Thank you to everyone who submitted tutorials for consideration at the 2020 IEEE International RADAR Conference. Here are a list of tutorials we are excited to offer:

Introduction to Airborne Ground-Moving Target Indicator (GMTI) Radar

Armin Doerry

Electronic Scanned Array (ESA) Design

John S. Williams

Radar Systems Prototyping

Lorenzo Lo Monte

Radar Tracking, State Estimation and Association

Chaw-Bing Chang, Keh-Ping Dunn

Passive Radar – from Target Detection to Imaging

Mateusz Malanowski, Piotr Samczyński, Krzysztof Kulpa

Recent Developments in Maritime Radar Detection

Luke Rosenberg, Simon Watts

Adaptive Array Antennas: Principles and Applications

Randy Haupt, Mark Leifer

Introduction to Automotive Radars

Igal Bilik

Advanced Radar Detection and Applications

Scott Goldstein, Mike Picciolo, Wil Myrick

Advanced Inverse Synthetic Aperture Radar Imaging

Marco Martorella

Ultra Wide Band Surveillance Radar

Mark Davis

Noise Radar Technology and Noise Waveform Design – Prospective Solution for Future SISO and MIMO Systems

Krzysztof Kulpa , Mateusz Malanowski

Over-the-Horizon Radar – Fundamental Principles, Adaptive Processing and Emerging Applications

Giuseppe (Joe) Fabrizio 

Optimization Theory in Advanced Radar Signal Processing

Augusto Aubry, Antonio De Maio, Vincenzo Carotenuto

Bistatic and Multistatic Radar Imaging

Marco Martorella, Brian Rigling

Deep Learning for Radar Automatic Target Recognition (ATR)

Uttam Majumder, Erik Blasch, David Garren

Joint Automotive MIMO-Radar-MIMO-Communications Signal Processing

Kumar Vijay Mishra, Bhavani Shankar

Air and Maritime Target Recognition: Dream, Theory & Practice

Willie Nel, Jacques Cilliers

Download the schedule of tutorials here, and check back soon for more information on each topic.

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