RWW and MTT-S is hosting a joint “MTT-S Technical Winter Meeting & RWW DML Special Session” on Monday, 22 January 2024. The new MTT-S Distinguished Microwave Lecturers (DMLs) in the Class of 2024-2026 will present in the session. This session is open to public without requirement on registration.
- “Maximum Power Transfer Efficiency of MIMO-WPT System”, Qiaowei Yuan, Tohoku Institute of Technology, Japan
- “Additive Manufacturing: Emerging Opportunities for Microwave Components”, Cristiano Tomassoni, University of Perugia, Italy
- “100-300 GHz Wireless Communications”, Mark Rodwell, University of California Santa Barbara, USA
- “Ubiquitous Health Monitoring Using Wearable and Non-contact Sensors”, Negar Tavassolian, Stevens Institute of Technology, USA
- “The Future of Heterogeneous Integration for mmWave Systems Challenges and Opportunities”, Madhavan Swaminathan, Pennsylvania State University
- “Redefining ICs metrics for OTA Characterization”, Anouk Hubrechsen, ANTENNEX B.V.
The Women in Microwaves (WiM) event at the upcoming IEEE Radio & Wireless Week (RWW) 2024 will spotlight distinguished women who have advanced the field of microwave theory and technology considerably. Three outstanding women in microwaves will talk about their respective research fields and careers. A light reception will accompany the event, allowing us to network and connect. Prof. Lei Guo from the Dalian University of Technology, China, will talk about Wireless Power Harvesters: A Charging Solution for IoT Applications. Dr. Kiki Ikossi, a 2020-2022 ASEE Science and Technology Policy Fellow at the National Science Foundation, Alexandria, VA, USA, will give details on Semiconductors for GHz to THz Devices. And Sara Barros from Thales Nederland B.V., The Netherlands, will dive deep into The Evolution of Surface Radar and Naval Platform Integration.
- “Wireless Power Harvesters: A Charging Solution for IoT Applications”, Lei Guo, Dalian University of Technology, China
- “Semiconductors for GHz to THz Devices”, Kiki Ikossi, 2020-2022 ASEE Science and Technology Policy Fellow at the National Science Foundation, USA
- “The Evolution of Surface Radar and Naval Platform Integration”, Sara Pena Barros, Thales Nederland B.V., The Netherlands
An important goal of RWW is to connect industry with future talents and motivate students to develop a successful career in radio wireless. The RWW2024 features a “career platform” for high-tech companies to engage with students. A digital platform is available for student attendees to share personal information, career interests, and resume with industrial exhibitors before the conference. Onsite, the exhibitors and student attendees will engage with each other during professional discussions and casual coffee breaks in the exhibition hall. Further one-on-one meetings can be arranged in plenty of RWW conference space.
To participate in the Student Career Platform, please submit this form.
This interactive session will offer a rare opportunity to tap into the minds of accomplished professionals who have navigated the complexities of either industry or academia. The panelists will provide guidance to young professionals and answer questions from the audience. Join us at the Young Professionals Panel for a chance to connect, learn, and ignite your career!