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Gościnne wykłady prof. Luciano Tarricone

Dodano 2017-06-06 o godzinie 13:55:58, autor Rafał Lech
Od 8 do 10 czerwca w Katedrze Inżynierii Mikrofalowej będzie gościnnie prowadził wykłady prof. Luciano Tarricone z Uniwersytetu w Salento. Tematyka wykładu "Sustainable and Low-cost Electromagnetic Enabling Technologies for the Internet of Things" dotyczy bezprzewodowego przekazywania energii, technologii RFID oraz zasilania urządzeń elektronicznych z wykorzystaniem energii otoczenia (energy harvesting). Wykłady przeznaczone są dla studentów 4 semestru studiów magisterskich (IKB (w ramach przedmiotu wykład monograficzny), ale zapraszamy również studentów lat niższych oraz wszystkich zainteresowanych.

Terminarz wykładów:
Czwartek 8 czerwca godz. 9-13 sali NE140 (sala RW)
Piątek 9 czerwca godz. 9-13 w sali NE140 (sala RW)
Sobota 10 czerwca godz. 8.30-10.30 w sali NE005

Informacje o tematyce wykładu i prof. Tarricone zamieszczono poniżej.
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Sustainable and Low-cost Electromagnetic Enabling Technologies for the Internet of Things
Electromagnetic (EM) theory and technologies play a major role in the development of the so-called Internet of Things (IoT). In this course we focus on some of the relevant EM concepts. We focus first on EM energy harvesting and Wireless Power Transmission (WPT) as key issues for energy-autonomous systems, and discuss on how optimizing WPT systems. Later on we discuss the use of RFID systems as crucial solutions for context intelligence (sensor tags). We discuss how to render such solutions wearable and implantable as well. As such systems must be safe, we address the important issue of human interaction with EM fields, so to render the mentioned technologies sustainable.
Luciano Tarricone is a Full Professor of Electromagnetic Fields at the Department of Innovation Engineering, University of Salento in Lecce, Italy. He received a Laurea degree in Electronic Engineering at the University of Rome 1, Italy, in 1989, and his PhD from the same university in 1994, with a thesis on biological effects of EM fields. He was a research fellow at the National Institute of Health in Rome, Italy, involved in EM compatibility of implanted pacemakers, and contributing to the first European draft of safety standards. Since late 1990 up to 1994 he has been with IBM Research. He was first with the Scientific Center in Rome (speech recognition group), later on with European Center for Scientific and Engineering Computing (ECSEC), dealing with high performance computing and mathematical methods and simulation models. In 2001 he moved to the University of Lecce. At the University of Salento in Lecce he coordinates now the EM research group and laboratory, composed of 2 researchers, 1 research fellow, 6 PhDS students, 3 external coworkers.
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