Professor Closas receives the TéSA Research Fellowship

ECE Assistant Professor Pau Closas was awarded the TéSA Research Fellowship to conduct collaborative research in one of the most active aerospace technology hubs in France.

As part of his visit in July, Closas will offer a full day seminar on ‘Robust GNSS receivers’, where an overview on the topic of interferences on GNSS system will be provided as well as the more recent advances in the field of mitigation of such threats; participate in events with local PhD students; and collaborate with researchers in the areas of signal processing, wireless communications, and navigation.

TeSA (Telecommunications for Space and Aeronautics Lab) Association brings together academic partners INPT, ISAE, ENAC and Telecom Bretagne as well as manufacturers Thales Alenia Space and Rockwell Collins France, and institutional CNES, IRT Saint-Exupéry and Technical Department of the Air Navigation.

Related Faculty: Pau Closas

Related Departments:Electrical & Computer Engineering