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Vice-Rector, Czech Technical University
Prague, Czech Republic
Professor František Vejražka graduated with a master of science degree in engineering from the Faculty of Electrical Engineering of the Czech Technical University in Prague, Czech Republic and gained the CSc. (PhD.) degree in 1972. He has been a full professor of radio navigation, radio communications and signals and systems theory since 1996.
Vejražka was appointed the head of Department of Radio Engineering in 1994, vice-dean of the faculty in 2000, and vice-rector of the university in 2001. His main professional interest is in radio satellite navigation where he participated on the design of the first Czech GPS receiver in 1990 for the MESIT Instruments factory. His team at the faculty is the provider of the experimental differential GPS reference station, which has disseminated DGPS corrections through the FM radio data service and very long frequency (VLF) systems.
Vejražka has been principal manager of the five-year project of the Ministry of Transport of the Czech Republic, “Czech Republic participation in the project Galileo,” since 2001. He has published 11 textbooks, more than 200 conference papers, and many technical reports. He is the former president of the Czech Institute of Navigation, a Fellow of the Royal Institute of Navigation in London, and a member of the Institute of Navigation (USA).