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"Schülerinnen forschen - die Herbstuniversität an der TUM" is an annual program for school girls to experience science and research hosted by the Technische Universität München. Like the years before also this year our institute participated by offering a two-day course about the…

We are happy to announce that M.Sc. Andreas Brack has joined the Institute for Communications and Navigation by the mid of Oct, 2012. He works in the field of Navigation. For more information, please check his personal site (link).

It has been our great pleasure to have invited Prof. Brad W. Parkinson to give a colloquium speech at TUM on 12th Oct, 2012.  Prof. Brad W. Parkinson, Edward C. Wells Professor of Aeronautics and Astronautics (Emeritus) and Hansen Experimental Physics Laboratory, has led the…

The program for the colloquium in the summer term 2012 has been updated. Starting with this term, the talks will start at 17:45 in the evening. In the summer term again in room BV 2609 (Stammgelände, TUM). The detailed program can be found on the webpage of the colloquium (link).  …

In the summer term 2012 the Institute will offer the new lecture 'Inertial Navigation'. In this course the basic principles behind navigation using inertial sensor (such as accelerometers and gyroscopes) and its coupling with GNSS (Global Navigation Satellite System, such as GPS and…

Chen Zhu has received the Best Paper Award for his paper on High Accuracy Multi-Link Synchronization in LTE: Applications in Localization at the 2012 IEEE Region 8 Student Paper Contest in Hammamet, Tunisia.

Zhibo Wen has been granted a Stibet Assistantship from DAAD for his excellent teaching skills.

The Institute for Communications and Navigation congratulates Gabriele Giorgi for his successful PhD defense at TU Delft. It took place on December 21, 2011. The title of his doctoral thesis is "GNSS Carrier Phase-based Attitude Determination - Estimation and Applications". A…

Chen Zhu has received an Award (500 €) of the Master of Science in Communications Engineering (MSCE) program for the master degree with highest grade in the 2009-2011 class. 

On Thursday, October 27 2011, Bavarian television (Bayerischer Rundfunk) was broadcasting live from the Radom in Raisting. The television reports gave an overview over the history of the 25m antenna and an introduction to the ESMO mission to which SSIMUC e.V. and the Institute for…