Imperial College London

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The Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering is the academic department at Imperial College London dedicated to civil engineering. It is located at the South Kensington Campus in London, along Imperial College Road. The department is currently a part of the college's Faculty of Engineering, which was formed in 2001 when Imperial College restructured. The department has consistently ranked within the top five on the QS World University Rankings in recent years.


Elected Fellow of the Royal Academy of Engineering (FREng) in recognition of his exceptional contribution to engineering, Prof Ochieng has made significant contributions to major international projects including:

  • the design of the European Geostationary Navigation Overlay Service (EGNOS) and GALILEO, 
  • GNSS measurement error modelling, 
  • specification of aircraft trajectory management tools for the Single European Sky's ATM Research (SESAR) programme, 
  • and integrated positioning and navigation systems for many applications including ITS.


Joint Project Title

Mitigating indoor wayfinding challenges

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🇬🇧 Royal National Institute of Blind People

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Establishment Date:

July 8, 1990

Number of Employees:


Research, healthcare technology, wayfinding


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