2013 IEEE International Symposium on Phased Array Systems & Technology
Revolutionary Developments in Phased Array
Welcome to the 2013 IEEE International Symposium on Phased Array Systems & Technology!
Phased Array 2013, the 5thInternational Symposium on Phased Array Systems and Technology, will be held at the Westin Hotel in Waltham Massachusetts on Boston's famous Route 128 Technology Highway. The symposium will include keynote and plenary sessions, parallel technical sessions, poster sessions, tutorials, and a student paper contest. Social events will include a welcome reception cocktail hour with dinner and an awards banquet.
Dr. Gabriel Rebeiz, University of California, San DiegoBruce Wallace, A W-Band Silicon Based Phased Array for Helicopter Operations, DARPADr. A. Farina, P. Holbourn, T. Tony Kinghorn, L. Timmoneri, AESAs, SelexDr. Philippe Eudeline, AESAs, Thales, FranceColin J. Bell, AESAs, BAE, UKProf. Carlo Kopp, China/Russia AESAs, Monash University, AustraliaDr. L. Baggen et al, AESAs, IMST GmbH, GermanyDr. Eli Brookner, Latest Developments, Raytheon
Dr. William Chappell,DARPAPutting the Radio Into Software Defined Radio ~ and the Meaning for ArraysAbstract: While the digital influence increases in modern RF systems, there remain fixed design choices which reside within a system for many years. These fixed choices, often in the RF transceiver hardware of the system, increasingly become the limiting feature in the adaptability of a system. More >>
Dr. Ellen Ferraro, Raytheon CompanyDr. Ellen Ferraro is the Director of Systems Architecture, Design and Integration Directorate (SADID) within Integrated Defense Systems (IDS) Engineering organization. She was appointed to this role in October, 2010. The SADID organization has more than 1200 people across the US who are responsible for all aspects of systems engineering including requirements definition, modeling and simulation efforts, system effectiveness and operational analysis and algorithm development. More >>
Dr. Max TegmarkPhased Arrays and Cosmic MysteriesKnown as “Mad Max” for his unorthodox ideas and passion for adventure, Max Tegmark’s scientific interests range from precision cosmology to the ultimate nature of reality, all explored in his new popular book “Our Mathematical Universe”. He is author or coauthor of more than two hundred technical papers, twelve of which have been cited more than five hundred times. He has featured in dozens of science documentaries, and his work with the SDSS collaboration on galaxy clustering shared the first prize in Science magazine’s “Breakthrough of the Year: 2003.” He holds a Ph.D. from the University of California, Berkeley, and is a physics professor at MIT.