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EMSIG Symposium 2022

This will be the first in person symposium for the EMSIG in a number of years. It will be at Mary Ward House, London (https://www.marywardhouse.com/new-index). This will be a IN-PERSON event only and will run from 9am-5pm on and including coffee breaks & lunch at the venue.

Here is the link for the EMSIG in person 2022 Symposium

https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/emsig-2022-symposium-fri-16th-sept-tickets-391550577317

YOU CAN ONLY ATTEND IF YOU HAVE REGISTERED ON EVENTBRITE. We have limited capacity at the venue so PLEASE let us know if you can no longer attend to ensure we can manage these spaces.

The structure of the event will be a combination of EMSIG updates, technical talks, poster sessions & networking opportunities. I hope to see a strong turn out from the EMSIG members as this will be the first in-person event in some time. A separate link will be shared for PhDs that are attending to submit their poster title and confirm they are bring one. I believe we have space for up to 25 posters and I will check with the venue. Therefore we need to ensure we don’t end up with too many, or arrange for two parts to the poster session to allow for posters to rotate.

The agenda currently looks like the following:

  • 9am Coffee / registration

  • Presentations 10am-11am - Single speaker, microphone required

    • Welcome address / EMSIG constitution mentioned

    • EMSIG focus groups reminder of who they are / what they do / advertise for further membership

  • Poster session - 11am - 12:30pm Poster stands for research posters to be presented

  • Lunch 12:30pm-1:30pm

  • Presentations 1:30pm - 3pm.

    • Talk 1 - TBC

    • Nial Peters / Colin Horne –“Multi-Function RF Sensing – ARESTOR” - UCL

    • Alexander Giles – “Dual-Use UWB Sense Through The Wall Technology” – Iceni labs Limited

    • Talk 4 - TBC

  • Coffee break 3pm - 3:30pm

  • Presentations 3:30pm - 4:30pm

    • PhD Poster Prize Award

    • Marina Gashinova - Multi-Dimensional ISAR Imagery From Space To Space – Mars – University of Birmingham.

    • Military Advisor Talk – Maj Joseph Brazier / Maj Gavin Smyth

    • Simon George – Space Situational Awareness Sensing - Dstl

  • Wrap up at 5pm

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