Progress in Radar Research 2021

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Progress in Radar Research 2021

will be held on 

Wednesday 17th – Thursday 18th November 2021 
The University of Adelaide 
North Terrace, Adelaide 

An opportunity for radar researchers to share their current research and interact with their research peer group.


About PIRR 2021 
The PIRR series of workshops, held annually except for the “3” and “8” years when Australia hosts the International Conference on Radar (RADAR 20xx), is the annual Australian meeting of the community engaged in research into radar and allied fields. Past workshops have attracted over 100 registrants. PIRR 2021 will follow a similar format to that of previous PIRR workshops, with 2 days of presentations and discussion.  

The use of the term Progress in the workshop title indicates that the series invites a stocktake on current, not necessarily completed, research and is not only a forum for reports of completed work.  It also provides an opportunity for peer exposure and tuning of formal papers intended for subsequent presentation at a conference or for journal publication.  The event will be held on the North Terrace campus of the University of Adelaide.  


Topics of interest 
PIRR 2021 topics include research into any area of radar, tracking or related areas of science or technology.  Consistent with the intent of the workshop series, PIRR 2021 welcomes proposals for presentations in areas outside radar which bear on issues faced by radar researchers. 


Student Travel Scholarships 
Travel scholarships of $500 are available to students to participate in PIRR2021. To qualify for the scholarship, the recipient must be currently enrolled as a research student at an Australian University and have an accepted abstract to the workshop. The scholarships are competitive in nature, with their award determined by the technical committee. 


To offer a presentation 
Offers of presentations should be made by submitting, by the due date, a one-page abstract by email to Selection will be made by the workshop technical program committee on the basis of the submitted abstract and no formal written paper is required.  No workshop proceedings will be produced but authors are encouraged (but not required) to make their presentation or other material available to attendees after the workshop. 


Key dates  
Cut-off date for submission of abstracts 1 October 2021 
Advice of acceptance 15 October 2021 
Workshop sessions 17-18 November 2021 


Workshop arrangements and registration 
Workshop sessions will run in a conference format, from 8:30 to 17:00 on each day, with ample times for informal interaction.  Light refreshments will be available during the day.  A networking event will be held at the end of the first day. 

Although no registration fee is charged, registration is required from the following website:

If you have any queries about this event, please email:  


Technical Committee 

Dr Irina Antipov, DST Group 
Dr Van Nguyen, DST Group 
Dr David Holdsworth, DST Group 
Dr Brett Haywood, DST Group 
Dr Luke Rosenberg, DST Group 
Dr Brian Ng, University of Adelaide 

  Date and Time




  • Start time: 01 Feb 2022 12:00 AM
  • End time: 02 Feb 2022 12:00 AM
  • All times are (UTC+10:30) Adelaide
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  • The University of Adelaide
  • North Terrace
  • Adelaide, South Australia
  • Australia

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Progress in Radar Research 2021 Call for Abstracts 303.10 KiB