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PoG 72, Wittwer, Regional gravity field modeling with radial basis functionsPog 71, Memarzadeh, Ionospheric Modeling for Precise GNSS ApplicationsPoG 70, Alberts, Regional gravity field modeling using airborne gravimetry dataPoG 69, Dorst, Estimating Sea Floor Dynamics in the Southern North Sea to Improve Bathymetric Survey PlanningGS 48, B. van Loenen, J.W.J. Besemer, J.A. Zevenbergen (Editors), SDI Convergence. Research, Emerging Trends, and Critical AssessmentProf.dr.ir. Martien Molenaar, chairman NCG

Publication 'Regional gravity field modeling with radial basis functions' >>

In the series 'Publications on Geodesy' has been published 'Regional gravity field modeling with radial basis functions' by Tobias Wittwer.
Publications on Geodesy 72 Delft, 2009. 213 pages. ISBN: 978 90 6132 315 0. € 18.50
(07-12-2009)

Publication 'Ionospheric Modeling for Precise GNSS Applications' >>

In the series 'Publications on Geodesy' has been published 'Ionospheric Modeling for Precise GNSS Applications' by Y. Memarzadeh.
Publications on Geodesy 71 Delft, 2009. 236 pages. ISBN: 978 90 6132 314 3. € 12.00
(07-12-2009)

Presentations seminar 'Management of massive point cloud data: wet and dry' >>

The presentations of the seminar 'Management of massive point cloud data: wet and dry' on November 26 are available in pdf.
(30-11-2009)

Publication 'Regional gravity field modeling using airborne gravimetry data' >>

In the series 'Publications on Geodesy' has been published 'Regional gravity field modeling using airborne gravimetry data' by Bas Alberts.
Publications on Geodesy 70 Delft, 2009. 200 pages. ISBN: 978 90 6132 312 9. € 11.50.
(22-09-2009)

Publication 'Estimating Sea Floor Dynamics in the Southern North Sea to Improve Bathymetric Survey Planning' >>

In the series 'Publications on Geodesy' has been published 'Estimating Sea Floor Dynamics in the Southern North Sea to Improve Bathymetric Survey Planning' by Leendert Louis Dorst.
Publications on Geodesy 69 Delft, 2009. 224 paes. ISBN: 978 90 6132 311 2. € 6.00.
(22-09-2009)

Seminar 'Management of massive point cloud data: wet and dry' >>

On Thursday 26 November 2009 the Subcommissions Marine Geodesy and Core Spatial Data of the Netherlands Geodetic Commission and the Oracle Gebruikersclub Holland jointly organise the Seminar 'Management of massive point cloud data: wet and dry. The theme of the seminar will be about the challenges caused by the ever increasing amount of data that is generated by modern sensor systems, both in the wet and dry sectors.
More information >>
(09-09-2009)

Overview Research and Education in Marine Geodesy >>

Dr.Ir. C.D. de Jong (Fugro-Intersite B.V.) and member of the Subcommission Marine Geodesy of the NCG has made an update of the overview of universities and institutes on marine geodesy. Of more than 40 organisations a short description of their activities on marine geodesy is given and there is a link to the website of each organisation.
(25-06-2009)  

Publication 'SDI Convergence. Research, Emerging Trends, and Critical Assessment' >>

In the Green Series the publication 'SDI Convergence. Research, Emerging Trends, and Critical Assessment' has been published. It is published on the occasion of the 11th Global Spatial Data Infrastructure Conference in Rotterdam, 15 - 19 June 2009. The theme of the conference was 'Spatial Data Infrastructure Convergence: Building SDI Bridges to Address Global Challenges'. The publication contains twenty 'peer reviewed' articles of international scientists in the field of research and development on the geo-information infrastructure. B. van Loenen, J.W.J. Besemer and J.A. Zevenbergen are the editors of the publication.
(22-06-2009)

Prof.Dr.Ir. Martien Molenaar new chairman of the NCG >>

On May 20, 2009 the Netherlands Geodetic Commission (NCG) has unanimously chosen Prof.Dr.Ir. Martien Molenaar (ITC) as her new chairman and Prof. Jaap Besemer (TU Delft) as vice-chairman.
Prof. Molenaar succeeds Prof.Dr.Ir. Peter Teunissen (TU Delft), who is leading a research group at the University of Perth (Australia) for the next five years. Prof. Teunissen is employed as part-time professor at TU Delft during this period and keeps on as member of the Commission.
(25-05-2009)

The Office of the NCG has moved to the building of OTB TU Delft

The Office of the NCG has moved to the building of OTB Research Institute of the TU Delft. Our new visiting address is Jaffalaan 9, 2628 BX Delft, the Netherlands and the postal address is: P.O. Box 5030, 2600 GA Delft, the Netherlands. The telephone numbers, fax number and the e-mail addresses have not changed. For a route description see Contact.
(02-04-2009)

Prof.Dr.Ir. A. van den Brink (WU) member of the NCG >>

Prof.Dr.Ir. A. van den Brink (Wageningen University) has appointed as member of the Netherlands Geodetic Commission on 12 December 2008. Prof. Van den Brink is part-time professor in Land Use Planning at Wageningen University. He is also working as a senior strategist on policy development and innovation at the Government Service for Land and Water Use (Dienst Landelijk Gebied) in Utrecht.
(19-1-09)

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