Since 2000, seven seminars on “detection systems: architecture and technology” have been organized to create a space of exchange in which eminent researchers and scientists have presented the latest technologies related to the fields of radar, information theory, cryptography, interoperability and the integration of weapon systems.
At the end of the seventh edition organized in 2017 (DAT2017), it was decided by the scientific committee of the seminar to raise the DAT seminar to the rank of an international conference entitled “International Conference Defense Systems: Architectures and Technologies” This conference edition will be held from 14 to 16 April 2020 in Constantine.
Founded in 300 B.C, and historically known as the city of “Cirta”, Constantine was home to multiple civilizations throughout history, making it one the most historically and culturally diverse cities in the Mediterranean region.
With its rocky stature, virtuous waters, mild rehearsal of light, charming silhouettes beyond all reach, resonance of beautiful music flying back and forth under the imposing and silent bridges, served as an inspiration to poets and musicians
Once in Constantine, and wherever he goes in the city, the visitor will always meet something which will both puzzle him and satisfy his senses. Just a general glance at the natural beauty of the site will charm any demanding viewer.
From the Sidi M’cid Bridge called the Suspended Bridge, we can look down upon rocky cliffs and see the Rhummel River. Beginning as a small stream tumbling over a rocky bed, the water course becomes deeper and deeper as it follows a natural course down the canyon.
Constantine is also home to some of Algeria’s most renowned scientists and scholars, and thus the city celebrates the day of knowledge, on the 16th of April each year, a celebration that will coincide with ICDAT 2020, making it a great opportunity to discover and take part in the different events and activities that will be held throughout the celebrations of this special day.