Prof. Hermann Rohling
Prof. Hermann Rohling is with the Technical University Hamburg-Harburg, Germany where he has developed an international reputation for radar signal processing, CFAR detection theory and FMCW waveform design especially in the application field of automotive radars. Previously Prof. Rohling was with the AEG Research Institute, Ulm as a researcher working in the area of digital signal processing for radar and communications applications. His research interests have included Wideband Mobile Communications especially based on Multicarrier Transmission Techniques (OFDM) for future broadband systems (4G), signal theory, digital radar signal processing, detection, estimation and differential GPS for high precision navigation. Prof. Rohling is a member of Informationstechnische Gesellschaft (ITG), German Institute of Navigation (DGON) and a senior member of IEEE. He is a chairman of the International Radar Symposium (IRS 20xx) in Germany.
Prof. Gaspare Galati
Prof. Gaspare Galati received a Dr. Ing. Degree (Laurea) in Nuclear Engineering in 1970 and subsequently worked until 1986 for the company Selenia, where he was involved in radar systems analysis and design. From 1984 to 1986 he headed Selenia’s System Analysis Group, a group of 12 graduate engineers supporting the whole company for R&D activities in the field of radar systems, telecommunications, and computer applications. He conceived and analyzed the former Adaptive Moving Target Indicator (MTI) filter (patented), used in Selenia/Alenia surveillance radars, and was involved in the design of their former MTD (Moving Target Detector) processor. In March 1986 he became Associate Professor of Radar at Tor Vergata University, Rome. Since November 1994, he has been Full Professor of Radar and Navigation Systems at the Tor Vergata University of Rome, where he also teaches Probability, Statistics, and Random Processes. His main interests are in radar theory and techniques, detection and estimation, navigation, and air traffic management. He is the author or co-author of more than 250 papers, 20 patents, 4 research books and 4 teaching books on these topics. He is a senior member of the IEEE and of the Associazione Italiana per l’ ICT, AICT. Within the AICT he chairs the Remote Sensing and Guidance Group. He is chairman of the Aerospace and Electronic Systems Chapter of the IEEE – Italy, and a member of the Executive Committee of the IEEE Italy Section