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Our Paper was Awarded at the IEEE MetroAeroSpace 2023 !!!

We are proud to announce that our paper, “Experimental Evaluation of Radar Waveforms for Spectral Coexistence Using the PARSAX Radar”, the result of our research collaboration with the team from the University of Naples “Federico II”, has been recognized as the most outstanding paper of the Special Session on Metrology for Radar Systems presented at IEEE MetroAeroSpace 2023 (the award has been sponsored by MDPI Remote Sensing Journal). The paper was acknowledged for its experimental demonstration of radar operability in spectrally dense environments through innovative waveform design.

LinkedIn reaction to Detmer’s paper

The First Prize in Young Scientists Contest at the 2022 International Radar Symposium in Gdansk, Poland

The MS3 group is glad to inform you that during the 10th MICROWAVE & RADAR WEEK in Gdansk, Poland our former MSc student Detmer Bosma won the First Prize in the Young Scientists Contest at the 2022 International Radar Symposium with the article “Polarimetric Signatures on Moving Automotive Vehicles Based on the H/A/α-Decomposition” and an excellent presentation about the main results of his MSc thesis project, which were done under the supervision of dr. O. Krasnov and prof. A. Yarovoy, and successfully defended in November 2021 !!!

Congratulations, Detmer!

We are 16th in the university ranks worldwide

The World University Rankings by Subjects 2020, published today, places TU Delft high up in several disciplines. In our Electrical & Electronic Engineering discipline, we are 16th in the university ranks worldwide. Congratulations!

Zongbo Wang’s company won an award

Our formed post Zongbo Wang is the Co-founder and CEO at the Aerotenna company, which is placed at Lawrence, Kansas, USA. Terently, the Aerotenna took home the First Prize at UTM Drone Sense and Avoid Tech competition The Next Era of Aviation is Powered by Radar. Aerotenna demonstrated its collision avoidance solution based on the μSharp sense-and-avoid radar and the OcPoC SoC FPGA flight controller. Aerotenna successfully completed two collision-free rounds in the fastest time to take home the $12000 first prize.

dr. Takuya won Horiba award

Dr. Takuya Sakamoto, Associate Professor of the Graduate School of Engineering, Department of Electronics and Computer Science, at the University of Hyogo, Japan, who  collaborate us long time and many times visited us, received recently the 2016 Masao Horiba Award for his work “Fast 3-D Imaging of Human Body using Ultra-Wideband Radar”. Our warm congratulations, Takuya!

Masao Horiba Awards 2016 Winners

Masao Horiba Awards 2016 Winners