ASAP 2002 Workshop Agenda


Adaptive Sensor Array Processing Workshop 2002
Agenda
12 - 14 March 2002


 


Tuesday, 12 March - Open Unclassified Session

Wednesday, 13 March - Open Unclassified Session

Thursday, 14 March - Closed Classified Session


Tuesday, 12 March - Open Unclassified Session

Check-In & Continental Breakfast

AUDITORIUM

Welcome and Opening Remarks
J. Ward / MIT Lincoln Laboratory

Keynote Address
ASAP: Where to From Here
A. Steinhardt / DARPA IXO

Session I:  Adaptive Beamforming
S. Kogon / MIT Lincoln Laboratory

Achieving Low Range Sidelobes and Deep Nulls in Wideband ABF Systems
D. Rabideau / MIT Lincoln Laboratory
P. Parker / MIT Lincoln Laboratory

Break

Capon Redux: New Formulas, Geometries, and Computational Efficiencies
L. Scharf / Colorado State University
T. McWhorter / Mission Research Corporation
S. Kraut / Duke University

The Performance of the Parametric Vector AR Adaptive Beamformer
P. Parker / MIT Lincoln Laboratory
M. Zatman / MIT Lincoln Laboratory

Lunch

Beam-Based Adaptive Processing for a Volumetric Array
H. Cox / ORINCON Corporation
K. Heaney / ORINCON Corporation

Robust MVDR Beamforming Using Worst-Case Performance Optimization
S. Vorobyov / McMaster University
A. Gershman / McMaster University
Z. Luo / McMaster University

Session II:  Adaptive Detection and Estimation
L. Swindlehurst / Brigham Young University

Statistical Signal Processing Algorithms for Time-Varying Sensor Arrays
D. Rieken / Washington University
D. Fuhrmann / Washington University

Super-Resolution Source Localization Through Data-Adaptive Regularization
D. Malioutov / MIT
M. Cetin / MIT
J. Fisher III / MIT
A. Willsky / MIT

Break

Threshold Region Performance of Maximum Likelihood DOA Estimation for a Single Source
F. Athley / Chalmers University of Technology

Fast Subspace Updating Using the Multi-Stage Eigenspace Estimation Filter
Y. Lee / SAIC

Closing Remarks

Reception

Banquet

Wednesday, 13 March - Open Unclassifed Session

Check-In & Continental Breakfast

AUDITORIUM

Opening Remarks
J. Ward / MIT Lincoln Laboratory

Session III:  RADAR and SAR
W. Ballance / Raytheon

Space-Time Adaptive Processing with a Distorted Linear Array in Inhomogeneous Clutter Environments
J. Krolik / Duke University
V. Varadarajan / Duke University

Extraction of Multiple-Bounce Ghosting Artifacts in Array Imaging
D. Garren / SAIC

Break

Improved Target Classification at Low SNR with Beamspace HDI
D. Nguyen / MIT Lincoln Laboratory
G. Benitz / MIT Lincoln Laboratory
J. Kay / MIT Lincoln Laboratory
B. Orchard / MIT Lincoln Laboratory
R. Whiting / MIT Lincoln Laboratory

Detection Algorithms for Hyperspectral Imaging Data Exploitation
D. Manolakis / MIT Lincoln Laboratory
T. Latlippe / MIT Lincoln Laboratory
D. Marden / MIT Lincoln Laboratory

Optimized Multichannel Waveforms with Application to Polarimetrics
U. Pillai / Polytechnic University
J. Guerci / DARPA SPO

Lunch

Session IV:  Communications and Geolocation
P. Kolodzy / DARPA

A General Framework for Space-Time Coding in MIMO Wireless Communications Systems
L.Swindlehurst / Brigham Young University

Cost Optimized Antenna Arrays in CDMA Cellular Networks
B. McGuffin / Nanyang Technological University

A Novel Blind Adaptive Broadband Beamforming for Multi-Channel Multi-Rate CDMA
E. Falletti / Politecnico di Torino
M. Micciche / Politecnico di Torino
F. Sellone / Politecnico di Torino

Synthetic Aperture Geolocation of Cellular Phones in the Presence of Multiple Access Interference
D. Bliss / MIT Lincoln Laboratory
N. Chang / Princeton University
A. Chan / University of Michigan

RF Tags:  Using Radar as a Communications Channel
P. Bidigare / Veridian Systems
M. Nayeri / Veridian Systems

Superresolution TDOA Estimation Techniques for Precise Geolocation
G. Hatke / MIT Lincoln Laboratory
P. Hirschler-Marchand / MIT Lincoln Laboratory

Closing Remarks - Open Session

Thursday, 14 March - Closed Classified Session

Check-In & Continental Breakfast

AUDITORIUM

Opening Remarks
J. Ward / MIT Lincoln Laboratory

Invited Speaker

Session V: Radar
S. Krich / MIT Lincoln Laboratory

Adaptive Processing in a SBR Bistatic Adjunct for Surveillance and Engagement
M. Davis / AFRL
B. Himed / AFRL / SNRT
M. Hartnett / Emergent IT Inc.

Bistatic Clutter Suppression and Target Detection Analysis for GMTI
C. Pearson / MIT Lincoln Laboratory
S. Pohlig / MIT Lincoln Laboratory

Break

Bistatic Radar Clutter Suppression Error Sensitivity
J. Griesbach / MIT Lincoln Laboratory

A Look at Bistatic STAP from the Viewpoint of SAR Image Formation
G. Benitz / MIT Lincoln Laboratory

FOPEN GMTI Using Multi-Channel Adaptive SAR
A. Yegulalp / MIT Lincoln Laboratory

The Performance of Parametric Vector AR STAP with Experimental Data
P. Parker / MIT Lincoln Laboratory
M. Zatman / MIT Lincoln Laboratory

Lunch

Session VI: Sonar
A. Baggeroer / MIT

Rapid Adaptive Interference Cancellation for Passive Sonar
N. Lee / MIT Lincoln Laboratory
B. Tracey / MIT Lincoln Laboratory
L. Zurk / MIT Lincoln Laboratory

Adaptive Reverberation Mitigation for the MK-48 Torpedo
N. Pulsone / MIT Lincoln Laboratory

Adaptive Beamformers for the SURTASS Twinline Towed Array
W. Allensworth / Applied Hydro-Acoustics Research
R. Zeskind / Applied Hydro-Acoustics Research
R. Warren / Digital System Resources, Inc.
J. Strauss / Digital System Resources, Inc.

Break

Application of Covariance Matrix Filtering for Adaptive Beamforming with Moving Interference
B. Newhall / Johns Hopkins University

A Case Study in Passive Sonar Algorithm Design:  The Development of the TB-16 Adaptive Beamformer
S. Kogon / MIT Lincoln Laboratory
V. Premus / MIT Lincoln Laboratory
T. Phipps / Applied Research Laboratories, University of Texas
R. Gramann / Applied Research Laboratories, University of Texas

Closing Remarks

Adjourn

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