After the succesful completion of the course, the students are expected to:
• understand and consolidate the practical applications of geodesy, regarding instruments and methods
• cultivate their personal skills in basic concepts / knowledge through the use of geodetic instruments
• get to know the basic characteristics of qualitative research / measurement of geodetic data and understand its role
• get to know different ways of collecting quantitative and qualitative data
• have been trained in the analysis and interpretation of quantitative and qualitative data
• connect theory with practice through participation in individual and group exercises
• become familiar with the organization and presentation of geodetic measurements
• practice in solving geodetic problems, as well as surveying and setting out of technical projects
• understand the basic principles of Cadastre, implementation and actuarial operations and Geographical Information Systems.
• become aware of methodological and practical issues arising from the researcher's involvement in the field under study.
Course Content (Syllabus)
Introduction. Surveying and mapping of small and large plots. Digital terrain models. Surveying and mapping of technical constructions and works, monuments and archaeological sites. Calculation of surfaces and volumes. Setting-out of plots and building projects. Setting-out of transportation works, tunnels and bridges. Setting-out of ports, water and sewer projects. Setting-out of dams. Cadastral of construction projects. Implementation of street layout. Acts of settlement plots. Acts actuarial and compensation plots. Expropriations. Contemporary developments in geodesy.
Geodesy, syrveying, setting out, areas and volumes, cadastral, GIS
Course Bibliography (Eudoxus)
Π. Σαββαΐδης, Ι. Υφαντής, Ι. Δούκας, Γεωδαισία II: Τοπογραφικές Αποτυπώσεις – Χαράξεις, Εκδόσεις Κυριακίδη, 2015.