TU Eindhoven, 7 February 2014
WIC Mid-Winter Meeting 2014 “Signals in Space”.
Organized by the Werkgemeenschap voor Informatie- en Communicatietheorie (click here for more information). Co-sponsored by the IEEE Benelux Chapter on Information Theory (click here for more information).
Signals in space: we use them to relay our long distance communication and to help us finding our way, they have become vital means to remotely monitor our earth, and to maybe unveil some mysteries of our universe. At the 2014 WIC Mid-Wintermeeting experts from different scientific domains and industrial leaders will shine their light on recent advances and innovative technologies which are ready to take off, involving ‘signals in space’. We’re looking forward to meeting you at this occasion on February 7th in Eindhoven.
|09:30||Registration and Coffee|
|10:10||Looking into/from the dark: speciality imagers for space use
Piet De Moor, imec
|10:45||Proba-V global vegetation monitoring: from signal to information
Tanja Van Achteren, vito
|11:40||Be big by staying small
Chris Verhoeven, TU Delft
|12:15||Signals from space, from the cosmic dawn to pulsars for navigation
Mark Bentum, Astron
|13:50||Collecting and analysing stellar photons with the Mercator telescope
Gert Raskin, Astronomy KU Leuven
|14:25||Cooperative and Cognitive Architectures for Satellite Networks
Symeon Chatzinotas, University of Luxembourg
|15:15||Global digital broadcasting from space through DVB-S2 extensions
Frederik Simoens, Newtec
|15:50||Enabling centimeter-accurate GNSS positioning in harsh conditions
through advanced signal processing
Bruno Bougard, Septentrio