DC06 - Effects of losses on the field distribution and propagation in complex semi-enclosed environments (WP7)
Development of novel methods is a key point to improve testing effectiveness, but comparison with existing ones is strongly necessary, therefore we need to compare results in terms of end point quantities such as induced voltage on cabling and components.
Computations for the comparison of radiated immunity test methods are complex and time-intensive, and the EMC group at UNIVPM has the access to European powerful computer resources (HPC) but an integrated approach is still under development aimed to include statistical analysis, therefore the UNIVPM software optimized for HPC resources will benefit the research for DC06.
Prof. Moglie (UNIVPM)
Prof. Leferink (UT), mentor: Řezníček Zdeněk (EVK)
Analysis of the induced disturbances on cabling exposed to random and quasi-random (lossy environment) electromagnetic field. Statistical analysis of the induced voltage and comparison with equivalent exposure in traditional anechoic chambers. Assessment of the margin factor.
Integration with WP5 results. Numerical tools for the analysis and comparison of radiated immunity tests.
DC06 trained in radiated immunity tests including simulations.
2M@EVL (Zdeněk): learn about actual systems and current techniques (M14)
2M@UT (Leferink): measurements in various RC and anechoic chambers on the radiated coupling with cables, write a joint paper (M22)
Master's degree in Electrical Engineering, Telecommunication Engineering, or relevant fields - Basic knowledge of Electromagnetic Compatibility principles and transmission lines - Meet minimum eligibility criteria for enrolling as a Ph.D. student at UNIVPM, namely, having exceptional grades as well as proficiency in English.
Desirable skills and interests
Knowledge of C and Python languages, basic knowledge of GNU/Linux OS and parallel computing would be appreciated - Minimum knowledge in statistical analysis - Basic knowledge in electromagnetic measurements (spectrum analyser, scattering parameters) - Previous experience in reverberation chambers and immunity tests would be appreciated - Strong interpersonal skills and the ability to work in an international team - Creative mindset and excellent analytical and communication skills.