Time: 9:00 - 12:00am
Venue: EECS Computer Science Building Queen Mary, University of London Mile End London UK E1 4NS
The European School of Antennas (ESoA) presents a third course in a series on Antennas & Propagation for Body-Centric Wireless Communication. The course addresses the main issues related to body-centric wireless communications from antennas and radio propagation prospective including measurement techniques, statistical analysis, analytical and numerical studies and system-related aspects of such communication networks. The course will introduce the current state-of-the-art and potential development in the area including challenges and theoretical limitations. Concepts such as diversity antennas, textile electronics, mm-wave systems, Ultra Wideband communications, etc. will be covered in this course with relation to theoretical and practical aspects. The course will also include a lab session organised and run by CST! More HERE
This course will cover various topics and issues related to body-centric networks and their applications including:
Fundamentals of antennas & propagation for body-centric communications
Measurement techniques for on/off-body radio channel characterisation
Mm-wave Antennas and radio propagation for body-centric networks
Numerical modelling techniques for antenna and propagation analysis
Physical and digital phantoms for body-centric wireless communications
Body-Worn RF Flexible Electronics for Medical Sensing and Communications
Standards and real-life applications in sports, healthcare and security
Speakers and Lecturers
Prof. John L.Volakis, Ohio State University, USA.
Prof. Guang-Zhong Yang, Imperial College London, UK.
Prof. Koichi Ito, Chiba University, Japan.
Prof. Peter Hall, University of Birmingham, UK.
Prof. Yang Hao, Queen Mary, University of London, UK. (Course coordinator: firstname.lastname@example.org)
Prof. William Scanlon, Queen’s University Belfas, UK.
Prof. Clive Parini, Queen Mary, University of London, UK.
Dr. Mohan Jayawardene, Computer Simulation Technology (CST, UK)
Dr. Akram Alomainy, Queen Mary, University of London, UK. (Course organisation: email@example.com)
Prof. Yang Hao, QMUL
Dr. Akram Alomainy, QMUL
Dr. Alice Pellegrini, QMUL
Alessio Brizzi, QMUL
Max Ovidio Munoz Torrico, QMUL
Khaleda Ali, QMUL
Ke Yang, QMUL