International conference on radar systems
22 - 25 October 2012 | Glasgow, UK
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Radar 2012 will cover all aspects of radar systems for civil, security and defence applications. The conference will showcase the latest developments in radar technology techniques and signal processing.
The conference provides a unique opportunity to update your knowledge on the latest developments and is relevant for all involved in advanced radar systems, from the experienced engineer to new graduates seeking to build a career in this fascinating field. In addition, there will be tutorials on the key elements of radar technology, given by leading experts in their fields.
Call for papers deadline for Radar 2012 has been extended to 2 April 2012
Authors should note the following key deadlines:
|13 July 2012||Submission of full paper deadline|
|27 July 2012||Notification of full paper acceptance|
|3 September 2012||Author registration deadline|
|22-25 October 2012||Date of conference|
Information for authors
Draft papers must be submitted by Monday 2 April 2012, if they are to be considered for the conference.
Use of the Radar 2012 template is mandatory and only draft papers following the instructions provided will be considered. Authors must also complete and return the IET copyright form.
View full instructions on how to prepare and submit a draft paper for Radar 2012 on our author information page.
We understand that the Latex paper template provides information that the paper should be 8 pages. We would like to let all perspective authors know that the information provided on the call for papers page i.e. draft papers are 4 pages and finals papers are 6 is correct, and these are the guidelines that should be followed. Please accept out apologies for any inconvenience caused.
Industrial and academic technical scope
The Organising Committee of Radar 2012 welcome draft paper submissions from the radar community. Topics to be covered include (but are not limited to):
- Radar environment and phenomenology
- Radar systems
- Remote sensing from airborne or spaceborne systems
- Waveform design, beamforming and signal processing
- Emerging radar applications
- Emerging technologies
- Advanced sub-systems technologies
- Computer modelling, simulation and validation
- Radar management techniques
- Automatic classification
Please see the technical scope page for more detail.