International school for young researchers:
«Registration of subsurface targets by short-range radar»
Bauman Moscow State Technical University
Conference hall of the Educational and Laboratory Building (3rd Floor)
Moscow, Rubtsovskaya nab., 2/18
25-27 October 2016





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International school for young researcher:
Registration of subsurface targets by short-range radar

Place Title Time
October 25
3rd Floor Foyer Participant registration 9:00-10:00
3rd Floor Foyer Coffee Break 10:00-10:30
Conference Hall Welcome speech 10:30-10:45
Conference Hall The history of the development of subsurface radars and their application, Dr. Nikolay Chubinsky, Assistant Professor, Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology, Russia 10:45-12:00
Conference Hall Ground-Penetrating Radars and other Geophysics Devices Applied to Archaeology, Dr. Timothy D. Bechtel, Professor of Geosciences, Department of Earth & Environment, Franklin & Marshall College, USA 12:00-13:00
Canteen Lunch 13:00-14:00
Conference Hall The Design Principles of Short Pulse Radar, Dr. Denis Okhotnikov, Head of Analog and Digital Radio Electronics Systems Department, Moscow Aviation Institute, Russia 14:00-15:00
Conference Hall Numerical modelling of Ground Penetrating Radar using the gprMax Finite-Difference Time-Domain simulator, Dr. Craig Warren, The University of Edinburgh, UK 15:00-16:00
3rd Floor Foyer Coffee Break 16:00-16:30
Conference Hall Data collection, processing and visualization in subsurface radio holography using video for sensor tracking, Dr. Vladimir Razevig, Senior Research Fellow of Remote Sensing Laboratory, Bauman Moscow State Technical University, Russia 15:00-16:00
325 room, Main Building Visit to the Remote Sensing Laboratory 17:00-18:00
October 26
Conference Hall Inverse synthetic aperture radar for security screening of walking persons, Dr. Andrey Zhuravlev, Lead Research Fellow of Remote Sensing Laboratory, Bauman Moscow State Technical University, Russia 9:30-10:30
Conference Hall Application of GPR to tunnel surveys and the Engineering judgement, Mr. Masaharu Inagaki, Director and Chief Geophysicist, Walnut Ltd.,Japan 10:30-11:30
3rd Floor Foyer Coffee Break 11:30-12:00
Conference Hall Holographic subsurface radars and their application, Dr. Sergey Ivashov, Head of Remote Sensing Laboratory, Bauman Moscow State Technical University, Russia 12:30-13:30
Canteen Lunch 13:30-14:30
Conference Hall Engineering and Environmental Applications of GPR and Other Geophysical Methods, Ms. Felicia Bechtel, President of Enviroscan, Inc.,USA 14:30-15:30
Conference Hall Russian subsurface radars "OKO", Ms. Natalia Pudova, Lead Geophysicist, Logis Inc., Russia 15:30-16:30
3rd Floor Foyer Coffee Break 16:30-16:45
Conference Hall Round table discussion 16:45-18:00
October 27
Conference Hall Electromagnetic modeling for ground penetrating radar, Dr. Lorenzo Crocco, Institute for the Electromagnetic Sensing of the Environment , Italy 9:30-10:30
Conference Hall Holographic radar mounted on robotic scanner for shallow objects and dielectric materials investigations, Prof. Lorenzo Capineri, University of Florence, Dept. Information Engineering, Italy 10:30-11:30
3rd Floor Foyer Coffee Break 11:30-12:00
Conference Hall Radar imaging for security and subsurface imaging: state of art and perspectives, Dr. Francesco Soldovieri , Institute for the Electromagnetic Sensing of the Environment, Italy 11:30-12:20
Conference Hall Sub-terahertz photonics and subsurface imaging, Prof. Alexey Vertiy, L.N.Gumilyov Eurasian National University, Kazakhstan 12:20-13:00
Canteen Lunch 13:00-14:00
Conference Hall Development of the devices of mines and IED for humanitarian demining, Mr. Maksim Shirokobokov, Head of Department of Electrical Prospecting, Logis Inc., Russia 14:00-14:40
Conference Hall The principles of increasing the penetration depth and the application experience of GPR "Loza", Dr. Pavel Morozov, Senior Research Fellow of IZMIRAN, Moscow, Russia 14:40-15:15
Conference Hall Short range radars in Remote Monitoring of Vital Signs, Dr. Lesya Anishchenko, Senior Research Fellow of Remote Sensing Laboratory, Bauman Moscow State Technical University, Russia 15:15-16:00
3rd Floor Foyer Coffee Break 16:00-16:30
Conference Hall Methods of digital data processing of holographic subsurface radars, Ms. Margarita Chizh, Junior Research Fellow of Remote Sensing Laboratory, Bauman Moscow State Technical University, Russia 16:30-17:00
Conference Hall Ceremonial Closing 17:00-17:15