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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 [...]

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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 [...]

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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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