I/ The application of medium grazing angle sea-clutter models, II/ The NRL multi­‐aperture SAR : system description and recent results

Séminaire le 26 Mai 2015, 14h00 à CENTRALESUPELEC, Seminar Room, L2S, 4th floor
Dr Luke Rosenberg - DSTO, Australia

I/  The application of medium grazing angle sea-clutter models
There is a large body of literature on sea-­clutter analysis and modelling. However, these are mostly from radars with coarse resolution with data collected at low grazing angles. Newer maritime airborne radars which operate at higher resolutions  and from higher grazing angles will therefore  require newer models to characterise  this sea clutter....   click here for know more
II /  The NRL multi­‐aperture SAR : system description and recent results
The  Naval  Research  Laboratory  (NRL)  multi-­‐aperture  synthetic  aperture  radar  (MSAR)  is  an  airborne  test  bed designed  to  investigate  remote  sensing  and  surveillance  applications  that  exploit  multiple  along-­‐track  phase centers, in particular, applications that require measurement of scene motion....click here for know more

Bio : Luke Rosenberg received his Bachelor of Electrical and Electronic Engineering in 1999, Masters in Signal and Information Processing in 2001 and PhD in 2006 all from the University of Adelaide in Australia. In 2000 he joined the Defence Science and Technology Organisation as an RF engineer, then worked as a research scientist in the imaging radar systems group and recently in the maritime radar group. He is also an adjunct senior lecturer at the University of Adelaide and is currently on attachment at the US Naval Research Laboratory working on algorithms for focussing moving scatterers in synthetic aperture radar imagery.

Contact : Alexandre Renaux (LSS), Frédéric Pascal (LSS) and Jean-Philippe Ovarlez (ONERA/SONDRA)