SNARS Member

Satellite Navigation and Remote Sensing (SNARS) Research  Group Member

 

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No.

Name

Title

Year

Nationality

Research Topic

I

Falin Wu Associate Professor

Sep. 2009

China

II

Yan Zhao

Professor


China

 

1

Pakornpop    Boonyuen

PhD student (DOCSTA)

Sep. 2014

Thailand

Assimilation of Satellite Radiance and GPS Radio Occultation Data for Numerical Weather Prediction
2

Byambakhuu    Gantumur

PhD student (DOCSTA)

Sep. 2015

Mongolian

Urban Growth Monitoring and Environmental Change Assessment Using Spatiotemporal Pattern Analysis

3

Ednofri PhD student (DOCSTA) Sep. 2016 Indonesia Effects of Geomagnetic Storms on Ionospheric Irregularities in the Low Magnetic Latitude Region

4

Muhammad Abdul Alim Sikder PhD student (DOCSTA) Sep. 2016 Bangladesh Geoid Modeling

5

Wasiu Akande    Ahmed PhD student (DOCSTA) Sep. 2016 Nigeria Ionospheric Effect on Satellite Communication
6

Jiemin Chen

Master student

Sep. 2015

China

Control and Path Planning for Quadrotor UAVs Formation Flight
7 Loghman Fath Ollahi Master student (MASTA) Sep. 2016 Iran Estimation of Planck's Constant Local Position Invariance Based on GNSS Measurements
8 Barbara Pongracic Master student (MASTA) Sep. 2016 Croatia GNSS Network Based European Regional Ionospheric Delay Modelling
9 Fareda Itiritiphan Master student (MASTA) Sep. 2016 Thailand Analysis of Urban Green Spaces and Surface Temperature  Using Quantitative Remote Sensing Technology in Bangkok
10

Chenghao Geng

Master student

Sep. 2016

China

A Study of Lever Arm Error Compensation Methods for Transfer Alignment of Inertial Sensor Network
11

Shan Xu

Master student

Sep. 2016

China

An Investigation of Fast Acquisition Methods for BeiDou-3 Satellite Signals
12 Zhidong Zhang Master student Sep. 2017 China  
13 Yuan Zuo Master student Sep. 2017 China  
14 Patsharawadee Chitsutti Master student (MASTA) Sep. 2017 Thailand Retrieval of Precipitable Water Vapor Using GNSS CORS Network
15 Arsalan Muhammad Master student (MASTA) Sep. 2017 Pakistan Design of a High Performance Low-Noise Amplifier for Satellite Navigation Receiver

Note: MASTA - Master Program on Space Technology Applications; DOCSTA - Doctoral Degree Program on Space Technology Applications

 
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