The Tri-Service Radar Symposium (TSRS) is the most prestigious and oldest continuous meeting of defense radar engineers, scientists, and technologists. The TSRS will celebrate its 68th Symposium in 2022. This event provides an important Tri-Service forum for presenting a wide range of radar technology programs that span research and development through currently fielded systems of the Army, Navy, Marines, Air Force, and Coast Guard. It is the only venue that specifically concentrates on classified and sensitive radar technology and development. Chairmanship rotates yearly among the Army, Navy, and Air Force; the 2022 Symposium is being coordinated and led by the Army. This rotation synergistically benefits the services, the broader Government, and Department of Defense (DoD) contractors through peer interactions that enhance the quality of work and stimulate creativity by sharing ideas and progress across services and corporate organizational boundaries. Over the years, participation has grown to include industry and academic partners with the TSRS becoming a truly integrated community event.
The 2022 Military Sensing Symposia (MSS) TSRS will feature presentations and poster sessions, and one day of short courses and focused topic workshops. This will include a “Women in Radar” luncheon as well as plenary and invited speaker sessions. We are planning an in-person symposium for 2022. However, in the event that operating conditions preclude an in-person meeting, submitted papers may still be considered for alternate dates or presentation formats.The theme for the 2022 conference is Radar in a Contested Spectrum Environment. The 2022 TSRS provides an unparalleled opportunity to gain insight into the latest radar technology and military applications across the Tri-Service Radar community.
Since its inception, the TSRS has focused on providing a forum for peer review and exchange of science and technology (S&T) information that is typically not available in the open literature. The Symposium consists of lectures, workshops, tutorials, and poster sessions, with all papers published in the proceedings and provided to every attendee.