Prof. Crespi explains a new idea, on a restaurant's tablecloth, to his young collaborators...
The basic idea of VADASE is presented to the scientific community:
Colosimo, G., M. Crespi, and A. Mazzoni (2011), Real-time GPS seismology with a stand-alone receiver: A preliminary feasibility demonstration, J. Geophys. Res., 116, B11302, doi:10.1029/2010JB007941
The application to the to the Emilia earthquake (Italy, 2012) of VADASE is presented to the scientific community:
E. Benedetti, M. Branzanti, L. Biagi, Colosimo, G., A. Mazzoni and M. Crespi (2014), Global Navigation Satellite Systems Seismology for the 2012 Mw 6.1 Emilia Earthquake: Exploiting the VADASE Algorithm, Seismological Research Letters , Volume 85, Issue 3, doi: 10.1785/0220130094
Single frequency (L1) capability and functionality with Galileo real data:
E. Benedetti, M. Branzanti, G. Colosimo, A. Mazzoni and M. Crespi (2015), VADASE: State of the Art and New Developments of a Third Way to GNSS Seismology, International Association of Geodesy Symposia doy:10.1007/1345_2015_7
... after some months, a first implementation of the variometric approach in C language is ready.
First runs of VADASE!
Japan Eartquake: VADASE provides first computation of the GPS displacement waveforms
[IGSMAIL-6358] Magnitude 8.8 earthquake offshore of Japan - Preliminary computation of GPS displacement waveforms at MIZU and USUD
The application to the great Tohoku-oki earthquake of VADASE is presented to the scientific community:
M. Branzanti, Colosimo, G., M. Crespi, and A. Mazzoni (2013), GPS near real-time coseismic displacements for the great Tohoku-Oki earthquake,IEEE GEOSCIENCE AND REMOTE SENSING LETTERS, Volume 10, Issue 2, doi: 10.1109/LGRS.2012.2207704
The VADASE team wins the ESA award to the first 50 users of the Galileo system