Session B2: Frontiers of GNSS 


Date: Tuesday, April 25, 2023
Time: 1:45 p.m. - 5:30 p.m.
Location: Windjammer

Session Chairs:
Ranwa Haddad
The Aerospace Corporation 
Eric Chatre
European Commission

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1. Applied Atomic Timekeeping in Space: James Camparo, The Aerospace Corporation
2. Optical Technologies for Future Global Navigation Satellite Systems: Tobias D. Schmidt, Thilo Schuldt, Grzegorz Michalak, Janis Surof, Juraj Poliak, Gabriele Giorgi, Michael Meurer, Christoph Günther, German Aerospace Center, Institute of Communications and Navigation; Claus Braxmaier, German Aerospace Center, Institute of Quantum Technologies
3. CRPA and Array Receivers for Civil GNSS Applications: E. Pérez-Marcos, M. Cuntz, A. Konovaltsev, L. Kurz, S. Caizzone, M. Meurer; Institute of Communications and Navigation, German Aerospace Center (DLR)
4. LEO-PNT for Augmenting Europe’s Space-based PNT Capabilities: Lionel Ries, Miguel Cordero Limon, Florin-Catalin Grec, Marco Anghileri, Roberto Prieto Cerdeira, Felix Abel, Javier Miguez, Jose Vicente Perello Gisbert, Salvatore d’Addio, Rigas Ioannidis, Alessandra Ostillio, Manuela Rapisarda, Rui Sarnadas, Paride Testani - European Space Agency (ESA)
6. QZSS R&D and Future: Satoshi Kogure, Akihiro Matsumoto, Kyohei Akiyama, Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency; Jun Matsumoto, National Space Policy Secretariat Cabinet Office, Japan/QZSS Strategy Office
7. Enhancing PNT with Quantum-Atomic Technologies: Brenton C. Young, AOSense, Inc.
8. Synergies and Limitations of Inertial Measurements for PNT: Dr. Brad Parkinson, Stanford University
9. Navigation with Multi-Constellation LEO Satellite Signals of Opportunity: Starlink, OneWeb, Orbcomm, and Iridium: Zaher M. Kassas, Sharbel Kozhaya, Haitham Kanj, Joe Saroufim, Samer W. Hayek, and Mohammad Neinavaie, The Ohio State University; Nadim Khairallah and Joe Khalife, University of California, Irvine

Evening Hours in Exhibit Hall 5:30 p.m. – 6:30 p.m.