Seminarium prof. Roberto Gomez-Garcia termin 26.07.2018, godz. 12:00

Mamy przyjemność zaprosić na seminarium które proprowadzi prof. Roberto Gomez-Garcia z Uniwersytetu Alcalá de Henares
Termin 26.07.2018 ( czwartek), godz. 12
Miejsce. 122 WETI A

- Tytuł: "Exploiting short-range multi-mode continuous-wave radar architectures in biomedical applications"

- Abstract: Short-range radars are non-contact devices that are attracting much attention from the RF/microwave community. In particular, they are being applied in healthcare contexts, ranging from hospital to indoor and outdoor environments, e.g., for monitoring of vital signs and/or tracking of human activities. This talk presents an overview of standard architectures for short-range biomedical radars as well as recently-proposed hybrid schemes, which combine different operation modes, leading to performance improvement. Specifically, hybridizations associated with Doppler, frequency-modulated continuous-wave, and tone-ranging-based schemes are addressed from theoretical and simulation viewpoints. Some experiments on vital-sign monitoring and human-aware localization are also shown.

Short Bio: Roberto Gómez-García is an Associate Professor at the Department of Signal Theory and Communications, University of Alcalá, Alcalá de Henares, Spain, where he teaches courses in microwave engineering. His research interests are in the pursuit of new concepts to design advanced fixed-/reconfigurable-frequency RF filters and multiplexers in planar, hybrid and MMIC technologies, multi-function circuits, and novel software-defined radio and radar architectures for telecommunications, remote sensing and biomedical applications. He has been an Associate Editor for several IEEE Journals, including IEEE Transactions on Microwave Theory and Techniques and IEEE Transactions on Circuits and Systems I. He was the recipient of the 2016 IEEE Microwave Theory and Techniques Society (MTT-S) Outstanding Young Engineer Award, and is an Adjunct Part-Time Professor at the University of Electronic Science and Technology of China, Chengdu, China.