Erik Lintz Christensen received the M.Sc. degree in electronic engineering from the Technical University of Denmark (DTU) in 1966. He became an associate professor 1973, a reader 1988, and from 2000 a full professor of Microwave Systems. He served as the chairman of the faculty of Electrical Engineering (1988-92) and as head of Electromagnetic Systems, a section of Ørsted•DTU (2001-06). He is with the Danish National Space Center, DTU, since 2007. His work has covered many aspects of radar, radio communications, and high frequency and microwave electronics. This includes the design of 60 MHz and 300 MHz radars for acquisition of the thickness of the inland ice of Greenland and Antarctica, equipment for measuring the complex transfer function of a 15 GHz line-of-sight radio path, a system for measuring amplitude and phase of antenna near-field patterns, and a dual frequency polarimetric Synthetic Aperture Radar (SAR) system. He has been project leader on a number of research and development projects including the Danish Airborne SAR program (1990-94) later integrated into the Danish Center for Remote Sensing where he was the co-leader. 1999-2004 he was leading a research program developing technology for next generation SAR systems and since 1998 he has revived the work with radars for ice sounding.
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