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15-12-2016 IEEE-JMMCT Special Section on MbD
28-11-2016 Prof. Massa's IEEE AP DL seminar in Japan
01-11-2016 METAMORPHOSE VI AISBL support IWMbD2016 with two grants
27-10-2016 Upcoming Seminar of Prof. Giandomenico Amendola
23-10-2016 Prof. Weng Cho Chew elected AP-S President
20-10-2016 Prof. Oliveri named Associate Editor of IEEE AWPL
18-10-2016 Short Course by Prof. Massa @ Nagasaki
15-10-2016 Two weeks left for submitting to IWMbD2016
16-09-2016 IEEE AP/ED/MTT North Italy Student Awards are open
16-09-2016 Prof. Massa Awarded as Fellow of the IET
14-09-2016 Barzilai Prize won by Ing. Anselmi
13-09-2016 Ing. Tenuti recipient of a CNIT Award
11-09-2016 Trial of ELEDIA hosTESS connected to Trentino TETRA Network
27-07-2016 Prof. Andrea Massa Interview on UESTC website
22-07-2016 IEEE AP/ED/MTT North Italy Chapter has been awarded
27-05-2016 Dr. R. J. MAILLOUX awarded "Bruno Kessler" Honorary Professor
15-04-2016 Prof. Yikai Chen awarded at the 12th “The Thousand Talents Plan”
21-02-2016 Proceedings IEEE: ELEDIA Paper on Unconventional Phased Arrays
21-01-2016 R. J. Mailloux has joined ELEDIA
04-08-2015 Prof. Massa is IEEE AP-S Distinguished Lecturer


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.