Prof Allison Kealy

Multi-Sensor Positioning Systems

“I combine data from sensors like GPS, Wifi, smartphones to solve location problems in which safety and efficiency are important such as driverless cars, drones and emergency responders.”

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Prof Kefei Zhang

GNSS and Space Science

“My research is connected with improving GNSS for high-accuracy positioning, atmospheric studies, space situational awareness, and people mobility and object tracking.”

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Dr Brett Carter

Space Physics and Space Weather

“I research space weather and its impacts on modern technologies, including GPS, electricity infrastructure and satellite orbits.”

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Dr Safoora Zaminpardaz

Multi-GNSS

“My research involves integrating navigation satellite systems (multi-GNSS) available in space for different applications including positioning, attitude determination and ionosphere sensing. I develop algorithms for modelling and integrity monitoring of multi-GNSS data.”

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Dr Lucas Holden

Engineering Surveying

“My research is about applying the latest engineering surveying techniques to real-world problems, in natural and built environments.”

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Dr Ken Harima

Satellite Positioning

“My focuses on support systems that enable high-accuracy satellite positioning. I develop methods to effectively measure, model, and disseminate the error present in the signals used for satellite positioning”

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Dr Julie Currie

Space Physics & Space Weather

“My research is focussed on understanding how space weather affects the dynamics of near-Earth space and the impacts of this on ground-based and space-based communication, surveillance, and positioning technologies.”

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Pawel Hordyniec

Atmosphere Modelling

“I utilize GNSS remote sensing techniques to describe properties of the Earth’s atmosphere. My research focuses on propagation effects of radio signals to support satellite positioning and meteorological forecasting systems.”

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