Internship | Training of deep neural networks using radar measurements made with varying waveform settings
Mastering varying radar waveform settings in training sets for deep neural networks
Education typeuniversity (wo)
TypeInternship and graduation project
Hours a weekFulltime – 40
What will be your role?
The goal of this assignment is to investigate how radar measurements made with varying waveform settings can be used for training a deep neural network for target classification. One possible approach is the investigation into the use of data representations that are independent of the radar waveform settings, such that the input to the neural network is consistent. Another possible approach is the investigation into neural network architectures that are robust with respect to varying waveform settings. Radar measurements with varying waveform settings are available for this assignment.
You will perform this assignment in the Department of Radar Technology. We are a passionate and creative group of professionals (60 people) dedicated to the specification, development and evaluation of innovative, high-performance MMICs, miniaturised and integrated RF subsystems, antennas and front-ends. The department is at the heart of novel, game-changing radar system and signal processing concepts for the military, space and civil domains.
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For this vacancy it is required that the AIVD issues a security clearance after conducting a security screening. Please visit for more information the AIVD website.
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Due to Covid-19 and the consequent uncertainties and restrictions, students who are not residing in the Netherlands may currently not be able to start an internship or graduation project at TNO.
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