We’re excited to announce Mehdi‘s Ph.D. dissertation defense on “Microwave Sensors” scheduled for December 15th at 11:00 AM in Magenta Room (University of Pavia).
This event is open to everyone. For more details, please contact us through our email addresses.
Join us in exploring the cutting-edge advancements in microwave sensor technology!
You are cordially invited to join us for a seminar entitled ‘Current Challenges and Future Needs in mm-Wave Test and Measurement.’ The event will be hosted by Dr. Stefano Moscato of SIAE Microelettronica and is scheduled for December 5th, 2023, at 9:00 AM. The venue is the Magenta Seminar Room, located within the Faculty of Engineering.
This seminar is an integral part of the “Microwave Measurements” course and is sponsored by the Pavia Engineering Student Branch (PESB) and IEEE Student Branch Pavia.
For details about the speaker and a brief overview of the seminar, please refer to the speaker bio and abstract.
We look forward to your presence at this engaging session.
We have the pleasure of inviting you to a webinar titled ‘Portable Radar Systems at the Human-Microwave Frontier: Life Activity Sensing and Human Tracking,’ hosted by Professor Changzhi Li from the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at Texas Tech University (USA). The event is scheduled for October 24th at 2:30 PM and will be held in the A3 Room of the Faculty of Engineering.
The seminar is organized in the framework of the course “Strumentazione biomedica” and it is sponsorized by Pavia Engineering Student Branch (PESB) and IEEE Student Branch Pavia.
Here you can find the bio of the speaker anda short abstract of the seminar.
Hoping to see you there!
WELCOME TO THE 2023/24 ACADEMIC YEAR!
We’re thrilled to kick off another year of microwave courses. Take a moment to explore our professors’ pages and learn about the fascinating research they’re involved in. It’s a great way to get inspired and find your academic interests. Don’t miss out – dive into the world of microwaves with us!
After the resounding success of the previous European Microwave Week (EuMW 2022) held in Milan, Italy, the spotlight now shifts to the German edition. From September 17th to the 22nd, a delegation from our team will participate in the conference taking place in Berlin, Germany. Let’s wish everyone a good time in Berlin!
Visit the website to know more: https://www.eumweek.com/
We are thrilled to announce the launch of the new website for the Microwave Laboratory! You can now explore our research activities, recent projects, and informative resources more conveniently. The website provides a comprehensive overview of our expertise in the field of microwaves and related technologies. Stay updated on the latest news and laboratory events through the dedicated section. We invite you to visit the website and discover how we are contributing to innovation in this fascinating field.
For the old-fashioned, HERE is the link to the old website.
GLACIER MONITORING ON TOP OF ITALY
In a bid to address the impacts of climate change on alpine glaciers, our researchers have been at the forefront of developing an innovative radar system named Snowave. This radar technology, initially designed for monitoring snow cover, has evolved to offer non-destructive measurements of glacier thickness and valuable insights into glacier health. Conducting practical field tests in collaboration with Fondazione Montagna Sicura, the team’s efforts aim to assess glacier conditions and contribute to broader glacier-related research.
Read the full article here: https://www.unipv.news/notizie/rilievi-ad-alta-quota-da-pavia-al-colle-del-gigante
HIGH SCHOOL STAGE/PTCO 2023
On Monday 26th of June, the researchers of the MWLAB conducted a theoretical and experimental lecture for high school students participating in a summer stage at our university. The students were introduced to the concept of microwaves and learned about the main research topics in microwave technology carried out in our laboratory. After the presentations, the students had the opportunity to visit our laboratory, including a visit to the anechoic chamber. Following that, a series of experiments were conducted to demonstrate and validate the concepts taught during the previous lectures.
We are glad to annuonce that some of us will bring their works at the International Microwave Symposium (IMS) 2023 in San Diego (CA) in the week 11-16 June 2023.
Visit the website to know more: https://ims-ieee.org/
Snow is a very important environmental variable and a primary water resource in many areas of the world. Monitoring seasonal snowpack properties is crucial for properly managing snow-related hazards such as snow avalanches and snowmelt-floods. Microwave radars have been proposed as a mean to non-destructively monitor snowpacks, but they face several problems. From the electromagnetic point of view, snow is a complex material that can change its electromagnetic properties within seconds. Moreover, it is almost impossible to be studied inside a laboratory and some of the sites for studying the snow in good conditions can be hard-to-reach and with adverse meteorological conditions. All these aspects make the study of snow a real challenge. This seminar will focus on the techniques to study the snow using microwaves and how these techniques are applied in the field.