PhotonIcs and Electromagnetics Research Symposium, also known as Progress In Electromagnetics Research Symposium
Focus & Special Sessions
5_FocusSession.SC5: Physical Modeling and Applications in GNSS Reflectometry and other SoOp Observables 2
NASA JPL/California Institute of Technology
Mississippi State University
The possibility of exploiting satellite navigation and communication signals for remote sensing applications has been the object of extensive scientific research. Over the last few years, the potential of this technique has been mainly investigated for the observation of the ocean and land, resulting in new space missions, currently in orbit or under study.
The use of signals transmitted by Global Navigation Satellite Systems (GNSS) in L-band as well as transmission of communication signals in P-band have attracted significant scientific and industrial interest, especially for land applications.
The possibility of retrieving soil moisture, vegetation biomass, or monitoring the freeze/thaw state, inundations and snow, by means of GNSS reflections, has recently been confirmed through the analysis of ground-based data, airborne measurements, and technology demonstration missions. In this frame, several research groups are involved in studies based on the exploitation of data produced by the NASA CyGNSS mission, which is currently operational.
Even if all these campaigns significantly contributed to consolidating the physics that is behind the interaction between navigation signals and the bio-geophysical parameters of the illuminated surface, a complete understanding of data needs further scientific efforts, especially for satellite observations.
The session is focused on the recent advances made in GNSS-R and other Signals of Opportunity remote sensing, to give detailed pictures about both the state of the art of modeling activities, of retrieval approaches, and of other applications. Specifically, this session seeks contributions presenting: 1) improved understanding of GNSS-R and other Signals of Opportunity forward models for different types of surfaces; 2) Inverse methods for the retrieval of parameters from GNSS-R and SoOp observations; 3) results from field experiments and satellite data.
Note: The following submitted articles are not guaranteed to be scheduled in the final program at this stage. The final presentation type and arranged session will be decided by Technical Program Committee.
Y. Jade Morton
University of Colorado
|00:00||GNSS-R for High Precision Altimetry Applications|
|Y. Jade Morton(University of Colorado), ***, ***, ***, ***, ***|
University College Dublin Belfield
|00:00||Improving Training Efficiency of LSTMs While Forecasting Precipitable Water Vapours|
|Mayank Jain(University College Dublin Belfield), Piyush Yadav(University of Delhi), Yee Hui Lee(Nanyang Technological University Singapore), Soumyabrata Dev(Beijing-Dublin International College)|
Institute of Space Sciences (ICE, CSIC)
|00:00||A Semi-empirical Model on the Standard Deviation of Spaceborne GNSS-R Wind Speed Measurements|
|Weiqiang Li(Institute of Space Sciences (ICE, CSIC)), ***, Estel Cardellach(Institute of Space Studies (ICE, CSIC)), Antonio Rius(Institute of Space Studies (ICE, CSIC)), ***, Jingnan Liu(Wuhan University)|
Simon H. Yueh
California Institute of Technology
|00:00||Signals of Opportunity Synthetic Aperture Radar for High Resolution Remote Sensing of Land Surfaces|
|Keynote||Simon H. Yueh(California Institute of Technology), Rashmi Shah(NASA JPL/California Institute of Technology), Xiaolan Xu(California Institute of Technology), Bryan W. Stiles(California Institute of Technology), ***, ***, ***, Mehmet Ogut(California Institute of Technology), ***|
California Institute of Technology
|00:00||Retrieve Vegetation Optical Depth from CYGNSS Data Using the Physical Model|
|Xiaolan Xu(California Institute of Technology), Simon H. Yueh(California Institute of Technology), Rashmi Shah(NASA JPL/California Institute of Technology), Akiko Hayashi(California Institute of Technology)|
Nanjing University of Information Science and Technology
|00:00||Significant Wave Height Estimation from CYGNSS Delay-doppler Map Average Observations|
|Shuanggen Jin(Nanjing University of Information Science and Technology), ***|
Suzhou University of Science and Technology
|00:00||CYGNSS Land Surface Soil Moisture Retrieval with Blended Microwave Soil Moisture Products|
|Zhounan Dong(Suzhou University of Science and Technology)|
University of Michigan
|00:00||Calculations of Coherent Waves and Incoherent Waves Using Analytical Kirchhoff Solutions (AKS) with Land Surface Spectrum from Lidar Measurements|
|Haokui Xu(University of Michigan), Jiyue Zhu(University of Michigan), Leung Tsang(University of Michigan), Bowen Ren(University of Michigan), Alexandra M. Bringer(The Ohio State University), Joel T. Johnson(The Ohio State University)|
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