Antonio Angrisano

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Antonio Angrisano has obtained his MSc degree (Cum Laude) in Science of Navigation from Faculty of Sciences and Technologies at Parthenope University of Naples (2006). After the degree he has collaborated with the Science Applied Departement of Parthenope, researching on QZSS system and geosynchronous constellations (2007). Since January 2008 to December 2010 he has been a PhD student in Geodetic and Topographic Sciences at Parthenope University, working on GNSS and Inertial Navigation; during his doctoral studies he has been a visiting PhD student at University of Calgary PLAN Group (Position Location and Navigation), researching on GNSS/INS Integrated Navigation. On April 2011 he successfully defended his PhD dissertation entitled: GNSS/INS Integration Methods. He is currently a Post-Doc at Parthenope University and his main research interests include GNSS and Augmentation Systems, Inertial and Integrated Navigation, RAIM and Integrity.

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