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Dr. Ir Xavier NEYT

Professor

Xavier.Neyt@rma.ac.be     +32-2-44-14041     Academic details

Biography

Xavier Neyt received a master in engineering (summa cum laude) from the Université Libre de Bruxelles (ULB) in 1994, a postgraduate degree in Signal Processing (summa cum laude) from the Université de Liège (ULg) in 2004 and a PhD in Applied Science from the Royal Military Academy (RMA) and the Université de Liège in 2008. In 1995 he received the Frerichs Award from the ULB and the special IBM grant from the Belgian National Fund for Scientific Research (NFWO).

Since then he has been working as research engineer for the Royal Military Academy, Belgium. In 1996-1997 he was visiting scientist at the French aerospace center (ONERA) and in 1999 at the German aerospace centre (DLR). In 1997-1999 he was responsible for the design of the image compression module of the European MSG satellite and in 2000-2007, responsible for the redesign of the ground processing of the scatterometer of the European ERS satellite following its gyroscope anomaly. Since 2008, he is leading the Scatterometer Engineering Support Laboratory for the European Space Agency at the Royal Military Academy. From 2008 he has been conducting project in bistatic radars, radar imaging, bistatic radar imaging, ground penetrating radars and image processing.

He is now associate professor at the Communication, Information, Systems and Sensors department of the Royal Military Academy. His research interests are signal processing, radar remote sensing, array processing, bistatic radars and image processing

Research projects

Belsar

In preparation for the SAOCOM-CS satellite, which is a receive-only satellite ajoined to the SAOCOM SAR imaging satellite, an airborne measurement campaign is conducted in order to assess the relevance of different bistatic geometries and the associated issues.

In particular, the role of the Royal Military Academy is to develop requirements for the synchronisation between the transmitter and the receiver, as they will be located on different platforms. The effect of mis-synchronisation will also be modeled and evaluated.

Road Radar

In collaboration with industry and the ULB, the goal is to develop a multichannel radar able to detect trafic.

RMA is more specifically involved in the array processing, the detection algorithms and the tests.

DAP-16-9

The Confident project, conducted in the Improvised Explosive Devices Detection programm of the European Defence Agency, consists in providing IED early warning for convoys.

The Royal Military Academy is in charge of the processing and data fusion of the infrared images with the image coming from the other detectors.

DAP-16-8

The aim of the study is to develop (semi-)automatic image analysis methods in order to help vectorize topo-geographic objects from satellite imagery and to integrate these in the Geographic service of the Defense in charge of the MGCP project.

EORegions

EO Regions aims at optimizing earth observeration services and valorizing scientific know-how from universities and the private sector by offering substantial and competitive services and by mobilizing users through the demonstration of the potential of these services.

The activities of RMA consist in analyzing and developping change-detection algorithms on stacks of Sentinel-1 images.

SCIRoCCo

The Scatterometer Instrument Competence Centre's (SCIRoCCo) objective is to become a reference center for the international meteorological agencies, meteorological operations centers, and the research and educational community worldwide for the exploitation of the ERS Scatterometer mission data set and of the present and future C-band scatterometer missions data sets. RMA's tasks are to carry out research and development activities in the area of C-band scatterometer inter and cross sensors calibration, processing algorithms for the computation of the radar backscattering, data validation and data quality control, education and outreach.

In addition, the provision of travel grants is foreseen.


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F13/02

The goal of the study is to assess the feasibility of radar interferometry using radar images produced using transmitters of opportunity.

SENSPORT

This project aims at developping a method based on a radio frequency radar to detect non destructively leaks in underground water transport networks. The involvement of RMA in the projects resides mainly in the image formation process of the volume below the ground surface based on radar measurements obtained through a ground penetrating radar method. Detection of water and other objects such as water pipes will also be tackled.

PhD Osama Mahfoudia

Study of opportunistic DVB-T radars, and more specifically, how to optimize the signal to noise ratio in order to improve detection.

SENSAR

The SENSAR project aims at assessing if and how high resolution soil moisture can be extracted from SAR images at high resolution. One of the key components of the project is the large scale in-situ measurements and a model-based inversion from backscatter to dielectric constant. As a side-product of that inversion, soil roughness information is obtained and that can then be used as a hint to assist in the inversion of the SAR data. The RMA is in charge of the SAR image processing and of part of the inversion process.

SIC/05

The study aims first at automatically extract Digital Surface Models using very high spatial and radiometric resolution images and multiview modes. Second, these DSM will be exploited to perform change detection and produce landscape models.

LIFE B3D

The objective is to correlate cardiovascular and ballistocardiography parameters obtained through a novel analysis of 3 dimensional (3D) movements of the human body that are due to the mechanical action of the beating heart and the ejection of blood in the arteries. The aim is to better understand the cardiovascular changes following the fluid shift observed in microgravity from the analysis of the vecto-ballistocardiograms in humans. The experiment will be performed in parabolic flights and on-board the International Space Station.
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NIKO

Het onderzoek bestaat er precies in het detecteren van de beweging van een voorwerp (een hand) voor de sensor. In tegenstelling tot meeste radiometrisch toepassingen waar de absolute schijnbare temperatuur gemeten wordt, is het hier de bedoeling om snelle schijnbare temperatuursverschillen te meten. Door gebruik te maken van een netwerk van antennes en door de relatieve evolutie van de schijnbare temperatuur gemeten op de verschillende antennes, moet de richting van de beweging te bepalen zijn.

LIFE NEUROPOLE

The present project is the results of merging ESCOM and COGNIPOLE. ESCOM aims at investigating the effect of exercise on sleep regulation, cognitive performance & mood during both Antarctic summer and winter. COGNIPOLE aims at quantifying the impact of sleep & circadian rhythm disturbance on executive function in the peculiar environment of isolation and confinement in Antarctica. Both projects build further on the results obtained in the Antarctic Sleep Monitoring project.
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C4/22

The aim of the project is to perform a detail study of methods to augment the tolerance of electric drives to faults. Both the detection of the faults and the reduction of the influence of these faults are considered, with as objective to maximize the performance of the motor in degraded mode.

MUSAR

The aim of the project is the development of a “proof of concept” passive SAR imaging system with a static receiver. The research activities are naturally divided in two parallel branches with strong interaction between them: the development of the synthesis algorithms and the development of the required hardware.

TOSCA

The scope of this procurement of the ESA is to guarantee the maintenance and the evolution of the Scatterometer data processor prototype and the Scatterometer calibration tool (TOSCA). More notably it involves a study of the cross-calibration of the scatterometer on-board ERS-2 with the scatterometer on-board METOP.

F07/09

This project aims at studying control methods for permanent-magnet synchronous electrical motors. The so-called sensor-less control of the machine is in particular considered in order to eliminate one possible source of fault.

SSA

This project aims at defining the technical configuration of a “European system for Space Situation Awareness”, which answers in an optimal way the “European Union Statement of Need” and deducing from it a list of research projects to be launched.

LIFE SPIN

The projects aims at studying the deconditioning of the cardiovascular system and the vestibular system of astronauts as a consequence of long-duration spaceflights. In a second step, countermeasures against orthostatic intolerance upon return into a gravitational environment are assessed.
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Publications

  1. Edison Cristofani, Osama Mahfoudia, Mathias Becquaert, Xavier Neyt, François Horlin, Nikos Deligiannis, Johan Stiens, and Marijke Vandewal. Compressive Sensing and DVB-T-Based Passive Coherent Location. In 26th URSI Benelux Forum, Brussels, Belgium, 2017. URSI.
  2. V. Kubica, X. Neyt, and H. D. Griffiths. Improved cross-range resolution in SAR imaging using a bistatic configuration. In URSI 2017 Benelux Forum, Brussels, BE, February 2017.
  3. V. Kubica, X. Neyt, and H. D. Griffiths. Validation of the increased image resolution obtained using TOPSAR Sentinel-1 data in a bistatic setup. In PIERS proceedings, Singapore, November 2017.
  4. Osama Mahfoudia, François Horlin, and Xavier Neyt. An Improved Channel Estimation Scheme for DVB-T Passive Radars. In URSI Benelux Forum, Brussels, Belgium, 2017.
  5. Osama Mahfoudia, François Horlin, and Xavier Neyt. On the feasibility of DVB-T based passive radar with a single receiver channel. In IET International Conference on Radar Systems (Radar 2017), Belfast, UK, 2017.
  6. Osama Mahfoudia, François Horlin, and Xavier Neyt. On the static clutter suppression for DVB-T based passive radars. In URSI GASS, Montreal, Canada, 2017.
  7. Osama Mahfoudia, François Horlin, and Xavier Neyt. Optimum reference signal reconstruction for DVB-T based passive radars. In 2017 IEEE Radar Conference (RadarConf), Seattle, USA, 2017.
  8. V. Kubica, X. Neyt, and H. D. Griffiths. Along-track resolution enhancement for bistatic SAR imaging in burst-mode operation. IEEE Transactions on Aerospace and Electronic Systems, 52(4):1568-1575, August 2016.
  9. Osama Mahfoudia, François Horlin, and Xavier Neyt. Target detection for DVB-T based passive radars using pilot subcarrier signal. In 37th WIC Symposium on Information Theory in the Benelux, 2016.
  10. X Neyt; M van Puyvelde. A nice paper too. In Proceedings of the 2016 IEEE Radar Conference, volume 1, Seattle, WA, May 2016.
  11. Gregory Collet, Olivier Mairesse, Aisha Cortoos, Helio Fernandez Tellez, Xavier Neyt, Philippe Peigneux, Eoin Macdonald-Nethercott, Yves-Marie Ducrot, and Nathalie Pattyn. Altitude and seasonality impact on sleep in Antarctica.. Aerospace medicine and human performance, 86(4):392-6, April 2015.
  12. V. Kubica, H. D. Griffiths, and X. Neyt. High cross-range resolution bistatic SAR imaging in wide-swath illumination modes. In URSI 2015 Benelux Forum, Enschede, NL, December 2015.
  13. V. Kubica, X. Neyt, and H. D. Griffiths. Improved cross-range resolution in TOPSAR imaging using Sentinel-1A in bistatic operation. In IEEE International Radar Conference, pages 117-122, Arlington, VA, May 2015.
  14. Osama Mahfoudia and Xavier Neyt. Analysis of Direct Signal Recovery Scheme for DVB-T Based Passive Radars. In 36th WIC Symposium on Information Theory in the Benelux, Brussels, Belgium, 2015.
  15. Osama Mahfoudia and Xavier Neyt. Strong direct-path interference removal for DVB-T based passive radars. In URSI Benelux Forum, Enschede, Netherlands, 2015.
  16. Eric Mersch, Pascal Druyts, and Xavier Neyt. Bayesian map fusion for target detection and localization. In URSI 2015 Benelux Forum, Enschede, the Netherlands, December 2015.
  17. Helio Fernandez Tellez, Nathalie Pattyn, Olivier Mairesse, Leja Dolenc-Groselj, Ola Eiken, Igor B Mekjavic, P F Migeotte, Em Macdonald-Nethercott, Romain Meeusen, and Xavier Neyt. eAMI: a qualitative quantification of periodic breathing based on amplitude of oscillations.. Sleep, 38(3):381-9, March 2015.
  18. Martine Van Puyvelde, Gerrit Loots, Joris Meys, Xavier Neyt, Olivier Mairesse, David Simcock, and Nathalie Pattyn. Whose clock makes yours tick? How maternal cardiorespiratory physiology influences newborns' heart rate variability.. Biological psychology, 108:132-41, May 2015.
  19. M. R. Ardekani, P. Druyts, S. Lambot, A. De Coster, and X. Neyt. Recovering the structure of a layered soil, including layer thickness and dielectric permittivity, using the interfaces and objects backscatter detected in GPR B-scans. In GPR Conference, Brussels, June 2014.
  20. M. R. Ardekani, X. Neyt, D. Benedetto, E. Slob, B. Wesemael, P. Bogaert, C. Craeye, and S. Lambot. Soil moisture variability effect on GPR data. In Proceedings of the 15th International Conference on Ground Penetrating Radar, pages 214-217. IEEE, June 2014.
  21. M. R. Ardekani, X. Neyt, M. Nottebaere, D. Jacques, and S. Lambot. GPR data inversion for vegetation layer. In Proceedings of the 15th International Conference on Ground Penetrating Radar, pages 170-175. IEEE, June 2014.
  22. Anis Elyouncha and Xavier Neyt. Analysis of C-band spaceborne scatterometer thermal noise. In Proc. SPIE 9240, Remote Sensing of the Ocean, Sea Ice, Coastal Waters, and Large Water Regions, Amsterdam, 2014.
  23. Anis Elyouncha and Xavier Neyt. Comparison of the spatial and radiometric resolution of ERS and Metop C-band radars. In Proceedings of SPIE Remote Sensing of the Ocean, Sea Ice, Coastal Waters, and Large Water Regions, Amsterdam, 2014.
  24. V. Kubica, X. Neyt, and H. D. Griffiths. Opportunistic high cross-range resolution imaging using TOPSAR illuminations of Sentinel-1. In URSI 2014 Benelux Forum, Louvain-la-Neuve, BE, December 2014.
  25. Osama Mahfoudia and Xavier Neyt. A DVB-T based passive radar using one USRP board. In URSI Benelux Forum, Louvain-la-Neuve, Belgium, 2014.
  26. Eric Mersch, Pascal Druyts, and Xavier Neyt. Sea mine detection using a magnetic gradiometer. In URSI 2014 Benelux Forum, Louvain-la-Neuve, Belgium, November 2014.
  27. Eric Mersch, Yann Yvinec, Yves Dupont, Xavier Neyt, and Pascal Druyts. Underwater magnetic target localization and characterization using a three-axis gradiometer. In OCEANS'14 MTS/IEEE, Taipei, Taiwan, April 2014.
  28. M. Nottebaere, M. R. Ardekani, S. Lambot, and X. Neyt. SAR-image derived soil moisture enhancement using GPR data. In Proceedings of the 15th International Conference on Ground Penetrating Radar, pages 223-226, June 2014.
  29. Martijn Nottebaere, Mohammad Reza Mahmoudzadeh Ardekani, Pascal Druyts, Sébastien Lambot, and Xavier Neyt. Automatic 3D subsurface pipe-detection and permittivity reconstruction from GPR measurements. In Proceedings of the 20th URSI Benelux Forum, November 2014.
  30. Martijn Nottebaere, Mohammad Reza Mahmoudzadeh Ardekani, Sébastien Lambot, and Xavier Neyt. Soil moisture patterns characterized by GPR help enhancing SAR-image derived surface soil moisture. In Proceedings of the 20th URSI Benelux Forum, November 2014.
  31. Helio Fernandez Tellez, Olivier Mairesse, Eoin Macdonald-Nethercott, Xavier Neyt, Romain Meeusen, and Nathalie Pattyn. Sleep-related periodic breathing does not acclimatize to chronic hypobaric hypoxia: a 1-year study at high altitude in Antarctica.. American journal of respiratory and critical care medicine, 190(1):114-6, July 2014.
  32. A. Almorad, Philippe Unger, Nathalie Pattyn, X. Neyt, J. Tank, E. G. Caiani, and P. F. Migeotte. Transient condition of parabolic flights: Cardiac volume modifications measured by echocardiography. In submitted to the 84th Aerospace Medical Association Annual Scientific Meeting, Chicago, 2013.
  33. Q. Deliere, P. F. Migeotte, X. Neyt, I. Funtova, R. M. Baevsky, J. Tank, and N. Pattyn. Cardiovascular changes in parabolic flights assessed by ballistocardiography. In 35th Annual International Conference of the IEEE EMBS, 2013.
  34. A. Elyouncha and X. Neyt. Inter-calibration of Metop-A and Metop-B scatterometers using ocean measurements. In Remote Sensing of the Ocean, Sea Ice, Coastal Waters, and Large Water Regions, Dresden, 2013.
  35. Anis Elyouncha and Xavier Neyt. C-band Satellite Scatterometer Inter-calibration. IEEE Transactions on Geoscience & Remote Sensing, pages 1-14, 2013.
  36. Fabien Gabriel, Frederik De Belie, Xavier Neyt, and Philippe Lataire. High-Frequency Issues Using Rotating Voltage Injections Intended For Position Self-Sensing. IEEE Transactions on Industrial Electronics, 60(12):5447-5457, December 2013.
  37. V. Kubica and X. Neyt. Feasibility of resolution-enhanced burst-mode interferometry in bistatic SAR. In Proceedings of IEEE Conference on Radar, Adelaide, South Australia, September 2013.
  38. L. Lejeune, C. Casellato, N. Pattyn, X. Neyt, and P.-F. Migeotte. Estimating the Center of Mass of a Free-Floating Body in Microgravity. In 35th Annual International IEEE EMBS Conference, Osaka, 2013.
  39. Eric Mersch, Yann Yvinec, Pascal Druyts, Xavier Neyt, and Yves Dupont. Marine buried mines detection using magnetic gradiometry. In Proceedings of the 8th International Marine Electromagnetics Conference (MARELEC 2013), Hamburg, Germany, July 2013.
  40. P.-F. Migeotte, Q. Deliere, O. Mairesse, X. Neyt, N. Pattyn, F Wuyts, and G Clement. Artificial gravity on the ESA Short-Arm Human Centrifuge: Does the cardiovascular response depend on perception of verticality? In submitted to the 19th IAA Humans in Space Symposium, 2013.
  41. P.-F. Migeotte, Q. Deliere, J. Tank, I. Funtova, R. M. Baevsky, X. Neyt, and N. Pattyn. 3D-Ballistocardiography in microgravity: comparison with ground based recordings. In 35th Annual International IEEE EMBS Conference, Osaka, 2013.
  42. P.-F. Migeotte, Q. Deliere, Aurélie Weerts, X. Neyt, Paul Van De Heyning, André Diedrich, Floris L Wuyts, and Nathalie Pattyn. Standardized tilt tests after long duration space flights. In 34th Annual Meeting of International Society for Gravitational Physiology (ISGP), Toyohashi, 2013.
  43. P.-F. Migeotte, J. Tank, A. Almorad, Q. Deliere, L. Lejeune, X. Neyt, Philippe Van De Borne, Philippe Unger, E. G. Caiani, C. Casellato, Marco Di Rienzo, U. Limper, Peter Gauger, Luis E J Beck, E. Luchitskaya, V. Rusanov, I. Funtova, R. M. Baevsky, G. K. Prisk, and N. Pattyn. Three-dimensional Ballistocardiography in parabolic flights. In 19th IAA Humans in Space Symposium, Cologne, 2013.
  44. P. F. Migeotte, J. Tank, V. Rusanov, I. Funtova, R. M. Baevsky, G. Kim Prisk, X. Neyt, and Nathalie Pattyn. Three-dimensional ballistocardiography in microgravity: a potential application for cardiovascular monitoring for aerospace medicine. In 84th Aerospace Medical Association Annual Scientific Meeting, Chicago, 2013.
  45. Raffaele Crapolicchio, Giovanna De Chiara, Anis Elyouncha, Pascal Lecomte, Xavier Neyt, A Paciucci, and Marco Talone. ERS-2 Scatterometer: Mission Performances and Current Reprocessing Achievements. IEEE Transactions on Geoscience & Remote Sensing, 50(7):2427-2448, July 2012.
  46. Anis Elyouncha and Xavier Neyt. A method for cross-comparison of scatterometer data using natural distributed targets: application to ERS-1 and ERS-2 data during the tandem mission. In Proceedings of SPIE Remote Sensing of the Ocean, Sea Ice and Large Water Regions 2012, volume 8532. SPIE, September 2012.
  47. P f Migeotte, S De Ridder, X Neyt, N Pattyn, M Di Rienzo, L Beck, P Gauger, and U Limper. Three-dimensional Ballistocadiography and Seismocardiography in parabolic flight: preliminary results from the ESA B3D project.. In 12th European Life Sciences Symposium, Aberdeen, UK , 2012., number 1, Aberdeen, 2012.
  48. Fabien Gabriel, Frederik De Belie, and Xavier Neyt. Inductance-Based Position Self-Sensing of a Brushless DC-Machine Using High-Frequency Signal Injection. In Annual Conference of the IEEE Industrial Electronics Society (IECON'12) - Digest submitted, Montreal, Canada, 2012. IEEE.
  49. V. Kubica and X. Neyt. Cross-range resolution enhancement in burst-mode SAR in bistatic operation. In URSI 2012 Benelux Forum, page 32, Brussels, BE, September 2012.
  50. V. Kubica and X. Neyt. Passive SAR imaging using the ASAR instrument of ENVISAT as transmitter of opportunity.. In Proceedings of the 9th European Conference on Synthetic Aperture Radar, pages 275-278, Nuremberg, Germany, April 2012.
  51. V. Kubica and X. Neyt. ScanSAR resolution enhancement in bistatic operation. In IET International Radar Conference, pages 1-6, Glasgow, UK, October 2012.
  52. P-F Migeotte, S De Ridder, J Tank, N Pattyn, I Funtova, R Baevsky, X Neyt, and G K Prisk. Three dimensional ballisto- and seismo-cardiography: HIJ wave amplitudes are poorly correlated to maximal systolic force vector.. In Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society,EMBC, 2012, volume 2012, pages 5046-9, August 2012.
  53. A. Tailliez, X. Neyt, and V. Kubica. Removal of direct path interference with CLEAN Algorithm in passive SAR imaging. In URSI 2012 Benelux Forum, page 43, Brussels, BE, September 2012.
  54. Marco Talone, Raffaele Crapolicchio, Giovanna De Chiara, Xavier Neyt, Anis Elyouncha, Lidia Saavedra De Miguel, Gareth Davies, and Bojkov Bojan. Cross-calibration of ERS-1 and ERS-2 wind scatterometers; Towards a homogeneous 20-year-long wind vector monitoring of the earth. In IGARSS, pages 4606-4609, Munich, 2012.
  55. E Cristofani, V Kubica, and X Neyt. A multibeam opportunistic SAR system. In Proc. of the IEEE SP Symposium on Information Theory and Signal Processing, Brussels, BE, 2011.
  56. E Cristofani, V Kubica, and X Neyt. A multibeam opportunistic SAR system. In Proc. of the IEEE Radar conference, Kansas City, MO, May 2011.
  57. S De Ridder, P-F Migeotte, X Neyt, N Pattyn, and G K Prisk. Three-dimensional ballistocardiography in microgravity: a review of past research.. In Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society,EMBC, 2011 Annual International Conference of the IEEE, volume 2011, pages 4267-70, Boston, January 2011.
  58. S De Ridder, X Neyt, N Pattyn, and P-F Migeotte. Comparison between EEMD, wavelet and FIR denoising: influence on event detection in impedance cardiography.. In Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society,EMBC, 2011 Annual International Conference of the IEEE, pages 806-9, Boston, January 2011.
  59. Fabien Gabriel, Frederik De Belie, Pascal Druyts, Xavier Neyt, and Philippe Lataire. Sensorless drive of surface mounted permanent-magnet brushless DC machines with diametric windings based on inductance measurements. In IEEE International Conference on Power Electronics (ICPE'11) - ECCE Asia, volume 1, pages 1236-1243, Jeju, Korea, 2011. IEEE.
  60. Fabien Gabriel, Frederik De Belie, Peter Sergeant, and Xavier Neyt. Modelling the impact of the stator currents on inductance-based sensorless control of brushless DC-machines. In 2011 Symposium on Sensorless Control for Electrical Drives, pages 56-63, Birmingham, UK, September 2011. IEEE.
  61. V. Kubica, E. Cristofani, and X. Neyt. Strategies for mitigating the strong direct path signal in passive bistatic SAR imaging. In Proceedings of the IEEE SP Symposium on Information Theory and Signal Processing, Brussels, BE, May 2011.
  62. V Kubica, R Hock, E Cristofani, and X Neyt. Strategies for the calibration of an array of patch antennas in passive bistatic {SAR} imaging. In Proc. of the IEEE Radar conference, Kansas City, MI, May 2011.
  63. P.-F. Migeotte, N. Pattyn, I. Funtova, J. Tank, R. M. Baevsky, G. K. Prisk, X. Neyt, Nathalie Pattyn, and G. K. Prisk. Three dimensional ballistocardiography: methodology and results from microgravity and dry immersion. In M. Di Rienzo and P.-F. Migeotte, editors, 33rd Annual International Conference of the IEEE EMBS, Boston, Massachusetts USA, August 30 - September 3, 2011, Boston, 2011.
  64. G. Kim; Migeotte, P.-F.; Tank, J.; Pattyn, N.; Neyt, X.; Funtova, I.; Prisk and R. M. Baevsky. Vector Analysis of 3D-Ballistocardiography in Zero-Gravity and Dry Immersion – A Pilot Study. In 18th IAA Humans in Space Symposium, page 2256, Houston, 2011.
  65. K I Buytaert, S A E Nooij, X Neyt, P.-F. P-F Migeotte, R Vanspauwen, P H Van De Heyning, F L Wuyts, H G MacDougall, and P H Van de Heyning. A new model for utricular function testing using a sinusoidal translation profile during unilateral centrifugation.. Audiology neurotology, 15(6):343-352, 2010.
  66. Fabien Gabriel, Frederik De Belie, Pascal Druyts, and Xavier Neyt. Strategy to detect and prevent the current zero-crossing for inverter powered drives. In IEEE International Conference on Electrical Machines (ICEM'10), pages 1-6, Rome, Italy, 2010. IEEE.
  67. V. Kubica, X. Neyt, and C. Barbier. A first approach to opportunistic bistatic SAR using a phased-array. In Proceedings of the URSI 2010 Benelux forum, Brussels, BE, September 2010.
  68. P-F Migeotte, N Pattyn, R Vanspauwen, X Neyt, M Acheroy, P H Van de Heyning, and F L Wuyts. Respiratory sinus arrhythmia on the ESA-short-arm human centrifuge.. IEEE engineering in medicine and biology magazine : the quarterly magazine of the Engineering in Medicine & Biology Society, 28(6):86-91, 2010.
  69. Nathalie Pattyn, Pierre-François Migeotte, Xavier Neyt, Annick van den Nest, and Raymond Cluydts. Comparing real-life and laboratory-induced stress reactivity on cardio-respiratory parameters: differentiation of a tonic and a phasic component.. Physiology & behavior, 101(2):218-23, September 2010.
  70. Anis Elyouncha, Xavier Neyt, and Marc Acheroy. Radiometric cross-calibration of spaceborne scatterometers: first results. In Proceedings of SPIE Remote Sensing of the Ocean, Sea Ice and Large Water Regions 2009, volume 74730B, Berlin, GE, September 2009. SPIE.
  71. Fabien Gabriel, Frederik De Belie, Pascal Druyts, Xavier Neyt, Jan Melkebeek, and Marc Acheroy. Compensating the influence of the stator resistor and inverter nonlinearities in signal-injection based sensorless strategies. In 2009 IEEE Vehicle Power and Propulsion Conference, pages 283-290, Dearborn, USA, September 2009. IEEE.
  72. P.-F. Migeotte, N Pattyn, R Vanspauwen, X Neyt, M Acheroy, and F Wuyts. Imposed and controlled breathing during tilt tests: preliminary cosmonaut autonomic adaptation. In 17th IAA Humans in Space Symposium, Houston, 2009.
  73. Pierre-François Migeotte, Nathalie Pattyn, Robby Vanspauwen, Xavier Neyt, Marc Acheroy, Paul Van De Heyning, and Floris L Wuyts. Respiratory sinus arrhythmia on the ESA-short-arm human centrifuge.. IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Magazine, 28(6):86-91, 2009.
  74. P Decroix, X Neyt, and M Acheroy. Correction of the impact of refraction due to environmental conditions in high resolution SAR. In 2008 International Conference on Radar, pages 335-339. IEEE, September 2008.
  75. P Decroix, X Neyt, and M Acheroy. Impact of wave refraction due to environmental conditions on image processing quality in high resolution SAR. In 2008 IEEE Radar Conference, pages 1-5. IEEE, May 2008.
  76. P.-F. Migeotte, N Pattyn, R Vanspauwen, X Neyt, M Acheroy, P Van de Heyning, and F Wuyts. Respiratory Sinus Arrhythmia on the ESA-short arm human centrifuge: a comparison of hypergravity vs microgravity influences on cardiorespiratory interactions.. In 5th Conference of the European Study Group on Cardiovascular Oscillations, Parma, 2008.
  77. X Neyt. Space-time adaptive processing for multistatic radars. PhD thesis, Royal Military Academy & Université de Liege, 2008.
  78. N Pattyn, P.-F. Migeotte, X Neyt, and R Cluydts. Differentiation of a tonic and a phasic component to stress reactivity. In 5th Conference of the European Study Group on Cardiovascular Oscillations, 2008.
  79. Nathalie Pattyn, Xavier Neyt, David Henderickx, and Eric Soetens. Psychophysiological investigation of vigilance decrement: boredom or cognitive fatigue?. Physiology & behavior, 93(1-2):369-78, January 2008.
  80. P Ries, X Neyt, F D Lapierre, and J G Verly. Fundamentals of spatial and Doppler frequencies in radar STAP. IEEE Transactions on Aerospace and Electronic Systems, 44(3):1118-1135, July 2008.
  81. A P Weerts, P Migeotte, N Pattyn, X Neyt, K I Buytaert, T P Peeters, H Macdougall, G Clément, A Diederich, B Cohen, S Moore, Van De Heyning P H, and F L Wuyts. Heart rate variability during centrifugation in astronauts prior to and after long duration spaceflight: preliminary data. In 10th ESA Life Sciences Symposium, Life in Space for Life on Earth, Angers, France, pages 2-3, Angers, 2008.
  82. X Neyt, M Acheroy, and J G Verly. Maximum-likelihood based range-dependence compensation for coherent multistatic STAP radar. In IEEE Radar Conference, pages 772-777. IEEE, April 2007.
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