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IEEE Montreal Keynote Event

June 12 @ 9:00 pm - 10:15 pm

Please join us for this year IEEE Montréal Keynote Event: Novel Solutions for Microwave Sensors A broad range of different physical quantities can be determined by adopting electromagnetic techniques at microwave frequency: among them, an important class of sensors aims at the determination of the electric and magnetic characteristics of materials, for instance with the scope to establish the content of a certain element in liquids. Another class of sensors are devoted to the accurate determination of the linear or the angular displacement of a target. Depending on the intended application, the requested features of microwave sensors are typically the compact size, the low manufacturing cost, and the easy design and fabrication, as well as the good accuracy of the results.This talk will provide an overview of some recent achievements in the area of microwave sensors, for applications ranging from the characterization of the electrical properties of materials to the determination of rotation and proximity. The use of planar structures and SIW technology, the fabrication by additive manufacturing, as well as the adoption of hybrid solutions will be presented and discussed. Speaker(s): Professor Maurizio Bozzi Room: 6900, Bldg: INRS, Énergie Matériaux Télécommunications Research Centre, 800, De La Gauchetière W. (6th level), Montreal, Quebec, Canada, H5A 1K6