Ardeshir is a skilled researcher and Ph.D. candidate at NTNU, with a specialized focus in the field of Global Navigation Satellite Systems. He earned his Master of Science degree in Geodesy Engineering from the University of Tehran in 2020.
Ardeshir's expertise in estimation theory, programming, and data management enables him to design and implement advanced algorithms for signal processing and data analysis in GNSS research. His interests center on navigation, GNSS positioning, and estimation theory, and he has a deep understanding of estimation techniques, including Kalman filtering and least squares methods, which he applies to solve complex navigation problems.
Currently, Ardeshir's research is aimed at addressing the challenges that impede the attainment of reliable centimeter-level GNSS positioning in applications such as autonomous driving and smartphones' navigation. To this end, he is actively developing cutting-edge algorithms and theoretical frameworks for RTK and PPP-RTK in the context of multi-frequency, multi-constellation GNSS.