Preface 
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Sponsors 
The organization of the Symposium and the publication of this
Proceedings Volume became possible thanks to the support of:
Main sponsors:
 ERGOSE – Hellenic Railroad Construction Works SA, Athens
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Committees 
Scientific Committee
 Anagnostopoulos, A., Athens
 Bock, Y., San Diego
 Brunner, F., Graz
 Chen, Y.Q, Hong Kong
 Chrzanowski, A., New Brunswick
 Dodson, A., Nottingham
 Fyticas, M., Thessaloniki
 Jin, F., Shandong
 Kasser, M., Paris
 Kato, T., Tokyo
 Mair, R., Cambridge
 Marinos, P., Athens
 Niemeir, W., Braunschweig
 Prescott, W., Menlo Park
 Proszynski, W., Warsaw
 Rizos, C., Sidney
 Savvaidis, P., Thessaloniki
Organizing Committee
 V. Kontogianni, Dept. of Civil Engineering, Patras University,
Patras
 A. Koutsouveli, Institute of Geology and Mineral Exploration,
Athens
 M. Liatsou, Heliotopos Conference Organizers, Athens
 S. Papageorgiou, TAP, Ministry of Culture, Athens
 S. Pytharouli, Dept. of Civil Engineering, Patras University,
Patras
 S. Stiros, Dept. of Civil Engineering, Patras University,
Patras
 P. Triantafyllidis, Dept. of Civil Engineering, Patras
University, Patras
 G. Vougioukalakis, Institute of Geology and Mineral
Exploration, Athens

Introduction

Goals and achievements of FIG
working group WG6.1  Deformation Measurements and Analysis
Chrzanowski A., Ding X., Roberts G., Whitaker C. 
A. Tectonophysics & Seismology

Α1 
Utilization of
Continuous Operating Reference Stations (CORS) in Southern California
for Deformation Monitoring
Duffy M., Whitaker C.
Α2  Monitoring
Vertical Movements in Mount Carmel Region
EvenTzur G.
Α3 
Geodetically derived displacements and crustal deformation analysis.
Application in the Volvi area
Fotiou A., Kagiadakis V., Pikridas Ch., Rossikopoulos D.
Α4  Monitoring
local geodynamical movemments and deformations by borehole tiltmeters
in Hungary
Mentes G.
Α5  Geodetic
Monitoring of slow Deformations in a seismically active Region
Zippelt K.
Α6  Deformation
studies in the Corinthian gulf via multiepoch analysis of geodetic
data
AgatzaBalodimou A.M., Avallone A., Briole P., Karamitsos S., Marinou
A., Mitsakaki C., Papazissi K., Veis G.
Α7  Geodynamic
investigations along the Mecsekfault in Hungary using precise
geodetic devices
Bányai L.
Α8  Searching
for Interrelation between Deformation and Stress Distribution in the
Shallow Basement
Czarnecka K.
Α9  Study on
deformation parameter in Poland obtained from tectonophysics and GPS
data analysis
Klek M., Jarosinski M., Rogowski J.,
Α10 
Geodynamic research concerning recent movements in the Karkonosze MTS.
and Karkonosze foreland
Makolski K., Mierzelewski M., Bosy J.
Α11 
Geodynamics and Deformations of the sudetic geological structural
blocks
Schenk V., Jechum΅lova Z., ScheΥkova Z., Bosy J., Pavel K. 
B. Applications in Volcanology 
Β1 
Numerical computation of deformation field in volcanic areas
Giberti G., Russo G.
Β2  Monitoring
and deformation analysis in Neapolitan volcanic area
Pingue F., Del Gaudio C., De Natale G., Obrizzo F., Sepe V., Cecere
G., De Martino P., Malaspina S., Serio C., Siniscalchi V., Tammaro U.
Β3  Geodetic
evidence for slow inflation of the Santorini caldera
Stiros S., Chasapis A., Kontogianni V. 
C. INSAR 
C1 
Deformation monitoring using remotely sensed
radar interferometric data
Crosetto M., Arnaud A., Duro J., Biescas E., Agudo M.
C2  Subsidence monitoring using
contiguous and PSInSAR: quality assessment based on precision and
reliability
Hanssen R.
C3  Integration of leveling and INSAR
data for land subsidence monitoring
Odijk D., Kenselaar F.
C4  The derivation of phase integer
ambiguity from single INSAR pairs : Implications for differential
interferometry
Sowter A.
C5  Small Scale Surface Deformation
Monitoring in Mining Regions Using Differential Radar Interferometry
Baran I. , Stewart M.
C6  Identification and measurement of
mining subsidence with SAR interferometry: potentials and limitations
Perski Z.
C7  Differential Radar Interferometry for
Mine Subsidence Monitoring
Ge L., Rizos C., Chang HsingChung, Qin L., Chen MingHan 
D. Instrumentation & New Techniques 
D1 
Structural deformation measurement using terrestrial laser scanners
Gordon S. J., Lichti D. D., Stewart M. P.D2 
A novel method of
high precision height determination for industrial applications
Radovanovic R.S., Teskey W.F.
D3  RealTime
monitoring of Highway Bridges using DREAMS
Hein G.W., Riedl B.
D4  ALERT: A
fully automated realtime monitoring system
Wilkins R., Bastin G., Chrzanowski A.
D5  New
monitoring techniques on the determination of structure deformations
Stathas D., Arabatzi O., Dogouris S., Piniotis G., Tsini D., Tsinis D.
D6 
Documentation and presentation of very steep rocky ground surfaces by
geodetic methods
Balodimos D. D, Lambrou Ε. , Pantazis G.
D7  GPS data
stacking for small scale GPS deformation monitoring applications
Forward T., Stewart M. P., Tsakiri M.
D8  Precise
method gyrotheodolite azimuth determination
Kebbeih Y.
D9 
Experimental assessment of the accuracy of GPS Kinematic Techniques
for monitoring movements / oscillations of flexible engineering
structures
Nickitopoulou A., Protopsalti K., Kontogianni V., Triantafillidis P.,
Stiros S.
D10 
Procedure for deformation detection using starnet
Setan H., Mohd Sharuddin I. 
E. Applications in Geotechnical & Mining
Engineering 
E1 
Stability
investigations of the high bank of river Danube in the area of
Dunaföldvar
Bányai L.
E2  Use of geodetic
monitoring measurements in solving geomechanical problems in
structural and mining engineering
SzostakChrzanowski A., Chrzanowski A., Massiéra M.
E3  Long term
geodetic monitoring of the deformation of a liquid storage tank
founded on piles
Savaidis P.
E4  Monitoring of a
landslide in Vorarlberg/Austria
Depenthal C., Schmitt G.
E5  A digital
closerange photogrammetric technique for monitoring slope
displacements
Stylianidis E., Patias P., Tsioukas V., Sechidis L., Georgiadis Ch.
E6  A dynamic
analysis method regarding underground water level changes
as causative force for creep landslides: A case study for north
eastern Black Sea region’s landslides, in Turkey
Yalçankaya M., Bayrak T.
E7  Automatic
realtime monitoring system (ARMS) – A robotic solution to slope
monitoring
Leung Kinwah
E8  A feasibility
study into the requirements and methods of monitoring deformation
in the Niglintgak region of the Mackenzie delta
Tait M. , Moorman B.
E9  Ten years of
deformation study and proposed research program for the area of Polish
cooper basin
Oszczak S., W. Alojzy, R. Zofia, SzostakChrzanowski A., Chrzanowski
A.
E10  Settlements
of an embankment founded on a soft soil
Zvanut P.
E11 
Unloadingreloading uniaxial compressibility of deep reservoirs by
marker measurements
Ferronato M., Gambolati G., Teatini P.
E12  Natural
tectonic hazards for engineering structures in the region of Lower
Silesia
Kontny B., Dyjor S., Cacon S.
E13  Detection of
landslide block boundaries by means of an affine coordinate
transformation
Haberler M., Kahmen H.
E14  Measurement
of surface deformation associated with hydrofracture
Saleh B., Sadoon B., Blum P.A. 
F. Tunnels

F1 
Monitoring and modeling ground deformations
during tunneling
Kavvadas M..
F2  Evaluation Of deformation
measurement in Powerhouse cavern in Masjed Soleiman dam
Jafari A.
F3  Tunnel monitoring during the
excavation phase: 3D kinematic analysis based on geodetic data
Kontogianni V., Stiros S.
F4  Absolute deformation profile
measurement in tunnels using relative convergence measurements
Moosavi M. 
G. Studies of Ancient and Historical Remains 
G1 
Monitoring of
displacement of vide range focused on historical buildings and slopes
Zalesky J., Voborilova P., Pruska J., Prochazka J.
G2  Ancient
constructions as markers of tectonic deformation and of strong seismic
motions
Bottari C.
G3  Traces of
historical earthquake in Wittstock, Northern Germany
Korjenkov A., Kaiser D.
G4  Identification
of the pattern of an atypical ancient theater using analytical
techniques
Psimoulis P., Stiros S. 
H. Theoretical aspects – Analysis of geodetic
networks 
H1 
A kinematic analysis program
for deformation monitoring
Bayrak T., Yalçinkaya M.
H2  An engineering
approach of a traditional geodetic topic. The geoid as height
reference and its other possible uses
Doufexopoulou M.G.
H3  Kalmanfiltering
withcoloured measurement noise for deformation analysis
Kuhlmann H.
H4  From geodetic
monitoring to deformation tensors and their reliability
Michel V., Person T.
H5  Imprecision in
geodetic observations  Case study GPS monitoring networks
Schön S., Kutterer H.
H6  A study on using
Bayesian statistics in geodetic deformation analysis
Yalçankaya M., Tanir E.
H7  Is minimumtrace
datum definition theoretically correct as applied in computing 2D and
3D displacements?
Proszynski W.
H8  Estimation of
elements’ tolerances in precast concrete buildings. Using geodetic
control networks
Georgopoulos G. D., Telioni V.
H9  Mathematical
investigation of calculation zones in the large industrial excavations
and embankments
Piasek Z.
H10  Numerical adjusment
of profile line on mathematically approximated terrain surface
Piasek Z., Siejka M.
H11  Kinematic modelling
of subsidences
Telioni V. C.
H12  Precise measurement
and 3D modelling for industrial applications
Setan H., Mohd Sharuddin I. 
I. Monitoring Static and Dynamic Deformations
of Engineering Structures 
I1 
Realtime seismic
monitoring instrumentation needs of a building owner and the solution
 A cooperative effort
Celebi M. , Sanli A., Sinclair M., Gallant S., Radulescu D.
I2  A remote
bridge health monitoring system using computational simulation and GPS
sensor data
Roberts G., Meng X., Meo M., Dodson A., Cosser E., Iuliano E., Morris
A.
I3  Monitoring
of bridge deformations using embedded fiber optical sensors
Lienhart W., Brunner F.
I4  The
monitoring of bridge movements using GPS and pseudolites
Barnes J., Rizos C., Wang J., Meng X., Cosser E., Dodson A., Roberts
G.
I5  Realtime
bridge deflection and vibration monitoring using an integrated
GPS/Accelerometer/Pseudolite system
Meng X., Roberts G.W., Cosser E., Dodson A.
I6  Loading
tests of highway bridges in Slovakia
Kopacik A.
I7  Predicting
creep deformation of concrete: A comparison of results from different
investigations
Fanourakis G. C., Ballim Y.
I8 
Visionbased, MultiEpoch deformation monitoring of the atrium of
Federation square
Fraser C., Brizzi D., Hira A.
I9  Measuring
dynamic deformation of bridges using a total station
Cosser E., Roberts G. W., Meng X., Dodson A.
I10  The
comparison of single frequency and dual frequency GPS for bridge
deflection and vibration monitoring
Cosser E., Roberts G.W., Meng X., Dodson A.
I11  Testing
procedures for the monitoring of seismic induced vibrations on a
cablestayed highway bridge
Tsakiri M., Lekidis V., Stewart M., Karabelas X.,
I12  Rigidity
control of a thin reinforced concrete dam
Pitharouli S., Tsitsos V., Skourtis C., Kontogianni V., Stiros S.
I13 
Deformation detection of lightweight concrete block using geodetic
method and nongeodetic method
Setan H., Md Som Z., Idris K. M. 
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