Graduate school in geomatics will arrange a postgraduate course on multiscale methods
Venue: Helsinki University of Technology, Department of Surveying, Lecture Hall M1
The course is arranged in two parts: tutorial and student seminar.

Program 30.11.-2.12.2005

Tutorial:  30.11.-2.12.2005

Prof.   Mads Nielsen
IT University of Copenhagen, Denmark

Prof. Monika Sester
Institute of Cartography and Geoinformatics
University of Hannover, Germany

Prof. Willi Freeden and Dr. Carsten Mayer
Department of Mathematics
University of Kaiserslautern, Germany

Postgraduate seminar
March 2006.

The topics of the student presentions will be given during the tutorial. The students can also suggest their own topic. The postgraduate seminar day(s) is/are started with a lecture given by a Finnish expert(s) and the day will continue with the presentations given by the students. During the seminar days there will be an opportunity to discuss and to get feedback from the experts.

The aim is to collect the lecture material onto CD.

In addition to the postgraduate students in Geomatics the course can be attended by the students from other departments of TKK or other Universities who can utilize the participation in their own postgraduate studies.

Study weeks at TKK

- tutorial 1.0 study weeks,
- participation into the student seminar and own presentation in March, 1.0 study week,
- publication 2.0 study weeks.

The preliminary program and the registration form. You can also register by using this link.

Responsible for the content of the postgraduate course are Professor Henrik Haggrén (Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing) and Professor Martin Vermeer (Geodesy), for the scientific program Dr. Olli Jokinen and for the practical arrangements Network Secretary Marika Ahlavuo.

Further information:

Professor Henrik Haggrén, Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing
Tel.: +358-9-451 3900, e-mail:

Dr. Olli Jokinen, Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing
Tel.: +358-9-451 3907, e-mail:

Network Secretary Marika Ahlavuo, Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing
Tel.: +358-9-451 3901, e-mail:

Professor Martin Vermeer, Geodesy
Tel.: +358-9-451 3910, e-mail:

Docent Jaakko Santala, Geodesy
Tel.: +358-9-451 3914, e-mail: