The Institute of Geodesy and Geoinformatics (IGiG),
Hereby, IGiG announces an open PostDoc position that will be funded by the Polish National Science Center in the framework of the project “Determination of Global Geodetic Parameters using the Galileo Satellite System” (project number: 2018/29/B/ST10/00382). More information about the project can be found here:
• Software development for precise positioning using Galileo data
• Processing and predictions of station and satellite clock parameters
• Analysis of the time series of Galileo-derived geodetic parameters
• Publishing scientific papers and presentation of results at scientific conferences
• Assist in education of master and Ph.D. students
• Ph.D. University degree in geodesy, informatics, physics, mathematics, aerospace engineering, or a similar discipline acquired between February 2012 and February 2019
• Proficiency in programming (e.g., in C++, Perl, Fortran, Python)
• Experience in the time series analysis of geodetic parameters and/or precise point positioning using multi-GNSS data
• Excellent record of scientific achievements, including publications as the first author in high-level journals, such as Journal of Geodesy, GPS Solutions, Journal of Geophysical Research, Geophysical Research Letters, or similar
• Proficiency in English (oral and written) and the willingness to learn the basics of Polish
• Capability to work independently and timely, enjoying to participate actively in meetings of international teams and to present complex research matter concisely and appealingly (oral and written).
• Application with the motivation letter
• list of publications (track record)
• copy of the doctoral degree (Ph.D. diploma)
Application deadline: January 31, 2019
Salary: 10000,00 PLN per month (gross), which is equal to about 2400,00 EUR per month (gross)
Contract: 24 months
Contact: Dr. Krzysztof Sośnica, e-mail: email@example.com
Head of the Department of Satellite Geodesy
Applications will follow the Regulations on the mode of granting financial resources for the completion of tasks funded by the National Science Centre (Narodowe Centrum Nauki, NCN) as regards research projects, post-doctoral fellowships and doctoral scholarships (resolution no 16/2018 of the Council of the NCN of 8th March 2018), including
National Science Centre has announced the laureates of OPUS and PRELUDIUM contests. We are pleased to inform that two project proposals prepared by members of the Institute of Geodesy and Geoinformatics have been awarded grants.
In the frame of the OPUS 15 under the supervision of Krzysztof Sośnica will be realized the project: “Determination of Global Geodetic Parameters using the Galileo Satellite System” whose total cost is 998 860 PLN
In the frame of the PRELUDIUM 15 under the supervision of Grzegorz Bury will be realized the project: “Precise orbit determination of GNSS satellites using combined optical and microwave solutions” whose total cost is 195 000 PLN
Today, a new article in Journal of Geodesy has been published concerning the Galileo constellation, including the satellites launched accidently into highly eccentric orbits: “Validation of Galileo orbits using SLR with a focus on satellites launched into incorrect orbital planes”. The article has been published as on Open access and can be downloaded from the Springer website: https://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s00190-017-1050-x
One of our team member, Karina Wilgan was awarded prestigious START stipend from Foundation for Polish Science, “Supporting the best, so that they can become even better”. This award is handed in recognition of exceptional research performance in geodesy and cartography. Karina’s research is linked with GNSS positioning and troposphere modelling. This year over 100 stipends where awarded. Congratulations!
The latest newsletter of the EGSIEM (European Gravity Service for Improved Emergency Management – Horizon 2020 Project) has recently been released with a short interview with Dr. Krzysztof Sośnica, EGSIEM Associate Member. You can download the newsletter from the EGSIEM website or directly here: http://www.egsiem.eu/images/Newsletters/EGSIEM_Newsletter_no8.pdf
We are very pleased to inform that on the basis of the decision of the International Laser Ranging Service (ILRS) Governing Board and the ILRS Analysis Standing Committee, our Institute officially gained a status of the ILRS Associate Analysis Center. We provide operational products based on the microwave and laser observations to new GNSS systems, such as GLONASS, Galileo, BeiDou and QZSS. The results are available in the on-line service: http://multi-slrgnss.rhcloud.com/.
A new publication co-authored by our member appeared in Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres on 2nd March, 2017. The paper is entitled “An evaluation of real-time troposphere estimation based on GNSS precise point positioning” by Ding et al. This work covers the issue connected with the real-time GNSS meteorology improvement using multi-GNSS observations. An operational real-time system for zenith troposphere delay estimation was established in the paper. The presented system uses a modified version of PPP-wizard software. The results show that the ambiguity resolution improves the accuracy of ZTD while initialization time is shortened by GNSS observations. The full bibliography note can be found in the publications tab. We wish you a pleasant and informative reading!
We would like to invite all interested participants to the EUREF 2017 Symposium that will be held in Wroclaw, Poland, on May 17-19, 2016 (Wednesday to Friday).
On 26 January 2017, at Brno University of Technology (Czech Republic), took place the 19th International Conference of Postgraduate Students, JUNIORSTAV 2017. The paper of authorship of Grzegorz Bury, “Comparison of GNSS orbits determined using microwave and optical observations” took the first place in section Geodesy, Cartography and GIS .
The work realised in the frame of the doctoral thesis considers the determination of GNSS orbits using Satellite Laser Ranging observations. The author presented the methodology of the determination of GNSS orbits using optical data and the first results obtained from modified version of Bernese GNSS Software 5.2. Presented results show the improvement in the consistency of solutions based on microwave (GNSS) and optical (SLR) data.
In the JUNIORSTAV 2017 participated also Mateusz Drożdżewski and Agata Walica from Institute of Geodesy and Geoinformatics.