• Vienna Center for VLBI

    The Vienna Center for VLBI is a joint effort by TU Wien and Austria's Federal Agency for Metrology and Surveying (BEV).

    READ MORE
  • Geodetic Very Long Baseline Interferometry

    Very Long Baseline Interferometry (VLBI) is a microwave-based technique that evolved from radio astronomy in the early 1970s. Nowadays, VLBI is a major space-geodetic technique, indispensable for geodesy.

    read more
  • Unique Geodetic Products

    VLBI delivers unique geodetic products that play indispensable roles for science and society.

    READ MORE
  • Where are we?

    VLBI uniquely contributes to the most precise and stable reference frames, which are fundamental for numerous applications - from navigation to global change monitoring.

    READ MORE
  • Precise timing!

    VLBI is the only operational technique to determine the Universal Time UT1 that reflects the Earth's rotation behavior. Precisely knowing this parameter is essentiual for navigation systems, such as ESA's Galileo.

    READ MORE
  • Extragalactic benchmarks

    Bright radio sources located at the edge of the universe - billions of light-years from Earth - serve as ultra-stable benchmarks that are observed by VLBI.

    READ MORE

Scheduling: generating highly sophisticated VLBI observation schedules

Our new scheduling software VieSched++ smoothly connects observation planning with simulations to generate the best schedules for your specific purposes.

Scheduling Center

Correlation: Processing raw data records to derive delay observables

The VSC has the capacities to process vast amounts of raw observation data. The derived quantities are the basis for geodetic parameter estimation.

Correlation Center

Analysis: Estimation of geodetic products

Using our in-house software suite VieVS for the analysis of VLBI sessions gives us great flexibility at estimating high quality geodetic parameters.

Analysis Center

Latest News

Benedikt Soja from ETH Zürich visiting TU Wien

Benedikt Soja from ETH Zürich visiting TU Wien

While visiting his family in Vienna, Benedikt Soja stopped by for a chat at TU Wien. He also took the…

Read more
Paper on optimal VGOS station positions published

Paper on optimal VGOS station positions published

Do you want to know where new VGOS stations would best improve earth orientation parameters? Schartner et al. provide the…

Read more
VieVS YouTube tutorials online

VieVS YouTube tutorials online

Finally, we found some time to record new videos for our VieVS YouTube channel. In these videos, all aspects of…

Read more

Team Members

Hana Krásná

Senior Scientist

Axel Nothnagel

Consultant

Lisa Kern

Student Assistant

Markus Mikschi

Student Assistant

Sigrid Böhm

Senior Scientist

Helene Wolf

Student Assistant

Matthias Schartner

Researcher

Jakob Gruber

University-Assistant

Johannes Böhm

Professor

David Mayer

Researcher