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AESS Resource Center

One stop shop for AESS Publications, Education, Research Tools and Data

  • Technical Learning & Research Support: A robust, web-based, technical learning and research center that is tailored to support the educational, career, and research needs of AESS members.
  • Video Tutorials with Assessments: Resource Center video tutorials are available at no cost to AESS members, and a small fee (i.e. $25) for IEEE Members and Non-members.  Students receive a Certificate of Completion upon passing an Evidence of Learning assessment for video tutorials.
  • Publications: Resource Center publications are available at no cost to AESS members, $3 per issue for IEEE Members, and $6 per issue for Non-Members.
  • Research Tools and Data Sets: AESS members can use the resource center to host software tools, supplemental research results and data, challenge problems, and experimental data sets that will support research in their research areas.

Most all engineers have requirements in their annual performance goals and evaluation for professional development in the form of education and/or conferences.  However, the workload and/or the overhead budgets make it near impossible to travel and attend week-long conferences or short courses.  In order to assist members with addressing this dilemma, IEEE AESS introduces its video tutorials with online assessment so that engineers can address their educational requirements of their employer with the flexibility mandated by a demanding job at low cost. Help spread the word about this resource -- share these promotional flyers for the Resource Center and Video Tutorials with your friends and colleagues!

Tutorial Topics/Authors

Sea Clutter
Simon Watts, SW Research Consultancy/University College London
Keith Ward, Igence Limited
Fundamental Concepts in Radar Signal Processing
Mark A. Richards, Georgia Tech Research Institute
Radar System and Performance Modeling
G. Richard Curry, Consultant
High-Level Information Fusion
Erik Blasch, US Air Force Research Lab (AFRL)
Bistatic & Multistatic Radar
Hugh Griffiths, University College London
Introduction to Stealth
David Lynch, Jr., DL Sciences, Inc.

After viewing a tutorial and successfully completing the assessment, viewers are issues a Certificate of Completion reflecting their evidence of learning.

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“The field of interest shall be the organization, systems engineering, design, development, integration, and operation of complex systems for space, air, ocean, or ground environments. These systems include but are not limited to navigation, avionics, mobile electric power and electronics, radar, sonar, telemetry, military, law-enforcement, automatic test, simulators, and command and control."

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