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2015 PNT Symposium Information Packet & Banquet Speaker

You can download a PDF 2015 PNT Symposium Information packet below. In addition to the 2015 symposium flyer, the information packet contains the agendas for both invited talks and student talks, lists of symposium participants and their associated companies/institutions. Below you will also find a link to Barbara Block's banquet dinner presentation.

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2015 PNT Symposium Information Packet (PDF)

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Barbara Blockt's Dinner Presentation: Global tagging and tracking of Marine Species using PNT techniology (PDF)

2015 PNT Symposium Speakers and Presentations

The two tables below display all of the 2015 PNT Symposium invited speaker and student presentations. The presentations are listed alphabetically by the last names of the presenters.

Click on any presentation title in blue text to view/download the presentation file, and in some cases, related video or other files.

View the 2015 PNT Symposium Invited Speaker Presentations

View the 2015 PNT Symposium Student Poster Presentations

2015 PNT Symposium • Invited Speaker Presentations

Speaker Affilation Presentation Title (Blue = Link to Presentation File )
Barbara Block Stanford - Hopkins Marine Station Global tagging and tracking of Marine Species using PNT techniology (PDF 45MB)
Dan Boneh Stanford - Computer Science and EE Location privacy: attacks and defenses
Lee Boyce Google Loon - Balloon-powered internet for everyone
Gary Cathey CA Department of Transportation Caltrans and Unmanned Aircraft System Operations in California
Colonel Gerry  Gleckel USAF GPS Directorate Update on the GPS Program
Colonel David Goldstein USAF AFRL AFRL GPS Research & Development
Ross Halperin NYU's Marron Institute Tracking Technology and the Corrections System: Can Technology Solve Mass Incarceration?
Norbert Holtkamp Deputy Lab Director of SLAC Welcome & Opening Comments
Fred Jansen ESA Rosetta - To escort, and land on a comet (PDF Slides)
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 Slide #3 Solar System Creation Video
Parimal Kopardekar NASA ARC Drones and US Airspace
Heidi Kuusniemi Finnish Geospatial Research Institute, Finland Navigating the Arctic Rush
Wei Lee Air Force Test Center (AFTC) GPS Smart Bombs
Ed Lu B612 Foundation Sentinel Mission - Protecting the Earth from Asteroid Impacts
Surendra Pal India - Defense Institute of Advance Technology Indian GNSS Paradigm
Brad Parkinson Stanford Aero-Astro GNNS, eLoran & Inertials …Where are we going?
Jin Shi China Railway Signal & Communication Corp. China's High-speed Railway Application with GNSS
Mark Stevens MIT Lincoln Labs Time-of-Flight and Ranging Experiments on the Lunar Laser Communication Demonstration
Frank van Diggelen Broadcom and Stanford Aero-Astro The World's First GPS MOOC and Worldwide Laboratory using Smartphones
Ronny Votel Skybox - Google Geolocation for Skybox Imaging Satellites

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2015 PNT Symposium • Student Poster Presentations

Student/Post Doc Department/School Presentation Title (Blue = Link to Presentation File )
Nate Carson Auburn University Detection and Suppression of Spoofing Attacks against GPS Receivers using Signals Processing Techniques
Louis Dressel Stanford University Hunting GPS Jammers
Mike Jamoom Illinois Institute of Technology UAV Sense and Avoid systems
Jordan Larson University of Minnesota Generating Empirical Overbounds for PNT Algorithms Using Extreme Value Theory
Jinsil Lee KAIST Vertical Position Error Bounding for Integrated Sensors to Support Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAV)
Bryant Mairs IntelinAir & recent UC Santa Cruz Graduate Autonomous Ocean Surface Vessel
Yuting Ng University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign Multi-Receiver Vector Tracking
Shankar Ramakrishnan Stanford University Reverse Engineering the GPS and Galileo Transmit Antenna Side Lobes
Yang Su Illinois Institute of Technology Sensing small-scale ionospheric irregularities with a high-latitude GNSS receiver array
Josh Sullivan Stanford University Angles-only autonomous rendezvous navigation to a space resident object
Jeanette Veldman University of Colorado Autonomous Onboard Navigation using One-way Radiometric Tracking Data: Filter Design and Model Simplification
Dongyang Xu Colorado State University GNSS tracking algorithm to process strong equatorial scintillation signals

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