Title: Real-time Compensation for Radar Image Formation
Description: Synthetic Aperture Radar (SAR) is a form of moving radar that is used to create images of scenes or objects. The ability to efficiently process the electromagnetic (EM) radar waves into an image is dependent on flight profile and scene geometry. The student will investigate the use of real-time information to adjust the radar signal parameters so as to reduce the computational load of processing the radar signals into an image.
Dates: January to June 2019
Appointment: Research Intern
Division: Guided Systems
Title: Exploration of Microsoft Airsim Simulator
Description: Airsim is an opensource simulation software which uses UE4 for development of AI/sensing algorithms for UAVs. The student will investigate the architecture of Airsim and how to integrate in house code / algorithms. The student can also leverage on the photo realism of the engine to test computer vision / AI algorithms.
Student Attachments with DSO National Laboratories
December 2016: Numerical Investigation of Terrain Effects on Mapping Accuracy at Various Look Angles
March to December 2015: Modelling of Perturbations for Precise Orbit Determination
Note: Due to the nature of my work at DSO National Laboratories, I am unable to share any additional information regarding my research. Do contact me for any further discussions.