EuRAD 2011 : European Radar Conference
Call For Papers
The 8th European Radar Conference (EuRAD 2011) will be held
from Wednesday 12th to Friday 14th October 2011 in Manchester,
UK, as part of the European Microwave Week 2011. This Radar
Conference is the major European forum for the present status
and the future trends in the field of radar technology, system
design, and applications.
In the radar sub-systems and phenomenology topic area, the
conference is focused on effects, modelling and measurements of
electromagnetic phenomenology (such as RCS, clutter,
propagation, sensing fundamentals, distributed sensing etc.);
antennas; phased arrays; Transmit/Receive module technology;
mixed-signal subsystems and reconfigurable radar front-ends.
The radar signal processing topic covers digital beam-forming,
interferometry, poliarimetry, waveform diversity and data & signal
processing for target tracking, localization, high resolution,
imaging including Automatic Target Recognition (ATR) and
Moving Target Indication (MTI).
The radar architectures and systems topic addresses radar
systems such as over-the-horizon, imaging and CW. It includes
radar system performance modelling as well as emerging technology enabled systems such as like ultra wide band (UWB),
multi-sensor, multifunctional, network and MIMO radars.
Surveillance, defence and security, environmental, remote sensing
applications (including weather radar and SAR), medical imaging,
marine and automotive radar are covered in the radar
In addition to scientific papers, typically from academia and
research institutes, contributions are encouraged on industrial
developments, covering the various applicative fields such as
environmental, traffic control, automotive, homeland security and
Posters may, on request, be presented in standard paper form or
as part of an interactive poster session. This Interactive session
may be particularly welcome for presentations from industrial
experts, as during the IPS authors can present real-time operation
of developed hardware/software or demonstrate movies (or
slideshows) showing operation of real systems. Desks/tables and
220V electric power will be provided; any other required
equipment must be supplied by the presenter. This IPS will be
combined with the regular EuMC-EuRAD joint poster session.