During the IEEE International Microwave Symposium (IMS2016) held in San Francisco, California, 22-27 May 2016 and organized by the IEEE Microwave Theory and Technique Society (MTT-S), an Italian undergraduate student of University of Pavia, Giulia Maria Rocco (IEEE student member) has been awarded of one of the 10th Undergraduate/Pre-graduate Scholarship – (https://www.mtt.org/students) of IEEE MTT Society for her project proposal.
The research proposal presents a low-loss and reconfigurable microwave components in SIW technology, manufactured by 3D printing. This device will open new perspectives in the field of wireless sensor networks and the Internet of Things, thanks to its compact size, flexibility, easy fabrication, and low cost. Her faculty mentor is Maurizio Bozzi (University of Pavia), IEEE Senior Member.
Congratulations to our young student member for this important award!
The “F. Gasparini National PhD School” in Electrical Sciences, in cooperation with the IEEE Italy Section is delighted to organize the 1-st edition of the IEEE – Gasparini International School: Advanced Course in Electrical Engineering Naples, October 23-30 2016
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Pavia, July 11 to 15, 2016, Palazzo Vistarino.
“The topic of the course deals with Hybrid Microgrids, that are energy systems for powering small to medium power consumers in island or connected to the grid. Such systems are important not only for the developing countries looking for higher level of electrification, but also for the industrialized one as engaged in the definition of future smart energy systems, powered by distributed sources. The course is addressed not only to doctoral students from Pavia (IEIE) or abroad, but to all researchers interested in the issues of energy in its aspects of components, systems and controls. Also professional and graduated students are welcome until full coverage.”
Subjects include interests in the field of electrical engineering, electronics and information and areas connected to them, or cover topics of relevance to the IEEE. This bond is strengthened by the involvement of the Student Branch who is in charge of the invitation of the IEEE Distinguished Lecturers. Besides, we have been granted with the cooperative sponsorship of IEEE Italy Section and by CMAEL (Associazione Italiana dei ricercatori in convertitori macchine ed azionamenti elettrici).
The PhD school “Multiscale Bioengineering: from Molecules to organs (µMBioEng)” tries to elucidate how information coming from different scale in vivo biosignals and models can be integrated in bioengineering. A transversal approach is followed, involving bioengineers, medical physicists, researchers in biomechanics and biomaterials. Dedicated lectures will be given concerning molecular, biomaterial, and whole-organ models to be used for diagnostics and for therapy planning along with lectures introducing advanced biomedical signal processing techniques, with special emphasis on multiscale integration of information, and to signal processing as a support for the identification and validation of patient-specific models.
Perugia, June 6-10 2016.
The Medical Informatics Summer School 2016 aims to provide basic and advanced knowledge in several fields of applications such security and safety for hospitals, decision support systems in medicine for diagnosis, prognosis, and therapy, bioinformatics, biometry, robotics for therapy, virtual/augmented reality for surgery, ambient assisted living. Several courses and workshops for each session will be delivered by international academic and industrial experts and will cover different aspects of Medical Informatics making the summer school accessible to a wide range of PhD Students and Researchers.
September, 13th – 17th 2016, Biblioteca Comunale “Giovanni Bovio”, Trani, Puglia, Italy
I soci della Section
Leila De Floriani (University of Genova), Maria Gabriella Di Benedetto (Sapienza University of Rome), Vincenzo Galdi (University of Sannio), Frank Marzano (Sapienza University of Rome), Farid Melgani (University of Trento), Antonio Napolitano (University of Naples – Parthenope), Luca Perregrini (University of Pavia), Domenico Prattichizzo (Universita di Siena), Matteo Sonza Reorda (Politecnico di Torino), Giovanni Spagnuolo (University of Salerno), Luca Zaccarian (University of Trento)
sono stati nominati IEEE Fellow.
A tutti loro i complimenti della Section.
La “2015 IEEE Winter Academy on Internet of Things” è organizzata dalla IEEE e dall’Universita’ degli Studi di Milano, e si terra’ dal 14 al 16 dicembre presso la sede dell’Università in via Festa del Perdono 7, Milano.
Questa e’ una scuola invernale per studenti di Dottorato di Ricerca e professionisti interessati ad approfondire aspetti teorici e applicativi di questa tematica.
La scuola rilascera’ una certificazione delle attivita’ svolte e delle competenze acquisite, previo superamento di un esame finale, che potra’ essere usata ai fini del riconoscimento di attivita’ formative presso Dottorati di Ricerca, secondo le modalita’ previste dai rispettivi regolamenti.