• Wednesday 15 May 2019
  • Thursday 16 May 2019
  • Friday 17 May 2019
  • 08:30 - 09:00 Registrations

  • 09:00 - 10:00 Opening ceremony

  • 10:00 - 12:00 Keynote Speeches

    10:00 – 11:00 Keynote Speech 1 – Inspections and structural condition assessment of bridges: The role of ambient vibration testing and continuous monitoring
    Carmelo Gentile, Professor of Structural Engineering DABC, Politecnico di Milano, Italy

    11:00 – 12:00 Keynote Speech 2 – Big satellite data for ground deformation assessment at global scale
    Charalampos (Haris) Kontoes, Research Director, National Observatory of Athens, Greece

  • 12:00 - 13:00 Lunch break

  • 13:00 - 14:30 Oral Presentations 1.1 - QC/QA and optimization techniques in deformation analysis


    Session 1.1 – QC/QA and optimization techniques in deformation analysis
    Chairs: Wolfgang Niemeier, Günther Retscher

    Strategies and methods for multi-epoch deformation analysis with geodetic networks [p.84]
    Wolfgang Niemeier, Hiddo Velsink
    Evaluating the performance of a space- and time-continuous deformation models [p.59]
    Corinna Harmening, Hans Neuner
    Single point adjustment within existing networks by means of the repro-BLE [p.107]
    Burkhard Schaffrin, Cuiping Guo
    Impact of mathematical correlations on the statistic of the congruency test case study: B-splines surface approximation from bridge observations [p.71]
    Gael Kermarrec, Johannes Bureick, Hamza Alkhatib
    Accuracy of Msplit estimates in the context of vertical displacement analysis [p.122]
    Patrycja Wyszkowska, Robert Duchnowski
    Towards a More Rigorous Error Propagation Within the Errors-In-Variables Model for Geodetic Applications [p.106]
    Burkhard Schaffrin, Kyle Snow

  • 13:00 - 14:30 Oral Presentations 1.2 - New concepts for GNSS-based monitoring


    Session 1.2 – New concepts for GNSS-based monitoring
    Chairs: Volker Schwieger, Michael Gianniou

    Reducing Multipath Effect of Low-Cost GNSS Receivers for Monitoring by Considering Temporal Correlations [p.128]
    Li Zhang, Volker Schwieger
    Modelling antenna vibrations using the signal-to-noise ratio (snr) of GNSS signals [p.97]
    Ioulia Peppa, Panos Psimoulis, Xiaolin Meng
    On the Improvement of Precise Point Positioning augmented with tropospheric ZWD using CORS networks applied to bridge monitoring [p.139]
    Xu Tang, Craig Matthew Hancock, Gethin Wyn Roberts, Shuanggen Jin, Huib de Ligt
    Investigating the ability of high-rate GNSS-PPP for determining the vibration modes of engineering structures: small scale model experiment [p.139]
    Cemal Ozer Yigit, Ahmet Anil Dindar, Ahmed El-Mowafy, Mert Bezcioglu, Vassilis Gikas
    Distance Limitations when using CORS Networks and GNSS Receivers for Deformation Monitoring [p.139]
    Nikolaos Kanellopoulos, Georgios Pantazis, Evangelia Lambrou
    Predicting displacement deformation of bridge based on CEEMDAN-KELM model using GNSS monitoring data [p.46]
    Qian Fan, Xiaolin Meng, Dinh Tung Nguyen, Yilin Xie, Jiayong Yu

  • 14:30 - 15:00 Coffee break

  • 15:00 - 16:30 Oral Presentations 1.3 - Point cloud-based space-temporal deformations - I


    Session 1.3 – Point cloud-based space-temporal deformations – I
    Chairs: Heiner Kuhlmann, Vassilios Pagounis

    Robust feature-based correspondence search for point-cloud-based deformation monitoring [p.56]
    Zan Gojcic, Caifa Zhou, Andreas Wieser
    Analyzing shape deformation and rigid body movement of structures using commonly misaligned terrestrial laser scanners: the radio telescope case [p.65]
    Christoph Holst, Tomislav Medic, Axel Nothnagel, Heiner Kuhlmann
    Terrestrial Laser Scanning time series for landslide advanced analysis [p.98]
    Julien Point, Jean-Philippe Malet, Mathilde Desrues, Ryan Kromer, Gilbert Ferhat
    Deformation monitoring of noise barriers with profile laser scanning [p.108]
    Florian Schill, Andreas Eichhorn
    Geodetic surface based methods for structural analysis during construction phase [p.109]
    Claudius Schmitt, Hans Neuner, Benjamin Kromoser
    Influence of atmospheric refraction on terrestrial laser scanning at long range [p.48]
    Ephraim Friedli, Robert Presl, Andreas Wieser

  • 15:00 - 16:30 Oral Presentations 1.4 - Reference frames and geodynamics - I


    Session 1.4 – Reference frames and geodynamics – I
    Chairs: Demitris Delikaraoglou, Vassilios Andritsanos

    Input for intra-frame velocity models for the U.S. N.S.R.S. in 2022 [p.104]
    Daniel Roman
    Deformation detection through the realization of reference frames [p.91]
    Nestoras Papadopoulos, Melissinos Paraskevas, Katsafados Ioannis, Nikolaidis Georgios, Anagnwstou Eyaggelos
    Kobe earthquake monitoring – real time geodetic networking [p.63]
    Hiroyuki Hasegawa, Jan De Turck, Yoshihiro Ueda
    Analysis of deformations after the Bodrum-Kos earthquake (July 20, 2017 Mw6.6) using Geosensors data [p.32]
    Duygu Akyürek, Serdar Erol, İrem Köz, Bihter Erol
    Geohazard Detection Based on High-Precision Estimates of the Instantaneous Velocity of Autonomous GNSS Stations [p.64]
    Roland Hohensinn, Alain Geiger

  • 16:30 - 17:00 Coffee break

  • Section

  • 17:00 - 18:30 Oral Presentations 1.5 - Vibration monitoring and dynamics


    Session 1.5 – Vibration monitoring and dynamics
    Chairs: Xiaolin Meng, Panos Psimoulis

    RTS measurement of aeroelastic effects on a 30m-high historical industrial chimney [p.114]
    Stathis Stiros, Vasso Saltogianni, Dimitra Founda
    Bootstrap tests for model selection in robust vibration analysis of oscillating structures [p.87]
    Boris Kargoll, Mohammad Omidalizarandi, Jens-André Paffenholz, Ingo Neumann, Gaël Kermarrec, Hamza Alkhatib
    Detection of structural vibration with high-rate GNSS Precise Point Positioning – methodology and case study results [p.96]
    Jacek Paziewski, Pawel Wielgosz, Rafal Sieradzki, Radoslaw Baryla
    Multi-GNSS implementation and assessment of the phase residual method for structures dynamic load and natural frequency estimation [p.77]
    Marco Mendonca, Emerson P. Cavalheri, Ana P. Larocca, Marcelo C. Santos
    Experimental validation of a prototype photonic Phase Optical Time Domain Reflectometer for SHM in large-scale infrastructures [p.47]
    Massimo Leonardo Filograno, George Piniotis, Vassilis Gikas, Vassilis Papavassiliou, Charis Gantes, Maria Kandyla, Christos Riziotis
    Introduction to the New Monitoring System for Long-span Bridges – from GeoSHM to iSHM [p.78]
    Xiaolin Meng, Yilin Xie, Dinh Tung Nguyen, John S. Owen, Panos Psimoulis, George Ye, Laiyi Wu, Shuguo Pan, Jun Qian, Paul Bhatia, Yangjun Xu

  • 17:00 - 18:30 Oral Presentations 1.6 - Ground and spaceborne radar – I


    Session – Ground and spaceborne radar – I
    Chairs: Charles Toth, Georgios Pantazis

    Urban deformation monitoring using Sentinel-1 SAR data: a case study [p.40]
    Michele Crosetto, Oriol Monserrat, María Cuevas-González, Anna Barra, Vrinda Krishnakumar, Bruno Crippa
    Fast-moving landslides mapping contribution using Sentinel-2 satellite images [p.95]
    Issaak Parcharidis, Constantinos Loupasakis, Ioannis Gougoustamos
    Analysis of two decades of SAR data for measuring ground deformation in wider Athens, Greece [p.93]
    Ioannis Papoutsis, Charalampos Kontoes, Demitrios Paradissis
    Multi-station Ground-based Real-aperture Radar for quasi-static Deformation Measurement [p.105]
    Marco Scaioni, Mattia Manieri, Eufemia Tarantino
    Multi-temporal InSAR analysis for monitoring ground deformation in Amorgos island, Greece [p.33]
    Stavroula Alatza, Ioannis Papoutsis, Demitris Paradissis, Charalampos Kontoes

  • 19:30 Welcome cocktail

  • 09:00 - 10:30 Oral Presentations 2.1 - Monitoring of cultural heritage


    Session – Monitoring of cultural heritage
    Chairs: Konstantinos Tokmakidis, Dionysios Balodimos

    Multispectral monitoring of the successive phases of the Holy Aedicule rehabilitation [p.81]
    Antonia Moropoulou, Andreas Georgopoulos, Evangelia Lambrou, George Pantazis, Sofia Soile, Sevasti Tapeinaki, Elisavet Tsilimantou, Kyriakos Labropoulos
    The significance of 3D network adjustment by using different least squares methods for the constructions’ monitoring application on the monitoring network of the Holy Aedicule in Jerusalem [p.126]
    Dimitrios Zachos, George Pantazis, Evangelia Lambrou
    100 Years of Geodetic Measurements in the Piazza del Duomo (Pisa, Italy): Reference Systems, Data Comparability and Geotechnical Monitoring [p.38]
    Gabriella Caroti, Andrea Piemonte,Nunziante Squeglia
    Geodetic Monitoring and Structural Analysis on the Great Temple of Yeha, Ethiopia [p.76]
    Klaus Mechelke, Simeon Burkhardt, Gerhard Eisele, Marcus Illguth, Mike Schnelle, Harald Sternberg

  • 09:00 - 10:30 Oral Presentations 2.2 - Deformation monitoring for construction engineering


    Session 2.2 – Deformation monitoring for construction engineering
    Chairs: Alessandro Capra, Andrea Masiero

    Static and dynamic soil – structure interaction during the construction and operation of retaining structures and underground projects [p.100]
    Prodromos Psarropoulos
    A methodology for correcting refraction in vertical angles for precise monitoring in tunnels [p.85]
    Konstantinos Nikolitsas, Evangelia Lambrou
    Development and research of the methods for analysis of geodetic monitoring results for the subway tunnels [p.112]
    Roman Shults
    Geodetic monitoring of displacements and deformations for assestment of effect from suspend of exploitation of Pernik mines [p.68]
    Ivan Kaltchev, Maria Kaltcheva
    Re-discovering “big data” and “data science” in geodesy and geomatics [p.45]
    Ioannis D. Doukas

  • 10:30 - 11:00 Coffee break

  • 11:00 - 12:30 Session 2.3 - Bridge monitoring - I


    Session 2.3 – Bridge monitoring – I
    Chairs: Gethin Wyn Roberts, Prodromos Psarropoulos

    Bridge Monitoring & Assessment via OSMOS Optical Strands [p.39]
    François-Baptiste Cartiaux, Sofia Koutsonika, Georgios Andrikopoulos, Patrice Marc Pelletier
    Long-term Monitoring of a Multi-span Beam Bridge Using a Network of Digital Inclinometers: First Results and Perspectives [p.55]
    Vassilis Gikas, Athanasios Mpimis, George Piniotis, Harris Perakis, Fanis Papadimitriou, Kostas Drimeris, Panos Sotiriou
    Application of a Bayesian-based Neural Network on SHM of long-span bridges [p.83]
    Dinh Tung Nguyen, Xiaolin Meng, John Owen, Yilin Xie, Panagiotis Psimoulis, George Ye
    Assessment of bridges on the “Demir Kapija-Smokvica“ motorway section
    on Pan-European Corridor X using loading test [p.34]
    Toni Arangjelovski, Darko Nakov, Simona Bogoevska, Marija Docevska, Tilemachos Tsiknias, Goran Markovski
    Performance analysis of bridge monitoring with the integrated GPS, BDS and GLONASS [p.123]
    Ruijie Xi, Xiaolin Meng, Weiping Jiang, Qiyi He, Xiangdong An

  • 11:00 - 12:30 Session 2.4 - Reference frames and geodynamics - II


    Session 2.4 – Reference frames and geodynamics – II
    Chairs: Daniel Roman, Christos Pikridas

    The ups and downs of coast regions: The implications of vertical land motion on coastal hazards [p.43]
    Paul H. Denys, Rob G. Bell, John Hannah, Chris F. Pearson
    On the role of the length of GPS time-series in the accuracy of tectonic velocities’ estimation: Examples from the HEPOS network [p.54]
    Michail Gianniou, Eleni Mitropoulou, Dimitrios Mastoris
    Recent Surface Deformation along the Carmel-Gilboa Fault System, Israel [p.49]
    Gilad Even-Tzur, Jörg Reinking
    Calculating a geoid model for Greece using gravity and GPS observations [p.92]
    Nestoras Papadopoulos, Melissinos Paraskevas, Ioannis Katsafados, Georgios Nikolaidis
    A model of vertical land movements along the German coast based on a combined solution of GNSS and InSAR data [p.116]
    Dieter Tengen, Anika Riedel, Björn Riedel, Wolfgang Niemeier, Markus Gerke

  • 12:30 - 13:30 Lunch break

  • 13:30 - 15:00 - Sponsors Presentations


    Chairs: Andreas Georgopoulos, Gilbert Ferhat

    Non-intrusive technologies and solutions for Monitoring and Digital Reality models
    Marco Di Mauro, Monitoring and Control Segment Manager, Leica Geosystems Ltd
    Interoperability tools for deformation monitoring from UAS to road network change detection
    Dimitris Stefanakis, CΕΟ & Co-founder, UcanDrone PC, Greece
    Infrastructure Assessment, Monitoring and Management under the heavy maintenance of Olympia Odos Concession Project
    Michalis Bartzis, Alexandra Mavroeidi, Engineering Geologist, Olympia Odos, Greece
    OSMOS Integrated Monitoring Solutions
    Arnaud Surpas, OSMOS Hellas SA, Greece
    Structural health monitoring-an essential tool in the maintenance strategy of the Rion-Antirion Bridge
    Akis Panagis, GEFYRA S.A., Greece
    Rheticus®: Monitoring from space geological transformations of earth surface for detecting instabilities of critical infrastructure
    Yiota Spastra, Planetek Hellas E.P.E., Greece
    Deformation monitoring using Laser Scanners. OPSIS, a unique solution for leaving no spot unattended
    George Papastamos, Moniterra Ltd, Engineering Instrumentation & Monitoring, Cyprus

  • 15:00 - 15:30 Coffee break

  • 15:30 - 17:00 Oral Presentations 2.5 - Multi-sensor systems and new concepts for deformation measurements - I


    Session 2.5 – Multi-sensor systems and new concepts for deformation measurements – I
    Chairs: Werner Lienhart, Evangelia Lambrou

    Benefits of strain and temperature monitoring of conventional tunnel cross sections using distributed fibre optic sensors [p.37]
    Fabian Buchmayer, Christoph Martin Monsberger, Werner Lienhart
    Sensor noise characteristics and error propagation: An educational approach based on collocated MEMS accelerometers [p.113]
    Stathis Stiros, Georgia Fotopoulou, Christodoulos Glaros
    A methodology for WSN deployment in 2D large-scale constraining environments, using computational geometry algorithms [p.66]
    Athanasios Iliodromitis, Georgios Pantazis, Vassilios Vescoukis, Evangelia Lambrou
    Fast track seismic assessment protocol based on a low cost structural health monitoring system [p.41]
    Spyros Damikoukas, Stavros Chatzieleftheriou, Nikos D. Lagaros
    Temporal and Spatial Analysis of GNSS network data for detection of anomalies [p.57]
    Mohammed Habboub, Panos Psimoulis, Richard Bingley

  • 15:30 - 17:00 Oral Presentations 2.6 - Dam monitoring


    Session 2.6 – Dam monitoring
    Chairs: Maria João Henriques, Jens-André Paffenholz

    Automatic follow-up of the tri-directional displacements of the Sainte-Croix arch dam (Verdon – France) by motorized total station [p.36]
    Rémy Boudon, Simon Blin, Emilie Pons, Aurélie Ajzenberg
    Investigation of the relationship between rainfall and long-term settlements of earthfill dams based on geodetic measurements: the case of Pournari I dam (Greece) [p.127]
    Niloufar Zanganehazadabadi, Stella Pytharouli, Panagiotis Michalis
    Polyphyton Dam: Monitoring of the Right Abutment Slide [p.102]
    Spyridon Raftopoulos
    Adaptive parametric identification in dam monitoring by Kalman filtering [p.50]
    Sonja Gamse, Wan-Huan Zhou

  • 19:30 Dinner

  • 09:00 - 10:30 Oral Presentations 3.1 - UAV for change detection and deformation monitoring


    Session 3.1 – UAV for change detection and deformation monitoring
    Chairs: Charalabos Ioannidis, Stella Pytharouli

    Small and low-cost navigation system for UAV-based emergency disaster response applications [p.51]
    Yang Gao, Zhitao Lyu, Hamid Assilzadeh, Yang Jiang
    Low cost UAV and image classification for monitoring the deterioration on building façades [p.75]
    Andrea Masiero, Francesca Fissore, Antonio Vettore
    Multitemporal Surface Deformation Analysis of Amyntaio Slide (Greece) using Remotely Piloted Airborne System and Structure-from-Motion photogrammetry [p.119]
    Emmanuel Vassilakis, Michael Foumelis, Athanasia Erkeki, Evelina Kotsi, Issaak Parcharidis, Efthymios Lekkas
    On the UAV based Analysis of Slow Geomorphological Processes: A Case Study at a Solifluction Lobe in the Turtmann Valley [p.72]
    Lasse Klingbeil, Erik Heinz, Markus Wieland, Jana Eichel, Thomas Läbe, Heiner Kuhlmann
    Estimating Climate Change-based Soil Loss Using Erosion Models and UAV Imagery in the Metsovo Mountain Region [p.80]
    Loukas-Moysis Misthos, Lefkothea Papada, George Panagiotopoulos, Nikos Gakis, Dimitris Kaliampakos
    Photo surveys with drones. The improvement of OSOM+, the systematic monitoring of maritime works programme [p.62]
    Maria Henriques, Rui Capitão, Conceição Fortes, Rute Lemos, Teresa Reis, Hugo Silva

  • 09:00 - 10:30 Oral Presentations 3.2 - Ground and spaceborne radar – II


    Session 3.2 – Ground and spaceborne radar – II
    Chairs: Michele Crosetto, Chris Danezis

    Modeling and Monitoring of an Exploited Aquifer System in Northern Baja California, Mexico [p.110]
    Christine Schottmüller, Anika Riedel, Björn Riedel, Markus Gerke, Wolfgang Niemeier
    Multi-track N-SBAS Sentinel-1 Interferometry focused on opencast mine monitoring: The case study of the Ptolemaida-Florina coal mine in Greece [p.70]
    Kleanthis Karamvasis, Vassilia Karathanassi
    Monitoring ground deformation using Sentinel-1 PSInSAR and RTS measurements in the context of the Grand Paris Express project [p.82]
    Abdeljalil Nahli, Elisabeth Simonetto, Maxime Tatin, Stéphane Durand, Laurent Morel, Vincent Lamour
    Introduction to IBIS-ArcSAR: a circular scanning GB-SAR system for deformation monitoring [p.79]
    Alberto Michelini, Federico Viviani, Lorenzo Mayer
    The contribution of Sentinel-1 DInSAR to the determination of vertical deformation and height system monitoring [p.117]
    Natasa Triantafyllou, Georgios Vergos, Ilias Tziavos

  • 10:30 - 11:00 Coffee break

  • 11:00 - 12:30 Oral Presentations 3.3 - Multi-sensor systems and new concepts for deformation measurements - II


    Session 3.3 – Multi-sensor systems and new concepts for deformation measurements – II
    Chairs: Hans Neuner, Maria Tsakiri

    The 4th industrial revolution, how Monitoring and Risk Management in constructions is changing in the digital era [p.44]
    Marco Di Mauro
    A quick tool for the prediction of tunnel crown displacement using neural networks
    Spyros Nsubuga, Maria Tsakiri, Vasiliki Georgiannou [p.86]
    Deflection Monitoring and frequency response of a Ship using GPS and Fibre Optic based sensors [p.103]
    Gethin Wyn Roberts, Craig Matthew Hancock, Ferdinand Klug, Werner Lienhart, Niko Zuzek, Huib de ligt
    Machine learning meets deformation monitoring [p.88]
    Tomasz Owerko, Szymon Walasik, Wojciech Karaś
    The use of geodetic techniques in stability monitoring of floating structures [p.125]
    Vangelis Zacharis, Sotiria Dimitrellou, Konstantinos Politis, George Livanos, Vassilios Pagounis, Orthodoxia Arabatzi, Maria Tsakiri
    Evaluation of the application of radar and geodetic measurements in the monitoring of earth-filled structures [p.73]
    Przemyslaw Kuras, Lukasz Ortyl, Tomasz Owerko, Aleksandra Borecka

  • 11:00 - 12:30 Oral Presentations 3.4 - Monitoring of geohazards


    Session 3.4 – Monitoring of geohazards
    Chairs: Marco Scaioni, Ioannis Doukas

    CyCLOPS: A Novel Strategic Research Infrastructure Unit for Continuous Integrated Spaced-based Monitoring of Geohazards [p.42]
    Chris Danezis, Diofantos Hadjimitsis, Michael Eineder, Ramon Brcic, Athos Agapiou, Kyriacos Themistocleous, Evangelos Mendonidis, Marios Tzouvaras, Kleopas Hadjicharalambous, Sylvana Pilidou, Georgia Papathoma, Nana Mythilou, George Constantinou, Christiana Papoutsa, Marios Nikolaidis, Andreas Christofe
    Establishment of a multi-purpose 3D geodetic reference frame for deformation monitoring in Cortes de Pallas (Spain) [p.52]
    Luis García-Asenjo, Laura Martínez, Sergio Baselga, Pascual Garrigues
    Ground Deformation Monitoring Techniques at Continuous Surface Lignite Mines [p.99]
    Anthony Prokos, Christos Roumpos
    Monitoring of Tempi Valley Critical Rock Masses: Establishment of Special Monitoring Network and Procedures in Aegean Motorway S.A. Concession Project [p.67]
    Kostas Kalogirou, Efstratios Iliaskos
    Sentinel -1 for geohazards monitoring [p.35]
    Anna Barra, Oriol Monserrat, Lorenzo Solari, Marta Bejar-Pizarro, Michele Crosetto, Gerardo Herrera, Elena Gonzales-Alonzo, Roberto Sarro, Silvia Bianchini

  • 12:30 - 13:30 Lunch break

  • 13:30 - 15:00 Oral Presentations 3.5 - Point cloud-based space-temporal deformations - ΙΙ


    Session 3.5 – Point cloud-based space-temporal deformations – ΙΙ
    Chairs: Andreas Wieser, Antonio Vettore

    Non-signalized Structural Monitoring using Scanning Total Stations [p.101]
    Lukas Raffl, Wolfgang Wiedemann, Thomas Wunderlich
    Numerical structural identification using 3D laser scanning – a simulation-based case study [p.111]
    Eugenio Serantoni, Andreas Wieser
    Random Sample Consensus vs Neural Network Analysis (RANSAC vs NNA) – a comparative evaluation on TLS point clouds [p.74]
    Konstantinos Lakakis, Konstantinos Tokmakidis, Alexandros Naskos
    Axial tomography as a tool for the estimation of constructions’ deformations [p.53]
    George Georgopoulos, Elisavet Telioni, George Antoniou, Efstathia Diakoumi
    Large-volume photogrammetric deformation monitoring of the Bremen Cog [p.60]
    Heidi Hastedt, Thomas Luhmann, Amandine Colson
    Monitoring the planarity and subsidence of a motorway using kinematic laser scanning [p.61]
    Erik Heinz, Christian Eling, Lasse Klingbeil, Heiner Kuhlmann

  • 13:30 - 15:00 Oral Presentations 3.6 - Bridge monitoring - II


    Session 3.6 – Bridge monitoring – II
    Chairs: Stathis Stiros, Rémy Boudon

    Identifying bridge deformation using laser scanning data [p.118]
    Linh Truong-Hong, Roderik Lindenbergh
    Spatio-temporal monitoring of a bridge based on 3D point clouds – A comparison among several deformation measurement approaches [p.89]
    Jens-André Paffenholz, Daniel Wujanz
    Diagnostic surveys of displacements of a rotating pedestrian bridge during its movement [p.120]
    Ireneusz Wyczałek, Michał Wyczałek, Elżbieta Wyczałek
    Monitoring of the static and dynamic displacements of railway bridges with the use of the total station and set of the electronic inclinometers [p.121]
    Ireneusz Wyczałek, Piotr Olaszek, Damian Sala, Marek Kokot

  • 15:00 - 16:00 Keynote Speech


    Keynote Speech 3 – How research and technology convergence is shifting the deformation monitoring paradigm
    Chairs: Andreas Wieser, Vassilis Gikas
    Dorota Grejner-Brzezinska, Lowber B. Strange Endowed Chair, Professor, Associate Dean for Research, The Ohio State University, Colombus, United States

  • 16:00 Closing of the Conference - Awards - Closing Ceremony

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