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Dr. R. J. MAILLOUX awarded "Bruno Kessler" Honorary Professor The ELEDIA Research Center is pleased to announce that Dr. Robert J. MAILLOUX will receive the title of Honorary Professor "Bruno Kessler" of the University of Trento. The title is reserved to personalities of great international relevance that have distinguished themselves for the quality of their scientific and intellectual contribution. The title will be presented on Friday May 27, 2016 in the Aula Magna of the "Ferrari" building of the University of Trento. The event will be introduced by the Rector Prof. Paolo COLLINI and by the DISI Director Prof. Niculae SEBE. Prof. Paolo ROCCA, Director of the ELEDIA Research Center @ UniTN, will then present the Laudatio for Dr. MAILLOUX. The conferment of the Honorary Professor "Bruno Kessler" title will be followed by the Lectio Magistralis by Dr. Robert J. MAILLOUX. Event info:
Where:
Aula Magna, "Ferrari" Building, Via Sommarive 9, 38123 Trento
When:
Friday, May 27, 2016, h. 10:30 AM
Contact Point:
Prof. Paolo ROCCA (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.)
Additional information can be found here.
Short Course by Prof. Massa @ Nagasaki
The ELEDIA Research Center is pleased to announce the Short Course on "Synthesis Techniques for Antenna Arrays (Part 6) – ‘Conventional’ Synthesis Methods for Uniformly‚ÄźSpaced Linear Arrays (USLA)”’ that will be held by Prof. A. Massa on March 22-24, 2016 at University of Nagasaki (Nagasaki, Japan). For additional information you can click here.

Yarman-Carlin Student Award won by Dr. Polo at the IEEE MMS-2015
The paper titled "Improved Wireless Localization of Mobile Devices in Smart Indoor Scenarios" has been awarded at the 2015 IEEE International Mediterranean Microwave Symposium, Lecce, Italy, November 30-December 2, 2015.

The ELEDIA@UniNAGA, Japan, directed by Prof. Toshifumi Moriyama, is one of the ELEDIA laboratories aiming to strengthen the ongoing research activities developed in cooperation with the ELEDIA@UniTN, Italy, and with the international network of ELEDIA Laboratories, as well as to establish new research areas arising in the framework of active (and future) research and projects.


More in detail, the research activities developed at the ELEDIA@UniNAGA include (but are not limited to) the study and design of efficient approaches for the non-invasive monitoring of complex structures, with focus on both theoretical and practical issues. In this sense, structural health monitoring (SHM) systems are under study looking at the innovative integration of fast and efficient software-based analysis tools, exploiting the potentialities of compact smart wireless sensors and devices (for example, the low-cost and low-power nodes of a Wireless Sensor Network) monitoring the structure under test.
 
Thanks to the active involvement of several ELEDIA members (bachelor and master students, PhD students, researchers, Professors) the solutions investigated at the ELEDIA@UniNAGA are developed from the early-design level up to the prototyping and demonstration phase.