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We are very pleased to announce Chen Zhu's graduation from the Technical University of Munich with a Ph.D degree (Dr.-Ing.). The title of his dissertation is "Cooperative Vision for Swarm Navigation", and the defense was on Monday, Nov. 11, 2019. On the picture, he is with his…

We are very pleased to announce Andreas Brack's graduation from the Technical University of Munich with a Ph.D degree (Dr.-Ing.). The title of his dissertation is "Partial Carrier-Phase Integer Ambiguity Resolution for High Accuracy GNSS Positioning", and the defense was on…

We congratulate Zhibo Wen for his successful PhD defense on October 18, 2017. The topic of his dissertation is "Bias Estimation for Precise Point Positioning". The picture shows Zhibo with his "Doktorhut" and his examination committee. From left to right: Prof. B.…

We congratulate Sebastian Knogl for his successful PhD defense on Juli 29, 2015. The title of his doctoral thesis is "Geostationary Data Relays for Low Earth Orbit Satellites". The picture shows Sebastian with his examination committee. From left to right: Prof. C. Günther, S.…

We are glad to congratulate Kaspar Giger for his graduation as Dr.-Ing. (PhD) from the Technische Universität München. His doctoral defense took place on Wednesday, April 9, 2014. On the picture below he's surrounded by his doctoral advisers. From left to right: Prof. Gert F.…

Andreas Brack has received the Leo-Brandt-Preis from the German Institute of Navigation (Deutsche Gesellschaft für Ortung und Navigation, DGON) for his master thesis on Sequential Best Integer-Equivariant Estimation for GNSS. http://www.dgon.de

We would like to congratulate Jane Jean Kiam for winning the VDI Preis, which she has received for her excellent master thesis. Please click for more details.

There will be a series of presentations about future directions in navigation (including satellite navigation, pedestrian navigation, maritime navigation, vision based indoor navigation, and so on), at DLR Oberpaffenhofen on November 14th, 2013. For further details please see the…

We warmly welcome Mr. Robert Odolinski(link), a PhD candidate from Curtin University of Technology, to our chair for a three-week exchange program. His research interests are PPP-RTK, quality control and least-squares estimation theory.

We warmly welcome Mr. Amir Khodabandeh (link), a PhD candidate from Curtin University of Technology, to our chair for a three-week exchange program. Mr. Khodabandeh is giving a colloquium talk on Tuesday, the 2nd of July, at 17:45 in N1090, on the topic of "Recursive BLUE-BLUP and…