Distinguished Lecturer event by Prof. Simon Deleonibus "More Moore and More than Moore meeting for 3D"
IEEE Electron Devices Society: Distinguished Lecturer event :
by Prof. Simon Deleonibus
Chief Scientist/Directeur Scientifique, CEA, LETI, MINATEC Campus, Grenoble, France
Visiting Professor at Tokyo Institute of Technology, Tokyo, Japan
Visiting Professor at National Chiao Tung University, Hsinchu, Taiwan
December the 18-th, 2015, 12:00-13:50,
room U03-302 in Tallinn University of Technology (TUT), Ehitajate str 5
in co-operation with IEEE Estonian Section and TUT (Thomas Johann Seebeck Department of Electronics, ICT doctoral school)
Information about event and optional registration (latest 18.12, 9:30) is here.
Really exiting news – there are two IEEE Student Branches in Estonia now!
The University of Tartu (UT) Student Branch got approved on 30th of November 2015.
The Counselor of freshly formed student branch is Gholamreza Anbarjafari and
the Student Branch Chair is Morteza Daneshmand.
Congratulations and let the actions begin!
IEEEXtreme 24-Hour Programming Competition took place on 24th of October. There were 7 teams (in each 3 IEEE Student or Graduate Student members) from Estonia participating – 4 teams from Tallinn University of Technology, 2 from University of Tartu and 1 from Estonian IT College.
In tough global competition where more than 2000 teams participated, three of Estonian teams were ranked among the first 100. Table of results:
|X3M||University of Tartu||51|
|50LinesOfCode||Tallinn University of Technology||63|
|Uniteam||Tallinn University of Technology||95|
|NoCodeInSight||Tallinn University of Technology||159|
|JaakTree||University of Tartu||219|
|KKSPlusPlus||Tallinn University of Technology||240|
|VariableMoods||Estonian IT College||647|
IEEE distinguished lecturer Prof. Maria Sabrina Greco "Advanced Techniques of Radar Detection in Non-Gaussian Background"
On Wednesday, 16th September 2015 at 14:00, Tallinn University of Technology, room NRG-226
IEEE distinguished lecturer Prof. Maria Sabrina Greco from University of Pisa
After a brief introduction dedicated to modern statistical and spectral modeling and analysis of high-resolution sea and ground clutter, the lecture will focus on coherent radar detection in non-Gaussian background. Optimum and sub-optimum detectors are derived and their performance analysed against a non-Gaussian background. Different interpretations of the various detectors are provided that highlight the relationships and the differences among them. Moreover, some discussion is dedicated to how to make adaptive the detectors, by incorporating a proper estimate of the disturbance covariance matrix, in order to guarantee the CFAR behaviour of the detector. Results with simulated and real recorded data will be shown.