Andreas Bauch has a diploma in physics. He joined Phyikalisch-Technische Bundesanstalt, Braunschweig, Germany (PTB) as a PhD student, being initially engaged in studies on frequency shifting effects in caesium atomic clocks.
He got his PhD (Dr. rer. nat.) from Johannes-Gutenberg University, Mainz, Germany. Since then he has been involved in time and frequency metrology, focused at first on the development and operation of atomic clocks, later more and more on time comparison techniques (GNSS, TWSTFT).By Inside GNSS
Yuting Ng is a graduate student in the Aerospace Engineering Department at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.
She received her B.S. degree in electrical engineering, graduating with university honors, from the same university.
Her research interests are in advanced signal tracking, navigation, control, LiDAR, RADAR, and UAVs.By Inside GNSS
Sriramya Bhamidipati is a graduate student in the Aerospace Engineering Department at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.
She received her B.Tech. with honors in aerospace engineering and minor in systems and controls engineering from Indian Institute of Technology Bombay, India.
Her research interests include GPS, computer vision, unmanned aerial vehicles, robotics, and control systems.By Inside GNSS
Dejian Kong is a PhD researcher at the International Institute of Air and Space Law, Leiden University, the Netherlands.
He finished his master study in civil and commercial law from Beihang University (Beijing University of Aeronautics and Astronautics, China) with an air law thesis entitled “Legal Study on the Possessory Lien over Civil Aircraft”.By Inside GNSS
Alexis Bose is a system design engineer from the University of Waterloo.
Although he was accepted to the University of McGill for a Master’s in Signal Processing, Alexis chose to work as a DSP/FPGA Engineer for eight years and as a research engineer at the Communications Research Centre (CRC) Canada for the last five years.
Alexis enjoys solving real world problems, by developing a concept and carrying it through to implementation.By Inside GNSS
Stan Goff is managing editor of Inside GNSS. He is responsible for day-to-day operations and production of the print publication and insidegnss.com.
Goff lives and works in the Chicago area, where he spent 17 years as a senior editor and executive editor for Advanstar Communications business-to-business magazines. Earlier, he was a sports editor for Sun Publications.
He earned a bachelor’s degree in journalism from Southern Illinois University, Carbondale.By Inside GNSS
Thalwil, Switzerland-based u-blox has announced that two of its products have been used by Cobilsys to create a small, battery-powered asset tracking device.
Cobilsys’ ATPACK tracker measures 53 by 48 by 15 millimeters and can be used to track the location of cars, motorcycles, and pets, the company said. The product uses a u-blox EVA-M8M, the industry’s smallest GNSS module, which works with GPS, Galileo, GLONASS, and BeiDou, the company said.By Inside GNSS
Eliza Schmidkunz is cofounder and partner in Gibbons Media and Research LLC, publishers of Inside GNSS. From 2006 through 2016, she was a staff writer and editor at the magazine and the author of "GNSS Hotspots," a regular column.
Previously, she worked as communications director for the University of Oregon School of Law, the state’s public law school.
Pavel Kovar is a professor of radio engineering, radionavigation, and avionics systems at the Czech Technical University in Prague.
He was a designer of avionics and military transceivers at Mesit Pristroje Ltd and designed the piNAV receiver for LEO satellite at SkyFoxLabs Ltd.By Inside GNSS