Kai graduated in Instrumentation Science and Technology at Beihang University, China, in 2017. With a background in electrical engineering, he conducted research on robust satellite navigation in the presence of ionospheric scintillation during his master’s. He is now a Marie Skłodowska-Curie research fellow at Nottingham Geospatial Institute (NGI) in the University of Nottingham.  Within the TREASURE project, he concentrates on developing novel GNSS receiver tracking models aiming to improve the receiver tracking performance under ionospheric scintillation. Mitigation tools will also be studied to realise robust GNSS under the adverse influence of scintillation. His research will be carried out in synergy with other research projects integrated in TREASURE.

Host organisation:

University of Nottingham

Research project title:

Ionospheric Scintillation Sensitive Tracking Models and Mitigation Tools