Shaojun Feng is a Senior Research Fellow at the Centre for Transport Studies within the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering. He is the leader of positioning and navigation research group. Dr Feng has more than twenty years research experience in navigation.
His research interests cover all aspects of navigation, mainly in GPS/Galileo integrity, augmentation systems, high accuracy positioning, integrated navigation systems, Assisted GNSS, software receiver and telematics.
Dr Feng's notable achievements include the award of Michael Richey Medal by the Royal Institute of Navigation’s for the Best Paper published in the Journal of Navigation, and the certification by European Space Agency (ESA) for leading the development of a Galileo receiver. The significant achievement was also recognised by the UK Space Agency in a press release on 7th August 2014 titled “UK leads the way in using Galileo”. Imperial College London was the only UK University certified by ESA.
Dr Feng is a Fellow of the Institution of Engineering and Technology (IET) and the Royal Institute of Navigation (RIN.org.uk). His RIN Fellowship certificate was presented by HRH Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh (photo above).
Feng S, Jokinen A, 2017, Integer ambiguity validation in high accuracy GNSS positioning, Gps Solutions, Vol:21, ISSN:1080-5370, Pages:79-87
et al., 2017, Neumann-Hoffman Code Evasion and Stripping Method for BeiDou Software-defined Receiver, Journal of Navigation, Vol:70, ISSN:0373-4633, Pages:101-119
et al., 2017, Integrated GNSS/DR/road segment information system for variable road user charging, Transportation Research Part C-emerging Technologies, Vol:82, ISSN:0968-090X, Pages:261-272
et al., 2017, Design of an adaptive GPS vector tracking loop with the detection and isolation of contaminated channels, Gps Solutions, Vol:21, ISSN:1080-5370, Pages:701-713
et al., New stochastic model for carrier multipath in linear combinations, New Navigator Seminar 2014