IEEE – OCEANIC ENGINEERING SOCIETY AND MARINE TECHNOLOGY SOCIETY – NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR SECTION ARE PLEASED TO PRESENT:

Radar Vision: An evening with two local leaders in radar research and development

DATE: Thur., Feb. 2, 2012

TIME: 7:00 PM
LOCATION: Engineering Boardroom (EN 4002), Engineering and Applied Science Building, Memorial University

Mr. Joe Ryan, President, Delta Radar Inc.

Mr. Ryan will give an overview of his work as a leader in the development of radar technology for
marine navigation and surveillance over the past three decades, including research and product
development and commercialization efforts in advanced radar signal processing and HF surface wave
radar. He will also discuss recent advances in radar hardware technology including Software Defined
functionality that will provide new product development and research opportunities. Multi-mode radar
offers the potential to bring vision-like capabilities to radar and extend its usefulness in the fields of
navigation in ice, ocean parameter measurement and small target detection.

Ms. MadlenaHakobyan, PhD candidate, C-CORE

Ms. Hakobyan will describe her work in using ground based synthetic aperture radarfor monitoring
motion and deformation, with a particular emphasis on monitoring changes to coastlines and coastal
infrastructure.

For additional information, or to register, please contact either Randy Gillespie
(randy.gillespie@mi.mun.ca) or Ralf Bachmayer (Bachmayer@mun.ca)