The 5-day summer school Antennas for Radio Telescopes, which is part of the European School of Antennas (ESoA) and supported by the IEEE South Africa Section, will be held at the Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering, Stellenbosch University, from 21 to 25 November 2016.
According to the Array 2016 Blog, the blog for the 2016 IEEE International Symposium on Phased Array Systems and Technology, there will be a special tutorial session on “Microwave Array Beamforming: Analog, Digital, and Photonic” at the Symposium in Waltham MA during October 2016.
From 28 to 30 June 2017, the International Radar Symposium (IRS) will – for the first time – be held in Prague, the capital city of the Czech Republic. The event is organized by the German Institute of Navigation (DGON) and the University of Defence in Brno in cooperation with ERA a.s. company. The IRS is a forum for both academic and industrial professionals in radar from all over the world.
The 16th Mediterranean Microwave Symposium (MMS 2016), organized by Al Ain University of Science and Technology (AAU) will be held from 14 to 16 November 2016 in Abu Dhabi City – United Arab Emirates (UAE).
Our sixth course of 2016, High Resolution and Imaging Radar (2016), ran from 06 to 10 June 2016 at the University of Cape Town, where it was presented by two well-known visiting professors from the Department of Information Engineering at the University of Pisa in Italy: Prof Marco Martorella and Prof Fabrizio Berizzi.
For 2017, the IEEE Radar Conference returns west after eight years and arrives in the beautiful Pacific Northwest for the first time. The conference timing coincides with the centennial anniversary of incorporation of Boeing; our theme, “Building on a Century of Innovation,” unites the past and future. Looking back, we highlight seminal radar developments including the co-invention of Pulse Doppler Radar, advances in civil aviation, and the world’s first digitally-processed Synthetic Aperture Radar image from space. Looking forward, we envision an exciting week of exploring the latest developments in research, development and deployment of radar systems for applications from local indoor monitoring to spaceborne remote sensing.
Our fifth course of 2016, Fundamentals of Radar Signal and Data Processing (2016), ran from 09 to 13 May 2016, at the University of Cape Town, where it was presented by Associate Professor Amit Mishra.
Students were introduced to the principles and techniques fundamental to the operation of the signal processing found in a radar system. Specific course topics included