SSPD Best Paper Award

The Sensor Signal Processing for Defence Conference 2019 were pleased to award the best paper award to PhD student David Cormack. The papers were scored by quality, originality technical content and clarity and after a careful consideration the review panel awarded the paper  Message Passing for Joint Registration and Tracking in Multistatic Radar, by authors David Cormack & James R. Hopgood from Heriot-Watt University and the The University of Edinburgh. The winning paper presentation can can be viewed below.

Best Paper Winner
Message Passing for Joint Registration and Tracking in Multistatic Radar ​
David Cormack & James R Hopgood, Heriot-Watt University, University of Edinburgh ​


Best Paper Joint Runner Ups

Training and Validation of Automatic Target Recognition Systems using Generative Adversarial Networks
Antti Karjalainen, Roshenac Mitchell & Jose Vazquez, SeeByte Ltd.

Maximum Likelihood Estimation in a Parametric Stochastic Trajectory Model
Murat Uney, Leonardo Maria Millefiori & Paolo Braca, NATO CMRE.





David Cormack
David Cormack - Heriot-Watt University