Biograph: Mingchun Hu received his M.S degree from Nanjing Electronics Engineering Research Center in 1989, and since then he has been working in Nanjing Research Institute of Electronics Technology (NRIET) for about 30 years. Now, he is a professor of engineering, working as the Chairman of NRIET.
He has been focusing on radar system engineering and radar antenna theory, achieving significant academic achievements: two monographs “Novel Radar Microwave Techniques” and “T/R Module Technique of Phased Array Radar”, dozens of papers related to AESA systems, patch antennas, beam forming techniques and novel antenna materials.
Due to his significant contributions, professor Hu has been awarded as State Council Expert for Special Allowance, 10 Leading Figures in Industrialization & Informatization Integration, Specialist of “333 High Level Talents Project” in Jiangsu Province and so on. He has also been awarded First Prize & Second Prize of National Science & Technology Progress, and more than 20 provincial and ministerial prizes for S&T progress.
Title:Next Generation Radar Perspective
Abstract: The presentation summarizes development requirements, typical technical patterns and key technologies for Next Generation of Radars (NGR).
It summarizes radar evolution history, pointing out development law is objective and predictive, and In the new era of “Digitization, Networking and Intelligence”, next generation radars will play an important role in space science, remote sensing, intelligent traffic, intelligent weather, intelligent city, room monitoring, deformation measurement, target characteristics research and other domains.
Application demands, classical idea or projects of typical NGR patterns are introduced, such as Conformal Radar, Digital Wideband Radar, Software Radar, Cognitive & Intelligent Radar etc.
Technical definitions, technical advantages, realization means and application of key NGR-enabling techniques are also depicted, including AI, Microwave Photonics, Microsystem, Terahertz and Quantum technologies etc.