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Présentations des professeurs M. LESTURGIE et M. MATTHAIOU
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- 9h00 : Presentation MIMO in Radar: which applications ?

par Marc LESTURGIE (ONERA - The French Aerospace Lab / CentraleSupelec Professor and head of SONDRA laboratory)

- 10h30 : Présentation Some baby steps into new massive MIMO pastures par Michail MATTHAIOU (Senior Lecturer at Queen’s University Belfast, ECIT)

 

lundi 23 janvier à l'université Paris-Est Marne-la-Vallée,

en salle de séminaire 4B08R du bâtiment Copernic – 4ème étage


Présentations des professeurs M. LESTURGIE et M. MATTHAIOU

 

lundi 23 janvier à l'université Paris-Est Marne-la-Vallée,

en salle de séminaire 4B08R  du bâtiment Copernic – 4ème étage

 

9h00 : Presentation MIMO in Radar: which applications ?


par Marc LESTURGIE (ONERA - The French Aerospace Lab / CentraleSupelec Professor and head of SONDRA laboratory)

 
Abstract: MIMO (multiple-input multiple-output) radar refers to the use of multiple transmitters and receivers, for sensing the environment and the targets present in this environment. Basically MIMO radar uses multiple antennas that transmit correlated or uncorrelated waveforms. For the last ten years MIMO has led to extensive research and publications, both in communications and Radar domains. Why such interest for MIMO in radar? Beside the prolific amount of publications, how to assess the interest of MIMO to overcome the current limitations of conventional radar? The lecture attempts to answer these questions, as well as to provide the tools to understand the link between theoretical considerations and radar system design. After a summary of the state of art – we may notice that MIMO was invented more than 25 years ago – the presentation will provide the fundamentals of MIMO radar, how to define a MIMO radar configuration, introduce the signal model, waveform design, signal processing, detection and localization. A particular emphasis will be put on the coherent MIMO in conjunction with the unique properties of the MIMO steering vector. Not only signal processing and waveform design, but also antenna aspects including coupling (with some physical model of the radiating element) will be considered.
A large part of the lecture will be focused on applications, including MIMO-STAP for GMTI, low frequency radar for coastal maritime surveillance.



Biography:
  Marc Lesturgie (IEEE, SM) obtained the Engineering degree in 1985 from ENSAE in France (Ecole Nationale Supérieure de l'Aéronautique et de l'Espace), and a Master degree in Electronic & Microwave from University of Toulouse in 1986. In 2005 he obtained a Research Directorship Habilitation thesis from the University of Paris VI. He joined the French Aerospace Lab (ONERA) in 1987 and worked in a wide range of low frequency and new radar concepts, covering bistatic, multistatic and distributed radars. From 1996 to 2000 he is the head of the "New radar concepts" team in ONERA. In 2006, Marc Lesturgie is appointed as Director of SONDRA (Supelec-ONERA-NUS-DSTA Research Alliance) - a joint laboratory between France and Singapore.  In 2007 he is the head of the Electromagnetics department in Supelec. In 2008, still Director of the SONDRA laboratory, Marc Lesturgie is also Deputy Director at the Electromagnetics and Radar Department of ONERA. Since 2005, he has been also an Adjunct Principle Research Scientist with the Temasek Laboratories, at the Nanyang Technological University in Singapore. Chairman of the SEE/Committee 23 (radio-location and navigation) between 2000 and 2006, he has organized several International conferences, acted as the Technical Chairman of the International Conference on Radar Systems in 2004 (Toulouse) and 2009(Bordeaux), and is the General Chair of the upcoming Radar 2014 International Conference in Lille. Marc Lesturgie is senior member of the IEEE, Fellow and Emeritus member of SEE and lectures regularly on radar topics in French and overseas Universities.
See also www.supelec.fr/426_p_16392/lesturgie-marc.html

 

 

 
 
10h30 : Présentation Some baby steps into new massive MIMO pastures

par Michail MATTHAIOU (Senior Lecturer at Queen’s University Belfast, ECIT)


Abstract:
  Massive MIMO has been identified as a core technology for the 5G era due to its potential to deliver unprecedented data rates and energy savings.
In this talk, we will overview some recent results in the general area of massive MIMO including multi-way massive MIMO and low-cost massive MIMO for energy-efficient operation.
 
Biography: Michalis Matthaiou is currently a Senior Lecturer at Queen’s University Belfast, U.K. after holding an Assistant Professor position at Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden. He obtained his Ph.D from the University of Edinburgh in 2008. He has held research appointments at Munich University of Technology (TUM), Germany,  and University of Wisconsin-Madison, U.S.A. He is the recipient of the 2011 IEEE ComSoc Young Researcher Award for the Europe, Middle East and Africa Region and of the 2014 Best Paper Award at IEEE ICC 2014. He was an Exemplary Reviewer for IEEE Communications Letters (2010), and recipient of the best M.Sc. thesis on Communications at the University of Bristol (2005). He was the Chair of the Wireless Communications Symposium for IEEE GLOBECOM 2016. He currently serves as an Associate Editor for the IEEE Transactions on Communications, Senior Editor for IEEE Communications Letters and was the Lead Guest Editor of the special issue on "Large-scale multiple antenna wireless systems'' of the IEEE Journal on Selected Areas in Communications. He has published, to date, some 130 IEEE papers on signal processing for wireless communications, massive MIMO systems, hardware-constrained communications, and performance analysis of fading channels including some 50 IEEE journal papers.
See also
pure.qub.ac.uk/portal/en/persons/michalis-matthaiou(c15301b7-d40e-4378-8e51-0dd950de6335).html








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