ASAR/RCM Users' Forum - Call for papers
–, Canadian Space Agency Headquarters, Longueuil, Canada
The Advanced Synthetic Aperture Radar (ASAR) workshop is organized every two years by the Canadian Space Agency (CSA) to review progress on synthetic aperture radar (SAR) technology and applications. ASAR provides a forum for exchanging information on a variety of topics related to SAR, bringing together representatives from academia, industry, and government, from Canada and abroad.
The RADARSAT Constellation Mission (RCM) Users' Forum brings together data users from multiple domains to discuss and exchange ideas on their experience with RCM products including their quality and accessibility, as well as on how these products support the services to Canadians delivered by government departments. It is also an opportunity for users to share their accomplishments in their use of RCM products.
The edition will bring together both communities to spur innovative ideas and stimulate exchange and collaboration. The event will be held at Canadian Space Agency Headquarters in Longueuil (borough of Saint-Hubert). This will be a hybrid event due to the limited number of on-site participants. Students are strongly encouraged to participate. There is no registration fee.
Please communicate with the organizing committee at firstname.lastname@example.org if you are interested in organizing a special session on a specific subject.
Workshop participants who wish to give a presentation must submit an abstract, which will be reviewed by the Scientific Committee and used to prepare the Workshop & Forum Program. The abstract should be written in English or French and be submitted directly on the event website by .
Please, send an email to email@example.com for any questions concerning the abstract submission process.
- Status of current and future SAR missions
- SAR for planetary observation
- Cooperation and coordination between SAR missions
SAR Technology and Calibration
- Calibration and validation
- Technology demonstration
- Components and subsystems
- On-board processing
- T/R modules
- Photonic technologies
- Quantum technologies
- Advanced SAR modes and techniques
SAR Data and Processing
- Multi-frequency & SAR data fusion
- Classification, segmentation & feature extraction
- Machine learning & artificial intelligence
- Quantum computing
- Analysis Ready Data (ARD)
- Software demonstration
- Wetland & ecosystem monitoring
- Security, disaster & surveillance
- Maritime & oceans
- Snow & ice monitoring
- Climate change
Any other topic relevant to the broader SAR community will be considered by the organizing committee. Awards are planned for the best student presentation & poster.
Deadline for abstract submission:
Notification of paper acceptance:
Deadline for registration:
Please visit the event website to get up to-date information on the workshop/forum.
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