Specialization profile--Radar systems and remote sensing

Signal Processing for Remote Sensing and Radar Systems focuses on microwave system design, analogue and digital processing of microwave signals, signal processing for typical remote sensing applications (antenna array pattern synthesis; space-time adaptive signal processing in ultra-wideband arrays; detection and feature extraction; tracking and navigation; classification, and imaging) that are performed at either a single node or at a distributed sensing.

Suggested courses

EE4530Applied convex optimization5 EC details
EE4565Propagation and Scattering of Electromagnetic Waves5 EC details
EE4675Object Classification with Radar4 EC details
EE4715Array processing5 EC details
ET4147Signal processing for communications (not running)4 EC details
ET4169Radar I: From Basic Principles to Applications5 EC details
ET4173Introduction to UWB Technology4 EC details
ET4175Radar II: Theory and System Design4 EC details
ET4358Fundamentals of wireless communications5 EC details
ET4386Estimation and detection5 EC details

MSc project proposals

Some examples of thesis topics (this list is not exhaustive):
MS3[New! TUD-NXP] Fusion of mono-static and bi-static radar responses (01.12.2022)
[New! TUD-NXP] Codesign of 2D Antenna Array and DOA Estimation (01.12.2022)
[New!] Cognitive Radar: Semidefinite Programming Waveform Generation using Neural Networks (25.11.2022)
SPSDigital processing for large pixel array 3D-TOF systems
Distributed correlators for interferometry
Matched subspace methods for outage detection in smart grids
Internships Fleet Cleaner
Joint Communication and Radar Sensing
Will High-Mobility Modulations Open Up the Ocean?

Thesis examples

MS3 2019 Lisa AudenaertAn automotive MIMO radar calibration using targets of opportunity in different weather conditions
Prithvi Laguduvan ThyagarajanSTEREOID Data Processor
SPS 2020 Siyan WanMulti-target Detection and Tracking with 8 GHz FMCW Radar System

Contact person

For more information about the research group, possible thesis topics, and suggestions for your ISP:

prof.dr. Alexander Yarovoy

Microwave Sensing, Signals and Systems Group

Department of Microelectronics