AT-AP-RASC 2022 Programme

Draft Technical Programme is expected to become available March 2022.

Get a glimpse and impression of the AT-RASC 2018 event through the on-line version of the AT-RASC 2018 proceedings 



Expected to be announced 01 November 2021




Monday, May 28, 2018


Authors: Michele Tamagnone

Harvard University, Massachusetts, USA


Juan R. Mosig (presenter)

Ecole Polytechnique Fédéral de Lausanne, Lausanne, Switzerland




Tuesday, May 29, 2018


Author: Frank Barnes,

University of Colorado Boulder, USA






Wednesday, May 30, 2018


Author: Prof. Richard W. Ziolkowski

University of Technology, Sydney and University of Arizona, USA.







Thursday, May 31, 2018


Author: Richard B. Horne

British Antarctic Survey, Cambridge, UK







Friday, June 1, 2018


Author: Prof. Nuno Borges Carvalho

Universidade de Aveiro, Aveiro, Portugal









Expected to be announced 1 November 2021



The ECR-turorials are 4 lectures which will be scheduled in a late afternoon-slot and which aim at providing young researchers with an introduction in 1 of the research areas in which URSI is involcved. The presenters will be the ECR (Early Career Representatives) in the respective Commissions



AT-AP-RASC 2022 WORKSHOPS & Co-located conferences

Expected to be announced 1 November 2021


AT-RASC 2018 WORKSHOPS & Co-located conferences

  • "ISSSE - International Symposium on Signals, Systems and Electronics" (28 - 30 May 2018)
    The ISSSE (International Symposium on Signals, Systems and Electronics) has been held every three years and has been organized under the sponsorship of URSI Commission C (Radiocommunication Systems and Signal Processing) and D (Electronics and Photonics) and has included aspects of URSI Commission B (Fields and Waves). In 2018 ISSSE will be held as part of the AT-RASC Conference in Gran Canaria from Monday 28 May until Wednesday 30 May 2018. 
    Topics relevant to the conference are in the general areas of radio communications and signal processing including cognitive radio, localisation, radar green communications, Terahertz communications, devices and techniques for RF, remote sensing and MIMO systems amongst others.
  • “Women in Radio Science” (Open to all)
    Organizer: Asta Pellinen-Wannberg
    Tuesday May 29, 18h00 - 19h00, followed by a drink
  • “Polarimetry of advanced antenna systems in radio astronomy” (Open to all)
    Organizers: S.J. Wijnholds, E. de Lera-Acedo, B. Billade
    Tuesday May 29, 08h40 - 15h30
  • “Inter-commission space weather”
    Organizers: I. Stanislawska, P. Doherty, A. Coster (G); R. Bradley (J); W. Radasky (E); L. Baldini (F); J. Lichtenberger (H)
  • “Advanced weather radar technologies for civil aviation and greener operations” (Open to all)
    Organizers: Cuccoli, Baldini
    Thursday May 31, 13h30 - 15h30



Expected to be announced 1 November 2021



  • "Commission B all-day school for Young Scientists"
    Sunday, May 27, 2018
    Time: 9:00-13:00 (Part 1), 13:00-14:00 (Lunch), 14:00-18:00 (Part 2)
    Course title: Multiscale Computational Electromagnetics in Time Domain
    Instructor: Professor Qing Huo Liu, Duke University
    Venue: ExpoMeloneras Convention Centre, Gran Canaria, Spain (AT-RASC 2018 venue)

    The objective of this short course is to introduce the multiscale time-domain computational electromagnetics to address realistic electromagnetic sensing and system-level design problems. Such problems are often multiscale and contain three electrical scales, i.e., the fine scale (geometrical feature size much smaller than a wavelength), the coarse scale (geometrical feature size greater than a wavelength), and the intermediate scale between the two extremes.  Most existing commercial solvers are based on single methodologies (such as finite element method or finite-difference time-domain method), and are unable to solve large multiscale problems. In this short course, we will present the discontinuous Galerkin time-domain (DGTD) framework to combine the spectral element, finite difference, and finite element time domain methods, using both explicit and implicit time integration techniques. Numerical results show significant advantages of the multiscale method.  Time permitting, we will also overview some recent techniques in solving multiscale problems in the frequency domain.


  • “Plasmonic antennas for advanced terahertz imaging and sensing”

    Sunday, May 27, 2018
    Time: 9:00-10:30
    Instructor: Prof. Mona Jarrahi, University of Calfornia, Los Angeles
    Venue: ExpoMeloneras Convention Centre (AT-RASC 2018 venue)
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  • “Energy harvesting and wireless power transfer for RFID and wireless sensors: from circuit optimization and signal design to ambient RF backscattering”

    Sunday, May 27, 2018
    Time: 11:00-12:30
    Instructor: Prof. Apostolos Georgiadis, Heriot-Watt University, UK
    Venue: ExpoMeloneras Convention Centre (AT-RASC 2018 venue)
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  • “Optical real-time measurement techniques”

    Sunday, May 27, 2018
    Time: 14:00-18:00
    Instructor: Prof. H. Asghari
    Venue: ExpoMeloneras Convention Centre (AT-RASC 2018 venue)
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