東北大学
文部科学省
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Innovations in geodetic data analysis using information science are important for establishing a fault-slip monitoring system in this project. Therefore, we have established a research implementation system that consists of researchers with expertise in information science, geodetic data analysis, and data assimilation. Students from the laboratories of the participating members will also be involved in the project. This project is the only one out of five projects that were accepted this year in the STAR-E project to deal mainly with geodetic data. Therefore, we will hold study sessions focusing on geodetic data analysis and related topics around once a month to introduce interested individuals to geodesy and geodetic data analysis. There are currently only a small number of young researchers and graduate students who work with geodetic data, thereby highlighting the urgent need to foster specialists who can support future geodetic data analysis from a mathematical perspective. Seven study sessions were held before March 2022 during which we discussed the fundamentals of geodetic data, such as GNSS and synthetic aperture radar (SAR), and their application to crustal movement research. These study sessions were attended by young researchers and graduate students who were either project members or interested in the study sessions. We intend to continue these study sessions in the future, and we look forward to further active participation from young researchers and graduate students in future sessions.

NameInstitution
Masayuki Kano Tohoku University
Keisuke YanoISM
Takeru MatsudaRiken
Shin'ichi MiyazakiKyoto University
Hirotaka HachiyaWakayama University
Takuya NishimuraKyoto University)
Yo FukushimaTohoku University
Takane HoriJAMSTEC
Ryoko NakataThe University of Tokyo
Nematollah GhayournajarkarTohoku University
Yusuke TanakaTohoku University
Rikuto FukushimaTohoku University
Yutaro OkadaTohoku University
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