Sounds strange, but there are still several secrets that need to be unraveled in the topic of multi-propagation paths in real, complex electromagnetic environments and we think that reverberation chambers are one key to unlock them. Join us in pioneering research that emulates complex signal behaviors, using the full potential of reverberation chambers to simulate diverse real-world environments. This position offers a unique chance to delve into cutting-edge emulation techniques, shaping the future of EMC measurements, wireless communication, IoT, and beyond. Do not miss the opportunity to become part of a team dedicated to redefining how we test and innovate in the dynamic realm of mulit-propagation paths research using reverberation chambers.
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dr. Serra (TU/e)
Prof. Joskiewicz (PWR) (WP5 leader), mentor: Wim Ophelders (Canon)
Development and validation of a richer set of probability density functions able to describe and model the statistical behaviour of field propagation in semi-enclosed environments. Solve the inverse problem of emulation of realistic environments in the lab, using pertinent techniques related to reverberation chambers.
Enrich the family of models for semi-reverberant environments with a bivariate statistical approach and with model- based variations of the principle of maximum entropy. Models applied to real-life environments and emulate them in the laboratory.
DC09 trained in multi-propagation paths
2M@Canon (Ophelders): experiments with various absorber materials (M18)
2M@UNIVPM (Primiani): training in numerical methods for EMC (M20)
A solid and demostrable background of academic excellence in electrical engineering, physics or related field. Ability to think creatively with an inclination to problem-solving approaches and developing novel solutions. You have a passion for engineering, research and innovation. You are a true team player and can adapt to changing research needs or unforeseen challenges.
Desirable skills and interests
Previous experience with electromagnetic measurements and experiments would be highly beneficial. Proficiency with specialized software (MatLab, Mathematica, CST, etc.) is an asset. Your communication skills are excellent: either for presentations and public dissertations or for interpersonal communication.