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About René Warnant, Ph.D.

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Warnant received an master's of science degree in physics in 1988 and a Ph.D. in physics with a specialty in GNSS in 1996, both from the Université catholique de Louvain, Louvain-la-Neuve, Belgium. He started his career as a geodesist at the Royal Observatory of Belgium in 1988. Since June 2011, he is a full-time professor and head of the Geodesy and GNSS Laboratory at the University of Liège where he is responsible for education in the field of space geodesy and GNSS.

Posts by René Warnant, Ph.D.

Innovation: Galileo cycle-slip detection Posted on 01 Sep 2016 in the From the Magazine & GNSS & Innovation categories.

How four frequencies help when the ionosphere is disturbed
The authors explore how cycle slips in Galileo carrier-phase measurements can be more effectively detected using four frequencies. Read more»