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Geodesy

Rebekka Steffen

Rebekka is a researcher at Lantmäteriet (The Swedish Mapping, Cadastral and Land Registration Authority). She is working on glacial isostatic adjustment (GIA) modelling with a focus on stress field changes and model development, and is involved in the development of a European velocity model as part of EUREF (Regional Reference Frame IAG Sub-Commission for Europe). Rebekka is also the chair of a IAG (International Association of Geodesy) Joint Study Group on GIA. She received her PhD in 2013 from the University of Calgary.

Women in Geodesy: Susanna Zerbini

Women in Geodesy: Susanna Zerbini

In the past weeks and months, we have introduced you to famous female geodesists who won the Vening Meinesz medal of the EGU Geodesy division. This week we turn our eyes to Susanna Zerbini, who was awarded with the Vening Meinesz medal in 2009 for her important work at the interface of geodesy and geodynamics using space geodetic techniques. Having this in mind, we were curious to find out what sh ...[Read More]

Women in Geodesy: Anna Kłos

Women in Geodesy: Anna Kłos

You guessed it right, it’s us again, the EGU Geodesy division ECS team! As you know, we have been working on a blog series called Women in Geodesy recently, and today we are turning our microphone to our current Science Officer and the Outstanding Early Career Scientist Awardee of 2021: Anna Kłos. We asked her a few questions and she was happy to answer them. Let’s leave the spot to Anna!   W ...[Read More]

What’s up for geodesy during the upcoming EGU23?

What’s up for geodesy during the upcoming EGU23?

It’s this time of the year again when 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 again: (v)EGU23. There will be scientific sessions with the usual oral and poster presentations as well as Pico sessions, networking opportunities and short cours ...[Read More]

Women in Geodesy: Martine Feissel-Vernier

Women in Geodesy: Martine Feissel-Vernier

  We started a new series where we interview past Vening-Meinesz medalists about her view and role as a women in science. So far, we have talked with Anny Cazenave and Véronique Dehant, the first and second Vening-Meinesz medalists. Only two years after Véronique Dehant, Martine Feissel-Vernier received the prestigious Vening-Meinesz medal in recognition of her outstanding accomplishments in ...[Read More]