Ms. Danijela Stupar

Research Associate (Serbia/French)

Geodetic engineer and future Ph.D researcher in space innovation for future extraterrestrial settlements. Prior to this, Danijela worked at Republic Geodetic Authority of Serbia, maintaining the cadaster land management. She was attached to research and construction of railway and roadway in France. Familiar with ISU since 2012 when she was a Master student and thereupon Teaching Associate. Currently is working as a Lecturer of remote sensing, focusing on GNSS application. Research interest in Earth’s civil engineering technologies applied onto extraterrestrial construction process.

Publications Include

  • Ignjatović Stupar D, Ogrizović V. A Concept of the Lunar Mobile Navigation Network, International Astronautical Congress, October 1-5, Bremen, Germany, 2018.
  • Chen X, Ignjatović Stupar D. High-Accuracy Determination of the Upper Atmosphere Temperatures of the Sun, International Astronautical Congress, October 1-5, Bremen, Germany, 2018.
  • Ignjatović Stupar D, Ogrizović V. Using Single Frequency Receivers for Future Cubesat GPS-RO Missions. Conference proceedings 6th international conference contemporary achievements in civil engineering 2018. Subotica, Serbia: University of Novi Sad, Faculty of Civil Engineering Subotica, Serbia; 2018. 707-716 p.
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