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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: Veronique Dehant

Women in Geodesy: Veronique Dehant

  A few weeks ago we talked with Anny Cazenave, the first Vening-Meinesz medallist, about her view on being a women in science. But, she wasn’t the only influential women in Geodesy that received the Vening-Meinesz medal from the EGU. In 2003, Véronique Dehant was awarded with the Vening-Meinesz medal in recognition of her outstanding contributions to the study of nutations of the Earth ...[Read More]

Women in Geodesy: Anny Cazenave

Women in Geodesy: Anny Cazenave

  After introducing famous women in the history of Geodesy last month, we now turn to influential women in Geodesy who have received the prestigious Vening-Meinesz medal of the EGU. We have asked the first female receipient of the Vening-Meinesz medal, Anny Cazenave, about her view and story of being a women in science. She gave us inspiring answers to our questions.   Would you like to ...[Read More]

Geodesy Division Year In Review 2022

Geodesy Division Year In Review 2022

Hi EGU Community! With the first blog post of 2023, we want to look back at what happened in the G Division during the last year and give an outlook on what you can expect for the new year! Looking back on 2022 G Division at the General Assembly  After two years of online-only general assemblies (GAs), in 2022 the GA switched to a hybrid format with an in-person part in Vienna and online participa ...[Read More]

We need a new Early Career Scientist Co-Representative!

We need a new Early Career Scientist Co-Representative!

The general assembly 2023 is approaching, and the EGU Geodesy division is looking for an enthusiastic early career scientist (ECS) to take over the role of the division ECS Co-representative. But what do you have to do as an ECS-representative? And where can you sign up? Early career scientists represent a significant share of the EGU members and attendees of the general assembly. It is therefore ...[Read More]