2019 - Fellow of American Geophysical Union (AGU)
Zuheir Altamimi spends much of his time researching Geodesy, International Terrestrial Reference System, Terrestrial reference frame, Very-long-baseline interferometry and Geodetic datum. His Geodesy research integrates issues from Remote sensing, Post-glacial rebound, Global Positioning System and Reference frame. Zuheir Altamimi studied Global Positioning System and Geocentric model that intersect with Scale, Stability and Climatology.
Zuheir Altamimi works mostly in the field of Terrestrial reference frame, limiting it down to topics relating to GNSS applications and, in certain cases, White noise and DORIS. His Very-long-baseline interferometry research focuses on subjects like Epoch, which are linked to Polar motion, Scale factor and Earth's rotation. His Geodetic datum study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Euler angles and North American Plate.
Zuheir Altamimi mostly deals with Geodesy, Terrestrial reference frame, Geodetic datum, International Terrestrial Reference System and Reference frame. In the subject of general Geodesy, his work in Very-long-baseline interferometry is often linked to Satellite laser ranging, thereby combining diverse domains of study. His Terrestrial reference frame research incorporates themes from GNSS applications, DORIS, Remote sensing and Scale.
His Geodetic datum study combines topics in areas such as Assisted GPS and Rotation. His research in International Terrestrial Reference System focuses on subjects like Residual, which are connected to Deformation and Plate tectonics. The concepts of his Reference frame study are interwoven with issues in Scale, Sea level, Artificial intelligence and Computer vision.
Zuheir Altamimi mainly investigates Geodesy, Terrestrial reference frame, International Terrestrial Reference System, Geodetic datum and GNSS applications. His research in Geodesy intersects with topics in Surface pressure, Atmospheric pressure, Residual time, Plateau and Assisted GPS. His Terrestrial reference frame research is included under the broader classification of Reference frame.
He interconnects Geophysics, Global Positioning System and Consistency in the investigation of issues within International Terrestrial Reference System. His studies in Geodetic datum integrate themes in fields like Frame, Scale and Very-long-baseline interferometry. As a part of the same scientific study, Zuheir Altamimi usually deals with the Very-long-baseline interferometry, concentrating on DORIS and frequently concerns with Epoch.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Geodesy, Terrestrial reference frame, International Terrestrial Reference System, Geodetic datum and GNSS applications. He combines subjects such as Remote sensing and Very-long-baseline interferometry with his study of International Terrestrial Reference System. Zuheir Altamimi has included themes like Epoch and DORIS in his Very-long-baseline interferometry study.
His research on Geodetic datum frequently connects to adjacent areas such as Frame. His Frame research incorporates elements of Kalman filter, Real-time computing, Filter and Geocentric coordinates. His studies deal with areas such as GLONASS, Global Positioning System and Satellite geodesy as well as Reference frame.
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ITRF2008: an improved solution of the international terrestrial reference frame
Zuheir Altamimi;Xavier Collilieux;Laurent Métivier;Laurent Métivier.
Journal of Geodesy (2011)
ITRF2000: A new release of the International Terrestrial Reference Frame for earth science applications
Zuheir Altamimi;Patrick Sillard;Claude Boucher.
Journal of Geophysical Research (2002)
ITRF2005 : A new release of the International Terrestrial Reference Frame based on time series of station positions and Earth Orientation Parameters
Z. Altamimi;X. Collilieux;J. Legrand;B. Garayt.
Journal of Geophysical Research (2007)
ITRF2014: A new release of the International Terrestrial Reference Frame modeling nonlinear station motions
Zuheir Altamimi;Paul Rebischung;Laurent Métivier;Xavier Collilieux.
Journal of Geophysical Research (2016)
ITRF2008 plate motion model
Z. Altamimi;L. Métivier;L. Métivier;X. Collilieux.
Journal of Geophysical Research (2012)
Anomalous harmonics in the spectra of GPS position estimates
J. Ray;Z. Altamimi;X. Collilieux;T. van Dam.
Gps Solutions (2008)
The ITRF96 realization and its associated velocity field
Patrick Sillard;Zuheir Altamimi;Claude Boucher.
Geophysical Research Letters (1998)
Rates of sea‐level change over the past century in a geocentric reference frame
G. Wöppelmann;C. Letetrel;A. Santamaria;M.-N. Bouin.
Geophysical Research Letters (2009)
The IGS contribution to ITRF2014
Paul Rebischung;Zuheir Altamimi;Jim Ray;Bruno Garayt.
Journal of Geodesy (2016)
Geocentric sea-level trend estimates from GPS analyses at relevant tide gauges world-wide
G. Wöppelmann;B. Martin Miguez;M.-N. Bouin;Z. Altamimi.
Global and Planetary Change (2007)
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