Visiting addressGunnar Randers vei 19
Guest lecturer Ilangko Balasingham will give an overview of wireless medical applications including wireless body area sensor networks in the context of 5G. He will briefly walk through new technologies for remote diagnosis, monitoring and treatment with examples.
Anne-Lena Kampen has submitted her thesis entitled:“Wireless Sensor Networks: energy efficiency and path recovery” in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of PhD in Telematics at the Department of Information Security and Communication Technology, NTNU.
Marianne Zeyringer will be supervising 1‐2 students to undertake a spatial analysis of the socio ‐ environmental and technical constraints to wind and PV development in Norway.
Christopher A. Dirdal has submitted his thesis entitled:
“Metamaterial effective parameters”
in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of PhD in Electronics and Telecommunications at the Department of Electronic Systems, NTNU.
Propagation channel models for body centric wireless sensor networks will be discussed. Recent developments within in-body, on-body and body-to-body propagation channel modelling activities will be presented.
During two days she will moderate a panel on materials needs for energy sustainability by 2050. Here is an interview about that http://www.mrs.org/spring2017
In the autumn of 2019, ITS can offer its first study programme. You will find useful information about the programme here
During three days, our new students will have the possibility to engage in the introduction week at ITS. It is mandatory for everybody to attend our arrangement on Wednesday the 14th of August at 10 am.
Monday, Martin Rytir vil give a presentation on his PhD-research on Satellite-Earth Propagation Effects at Low Elevation Angles: Measurements and Modeling.
Martin Rytir has submitted his thesis entitled: “Satellite-Earth Propagation Effects at Low Elevation Angles; Measurements and Modelling” in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of PhD in Electronics and Telecommunciations at the Department of Electronic Systems, NTNU.
There is no doubt that Australia and Japan are two different countries in many ways, for instance from the point of view of their climate, resources, landscape. Such differences are important when considering which renewable energy sources are appropriate to invest into.