, Head of Geological Survey of the Netherlands (TNO); instead of Mart van Bracht (TNO);
Arie Versluis, Director of Rijkswaterstaat Centre for Data and ICT (DID); instead of Gerdy Harteveld (former HID Rijkswaterstaat DID).

(18-4-2012)

'Third International FIG Workshop on 3D Cadastres: Developments and Practices' >>


The 'Third International FIG Workshop on 3D Cadastres: Developments and Practices' will be held on 25 and 26 October 2012 in Shenzhen, China. The deadline for submission of abstracts is 15 June 2012 and the deadline for full papers is 1 September 2012.

Further information: www.cadastre2012.org.

(3-4-2012)

New Research plan of the Subcommission Geo-Information Infrastructure >>


The Subcommission Geo-Information Infrastructure has published her new Research plan. The plan contains: mission and tasks of the Subcommission Geo-Information Infrastructure, research setting, scope of Subcommision GII en research questions.

Download the pdf of the Research plan >>

(6-3-2012)
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