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Andreas Kvas

Andreas is a Postdoc at the Institute of Geodesy at Graz University of Technology in Austria. His research focuses on static and time-variable gravity field recovery from satellite data and applications of gravity data in other Earth science disciplines like hydrology and oceanography. He obtained his PhD in 2020 from Graz University of Technology and tweets as @akvas_esm.

What’s up for geodesy during the upcoming EGU22?

What’s up for geodesy during the upcoming EGU22?

It’s this time of the year again where we all try to meet up in Vienna and talk about our latest scientific results and more importantly network with old and new colleagues. The EGU General Assembly (GA) will be a hybrid meeting this year: EGU22. There will be scientific sessions with short oral presentations, networking opportunities and short courses. All scientific sessions and most short cours ...[Read More]

EGU Campfire Geodesy – Share Your Research – Fifth Edition

EGU Campfire Geodesy – Share Your Research – Fifth Edition

  We all welcome you around our fifth EGU Geodesy Campfire to listen to two exciting talks by Eva Börgens and Sandro Krauss. The Geodesy EGU Campfire Events “Share Your Research” will give (early career) researchers the chance to talk about their work. Below you can find detailed descriptions about their talks. We will have time for networking after the presentations. Please join us on Zoom o ...[Read More]

EGU Campfire Geodesy – Share Your Research – Fourth Edition

EGU Campfire Geodesy – Share Your Research – Fourth Edition

  We all welcome you around our fourth EGU Geodesy Campfire to listen to two exciting talks by Early Career Scientists (ECS) Marcello Passaro and Kevin Gobron. The Geodesy EGU Campfire Events “Share Your Research” will give early career researchers the chance to talk about their work. Below you can find detailed descriptions about their talks. We will have time for networking after the presen ...[Read More]

Geodesy Division Year In Review 2021

Geodesy Division Year In Review 2021

With 2021 coming to an end, we wanted to wrap up the year with a blog post summarizing all the things that happened within the Geodesy division. And, although we are still in the middle of a pandemic, there are a number of things to look forward to in 2022! Looking back on 2021 New Division Team 2021 was a year with many changes in the Geodesy Division. Outgoing Division President Johannes Böhm ha ...[Read More]