The Arctic is a vast and challenging environment, of particular interest to people working in the field of radar. Radar systems, developed to operate in a multi-sensor environment for deployment on space, air, ship and ground platforms will provide methods to remotely sense the environment and to monitor human activity. Arctic nations are looking to radar engineers for these solutions. “The Arctic – The New Frontier” theme for RadarCon13 was chosen to foster an environment for both scientific and operational exchange to enable those solutions. Bring your inspiration and your expertise – come to Ottawa! This year’s conference site is Canada’s newest meeting place – the Ottawa Convention Centre (OCC). Opened in April, 2011, this state-of-the-art facility with its magnificent view is surrounded by an incredible number of museums, galleries, theatres, restaurants and shops. The venue is within walking distance of many of the city’s “must-see” sites and landmarks. It’s the perfect blend of location and facility. Ottawa offers visitors a diverse selection of experiences – from cultural events to outdoor pursuits. It is a balance of natural surroundings, urban vibe and big city sophistication. Come early and explore all that Canada’s Capital has to offer.

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Topics of submission

The conference program will consist of keynote lectures, oral and poster presentations, a student paper program, special sessions, social events, exhibits, and tutorials. Papers are solicited in all areas of radar and its applications such as: Environme


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Important dates

  • Conference Dates

    29 Apr.



    03 May.


Contact information

  • Miss Maria Rey
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Sponsored By

  • IEEE Aerospace and Electronic Systems Society - AES Ottawa Section

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