Communications and Observations through Atmospheric Turbulence: characterization and mitigation
Launch of the associated call for paper.
- Atmospheric turbulence: modeling, characterization & prediction
- Impact of turbulence on beam propagation
- Adaptive optics for space observation
- Novel turbulence mitigation strategies
- Ground-space optical links: concepts and applications
- Free space communication links: experimental demonstrations
In a large variety of fields, the development of ever more demanding optical systems now requires a thorough understanding of the impact of atmospheric turbulence together with the development of dedicated mitigation strategies. Originally driven by astronomy, these issues now concern near ground imaging, satellite observation, ground-space and near ground optical telecommunications and frequency dissemination, laser focusing... The workshop aims at giving an overview of current research activities in this field. It will address turbulence impact and mitigation, especially when facing strong turbulence, strong scintillation, high apparent wind speeds induced by target tracking, anisoplanatism effects due to the field of view or point-ahead angle...
The following topics will, therefore, be addressed during the workshop: knowledge on turbulence conditions (modelling, characterization & prediction of both Cn² and wind profiles); study of system performance with and without mitigation; mitigation strategies based on innovative optical solutions such as single aperture adaptive optics, multi-aperture or aperture diversity solutions, integrated optics architectures, new wave-front sensing approaches, sensorless solutions, laser guide stars, high performance control; lastly, image/signal pre- and post-processing techniques (deconvolution, PSF prediction, digital communications techniques), possibly in a co-design approach.
James Osborn (Durham Univ., UK)
Measuring, modelling and forecasting the dynamics of the Earth’s optical turbulence for optical communications between the ground and space
Olga Korotkova (University of Miami, USA)
Polarimetry of the Clear-Air Optical Channels: Example of a Mono-static System
Mikhail Vorontsov (Dayton Univ., USA)
Laser Beam Engineering and Atmospheric Turbulence Effects Mitigation with Coherent Fiber Array Systems
Andrew Reeves (DLR, Germany)
Demonstrations of optical free space communications through turbulence relevant to geostationary feeder-links
Sylvain Poulenard (ADS, France)
Protection schemes for optical communication between optical ground station and satellite
COAT 2019 is organized in the context of "Journées Scientifiques Onera (JSO)” with the support of the following Scientific Committee:
Géraldine Artaud (CNES), James Osborn (Durham Univ.), Ramon Mata-Calvo (DLR), Szymon Gładysz (Fraunhofer IOSB), Aniceto Belmonte (Technical Univ. of Catalonia), Olivier Meyer (DGA), Anne Durécu (Onera), Jean-Marc Conan (Onera), Clélia Robert (Onera), Laurent Mugnier (Onera).
- Abstract submission is now closed
- Detailed program & planning can be found on : program in pdf
Planning at a glance
|Monday December, 2
||Tuesday December, 3|
|8h30||Welcome & coffee
||9h00||Welcome & coffee|
|12h00||Poster session & lunch
|14h20 - 17h20||Afternoon session
||15h50 and beyond||Coffee and Farewell|
Registration is now closed
No fees ; Only participation to meal expenses (will be asked later)
Registration form requires having a scan of the valid ID that you will use when coming to the workshop
- On-line proceedings will be available (a DOI will be attributed to each article).
- Max. 8-page conference papers to be submitted by December, 31st 2019.
- Word/LaTeX templates will be provided soon.
BP72 - 29 avenue de la Division Leclerc (Contensou room)
FR-92322 - CHATILLON CEDEX
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