A radically new Atmospheric and Space Environment facility was included in the first major revision of the ESFRI RoadMap announced at the European Committee on Research Infrastructures (ECRI), held in Versailles December 2008.
The new Research Infrastructure (working title ‘EISCAT_3D: The next generation European incoherent scatter radar system’) is one of 9 new Infrastructures added to the 35 in the initial RoadMap. All these are major facilities seen to be of strategic importance to the future of European science and technology.
Toralf Renkwitz has successfully finished his Master of science Work Analysis and Optimisation of Medium Gain X-Yagi Antennas for the EISCAT 3D 237.5MHz Incoherent Scatter Radar Active Array.
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31 October 2008, Kunming, China