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Seminar Autonomous driving (extended XG seminar)

Seminar Autonomous driving (extended XG seminar)

Seminar Autonomous driving (extended XG seminar)

Seminar will take place in Snijderszaal on Monday, May 15 at 11:00. Lunch included.

Program

  • 11.00 – 11.05   Opening (by Alexander Yarovoy and Leo  de Vreede)
  • 11-05 – 11.35   Cicero Vaucher, ‘ Automotive radars’
  • 11-35 – 12.05   Dariu Gavrila, ‘ Autonomous driving ‘
  • 12-05 – 12.35   Riender Happee (or represented by PhD)  ‘ Human Factor on autonomous driving’
  • 12:35 – 13:00   Lunch break (Lipkenszaal)
  • 13.00 – 13.30   S4-Drive project (PhD’s Rossiza Gourova (EEMCS)  and Joris Domhof (3ME) )
  • 13.30 – 14.00   CRUISE project proposal  (Cicero Vaucher, Masoud Babaie and Faruk Uysal)

Congratulations! Your article has been published as a rapid post

"Linearized 3-D Electromagnetic Contrast Source Inversion and Its Applications to Half-space Configurations" by Shilong Sun, Bert Jan Kooij, and Alexander G. Yarovoy

Dear authors,

This is to notify you that the following article, “Linearized Three-dimensional Electromagnetic Contrast Source Inversion and Its Applications to Half-space Configurations,” has been finalized and posted to the “Early Access” area on IEEEXplore. This article has been accepted for inclusion in a future issue of this journal and its content is final as presented with the exception of pagination and issue designation. It may be cited as an article in a future issue by its Digital Object Identifier. To view your Rapid Post article, please visit the journal homepage (listed below) on IEEEXplore and select the “Early Access” tab.

This paper appears in: IEEE Transactions on Geoscience and Remote Sensing
Volume: 55 Issue: 6
Print ISSN: 0196-2892
Online ISSN: 1558-0644
Digital Object Identifier: 10.1109/TGRS.2017.2672861

Best regards from EuCAP-2017 in Paris

Best regards from EuCAP-2017 in Paris

Stefano, Sharef, Jan, Jiapeng, Oleg and Alexander send you our best regards from the 11th European Conference on Antennas and Propagation, that was going in Paris, France, on 19-24 March 2017. The conference attracted of 1300 participants that followed to 850 presentations. Every session, in average, has been follower by 48 attendees.

Meeting with Stefano and his supervisors from Thales

Meeting with Stefano and his supervisors from Thales

EuCAP-2017 Closing session

EuCAP-2017 Closing session

The paper “Spectral Polarimetric Features Analysis of Wind Turbine Clutter in Weather Radar” by Jiapeng Yin, Oleg Krasnov, Christine Unal, Stefano Medagli, and Herman Russchenberg has been selected to be a finalist for a best paper award. The finalist papers have been requested to present their work in a special poster session dedicated to the Awards. This session took place on Thursday afternoon, March 23, 2017, and gave a possibility for many additional discussions and contacts. Unfortunately, we did not receive the Award, which went to the paper “Design and Calibration of a Double-directional 60 GHz Channel Sounder for Multipath Component Tracking” by Ruoyu Sun (NIST, USA), Peter Papazian and Jelena Senic (NIST, USA), Yeh Lo (NTIA, USA), Jae-Kark Choi (NIST, USA), Kate A. Remley and Camillo Gentile (NIST, USA)…

During the closing session the EuCAP flag has been passed to the co-chairs of the next year conference (Yang Hao and Tony Brown), which will take place in London from 8 to April 2018.

Radar Laboratory for the Microwave, Radar and Remote Sensing course

Radar Laboratory for the Microwave, Radar and Remote Sensing course

Radar Laboratory for the Microwave, Radar and Remote Sensing course

MSc thesis defence by Kavish Ishwardat

MSc thesis defence by Kavish Ishwardat

Kavish Ishwardat succesfully defended his thesis “Radar based horizontal wind profile retrieval techniques: DFT applied to scanning Doppler radar measurements” ( link). Our congratulations!

MS3 Master project event 2017

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Season’s Greetings to the team, colleagues and partners!

Season’s Greetings to the team, colleagues and partners!

Season’s Greetings to the team, colleagues and partners!

Best regards from Fraunhofer FHR, Wachtberg, Germany

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MS3 demonstrates a few radar sensors for automotive applications during the Future of Driving Symposium

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Congratulations, MSc Nannan Chen!

Nannan Chen MSc defense - the floor is yours...

Nannan Chen MSc defense – the floor is yours…