2021 PNT Webinar Symposium
Once again, due to the corona virus pandemic, this year's annual PNT symposium will be a virtual event—a webinar in which presenters and participants will be connected and will communicate via the Internet using Zoom and YouTube livestreaming technologies. To register for this year's webinar/symposium, please follow the instructions below.
As was the case last year, this year’s PNT webinar symposium will be held over two half days: Wednesday morning, October 27, and Thursday morning, October 28. Each webinar morning will feature interesting and informative invited presentations. Each presentation will last approximately 30 minutes, including Q&A. There will be no student presentations again this year, and unfortunately, we still have not been able to find a way to include a virtual banquet and dinner speaker during this year's virtual symposium.
Continuing our PNT Symposium tradition, we are inviting a variety of prominent U.S. and international academic, business and government leaders to speak on their PNT related research and development efforts. Invitees include U.S. government representatives, industry representatives, academic representatives, and a few invitees with a unique PNT perspective.
The symposium attendees will be a cross-mixture of the PNT Community, including: Stanford faculty, researchers and grad students, U.S. government representatives, SCPNT Industrial Member representatives (Boeing, Lockheed-Martin, Northrop Grumman, Qualcomm, Trimble Navigation, L3Harris, Polaris Wireless, etc.) and other invited guests.
2021 Symposium Flyer & Agenda (PDF)
2021 Symposium RSVP and More Information
We do not charge fees for any portion of this year's PNT Webinar/Symposium. However, we are limiting the number of participating virtual attendees. So, all virtual attendees should register by email as soon as possible.
Sherman Lo, SCPNT Executive Director
Phone: (650) 725-9175
Also, If you have questions or need more information, please don't hesitate to contact Sherman by email or phone.