Preliminary Program

 Monday 10. June 2019
19:00Ice Breaker at the Hostel Complutum
 Tuesday 11. June 2019
09:30 to 09:45Welcome and Workshop Overview
 Purpose of SOMaR-5 and How to Impact Future Work on Oceanic Marine Radar
J. C. Nieto Borge and J. Horstmann
09:45 to 11:00Session on Winds chaired by Jochen Horstmann
 Measurement of Coastal Winds and Waves using Marine Radar
Jun Soo Park
 Wind Fields from Marine Radar – Toward a Wind Gust Prediction
R. Carrasco and J. Horstmann
11:00 to 11:30Coffee Break
11:30 to 13:00Session on Currents chaired by Tony de Paolo
 On the Reliability of Surface Current Measurements
by X-band Marine Radar
K. G. Hessner, S. El Naggar, W.-J. von Appen and V. H. Strass
 A New Empirical Approach to Detect Surface Currents Using Doppler Marine Radar
L. Nyman, B. Lund, R. Romeiser, H. Graber and J. Horstmann
 2D Spectra of Radar Returns: Analysis of the Group Line
F. Platzer, M. Saillard and V. Fabbro
13:00 to 14:30Lunch
14:30 to 16:00Session on Features chaired by Merrick C Haller
 Automated Detection and Tracking of Internal Waves from Land-Based X-Band Radar
Tony de Paolo
 Observation of Floods at the River Mouth of Tenryu River
Satoshi Takewaka
Marine Radar Observations of Internal Waves, Estuarine Fronts, and Rip Currents from Recent Field Experiments
Merrick C. Haller
16:00 to 16:30Coffee Break
16:30 to 18:00Session on Waves chaired by Rick Chapman
 RAWMapping: A Hybrid Radar/Model System to Improve Wave Height Estimates at High-Energy Sites
David L. McCann
 A New Method for Determining the Near-Surface Shear Current Profile from Wave Measurements
B. K. Smeltzer and S. Å. Ellingsen
 An Introduction to the Rutter-OceanWaveS Wave and Vessel Motion Prediction System
Tyson Hilmer
 Status and Issues of Wave Measurement using X-Band Radar in Shipbuilding Industry
Young Jun Yang
 Wednesday 12. June 2019
09:30 to 11:00Session on Waves (continued) chaired by Rick Chapman
 A Method to Remove Shadows from Radar Images On Marine Radar Near-Surface Current Mapping
S. Støle-Hentschel, J. Seemann, J.C. Nieto Borge and K. Trulsen
 Continuing Work with the Kelvin Hughes SharpEye Coherent X-Band Radar
Tony de Paolo
 Cross-Shore Wave Height Transformation from Coherent-On-Receive Marine Radar
M. Streßer, R. Carrasco, J. Seemann and J. Horstmann
11:00 to 11:30Coffee Break
11:30 to 13:00Session on Bathymetry I chaired by Paul Bell
 Shipboard Marine X-Band Radar Current and Bathymetry Measurements in a Vertically Sheared Environment
B. Lund, B. Haus, H. Graber, J. Horstmann, R. Carrasco, G. Novelli, C. Guigand, T Özgökmen, S. Mehta, and N. Laxague - Presented by R. Romeiser
 New Wavelet-based Inversion of Bathymetries and Sea Surface Elevations from X-band Radar Image Sequences Nearshore
Pavel Chernyshov
 Experimental Verification for High Spatial Resolution (Pixel Level) Bathymetry
Ron Abileah
13:00 to 14:30Lunch
14:30 to 15:30Session on Bathymetry II (continued) chaired by Ron Abileah
 Foreshore Morphodynamics from Shore-based Marine Radar – Resolving Weekly Scales on a Stretch of Sylt Beach
L. Lange, M. Streßer, and R. Carrasco
 X-Band Radar Mapping of Morphological Changes at a Dynamic Coastal Inlet
Gian Bremm
15:30 to 16:00Coffee Break
16:00 to 17:00Session on Bathymetry II (continued) chaired by Ron Abileah
 All Measurements are Equal, but some Measurements are More Equal than Others
P. Bell, D. McCann and C. Bird
17:00 to 17:30Session on Ice chaired by Jose Carlos Nieto Borge

Radar Monitoring of Seasonally Ice Covered Seas
Lensu Mikko
21:00Dinner at the Hostería del Estudiante
 Thursday 13. June 2019
10:00 to 11:00Session on Sharing Data and Future Experiments chaired by Jochen Horstmann
 An Extensive Marine Radar Data Set for Bathemetry Retrieval at the Harbor Entrance to Höfn
J. Horstmann, J. Seemann, R. Carrasco, M. Streßer, J. Bödewadt and V. Júlíusson
 Radar Data on Ice, on Ocean, and on Ice-Ocean Interaction
Lensu Mikko
11:00 to 11:30Coffee Break
11:30 to 13:00General Discussion
 Is it useful to summarize the state-of-the-art in oceanic marine radar algorithms?
What is known, what research is still required?
How would we do this?
What about the book? Special issue instead?
Location of SOMaR-6?
13:00End of SOMaR-5