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Geodesy

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.

Meet the new Geodesy Science Officer – Part 1

Meet the new Geodesy Science Officer – Part 1

  We hope that you have enjoyed reading about the new division president and division deputy president. But there are even more people behind the scenes that contribute to the development of the Geodesy division. Today we are going to introduce you to one of the new science officers: Anna Kłos. We asked her also a few questions and despite of being on maternity leave she was able to answer th ...[Read More]

Meet the new Geodesy Division Deputy President

Meet the new Geodesy Division Deputy President

It’s time to introduce a new member of the Geodesy Division Team: Roelof Rietbroek. You might remember Roelof from some years ago when he was the Geodesy ECS Representative and then later also became the Union ECS Representative. Now he has started to take over a new role as the deputy president within the Geodesy Division. We asked him a few questions so you can get to know him better. &nbs ...[Read More]

Starting a PhD during a pandemic

Starting a PhD during a pandemic

  Have you ever wondered what it means to start a PhD during the pandemic? Below you can get more insights.   Hi! I’m Öykü, a PhD student at Politecnico di Milano in Italy. I’m originally from Turkey and did my MSc at Istanbul Technical University. My research focus is static and time-variable gravity field recovery from satellite data and local gravity field modelling. Currently, ...[Read More]

Meet the new Geodesy Division President

Meet the new Geodesy Division President

Now that you know who the new ECS Reps are. Who else is part of the Geodesy Division Team? The outgoing president Johannes Böhm did an excellent job for the last four years. Now Annette Eicker has taken over in April as she was elected as the new president of the Geodesy Division. But who is Annette? We asked her a few questions about her work within the EGU, but also about her research and what s ...[Read More]