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09 NOV

The CTTC organizes the Course on “Wireless Networks: From Energy Harvesting to Information Processing”

09 November 2015 - 13 November 2015

CTTC is pleased to announce the course on Wireless Networks: From Energy Harvesting to Information Processing, from the European School of Antennas (ESoA) to be held on November 9th-13th, 2015, in CTTC premises. This course will provide the fundamental tools to analyse and design wireless networks in the context of energy harvesting techniques for autonomous [...]

22 SEP

Radio frequency and sensor technologies for university-industry research collaboration – making inroads into successes

22 September 2015 - 22 September 2015

ABSTRACT: Radio frequency (RF) and wireless sensor technologies have been impacting the new millennium with the greatest force than ever before. The motto is to wirelessly collect and process data at every point of transactions of our everyday life for the betterment of national economy, health and wellbeing of mass population. Wi-fi, near field communications [...]

26 AUG

Senior Researcher, Apostolos Georgiadis awarded by Samsung Global Research Outreach

Apostolos Georgiadis, senior researcher at CTTC, has been selected as a winner of the 2015 SAMSUNG Global Research Outreach (GRO) Program. Title: High Efficiency Multiple Energy Harvesting System for Next Generation Battery (eNHANCE) Abstract: Harvesting energy from our surroundings is an exciting technology alternative in order to meet the energy needs for Wearable /portable devices [...]

25 AUG

“Science is wonder-ful”: 10th Anniversary of the European Researchers’ Night

Project SWAP, coordinated by Senior Researcher and Marie Curie Fellow Apostolos Georgiadis is invited to participate in Science is Wonderful: 10th Anniversary of the European Researchers’ Night Autoworld Museum, Parc du Cinquantenaire 11 1000 Brussels. “Science is wonder-ful” aims at showing the best of the NIGHT experiences around Europe over the last 10 years plus [...]

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24 AUG

Weekly Seminar: “Physics and mathematics of radio wave propagation in cellular wireless communications”

24 August 2015 - 24 August 2015
Speaker: Prof. Tapan K. Sarkar, Prof. Magdalena Salazar-Palma

ABSTRACT: The objective of this talk is to illustrate that an electromagnetic macro model can accurately predict the dominant component of the propagation path loss for a cellular wireless communication. The reason a macro model can provide accurate results that agree with experiments is because the trees, buildings, and other man made obstacles contribute second order [...]

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