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Call for Papers: Biologically-Inspired Radar and Sonar Signals

Subject: Call for Papers: Biologically-Inspired Radar and Sonar Signals
From: Dave Mellinger <>
Date: Tue, 10 Aug 2010 10:43:40 -0700
From: "Baldwin,Lee" <>

IET Radar, Sonar & Navigation Special Issue: Biologically-Inspired Radar and 
Sonar Systems

This is a call for papers on biologically-inspired or biomimetic radar and sonar systems for a 
special issue in the IET Radar,<> Sonar & 
Navigation<> journal. Articles are invited which explore the 
biological sources of inspiration for sonar and radar systems, which document tests of their 
efficacy, and which illuminate similarities and differences between the approaches in the sonar 
and radar regimes. The special issue will highlight recent advances in biologically-inspired 
methods applied to artificial sensors.

Contributions are sought that address but are not limited to:

? bio-inspired waveforms
? analysis of naturally occurring echolocation systems
? bio-inspired methods for target detection and classification
? bio-inspired transducers
? cognitive signal processing inspired by natural systems
? bio-inspired imaging
? future research directions

Papers will be subject to the journal's standard peer-review procedure and should 
follow style/length guidelines set out in the 'Author guide' section of the journal 
webpage at<>.

All papers must be submitted through the journal's Manuscript Central system:

Special issue guest editors:

Prof. Tim Leighton
ISVR, University of Southampton
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Mr. Alessio Balleri
Dept. Electronic & Electrical Engineering,
University College London
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Deadline for submission: November 30th 2010

Sender: Lee Baldwin (IET RSN Managing Editor) Email: 

Lee Baldwin
Managing Editor
The IET<>

T: +44 (0)1438 765504
F: +44 (0)1438 767317


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