Proceedings of the
"Journées 2011 Systèmes de référence spatio-temporels"
19-21 September 2011 - Vienna, Austria
(Electronic Version)
Earth rotation, reference systems, and celestial mechanics:
Synergies of geodesy and astronomy
Rotation de la Terre, systèmes de référence et mécanique céleste:
Synergies entre géodésie et astronomie

The Proceedings of the Journées 2011 that were held at the Vienna University of Technology (Vienna, Austria), from 19 to 21 September 2011, will appear in paper form.


List of the Journees at http://syrte.obspm.fr/jsr/historyJSR.html


Reference to be quoted for the Proceedings of the Journées 2011:

     Proceedings of the Journées 2011 "Systèmes de référence spatio-temporels",
     H. Schuh, S. Böhm, T. Nilsson and N. Capitaine (eds), Vienna University of Technology, 2012.
     ISBN 978-2-901057-67-3


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Table of contents
Preface
List of participants
Scientific program
List of posters
Postface
SESSION 1: FUNDAMENTAL ASTRONOMY, TIME AND RELATIVITY
SESSION 1: ASTRONOMIE FONDAMENTALE, TEMPS ET RELATIVITÉ
Titov O.: The secular aberration drift and future challenges for VLBI astrometry
Bucciarelli B. et al.: PARSEC's high precision astrometry - the making of
Coelho B. et Al. : Morphological classification of QSOS in the SDSS DR7 population
Pitjeva E.V.: Values of some astronomical parameters (au, GMS,MS), their possible variations from modern observations, and interrelations between them
Hohenkerk C.Y.: SOFA and the algorithms for transformations between time scales & between reference systems
J. Vondrák et al.: New long-term expressions for precession
Capitaine N.: Comparison between the variables and parameters used for high accuracy precession and nutation
Bize S., Wolf P.: Highly precise clocks to test fundamental physics
Soffel M.H., Tian W.: Relativity and large ring-laser gyroscopes
Lambert S., Le Poncin-Lafitte C.: On general relativity tests with the VLBI
Soja B. et Al.: General relativistic delays in current and future VLBI
Capitaine N. , Folgueira M.: Semi-analytical integration of precession-nutation based on the GCRS coordinates of the CIP unit vector
Lambert S.: Status of the GLORIA geodetic VLBI analysis software package
Sekowski M., Krynski J.: Methods of use and presentation of the accurate astrometric data based on the modern terrestrial and celestial reference systems
SESSION 2: TOWARDS THE NEXT GENERATION OF SPACE-TIME REFERENCE SYSTEMS
SESSION 2: VERS LA PROCHAINE GÉNÉRATION DE SYSTÈMES DE RÉFÉRENCE SPATIO-TEMPORELS
Mignard F.: From GAIA frame to ICRF3 ?
Manchester R.N., Hobbs G.: Pulsar timing and a pulsar-based timescale
Yatskiv Ya.S., Fedorov P.N.: One possible realization of the ICRF before the GAIA frame
Malkin Z. et Al. : Interaction between celestial and terrestrial reference frames and some considerations for the next VLBI-based ICRF
Bourda G., Charlot P.: Plans for an accurate alignment of the VLBI frame and the future gaia frame
Taris F. et Al.: Optical monitoring of extragalactic sources for the link between the ICRF sources and the future GAIA extragalactic reference frame
Jacobs C.S. et Al.: A potential Ka-Band (32 GHz) worldwide VLBI network
Pavlis E.C. et Al.: Forthcoming improvements in SLR data analysis: towards the mm-SLR
Romero-Wolf A.F., Jacobs C.S.: Effects of tropospheric spatio-temporal correlated noise on the analysis of space geodetic data
Jacobs C.S. et Al.: X/Ka VLBI frame's role in multi-wavelength studies
Damljanovic G., Milic I.: CCD Measurements in optical domain and astrometric positions of ICRF2 radio sources
Lambert S.: On the processing of VLBI intensive sessions
Marco F.J., Martinez M.J.: Statistic and analytic compatibility to joint catalogues with a set of common ICRF defining sources
SESSION 3: MODELLING, OBSERVATION AND PREDICTION OF EARTH ROTATION AND GLOBAL GEODYNAMICS
SESSION 3: MODÈLE, OBSERVATION ET PRÉDICTION DE LA ROTATION DE LA TERRE ET GÉODYNAMIQUE GLOBALE
Böhm S. et Al.: Atmospheric and oceanic excitation of Earth rotation
Koot L.: Constraints on the structure and dynamics of the Earth's deep interior inferred from nutation observations
Seitz F., Thomas M.: Simulation, prediction and analysis of earth rotation parameters with a dynamic Earth system model
Dehant V. et Al.: Analytical computation of the effects of the core-mantle boundary topography on tidal length-of-day variations
Gross R.S.: Improving UT1 predictions using short-term forecasts of atmospheric, oceanic, and hydrologic angular momentum
Bizouard C.: Asymmetric excitation of the polar motion
Stamatakos N.et Al.: Recent improvements in the IERS rapid service prediction center products for 2010 and 2011
Kaufman M.B., Pasynok S.L.: Rapid EOP calculation using vievs software
Brzeziński A., Böhm S.: Analysis of the high frequency components of Earth rotation demodulated from VLBI data
Chapanov Ya.: A model of centennial oscillations of Earth rotation based on total solar irradiance variations
Schindelegger M.: The signature of atmospheric tides in sub-daily variations of Earth rotation as unveiled by globally-gridded atmospheric angular momentum functions
Kadow C. et Al.: Impact of atmospheric tides simulated in a chemistryclimate model on sub-diurnal variations in UT1
Panafidina N.: Empirical model of subdaily variations in the Earth rotation from GPS and its stability
Nilsson T.: Determination of Earth rotation by combining VLBI and ring laser observations
Chapanov Ya. et Al.: Climatic and solar activity influences on interannual and decadal variations of VLBI stations
Choliy V.Ya., Zhaborovsky V.P.: KG++: Software for processing satellite laser ranging observations
Choliy V.Ya.: On the usage of XML file format in geodynamics
Gambis D.: Some systematic errors in AAM and OAM data
Kolaczek B.: Analysis of the geodetic residuals as differences between geodetic and sum of the atmospheric and oceanic excitation of polar motion
Krynski J., Zanimonskiy Y.M.: Geodynamic signals in time series of astrometric observations at borowa gora observatory
Malkin Z.M.: On the impact of the Galactic aberration on VLBI-derived precession model
Malkin Z.M., Tissen V.M.: Accuracy assessment of the ERP prediction method based on analysis of 100-year ERP series
Marčeta et Al.: Detection of the mutual periodical changes in the Earth rate of rotation and the solar activity by singular spectrum analysis
Martinez M.J., Marco F.J.: Non regular variations in the LOD from european medieval eclipses
Nagalski T.: Comparison of polar motion excitation function derived from equivalent water thickness data, obtained from filtered Stokes coefficients
Nerge P. et Al.: Simulation of the tides of ancient oceans and the evolution of the Earth-Moon system
Yao K. et Al.: Nutation and high precision astrometry observation techniques
SESSION 4: CELESTIAL MECHANICS OF SOLAR SYSTEM BODIES
SESSION 4 : MÉCANIQUE CÉLESTE DES CORPS DU SYSTÈME SOLAIRE
Escapa A.: Analytical modeling of the rigid internal motions of a three-layer celestial body through Hamiltonís principle
Hilton J.L.: Progress report of the IAU Commission 4 Working group on ephemeris access and the comparison of high accuracy planetary ephemerides
Weratschnig J.M. et Al.: New additions to The Astronomical Almanac: almanac data for dwarf planets
Kudryavtsev S.M.: Precise analytical calculation of the effect of solid Earth tides on satellite motion
Pashkevich V.V., Eroshkin G.I.: Construction of the numerical and semi-analytical solutions of the Moon rotation
Ivanova T.V.: Taking into account the planetary perturbations in the Moon's theory
Yagudina E.I.: EPM-ERA2011 lunar ephemeris and selenodynamical parameters from LLR (1970-2011) data
Bazsó A., Galiazzo M.: Lunar effects on close encounters of Hungaria asteroids and near-Earth asteroids with the Earth
Lhotka C. et Al.: On the stability of Earth's Trojans
Baudisch H., Dvorak R.: Where are the Saturn Trojans ?
Aljbaae S., Souchay J.: Effects of asteroids on the orbital motions of terrestrial planets
Souami D., Souchay J. : The invariable plane of the solar system: a natural reference plane in the study of the dynamics of solar system bodies
Tupikova I.: Averaging in the N-body problem with the Lie-series method in standard osculating elements
SESSION 5: SPACE OBSERVATIONS AND DEDICATED MISSIONS FOR GEODESY AND ASTROMETRY
SESSION 5: OBSERVATIONS SPATIALES ET MISSIONS DÉDIÉES À LA GÉODÉSIE ET L'ASTROMÉTRIE
Rummel R. et Al.: GOCE: Its principles and science
Hase H. et Al.: The future global VLBI2010 network of the IVS
Zharov V.E. et Al.: Estimation of the ground-space interferometer parameters during Radioastron mission
Pavlis E.C. et Al.: LARES: A new ASI mission to improve the measurement of lense-thirring effect with satellite laser ranging
Lovell J.E.J. et Al.: The AuScope VLBI project
DISCUSSION: ON FUTURE IAU RECOMMENDATIONS AND ORGANIZATION
DISCUSSION: RECOMMENDATIONS POUR L'UAI ET POUR SON ORGANISATION
McCarthy D.: On future IAU recommendations and organization
Capitaine N.: Toward an IAU 2012 resolution for the re-definition of the astronomical unit of length
Urban S.E., Kaplan G.H.: Nomenclature for the current precession and nutation models
Hilton J.L.: Standardizing access to ephemerides
Postface