IEEE Spectrum Magazine Features CReSIS Publication

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By Shawn Schaller
Fall 2011

The September 2011 issue of IEEE Spectrum magazine featured a story on radars developed by CReSIS for sounding and imaging of ice sheets in Greenland and Antarctica. The paper, “A Next-Generation Ice Radar,” highlights the Center’s recent trip to Greenland in the P-3 aircraft and explains the fundamental ideas of using radars to monitor glaciers and ice sheets.

IEEE Spectrum is the primary publication of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE), an association renowned as a world leader in advancing technology. This magazine is distributed to more than 385,000 professionals and executives in technology-centric sectors of the workforce worldwide (spectrum.ieee.org/static/aboutus).

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Photo 1: IEEE Spectrum magazine, September 2011 edition

“It's really an honor to have the Center's research chosen for publication by IEEE Spectrum,” Paden said of the publication. “I'm also very grateful to Dr. Gogineni for letting me take the lead on the original paper submission.”

Congratulations to Dr. Paden, Prof. Gogineni and Prof. Braaten for their publication and the opportunity to further promote Center research and the CReSIS cause.