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The project TEMPUS (511322-2010-SE-JPCR) “Geoinformation technologies for sustainable development in the eastern neighborhood” April 15-23 Lviv Polytechnic National University (LPNU), Ukraine, Karpinskogo Street 6, Building 2 (Room 501, 502) International workshop on modern geodetic concepts.
|2013-04-14||Arrival in Lviv|
|09.00-09.30||Kornyliy Tretyak, LPNU|
Huaan Fan, KTH
Introduction to the workshop.
|09.30-10.30||Huaan Fan, KTH||Celestial and terrestrial reference systems|
|11.00-12.00||Stepan Savchuk, LPNU||Geodetic reference systems: historical and modern developments|
|12.00-13.00||Huaan Fan, KTH||Estimation of 3D coordinate transformation parameters|
|13.00-14.30||Lunch (LPNU invites)|
|14.30-15.30||Iurri Karpinski, KNUCA||Geodetic reference systems in Ukraine|
|15.30-16.30||Vasile Chiriac, TUM||Geodetic reference systems in Moldova|
|16.30-17.30||Larisa Manukyan, YSUAC||Geodetic reference systems in Armenia|
|09.00-10.00||Huaan Fan, KTH||Geodetic reference systems in Sweden|
|Geodetic monitoring of geodynamic processes and deformation of engineering structures|
|11.15-12.15||Petro Chernyaha, LPNU||Geodetic monitoring in urban areas|
|13.45-17.15||Jan Johansson, CTH|
|Swedish permanent GPS network and geodynamic research|
|09.00-10.30||Jan Johansson, CTH||Atmospheric studies using GPS measurements|
|11.00-12.00||Fedir Zablotskiy, LPNU||Determination of tropospheric delay and its components|
|13.30-14.30||Petro Dvulit, LPNU||Gravimetry and geoid determination in Ukraine|
|14.30-15.30||Vasile Chiriac, TUM||Gravimetry and geoid determination in Moldova|
|16.00-17.00||Larisa Manukyan, YSUAC||Gravimetry and geoid determination in Armenia|
|09.00-12.30||Lars Sjöberg, KTH|
|The KTH method for precise geoid determination|
|14.00-17.30||Lars Sjöberg, KTH|
|The KTH method for precise geoid determination (cont.)|
|09.00-10.00||Erick Asenjo, KTH||Deformation measurements using GPS|
|Gravimetric approach to Earth’s crustal thickness modelling|
|13.00-16.00||Bus trip to Ivanofrankivsk|
|16.00-17.00||Study visit to University of Oil and Gas. including coffee break|
|17.00-19.00||Bus trip to Bukovel (Carpathians)|
|19.00-20.00||Arrival to the hotel|
|20.00-21.00||Dinner (LPNU invites)|
|8.00-9.00||Breakfast (LPNU invites)|
|09.00-11.00||Sightseeing in Bukovel|
|11.00-12.00||Bus trip to Yaremche|
|12.00-15.00||Sightseeing Yaremche, followed by joint dinner|
|17.00-21.00||Bus trip to Lviv|
|Departure for Swedish lecturers|
|09.00-10.30||Yuriy Golubinka and|
Andriy Malitskyy, LPNU
|3D laser scanning: operations, data processing and applications|
|11.00-12.30||Ihor Trevoho, LPNU||Metrological provision of linear measurements in Ukraine|
|14.00-15.30||Oleksandr Dorozhynskyy, LPNU||Photogrammetry for emergency management|
|16.00-17.00||Volodymyr Glotov, LPNU||Practical experience of using unmanned aerial vehicles (UAV) for
large scale mapping
|Dietrich Schröder, HFT||Geodetic reference systems and map projections in GIS environments|
|Luis Ruiz, UPV||Object-oriented remote sensing techniques for land use and land cover mapping|
|17.00-17.20||Closing of the workshop, followed by workshop dinner|
|Departure for workshop participants|
Abbreviations in alphabetic order:
CTH – Chalmers University of Technology Gothenburg, Sweden
HFT – Stuttgart University of Applied Sciences Stuttgart, Germany
KNUCA – Kiev National University of Construction and Architecture, Ukraine
KTH – Royal Institute of Technology Stockholm, Sweden
LPNU – Lviv Polytechnic National University Lviv, Ukraine
TUM – Technical University of Moldova Chisinau, Moldova
UPV – Valencia Polytechnic University Valencia, Spain
YSUAC – Yerevan State University of Architecture and Construction, Armenia
The project TEMPUS (511322-2010-SE-JPCR) “Geoinformation technologies for sustainable development in the eastern neighborhood” December 13 at 14:00 in building 2, 502 room ceremonial meeting to mark the opening of educational and scientific laboratory Geodesy, Geoinformation and 3D scanning (Groups 617, 618, 619a).
From 6th to 20th of November 2011 the Training Courses on GIS were held in the Yerevan State University of Architecture and Construction under the framework of the Tempus project (511322-2010-SE-JPCR) “Geographic Information Technology for Sustainable Development in Eastern neighbouring countries”. Representatives of the Institute of Geodesy participated in this event.
In training courses was participated teachers and post-graduate students of the Institute of Geodesy: senior Lecturer Lyubov Babiy (chair of photogrammetry and geoinformatics), post-graduate student Iryna Dolynska (chair of photogrammetry and geoinformatics), assistant Borys Chetverikov (chair of photogrammetry and geoinformatics), assistant Olesya Tkachyk (chair of cadastre of territory), who represents those chairs of the Institute of Geodesy where subjects concerning on GIS are very important.
Also scientists and teachers from Moldova, Armenia and Kiev participated in the training courses.
Main themes of lectures and practical exercises were studying of ArcGIS. Responsible for the training was Prof. Dr. Dietrich Schroeder (Higher Technical School of Stuttgart, Germany), and his assistant Ole Mensing (Higher Technical School of Stuttgart, Germany).
The training courses were organized in six mini-projects, which covered most of the functionality of a desktop GIS: GIS in Tourism; GIS in Land Management Landslide Risk Zone Mapping; GIS in Land Management and Environment: Location Analysis; GIS in Water Management; GIS in Environment: Terrain Analysis for Flood Risk; GIS in Real Estate.
There were interesting and exciting excursions:
Matenadaran (the world’s largest repository of ancient Armenian manuscripts)
National Art Gallery of Armenia, National History Museum of Armenia, the Museum of Parajanov,
and unforgettable excursions to Tsitsernakaberd (memorial dedicated to victims of Armenian Genocide of 1915),
Garni (pagan Temple of the Sun, about 2 thousand years BC),
Echmiadzin – ecclesiastical capital of Armenia (Echmiadzin cathedral was built in 302-303, soon after Armenian Christianity in 301),
Geghard – the monastery located in the rocks in the Kotayk province (IV century).
Also incredible impressions of grand architectural ensemble of Yerevan, one of the oldest cities in Armenia (founded in 782 year BC) and the hospitality of Armenians.
On October 1, announced a competition for selection of candidates among teachers IGDG to participate in training courses TEMPUS (511322-2010-SE-JPCR) “Geographic information technology for sustainable development in Eastern neighbouring countries”, which will be held at the State University of Architecture and Construction Yerevan, Armenia
During the International Science and Technology Symposium “Geoinformation environmental monitoring: GPS and GIS technologies” (12-17 September 2011, Alushta, Crimea) met with the management of the project TEMPUS (511322-2010-SE-JPCR) “Geographic information technology for sustainable development in Eastern neighbouring countries”. The meeting was attended by Huaan Fan (Royal Institute of Technology (KTH), Sweden), Vitalie Dilan (Tiraspol State University (UST), Moldova),Dietrich Schroder (Stuttgart University of Applied Sciences (HFT), Germany),Iurii Karpinskyi (Kiev National University of Construction and Architecture (KNUCA)), Kornyliy Tretyak (Lviv Polytechnical National University (LPNU)).
The meeting discussed the following issues:
- Review of procurement of equipment for the GIS laboratories;
- Courses on GIS, which will be held at the State University of Architecture and Construction Yerevan, Armenia;
- The organization meeting of curriculum and analyzing data according to pre-processed forms;
- Discussion of student exchange under the project.
As a result of the meeting prepared a protocol on the work and following a plan that was sent to all partners of the project.
From 4th to 17th of April 2011 the Training Courses on GIS were held in the Polytechnic University of Valencia under the framework of the Tempus project “Geographic Information Technology for Sustainable Development in Eastern neighboring countries”. Representatives of the Institute of Geodesy participated in this event.
Ihor Kolb and Lyubov Babiy (chair of photogrammetry and geoinformation), Yulia Holubinka (chair of cartography and spatial modeling), and Mariia Malanchuk (chair of cadastre of territory) represents those chairs of the Institute of Geodesy where subjects concerning on GIS are very important.
Main themes of lectures and practical exercises were studying of theoretical bases of GIS, practices with ArcGis and introduction to new development of Spanish scientists – geographic information system of open source gvSIG.
Also scientists and teachers from Moldova, Armenia and Kiev participated in the courses and all had possibilities to know about structure and studying conditions of the Polytechnic University of Valencia, visited laboratories of GIS and geodetic equipments.
Additionally, the study visit to Catalonian Cartographic Institute in Barcelona was very interesting and substantial. And, of course, there were a lot of exciting excursions, trips and meetings, unforgettable walk trips by narrow streets of ancient Valencia, flowers, orange trees, sea, and sun.
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The project TEMPUS (511322-2010-SE-JPCR) “Geoinformation technologies for sustainable development in the eastern neighborhood” April 24-26 Lviv Polytechnic National University (LPNU), Ukraine, Karpinskogo Street 6, Building 2 (Room 501, 502) GIDEC Project Coordinators Meeting.
|Приїзд координаторів у Львів|
|09.00-12.30||Дискусії та фінальні рішення щодо YSUAC навчальних планів для магістрів|
|14.00-17.00||Пленарне засідання ГЕОФОРУМ|
|09.00-12.30||Розробка навчальних матеріалів: що вже завершено, що в стадії розробки?|
|14.00-17.00||Курси проекту & Оцінювання курсів: звіти всіх партнерів|
|09.00-12.30||Дистанційне навчання: поточний стан та майбутня робота
Планування фінальної конференції в Алушті
|14.00-18.00||Екскурсія по Львову і спільна вечеря|
TEMPUS program “Geographic information technology for sustainable development in Eastern neighbouring countries”
On December 17th-20th the first working meeting of partners of TEMPUS program “Geographic information technology for sustainable development in Eastern neighbouring countries” was conducted in the Armenian State University of Architecture and Construction in the city of Yerevan. Representatives from Germany, Spain, Moldova, Ukraine, Armenia and project coordinator, representative from Sweden had discussed aspects and problems concerning realization of this program.
In the work of Ukrainian delegation were representatives of two universities. From Lviv Polytechnic National University: director of the Institute of Geodesy professor Kornyliy Tretyak and lecturer of the chair photogrammetry and geoinformatics Lyubov Babiy; from Kiev National University of Construction and Architecture head of the chair geoinformatics and photogrammetry professor Yuriy Karpinskyi.
During the meeting the planned activities had been revised, special attention was paid to activities of the first project year; also some organizational and financial details had been corrected. In resolution of the meeting the importance of the results of the project implementation for education in the field of geoinformation technologies and the necessity of consideration of opinion of all stakeholders in each partner country in the field of geodesy, cartography and geographic information (teachers, scientists, postgraduates, students, representatives of national agencies, enterprises of all forms of ownership dealing with geoinformation systems) were emphasized.
Since January 2011 in the frame of TEMPUS project «Geographic information technology for sustainable development in Eastern neighbouring countries» and with support of Lviv Polytechnic National University the English courses for teachers and scientists of the Institute of Geodesy have been started.
The purpose of these courses is to rise the professional English level for following active participation in the project activities and in other international activities of the Institute of Geodesy. High level on English is necessary as in the project the retraining of teachers and scientists on the intensive training courses on selected geodesy and GIS topics solely in English and also participation of lecturers and teachers of the Institute of Geodesy in to modernization of existing and creation of new curricula including development of new teaching materials together with colleagues from Sweden, Spain, Germany, Moldova and Armenia is planned.