Good news here!!!We are awarded Navigation and Surveillance Communications Award Winner 2015 for our research The Polariton Interferometer – a novel inertial navigation system by Dr Fred Moxley.
The Polariton Interferometer was developed as a novel inertial navigation system, exemplifying navigation and surveillance communications. Current technologies require signals from a complex satellite and […]
We are shortlisted for the IET Innovation Awards (The Institution of Engineering and Technology)!!
The co-research project leaded by Dr Fred Moxley and Prof. Tim Byrnes named The Polariton Interferometer – a novel inertial navigation system has recently be shortlisted by the IET Innovation Awards,which involved in two categories as Model-Based Engineering and Navigation […]
We are listed on NYU Shanghai’s news page! Below is the article:
Because of the difficulty in measuring absolute mass, the kilogram is the last physical constant that is still defined in terms of a material prototype, in this case a block of an Iridium-Platinum alloy cast in 1875 and stored ever since […]