PrideLab members attended IGS Workshop 2018 in Wuhan, China from 29 October to 2 November which was host by the International GNSS Service (IGS) and undertaken by GNSS Research Center of Wuhan University. IGS Workshop is one of the most influential events around the world in the field of satellite navigation and positioning. About 120 foreign scholars and 200 domestic scholars attended the meeting.
Prof. Geng gave a talk, titled “Phase bias product and open-source software for undifferenced ambiguity resolution at Wuhan University”. Gang Zheng and Jiang Guo who are members of PrideLab both gave a talk, titled "Crustal deformation in the Kunlun Fault region from long-term GPS measurements" and “Rapid PPP ambiguity resolution in case of triple-frequency multi-GNSS data”, respectively.
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