Second International Summer School on Global Navigation Satellite Systems - Inside GNSS

Second International Summer School on Global Navigation Satellite Systems

This conference for graduate students, PhD candidates, early-state researchers and young professionals will be held at the Conference Center in Berchtesgaden, Germany. the theme is "A Worldwide Utility."

The school is limited to 50 students, so early registration is advised. Cost is €1,000, which includes lectures and program materials, room, board and social events. See related story

This conference for graduate students, PhD candidates, early-state researchers and young professionals will be held at the Conference Center in Berchtesgaden, Germany. the theme is "A Worldwide Utility."

The school is limited to 50 students, so early registration is advised. Cost is €1,000, which includes lectures and program materials, room, board and social events. See related story

It is organized by the Institute of Geodesy and Navigation at University FAF Munich, Stanford University, and Institute Superieur de l`Aeronautique et d el`Espace.

Lecturers include:

Prof. Michel Bousquet, Institute Superieur de l`Aeronautique et d el`Espace, Toulouse, France
Prof. Dr. Bernd Eissfeller, Institute of Geodesy and Navigation, University FAF Munich, Germany
Prof. Per K. Enge, Dept. of Aeronautics & Astronautics, Stanford University, USA
Prof. Dr. Guenter Hein, Institute of Geodesy and Navigation, University FAF Munich, Germany

Topics:

Satellite Navigation:

– History of GPS
– Basics of Satellite Navigation
– GNSS Under Development and Modernization
– Constellations and Orbit Determination
– Clocks in Satellite Navigation
– Frequencies, Signals and Signal Processing
– GNSS Receiver Technology
– Positioning & Navigation Algorithms and Processing
– GNSS Indoor Positioning
– GNSS/INS Sensor Fusion
– Perspectives of the Future

Business and System Engineering

– Introduction to Project Management
– Managing and Funding International Projects
– Seminar and Student Project Work/Competition

Applications of Satellite Navigation

– Aviation
– Marine
– Land
– Surveying