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Call for Proposals - 2023 IEEE Radar Conference (RadarConf23)

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The Radar Systems Panel (RSP) of the IEEE Aerospace & Electronic Systems Society welcomes proposals from prospective organizers to host the 2023 IEEE Radar Conference. This conference series, originally initiated in 1984 as the US National Radar Conference, has grown to have an internationally diverse attendance and a reputation for the highest quality. The RadarConf series is the premier forum for the technological advancement of the field of radar including theoretical and experimental results for a diverse array of civil, scientific, and defense applications.  Topics include, but are not limited to:

  • Radar Phenomenology (e.g. scattering, phenomenology)
  • Components (e.g. digital RF, photonics, mm-wave)
  • Signal Processing (e.g. detection, tracking, classification, STAP)
  • Synthetic Aperture (e.g. FOPEN,  RF tomography, remote sensing)
  • Antennas (e.g. phased arrays, conformal)
  • Civil/Scientific Applications (e.g. automotive, weather, planetary mapping, navigation)
  • Waveform Diversity (e.g. MIMO, pulse agility, bistatic/multistatic, noise radar)
  • Emerging Technologies (e.g. Terahertz sensing, meta-materials)

Prior to submitting a proposal, AESS members interested in hosting RadarConf23 should send a notice of intent via email to Prof. Nathan Goodman. As part of a formal proposal, interested parties will be asked to demonstrate sufficient anticipated support from radar industry, facilities amenable for hosting the conference, and a financial plan according to IEEE requirements. To enable discussion at the RSP meeting to be held at the 2020 International Radar Conference in Washington D.C. (in late April), a formal notice of intent is requested prior to 1 January 2020 and a written proposal by 15 March 2020. Proposers will subsequently be asked to present their proposal at the RSP meeting.

Prof. Nathan A. Goodman
Chair, RSP Conferences Committee
[email protected]


Field of Interest

“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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