INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE RADAR 2024

21 - 25 OCTOBER 2024 - RENNES, FRANCE

Sensing for a Safer World

Crédit photo : Franck Hamon

Welcome to RADAR 2024

On behalf of the Organizing and Technical Committees, it is my great pleasure to invite all the Radar community to the 2024 International Conference on Radar, hosted by the French SEE Society (Société de l’Electricité, de l’Electronique et des Technologies de l’Information et de la Communication) and supported by IEEE AESS (the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, Aerospace and Electronic Systems Society).

Like every five years, the conference is back in France and will be in Rennes. Located in Brittany, Rennes hosts numerous public and private research labs working in high tech topics such as: Radar, propagation, antenna design and communications.

It is close to several major naval facilities, such as Saint Nazaire, Lorient and Brest. The biggest French MoD expertise center, so called DGA-MI; is also located in the vicinity of Rennes.

The International Conference on Radar will serve great opportunities for exchanges, presentations, interactions, among the Radar scientific and industrials communities, having in mind the conference motto “Sensing for a Safer World” encompassing : monitoring of the environment thanks to surveillance systems, safety and security in all application domains (aircraft, maritime, cars and so on).

As well, don’t miss the opportunity to visit le Mont Saint Michel and Saint Malo. We are also sure that you will enjoy a top-class conference center located within a historical monument called “Couvent des Jacobins” in a very lively neighborhood. Join us for this Seventh edition in France !

 

Myriam Nouvel
Conférence Général Chair

Save the date 21-25 October 2024!

Supporting learned societies

Explore the city of Rennes

Place de la République

Photograph : Franck Hamon

Rue du chapitre

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Rue du chapitre

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Big love boat cruise

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Carroussel de la place hoche

Photograph : Noe C Photography

Pan de bois

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Place Rallier du Baty

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Place Sainte Anne

Photograph : Thomas Crabot

Place Sainte Anne

Photograph : Thomas Crabot