To expose objects to electromagnetic fields we step to a new position, increase power level until a defined value is read by a meter but this very, very slow and the main problem is the slow meter response time therefore the key question is how electronic products react on electromagnetic interference and we would like that you help us to solve that problem!
Prof. Leferink (UT)
Prof. Primiani (UNIVPM) (WP7 leader), mentor: Jacco Verpoorte (NLR)
Develop a world-wide accepted new standard for testing large systems in RC, by comparing the newest fast EM sensor systems, comparing performance with antennas, evaluate different algorithms for EM field strength data, investigating the minimal needed sensors (up to nine), and controlling the equipment using in-line measured data (closed-loop).
New standard for automotive testing using RC, including VIRC. Update of IEC 61000-4-21 for large system testing.
DC02 trained in large complex system EMI evaluation
Twente Graduate School
2M@NLR (Verpoorte): Learn from actual test cases (M22)
2M@UNIVPM (Primiani): Compare results with simulations at UNIVPM and write a joint paper (M28)
Electrical engineering, physics, mathematics
Desirable skills and interests