Awarded by the Academy of Athens

Awarded by the Academy of Athens

Best research paper in Geodesy Award for the year 2014

Author: Chris Danezis/27 January 2015/Categories: Navigation, Geodesy, Celestia Lab

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Our research paper titled "An iterative LiDAR DEM-aided algorithm for GNSS positioning in obstructed/rapidly undulating environments" was awarded by the Academy of Athens as the best published paper in the field of geodesy for the year 2014.

Dr Chris Danezis, Lecturer in Positioning at the CUT department of Civil Engineering and Geomatics, and Dr Vassilis Gikas, Associate Professor at the NTUA department of Rural and Surveying Engineering were honoured to receive the award by the most distinguished members of the academic community. Our research paper is available here.


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