Upcoming course: High frequency surface wave radar (2015)

30 Jan 2015 - 11:45

From 16 to 20 February this year, we are offering another fantastic radar course, this time on High Frequency Surface Wave Radar (click on the title to read more).

The course will be taught in Cape Town by two internationally recognised experts, Prof Scott Glenn and  Dr Hugh Roarty from Rutgers University. (Click on their names to read their biographies.)

The objective of this course on HF Radar is to equip students with a comprehensive overview of the state-of-the-art in HF Radar technology. To accomplish this, technical details of the historical developments in HF radar will be presented to establish the basis for studying modern systems.

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The main application focus during the course will HF Radar applied in the oceanographic domain. However, participants should expect to acquire a thorough appreciation of the general fundamentals of HF Radar relevant to other applications. It is suitable for anyone needing enhanced knowledge and skills in HF Radar.

Day 3 will comprise a practical field trip, in which attendees will participate in the setup of an HF radar, data collection, and data analysis.

For more information on all the courses being offered in the Radar Masters programme this year, visit this link.

You can also register for this course as a Continuing Professional Development (CPD) student (download CPD – RED Brochure 2015).