21st Coherent Laser Radar Conference
June 26th - July 1st, 2022
Big Sky, Montana
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The 21st Coherent Laser Radar Conference (CLRC-21) will be held June 26th through July 1st, 2022, at the beautiful Big Sky Resort in Big Sky, Montana.
All CLRC attendants will have full access to all poster areas, all oral sessions, and all vendor exhibits for a single registration fee.
The following distinguished scientists, engineers and leaders from academia, industry, defense, and federal agencies have been invited as speakers for the relevant topical sessions.
Karen St. Germain
Director, Earth Science Division, NASA
Director, Langley Research Center, NASA
R. Michael Hardesty
Assoc. Director, Env. Observations, Modeling, and Forecasting, CIRES
Nov. 15th: Abstract submission starts
Dec. 1st: Registration opens
Mar. 4th: Abstract submission closes (post deadline abstracts still accepted)
Apr. 1st: Notification of abstract acceptance
June 1st: Post deadline abstract submission closes
June 26th: Student tutorials
and welcome reception
June 27th-July 1st: Conference oral and poster sessions
Farzin Amzajerdian NASA Langley
Sammy Henderson Beyond Photonics
Shoken Ishii TMU
Sen Lin Aurora Innovation, Inc.
Zhaoyan Liu NASA Langley
Jakob Mann Denmark Technical University
George Emmitt Simpson Weather Associates
Mike Watts Analog Photonics
Benjamin Witschas DLR, Germany
Stephan Rahm DLR, Germany
Shumpei Kameyama MELCO
Anthony Yu NASA
Robert Byer Stanford University
Jirong Yu NASA
Charles Bouman Purdue University
Dr. Upendra N. Singh
Dr. Upendra N. Singh, NASA Technical Fellow for Sensors and Instrumentation at the NASA Engineering and Safety Center, NASA Langley Research Center is an internationally recognized atmospheric scientist and laser remote sensing expert with 30 years’ experience.
Dr. Singh has organized/chaired over 50 international symposia/conferences and has authored/co-authored over 450 scientific articles in atmospheric sciences and remote sensing area. He is an elected fellow of the International Society of Optical Engineering (SPIE), the Optical Society of America (OSA), the Indian Meteorological Society and a Senior Member of IEEE.
Local Organizing Committee:
MPIA / Aurora Innovation (Committee Chair)
MPIA (CLRC Admin)
MPIA / Vision Aerial
Montana State University
Krishna Rupavatharam, Montana State University, Bozeman, USA (Committee Chair)
Shoken Ishii, TMU, Japan
Stephan Rahm, DLR, Germany
Stephen Crouch, MPIA, Bozeman, USA
Zeb Barber, Aurora Innovation, USA
Philip Gatt, Lockheed Martin Coherent Technologies, USA
David Rabb, Wright Patterson, AFRL, USA
Michael Harris, ZXLidars, UK
Michael Kavaya, NASA Langley, USA
Jean-Pierre Cariou, Leosphere, France
Plan ahead and book your travel and lodging today! Hotels allocated for CLRC have limited capacity so reserve yours today.
The 21st conference on coherent laser radar technology and applications is the latest in a series beginning in 1980 which provides a forum for exchange of information on recent events current status, and future directions of coherent laser radar, coherent optical technology, and advanced applications. The conference was founded by Mr. Milton Huffaker, founder and CEO of Coherent Technologies, Inc. After leaving Coherent Technologies, Mr. Huffaker founded and became the CEO of Coherent Investments Inc.
The conference serves as a biannual forum for the exchange of current and future developments within the field of coherent laser radar (lidar) and wind lidar including direct detection wind lidar. The conference will include both invited and contributed papers on all aspects of coherent laser radar, coherent optical technology, and advanced applications. It is intended that the meeting will highlight recent advancements in the field, including component technology and instrumentation, systems (surface, airborne, and space-based), measurements and processing techniques, novel sensing techniques, and emerging requirements for coherent laser radar applications in studies of atmospheric, ocean, surface and target properties.