IEEE Distinguished Lecture: “Radar Adaptivity – Antenna Based Signal Processing Techniques” by Dr Alfonso Farina

Defence Academy of the UK Lander Theatre, Marlborough Hall, Shrivenham

IEEE Distinguished Lecture : “Radar Adaptivity: Antenna Based Signal Processing Techniques” by Dr Alfonso Farina Dr. Alfonso Farina was previous VP Industry Relations of IEEE Aerospace and Electronic Systems Society Member at Large, BoG IEEE-AESS, Technical Operations Education Coordinator. Lecture Contents: The beginning of RADAR Operational needs Side lobe blanking and cancellation techniques Adaptive arrays [...]

AES Society UK Maritime Surveillance Radars for the RAF 1940–2010

University College London Roberts Building, Torrington Place,, London

Prof Simon Watts will be giving a talk titled: "UK Maritime Surveillance Radars for the RAF 1940–2010" for the inaugural presentation for the AES Society as part of the society being re-established in the UK & Ireland. As part of the 1st organised meeting of the IEEE AES Society we will are arranging a small drinks reception along with a meet and greet component so members attending can meet the newly established committee members.

AES Society Lecture: Subangstrom-precise Nanophotonic Devices at the Fibre Surface

University of Birmingham Department of Electronic, Electrical and Systems Engineering, Gisbert Kapp Building, Pritchatt's Road, Edgbaston, Birmingham

This presentation reviews recent progress in Surface Nanoscale Axial Photonics (SNAP) which allows to create photonic circuits at the fibre surface with unprecedented sub-angstrom precision and ultralow loss. Recent and potential applications of SNAP ranging from miniature optical delay lines, buffers and frequency comb generators to microfluidics are discussed.

Event: Advanced Signal Processing in Radar and Electronic Warfare Focus Group

University of Strathlyde Technology and Innovation Centre, 99 George Street, Glasgow

You are invited to attend this event to engage with the EMSIG community and to investigate collaboration opportunities in the field of Advanced Signal Processing for Radar and EW. The scope of this focus group within the EMSIG network is to bring together academics, industrialists, and potential end-users working on development of signal processing techniques for radar sensing and electronic warfare.

NASA Science: Exploration, Innovation, and Excellence

Royal Aeronautical Society Headquarters No.4 Hamilton Place, London

NASA observes our space environment daily with a fleet of space observatories, and in order to understand the Earth, we must comprehend it in the context of a larger universe. Every discovery we make about the distant universe, or the worlds, or our solar system, better informs our knowledge of our home planet. Three areas are at the heart of NASA’s comprehensive science program: Exploration, Innovation and Excellence. Dr. Zurbuchen will explore these tenets and share how NASA leads on a civilisation scale to enable new capabilities and address global challenges.

Technical Talk: New Concepts in Maritime Detection

University College London Marconi Room, Electrical Engineering Department, Torrington Place, London

This talk by Dr Luke Rosenberg, Defence Science and Technology (DST) Group, Australia covers three new approaches for target detection in the maritime domain. These include the use of stationary wavelet transforms to isolate different spectral features, the use of sparse signal separation algorithms and the application of the single snapshot coherent detector.

Electromagnetic Systems Interest Group (EMSIG) 2019 Symposium

Royal Society of Edinburgh 22-26 George Street, Edinburgh

The 2019 Electromagnetic Systems Interest Group (EMSIG) 2019 Symposium will be held on 18th-19th June 2019, in Edinburgh at the Royal Society of Edinburgh. This event is an opportunity for interested parties from across industry, academia, and government to come together at a dedicated event to discuss the latest developments in the field of electromagnetic systems.

Technical Talk: Electronic Countermeasures (ECM) Applied to Passive Radar

University College London Marconi Room, 11th Floor, Roberts Building, Department of Electronic & Electrical Engineering, University College London, Torrington Place, London

Daniel W. O'Hagan is Head of the Passive Radar and Anti-Jamming Techniques Department (PSR) at Fraunhofer FHR. His department leads numerous research activities for the German Ministry of Defence, NATO and the European Defence Agency.

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