2nd European Microwave Student School

"Radar Techniques and Technologies "

 

When:                     Monday 9th until Wednesday 11th October 2017

Organisers:             H. Maune, TU Darmstadt

 

This year‘s European Microwave Week features the second European Microwave Student School for bachelor and master students from all over Europe. This year‘s topic is “Radar Techniques and Technologies”, spanning from Fundamentals of Radar technologies and hardware over RF system concept and signal processing to real world applications and implementations. The programme features experts from academia and industry and programme will enable a fundamental understanding of Radar techniques and technologies. The course will be formed by two intensive days of lectures accompanied by a hands-on design experience event on the third day. Together with the Doctoral School, students will build a modern digital transceiver. The best concepts will enter the Student Design Competition. Beside the lecture and training program, there will be a social event together with the Doctoral School on Monday evening to get in contact with other students and research fellows from universities. The School is also open to interested PhD students.

Earning Credit Points

The European Microwave Student School will offer certificates to all attendees for earning credit points within the European Credit Transfer System (ECTS). If you need to have a written or oral exam please contact your professor well in advance for arranging the details of the examination process. By request of your professor by email to studentschool@eumw2017.com we will provide an exam sheet for oral or written examination by end of October 2017.

Registration

The registration fee for this event is 40€ for bachelor and master students with a valid student ID of an accredited university.   

For registration and further information please visit www.eumweek.com.

Registration closes 12th September 2017. The place is limited, so save your ticket well in advance!

Program (preliminary)

Monday 9th October

08:30–08:40        Introduction
                                Dr. Holger Maune, TU Darmstadt

08:40–10:10        Fundamentals of Radar technologies
                                Prof. Dr. Nils Pohl, Ruhr-Universität Bochum

10:40–12:20        Radar Frontends
                                Dr. Peter Knott, Fraunhofer-Institut für Hochfrequenzphysik und Radartechnik

13:50–15:30        Signal Processing for Radar technologies
                                Prof. Dr. Abdelhak Zoubir, TU Darmstadt

16:00–17:40        System Concepts for the Radar of the Future
                                Prof. Dr. Werner Wiesbeck, Karlsruher Institut für Technologie

18:30–                Social Get-Together
                                Location: tbd, together with Doctoral School

Tuesday 10th October

08:30–10:00        Automotive Applications            
                                Prof. Dr. Stefan Schneider, Hochschule Kempten

10:30–12:00        Industrial Applications
                                PD Dr. Alexander Kölpin, Friedrich-Alexander-Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg

13:00–14:30        Radar Environment Generation
                                Dr. Steffen Heuel, Rohde & Schwarz GmbH & Co. KG

14:45–16:30        Spaceborne Synthetic Aperture Radar Systems and Technologies
                                Dr. Marwan Younis, Deutsches Zentrum für Luft- und Raumfahrt e.V. (DLR)

16:30–17:00        Introduction to Hands-On Workshop
                                Prof. David Ricketts

17:00–17:30        Closing Remarks
                                Dr. Holger Maune, TU Darmstadt

Wednesday 11th October

08:30–18:00        Hands-on Design Experience Event
„                              Building a Modern Digital Transceiver in One Day“
                               Prof. David Ricketts

 

 

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