2015 ILRS Technical Workshop
Network Performance and Future Expectations for ILRS Support of GNSS, Time Transfer and Space Debris Tracking
October 26 – 30, 2015
Matera, Italy

Periodically the ILRS conducts Technical Workshops to focus on a few timely topics that impact the quality of our data products and our perations. These workshops are held in intervening years between the full International Workshops on Laser Ranging and are intended to provide time to articulate the issues carefully, allow for careful discussion and formulate a path forward. The 2015 ILRS Technical Workshop, sponsored by the Italian Space Agency (ASI) and the ILRS, was held in at the Casa Cava in Matera, Italy, October 26 – 30 to address:

  1. Network performance on GNSS and present and future user expectations,
  2. Present performance and future expectations for time transfer, and
  3. Present performance and future expectations for space debris tracking.

Over 100 attendees (photo) participated in the workshop. The program included over 50 oral presentations and over 15 posters. The Program section of this website includes links to all available abstracts, presentations, posters, and papers.

Program committee:

Pippo Bianco
Simone Dell’Agnello
Ludwig Grunwaldt
Georg Kirchner
Cinzia Luceri
Jan McGarry
Carey Noll
Toshi Otsubo
Erricos Pavlis
Mike Pearlman
Ulli Schreiber
Zhang Zhongping

Local organizers:

Cinzia Luceri
Pippo Bianco