Past Events

 

Past events

CONTINUING EDUCATION
ESA Space Segment Software through ECSS and SAVOIR
28 – 29 September 2016
ETH Zurich, Switzerland
Room HIL D 55.2 in ETH Hönggerberg
28 – 29 September 201620.03.2019 17:30 - 18:30 ETH Zürich History of Central and Eastern European Radar Technology - An Untold Story by Dr. Piotr Samczynski Prof. Warsaw University of Technology
  • 05.04.2019 ETH Zürich Minimum Risk Guidance Solutions Using Data Driven Probabilities by Edwin Williams Univeristy of Southern California Slides
  • 20.03.2019 ETH Zürich History of Central and Eastern European Radar Technology - An Untold Story by Dr. Piotr Samczynski Prof. Warsaw University of Technology Slides
  • 22.01.2019 ETH Zürich "40'000 Flight hours probing GPS L1 Signal Quality of the lower Swiss Airspace" by Dr M. Scaramuzza, Dr M. Troller both skyguide Resources HRRF 
  • 18.10.2018 ETH Zürich Hörsaal ML H 44 "ICAO Performance Based Navigation the Swiss Alpine Helicopter Experience" by H. Leibundgut Rega, H. Wipf AIRNAV CONSULTING svfw
  • 27.09.2018 Bern, Kursaal  Swiss Space Center Swiss Space Center "Fernerkundung 4.0 Satellit, Flugzeug, Drohne und Datenverarbeitung"
  • 13.06.2018 ETH Zürich Joint Lecture "A history of Radar" by Dr Hugh Griffiths Prof. UCL London  Slides
  • 04.06.2018 The IEEE Student Branch EPFL organized a visit to Skyguide the Swiss Air Navigation Service Provider in Geneva
  • 24.05.2018 ETH Zürich Joint Lecture on Radar signal processing and Radar clutter models by Dr Maria S. Greco AESS Distinguished Lecturer Prof Uni Pisa   Slides
  • 30.10.2017 STV-Swiss Engineering: Themenabend «Raumfahrt with astronaut Claude Nicollier Hochschule Luzern - Aperitive sponsored by IEEE Swiss Section Meet young professionals with electrical or mechanical engineering background.
  • 08.06.2017 ETH Zürich Navigation Sensors and Systems in GNSS Degraded and Denied Environments by Dr. George T. Schmidt IEEE Life Fellow Distinguished Lecturer   Slides
  • 09.05. - 12.05.2017 European Navigation Conference enc2017 at the SwissTech Convention Center - EPFL Ecublens/Lausanne. The chair assisted ION-CH in all matters IEEE and coordinates the support of IEEE. The scientific track papers are going to be published on IEEE xplore the technical ones in the forceoming European Journal of Navigation EUGIN.
  • 29.03.2017 17:30 – 18:45 ETH Zürich Sensors and solutions for future Air Surveillance in Norway by Dr. Karl Erik OLSEN  Head of Research Group & Principal Scientist Norwegian Defence Research Establishment (FFI)
  • 11.12.2016 IEEE - Region 8 - AES Chairs Meeting in Amsterdam
  • 29.09.2016   Joint Lecture by Mr. Jean-Loup Terraillon ESA: Avionic Industrial Harmonization in Support of European Space Agency’s Software Dependability 
  • 14.04.2016  Joint Lecture with ION-CH by Dr. Alfonso Farina Distinguished Lecturer of the AESS on Radar Adaptivity: Antenna Based Signal Processing Techniques
  • 01.03.2016 Joint Lecture IEEE with AOC and the Institute of Geodesy and Photogrammetry, ETH Zürich  HG D 5.2 "Modern Passive Radar and Multistatic Tracking" by Dr. Wolfgang Koch  Fellow IEEE Distinguished Lecturer of the AESS Fraunhofer Gesellschaft. Slides
  • AHORN Schweizerisches Institut für Navigation (ION-CH), Österreichischer Verein für Navigation (ÖVN), Deutsche Gesellschaft für Ortung und Navigation (DGON) with contributions on Detektion und Lokalisierung von GNSS Störsendern zur Sicherung kritischer, Infrastruktur im Alpenraum, Positionierung im alpinen Luftraum, GNSS basierte Luftrettung in alpinen, Regionen, Drohne für hoch genaues Korridor Mapping, Effiziente Geodatenerfassung im hochalpinen Gelände mit UAV, Präzisions 2D & 3D Modellierung mit Vermessungsdrohnen.  26.-27. November 2015 Wildhaus
  • 06.10.2015 Joint Lecture with ION-CH “GNSS Signal-in-Space under Threat - A Quality-of-Service Issue for Aviation” by Dr. M. Scaramuzza and H. Wipf El Ing HTL. Substituting Dr. G. Schmidt  lecture on “Navigation Sensors and Systems in GNSS - Degraded and Denied Environments”.  Our lecture is connected to the national program introducing performance-based navigation, which has global navigation satellite signals (GNSS) at its heart. We gave an account of how we assess the signal-in-space of the lower airspace and report on the planned GNSS jamming trials. Dr. M. Scaramuzza and H. Wipf both work with the Swiss air navigation service provider in the field of navigation. Slides + Slides

    The petition for the chapter creation was accepted by the AESS the 28.03.2014. and the founding took place on June 2014 at the Zurich Airport in the former control tower.Date: Friday, 14th Nov 2014

      • Time: 16:15 – 17:15
        Location: ETH Zürich, Maschinenlabor Room ML E 12