2004 IEEE Radar Conference

Innovative Radar Technologies - Expanding System Capabilities

 April 26-29, 2004 Wyndham Philadelphia at Franklin Plaza Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
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Call for Student Papers

As in past years, the 2004 IEEE Radar Conference is soliciting papers from full time students interested in attending the conference. A limited amount of funding is available to support travel and conference fees for students whose papers are accepted. Because the source of this funding is the U.S. Government, only U.S. citizens are eligible for these grants. The 2004 IEEE Radar Conference will provide airfare, meals and lodging support of up to $1000 per student, based on available funding. In addition, students selected will receive a complimentary conference registration including a copy of the proceedings on CD-ROM. Student papers will be presented in a special poster session and will be published in the Conference Proceedings. Students are also encouraged to seek funding from their local college or university. A prize for the best student paper will be presented to the first author of that paper.

To qualify for this support, interested students must submit a suitable radar paper addressing one of the topics listed in the Call for Papers on the conference web site (www.radar04.org/papers/). In addition, students who wish to apply for travel support must submit a letter from their department head stating that they are a full-time graduate or undergraduate student. Students must state in a cover letter accompanying their paper that they wish to apply for a grant for travel support and that they are U.S. citizens. Proof of citizenship may be required. Faculty members may be coauthors of student papers, but substantially all of the work must be done by the student, and the student must be the first author.

Reimbursement will be provided at the conference by the conference treasurer upon presentation of receipts for valid expenses.

Prospective student authors are asked to submit their papers, using the same guidelines listed in the conference Call For Papers by October 30, 2003. Authors of selected papers will be notified by December 30, 2003. These papers will be evaluated by the conference organizing committee.

Although travel support cannot be provided them under this program, foreign student authors are encouraged to submit papers under the guidelines given above. Foreign student authors are eligible to compete for the best student paper prize. Additionally, the web site (www.radar04.org) should be consulted for possible further programs directed toward encouraging student participation.

  2004 IEEE Radar Conference
Innovative Radar Technologies - Expanding System Capabilities

J. K. Smith, General Chair
Johns Hopkins University/APL

Sheldon L. Katz, Student Papers Chair
Lockheed Martin NE&SS-SS

Call for Student Papers (pdf - 20 kB)

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