Session B5: Atmospheric Effects


Date: Thursday, April 26, 2018
Time: 8:30 a.m. - 12:15 p.m.
Location: Cypress

Session Chairs:
Dr. Seebany Datta-Barua
Illinois Institute of Technology
Dr. Marta Cueto Santamaria
GMV, Spain

Abstracts are listed alphabetically. Once the peer review of the full technical papers is complete, abstracts will be assigned to a presentation or alternate status.

A Neural Network Approach to Localized Atmospheric Density Estimation for Orbit Determination: Kyri E. Barton, University of Kansas; Humberto C. Godinez, Los Alamos National Laboratory; Craig A. McLaughlin, University of Kansas
An End-to-end Approach for Near Real Time Ionosphere Monitoring Over Mid-latitudes from GPS Data using Krigning Interpolation and IGS Products: Elhadi Takka, Microwaves Laboratory, Polytechnic Military School, Algeria; Aichouch Belhadj Aissa, USTHB University, Algeria; Hocine Kimouche, Microwaves Laboratory, Polytechnic Military School, Algeria
Application of Machine Learning to Characterization of Multi-GNSS Ionospheric Scintillation: Yunxiang (Leo) Liu and Y. Jade Morton, Department of Aerospace Engineering Sciences, University of Colorado - Boulder; Yu (Joy) Jiao, Intel Corporation
Development of a European Ionosphere Threat Model in support of GBAS Deployment: Emilien Robert, Petr Jonas, EUROCONTROL, Belgium; Jonathan Vuillaume, Daniel Salos, Egis Avia; Philippe Yaya, Louis Hecker, CLS
Dual Kalman Filtering based GNSS Phase Tracking for Scintillation Mitigation: Friederike Fohlmeister, German Aerospace Center (DLR), Germany; Felix Antreich, Federal University of Ceara (UFC), Brazil; Josef A. Nossek, Federal University of Ceara (UFC), Brazil/Technical University Munich (TUM)
Effects of the Ionosphere Dispersion on Wideband GNSS Signals: Zhao Danning and Lei Yu, National Time Service Center, Chinese Academy of Science, China
On-line Model Learning for Adaptive GNSS Ionospheric Scintillation Estimation and Mitigation: Jordi Vilà-Valls, Centre Tecnològic de Telecomunicacions de Catalunya (CTTC/CERCA), Spain; James T. Curran, European Space Agency (ESA), The Netherlands; Pau Closas, Northeastern University, USA; Carles Fernández-Prades, Javier Arribas, CTTC/CERCA, Spain
Performance Evaluation of Ionospheric Spatial Gradient Monitoring using Radio-over-Fiber Devices and a Single Clock Receiver for Extended Baselines: Takayuki Yoshihara, Susumu Saito, Shinji Saitoh, Electronic Navigation Research Institute (ENRI), National Institute of Maritime, Port and Aviation Technology (MPAT), Japan
Real-time Estimation of Atmospheric Disturbance for Unmanned Helicopter based on Multi-source Navigation Data: Ke-cheng Sun, Qing-hua Zeng, Jian-ye Liu, Ya-jing Zhou, Yu-ting Dai, NRC, Nanjing University of Aeronautics and Astronautics (NUAA), China
Simulation and Tracking Algorithm Evaluation for Scintillation Signals on LEO Satellites Traveling Inside the Ionosphere: Dongyang Xu, Colorado State University; Yu Morton, University of Colorado Boulder; Yu Jiao, Intel Corporation; Charles Rino, University of Colorado Boulder
Study of the Effect of Ionosphere Scintillation-Induced Deep Fades on Multi-Frequency GNSS Carrier Phase: Brian Breitsch and Jade Morton, University of Colorado, Boulder
Vector Tracking Algorithms Performances during Strong Equatorial Scintillation on Dynamic Platforms: Dongyang Xu, Colorado State University; Yu Morton, University of Colorado Boulder; Yu Jiao, Intel Corporation; Charles Rino, Rong Yang, University of Colorado Boulder

12:15 p.m. - 1:45 p.m. Awards Luncheon (late arrivals cannot be served after 12:30 p.m.)