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CST STUDIO SUITE - MICROWAVE AND ANTENNA - TRAINING SESSION AT UON   

Posted 27 May 2016

CST delivered a full day training session at the University of Nottingham for the CST MICROWAVE STUDIO® (CST MWS®), a CST® software package of CST STUDIO SUITE dedicated to electromagnetic simulation of high-frequency applications.

CONFERENCE PARTICIPATION AT THE AEROSPACE 2016 MEETING

Posted 20 April 2016

The NEMF21 project is participating in the organization of a special session of the Aerospace 2016 meeting in Florence from 22 till 23 of June (see website for more details). The session is organised by Gabriele Gradoni and Olivier Legrand and its title is “Statistical methods for complex electromagnetic media and wireless environments”.

APS MARCH MEETING

Posted 18 March 2016

University of Nottingham’ Gabriele Gradoni Gabriele attended the APS March meeting in Baltimore, where he has learnt about the state of the art of propagation studies in metamaterial surfaces and the characterization of surface wave dynamics in nanometric antennas.

DIRECTED ENERGY PROGRAM SYMPOSIUM (DEPS) 2016

Posted 11 March 2016

Within a side project with the University of Maryland, College Park, USA, Gabriele had the opportunity to attend the Directed Energy Program Symposium (DEPS) 2016, organized by the US Office of Naval research (ONR) in Albuquerque (NM), USA. Characterization of noise and interference in circuits is one of the main issues discussed at the symposium. Daryl Beetner (Chair of Electrical Engineering, University of Missouri Rolla) is an expert in this field, with particular emphasis in near field scanning of deterministic sources.

WELCOMED TO NEMF21

Posted 1 March 2016

TUM welcome Michael Haider who is now filling one of the PhD positions at TUM. Michael received his M.Sc. degree from TUM working on near-field scanning of radiated electromagnetic interference.

VISIT TO TUM

By Katie Gill posted 23 February 2016

Gregor Tanner and Gabriele Gradoni from the University Nottingham visited the team at TUM on 23rd February 2016. 

VISIT TO IMST

Posted 12 February 2016

Gregor Tanner, Ismaeel Maricar and Sendy Phang from the University Nottingham visited IMST between 1st and 12th February. Ismaeel, Sendy and David Schäfer from IMST composed a set of approaches to study near-field communication. Several types of antenna are proposed such as monopole patch antennas, Vivaldi antennas, bond-wire antennas, and monopole wire antennas. The goal was to define first benchmarks for testing on-PCB communication and to arrive at a mutual understanding of the definition of ‘EM-noise’. Discussions were very fruitful, and IMST and UoN have defined a set of benchmark examples. These benchmarks are defined in such a way that they include suitable measurement connectors and can be simulated using EMPIRE XPU (no active components, low-to-medium complexity).

EUROPEAN MICROWAVE CONFERENCE

Posted 5 February 2015

Joint publications with NXP, ISAE, TUM and UoN submitted at European Microwave Conference 2016 on the topic of “Near-Field Emissions of Connected Objects: Effects of Environmental Uncertainties”. The 46th European Microwave Conference (EuMC) represents the main event in the European Microwave Week 2016, the largest event in Europe dedicated to microwave components, systems and technology. The conference is taking place at the ExCel in London, 4-6 October 2016. Further details are on the website: http://www.eumweek.com/conferences/eumc.html

VISIT TO NICE

Posted 30 January 2016

Gabriele Gradoni and Ismaeel Maricar from the University of Nottingham visited the team in Nice.

EMPIRE TRAINING

Posted 14 January 2016

Dr Andrea Wien from IMST visited the University of Nottingham and held an EMPIRE training session for staff and students.