Closas Named Early Achievement Award Winner by the Institute of Navigation
ECE Assistant Professor Pau Closas has been given an Early Achievement Award by the Institute of Navigation (ION), the world's premier non-profit professional society dedicated to the advancement of the art and science of positioning, navigation, and timing.
An award ceremony honored Professor Closas at the 2017 ION ITM conference in Monterey, CA. The award is given "for mathematically profound contributions to the design of advanced navigation receivers and for efforts in disseminating GNSS technology."
His research interests include statistical and array signal processing; estimation and detection theory; Bayesian inference; stochastic filtering; robust statistics; and game theory, with applications to positioning systems (GNSS and indoor technologies); wireless communications, and mathematical biology.
Professor Closas joined Northeastern in January of 2017.
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