Luke Rosenberg received a Bachelor's degree in electrical and electronic engineering, a Master's degree in signal and information processing, and a Ph.D. from the University of Adelaide, Australia. In 2016, he completed the Graduate Program in Scientiﬁc Leadership at the University of Melbourne. He is currently an adjunct Associate Professor with the University of Adelaide and a Senior Research Engineer at STELaRLab, Lockheed Martin Australia. Prior to this, he worked at the Defence Science and Technology Group Australia as a research specialist in maritime radar, and in 2014, he spent 12 months with the U.S. Naval Research Laboratory (NRL) working on algorithms for focusing moving scatterers in synthetic aperture radar imagery. His work covers the areas of radar image formation, classification, adaptive ﬁltering, detection theory, and radar and clutter modelling. Dr. Rosenberg has received a number of best paper awards, the prestigious Defence Science and Technology Achievement Award for Science and Engineering Excellence in 2016 and the IEEE AESS Fred Nathanson award in 2018 for ‘Fundamental Experimental and Theoretical Work in Characterizing Radar Sea Clutter’. He is a member of the AESS board of governors and radar systems panel, a distinguished lecturer for the AESS, senior editor for the Transactions of Aerospace and Electronic Systems, and past chair of the IEEE South Australian Section. He has over 170 publications including a recent book: Radar Sea Clutter: Modelling and Detection.