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Prochaines manifestations

The French SEE Society (Société de l'Electricité, de l'Electronique et des technologies de l'information et de la communication) organises RADAR 2019 in Toulon.


Domaines couverts :
  • Electromagnétisme
  • Acoustique
  • Propagation.



Sylvain Azarian


Myriam Nouvel


St Kemkemian


Format : 2019-03-24
Format : 2019-03-24


Ces conférences couvrent les problématiques de reconstruction, de localisation, d'indexation et de reconnaissance d'objets en étant quelques exemples. Cette colocalisation, organisée pour la première fois, sera l'occasion d'échanges fructueux entre elles.


Preliminary Call for Papers. The URSI-France 2017 Workshop, being held under the sponsorship of the French Academy of Sciences, will be dedicated to “Radioscience for Humanity”. The workshop will be held at Campus SophiaTech located


The first Radar has been patented almost 110 years ago. Meanwhile the applications became numerous and the system concepts have been adopted to the available technologies for the special application requirements. Typical examples are the pulse Radar, Synthetic Aperture Radar, Phased Array or automotive Radar, to name only four.


Deux rappels concernant la Conférence Française de Photogrammétrie et de Télédétection (CFPT'2018) sur le campus cité Descartes (25 au 28 juin 2018)
  • l'appel à papiers courts (soumission sur 2-3 pages) est ouvert jusqu'au 26 mars 2018. Cet appel vise à encourager les soumissions de travaux de qualité, en cours ou à discuter, en particulier (mais pas seulement) de la part de partenaires industriels. Le format de soumission est disponible sur le site de la conférence: https://sfpt2018.ign.fr/instructions_auteurs
  • Les propositions d’ateliers et de tutoriaux pour la CFPT'2018 sont à soumettre pour le mardi 20 mars 2018. Tous les détails ici: https://sfpt2018.ign.fr/appel-tutoriaux.

The French SEE sociéty (Société de l'Electricité, de l'Electronique et des Technologies de l'Information et de la Communication) organises RADAR 2014 in Lille from October 13 to 17. 

Abstract submission deadline postponed to February 9th

April 15th, 2014 : Notification of acceptance
June 1st, 2014 : Deadline for final paper submission

The conference will be organized in the frame of the international relations set up between the Institution of Engineering and Technology (IET), the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE), the Chinese of Electronics (CIE ), the Institution of Engineers Australia (IEAust ) and the SEE.

Conference Board

Honorary Chair : François Le Chevalier (Thales)
General Chair : Marc Lesturgie (Onera)
Technical Chair : Laurent Savy (Onera)
Technical co-Chair : Nathalie Rolland (IEMN)
Technical co-Chair : Jean-Paul Guyvarch (Thales)

Organizing Committee Chair : Myriam Nouvel (Thales)
Local Arrangements : Jean-Bernard Choquel (ULCO)
Tutorials : Stéphane Kemkemian (Thales)
Exhibitions : Sylvain Azarian (Sondra)
Award : Laurent Ferro-Famil (University of Rennes)
SEE coordination : Valerie Alidor (SEE)

The conference will focus on new research and developments in the field of radar techniques for both military and civil applications. Topics to be covered at RADAR 2014 include (but are not restricted to) :

  • Radar Environment and Phenomenology , Electromagnetic Modeling,
  • Radar Systems,
  • Remote Sensing from Airborne or Space-borne Systems, SAR & ISAR Imagery,
  • Waveform Design, Beamforming and Signal Processing,
  • Emerging Radar Applications,
  • Smart Visualization and Information Processing (Augmented Reality, "big data"),
  • Radar System Technologies,
  • Radar Component Technologies,
  • System Modeling, Simulation and Validation,
  • Radar Management Techniques,
  • Automatic Classification.

Abstract submision
When preparing your submission you MUST use one of the approved template available on www.radar2014.org . Authors' instructions are listed here




2014 International Radar Conference 13 - 17 October 2014, Lille - France

Dear colleague,

On behalf of both organizing and program committees, it is a great pleasure to send you a reminder for registration to RADAR 2014.
The 2014 International Conference on Radar “Catching the invisible” will take place in Lille, France. We have selected a venue that guarantees a successful technical conference amid the culture and scenery of this unique region of France. Lille is located at crossroads of UK, Germany, Belgium, France and is easy reachable from outside of Europe.

The conference is organized as part of the international relationship set up between the Institution of Engineering and Technology - IET, the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers - IEEE, the Chinese Institute of Electronics - CIE, the Institution of Engineers Australia - IEAust and the SEE.

More than 255 published papers from 33 countries testify the world wide interest of the Radar community. Our technical program is rich (available on www.radar2014.org ), including a keynote session, 7 special sessions on selected topics, 27 oral and 3 poster sessions. The program also includes a young author’s paper competition. Besides this 3-days comprehensive program, a tutorial program is also proposed.

We encourage you to visit the conference website for any further information and registration for this great event !  www.radar2014.org
We look forward to welcoming you in Lille in October!

With our best regards,

RADAR 2014 Registration office
SEE 17 rue de l'amiral Hamelin
75783 Paris cedex 16

Please disregard this message if already registered to RADAR 2014 and excuse multiple reception.