Dr. Yu (Jade) Morton is an electrical engineering Professor at Colorado State University. She received a PhD in electrical engineering from Penn State and was a post doctor research fellow at the University of Michigan, Space Physics Research Laboratory. Prior to join CSU, she was a professor in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at Miami University. Her research interests are advanced GNSS receiver algorithms for accurate and reliable operations in challenging environments, studies of the atmosphere using radar and satellite signals, and development of new applications using satellite navigation technologies. She was the chair of Institute of Navigation Satellite Division from 2012 to 2014, chaired several international conferences, and serves on a number of other international conference committees and professional society technical committees. She also serves on several technical publications editorial boards. She is currently the technical editor of Navigation Systems for IEEE Transactions on Aerospace and Electronics Systems. She is a fellow of IEEE and the 2014 Institute of Navigation Thurlow Award recipient.