Erricos Pavlis

Member since: Mar 17, 2011, GEST/UMBC

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Res. Assoc. Scientist
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Personal Website: http://gest.umbc.edu/directory/pavlis_erricos.html

Dr. Erricos C. Pavlis (Univ. of Maryland, Baltimore County, Goddard Earth Science and Technology Center) has been involved with NASA Satellite Geodesy Programs since 1978. He is a well-recognized geodesist with over 30 years of experience with all types of space geodetic data analysis for reference frame development, sea level studies, instrument calibration and precise orbit determination. He participated as investigator in the LAGEOS, LAGEOS 2, the Crustal Dynamics and WEGENER Projects, the TOPEX/POSEIDON and JASON 1 & 2 Missions, and the development of EGM96. Currently he is a science team member of the GRACE and Ocean Surface Topography (OSTM) missions, and the US PI of the LARES mission of the Italian Space Agency (ASI). He is a member of IAG’s GGOS Steering Committee, Analysis Coordinator for the GGOS Bureau of Networks and Communications, member of the IERS Directing Board, ILRS’ Governing Board, Central Bureau, and ILRS Coordinator for Analysis and Modeling, chairman of the ILRS Refraction Study group, member of IAG’s Sub-Commission 3.3, and associate editor for the journal of Celestial Mechanics and Dynamical Astronomy.

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