NKG workshop on “Geodesy – From Science to Society” 

The NKG Science Week was organized by the National Land Survey of Iceland. The second NKG Science Week was held in Reykjavik at the Icelandair Hotel Reykjavík Natura, 9. – 11. March 2020. During those days a conference on “Geodesy – from Science to Society” was held as well as four different working group meetings. 

Local Organizing Committee LOC 

Thorarinn Sigurdsson (IS, chair), Gunnar Haukur Kristinsson (IS), Markku Poutanen (FI) 

Scientific Organizing Committee SOC 

Holger Steffen (SE, chair), Ove Christian Dahl Omang (NO), Anna B. O. Jensen (DK), Gudmundur Valsson (IS), Pasi Häkli (FI) 


See the programme of the workshop here (link to pdf-file)

Workshop Presentations 

Markku Poutanen et al.: “NKG Nordic Geodetic Commission – Past, Present and Future” (link to pdf-file)

Vincent Drouin: “The value of using InSAR for monitoring natural hazards in Iceland” (invited) (link to pdf-file)

Erik Lysdal: “Integrating InSAR into Future Height Infrastructure” (invited) (link to pdf-file)

Martin Lidberg: “Dynamic Reference Frames (DRF) – concepts and NKG activities” (link to pdf-file)

Guðmundur Valsson: “DRF – practical implementation in Iceland”  (link to pdf-file)

Anna B. O. Jensen: “Future GNSS positioning services and the need for geodetic infrastructure” (link to pdf-file)

List of Participants 

See final list of participants (link to pdf-file)