CUAVA is delighted to announce that CUAVA PhD student and researcher Joshua Critchley-Marrows was awarded the W.G.P. Lamb 2023 Award from the Royal Institute of Navigation, presented in London on Wednesday 21 June 2023. Joshua Critchley-Marrows is the Director of research group CROSS, whose star tracker payload will be flown on CUAVA-2 mission early 2024.
The Royal Institute of Navigation is a UK-based organisation, and is internationally recognised as a global authority on topics of positioning, navigation and timing. For Joshua to receive this award from a non-Australian, international body demonstrates the strong impact of his research to a global audience. The RIN confer a number of awards to individuals of outstanding merit, recognising significant and far reaching contributions to the field.