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Patrick Robertson

Patrick Robertson received a Ph.D. in electronic engineering from the University of the Federal Armed Forces, Munich.

He is currently with DLR, where his research interests are navigation, sensor-based context-aware systems, signal processing, and novel systems and services in various mobile and ubiquitous computing contexts.

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David Last

David Last is a radionavigation expert and consultant, past president of the Royal Institute of Navigation, and professor emeritus at the University of Bangor, Wales.

Before his retirement in 2005, he headed the university’s Radionavigation Group. He is a past president of the International Loran Association, a fellow of the Institute of Engineering and Technology (IET), and a Chartered Engineer (CEng).

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March 10, 2010

Peter de Bakker

Ir. Peter de Bakker graduated from the Faculty of Aerospace Engineering of Delft University of Technology.

He started as a Ph.D. candidate at Delft University of Technology in 2008 on the subject of precise point positioning and integrity monitoring.

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Michel Tossaint

Michel Tossaint is a radionavigation system engineer at the European Space Agency (ESTEC, The Netherlands) in the GNSS Evolution Team of the Navigation Directorate.

Tossaint holds an M.Sc. degree from the faculty of aerospace engineering of Delft University, The Netherlands.

His interests are in systems engineering, estimation, and precise carrier phase navigation. 

 

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Jaron Samson

Jaron Samson has been a radionavigation system engineer at the European Space Agency (ESTEC, The Netherlands) since 2003.

Previously, he worked at the National Aerospace Laboratory NLR and at Topcon Europe.

Samson holds an M.Sc. degree in geodesy from Delft University, the Netherlands.

 

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September 8, 2009

Richard Fischer

Richard Fischer is the publisher of Inside GNSS. He joined the magazine in 2009 as director of sales and business development.

Before that, he was a vice-president and general manager at Advanstar Communications, a U.S.-based business information company.

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Fischer’s experience with GNSS media and communications began in 2000 as sales manager for GPS World and Galileo’s World. In 2002, he was promoted to publisher and later, group publisher of Advanstar’s entire geospatial business.

Fischer has won various publishing honors. He was a  finalist for Min Magazine’s Sales Executive of the Year in 2006 and also for American Business Media’s Jesse H. Neal Award — the premiere award in business-to-business publishing — for best start-up publication in 2007.

Fischer is an alumnus of Rutgers University, New Jersey, USA, where he studied economics. He earned a certificate in the Advanced Executive Program at the Medill Journalism School/Kellogg Business School, Northwestern University, in Chicago, Illinois, USA.

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April 25, 2009

Jan Anszperger

Jan Anszperger is a program manager at the Charles Stark Draper Laboratory for efforts involving GPS satellite testing and ultra-tight coupling.

He is a graduate of Rutgers University and Florida Institute of Technology.

Anszperger is the Chair of the ION Military Division.

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March 25, 2009

Kai Borre

Originally graduated as a chartered surveyor, Kai Borre obtained his Ph.D. in geodesy from Copenhagen University, and a Doctor of Technology  degree from Graz University of Technology. He has been a full professor in geodesy at Aalborg University since 1976.

For more than 30 years Borre has conducted research and performed education in the area of satellite based positioning. In 1996 he established the Danish GPS Center and since 2000 has been head of a two-year international M.Sc. program in GPS technology.

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January 22, 2009

Andrey Soloviev

Andrey Soloviev, Ph.D., is a principal at Qunav, an R&D business entity that he has recently founded.

Previously he served as Research Faculty at the University of Florida and as a Senior Research Engineer at the Ohio University Avionics Engineering Center.

He holds B.S. and M.S. in Applied Mathematics and Physics from Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology and a Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering from Ohio University.

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José-Ángel Ávila-Rodríguez

José-Ángel Ávila-Rodríguez is GNSS Evolutions Signal and Security Principal Engineer at the GNSS Evolution Program and Strategy Division, Strategy & Program Department of the European Space Agency.

Between 2003 and 2010 he was research associate at the Institute of Geodesy and Navigation at the University of the Federal Armed Forces Munich.

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January 8, 2009

Paul Groves

Dr. Paul D. Groves is a senior lecturer (associate professor) at University College London, where he leads research into robust positioning and navigation within the Space Geodesy and Navigation Laboratory.

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January 6, 2009

Per Enge

Per Enge, Ph.D., is a professor of Aeronautics and Astronautics at Stanford University, where he is the Vance D. and Arlene C. Coffman Professor in the School of Engineering. He directs the Stanford GPS Laboratory, which develops satellite navigation systems.

He has been involved in the development of the Federal Aviation Administration’s GPS Wide Area Augmentation System (WAAS) and Local Area Augmentation System (LAAS).

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