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Associate Lecturer, Geomatics Engineering
Member of Lassonde School of Engineering (FSE)
Member of Faculty of Graduate Studies (FGS)
· Bachelor’s Degree, Surveying Engineering
· Dr.-Ing., (Doctor of Engineering Sciences), Geomatics Engineering
Universität der Bundeswehr München (UniBwM)
 WTUSM was merged with Wuhan University in 2001
· Ph.D. Studies/Research Associate/PDF, UniBwM, 1992 ~ 1998
· Research Associate, Technische Universität München, 1991 ~ 1992
Courses taught and being taught at York University
LE/ESSE2620 3.0 Fundamentals of Surveying ( W 2007-2013, F & W 2015, F 2016))
2004/2005/2006 ARO VLBI Antenna Project
Advanced Satellite Positioning, GS/ESS 5410 3.0
Courses taught at WTUSM in the past
“Teaching” is one of the top
prestigious professions worldwide. “Impart Knowledge and Educate People” may provide the best
description how people respect this profession. There is no exception about
it in any culture.
It is not easy to be a good teacher. I trust that a good teacher needs to have an intense passion for teaching together with full of energy and enthusiasm.
My teaching should not
be about how much and how well I know the subject, but about how much and how
well my students can grasp the subject through my teaching.
Integrated Navigation and
High Accuracy & High Precision Engineering Surveying
Good example for Integrated Navigation is multi-sensor systems, the core of modern direct-georeferencing systems that integrate the GPS/GNSS, Inertial sensors, and any other positioning & orientation sensors available. The research in this area innovates and develops advance algorithms including error modeling, Kalman filtering, robust filtering, system simulation, hardware integration, and real-time & post-processing SW development.
High Accuracy & High Precision Engineering Surveying engages special engineering surveying applications such as deformation monitoring and industrial surveying using modern automatic instruments (automatic total stations, GPS, terrain lidar etc.) and modern math & statistic methodologies.
09/2009 ~ : Nilesh S. Gopaul (BS., MSc., York U)
09/2009 ~ 10/2015 : Jiangtao Liu (BSc, MSc., CUG, China), completed
09/2008 ~ 12/2016 : Michael Leslar (BSc, MSc, Ryerson U), part time
09/2010 ~ : Kun Qian (B.Eng, China; B.Sc, York University)
09/2015 ~ : Thomas MacDougall (BSc, MU; BSc, YU)
09/2012 ~ : Xieqiu Jia (BSc, YU)
09/2011 ~ 08/2015: Guannan Liu (BSc, YU)
09/2008 ~ 09/2011: Ofeliya Popova (BSc, UNB)
09/2007 ~ 08/2009: Nilesh Gopaul (BSc., York U)
07/2008 ~ 06/2009: Zhenyu Zhao, BSc., MSc., PhD., Jilin University, China
02/2011 ~ 01/2012: Gaifang Wang, BSc., MSc., China University of Geoscienses
2006~2007: Survey Control Network for York University
Students: Gordon Jackson, Rachana Ravi, Michael McKechnie.
2008~2009: Fully Automated Observation System