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Tutorial programme: Monday 24 October 2022

09:00

Registration and refreshments

09:30

Noise radar – principles, signal processing and waveform design

Krzysztof Kulpa, Professor, Warsaw University of Technology

Mateusz Malanowski, Professor, Warsaw University of Technology

Antenna-Based Electronic Protection

‪Antonio De Maio, Professor of Telecommunications, University of Naples "Federico II", Naples, Italy

Augusto Aubry, Associate Professor, University of Naples "Federico II", Naples, Italy

Ultra-Wideband Surveillance Radar

Mark E. Davis, Independent Consultant

An Introduction to Passive Radar

Hugh Griffiths. THALES / Royal Academy of Engineering Chair of RF Sensor, University College London

Chris Baker, Chair of Intelligent Sensor Systems, Department of Electronic, Electrical and Systems Engineering, University of Birmingham

12:00

Networking and lunch

13:00

Micro-Doppler Signatures: Principles, Analysis and Applications

Dr Carmine Clemente, Reader, University of Strathclyde

Francesco Fioranelli, Assistant Professor, Technische Universiteit Delft, Netherlands

Antenna Array Design for Complex Platforms

Timothy George Pelham, Research Fellow, Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering
University of Bristol

Advanced optimised detection techniques for low observable targets

Krishna Venkataraman, Project S&T Advisor and Radar Systems Engineer, Dept of Defence/DST Group

Advanced Signal Processing for Passive Radar

Braham Himed, Division Research Fellow, Air Force Research Laboratory

15:15

Refreshments

15:35

Access for Radar and Communications

Justin Metcalf, Assistant Professor, Electrical and Computer Engineering Department, The University of Oklahoma

Cenk Sahin, US Air Force Research Laboratory, WPAFB

Patrick McCormick, Assistant Professor / Assistant Scientist, The University of Kansas

Advanced Inverse Synthetic Aperture Radar Imaging

Marco Martorella, Professor, Department of Information Engineering, University of Pisa

Recent Developments in Maritime Radar Detection

Simon Watts, Visiting Professor, Department of Electronic and Electrical Engineering, University College London

Dr. Luke Rosenberg, Adjunct Associate Professor, University of Adelaide and Discipline Lead for Maritime Radar, Defence Science and Technology Group

Passive SAR/ISAR Imaging – to be invisible and to catch invisible

Piotr Samczynski, Researcher, Warsaw University of Technology

Marcine Baczek, Warsaw University of Technology

Damian Gromek. Warsaw University of Technology

17:50

Chair's closing remarks

Hugh Griffiths, Engineering Research Chair of Radio Frequency Sensor Systems, UCL