Shuanggen Jin

Shanghai Astronomical Observatory China

Shuanggen Jin is Vice-President and Professor at Henan Polytechnic University, China and Professor at Shanghai Astronomical Observatory, CAS, China. His main research areas include Satellite Navigation, Remote Sensing and Space/Planetary Exploration. He has published over 500 papers in peer-reviewed journals and proceedings, 10 patents/software copyrights and 10 books/monographs with more than 9000 citations and H-index>50. Prof. Jin has been President of International Association of Planetary Sciences (IAPS) (2015-2019), President of the International Association of CPGPS (2016-2017), Chair of IUGG Union Commission on Planetary Sciences (UCPS) (2015-2023), Editor-in-Chief of International Journal of Geosciences, Editor of Geoscience Letters, Associate Editor of IEEE Transactions on Geoscience & Remote Sensing, and Journal of Navigation, Editorial Board member of Remote Sensing, GPS Solutions and Journal of Geodynamics. He has received 100-Talent Program of CAS, Leading Talent of Shanghai, IAG Fellow, IUGG Fellow, Fellow of Electromagnetics Academy, World Class Professor of Ministry of Education and Cultures, Indonesia, Chief Scientist of National Key R&D Program, China, Member of Russian Academy of Natural Sciences, Member of European Academy of Sciences, Member of Turkish Academy of Sciences, and Member of Academia Europaea.

Shuanggen Jin

3books edited

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Satellite positioning techniques, particularly global navigation satellite systems (GNSS), are capable of measuring small changes of the Earths shape and atmosphere, as well as surface characteristics with an unprecedented accuracy. This book is devoted to presenting recent results and development in satellite positioning technique and applications, including GNSS positioning methods, models, atmospheric sounding, and reflectometry as well their applications in the atmosphere, land, oceans and cryosphere. This book provides a good reference for satellite positioning techniques, engineers, scientists as well as user community.

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