Microwave Remote Sensing of Marine Target Monitoring

Chairs: Assoc. Prof. Congan Xu (Naval Aviation University), Assoc. Prof. Nan Su (Harbin Engineering University), Prof. Qingwang Wang (Kunming University of Technology)


Marine target monitoring plays a crucial role in various aspects, such as maintaining maritime security, ensuring rational resource utilization, promoting scientific research, and safeguarding national maritime interests. By effectively monitoring and managing marine targets, a better understanding and protection of the marine can be achieved, creating favorable conditions for future sustainable development. In recent years, Synthetic Aperture Radar (SAR) in the field of microwave remote sensing has gained significant attention due to its characteristics of all-day and all-weather work. Regardless of weather conditions or complex environments, it can continuously monitor marine targets. The high-resolution images provided by SAR play a key role in accurately detecting and locating marine targets, thus enhancing marine target monitoring capabilities. Therefore, we are going to suggest this session provide a platform that allows conference participants to immerse themselves in a celebration of the latest advancements in remote sensing of marine target monitoring technologies. This session focuses on various aspects of microwave remote sensing of marine target monitoring techniques, including  radar imaging and signal processing, SAR imaging mechanisms, target detection and tracking,target characteristic analysis and multimodal information fusion.


Important dates

Paper Submission Deadline:
30 September, 2023
Paper Acceptance Notification:
20 October, 2023
Camera-ready Paper Submission:
5 November, 2023
Registration open date:
20 October, 2023
Conference Date:
3-5 December, 2023

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