International Conference on Synthetic Aperture in Sonar and Radar – UPDATED

6 September - 8 September 2023

Villa Marigola, Lerici, Italy

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Conference programme is now available here

Requests from Early Career Researchers for travel funding to support attendance at the conference can be made using the Travel Grant Form

The aim of this 2 ½ day conference is to build on the success of the previous conferences and provide a forum for comparison of systems techniques, signal and image processing, experimental results and to stimulate new ideas in each domain.

Particular topics of interest for conference are, but not restricted to:

• Synthetic Aperture from Autonomous vehicles ( AUVs and UAVs)
• Processing schemes and algorithms
• Image registration, fusion and reconstruction
• Automated and computer aided target recognition, Computer aided detection and classification
• Interferometry and differential interferometry
• Change detection
• Compressed sensing
• Performance assessment
• Low frequency and UWB synthetic aperture
• Bi-static, multi-static and MIMO synthetic aperture
• Passive synthetic aperture sonar
• Satellite synthetic aperture radar
• Motion compensation, navigation and autofocus
• Spotlight and squint mode
• Propagation effects

Prospective authors are invited to submit a title and single page abstract to by 3 February 2023.  This deadline has been extended to 17 February for those who need publication clearance. 

Authors will be notified by 3 March 2023 and invited to submit a full paper by 3 July 2023.

Papers will be refereed. Completed papers may be up to 8 pages long, including diagrams and must be prepared in the correct electronic format.

Organising Committee:
Prof. Gary Heald (Chair)
Dstl & Heriot-Watt University, UK no
Dr Daniel Andre
Cranfield University, UK
Prof. Roy Edgar Hansen
FFI and University of Oslo, Norway
Dr Alan Hunter
University of Bath, UK
Dr Tony Lyons
University of New Hampshire, USA
Prof. Marco Martorella
University of Pisa, Italy
Dr Neil Stapleton
Dstl, UK
Posted on 11th November 2022 in Events, Underwater Acoustics, Sensors