Professor Matthew Angling is a DSTL/RAEng Chair and heads the Space Environment and Radio Engineering (SERENE) group.
Professor Angling has over 20 years experience of radio propagation and space weather research. His activities have included research on the impact of the environment on radio systems, ionospheric measurements, and the development of propagation products based on assimilative models of the ionosphere. He has extensive experience of using GPS systems for ionospheric studies and has also investigated their use for the detection of anomalous tropospheric propagation. Dr. Angling has led programmes to capture user requirements for operational, real-time space weather products and to subsequently develop web based tools using service orientated architectures. Currently, he is working on a CubeSat programme that aims to characterise the wideband trans-ionospheric radio channel.