Workshop on Radionavigation and GPS Technology
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NAVIS Centre with the support of The University of New South Wales and in cooperation with the Growing NAVIS Project, organizes a workshop on “Radio-navigation and GPS Technology”, 6 – 8 August 2012, at Hanoi University of Science and Technology (HUST).

Workshop's Venue in HUST Campus

(How to get to HUST Campus: click here)

The content of the workshop covers: (i) fundamental knowledge in satellite navigation, such as positioning principles, GPS system/signals/services, etc.; (ii) advanced topics, such as: differential GPS, weak-signal and assisted GPS, interference (jamming), GPS receiver design, etc.; (iii) some future perspectives of satellite navigation; and especially (iv) experiments with NAMURU receiver, developed by the University of New South Wales.

The official announcement and the program can be downloaded here.

Participation to the workshop is free, however, participants are requested to register before 27 July 2012 through the online registration form.

Should you have any inquiry, please contact:

Ms. NGUYEN Thi Ha Phuong
Email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
Phone: +84-4-36231673 ext. 101 - Fax: +84-4-36231672
Address: Room 605, Ta Quang Buu Library Building, HUST Campus,
1 Dai Co Viet rd, Hanoi, Vietnam.

Biography of Presenters:

Professor Andrew Dempster is Director of the Australian Centre for Space Engineering Research (ACSER) at the University of New South Wales (UNSW). He is also Director of Research in the School of Surveying and Spatial Information Systems and Director of Postgraduate Research in the Faculty of Engineering. He has a BE and MEngSc from UNSW and a PhD from University of Cambridge in efficient circuits for signal processing arithmetic. He was system engineer and project manager for the first GPS receiver developed in Australia in the late 80s and has been involved in satellite navigation ever since. His current research interests are in satellite navigation receiver design and signal processing, areas where he has six patents, and new location technologies. He is leading the development of space engineering research at ACSER.

Other presenters from NAVIS: Dr. TA Hai Tung and MSc. Tran Tuan Vinh.

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