CDN1: A Cal/Val site for ESA satellites operational, in West Crete

A new research infrastructure, called CDN1, has been established for the calibration of satellite altimeters, mainly of the European Space Agency. It is set up at an elevation of 1100 m, in west Crete, Greece. The objective is to support the commissioning of Sentinel-3 Topography mission.

This Satellite Altimeter Calibration site has been operational as of 1-Sept-2015. The first satellite calibration took place on 2-Oct-2015 for the Jason-2 satellite (American/French mission).

 Its major instrument is the microwave transponder, manufactured by the Technical University of Crete, and characterized at the European Space Agency facilities in the Netherlands.

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24.08.2009

Conference Presentations, Journal Publications

Mertikas, S. P., A. Daskalakis, I. N. Tziavos,O. B. Andersen, G. Vergos, A. Tripolitsiotis, V. Zervakis, X. Frantzis, P. Partsinevelos (2012). "Altimetry, Bathymetry and Geoid variations at the Gavdos permanent Cal/Val...[more]

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22.04.2008

Order Book of Proceedings for GGEO2008

To order the International Association of Geodesy Symposia Book of Proceedings please contact us. [more]

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16.04.2008

Schedule of GGEO 2008 Symposium

The timetable of the GGEO 2008 Symposium has been published. More information is available at the Technical Program Section [more]

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16.04.2008

Registration Forms for Social Events

The registration forms for the social events of the GGEO 2008 Symposium have been published. More information is available on the GGEO 2008 Social Events Page [more]

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16.04.2008

More GGEO 2008 News

The Latest News page of the GGEO 2008 section has all the latest news about the symposium [more]

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01.11.2007

Announcement of GGEO 2008

GGEO 2008 has been announced. Full announcement[more]

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Books from the Laboratory

Mertikas S. P. (editor, 1993). Global Positioning Systems in Geosciences, Proceedings of the International Workshop, Technical University of Crete, Chania, Greece, 8-10 June, 1992, Access soft, Athens, ISBN: 960-220-519-9. http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.1080/15210609309379689

 Mertikas S.P. (1994). Failure Detection in the Measurements of the Global Positioning System, Monograph, Department of Geomatics Engineering, University of Calgary, Canada.

 Mertikas S.P. (1999).  Remote Sensing and Digital Image Analysis, ION Publishing House, Athens, ISBN 960-405-949-1 (In Greek). https://www.mred.tuc.gr/3317.html

 Agioutantis Z. & Mertikas S.P. (2003). A Practical Guide for Technical Writing, ION Publishing House, Athens,. ISBN 960-411-394-1(In Greek). https://www.mred.tuc.gr/3331.html

Mertikas, SP. (Editor, 2010). “Gravity Geoid and Earth Observation”, International Association of Geodesy, IAG Commission 2: Gravity Field, Chania, Crete, Greece, 23-27 June 2008 (International Association of Geodesy Symposia), Vol. 135, DOI: 10.1007/978-3-642-10634, Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg 2010. http://link.springer.com/book/10.1007%2F978-3-642-10634-7

Mertikas, S. P. (2011). “Geodesy, ground positioning and levelling”, in the Encyclopaedia of Solid Earth Geophysics, Article G., edited by Professor Harsh K. Gupta, Springer, New York. http://www.springer.com/gp/book/9789048187010

 Mertikas, S. P. (2016). “Introduction to Geodesy, Satellite Positioning and Altimetry”, Klidarithmos Publishing House, Athens, ISBN : 978-960-461-721-0 (In Greek),  http://www.klidarithmos.gr/eisagogi-sth-geodesia