Research

Research Topics

[1].     GNSS Receiver/Signal Processing (Software GNSS receiver; GNSS weak signal processing)

[2].     GNSS/INS/Multi-sensor Integration (GNSS/INS integration; Multi-sensor integration; Indoor navigation)

[3].     High Precision Positioning (Carrier phase based GNSS positioning; RTK/NRTK/PPP; DGPS/WADGNSS/GBAS/SBAS)

[4].     GNSS Remote Sensing (GNSS radio occultation; GNSS for meteorology; GNSS for space weather; Ionospheric sounding)

[5].     Geospatial Information (GIS; Disaster Management)

[6].     GNC Applications (UAV; XNAV, Spacecraft Formation Flying)

 

Research Projects

[1]. Wu, F. (2014-2015). GNSS/INS Tightly Coupled Integration for Aircraft Landing. Open Research Fund of the Academy of Satellite Application, China.

[2]. Wu, F. (2012-2013). GNSS Radio Occultation for Climate Change Detection. Scientific Research Foundation for the Returned Overseas Chinese Scholars, State Education Ministry, China.

[3]. Wu, F. (2011-2013). GPS Radio Occultation Data Processing for Climate Monitoring. Specialized Research Fund for the Doctoral Program of Higher Education, China.

[4]. Zhao, Y., Wu, F., and Wang, J. (2011-2013). Aerodynamic Heating and Thermal Radiation Characteristics of Hypersonic Aerocraft and Their Mitigation Methods. National Natural Science Foundation of China.

[5]. Wu, F. and Zhao, Y. (2009-2011). Digital Elevation Model Processing Using Open Source GIS. The Research Funds of Beihang University.

[6]. Zhao, Y. and Wu, F. (2009-2011). Ultra-Tight GNSS/INS Integration for High Precision Positioning in Weak-Signal Environments. Research Fund for the State 211 Project, China.

[7]. Wu, F. (2009-2010). Applications of GPS Radio Occultation Data for Weather Forecasting. The Fundamental Research Funds for the Central Universities, China.

[8]. Wu, F. and Zhang, K. (2009-2010). Global Navigation Satellite System Continuously Operating Reference Stations Network and Its Synergized Disaster Monitoring and Warning Systems for Coal Mining. DIISR International Science Linkage, Australia-China Special Fund (CH080155), with research partner: China University of Mining and Technology. (DIISR - Department of Innovation, Industry, Sciences and Research, Australian Government)

[9]. Zhang, K. and Wu, F. (2009-2011). GPS Radio Occultation Data Processing and Assimilation System for Weather Forecast. DIISR International Science Linkage, Australia-China Special Fund (CH080253), with research partner: Wuhan University.

[10].  Zhang, K. and Wu, F. (2008-2011). Assimilation of GPS Radio Occultation Data with Numerical Weather Prediction System for Climate Monitoring. DIISR International Science Linkage, Competitive Grants (CG130127), with research partners: Australian Bureau of Meteorology, and the U.S. Joint Center for Satellite Data Assimilation.

[11].  Zhang, K., Wu, F., Rizos, C., Lim, S. Le Marshall, J., Rea, A. and Kuleshov, Y. (2008-2010). Radio Occultation Using Earth Satellites for Australian Atmospheric Sounding, Weather Forecasting and Climate Monitoring. Australian Research Council, ARC-Linkage scheme (LP0883288), with industry partner: Bureau of Meteorology and The University of New South Wales.

[12]. Zhang, K. and Wu, F. (2008-2009). Intelligent Gas Disaster Early-warning, Robust Emergency Response and Rescue Systems for Coal Mining Based on Geospatial Information Technologies. DIISR International Science Linkage, Australia-China Special Fund (CH070130), with research partner: China University of Mining and Technology, China.

[13].  Zhang, K., Wu, F., Zeephongsekul, P., Sang, J. and Smith, C. (2006-2009). Precise Atmospheric Density Correction Model Using Space Tracking Data for Accurate Debris Surveillance and Collision Warning. Australia Research Council, ARC-Linkage scheme (LP0669259), with industry partner: Electro Optic Systems Pty Ltd.

[14].  Wu, F. (2007-2008). Weak Signal Processing for the Global Navigation Satellite System Using Software Defined Radio Approach. RMIT Emerging Researcher Grants.

[15]. Zhang, K. and Wu, F. (2007-2008). Preliminary Investigations of Atmosphere and Climate Based on GPS Radio Occultation in Australia. Bureau of Meteorology, Consultancy Services.

[16]. Zhang, K. and Wu, F. (2007-2008). Precise Atmospheric Density Modelling for Accurate Satellite Orbit Determination and Unaided Space Junk Tracking. Victorian Partnership for Advanced Computing (VPAC), e-Research Program Grants Scheme.

[17].  Mackintosh, C., Wu, F., Rice, T., Zhang, K., Gore, C. and Hahn, A. (2007-2008). Improving the Precision of Position and Velocity Determinations Provided by Low-Cost GPS Devices. Australian Institute of Sport Discretionary B Funding, with research partner: Australian Institute of Sport.

[18].  Zhang, K., Wu, F. and Liu, G. (2005-2006). A Study of GNSS Performance in Urban Environment Using a Simulation Tool. School of Mathematic and Geospatial Science, RMIT University.

[19].  Zhang, K., Grenfell, R., Macnae, J. and Wu, F. (2005-2006). Airborne Geophysics Reconnaissance using Precise Point Positioning Technique. Partner organization: School of Applied Sciences, RMIT University.

[20].  Zhang, K., Biadeglgne, B., Wu, F., Kuleshov, Y. and Hodet, G. (2005-2006). An Investigation of GPS Radio Occultation for Tropical Cyclone Forecasting in Coastal Australian Environment. Bureau of Meteorology, Australia.

[21]. Zhang, K., Wu, F., Mackintosh, C., Rice, T. and Hahn, A. (2004-2005). High Precision, Real-time, Local Differential GPS (DGPS) System for Rowing Athlete Tracking and Competition Analysis. Australian Institute of Sport, General and Collaborative Grants.

[22]. Zhang, K., Rizos, C., Roberts, C., Kealy, K. and Ge, L. (2004-2008). Real-time Atmospheric Modelling for Centimetre-level Positioning Based on Global Navigation Satellite System (GNSS) Continuously Operating Reference Station Networks. Australia Research Council, ARC-Linkage scheme (LP0455170), with partner organizations: The University of New South Wales; The University of Melbourne; Department of Sustainability and environment, Victoria Government; Department of Lands, NSW Government.

[23]. Zhang, K., Grenfell, R. and Deakin, R. (2000-2006). Development of an Intelligent, Miniaturised, High Precision, Real-time Athlete Monitoring and Coaching System for Rowers. Australian Cooperative Research Centers (CRC) for microTechnology, Project 2.5 "Interface Technology for Athlete Monitoring", with partner organization: Australian Institute of Sport.


 
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