EURASIP PhD Summer School in RADAR SIGNAL PROCESSING, 8-12 September 2014, Pisa, Italy

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EURASIP PhD Summer School in RADAR SIGNAL PROCESSING, 8-12 September 2014, Pisa, Italy

 

EURASIP PhD Summer School in RADAR SIGNAL PROCESSING

The first EURASIP PhD Summer School will be held on 8-12 September 2014 in Pisa (Italy) and will focus on Radar Signal Processing. The School aims to providing PhD students, postdoctoral researchers, and young scientists with the unique opportunity to meet and learn from leading experts about the most advanced signal processing techniques applied in radar systems for remote sensing, target classification and surveillance. The School will be held at the “Hotel Casale La Sterpaia”, located in the beautiful San Rossore Park, Pisa, Italy. During the five-day program, eight senior researchers and industry representatives will give lectures on passive radars, SAR, cognitive radar systems, target recognition and tracking. Furthermore, one afternoon will be dedicated to the presentation of student’s research activities and another afternoon to the description of a project assignment.

PROGRAM IN A NUTSHELL

The five-day program consists of eight half-day high-qualified lectures given by:

  • Paolo Braca, NATO CMRE, La Spezia, Italy
  • Antonio De Maio, University of Naples "Federico II", Naples, Italy
  • Alfonso Farina, Selex-ES, Rome, Italy
  • Gianfranco Fornaro, IREA, Naples, Italy
  • Guido Manacorda, IDS, Pisa, Italy
  • Matt Maxwell, SAPL Product Manager – RTSA, Tektronix, London, UK
  • Daniel O'Hagan, University of Cape Town, South Africa
  • Luc Vignaud, ONERA, France

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