Mark your calendar! The ninth annual PNT Symposium will be held in the Kavli Auditorium at SLAC, above the Stanford campus, all day Wednesday and Thursday, November 11-12, and Friday morning, November 13th.
Wednesday's sessions will be devoted entirely to student presentations. The sessions on Thursday and Friday morning will comprise talks by invited speakers. On Thursday evening, there will be a banquet dinner at the Stanford Faculty Club featuring a prominent speaker. Refreshments for all three days will be provided free of charge.
As in past years, the 2015 PNT symposium sessions will feature insightful and thought-provoking presentations by prominent researchers and students on virtually all aspects of PNT technology. More information coming soon....
Stanford Center for Position, Navigation and Time
The guiding technology vision of the new Stanford Center for Position, Navigation
and Time (SCPNT) is position and trajectory determination at the centimeter
level - anywhere, anytime. PNT technology is undergoing a vast revolution that
began in 1973 with the advent of the Global Positioning System (GPS). In the
coming decades, breakthroughs in PNT technology will impact the world in many
significant ways, benefiting billions of people. The Center's goal is to be
the world's premier academic and research institution for PNT and related technology.
here for further information about the Center's Technical
Focus, Stanford's Leadership..
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last updated:May 20, 2015