May 2017 Technical Program



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GNSS+R 2017
23-25 May 2017
Technical Program
FINAL

Rogel Ballroom

Michigan Union Building

University of Michigan

530 South State Street

Ann Arbor, MI USA


http://gnssr2017.org/


Day 1 Morning – Tuesday 23 May 2017

8:30







WELCOME & MEETING LOGISTICS




Oral Half Session 1A. GNSS-R Missions (08:45-10:05)

8:45

 

 

Unwin

Martin

SSTL, UK

Introduction to TDS-1, status of satellite, overview of recent operations & experiments.

9:05

 

 

Wickert

Jens

German Research Centre for Geosciences GFZ, Potsdam, Germany

GNSS Reflectometry onboard the International Space Station with GEROS-ISS: Review of activities and current status

9:25

 

 

Martin-Neira

Manuel

ESA/ESTEC

Reduced GEROS-ISS Mission

9:45

 

 

Ruf

Chris

Univ. of Michigan

The CYGNSS Mission for Tropical Ocean Winds

10:05







BREAK










Oral Half Session 1B. Data Assimilation (10:25-11:45)

10:25

 

 

Shah

Rashmi

NASA/JPL

Snow Remote Sensing Using Signals of Opportunity

10:45

 

 

Yang

Shu-Chih

Department of Atmospheric Sciences, National Central University, Jhongli, Taiwan

Evaluating the impact of the Formosat7-R wind on tropical cyclone assimilation and prediction

11:05

 

 

Pu

Zhaoxia

University of Utah

The impact of CYGNSS Ocean Surface Wind Speeds on Numerical Prediction of Tropical Convection and Hurricanes with NCEP GSI-based ensemble-variational hybrid data assimilation system

11:25

 

 

Leidner

Mark

AER

Evaluation of CYGNSS winds retrieved using an Extended Kalman Filter (EKF) and progress toward direct assimilation of Delay-Doppler Maps (DDMs)



Day 1 Afternoon – Tuesday 23 May 2017

Oral Session 2. Calibration/Validation and Signal Processing (13:00 - 16:20)

13:00

 

Gleason

Scott

SwRI, Boulder, CO

INITIAL VALIDATION OF THE CYGNSS LEVEL 1 DATA PRODUCTS




13:20

 

Clarizia

Maria Paola

Univ. of Southampton

Level 2 Wind Speed from CYGNSS Data




13:40

 

McKague

Darren

Univ. of Michigan

Preliminary Intercalibration of the CYGNSS Constellation




14:00

 

Egido

Alejandro

NOAA/NESDIS

Application of Delay/Doppler Altimetry Data Processing Techniques to CYGNSS




14:20

 

O'Brien

Andrew

Ohio State Univ.

First Test of the CYGNSS Beacon System Using TDS-1




14:40

 

BREAK

 

 

 




15:00

 

Jales

Phil

SSTL, UK

More details on recent TDS-1 data logging, radiometric data logging, switched loads, processor settings




15:20

 

Buchanan

Matt

Ohio State Univ.

GNSS-R Carrier Phase Measurements Using the SMAP Radar




15:40

 

Fabra

Fran

ICE-CSIC/IEEC; Barcelona

Synoptic iGNSS-R altimetry from aircraft using SPIR




16:00

 

Juang

Jyh-Ching

Department of Electrical Engineering, National Cheng Kung University, Taiwan

Data Analysis of Galileo Reflected Signals in an Airborne Experiment




(Day 1 Late Afternoon Poster Session – see pages 8-11)

Day 2 Morning – Wednesday 24 May 2017

Oral Session 3. Ocean Altimetry (8:30-11:30)




8:30

 

Zuffada

Cinzia

NASA/JPL

Sea Surface Topography with CyGNSS and SMAP: Preliminary Assessment




8:50

 

Carreno-Luengo

Hugo

NASA/JPL

ADVANCING GNSS-R OCEAN SCATTEROMETRY AND ALTIMETRY; SMAP + CYGNSS




9:10

 

Camps

Adriano

UPC Barcelona

Ionospheric Scintillation Impact on GNSS-R Altimetry




9:30

 

Shah

Rashmi

NASA/JPL

Scientific Application of Altimetric Measurement Using Wideband Signals of Opportunity




9:50

 

BREAK

 

 

 




10:10

 

Nievinski

Felipe

Federal University of Rio Grande do Sul (UFRGS) Institute of Geosciences – Department of Geodesy BRAZIL

IAG/GGOS inter-comparison campaign on SNR-based GNSS reflectometry for sea level monitoring




10:30

 

Lestarquit

Laurent

CNES, FRANCE

Exploring Ground Based and Airborne Carrier Phase GNSS-R Altimetry




10:50

 

Liu

Wei

Merchant Marine College, Shanghai Maritime University, 200135 Shanghai, China

Ground-based sea level altimetry using carrier phase delay observations of reflected GPS signals




11:10

 

Shum

C.K.

Ohio State Univ.

GNSS-Reflectometry Based Coastal Sea- and Water-Level Measurements






Day 2 Afternoon – Wednesday 24 May 2017

Oral Session 4. Ocean Scatterometry (13:00 - 16:40)




13:00

 

Foti

Giuseppe

NOC, UK

Preliminary analyses and early valudation of calibrated spaceborne GNSS-R data from the UK TechDemoSAt-1 mission for ocean wind retrieval




13:20

 

Soulat

Francois

Space Oceanography Division, CLS, FRANCE

TechDemoSat-1 wind & wave analysis




13:40

 

Ressler

Gerhard

ESA/ESTEC

Comparison of GNSS-R Ocean Surface Wind Speed Estimates from TDS-1 against Airborne AWVS Scatterometer Data in the Baltic Sea




14:00

 

Ullo

Silvia

Communications and Remote Sensing Laboratory, Universit`a degli Studi del Sannio, Benevento - Italy

A STUDY OF THE RECEIVED POWER FOR GNSS REFLECTOMETRY IN BACKSCATTERING CONFIGURATION




14:20

 

Garrison

James

Purdue Univ.

Development of a Geophysical Model Function for Remote Sensing of High Ocean Surface Winds using S-band Reflectometry




14:40

 

BREAK

 

 

 




15:00

 

Zavorotny

Valery

NOAA/ESRL

First results oF MSS retrievals from the CYGNSS MIssion




15:20

 

Addabbo

Pia

Universit`a degli Studi Giustino Fortunato, Benevento, Italy

Performance of the Delay-Doppler Scattered Power Volume observable for wind speed estimation with CYGNSS




15:40

 

Lang

Tim

NASA/MSFC

Using CYGNSS to investigate relationships between wind-driven surface fluxes and tropical oceanic convection




16:00

 

Warnock

April

SRI International

Ann Arbor, MI



Storm Surge Modeling with CYGNSS Winds




16:20

 

Burrage

Derek

Naval Research Laboratory, Oceanography Division, Stennis Space Center, MS, 39529, USA

Retrieving Sea Surface Roughness and Salinity from Microwave Radiometry and Reflectometry Measurements Obtained During the Maine Offshore (Maineo) Experiment




(Day 2 Evening Dinner and Museum Tour – see )

Day 3 Morning – Thursday 25 May 2017

Oral Session 5. Land (8:30-11:50)




8:30

 

Zuffada

Cinzia

NASA/JPL

Using GNSS Reflectometry for Global Wetlands Observations




8:50

 

Nazzareno

Pierdicca

Sapienza University, Rome, Italy

GNSS SIGNAL UNDER FOREST FOR BIOMASS RETRIEVAL: EXPERIMENTAL RESULTS AND MODELS




9:10

 

Larson

Kristine

CU-Boulder

PBO H2O 2012-2017: Environmental Products from GPS Reflections




9:30

 

McDonald

Kyle

The City College of New York, City University of New York, New York, NY

Monitoring the hydrological state of terrestrial carbon reservoirs: Utilizing GNSS reflectometry to assess surface inundation dynamics and freeze/thaw transitions




9:50

 

BREAK

 

 

 




10:10

 

Lowe

Steve

NASA/JPL

Results from Recent GNSS-R Aircraft Experiments on Wetland Inundation and Soil Moisture




10:30

 

Motte

Erwan

CESBIO Toulouse, France

Results from the GLORIE GNSS-R Airborne campaign for land applications




10:50

 

Garrison

James

Purdue Univ.

AIRBORNE EXPERIMENTS IN SOIL MOISTURE REMOTE SENSING USING P-BAND SIGNALS OF OPPORTUNITY (SOOP)




11:10

 

Kurum

Mehmet

Mississippi State Univ

A Coherent Bistatic Vegetation Model for Signal of Opportunity Land Applications: Preliminary Simulation Results at VHF-UHF bands




11:30

 

Chaparro

David

Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya, IEEC/UPC, Jordi Girona 1-3, 08034 Barcelona, Spain

DEPOLARIZATION OF GNSS SIGNALS DUE TO VEGETATION: APPLICATION TO LAND MONITORING






Day 3 Afternoon – Thursday 25 May 2017

Oral Half-Session 6A. Modeling & Theory (13:00 - 14:20)




13:00

 

Park

Hyuk

UPC Barcelona

END-TO-END SIMULATION OF SPACEBORNE GNSS-R FOR LAND APPLICATIONS




13:20

 

Chew

Clara

NASA/JPL

Similarities and differences between GNSS reflections and L-band backscatter observations




13:40

 

Chang

Paul

NOAA/NESDIS/STAR

Preliminary Analysis of CYGNSS Responses to the Ocean and Atmospheric Parameters




14:00

 

Principe

Stefano

Università degli Studi del Sannio, Communications and Remote Sensing Laboratory, Benevento Italy

Statistical modeling and simulation of delay-Doppler maps in the time-varying regime




14:20




BREAK













Oral Half Session 6B. Cryosphere (14:40-16:20)




14:40

 

Cartwright

Jessica

National Oceanography Centre, UK

Characterisation of the Cryosphere with GNSS-R Data from TechDemoSat-1




15:00

 

Mashburn

Jake

CU Boulder

TDS-1 Global Ocean Altimetry and Sea Ice Boundary Zone Detection




15:20

 

Park

Jeonghwan

ESL, Ohio State Univ.

TDS-1 Coherent Returns over Sea Ice and Land Surfaces




15:40

 

Strandberg

Joakim

Chalmers University of Technology

GNSS as a sea ice sensor - detecting coastal freeze states with ground-based GNSS-R




16:00

 

Carreno-Luengo

Hugo

NASA/JPL

DUAL-POLARIZATION SPACEBORNE GNSS-R FROM THE SMAP MISSION: AN STUDY OVER LAND AND CRYOSPHERE






Day 1 Late Afternoon – Tuesday 23 May 2017

Poster Session (16:40 - 18:00)







GNSS-R Missions

 


 

 

 




 




Gavili

Narin

Department of Geodesy and Geomatics, K.N Toosi University of Technology, Tehran, Iran

An Orbit Geometric Optimization for a Regional GNSS Remote Sensing Mission




 




Masters

Dallas

CU Boulder

Earth Science Mission Design Tools for Harnessing Satellite Signals of Opportunity




 




Asgarimehr

Milad

Helmholtz Centre Potsdam GFZ

A new era in space-borne GNSS Reflectometry; Potentials in near real time storm scale predictions




 

 

Sun

Yueqiang

National Space Science Center, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Beijing, China

The Introduction of GNSS Occultation Sounder II (GNOS II) for FY3 satellites




Data Assimilation







 

 




Wang

Xiaochun

UCLA

Observing System Simulation Experiments with GNSS-r Sea Surface Height Observation in the Gulf of Mexico




 




Leidner

Mark

AER

Impact of Simulated CYGNSS Ocean Surface Winds on Tropical Cyclone Analyses and Forecasts in a Regional OSSE Framework




 




Grieco

Giuseppe

KNMI

GNSS-R Observation Operator Development and Impact Evaluation (GOODIE)




 

 

Leidner

Mark

AER

Assimilation of CYGNSS Ocean Surface Winds in HWRF




Signal Processing, Calibration and Validation

 

 




Ribó

Serni

Institute of Space Sciences (CSIC/IEEC) Campus UAB, Carrer de Can Magrans, s/n 08193 Cerdanyola del Vallès

The Bi-Band Software PARIS Interferometric Receiver




 




Hobiger

Thomas

Department of Earth and Space Science, Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden

Troposphere self-calibration in ground-based GNSS-R




 




Onrubia

Raul

UPC Barcelona

THE MICROWAVE INTERFEROMETRIC REFLECTOMETER: DEVELOPMENT STATUS AND BEAM-FORMING VALIDATION TESTS




 




Querol

Jorge

UPC-BarcelonaTech

RFI mitigation for GNSS-R instruments: FENIX, the Front-End GNSS Interference eXcisor




 




Loria

Eric

ESL, Ohio State Univ.

Investigating the Dependency Between Navigation and Reflectometry Receivers in GNSS-R Instruments




 




Vollmuller

Bert-Johan

NLR Netherlands Aerospace Centre -- Amsterdam, The Netherlands

On board payload data processing for GNSS-R Using FFT processing to compute reflected waveforms (or Doppler Delay Maps)




 




Balasubramaniam

Rajeswari

Univ. of Michigan

CALIBRATION AND VALIDATION OF CYGNSS LEVEL 2 DATA PRODUCTS




 




Bandeiras

Jorge

DEIMOS Engenharia, SA

Time series analysis of the first months of operations of the SARGO instrument in the VTS Tower




 

 

Wang

Tianlin

Univ. of Michigan

Implementation and calibration of GPS Constellation Power Monitor System for High Accuracy Calibration/Validation of CYGNSS l1b Data




Ocean Scatterometry

 

 

 

 




Anguelova

Magdalena

NRL, Washington DC

Effect of a sea spray layer on L-band signal from ocean surface




 




Yi

Yuchan

School of Earth Sciences, The Ohio State University, Columbus, OH 43210-1398

Estimation of Wind Diurnal Cycle Using Simulated Ocean Surface Winds Measurable by CYGNSS and ASCAT Satellites




 




Wang

Xiaochun

UCLA

MJO modulation of wind diurnal cycle: An analysis using CCMP




 




Chang

Paul

NOAA/NESDIS/STAR

PRELIMINARY ASSESMENT OF CYGNSS LEVEL-2 WIND PRODUCT




 




Lin

Wenming

Institut de Ciències del Mar – CSIC, Barcelona, Spain

A WIND GEOPHYSICAL MODEL FUNCTION FOR TDS-1




 

 

Zhang

Han

Purdue Univ.

Sea Roughness Retrievals Using Dual-pol Reflectometry in S and L-Band




Ocean Altimetry

 

 

 

 




Strandberg

Joakim

Chalmers University of Technology Department of Earth and Space Sciences, SE-412 96 Gothenburg, Sweden

Retrieving sea surface heights by inverse modeling of GNSS SNR data




 




Nievinski

Felipe

Federal University of Rio Grande do Sul (UFRGS) Institute of Geosciences – Department of Geodesy BRAZIL

Tropospheric delays in ground-based GNSS multipath reflectometry – Towards a unified angular/linear refraction model using ray-tracing simulations




 




Kucwaj

Jean-Christophe

Laboratoire d'Informatique, Signal et Image de la Côte d’Opale (LISIC, EA 4491; FRANCE

Angular estimator dedicated to GNSS-R Altimetry using phase observations




 




Tabibi

Sajad

University of Luxembourg, Faculty of Science, Technology, and Communication, Research Unit of Engineering Sciences (RUES), Luxembourg

GNSS multipath reflectometry for coastal sea level monitoring: Extended dynamic model based on the sea vertical acceleration




 

 

Tabibi

Sajad

University of Luxembourg, Faculty of Science, Technology, and Communication, Research Unit of Engineering Sciences (RUES), Luxembourg

Sea level monitoring from POLENET and GNET GNSS networks




Land 

 

 

 




 

 

Motte

Erwan

CESBIO Toulouse, France

GLORIE Airborne campaign: results for agricultural and forest areas




Theory, Models and Simulations

 

 

 




Di Simone

Alessio

Università di Napoli Federico II, Via Claudio 21, 80125, Napoli, Italy

NEAR REAL-TIME TARGET DETECTION OVER THE SEA USING GNSS-R SMALL SATELLITE CONSTELLATION




 

 

Fabra

Fran

ICE-CSIC/IEEC; Barcelona

Wavpy: an open-source tool for the GNSS+R community




Cryosphere

 

 

 

 




Li

Yunwei

The School of Geodesy and Geomatics, Wuhan University

Snow Depth Estimation Based on Multipath Phase Combination of BDS Triple-Frequency Signals




 




Chang

Xin

School of Geodesy and Geomatics, Wuhan University, Wuhan, China

GNSS-R Based Snow Water Equivalent Estimation




 




Guan

Dongliang

Institute of Geodesy and Geophysics, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Wuhan, China

Grazing land surface reflections over permafrost - observations at the Zeppelin Mountain station, Spitsbergen




 




Fabra

Fran

ICE-CSIC/IEEC; Barcelona

The GRAIS project: one year of GNSS reflectometry in Antarctica




 

 

Semmling

Maximilian

Helmholtz Centre Potsdam GFZ

A Fram Strait Experiment: Sensing Sea Ice Conditions using Shipborne GNSS Reflectometry





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