Prof. Xiaopeng Yang

Biograph: Xiaopeng Yang is a Professor of Beijing Institute of Technology, and the Chair of Radar Research Laboratory council, Deputy Director of Innovative Discipline Center of Radar Technology of BIT. He received the B.E. and M.E. degrees from Xidian University, in 1999 and 2002, respectively, and the Ph.D. degree from Tohoku University, Japan, in 2007. From 2007 to 2008, he was a Post-Doctoral Research Fellow with Tohoku University and a Research Associate with Syracuse University, USA from 2008 to 2010. After that, he has been with the school of information and electronics of BIT. His research interest includes the signal processing for radar system, phased array radar and penetrating radar. 

Prof. Yang is BOG of IEEE AESS and member of AESS Radar System Panel (only one representative from Asia). He is BOGs of China Radar Industry Association, the Chinese society of Technical and Vocational education, the Young Scientists Club of CIE. He is the Standing committee member and the Deputy General Secretary of Radar Society of CIE, and committee member of Signal Processing Society of CIE. He is the Guest Editor of IEEE Journal of Selected Topics in Signal Processing, the Editorial Board Members of Journal of Modern Radar, Journal of Signal Processing and Journal of Radar. He received the Outstanding Scientific and Technical Award of CIE, the Excellent Member of Radar Society of CIE, the Best Paper Awards of the International Radar Conference and the National Radar Conference of China, and the Best Journal Papers Award of CIE.

Title: Bird Detection System Based on MIMO Radar

Abstract: MIMO radar system has plenty of advantages in multiple targets detection, high resolution parameters estimation and jammers suppression, which is a good technology for small target detection like birds and UAVs for airport safeguarding. In this talk, the history of bird detection in airport based on radar system is firstly introduced, and the potential superiority of MIMO radar system in the area of bird detection is analyzed. Then, the key technologies of bird detection system based on MIMO radar is investigated, including the orthogonal transmitting waveform design and the joint beampattern synthesis. Finally, a MIMO radar prototype system is designed and developed. Several experiments on both birds and UAVs are conducted to verify the effectiveness and reliability of proposed methods and MIMO radar system.


Important dates

Paper Submission Deadline:
30 April 2019
Extend to 31 May 2019
Paper Acceptance Notification:
15 July 2019
Camera-ready Paper Submission:
15 August 2019
Registration open date:
1 July 2019
Conference Date:
11-13 December, 2019

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