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Organised - European Microwave Week
SIX DAYS
THREE CONFERENCES
EUROPEAN MICROWAVE WEEK 2015
PALAIS DES CONGRÈS, PARIS, FRANCE
6 - 11 SEPTEMBER 2015
ONE EXHIBITION
PALAIS DES CONGRÈS DE PARIS, FRANCE
EuMW 2015
FREEDOM THROUGH MICROWAVES
6 - 11 SEPTEMBER 2015
CONFERENCE
PROGRAMME
EUROPE’S PREMIER MICROWAVE,
RF, WIRELESS AND RADAR EVENT
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SPONSORS
European Microwave Week 2015 Sponsors
The organisers would like to thank the following companies
for their help and valued support throughout this year’s event:
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CONTENT
Sponsors Inside Front Cover
Welcome Messages 4
EuMW 2015 Special Issue 10
Prizes and Awards 12
Conference Committees 14
General Information 18
Conference Registration Information 21
Special Conference Events 24
Social Events and Partner Programme 27
CONFERENCE PROGRAMME
Monday 7th September 30
Tuesday 8th September 36
Wednesday 9th September 46
Thursday 10th September 58
Friday 11th September 68
Hotel Booking Form Centre Pages
Workshops & Short Courses
72
Exhibitor Workshops & Seminars 95
Conference Sessions Matrix Pages
101
Palais des Congrès Floor Plan 108
Exhibitor List Back Cover
European Microwave Week Future Events
EuMW 2016 - London
EuMW 2017 - Nuremberg
Details in this booklet were correct at the time of going to press. They are subject to
change. For up-to-date information visit our website: www.eumweek.com
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WELCOME MESSAGES
Welcome to the 18th European Microwave Week
Welcome to the heart of “La Ville Lumière”! It is my pleasure to
welcome you to the 18th European Microwave Week to be held at
the “Palais des Congrès de Paris” in Paris, from 6th to 11th September.
The Week has been organised by the European Microwave Association
(EuMA) since 1998. European Microwave Week 2015 (EuMW 2015)
continues the series of successful microwave events held in Amsterdam
(1998, 2004, 2008 and 2012), Munich (1999, 2003 and 2007), Paris
(2000, 2005 and 2010), London (2001), Milan (2002), Manchester
(2006 and 2011), Nuremberg (2013) and Rome (2009 and 2014).
Our motto “Freedom Through Microwaves” expresses the concept of
modern living where microwave technologies are opening up new
frontiers that will govern how individuals and objects communicate,
sense and move. The ‘Connected Humans’ sector is developing and
evolving – join us in Paris to discover innovations and new paradigms
for the microwave community as we look towards Horizon 2020.
EuMW is the premier microwave event in Europe, bringing together the
microwave community from around the world. The week comprises:
• the 45th European Microwave Conference (EuMC) – September
7th to September 10th
• the 10th European Microwave Integrated Circuits Conference
(EuMIC) – September 7th and September 8th
• the 12th European Radar Conference (EuRAD) – September 9th to
September 11th
A selection of workshops and short courses presented by internationally
recognized lecturers will be offered in addition to the three conferences.
Moreover the Defence, Security and Space Forum continues to
be a major event. This year the Forum will focus on the design and
deployment of RF systems for unmanned aerial vehicles. An important
element of EuMW is the European Microwave Exhibition, the largest
microwave and RF trade show in Europe. EuMW 2015 will see an
estimated 5,000 visitors, with 1,700 – 2,000 conference delegates and
in excess of 300 international exhibitors.
Around 1,000 papers were submitted for review to the three
conferences from more than 50 countries. The technical programme
includes 86 technical sessions, 424 oral papers and 96 posters, 5 special
sessions and 7 focused sessions. The opening and closing plenary
sessions of each of the three conferences will feature keynote lectures
delivered by internationally renowned leaders in their respective fields.
The opening session of the week is scheduled as usual on Tuesday
morning. After the welcome addresses, two keynote lectures will be
presented. Bruno Le Stradic from Airbus DS Space Systems will speak
on “Space antennas on satellites, for Telecommunications and Earth
Observations missions: past evolutions and future trends”. This first
keynote will be followed by the talk of Laurent Phalippou from Thales
Alenia Space (TAS) who will present “30 years of innovation in TAS
radar altimetry product line for Earth Climate Monitoring”.
During the closing session of EuMW Clément Dudal and Céline Loisel
from the French Space Agency (CNES) will speak on the ESA/CNES/
DLR Rosetta mission which successfully reached the 67P ChuryumovGerasimenko comet after a 10 year journey. A lively expert insight
covering the embedded RF electronics which led to the success of
this fascinating space endeavor will be presented. Final remarks from
EuMW Chair, EuMA President and the invitation to EuMW 2016 in
London will conclude the Closing Ceremony.
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Several events will occur in parallel with the conference sessions. Two
student competitions will be take place during the week:
• The Student Challenge is a competitive event where teams of
Bachelor, Master and Doctoral students are invited to propose
an appealing topic/idea in the wide and challenging field of
microwaves, inspired by papers presented at EuMW. The Prize of
the Student Challenge is sponsored by Thales Nederland B.V.
• The Student Design Competition involves Master and Doctoral
students designing and measuring a piece of equipment developed
during the conference. This year an ISM transmitter for the remote
empowering of passive receivers is at stake. The prototypes will
be judged by a jury. Measurement facilities will be provided by
Keysight Technologies. The Prize of the Student Design competition
is sponsored by Cobham Aerospace Communications.
EuMW 2015 will continue the Career Platform initiative launched in
Nuremberg in 2013, with the aim of fostering the dynamic between
young researchers, engineers and the job market within the field
of microwaves. A dedicated area will be reserved for sharing and
exchange. New, special sessions will also be held on industrial market
analysis, career development and recruitment strategies. EuMW 2015
will also launch a unique e-Platform initiative with the ambition of
offering the RF and Microwave community a job portal on a European
scale.
The well-established Women in Engineering event, co-sponsored
by the IEEE MTT-Society, will include a panel session focused on
exploiting microwaves in the area of fashion (fashionable and wearable
technology), arts and gastronomy and will end with a guided tour of
a fashion workshop.
EuMW 2015 will be promoting several social events including our
annual Welcome Reception sponsored by Keysight Technologies. All
conference delegates and invited exhibitors are welcome to the EuMW
2015 Welcome Reception on Tuesday 8th September in Espace Maillot,
Level 2 from 18:30 hrs. Entry is by conference badge or invitation only.
In addition, you will be invited to join us for an unforgettable cruise
on the River Seine, including a cocktail reception on board a charming
Paris Bâteaux Mouches, which will transport you through the most
fascinating landmarks of the city enchanted by the light of the sunset.
Registration is limited. Don’t miss this unforgettable experience that
can be shared with relatives, friends and colleagues!
Enjoy “La ville Lumière” at the EuMW 2015.
Hervé Aubert,
General Chairman
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WELCOME MESSAGES
Welcome from the President of the
European Microwave Association
Welcome to Paris 2015 on behalf of the European Microwave
Association (EuMA)! EuMA is the organisation behind the
European Microwave Week, our mission is to promote microwaves
in Europe and to foster networking between microwave scientists
and engineers in Europe. We are pursuing this in various ways but
our key event is the European Microwave Week.
For those who are not familiar with EuMA: We are open to
membership for all working in the field of microwaves, particularly
from Europe, but also from around the world. The General
Assembly, the highest governing body of the Association, gathers
representatives from European countries, from North America, from
the Asia-Pacific region, and from North Africa and Middle East. If
you are not a EuMA member yet, I encourage you to join. Among
other benefits, such as reduced fees for attending the Week and
other EuMA-sponsored conferences and workshops, you will have
access to our website which provides an archive of publications
and the on-line version of the International Journal on Microwave
and Wireless Technologies as well as networking opportunities.
The European Microwave Week (EuMW) is the premier microwave
conference and exhibition event in Europe. Its centrepiece is
the European Microwave Conference (EuMC), the largest of the
3 conferences that form the Week. It is complemented by the
European Microwave Integrated Circuits Conference (EuMIC)
focusing on semiconductor device and circuit technologies, and the
European Radar Conference (EuRAD), targeting the field of radar,
from components to applications. The success of EuMW is also a
result of the collaboration with the IEEE MTT Society (technical
co-sponsor of the Week) and the GAAS Association (co-sponsor
of EuMIC). But the Week is not only conferences, the Exhibition
organized by our long-standing partner Horizon House forms an
integral part of it.
When we booked the conference centre in Paris quite some time
ago, it was the CNIT in La Défense, as in 2010 and the years before.
Then, in March 2014 only we were informed that the CNIT would
be put out of operation and we had to rearrange things at a very
tight time schedule. This is the reason why the Week is held early
September this year and why we are meeting in the Palais de
Congrès, much closer to the heart of the city!
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As you can imagine, preparing and hosting the EuMW is a
major effort, from paper submission and review to the on-site
organization at the venue, and this is accomplished by a team of
volunteers year by year. Therefore, my special and sincere thanks go
to Hervé Aubert, 2015 General Chair, to Christian Person, General
TPC Chair, and to Fabio Coccetti, Treasurer, to Serge Verdeyme
and Jean François Villemazet, EuMC Chair and Vice Chair, to Eric
Kerhervé and Didier Floriot, EuMIC Chair and Vice Chair, and to
Laurent Ferro-Famil and Jean Marc Goutoule, EuRAD Chair and
Vice Chair - just to name a few on behalf of the entire team. They
all have been working hard to set up an outstanding technical
and scientific programme for you and to make your stay in Paris
exciting and enjoyable. Thank you!
Paris is always worth a visit, even without a microwave event
taking place there. This is true for Europeans as well as for
visitors from overseas. The conferences in Paris have always been
highlights with major peaks in attendance and I am sure this will
come true also in 2015.
Finally, as every year, we hope you will not only get exciting ideas
and new insights from presentations and posters but also find
enough time to meet with colleagues and friends. Join us and see
you in Paris!
Wolfgang Heinrich
President
European Microwave Association
WELCOME MESSAGES
Welcome to the 45th European Microwave Conference,
EuMC 2015
It is our great honor to welcome delegates from all over the
world to the 45th European Microwave Conference (EuMC) in the
city of Paris. This event is Europe’s leading forum for presenting
the current status and future trends in the field of microwave,
millimeter-wave and terahertz systems and technologies. These
high frequency related topics, from materials and technologies
to integrated circuits, systems and applications are addressed in
all their aspects: theory, simulation, design and measurement.
EuMC shares also several sessions both with EuMIC (9 sessions),
in the field of Active Devices, Circuits and Subsystems (Microwave
Photonic Circuits and Systems, Efficiency Enhancement and
Linearization of Power Amplifiers, Low Noise Circuits and
Modules conversion and control), and with EuRAD (11 sessions),
in the fields of Millimeter wave, THz Technologies and Systems,
and Antennas and Propagation (Antenna Systems, Phased Arrays
(Active/Passive), Tx/Rx Module Technologies, Ultra Wide Band
Technology and Systems).
The EuMC opening session will be held on Tuesday at 10:50h,
and the closing session on Thursday at 16:10h. These sessions are
common to EuMC and EuMW, and are presented in our EuMW
General Chairman Welcome Address. They will include three
distinguished key note speakers, and the Award ceremonies, with
the EuMC Microwave Prize and the EuMC Young Engineer Prizes.
The EuMC TPC has received 640 submissions; 56% of these
contributions have been selected to build a very high quality and
dense conference programme, which consists of workshops, short
courses (see the Welcome Address from our Workshop Chair for
their presentation) – on Sunday, Monday and Wednesday – and
of regular, Special and focused sessions – mainly on Tuesday,
Wednesday and Thursday.
Each of the 46 oral Regular Sessions allow five speakers to
present their recent results. They are given up to eight parallel
sessions.
Five Focused Sessions have been selected from proposals of their
Chairs. The related solicited papers have been reviewed by the
TPC members as regular ones. This year, the selected domains
are on ‘Advances in THz and Opto-Nanoelectronics’ (chaired by L.
Pierantoni, common with EuMIC), on ‘Advance in Scanning Probe
Microwave and mm-wave Microscopy’ (chaired by M. Farina), on
‘Microwave in Agriculture Environment and Earth Observation
(MAGEO)’, (chaired by M. Bozzi), and on ‘Modal Analysis of
Electromagnetic Structures’ (chaired by G. Kyriacou).
Three Special Sessions and their chairs have been selected based on
subjects of specific interest to the microwave community; J. Sombrin
has organized one on ‘System modelling and optimization’, M.
Tenzeris ‘ on Additive Manufacturing Techniques for RF Modules’,
and H. Meinel on ‘Autonomous driving in a worldwilde changing
society – Between silver agers and Y-generation’. From an agreement
between EuMA and the organizers of the Asian Pacific Microwave
Conference, a Special Session is also devoted to enable the exchange
of speakers between the two conferences.
Poster presentations have been organized on Tuesday, Wednesday,
and Thursday in the exhibition area, giving the opportunity for people
to listen to each other, to discuss, enquire and exchange ideas.
The exhibition runs in parallel with the conference and offers
all of us the chance to acquire up-to-date information from
companies active in our areas of interest.
We hope you will enjoy the conference!
Serge Verdeyme
EuMC 2015 Chair
Jean-François Villemazet
EuMC 2015 Co-Chair
Denis Barataud
EuMC 2015 TPC Chair
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WELCOME MESSAGES
Welcome to the 10th European Microwave Integrated Circuits
Conference, EuMIC 2015
The European Microwave Integrated Circuits Conference is jointly
organized by GAAS® Association and EuMA since 2006. This
premier European technical conference for RF microelectronics
has proven to greatly contribute to the European Microwave Week
success. The 10th edition of EuMIC will be held on September 7th
and 8th 2015 in Paris.
The aim of the conference is to promote the discussion of recent
developments and trends, and to encourage the exchange of
scientific and technical information covering a broad range of
high-frequency related topics, from materials and technologies to
integrated circuits and applications, that will be addressed in all of
their aspects: theory, simulation, design and measurement.
Technological innovations are challenging for the modeling and
simulation as well as for the characterization techniques both
on device and circuit levels. While GaAs and silicon-based IC
technologies are extensively used in today’s systems, emerging
technologies such as wide band gap (SiC, GaN, etc.), CNT, Graphene
and heterogeneous 2D crystal based devices are expected to become
commercially available within coming decade, with a huge impact
on system performance.
To provide short time-to-product, first-pass success in the design
becomes therefore critical. Accurate component modeling and
efficient CAD/CAE tools are vitally important. Success in these
technologies will enable new services in the areas of safety and
security, high bitrate wireless access, and multigigabit/s low-cost
wireless links. In such a swiftly changing environment, it is essential
to be well informed about the latest technological developments.
In the modeling area, topics related to device and system, small and
large signal characterization, set-ups and modeling approaches up
to THz applications are focused with a particular emphasis. In the
Eric Kerhervé
EuMIC 2015 Chair
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Didier Floriot
EuMIC 2015 Co-Chair
technology area, papers on nanotechnologies, nanodevices and
nanomaterials for microwaves, as well as wide-bandgap devices
and technologies, devices for microwave photonics are proposed.
Devices, IC reliability and 3D-interconnects in ICs are also covered.
Finally, in the circuit design and applications topics, RF and microwave
IC’s, millimeter and submillimetre-wave IC’s, photonic IC’s, mixedsignal and high speed digital IC’s, tunable and reconfigurable IC’s as
well as integrated receivers, transmitters and transceivers are in the
spotlight of the conference programme.
The EUMIC Opening plenary session will feature 2 keynote
speakers by world leaders in their fields. Andreia Cathelin from
STMicroelectronics, Crolles, France, will present the planar UTBB
FD-SOI technology for highly energy efficient devices. Thomas
Roedle from NXP Semiconductors, Nijmegen, The Netherlands, will
focus his talk on GaN Technology, Modelling and Applications.
The Closing session will include the traditional Foundry Session
gathering several key representatives of RF and microwave
semiconductor foundries, and the speeches given by two eminent
plenary key-note speakers. The Closing session features an exciting
panel discussion on the Impact of Advanced GaN and Silicon
Technologies for Military and Space Applications.
During the Closing ceremony, the best contributed paper to EuMIC
2015 will be awarded by the EuMIC Technical Program Committee
and the EuMW Steering Committee. The EuMIC Young Engineer
Award will be presented to a young engineer or researcher who
authored an outstanding paper presented at the EuMIC Conference
and three GAAS® PhD student fellowships will be celebrated.
We look forward to welcoming you personally at the EuMIC, while
wishing you an exciting microwave week in Paris in September 2015.
Eric Tournier
EuMIC 2015 TPC Chair
WELCOME MESSAGES
Welcome to the 12th European Radar Conference,
EuRAD 2015
It is our great pleasure to welcome you to the 12th European
Radar conference (EuRAD), to be held in Paris, from September 9th
to September 11th. This conference is the major European event
addressing the present status and future trends in the field of radar
technology, system design, and applications, and covers a wide
variety of topics, ranging from radar components and systems,
radar echo modeling, advanced signal processing techniques, up
to the most innovative radar architectures and concepts and the
latest applications.
This year, 190 papers were submitted to the conference, and after a
rigorous selection process, the accepted papers were organized into
16 oral sessions and 2 poster sessions. EuRAD delegates will also
have the possibility to attend 11 sessions shared with EuMC, related
to millimeter-wave and THz technologies and systems, antennas and
propagation and ultra wide band technology and systems.
Three focused sessions have been proposed by renowned experts
on very innovative and interesting fields, dealing with ‘3D SAR
Imaging of Complex Environments’, ‘Measurement and Processing
Techniques for System Diagnostic and Calibration’ and ‘Advanced
Modeling, Processing and Inversion Applied To Ground Penetrating
Radar’, and one special session will present some ‘Advances on T/R
Modules for AESA applications’.
These sessions are complemented by expert workshops and short
courses, presented on Wednesday and Friday, covering advanced
radar concepts, techniques and applications:
• Radar Electromagnetic Scattering Modeling from Random
Rough Surfaces (Short Course)
• Opening Ways for Exploring New Maritime Radar Applications
Using High-Level Modeling (Workshop)
• Geometric Radar Processing Breakthrough Based on Fisher
Information Geometry (Short Course)
• MIMO Radar: From Principles to Practical and Useful Applications
(Short Course)
Laurent Ferro-Famil
EuRAD 2015 Chair
Jean-Marc Goutoule
EuRAD 2015 Co-Chair
The opening session will take place on Wednesday at 10:50h and
will include two keynote presentations, given by internationally
recognized experts, illustrating current trends in radar and state
of the art techniques and concepts. Marc Lesturgie, from ONERA,
France, will consider recent and important innovations in his talk
on ‘Breakthroughs and new concepts in SAR and radar’, and
Fabio Rocca, from Politecnico di Milano, Milano, Italy, will give
a presentation on ‘Geosynchronous Synthetic Aperture Radars:
systems and applications’, introducing the potential, risks and
applications of a multi-sensor geosynchronous spaceborne SAR
mission.
During the closing session, to be held on Friday at 13:50h, after
a complimentary lunch offered to all EuRAD participants, Albert
Huizing, from TNO, The Netherlands, will give a presentation on
‘Radar Horizon 2030: Challenges and Emerging Technologies’
addressing some of the future challenges for radars and
presenting the state-of-the-art and new developments in signal
processing techniques.
We would like to express our gratitude to all the reviewers and the
TPC members for undertaking their task in a professional and timely
manner, and for their contribution to the success of EuRAD 2015.
We look forward to meeting you at the EuRAD 2015 conference, and
wish you a very pleasant stay in Paris, ‘La Ville Lumière’.
Michèle Lalande
EuRAD 2015 TPC Chair
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WELCOME MESSAGES
Welcome from the General TPC Chair
The European Microwave Week is back in Paris in 2015! Welcome to
Paris, the City of Light, which attracts millions of visitors every year
to discover its old neighborhoods, its fashion and luxury stores on
the famous “Champs Elysées” and of course, the iconic “Tour Eiffel”.
As General TPC Chair I would like to acknowledge the intensive
work conducted by the reviewers and TPC members in quite a short
period between the deadline submission date and the TPC meeting.
The reviews were conducted by more than 500 reviewers and TPC
members through 32 subcommittees, leading to a complete and
attractive programme, with more than 90 sessions planned during
the Week. The TPC meeting held in Paris at the end of March has
been quite an intensive period for the conference preparation,
considering the high scientific quality of the 990 submitted papers.
center, visit the exhibition area. Take advantage of the Workshops
which will give you an unique vision of the latest innovations and
research results on microwave technologies, components and systems.
Serving as General TPC Chair of EuMW 2015 has been a great
honour and valuable experience from my side, through the
numerous interactions we have had with the local team in order to
prepare this edition, and also through the close cooperation with
Horizon House. I would also like to thank the active and efficient
support of the EuMA Board to consolidate the programme,
and especially Prof Dr.-Ing Wolfgang Heinrich, President of the
European Microwave Association, for
his continued encouragement and
valuable advice.
I also would like to especially thank the administrators of the TPMS
system, Matthias Rudolph, Marc Van Heijningen and Jeff Pond,
who have done tremendous work once again this year in setting
up the TPMS and who efficiently contribute to the final programme
preparation. I encourage all of you to participate in the numerous
social and scientific activities organized in parallel with the regular
conference programme. Enjoy the “Palais des congrès” convention
Enjoy the programme, I wish you fruitful
scientific discussions during the week
and hope you find time to enjoy the City
of Light.
Christian Person
2015 General TPC Chair
WELCOME
SPECIAL
MESSAGES
ISSUE
International Journal of Microwave and Wireless
Technologies: EuMW 2015 Special Issue
The International Journal of Microwave and Wireless Technologies was
created in 2009 by the European Microwave Association (EuMA) and
Cambridge University Press for the benefit of the microwave research
community in Europe and overseas.
The journal is published six times a year. It allows academic and
industrial researchers to promote their work and stay connected with
the most recent developments in microwave and RF technology. The
journal is referenced in databases such as Scopus and Google Scholar
and is indexed in the Thomson Reuters Web of Science. Following the
success of previous microwave weeks, the journal will again publish a
special issue dedicated to the European Microwave Week 2015.
The authors of a number of highly ranked papers presented at
the conferences will be invited to submit an extended version for
publication in the journal. The special issue will be guest edited by
Denis Barataud, TPC chair of EuMC 2015, Eric Tournier, TPC chair of
EuMIC 2015, and Michèle Lalande, TPC chair of EuRAD 2015.
Accepted papers will be published online at http://journals.cambridge.
org/MRF within six weeks of acceptance and can be referenced using
their DOI (Digital Object Identifier). Once all submissions are received
the articles will be collated into an issue and published in print, which
is expected to appear in June 2016.
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THE PARIS TEAM
The European Microwave Week 2015
Local Organising Committee
General Chairman
Prof. Hervé Aubert, University of Toulouse and LAAS-CNRS, FR
General TPC Chairman & General Co-Chairman
Prof. Christian Person, Lab-STICC , Brest, FR
Treasurer
Dr. Fabio Coccetti, LAAS-CNRS / Elemca, Toulouse, FR
Operational Officer
Dr. Alexandru Takacs, University of Toulouse & LAAS-CNRS, FR
Workshop, Short Course, Focus Session and Special
Session Chairman & Co-Chairman
Prof. Philippe Ferrari, IMEP-LAHC, Grenoble, FR
Dr. Luc Lapierre, CNES, FR
Poster Chairman & Co-Chairman
Dr. Anthony Ghiotto, University of Bordeaux and IMS, FR
Dr. Gaëtan Prigent, University of Toulouse and Laplace, FR
EuMC Chairman & Co-Chairman
Prof. Serge Verdeyme, University of Limoges and X-Lim, FR
Dr. Jean François Villemazet, Thales Alenia Space, Toulouse, FR
EuMC TPC Chairman & Co-Chairman
Dr. Denis Barataud, University of Limoges and X-Lim, FR
Dr. Antony Coustou, LAAS-CNRS, Toulouse, FR
EuMIC Chairman & Co-Chairman
Prof. Eric Kerhervé, University of Bordeaux and IMS, FR
Dr. Didier Floriot, UMS, Orsay, FR
EuMIC TPC Chairman
Dr. Eric Tournier, University of Toulouse and LAAS-CNRS, FR
EuRAD Chairman & Co-Chairman
Prof. Laurent Ferro-Famil, University of Rennes and IETR, FR
Dr. Jean Marc Goutoule, Airbus DS Space Systems, Toulouse, FR
EuRAD Chairwoman & Co-Chairman
Dr. Michèle Lalande, University of Limoges and X-Lim, FR
Dr. Anthony Bellion, CNES, Toulouse, FR
Electronic Submission Chairman & Officer
Prof. Matthias Rudolph, Brandenburg University of
Technology, Cottbus, DE
Marc van Heijningen, TNO, The Hague, NL
Awards Coordination Chairman & Co-Chairman
Prof. Christian Person, Lab-STICC , Brest, FR
Prof. Gilles Dambrine, IEMN, Lille, FR
Student and NIS Grants Chairman
Alexandru Takacs, University of Toulouse and LAAS-CNRS, FR
Local Arrangements Chairman
Prof. Eric Bergeault, Telecom Paris-Tech, Paris, FR
Partner & Social Program Co-Chairman
Prof. Eric Bergeault, Telecom Paris-Tech, Paris, FR
Dr. Claire Lepage, Telecom Paris-Tech, Paris, FR
Brigitte Ducrocq, LAAS-CNRS, Toulouse, FR
Web service Officer & App.
Dr. Eric Tournier, University of Toulouse and LAAS-CNRS, FR
Student Challenge Chairwomen
Dr. Audrey Martin, University of Limoges and X-Lim, FR
Dr. Anne-Laure Franc, University of Toulouse and Laplace, FR
Student Competition Chairmen
Dr. Etienne Perret, University of Grenoble, FR
Dr. Arnaud Vena, University of Montpellier, FR
Forum on Defence, Security and Space Chairman
Dr. Frank van den Bogaart, TNO, The Hague, NL
Career Platform Chairman
Prof. Jean Luc Polleux, University of Paris-Est - ESYCOM ESIEE Paris, FR
Women in Engineering Chairwomen
Prof. Daniela Dragomirescu, University of Toulouse and
LAAS-CNRS, FR
Prof. Dominique Schreurs, KU Leuven, BE
Members of the Women In Engineering Committee
Dr. Charlotte Tripon-Canseliet, Pierre et Marie Curie University
and LPEM, FR
Prof. Alessandra Contanzo, University of Bologna, IT
Dr. Katia Grenier, LAAS-CNRS, FR
Publication Chairman
Prof. Raymond Quéré, University of Limoges and X-Lim, FR
Programme Book Officer
Patrick Pons, LAAS-CNRS, Toulouse, FR
International Journal of Microwaves and Wireless
Technologies Guest-Editors
Dr. Michèle Lalande, University of Limoges and X-Lim, FR
Dr. Denis Barataud, University of Limoges and X-Lim, FR
Dr. Eric Tournier, University of Toulouse and LAAS-CNRS, FR
EuMW 2014 & EuMW 2015 Attendee Survey Officers
Dr. Juan Mari Collantes, University of the Basque Country,
Bilbao, ES
Dr. Fabio Coccetti, LAAS-CNRS, Toulouse, FR
Visa Demand Officers
Dr. A. Takacs, University of Toulouse and LAAS-CNRS, FR
B. Ducrocq, LAAS-CNRS, FR
Advisory Board Members
Prof. Gilles Dambrine, IEMN, Lille, FR
Dr. Jean Louis Cazaux, Thalès Alenia Space, Toulouse, FR
Prof. Ke Wu, Polytechnique Montréal, CA
Prof. Manos Tentzeris, Georgia Tech, Atlanta, US
Dr. Philippe Eudeline, Thalès Ymare, FR
Prof. Robert Plana, Alstom, Paris, FR
Prof. Tuami Lasri, IEMN, Lille, FR
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EuMW PRIZES
2014 European Microwave Week
Rome Prizes
EuMC Microwave Prize
EuRAD Young Engineer Prize
A Novel Programmable Harmonic
Selection Technique Based on the
Pseudo-Locking of an Oscillator By
Periodically Repeated Oscillations
Train.
Clement Jany1, Alexandre
Siligaris1, Philippe Ferrari2,
Pierre Vincent1
CEA-Leti, Grenoble, France
Université de Grenoble-Alpes, CNRS, IMEP-LAHC, Grenoble,
France
A Simple Approach to Through Wall
Localization of Persons Moving in
3-Dimensional Space.
Peter Kažimír1, Dušan Kocur1,
Jana Fortes1, Daniel Novák1,
Rudolf Zetik2
1
Technical University of Kosice, Kosice, Slovak Republic
2
Ilmenau University of Technology, Ilmenau, Germany
1
2
EuMC Young Engineer Prize
Quasi-Lumped Coplanar
Transmission-Line Sensors for
Broadband Liquid Characterization.
Nora Meyne, Wiebke MüllerWichards, Hoc Khiem Trieu,
Arne F. Jacob
Technische Universität Hamburg-Harburg, Hamburg, Germany
EuMIC Best Paper
20 nm Metamorphic HEMT
Technology for Terahertz Monolithic
Integrated Circuits.
Arnulf Leuther, Axel Tessmann,
Patrick Doria, Matthias Ohlrogge,
Matthias Seelmann-Eggebert,
Hermann Maßler, Michael
Schlechtweg, Oliver Ambacher
Fraunhofer IAF, Freiburg, Germany
EuMIC Young Engineer Prize
Phase-Modulated DSM-PWM
Hybrids with Pulse Length Restriction
for Switch-Mode Power Amplifiers.
Daniel Markert1, Christoph
Haslach1, Holger Heimpel1,
Andreas Pascht1, Georg Fischer2
1
Bell Labs, Alcatel-Lucent Deutschland AG, Stuttgart, Germany
2
University of Erlangen Nuremberg, Nuremberg, Germany
EuRAD – Best Paper
P-Band Polarimetric SAR Tomography
for Tropical Forest Structure
Characterization.
Bassam El Hajj Chehade, Laurent
Ferro-Famil
University of Rennes, Rennes, France
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A 2.4 GHz Fast Switchable LNA With Transformer Matching For
Wireless Wake-Up Receivers.
Christoph Tzschoppe, Robert Kostack, Jens Wagner, Robert
Paulo, Frank Ellinger
Technical University of Dresden, Dresden, Germany
This was the only no-show during the EuMW award ceremonies.
The certificate and the EuMA letter indicating the procedure to
get the prize were shipped a few days after the EuMW. Authors
confirmed they received the material.
EuMA AWARDS
2015 EuMA Outstanding
Career Award
Jacques Sombrin got his engineering
degrees from the Ecole Polytechnique
Paris - France in 1969 and the
Ecole Nationale Supérieure des
Télécommunications Paris-France in
1974. He is a Senior Member of the
SEE, a member of EuMA, and an IEEE
member (MTT, EDS, IT and COM).
He has been with the French National
Agency for Space Studies (CNES)
Jacques Sombrin
since the beginning of his career in
1974. He worked in CNES successively as a design engineer from
1974 to 1983 and as the head of the microwave department from
1983 to 1998. He was responsible for microwave space equipment
R&D and support to a number of major space projects in France
and Europe including SPOT (Earth observation), STENTOR & TDF
(telecommunications), GALILEO (navigation) & POSEIDON (altimetry
of sea level).
As the head of the Transmission and Location division in CNES
from 1998 to 2003 he has been responsible for antennas, signal
processing, telemetry, command and ranging, telecommunications,
radar, and satellite navigation. From 2003 to 2010 he was the
Assistant Director for Radio Frequencies of the CNES and managed
the R&D activities in CNES. Since 2010 he has been retired from
CNES and keeps up his research as the holder of the “Integrated
and Secure Systems” chair at Limoges University and in the TeSA
laboratory in Toulouse. He is also active in higher education and
teaches some courses in the ENSEEIHT engineering school in
Toulouse.
Jacques Sombrin has published more than 100 papers and holds 17
patents. Beyond that, he has demonstrated an extraordinary capability
to bring new concepts and ideas in various domains such as the
modelling and optimization of power amplifiers for space – Carrier
to Noise plus Intermodulation ratio (C/(N+I)) as the optimization
criterion, the analysis of complex high power physical phenomena
such as corona, and multifactor effects leading to RF breakdown of
microwave devices, the optimization of global transmission systems
for space, including energy consumption, antenna architectures,
coding and modulation schemes, multiplexers design, amplifiers
optimization and, more recently, passive intermodulation modelling.
This technological and scientific eclecticism provided him with an
outstanding recognition among the microwave community (both
industrial and academic) in France and in Europe. Moreover, he has
constantly promoted research in microwaves in France by bringing
the support of CNES to the academic and industry microwave
community to prepare the techniques and technologies for future
applications.
2015 EuMA Distinguished
Service Award
Jozef Modelski received his M.Sc.(’73),
Ph.D.(’78), and D.Sc.(’87)-habilitation
degrees in electronics from the Warsaw
University of Technology (WUT),
where he is Professor and Director of
the Institute of Radioelectronics. He
obtained the state title of Professor
in 1994. He also received titles
of doctor honoris causa from the
Military University of Technology in
Warsaw (2011) and Lodz University of
Professor Jozef Modelski
Technology (2014), where he is IEEE
Fellow. He has been a member of the Polish Academy of Sciences
(Chair of the Electronics and Telecommunications Committee) since
2007 and President of the URSI National Committee since 2011.
His research interests include the areas of microwave phase
modulators and shifters with semiconductor diodes, dielectric
resonators and their applications, integrated waveguide technology
INWATE, and recently reconfigurable semiconductor antennas as well
as tunable ferroelectric antennas. He has published over 300 technical
papers, 4 monographs, obtained 9 patents and was supervisor of 25
Ph.D. dissertations. He received many technical and scientific awards,
among those the EuMA Award for the best paper of the European
Microwave Conference 2008, few awards from the Ministry of Science
and Higher Education (Poland) as well as from the Polish Academy of
Sciences.
Throughout his career, Prof. Modelski has strongly supported
international collaboration in science. As a scientist he spent in
1976/77 over a year in the US as a Fulbright grantee working with
the microwave laboratories at the University of Texas at Austin,
Cornell University and COMSAT Laboratories. In 1986 he joined the
Braunschweig Technical University (Germany) as a senior scientist for
a period of 2 years.
His active service to the microwave community includes first of
all support of the regional and local microwave communities In
Europe. He played a leading role in transforming a number of local
national conferences in Europe into international events, for example
the International Conference on Microwaves, Radar and Wireless
Communications MIKON and Microwave and Radar Week, which
has grown into one of the most important microwave events in
Central and Eastern Europe. He has also been a member of the IEEE
Microwave Theory and Techniques Society Administrative Committee
since 1994, including a term as President in 2008. In the years 19932001 he was a key member of the IEEE Divisions I/IV Joint Committee
for Membership Promotion and Chapter Formation in Eastern Europe,
which led to the consolidation of IEEE communities in this area. In the
years 2009-2010 he served as IEEE Region 8 Director and in 20132014 Division IV Director. He was one of the first members of EuMA
(membership 008); for many years he participated in the European
Microwave Week Steering Committee and EuMA General Assembly,
Awards Committee as well as serving as a member of the EuMC TPC.
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EuMA AND EuMW COMMITTEES
EuMA
General Assembly 2015
EuMA International Journal Editor
Almudena Suárez Rodríguez
EuMW 2015 Steering Committee
(as of 03/2015)
Board of Directors
Wolfgang Heinrich, President
Klaus Beilenhoff
Alessandro Galli
Raymond Quéré
Richard Ranson
Almudena Suárez Rodriguez
Lorenz-Peter Schmidt
Frank van den Bogaart
André Vander Vorst
Alexander Yarovoy
Honorary Secretary
Andrew F. Wilson
Appointed Members
EuMA President:
Wolfgang Heinrich
For EuMC:
Bart Nauwelaers
Tom Brazil
Danielle Vanhoenacker-Janvier (EuMA)
Frank van den Bogaart
For EuMIC:
Franco Giannini (GAAS)
Raymond Quéré (EuMA)
For EuRAD:
Philippe Eudeline
Alexander G. Yarovoy (EuMA)
EuMW Chairs
Roberto Sorrentino (2014)
Hervé Aubert (2015)
Andrew Gibson (2016)
Ordinary Members
Christian Person, Group 1
Thomas Zwick, Group 2
Maurizio Bozzi, Group 3
Nick Ridler, Group 4
Bart Nauwelaers, Group 5
Jan Grahn, Group 6
Tom Johanson, Group 7
Plamen Dankov, Group 8
Krzysztof Kulpa, Group 9
Mykola Cherpak, Group 10
Eran Socher, Group 11
A Dmitriev, Group 12
Wolfgang Bösch, Group 13
Vicente Boria, Group 14
Ke Wu, Group 15
Noriharu Suematsu, Group 16
Amr Safwat, Group 17
Oksana Shramkova, IEEE Region 8
Founder Members
Leo Ligthart
Asher Madjar
Holger Meinel
Steve Nightingale
Roberto Sorrentino
André Vander Vorst
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Countries Represented
Group 1 - France, Monaco
Group 2 - Germany
Group 3 - Italy, San Marino, Vatican City
Group 4 - United Kingdom, Ireland, Gibraltar, Malta
Group 5 - Belgium, The Netherlands,
Luxembourg
Group 6 - Iceland, Norway, Sweden
Group 7 - Denmark, Faroe Islands,
Finland, Greenland
Group 8 - Bulgaria, Czech Republic,
Hungary, Romania, Slovakia
Group 9 - Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania,
Poland
Group 10 - Armenia, Azerbaijan, Georgia,
Moldova, Ukraine
Group 11 - Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Cyprus, FYR Macedonia, Montenegro,
Greece, Israel, Serbia, Slovenia, Turkey
Group 12 - Belarus, Russia
Group 13 - Austria, Liechtenstein,
Switzerland
Group 14 - Andorra, Portugal, Spain
Group 15 - North America
Group 16 - Asia-Pacific
Group 17 - Africa and Middle East countries
Invited Members
EuMA Treasurer: André Vander Vorst
GAAS Treasurer: Massimo Comparini
IEEE MTT-S: Jozef Modelski
Current Year Chairs
EuMW: Hervé Aubert
EuMC: Serge Verdeyme
EuMIC: Eric Kerhervé
EuRAD: Laurent Ferro-Famil
EuMW Treasurer
Fabio Coccetti
EuMW General Chairs for last year
and the next two years:
Roberto Sorrentino (2014)
Andrew Gibson (2016)
Arne Jacob (2017)
Conference Software Officers
Matthias Rudolph
Marc van Heijningen
EuMA AND EuMW COMMITTEES
EuMC Technical Programme
Committee
Hervé Aubert
Denis Barataud
Pierre Blondy
Vicente Boria
Wolfgang Bosch
Maurizio Bozzi
Jean-Louis Cazaux
Nickolay Cherpak
Fabio Coccetti
Juan-Mari Collantes
Alessandra Costanzo
Vesna Crnojevic-Bengin
Jean-Yves Dauvignac
Philippe Ferrari
Georg Fischer
Vincent V. Fusco
Alessandro Galli
Patrice Gamand
Christophe Gaquière
Peter Gardner
Kamran Ghorbani
Andy Gibson
Raphael Gillard
Jean Marc Goutoule
Yang Hao
Wolfgang Heinrich
Ian Hunter
Shokrollah Karimian
Ioan Lager
Michèle Lalande
Luc Lapierre
Stepan Lucyszyn
Giuseppe Macchiarella
Jan Machac
Asher Madjar
Audrey Martin
Ferran Martin
Francisco Medina-Mena
Jozef Modelski
Bart Nauwelaers
Dimitris Pavlidis
Luca Perregrini
Christian Person
Nils Pohl
Cedric Quendo
Antti Räisänen
Ian Robertson
Almudena Suarez Rodriguez
Amr M.E. Safwat
Magdalena Salazar-Palma
Dominique Schreurs
Richard Snyder
Roberto Sorrentino
Jan Stake
Andreas Stelzer
Noriharu Suematsu
Alexandru Takacs
Luciano Tarricone
Manos Tentzeris
Danielle Vanhoenacker-Janvier
Serge Verdeyme
Jean-François Villemazet
Ke Wu
Alexander Yarovoy
EuMIC Technical Programme
Committee
Shmuel Auster
Didier Belot
Eric Bergeault
Georg Boeck
Thomas Brazil
Carlos Camacho-Peñalosa
Paolo Colantonio
Massimo Claudio Comparini
Gilles Dambrine
Didier Floriot
Anthony Ghiotto
Franco Giannini
Arne Jacob
Ingmar Kallfass
Eric Kerherve
Raymond Quéré
Ali Rezazadeh
Éric Tournier
Frank van den Bogaart
Frank van Vliet
Herbert Zirath
EuRAD Technical Programme
Committee
Frederic Barbaresco
Fabrizio Berizzi
Mateo Burgos Garcia
David Daniels
Laith Danoon
Philippe Eudeline
Laurent Ferro-Famil
Gaspare Galati
Jean-Marc Goutoule
Willem Hol
Maria-Pilar Jarabo Amores
Krzysztof Kulpa
Michèle Lalande
François Le Chevalier
Pierfranscesco Lombardo
Wolfgang Menzel
Andreas Reigber
Alexander Yarovoy
2015 Technical Programme Committee
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EuMW 2015 REVIEWERS
Aaen Peter
Ackerman Edward
Adelseck Bernd
Aikio Janne
Akkul Mustafa
Al Ahmad Mahmoud
Albasha Lutfi
Algani Catherine
Allain-Bailhache Sophie
Alonso Joséi
Amari Smain
Amendola Giandomenico
Andersson Ann-Marie
Andriulli Francesco
Andriychuk Mykhaylo
Anguelov Iltcho
Arnaud-Cormos Delia
Arndt Fritz
Arthaber Holger
Atherton John
Aubert Herve
Auster Shmuel
AydinCivi Ozlem
Baillargeat Dominique
Bajon Damienne
Bakri-Kassem Maher
Bandler John
Barataud Denis
Barbaresco Frederic
Bartolic Juraj
Baudoin Geneviève
Begueret Jean-Baptiste
Bellion Anthony
Belot Didier
Benedikt Johannes
Bengtsson Olof
Berceli Tibor
Bergeault Eric
Berizzi Fabrizio
Berroth Manfred
Bertl Sebastian
Bessemoulin Alexandre
BijdeVaate JanGeralt
Bila Stéphane
Bilotti Filiberto
Bloeche Hans-Ludwig
Blondy Pierre
Boccia Luigi
Boeck Georg
Bonani Fabrizio
Boria Vicente
Bornkessel Christian
Bosch Wolfgang
Boukamp Joachim
Bourdel Sylvain
Bourlier Christophe
Bozzi Maurizio
Brazil Thomas
Brylinski Christian
Burgos-Garcia Mateo
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Cabrera Dwight
Camacho-Peñalosa Carlos
Camarchia Vittorio
Camiade Marc
Capria Amerigo
Carrubba Vincenzo
Carta Corrado
Carvalho Nuno
Cassioli Dajana
Catarinucci Luca
Cazaux Jean-Louis
Chantalat Régis
Chartier Sébastien
Chatras Matthieu
Che Wenquan
Chen Y.K.
Cherpak Nickolay (Mykola)
Chiao J.-C.
Choudhur Debabani
Cicchetti Renato
Cipriani Elisa
Coccetti Fabio
Colantonio Paolo
Colella Riccardo
Collado Ana
Collantes Juan-Mari
Comparini Massimo Claudio
Corchia Laura
Costanzo Alessandra
Coutaz Jean-Louis
Crnojevic-Bengin Vesna
Cros Dominique
Cuiñas Iñigo
Dambrine Gilles
Damm Christian
Daniels David
Dankov Plamen
Danneville François
Danoon Laith
Darcel Laurence
Dauvignac Jean-Yves
Dearn Andy
Decroze Cyril
DeDonno Danilo
De Hek Peter
Delaveaud Christophe
Delcourt Sébastien
Delhote Nicolas
Deltimple Nathalie
De Miguel Vela Gonzalo
De Paco Pedro
De Raedt Walter
Descamps Philippe
Deval Yann
De Wit Jacco
Dielacher Franz
Diet Antoine
Di Massa Giuseppe
Dionigi Marco
Diouris Jean-Francois
Dispenza Massimiliano
Doerner Ralf
Donati Guerrieri Simona
Dooley John
Dragomirescu Daniela
Dreher Achim
Dubard Jean-Lou
Dubuc David
Ducatteau Damien
Dzvonkovskaya Anna
El Ghannudi Hamza
El Ghazaly Samir
ElHennawy Hadia
Engelmann Jens
Eskiyerli Murat
Eudeline Philippe
Evans Rob
Fager Christian
Farinelli Paola
Favennec Jean-Francois
Feger Reinhard
Feldle Heinz-Peter
Ferrari Philippe
Ferrero Fabien
Ferro-Famil Laurent
Filicori Fabio
Fiorini M.
Fischer Georg
Floriot Didier
Fourie Paul
Fourn Erwan
Franc Anne-Laure
Franco Marc
Fregones Sebastien
Friesicke Christian
Fusco Vincent
Gadringer Michael
Gajewski Piotr
Galati Gaspare
Gallee François
Galli Alessandro
Gamand Patrice
Gaquiere Christophe
Gardner Peter
Gashinova Marina
Gaugue Alain
Georgiadis Apostolos
Gevorgian Spartak
Ghione Giovanni
Ghiotto Anthony
Ghorbani Kamran
Giannini Franco
Gibson Andy
Gilabert Pere L.
Gillard Raphaël
Giofrè Rocco
Giusti Elisa
Golio Mike
Gomez-Garcia Roberto
Gonzalo Ramon
Goutoule Jean-Marc
Greco Maria
Grenier Katia
Gresham Ian
Gruener Wilhelm
Gruszczynski Slawomir
Guarin-Aristizabal Gustavo
Gupta Ramesh
Guyette Andrew
Hajivandi Mehrdad
Hamran Svein-Erik
Hao Yang
Happy Henri
Harman Stephen
Heberling Dirk
Heinen Stefan
Heinrich Wolfgang
Heiter George
Hesselbarth Jan
Hol Willem
Hong Jiasheng
Hoogeboom Peter
Hu Zhirun
Huizing Albert
Hung H. Alfred
Hunter Ian
Huynen Isabelle
Iezekiel Stavros
Issakov Vadim
Itoh Kenji
Itoh Tatsuo
Jacob Arne
Jaeschke Timo
Jarabo-Amores
Maria-Pilar
Jarry Bernard
Jelonnek John
Kallfass Ingmar
Karimian Shokrollah
Kemkemian Stephane
Kerherve Eric
Kholodnyak Dmitry
Kim Bumman
Kissinger Dietmar
Kitlinski Marek
Klare Jens
Klinkenbusch Ludger
Knöchel Reinhard
Knott Peter
Koelpin Alexander
Kolias Nicholas
Kondoh Hiroshi
Koziel Slawomir
Krasnov Oleg
Krozer Viktor
Kulpa Krzysztof
Kuznetsov Yury
Labat Nathalie
Lachner Rudolf
Laemmle Benjamin
EuMW 2015 REVIEWERS
Lafond Olivier
Lager Ioan
Lalande Michele
Lanzieri Claudio
Lapierre Luc
Lasri Tuami
Lautru David
Leblond Herve
Le Chevalier Francois
Le Coq Laurent
Lee Tim
Legay Hervé
Lenk Friedrich
Leonardi Mauro
Leong Yokechoy
Lepage Anne-Claire
Leuther Arnulf
Leuzzi Giorgio
Lezekiel Stavros
Lhortolary Julien
Liao Jun
Limiti Ernesto
Lin Jenshan
Lin Fujiang
Lintignat Julien
Lo Hine Tong Dominique
Lopez-Sanchez Juan M.
Lourandakis Errikos
Louzir Ali
Lucyszyn Stepan
Luxey Cyril
Ma Tzyh-Ghuang
Macchiarella Giuseppe
Machac Jan
Madjar Asher
Magerl Gottfried
Malmqvist Robert
Maneux Cristell
Marques Paulo
Martin Ferran
Martin Audrey
Martin-Guerrero Teresa
Masotti Diego
Maune Holger
Maurer Linus
Mayer Winfried
Mazzarella Giuseppe
Mediavilla Angel
Medina Francisco
Menudier Cyrille
Menzel Wolfgang
Meric Stéphane
Mezzanotte Paolo
Modelski Jozef
Mohr Werner
Mondal Priyanka
Monédière Thierry
Mongiardo Mauro
Monti Giuseppina
Montiel-Sanchez Ignacio
Mortazawi Amir
Munoz-Ferreras Jose-Maria
Munteanu Irina
Muraro Jean-Luc
Murata Hiroshi
Nauwelaers Bart
Nebus Jean-Michel
Negra Renato
Neveux Guillaume
Nightingale Steve
Nüßler Dirk
Occhiuzzi Cecilia
OHagan Daniel
Okazaki Hiroshi
Olavsbråten Morten
Olsen KarlErik
Oraizi Homayoon
Ozgun Ozlem
Pacaud Damien
Pagani Pascal
Pajusco Patrice
Palego Cristiano
Papaioannou George
Papapolymerou John
ParkYoungjin
Pasian Marco
Pasquet Daniel
Pastina Debora
Patel Parbhu
Pauli Mario
Pavlidis Dimitris
Pearson Graham
Peden Alain
Pedro Jose
Pelliccia Luca
Penarandafoix Felipe
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Perennou André
Perigaud Aurélien
Perregrini Luca
Piazzon Luca
Pierantoni Luca
Pierfrancesco Lombardo
Piotrowski Jerzy
Pirola Marco
Piuzzi Emanuele
Pohl Nils
Pollard Roger
Polleux Jean-Luc
Potelon Benjamin
Pothier Arnaud
Pottier Eric
Pradell Lluís
Prigent Gaetan
Psychogiou Dimitra
Queffelec Patrick
Quendo Cedric
Quéré Yves
Quéré Raymond
Raffo Antonio
Räisänen Antti
Rehder Gustavo
Reigber Andreas
Rezazade Ali
Richards Tony
Rius Eric
Rivet François
Rivière Fabian
Rizzoli Vittorio
Robertson Ian
Rocchi Marc
Rochette Stephane
Rodrigues António
Rogier Hendrik
Roglá-Madrid Luis
Rohling Hermann
Rolain Yves
Rolfes Ilona
Rosa-Zurera Manuel
Roselli Luca
Rosenberg Luke
Rydberg Anders
Safwat Amr M.E.
Sakagami Iwata
Salazar Palma Magdalena
Samanta Kamal
Samczynski Piotr
Sanada Atsushi
Sanchez-Hernandez David
Sanchez-Soriano Miguel
Santarelli Alberto
Sauviac Bruno
Schaeffer Christian
Schlechtweg Michael
Schmidt Lorenz-Peter
Schreurs Dominique
Schumacher Hermann
Scott Jonathan
Segovia-Vargas Daniel
Serrano Ariana
Sharaiha Ammar
Shramkova Oksana
Siart Uwe
Sierra Castañer Manuel
Sigmarsson Hjalti
Sloan Robin
Smolders Bart
Snowden Sir Christopher
Snyder Richard
Socher Eran
Sombrin Jacques
Sorrentino Roberto
Springer Andreas
Stake Jan
Staraj Robert
Starski Piotr
Stelzer Andreas
Suarez Almudena
Suematsu Noriharu
Szendrenyi Bela
Takacs Alexandru
Tanné Gérard
Taris Thierry
Tarricone Luciano
Thévenot Marc
Tijhuis Anton
Tilmans Harrie
Tomassoni Cristiano
Topak Eray
Tournier Éric
Traverso Pierandrea
Trew Robert
Tzuang Clive
Uguen Bernard
Ussmueller Thomas
Vähä-Heikkilä Tauno
Vanden Bogaart Frank
Vander Bent Gijs
Vander Vorst André
Van Eeuwijk Eddy
Van Heijningen Marc
Vanhoenacker-Janvier Danielle
Vannini Giorgio
Van Vliet Frank
Verdeyme Serge
Vietzorreck Larissa
Vignaud Luc
Vigneras Valerie
Villemazet Jean-François
Vincenti Gatti Roberto
Vogt Michael
Vossen Stefan
Vossiek Martin
Vuong Tan-Phu
Waldschmidt Christian
Wang Huei
Wang Yide
Watts Simon
Weigel Robert
Weiß Matthias
Werner Wiesbeck
Wnuk Marian
Wojnowski Maciej
Wu Ke-Li
Wu Zhipeng
Wu Ke
Yarovoy Alexander
Yioultsis Traianos
Yonemoto Naruto
Young Paul
Yu Ming
ZappatorMarco
Zhu Jiang
Ziegler Volker
Zimmer Thomas
Zirath Herbert
Zwamborn Peter
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GENERAL INFORMATION
Welcome to EuMW 2015
EuMW 2015 will be held in the vibrant and exciting city of Paris.
Bringing industry and academia together, European Microwave Week
2015 is a SIX day event, including THREE cutting edge conferences
and ONE exciting trade and technology exhibition featuring leading
players from across the globe. EuMW 2015 provides access to the
very latest products, research and initiatives in the microwave sector.
It also offers you the opportunity for face-to-face interaction with
those driving the future of microwave technology.
The 18th European Microwave Week combines:
• Three Major Conferences
• Associated Workshops
• Tailored Courses and Seminars for industrialists, academics
and researchers
• Leading International Trade Show
In addition, Exhibitor Workshops and Seminars will be provided by
several top organisations with superior expertise in Microwave, RF,
Wireless or Radar. Choose from three separate but complementary
conferences. Spanning the length of the week, starting from Sunday
6th September, the conferences and workshops are scheduled as
follows:
• European Microwave Integrated Circuits Conference (EuMIC)
7th – 8th September 2015
• European Microwave Conference (EuMC)
7th – 10th September 2015
• European Radar Conference (EuRAD)
9th – 11th September 2015
• Plus Workshops and Short Courses
• In addition EuMW 2015 will include the ‘Defence, Security
and Space Forum’
The conferences encompass a wide range of subject areas including:
• Microwave, Millimetre-wave and Submillimetre-wave Systems
• Antennas and Propagation
• Wireless Technologies
• Telecommunication (RF, Microwave and Optical)
• ICs, Semiconductor Materials and Packaging
• Radar Architectures, Systems and Subsystems
• Sensors and Remote Systems
• Test and Measurement
CONFERENCE REGISTRATION & LOCATION
Online registration opens on 25th May 2015 and remains open
up to and during the event until 11th September 2015. During the
event, you can also register Onsite from Saturday 5th September
2015 (16:00h -19:00h) and from 07:30h each morning from Sunday
6th September 2015 to Friday 11th September 2015.
The conferences will be held in different rooms over the conference
dates. Please refer to the Conference Sessions Matrix pages at the
end of this programme for a detailed overview. Delegates should
register for one, two or all three of the conferences. Registration
at one conference does not allow any access to other conference
sessions. Those who wish to register for two or more conferences
will receive a discount on these registrations.
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PALAIS DES CONGRÈS DE PARIS, FRANCE
EuMW 2015
FREEDOM THROUGH MICROWAVES
6 - 11 SEPTEMBER 2015
Fees and discounts are all explained in the Conference Registration
Information section of this programme.
BADGES
Online registrants will automatically be e-mailed their badge
barcode and an order confirmation receipt immediately after they
pay. All those who have pre-registered should bring their badge
barcode and confirmation with them to the conference where they
can print out their badge by scanning their barcode at the Fast
Track desk onsite. Once you have collected your badge, you can
collect the conference proceedings which are on a USB stick and
delegate bag for the conferences. Processing will be quick and
easy but queues may form at busy times, so please arrange to
collect your badge well in advance of your first conference session.
The registration area will be located on the first floor of the Palais
des Congrès as signposted.
Those who have not pre-registered can do so on site. There will be
onsite registration terminals located within the registration area,
where delegates can enter their details and either pay immediately
by swiping their credit or debit cards through the card readers
attached to the terminals. Alternatively, you can pay at the Cashier
desk if you require a printed receipt. If you have any questions
regarding registration procedures and payment, please email:
[email protected]
VAT
All EuMW registration fees listed in the Programme Book and on the
website include 20% French VAT. According to legal requirements,
all attendees will be charged VAT, with the exception of persons
or entities VAT registered in France. For details on this and the
question whether and how VAT can be recovered please see the
EuMW website at www.eumweek.com/conferences/vat.html
EXHIBITION HOURS
The exhibition area will be located on Level 1 as shown on the
Floor Plans at the end of this programme. As a registered delegate
you will have full access to the exhibition area.
The exhibition opening hours are:
Tuesday 8th September: 09:30h – 18:00h (followed by the Welcome
Reception)
Wednesday 9th September: 09:30h – 17:30h
Thursday 10th September: 09:30h – 16:30h
See the back cover for a full listing of the exhibitors (correct at the
time of going to press).
CYBER CAFÉS AND WIFI
The two cyber cafés, sponsored by CST, are located in Hall Neuilly
and Hall Paris. Wifi is available in the conference area on level 2.
GENERAL INFORMATION
SPEAKER PREPARATION ROOM
A speaker preparation area is located in room 204, level 2 Paris
side.
PROCEEDINGS ON USB
All papers published for presentation at your chosen conference
will be on a USB stick given out with the delegate bags. There
will be one USB stick sponsored by UMS, combining all three
conferences.
EuMA KNOWLEDGE CENTRE
The EuMA website has its Knowledge Centre which presently
contains 18.000 papers published under the EuMA umbrella. Full
texts are available to EuMA members only, who can make as many
copies as they wish, at no extra-cost.
EuMA ARCHIVAL DVDS
Both 1969-2003 and 2004-2008 DVDs are available until end of
stock for free at the EuMA desk
EuMA MEMBERSHIP
Membership applications received after August 1, or through the
EuMW registration form are intended for the next calendar year.
EuMA membership fee is €25 for Professionals and €15 for Students.
EuMA offers a three-year free membership for people residing in
NIS and some African countries.
EuMA INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL
The ‘International Journal of Microwave and Wireless Technologies’
is published annually with 6 issues. EuMA members are entitled
to free electronic access to the Journal. There is a special offer
when subscribing to both Membership and Journal: €67 for
Professionals, €57 for Students.
GETTING TO THE PALAIS DES CONGRÈS
Paris can easily be reached by plane, train or car, as it is located
crossroad of Europe. It is served by two international airports and
a very convenient railway system. The shuttle buses from Charles
de Gaulle or Orly airports arrive downtown.
• Arriving by plane
Paris has two international airports. Most international flights use
the larger Roissy Charles de Gaulle Airport (airport code CDG), 30
km north-east of Paris. The other one is the Orly Airport (airport
code ORY), 18 km south of the city. Most international airlines
have direct connections to Paris from their respective hubs. Roissy
Charles de Gaulle Airport and Orly Airport are both well connected
by public transport to central Paris.
From Roissy-Charles de Gaulle Airport:
RER B, stop at “Chatelet Les Halles”
then take RER A to “Charles de Gaulle/Etoile”
then line 1 of the metro to “Porte Maillot/Palais des Congrès”
By Air France or ADP shuttle bus: take line 2 (buses go directly
to “Porte Maillot/Palais des Congrès” or to the “Opéra” in the
city centre). Departure every 15 minutes from 05:45h to 23:00h.
Approximate travel time: 1 hour.
From Orly Airport (approximate travel time: 60 minutes):
High speed shuttle (Orlyval) to “Antony”
RER B, stop at “Chatelet Les Halles”
then take RER A to “Charles de Gaulle/Etoile”
then line 1 of the metro to “Porte Maillot/Palais des Congrès”
By the “Cars Air France”: go to “Terminus Etoile”, then line 1 of
the metro to “Porte Maillot/Palais des Congrès” Departure every
30 minutes from 06:00h to 23:00h. Approximate travel time: 40
minutes to 1 hour. By taxi: approximate travel time to central Paris
is 40 minutes to 1 hour depending on traffic.
• Arriving by car
To Reach “Porte Maillot”, you need to drive on the inner/outer ring
road and you should exit at “Boulevard Periphérique Ouest” (west
beltway). Direct access to the underground parking of the Palais
des Congrès via Porte Maillot. Open 24 hours a day.
• Arriving by train
Line C of the RER Commuter train provides direct access to the
“Porte Maillot” station.
Public transportation
• Metro
The metro is probably the best way to travel within the city. The
Palais des Congrès is above the “Porte Maillot” metro station. It
runs from 05:30h to 01:00h. You should keep your ticket until you
leave the metro as you may need to show it /have it with you
at some exit doors and in case of controls. Line 1 of the metro
(La Défense-Château de Vincennes) crosses the city from east to
west and provides direct access to the Palais des Congrès “Porte
Maillot” station.
LA DÉFENSE
A14
PORTE
MAILLOT
PORTE DE
LA CHAPELLE
A1
GARE SAINT LAZARE
Le Palais des Congrès
de Paris
GARE
DU NORD
A3
PORTE
DE BAGNOLET
GARE
DE L’EST
GARE
DE LYON
A13
PORTE
D’AUTEUIL
GARE
D’AUSTERLITZ
GARE
MONTPARNASSE
PORTE D’ORLÉANS
A6
PORTE
DE BERCY
A4
PORTE D’ITALIE
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GENERAL INFORMATION
• Bus
They are slower than the metro at certain hours of the day
depending on traffic, but the bus services are frequent during
the day even if more irregular after 20:00h on some lines. Lines
to “Porte Maillot”: 82 (Luxembourg-Neuilly), 73 (Concorde-La
Défense), and PC1, PC2, PC3 (beltway lines).
liability for any accidents or injury that occur during or when
travelling to the event. Please also insure that personal items are
covered for loss, damage or theft either through a personal policy
or by a corporate policy. We cannot accept any liability for personal
items that are lost, damaged or stolen during or travelling to and
from European Microwave Week 2015.
• Public transport tickets
Paris public transport is operated by the RATP and includes the
metro subway system, RER trains, buses, night buses, Montmartre
bus, and the Montmartre funicular railway, all of which accept the
same tickets and passes.
ELECTRICITY
Electricity is supplied at 220V, 50Hz. Type E French CEE 7/5 socket.
You can purchase individual tickets, or a Paris Visite Metro Pass,
available for 2, 3 or 5 consecutive days of unlimited travelling:
these tickets were created especially for visitors, they also include
special offers and discounts of up to 35% at a variety of attractions
in the Paris area. This makes travelling around the city very easy.
Tickets for public transport are available at subway stations, some
bus terminals and registered retailers, usually tobacconists and
bookshops, displaying the RATP sign.
• Taxis
There are approximately 500 taxi stations on the city’s major
avenues and boulevards. There is an initial fee for each ride. The
average fare from downtown to the Palais des Congrès is € 15.00.
For your ride back, there is a taxi station located on the Avenue de
la Grande Armée, right next to the Palais des Congrès: +33 (0)1
45 72 61 84.
The Airports’ specialist is: +33 (0)6 08 57 75 83 available 24 hours
and 7/7 days (major credit cards accepted).
Useful telephone numbers
Paris airports (Roissy CDG and Orly): 3950
Air France: 3654
SNCF (French National Railways): 3635
Taxi services:
Taxis G7: +33 (0)1 47 39 47 39
Taxis Bleus: +33 (0)1 49 36 10 10
Emergency: 15 or 112
PERSONAL INVITATION
The organisers will be pleased to send you a link to request a letter
of invitation when you register as a conference delegate, speaker
or exhibitor. In the case of delegates, it is understood that such an
invitation letter is intended to help potential delegates in raising
funds or obtaining a visa. The letter of invitation is therefore not a
commitment on the part of the conference organisers to provide
any financial support and the conference fees will not be waived.
POSTER SESSIONS
Poster sessions will take place in Hall Maillot on Monday and in
Hall Ternes, Level 1 on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday. Please
check the CONFERENCE SESSIONS MATRIX pages at the end of
this programme for full details.
INSURANCE
It is highly recommended that all participants carry the proper
travel and health insurance, as the organiser cannot accept any
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SOCIAL EVENTS & PARTNER PROGRAMME
Full details of the social events & dinners that are taking place
during EuMW 2015 can be found in the ‘Social Events & Partner
Programme’ section of this programme.
CREDIT CARDS
All major hotels and most restaurants and shops will accept credit
cards. It is advisable to carry other identification as well. Visa and
MasterCard are the most widely accepted cards.
HOTEL RESERVATION
Horizon House has teamed up with Connex Hotels and Events, our
preferred hotel booking supplier, to offer you the ability to book
your accommodation for this exhibition at the most competitive
rates available. It is very easy to make an immediate hotel booking.
Simply visit their booking page http://www.connexhotelsandevents.
com/eumw-2015-paris.html and make your booking, or email
[email protected] You will find a wide range of
accommodation to suit every budget. Alternatively, see the hotel
booking pages within this programme.
SHOPPING & SIGHTSEEING
From museums to restaurants, Paris has so much to offer visitors.
Some of the most famous Parisian landmarks include Notre Dame
de Paris, the Arc de Triomphe and the Eiffel Tower. Other sites
include the Tuileries Gardens, the Champs-Élysées, the Invalides
museum, the Panthéon church, the Palais Garnier, the SainteChapelle palace chapel and the Église de la Madeleine.
The Louvre is one of the most famous museums featuring the Mona
Lisa and the Venus de Milo statue. Other museums include Musée
Picasso, Musée Rodin, Musée du Montparnasse, Musée National
d’Art Moderne, Musée Cluny, Musée d’Orsay and the Musée du
quai Branly.
Paris has many theatres and opera houses. Two of the largest
opera houses include Opéra Garnier and the Opéra Bastille.
Theatres include Bobino, Théâtre Mogador and the Théâtre de la
Gaîté-Montparnasse.
For shopping, few places in the world can beat the size and range
of shops along the boulevard Haussmann. Other good shopping
areas include the rue de Rivoli, on the Left Bank and the Madeleine.
For information on just a sample of the city’s sites, visit http://
en.parisinfo.com/
Also see the Social Events & Partner Programme section of this
programme for tours and excursions before, during and after
EuMW 2015.
CONFERENCE REGISTRATION INFORMATION
Fast Track Badge Retrieval
Register online and print out your badge in seconds onsite from the Fast Track Check In Desk
Register Online at www.eumweek.com
ALL FEES ARE INCLUSIVE OF FRENCH VAT AT 20%.
ONLINE registration is open from 25th May 2015 up to and during the event until 11th September 2015.
ONSITE registration is open from 16:00h on 5th September 2015.
ADVANCE DISCOUNTED RATE (up to and including 6th August) STANDARD RATE (from 7th August & Onsite)
CONFERENCE REGISTRATION FEES
There are TWO different rates available for the EuMW
conferences
• ADVANCE DISCOUNTED RATE – for all registrations made
online up to and including 6th August (these are 40%
cheaper than the Standard Rate)
• STANDARD RATE – for all registrations made online from
7th August and onsite.
Please see the Conference Registration Rates table on the
following page for complete pricing information. All payments
must be in € (Euro) – cards will be debited in € (Euro).
Onsite
• The registration area will be located on the right as you enter from
the escalator, on Level 1.
•There will be Self Service terminals in the registration area where
delegates can enter their details and pay immediately by swiping
their credit cards through the readers attached to the terminals.
•Delegates can also choose to ‘Pay at Cashier’ and then proceed to
the Cashier Point and pay using credit cards or cash. Receipts will
be given accordingly.
If you have any questions regarding registration procedures and
payment, please contact: [email protected]
CONFERENCE REGISTRATION DETAILS
Online Registration
•All registrations should be made online at www.eumweek.
com. Those completed up to and including 6th August will
be charged at the ‘Advance Discounted Rate’ and those from
7th August will be charged at the ‘Standard Rate’.
• Online registration is open from 25th May 2015 up to and
during the event until 11th September 2015. You can also
register ONSITE from 16:00h on Saturday 5th September
2015 and then at the times detailed below.
BADGE COLLECTION AT FAST TRACK CHECK IN DESK
•All online registrants should bring a printed copy of their email
registration receipt with the barcode and a photo ID. At the entry to
the convention centre, they may scan the barcode at the Fast Track
Check In desks and present their ID to obtain the badge.
• Online registrants without printed emails may also obtain their badges
at the Self Service registration terminals (photo ID required).
•All onsite registrants using the Self Service terminals will receive
their printed badge upon payment.
• Once you have collected your badge, you can collect the conference
proceedings on USB stick and delegate bag for the conferences
from the specified delegate bag area by scanning your badge.
Processing will be quick and easy but queues may form at busy
times, so please arrange to collect your badge well in advance of
your first conference session.
Onsite Registration
Onsite registration is available:
• Saturday 5th September 16:00h – 19:00h
• Sunday 6th September
07:30h – 17:00h
• Monday 7th September
07:30h – 17:00h
• Tuesday 8th September
07:30h – 17:00h
• Wednesday 9th September
07:30h – 17:00h
• Thursday 10th September
07:30h – 17:00h
• Friday 11th September 07:30h – 10:00h
Onsite registration will be charged at the Standard Rates (see
pricing table on the following page).
HOW TO REGISTER
Online
• All registrations should be made online at www.eumweek.com.
• Delegates can register for one, two or all three of the conferences,
workshops and short courses.
• Discounts will be given to those registering for two or more
conferences.
•All those registering will be emailed an invoice with the
respective VAT information.
• Entities/attendants in possession of a French VAT number please
contact [email protected] and provide this number.
• For more detailed explanations on VAT please visit
www.eumweek.com/conferences/vat.html
•Payment can be made online using Amex, Visa, Mastercard, or
Bank Transfer.
•Registrants paying by Credit Card will be sent an automatic
email confirmation, with a receipt and badge barcode.
•Registrants choosing to pay by Bank Transfer will receive their
confirmation, but their receipt and badge barcode will be sent
only once payment has been received and cleared by Horizon
House.
COFFEE BREAKS AND WELCOME RECEPTION
•All delegates must present their badges to be scanned to receive
coffee during the coffee breaks. There will be two coffee breaks per
day and coffee will only be given to those who have their badges for
scanning.
•On Tuesday, Wednesday & Thursday coffee breaks will take place within
the exhibition area on Level 1 in three locations as sign posted.
• On Sunday, Monday & Friday, they will take place on Level 2. Please
note there is only one coffee break Friday morning.
•All delegates must bring their badges with them to the Welcome
Reception, which takes place in Espace Maillot, Level 2 after show
close at 18:30 hrs on Tuesday 8th September. Badges will be scanned
to allow entrance and those without a badge will be refused entry.
THE EuMW CRUISE ON THE RIVER SEINE
Don’t miss out on this delightful cruise that is sure to leave you
with cherished memories of your time at the Paris Week. Beginning
at the Pont de l’Alma at 20:00 hours, you’ll see many of Paris’ most
exciting sites and monuments. This unique sightseeing experience
will be complimented with a cocktail reception of champagne and
canapés. Don’t miss this unforgettable experience! Tickets are limited,
so register today!
CONFERENCE LOCATION
The conferences will be held in different rooms over the conference
dates. Please refer to the Conference Matrix. Registration at one
conference does not allow any access to other conference sessions.
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CONFERENCE REGISTRATION INFORMATION
EUROPEAN MICROWAVE WEEK 2015, 6th - 11th September, Paris, France
Register Online at www.eumweek.com
ALL FEES ARE INCLUSIVE OF FRENCH VAT AT 20%.
ONLINE registration is open from 25th May 2015 up to and during the event until 11th September 2015.
ONSITE registration is open from 16:00h on 5th September 2015.
ADVANCE DISCOUNTED RATE (up to and including 6th August) STANDARD RATE (from 7th August & Onsite)
Reduced rates are offered if you have society membership to any of
the following*: EuMA, GAAS, IET or IEEE.
EuMA membership fees: Professional € 25/year, Student € 15/year.
If you register for membership through the EuMW registration system,
you will automatically be entitled to discounted member rates.
Reduced Rates for the conferences are also offered if you are a
Student/Senior (Full-time students 30 years or younger and Seniors 65
or older as of 11th September 2015).
ADVANCE REGISTRATION CONFERENCE FEES
(UP TO AND INCLUDING 6TH AUG.)
CONFERENCE FEES
ADVANCE DISCOUNTED RATE
Society Member
Non Member
(*any of above)
Standard
Student/Sr. Standard Student/Sr.
€ 470
€ 130
€ 660
€ 190
€ 360
€ 120
€ 510
€ 170
€ 320
€ 110
€ 450
€ 160
1 Conference
EuMC
EuMIC
EuRAD
2 Conferences
EuMC + EuMIC
EuMC + EuRAD
EuMIC + EuRAD
3 Conferences
EuMC + EuMIC + EuRAD
€ 670
€ 640
€ 550
€ 250
€ 240
€ 230
€ 940
€ 890
€ 770
€ 360
€ 350
€ 330
€ 810
€ 360
€ 1140
€ 520
STANDARD REGISTRATION CONFERENCE FEES
(FROM 7TH AUG. AND ONSITE)
CONFERENCE FEES
STANDARD RATE
Society Member
Non Member
(*any of above)
Standard
Student/Sr.
Standard Student/Sr.
€ 660
€ 190
€ 930
€ 270
€ 510
€ 170
€ 720
€ 240
€ 450
€ 160
€ 630
€ 230
1 Conference
EuMC
EuMIC
EuRAD
2 Conferences
EuMC + EuMIC
EuMC + EuRAD
EuMIC + EuRAD
3 Conferences
EuMC + EuMIC + EuRAD
€ 940
€ 890
€ 770
€ 360
€ 350
€ 330
€ 1140
€ 1320
€ 1250
€ 1080
€ 520
€ 510
€ 500
€ 470
€ 1600
€ 740
WORKSHOP AND SHORT COURSE FEES
(ONE STANDARD RATE THROUGHOUT)
FEES
STANDARD RATE
Society Member
Non Member
(*any of above)
Standard
Student/Sr.
Standard
Student/Sr.
Half day WITH Conference
registration
Half day WITHOUT
Conference registration
Full day WITH Conference
registration
Full day WITHOUT
Conference registration
€ 100
€ 80
€ 130
Other Items
THE EUMW CRUISE ON THE RIVER SEINE - 9th Sept 2015
Tickets for the cruise are limited and are available on a first-come
-first-served basis at the price of € 40.
Proceedings on USB Stick
All papers published for presentation at each conference will be
on a USB stick, given out FREE with the delegate bags to those
attending conferences. For additional USB sticks the cost is € 50.
International Journal of Microwave and Wireless
Technologies (6 issues per year)
International Journal combined with EuMA membership:
€ 67 for Professionals or € 57 for Students.
DVD Archive EuMC
DVD Archive EuMC 1969-2003
DVD Archive EuMC 2004-2008
Partner Programme and Social Events
Full Details and contacts for the Partner Programme and other Social
Events can be obtained via the EuMW website www.eumweek.com
EUROPEAN MICROWAVE WEEK WORKSHOPS & SHORT COURSES
Full Day
Half Day
Half Day
Half Day
Half Day
Full Day
Half Day
Half Day
Half Day
Half Day
Full Day
Full Day
Full Day
Half Day
Half Day
WS01
WS02
WS03
WS04
WS05
WS06
WS07
WS08
WS09
WS10
WS11
WS12
SCS01
SCS02
SCS03
SUNDAY 6th September
EuMC
EuMC
EuMC
EuMC
EuMIC
EuMC
EuMIC
EuMC
EuMC
EuMC
EuMC
EuMIC
EuMC
EuMC
EuMC
Full Day
Half Day
Half Day
Full Day
Full Day
Half Day
Half Day
Full Day
Full Day
WM01
WM02
WM03
WM04
WM05
WM06
WM07
WM08
SCM01
MONDAY 7th September
EuMC
EuMC
EuMC
EuMC
EuMC
EuMC
EuMC
EuMC
EuMC
Half Day
Half Day
Half Day
Half Day
WW01
SCW01
SCW02
SCW03
Wednesday 9th September
EuRAD
EuRAD
EuMC
EuRAD
Half Day
SCF01
Friday 11th September
EuRAD
€ 100
€ 130
€ 100
€ 170
€ 130
€ 140
€ 110
€ 180
€ 130
€ 180
€ 140
€ 240
€ 170
FREE - Until end of stock
FREE - Until end of stock
SPECIAL FORUMS & SESSIONS
Date
Wednesday
9th September
Time
10:50h - 18:45h
Title
Defence, Security & Space Forum
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Location
Room
Maillot
No. of Days
1
Fee
€ 10 for delegates
(those registered for
EuMC, EuMIC or EuRAD)
€ 50 for all others
(those not registered
for a conference)
EUROPEAN MICROWAVE WEEK WORKSHOPS AND SHORT COURSES
SUNDAY 6th September
Sensors Towards Terahertz: Novel Technologies for Potential "THz Killer Applications" in Life
Sciences and Spectroscopy
Full Day
WS01
EuMC
Half Day
WS02
EuMC
100 Gbit/s Wireless Communications at High mm-Wave Frequencies
Half Day
WS03
EuMC
Technologies Overview for mm-wave Tunable Circuits
Half Day
WS04
EuMC
Latest Developments in GaN PA Technologies and Techniques
Half Day
WS05
EuMIC
GaN Technology for Space Applications
Full Day
WS06
EuMC
Recent Advances on High Performance Reconfigurable Filters
Half Day
WS07
EuMIC
RF-Technologies on the Move: The Races of Integrated mm-Wave Automotive Radar and Sensing
Technologies
Half Day
WS08
EuMC
Microwave Characterization of Nanoscale devices
Half Day
WS09
EuMC
Microwave Measurements and Electromagnetic Simulations of Printed Circuit Boards (PCBs) for
High Speed Digital and Radio Frequency (RF) Applications
Half Day
WS10
EuMC
Transceiver/IF Structures and Modelling for Wideband and SDR Systems
Full Day
WS11
EuMC
Far-field Wireless Power Transmission
Full Day
WS12
EuMIC
SiGe for mm-Wave and THz
Full Day
SCS01
EuMC
Nonlinear Microwave Circuit Design: The Basics of Computer Aided Nonlinear Microwave Circuit
Design
Half Day
SCS02
EuMC
Fundamentals of Microwave Power Amplifier Designs
Half Day
SCS03
EuMC
Design by Mathematics of Full Software Radio Circuits and Systems: Methodology and Application
to 5G Standard
MONDAY 7th September
Fundamentals and Engineering Considerations of Terahertz Technologies: from Devices to
Applications
Using Symmetry-Related Electromagnetic Properties for Microwave Device Design: Application to
Half-Mode Circuits, Balanced Lines and Circuits and Microwave Sensors
Bio-ElectroMagnetism for Biological and Medical Applications: Latest Developments on Implantable
Micro-Devices, Sensing Concept and Modelling Approaches
Full Day
WM01
EuMC
Half Day
WM02
EuMC
Half Day
WM03
EuMC
Full Day
WM04
EuMC
Millimeter-wave Multilayer MCM/SoP and Heterogeneous Integration Techniques
Full Day
WM05
EuMC
Millimeter-Wave Technologies for 5G Mobile Networks
Half Day
WM06
EuMC
Recent Advances in the Synthesis of Microwave Filters and Multiplexers
Half Day
WM07
EuMC
Recent Advances in RF/microwave filters for Space Application
Full Day
WM08
EuMC
Current and Future Use of Spectrum by PMSE
Full Day
SCM01
EuMC
High RF Power Critical Effects
Wednesday 9th September
Half Day
WW01
EuRAD
Opening Ways for Exploring New Maritime Radar Applications Using High-Level Modelling
Half Day
SCW01
EuRAD
Geometric Radar Processing Breakthrough Based on Fisher Information Geometry
Half Day
SCW02
EuMC
Multibeam Antennas and Beamforming Networks
Half Day
SCW03
EuRAD
Radar Electromagnetic Scattering Modelling From Random Rough Surfaces
Friday 11th September
Half Day
SCF01
EuRAD
MIMO Radar: From Principles to Practical and Useful Applications
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SPECIAL CONFERENCE EVENTS
The 2015 Defence, Security
and Space Forum
Wednesday 9 September, Room Maillot, 10:50h to 18:45h
Maintained interest in the subject and the enthusiastic way that
the EuMW Defence, Security and Space Forum has been embraced
since its inception in 2010 has prompted the joint organisers, the
European Microwave Association (EuMA) and Microwave Journal,
to continue EuMW’s coverage of the defence, security and space
sector. Each year the Forum focuses on a specific area where there
is particular interest and activity. In 2015 the emphasis will be on
RF systems and technology for Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs),
covering specifics such as: Synthetic Aperture Radar (SAR) for UAVs,
ESM and EW for UAVs, operational use of integrated RF systems for
UAVs, along with Airborne SARs.
The 2015 EuMW Defence, Security and Space Forum will feature
executives from industry, academia, the military and from space
agencies. It will be held in combination with the opening of EuRAD
and will conclude with a round-table discussion.
Programme
10:50h - 12:30h EuRAD Opening Session
12:40h - 13:40h Strategy Analytics Lunch & Learn Session
This session will add a further dimension by offering a market
analysis perspective, illustrating the status, development and
potential of the market.
13:50h - 15:30h Microwave Journal Industry Panel Session
The session offers an industrial perspective on the key issues
facing the defence, security and space sector. In accordance with
the theme for 2015, the Panel will address: RF and Microwave
Development for UAVs.
16:10h - 17:50h EuMW Defence & Security Executive Forum
Speakers from leading European defence industries have
confirmed their participation. These high-level speakers will
present their view on RF microwave technology trends for the next
generation UAV platforms and systems. The industrial speakers
are complemented by speakers from government, agencies and
research organizations who will offer their perspective of military/
security needs, programmes, budgets and scientific research for
next generation systems.
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18:00h - 18:45h Cocktail Reception
The opportunity to network and discuss the issues raised
throughout the Forum in an informal setting.
Registration and Programme Updates
Registration fees are €10 for those who have registered for a
conference and €50 for those not registered for a conference.
Register online at www.eumweek.com
As information is formalized, the Conference Special Events
section of the EuMW website will give further details and will be
updated on a regular basis.
SPECIAL CONFERENCE EVENTS
EuMW 2015 Student Challenge
Date: Tuesday 8th - Thursday 10th September 2015
Organisers: Anne-Laure Franc, University of Toulouse,
Audrey Martin, University of Limoges.
The Student Challenge has become a fine tradition at the European
Microwave Week and is offered in 2015 for the eighth time.
The Student Challenge is an opportunity for Bachelor, Master,
and Doctoral students from all over the world with a variety of
academic backgrounds, to work together on a specific topic in the
wide and challenging field of microwaves. The aim is to promote
innovative thinking, teamwork and pro-active behavior, skills future
employers will highly value. For the EuMW 2015 Student Challenge,
several teams shall be formed; each team has to be composed of
a maximum of four members, preferably from different institutions
and with a variety of backgrounds. The aim for all teams is to
present, explain, and defend a fresh, visionary, application-oriented
concept by a poster. The poster must be based on at least two
papers presented at the EuMW 2015, of which only one paper may
be authored by a member of the team. Eventually, each team will
give a five-minute presentation of the innovative concepts they
have devised. A technical jury, composed of prominent members of
academia and industry, will evaluate the presentation and the poster
of each team according to the following criteria: Originality, content,
feasibility, and clarity. The winning team will receive the EuMW 2015
Student Challenge Prize worth €1,500. The sponsoring of this Prize
by Thales Nederland B.V. is greatly appreciated. All Bachelor, Master,
and Doctoral students registered in any one of the EuMW 2015
Conferences are eligible for participation in the Student Challenge.
Updated information and further details can be found at http://
www.eumweek.com/student_challenge.html
Registration
To register, please send an e-mail to [email protected]
univ-tlse.fr and [email protected] and attach a copy of your
student identity card or a confirmation, signed by your responsible
professor. The deadline for registration is August 31, 2015.
Programme
Tuesday 8th September 2015
13:50h - 14:50h Kick-off meeting: Theme disclosure,
instructions, team formation (Hall Passy D)
Thursday 10th September 2015
10:00h Poster submission deadline (Hall Passy D)
13:50h - 15:00h Poster presentation to jury and audience
(Exhibition Hall)
16:10h - 17:50h Award ceremony during the EuMW/EuMC
Closing session (Room Maillot)
EuMW 2015 Student Design Competition
Date: Tuesday 8th September 2015
Organisers: Etienne Perret, Grenoble INP, France and
Arnaud Vena, University of Montpellier, France
Location: Hall Passy
The European Microwave Week will be hosting, for the third time, a
Student Design Competition. The main objective of this event is to
encourage students to become involved in the dynamic profession
of microwave engineering and to apply their knowledge to practical design use. Competitors are required to design, construct, and
measure hardware solutions for predetermined design requirements.
They will be given the opportunity to challenge themselves and other
participating students for the best solution. This year, a single theme
is proposed in which cross-knowledge is necessary to perform the
required design specifications. The idea is to study and build a single
band radio transmitter at the ISM Band of 5.8 GHz for the sake of
remote empowering of passive receivers. For this study, it is necessary to design a power amplifier, a band pass filter and a high gain
antenna. The realization of the transmitter will be done by hand during the competition using copper tape and given RF components. The
competition will take place during the conference week, in a special
event on Tuesday 8th September 2015. Required test equipment for
the evaluation measurements will be provided by Keysight Technologies to the participants. The winner, as judged by the technical
committee (based on the figure of merit published on the website of
the conference), will be recognized during the EuMW/EuMC Closing
Session and will receive the EuMW 2015 Student Design Prize with a
value of €1500 sponsored by Cobham. In addition, the winners will be
given the opportunity to submit an article to the EuMA International
Journal of Microwave and Wireless Technologies in order to share their
design techniques and experience with the microwave community.
All doctoral, master students registered in any one of the EuMW 2015
conferences are welcome to participate. The students must attend the
conference to present their design for evaluation.
Design Competition
A single band handmade radio transmitter at the ISM Band of
5.8 GHz for remote empowering.
Complete information can be found at www.eumweek.com.
Registration
To register, please send an e-mail to Etienne Perret ([email protected]), and attach a copy of your student identity card or a confirmation, signed by your responsible professor.
The deadline for registration is 30th July 2015.
Programme
Tuesday 8th September 2015
08:00h - 12:00h Student Design Competition.
12:00h - 13:00h Presentation of the design by the students to
the technical committee
Thursday 10th September 2015
17:40h - 18:10h Award ceremony during the EuMW/EuMC
Closing Session
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SPECIAL CONFERENCE EVENTS
Special Panel Session on “Microwave in Paris: Fashion, Arts and
Gastronomy City” a Women in Microwave Engineering Event
Date: Tuesday 8th September. Duration: 13:30h – 17:30h
Location: Room 212 + 213
Visit: Fashion Workshop in Paris
Organisers: Daniela Dragomirescu, University of Toulouse,
LAAS-CNRS, France, Dominique Scheurs, KU Leuven,
Belgium, Katia Grenier, LAAS-CNRS, France, Alessandra
Costanzo, University of Bologna, Italy, Charlotte TriponCanseliet, Université Pierre et Marie Curie, France
slides discussing their research themes and expertise, which could
be exploited in the area of fashion, arts or gastronomy.
At the end of the panel session a visit related to the fashion of
arts will be scheduled. To attend the event please pre-register by
sending an email to [email protected], subject: EuMW
2015, attend WiE event.
Programme
We continue the tradition of holding the Women in Microwave
Engineering event, sponsored by IEEE MTT-S during the European
Microwave Week. Both women and men are welcome. This year's
event will take place in Paris, worldwide recognized city of arts,
gastronomy and fashion. The event will focus on microwaves in the
area of fashion (fashionable and wearable technology), arts and
gastronomy and will end with a guided tour of a fashion workshop.
Several invited presentations on these topics strongly related to
the city of Paris will be given followed by a moderated discussion
session. Attendees, especially women, are invited to present a few
Tuesday 8th September 2015
13:30h - 15:30h Panel Session "Microwave in Paris"
15:30h - 17:30h Visit
18:00h Return to the Palais des Congrès
EuMW 2015 Career Platform
EuMW 2015 continues the “career platform” initiative launched in 2013 in Nuremberg, to foster the dynamic between young researchers,
engineers and the job market in the field of microwaves. A dedicated area will be reserved to foster sharing and exchange. Special sessions
will also be organized on the industrial market analysis and its career development and recruitment
strategies. EuMW 2015 will also launch a unique e-Platform initiative with the ambition to offer to the
RF and Microwave community a job portal at the European scale.
For further information, contact the Career Platform Chair:
Dr. Jean-Luc Polleux
Université Paris-Est, ESYCOM, ESIEE Paris
Email: [email protected]
Special session 1:
The European Microwave Industry Market
Date: Tuesday 8th September 2015
Time: 08:30h - 12:00h
Room: 202/203, Level 2
Registration: Free
Special session 2:
Career Development and Recruitment Strategies for the
Microwave Industry
Date: Thursday 10th September 2015
Time: 16:10h - 17:50h
Room: 253, Level 2
Registration: Free
Career Platform’ Meeting Space:
Date: From Monday 7th to Friday 11th 2015
Time: 08:30h -17:00h
Registration: Free
This space will foster the exchange between job seekers and job
offers. It will provide a suitable environment in a warm and friendly
environment to share job offers and organize self-organized meeting
and job dating. With a focus on SMEs, it is also widely opened to large
companies and academics. The platform includes:
• Partner’s booths and banners
• Pinning boards for job offers
• Cozy sharing/meeting space
E-Career Platform:
Date: From Monday 7th to Friday 11th 2015
Time: 08:30h - 17:00h
Registration: Free
Located in the same area as the meeting spaces, computers will
be made available to connect to the e-platform. This EUMW 2015
e-career platform initiative has the ambition to support and promote
to the RF and Microwave community a job portal on a European scale.
Above mentioned special sessions will also discuss the initiative in
order to open it to the community for continued development.
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SOCIAL EVENTS
EuMIC Get-Together
Date: Monday 7th September 2015
Duration: 18:30h until 19:30h
Cost: Free to EuMIC delegates
Location: Palais des Congrès (details will be provided during the
Conference)
THE EuMW Cruise on the River Seine
Date: Wednesday 9th September 2015
Duration: 20:00h until 22:30h
Cost: € 40
Location: Bateaux-Mouches – Port de la Conférence – Pont de
l’Alma, Rive droite – Paris 8ème
All registered EuMIC 2015 delegates are invited to a jovial get
together with friends and colleagues. Recover from the first
conference day, talk to the speakers and other experts, or enjoy
drinks and finger food from a flying buffet.
Please note that places are limited and assigned on a first-comefirst-served basis. This boat trip will be the opportunity to discover
the most important and prestigious monuments of the Capital on the
mythical river “la Seine”. This unique sightseeing experience will be
complimented with a cocktail reception of champagne and canapés.
Welcome Reception
Date: Tuesday 8th September 2015
Duration: 18:30h until 22:00h
Cost: Free to conference delegates & invited exhibitors
Location: Hall Maillot, Level 2, Palais des Congrès
From “Palais des Congrès”, take the RER C – Neuilly-Porte Maillot
Station to Pont de l’Alma Station, cross the bridge and you will reach
the boarding for “Bateaux-Mouches” (time: 30 minutes).
There is free parking on the quay throughout the whole duration
of the cruise.
All registered conference delegates, as well as invited
representatives from companies participating in the exhibition
are invited to the EuMW 2015 Welcome Reception, sponsored
by Keysight Technologies, Horizon House Publications and EuMA.
Delegates will need to bring their badge and exhibitors their invite
along with them to gain entrance.
The cocktail-dinner will take place in the “La Gabarre boat”.
The evening will begin with drinks at 18:30h followed by the General
Chairs’ handover from EuMW 2015, Paris to EuMW 2016, London as
well as an address from the Platinum Sponsor, Keysight Technologies.
The open-buffet dinner will be served from 19:00h.
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PARTNER PROGRAMME
Paris City Vision, the premier excursion company
in France, offers a wide range of tours and excursions
before, during and after European Microwave Week.
To book your tour or excursion, please contact
Sally Garland on [email protected]
Information regarding Paris City Vision and last
minute bookings will be available on the Tourist
Information Desk within the registration area
although Advance booking is recommended.
City Tour of Paris
Adult: € 21, Child (3-11 years old): € 13. Duration: 1.45hr
The best of Paris in a panoramic bus! Discover the Place de l’Opéra, the
Champs-Elysées, the Eiffel Tower, the Louvre, Notre Dame Cathedral,
Saint-Germain-Des-Près. Recorded commentary available in French,
English, Spanish, German, Italian, Portuguese, Japanese, Mandarin
Chinese, Dutch, Russian, and Korean. Children’s commentary
available in English, French, Spanish, Italian and German. The
commentary takes you through the centuries and tells you about the
history of Paris and the richness of the city’s cultural, architectural
and artistic heritage. Four departures daily in a luxury air conditioned
Coach, suited to clients and families looking for an overall glimpse or
orientation. This is a non-stop tour.
Paris by Night City Tour
Adult: € 27, Child (3-11 years old): € 17. Departure: 22:00h
Admire the magic of Paris by night in a double-decker bus: the
monuments and bridges are lit up emphasizing the fantastical
atmosphere that reigns in the City of Lights. You will discover the
Place de l’Opéra, the Champs Elysées, the Eiffel Tower, the Louvre,
Notre Dame Cathedral, Saint Germain des Prés. Furtheremore, you’ll
learn about Paris’ history with the registered commentary. Recorded
commentary available in French, English, Spanish, German, Italian,
Portuguese, Japanese, Mandarin Chinese, Dutch, Russian, and
Korean. Children’s commentary available in English, French, Spanish,
Italian and German. This is a non-stop tour.
2 Days Hop on Hop off Pass
Adult: € 36, Child (4-11 years old): € 16.
Departure: Every ten minutes from 09:30h - 19:00h
Visit Paris boarding an open top bus “Paris l’Opentour” and enjoy
an exceptional view of Paris. Hop on Hop off as often as you please
and see Paris in your own time and at your own pace with the 4
tour itineraries. Explore the Paris you have been looking for, historical,
romantic, fashionable, fun and shopper friendly while listening
to nice audio guided commentaries! Bus frequency gives you the
opportunity to visit at your own pace the top monuments and to be
seated comfortably each time you take the bus. The pass is valid two
consecutive days, whatever time you start the tour.
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Visit of the Louvre with Audio Guide
Adult: € 37, Child (3-17 years old): € 6.
Departure: 09.45h, 12:15h or 14:00h
Upon arrival to the agency, we will give you your entry ticket valid
until closing of the museum, your audio guide to allow you to listen
to recorded commentaries about the museum’s greatest works and
a route map suggesting various possible itineraries to organize your
free tour. Themed visits or itineraries taking in the major works: the
Venus de Milo, the Coronation of Napoleon I and Leonardo de Vinci’s
Mona Lisa. All audio guides must be returned after a maximum of 3
hours. Audio guide with recorded commentary: a deposit of 32 euros
per audio guide will be required at the agency upon the departure.
You will need to return the audio guide at the agency at the end of
the tour, the deposit will then be given back to you.
Paris by Night: City Tour + Cruise
Adult: € 38, Child (3-11 years old): € 23. Departure: 19:15h
While waiting for night to fall, part of the tour takes place in daylight.
Clients will be transported to the Bateaux Parisiens boarding point
and escorted back to the coach by our hostess. The Seine River cruise
takes us from the Eiffel Tower as far as the Ile de la Cité, with the
Conciergerie and Notre Dame Cathedral, for about one hour. Clients
have the possibility of finishing the tour in the Opera area (good
location for restaurants and bars).
Skip-the-line Ticket to the Eiffel Tower
Adult: € 39, Child (under 4 years old): Free of charge.
Book your priority access ticket to climb the Eiffel Tower, and visit
the first and second level of this unmissable Parisian monument at
your own pace. With priority access, you can avoid spending up to
two hours in a queue in high season and take full advantage of your
visit to the Eiffel Tower. Enjoy panoramic views across the city and
admire famous Parisian landmarks such as Notre-Dame Cathedral,
the Sacré-Coeur and the Arc de Triomphe from 115 metres up. Meet
your trilingual group leader (French, English, Spanish) near to the
Eiffel Tower in Place Joffre in front of the Marshal’s statue, where
you will pick up your no-queue ticket and be taken to the priority
entrance area. As you ascend in the glass elevator, soak in this historic
monument, a true architectural marvel. Measuring 324 metres high,
the Eiffel Tower was constructed by Gustave Eiffel for the 1889
World’s Fair. A symbol of France across the world and a showcase for
Paris, it now welcomes nearly 7 million visitors per year, making it the
most visited fee-paying monument in the world.
Lunch at the Eiffel Tower with a Skip-the-Line-Ticket
Adult: € 45, Child (0-12 years old): € 21. Departure: 13:15h
Enjoy a truly unique experience at the “58 Tour Eiffel” restaurant
located on the first floor of the Eiffel Tower, with uninterrupted
panoramic views of the Paris skyline: Montmartre and the Sacré
Coeur, the Invalides, the Champ-de-Mars, the Champs Elysées and
the Arc de Triomphe. This chic and contemporary restaurant has the
feel of a Parisian brasserie. Sample fresh seasonal produce with our
delicious two-course menu.
PARTNER PROGRAMME
3 Days Hop on Hop off Pass & Seine
Adult: € 49, Child (4-11 years old): € 20.
Departure: Every ten minutes from 09:30h - 19:00h
With your Paris à la Carte pass, valid 3 consecutive days, board
and get off whenever you want from buses or boats. You will enjoy
fantastic views of Paris monuments and the Seine from the rear decks
of the boats and the open-air upper deck on buses.
Skip-the-line Guided Tour of the Louvre Museum
Adult: € 54, Child (3-17 years old): € 33.
Departure: 09:00h, 14:15h, 18:30h
Your priority access ticket will allow you to follow your guide straight
into the world’s largest museum. No need to stand in line! This guided
tour offers the perfect opportunity to learn about the museum’s huge
collection and its greatest works of art, such as the Mona Lisa, the
Venus de Milo, and the Coronation of Napoleon.
City tour & Skip-the-Line Eiffel Tower
Adult: € 54, Child (3-11 years old): € 29.
Departure: 09:00h, 10:30h, 12:00h, 14:45h and 16:00h Daily
Early Evening Dinner Cruise “Decouverte Menu” - La Marina
Adult: € 60, Child (3-11 years old): € 35. Departure: 18:45h
Enjoy your evening beginning with a cruise on the Seine River,
boarding Marina de Paris boat, to discover the main monuments of
Paris differently. During the cruise, you will be served a “decouverte”
set menu dinner.
Skip-the-Line Eiffel Tower Visit, Paris City Tour and Seine Cruise
Adult: € 62, Child (3-11 years old): € 37.
Departure: 09:00h, 10:30h, 12:00h, 14:45h and 16:00h
Paris by Night: City Tour, Cruise, Skip-the-line Eiffel Tower
Adult: € 68, Child (3-11 years old): € 41. Departure: 18:15h
Visit Notre-Dame de Paris, Montmartre, Eiffel Tower in a Small
Group
Adult: € 75, Child (3-11 years old): € 57.
Departure: 08:15h or 13:15h from your hotel or apartment in Paris
Paris by Night: Cruise, City Tour, Dinner on the Champs Elysées
Adult: € 99, Child (3-11 years old): € 59. Departure: 19:15h
After a tour through Paris “the city of lights” during the cruise on the
Seine River and also on board our coach, we have booked you the
best tables in the restaurant “Chez Clément” on the Champs-Élysées,
one of the most fashionable of our capital city.
wonderful Blue Bell Girls, the international attractions and various
scenes. During the show you will be offered a glass of Champagne.
You will be returned to the proximity of your hotel at the end of the
evening.
Dinner at the Eiffel Tower with Skip-the-Line Access + Seine
River Cruise
Adult: € 162. Departure: 18:15h
This night-time adventure includes a once-in-a-lifetime dinner on the
first floor of the city’s most famous monument and a magical cruise
along the Seine. Your priority ticket will allow you to skip the line
and directly access the first floor of the Eiffel Tower. Thanks to its
uninterrupted, breath-taking views over Paris, you will be able to spot
Montmartre and the Sacré Coeur, the Invalides, the Champ-de-Mars,
the Champs Elysées and the Arc de Triomphe.
Paris City Tour by night + Moulin Rouge Show with Champagne
Adult: € 169. Departure: 21:00h
We begin our evening with our “Paris by night” Drive to Montmartre
area and reach the Moulin Rouge cabaret to attend its “Feerie”
show with the famous French Can-Can. Half bottle of Champagne
will be served during the show while you will admire the numerous
attractions with the beautiful Doriss Girls. After the “Féerie” show,
we will bring you to the close vicinity of your hotel in Paris.
Minibus Tour of Paris, Lunch at the Eiffel Tower, and Seine
Cruise
Adult: € 215, Child (3-11 years old): € 156. Departure: 08:00h
Full day small group tour of Paris introducing you to the city’s most
famous sights. Your minibus tour will include free time to explore
Montmartre and Notre Dame Cathedral. This will be followed by
lunch on the 1st floor of the Eiffel Tower before your day continues
with an incredible boat trip along the Seine.
Dinner at the Eiffel Tower, Seine Cruise, Moulin Rouge Show
Adult: € 252. Departure: 18:15h
After crossing the Seine River, we climb to the first floor to the Eiffel
Tower restaurant, the “58 Tour Eiffel”, to have dinner (drinks included)
After dinner we board on of the Bateaux Parisiens boat for our
evening cruise* (duration approx 1 hour). After the Eiffel Tower and
Seine river cruise, we cross Paris to the foot of the Montmartre hill. In
the Pigalle district, enjoy the cabaret entertainment (“Féerie” show)
at the Moulin Rouge. You will be accompanied to the close proximity
of your hotel at the end of the evening.
Paris by Night: City Tour + Lido Show
Adult: € 119. Departure: 21:00h
Visit Paris at night with a city tour by panoramic bus. Discover the
monuments of Paris, the main areas, and the famous bridges over the
Seine River in a magic atmosphere of beautiful illuminations.
Stop at the Lido cabaret, situated half way up the Champs-Elysées
and attend the evening new Lido show (duration of about 1h30).
Lido show in Paris is very famous from all over the world with the
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MONDAY
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Maillot
EuMIC01
III-V HEMT based
Millimeterwave and THz
Integrated Circuits
EuMIC02
Fully Integrated Power
Amplifiers in GaN, GaAs
and SiGe
EuMIC03
High Frequency
Characterisation and
Modelling
EuMIC01-01
High-Sensitivity Wideband
THz Detectors Based on
GaN HEMTs with Integrated
Bow-Tie Antennas
EuMIC02-01
An E-band SiGe Power
Amplifier with 28 dB Gain
and 19.2 dBm Output
Power Utilizing an OnChip Differential Power
Combiner
EuMIC03-01
Cold-Source Cryogenic
Characterization and
Modeling of a mHEMT
Process
Chair: Ingmar Kallfass, University Stuttgart
Co-Chair: Herbert Zirath, Chalmers
University
08:30h - 08:50h
08:50h - 09:10h
09:10h - 09:30h
09:30h - 09:50h
09:50h - 10:10h
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M. Bauer1, A. Rämer2, S. Boppel1, A. Lisauskas1,3, S.
Chevtchenko2, W. Heinrich2, V. Krozer1,2, H. G. Roskos1,
1
Johann Wolfgang Goethe Universität Frankfurt,
Frankfurt am Main, Germany, 2Ferdinand-BraunInstitut, Leibniz Institut für Höchstfrequenztechnik,
Berlin, Germany, 3Vilnius University, Vilnius, Lithuania
EuMIC01-02
Ultra-Broadband W-Band
Frequency Multiplier-byTwelve MMIC
U. J. Lewark1, L. John1, S. Wagner2, A.
Tessmann2, A. Leuther2, T. Zwick1, I. Kallfass3,
1
Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT),
Karlsruhe, Germany, 2Fraunhofer Institute
for Applied Solid State Physics (IAF),
Freiburg, Germany, 3University of Stuttgart,
Stuttgart, Germany
EuMIC01-03
An E-band 1 W-Class
PHEMT Power Amplifier
MMIC
K. Tsukashima, A. Otsuka, M. Kubota, T.
Tokumitsu, S. Ogita, Sumitomo Electric
Industries LTD, 1, Taya-cho, Sakae-ku,
Yokohama, Japan
EuMIC01-04
U-Band pHEMT Divide-byThree ILFD
W. Chang1, C. Meng1, K. Tsung1, G. Huang2,
1
National Chiao Tung University, Hsinchu,
Taiwan, 2National Nano Device Laboratories,
Hsinchu, Taiwan
EuMIC01-05
Miniaturized Broadband
Up-Converter MMIC
A. Bessemoulin1, E. R. Convert1, S. J. Mahon1,
A. E. Parker2, 1MACOM, North Sydney,
Australia, 2Macquarie University, Sydney,
Australia
Chair: Frank van den Bogaart, TNO
Co-Chair: Nathalie Deltimple, University of
Bordeaux
M. Furqan, F. Ahmed, M. Jahn, A. Stelzer,
Johannes Kepler University, Linz, Austria
EuMIC02-02
Reduced-Size E-Band
GaAs Power Amplifier
MMIC
A. Bessemoulin1, J. Tarazi1, M. Rodriguez1,
M. G. McCulloch1, A. E. Parker2, S. J.
Mahon1, 1MACOM, North Sydney, Australia,
2
Macquarie University, Sydney, Australia
EuMIC02-03
Monolithic Three-Stage
6–18 GHz High Power
Amplifier with Distributed
Interstage in GaN
Technology
242A
Chair: Carlos Camacho-Peñalosa,
Universidad de Malaga
Co-Chair: Gilles Dambrine , IEMN University
of Lille 1
R. Cleriti, S. Colangeli, W. Ciccognani, M.
Palomba, E. Limiti, University of Rome Tor
Vergata, Roma, Italy
EuMIC03-02
Closed-Form Noise
Parameters of a
Transmission Line under
Thermal Gradients
S. Colangeli, W. Ciccognani, R. Cleriti, M.
Palomba, E. Limiti, University of Rome Tor
Vergata, Rome, Italy
EuMIC03-03
Analytical Response
Characterization of
High Mobility Transistor
Channels
P. Dennler, S. Maroldt, R. Quay, O. Ambacher,
Fraunhofer Institute for Applied Solid State
Physics, Freiburg, Germany
F. Mahi1, H. Marinchio2, C. Palermo2, L.
Varani2, 1Physics of Semiconductor Devices
Laboratory, Elbayadh, Algeria, 2Montpellier
CEDEX 5, Montpellier, France
EuMIC02-04
GaN MMICs for
Microwave Backhaul:
Doherty vs. Combined
Class-AB Power Amplifier
EuMIC03-04
Selection of Compressed
Training Data for RF Power
Amplifier Behavioral
Modeling
R. Giofrè1, L. Piazzon1, F. Giannini1, P.
Colantonio1, V. Camarchia2, R. Quaglia2,
M. Pirola2, C. Ramella2, I. Mustazar2,
1
University of Roma Tor Vergata, Roma,
Italy, 2Politecnico of Turin, Turin, Italy
Z. Wang, J. Dooley, K. Finnerty, R. Farrell,
National University of Ireland Maynooth,
Maynooth, Ireland
EuMIC02-05
Compact Design of Linear
Doherty Power Amplifier
with Harmonic Control for
Handset Applications
EuMIC03-05
Under-Sampling Effects
and Computational Cost
Reduction in RF Power
Amplifier Behavioral
Modeling
Y. Cho1, K. Moon2, B. Park1, J. Kim2, H. Jin2,
B. Kim1,2, 1Pohang University of Science and
Technology (POSTECH), Pohang, Republic
of Korea, 2Pohang University of Science and
Technology (POSTECH), Pohang, Republic
of Korea
T. Wang, P. L. Gilabert, G. Montoro,
Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya (UPC),
Castelldefels, Spain
MONDAY
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MONDAY
EuMIC04
EuMIC Opening Session
Chair: Eric Kerhervé, EuMIC 2015 Chair
Co-Chair: Didier Floriot, EuMIC 2015 Co-Chair
10:50h - 11:00h
Welcome Address
Opening of the European Microwave Integrated
Circuits Conference 2015
Eric Kerhervé, EuMIC 2015 Chair
11:00h - 11:45h
Planar UTBB FD-SOI Technology for Highly Energy
Efficient Devices
Andreia Cathelin, STMicroelectronics, Crolles, France
11:45h - 12:30h
Technologies for RF Power: GaN-HEMT and SiLDMOS
Thomas Rödle, NXP Semiconductors, Nijmegen, The Netherlands
10:50h - 12:30h
The revolution of the Internet of Things promises an exponential growth of
connected devices. To sustain this market demand, the semiconductor industry
requires a real breakthrough in energy efficiency both for the connected devices and
for the communication infrastructure. Innovative solutions for very energy efficient
systems are mandatory to continue the growth the semiconductor industry has
enjoyed, covering ultra-low power systems, energy management and harvesting.
This talk will present the development of the 28nm UTBB FD-SOI (Ultra-Thin Body
and Buried-oxide Fully Depleted Silicon On Insulator) technology and its main
characteristics, especially suited for highly energy efficient operation (even in ultralow voltage conditions), not limited to digital logic but also on memory bit-cells and
exceptional analog/RF characteristics. Several application domains will be illustrated
demonstrating how the technology can enable new and innovative applications in
the field of IoT, wearable, mobile and server.
GaN-HEMT technology has been commercially available for several years and is
said to be a disruptive technology for RF Power applications. Nevertheless, this
technology had difficulties to establish a solid foothold against Si-LDMOS in high
power and high frequency applications (frequencies between 100 MHz and 4
GHz , saturated output powers between 1 W and 1 kW). The intrinsic performance
advantages of GaN-based transistors due to the semiconductor material properties
are undisputed. These allow to expand the useful frequency range and enable
the application of more advanced power amplifier (PA) architectures to push the
efficiency. In order to become a successful PA technology however, more is needed.
A few elements which will be discussed in this talk are reliability, manufacturability,
cost and application support. NXP Semiconductors has worked consistently since
more than 10 years on GaN-HEMT technology for RF Power. This together with our
strong position as supplier of Si-LDMOS based solutions to the RF Power market will
allow us to give an un-biased view of where GaN stands in this journey towards a
mature, cost-efficient technology which makes a real difference for our customers.
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EuMIC Poster01 Session
Chair: Éric Tournier, University of Toulouse
Co-Chair: Éric Kerherve, IMS, University of Bordeaux
12:30h - 14:10h
The posters are on display from 12:30h - 14:10h
The authors are present for discussion from 12:30h - 14:10h
Hall Maillot - Level 2
Hall Maillot - Level 2
EuMIC Poster01-01
Multi-Objective Design of
Compact RF/Microwave
Components Using
Decomposition and
Surrogate Modeling
EuMIC Poster01-05
Thermal Performance
Assessment of AlGaN/GaN
Structures By Microsensor
Integration
EuMIC Poster01-09
X-Band High Dynamic
Range Flat Gain SiGe
BiCMOS Low Noise
Amplifier
O. Arenas, E. Al Alam, A. Chakroun, V.
Aimez, A. Jaouad, R. Ares, F. Boone, H.
Maher, Laboratoire Nanotechnologies
Nanosystèmes (LN2) CNRS UMI-3463.
Institut Interdisciplinaire d’Innovation
Technologique (3IT), Université de
Sherbrooke, Sherbrooke, Canada
M. Davulcu1, C. Caliskan1, E. Ozeren1, M.
Kaynak2, Y. Gurbuz1, 1Sabanci University,
Istanbul, Turkey, 2IHP microelectronics,
Frankfurt (Oder), Germany
S. Koziel1,2, A. Bekasiewicz2, 1Gdansk
University of Technology, Gdansk, Poland,
2
Reykjavik University, Reykjavik, Iceland
EuMIC Poster01-02
Effect of Gate Field
Plate and Gamma-Gate
Structures on RF Power
Performance of AlGaN/
GaN HEMTs
A. Toprak1, M. T. Haliloglu1, Y. Durmus1,
O. Sen1, E. Ozbay1,2,3, 1Bilkent University,
Ankara, Turkey, 2Bilkent University, Ankara,
Turkey, 3Bilkent University, Ankara, Turkey
EuMIC Poster01-03
Device Considerations
and Characterisation of
Double-Channel GaAs
pHEMT Schottky Diodes
for Limiter Applications
N. Haris, P. B. Kyabaggu, M. A. Alim, A. A.
Rezazadeh, The University of Manchester,
Manchester, United Kingdom
EuMIC Poster01-04
Packaging optimization
of an Electro-optical
Modulator for High Datarate Communications.
S. Moungoho Ngoho1, K. Frigui1, S. Bila1, B.
Frigui2, A. Mottet3, J. Hauden3, D. MarrisMorini4, L. Vivien4, G. Charlet5, 1XLIM UMR
7252, University of Limoges/CNRS, Limoges,
France, 2CISTEME, Technopole ESTER,
Limoges, France, 3Photlines Technologies,
Besançon, France, 4IEF UMR 8622 Univ
Paris-Sud/CNRS, Orsay, France, 5AlcatelLucent Bell Labs Centre de Villarceaux,
Nozay, France
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EuMIC Poster01-06
Transient Thermal
Characterization of
Microwave Devices
K. Yazawa1,2, D. Kendig1, A. Shakouri2,
1
Microsanj, LLC, Santa Clara, United States,
2
Purdue University, West Lafayette, United
States
EuMIC Poster01-07
A Behavioral Model for a
Wideband RF Analog-toDigital Converter
J. Wood1, M. Straayer2, 1Maxim Integrated,
Inc, San Jose, United States, 2Maxim
Integrated, Inc, Chelmsford, United States
EuMIC Poster01-08
An X-Band 9.75/10.6 GHz
Low-Power Phase-Locked
Loop using 0.18-µm CMOS
Technology
J. Tsai, C. Hsu, C. Chao, National Taiwan
Normal University, Taipei, Taiwan
Hall Maillot - Level 2
EuMIC Poster01-10
Divide-by-Six InjectionLocked Frequency Divider
by Employing Two DownConversions
J. Wu1,2, C. Tu2, M. Tu2, 1National Chung
Cheng University, ChiaYi, Taiwan, 2National
Chung Cheng University, ChiaYi, Taiwan
EuMIC Poster01-11
Novel Chip Scale Package
MMICs to cover 30-65
GHz ISM & Consumer
Applications
H. T. Morkner, A. Riddle, MACOM Technology
Solutions, Lowell, United States
EuMIC Poster01-12
LO Suppression Effect
on Ultra Wideband
Transceiver Performance
for QPSK Modulation
Format
P. Harati, F. Boes, J. Antes, A. Tessmann, I.
Kallfass, University of Stuttgart, Stuttgart,
Germany
Hall Maillot - Level 2
EuMIC Poster01-13
Wide-Band & High
Efficiency Small Cell PA
Characterized by Dual
Band DPD for LTE Carrier
Aggregation Application
W. Ma, B. Lin, S. Male, P. Mares, A.
Weisgerber, T. Mangold, Qorvo, San Jose,
United States
EuMIC Poster01-14
A 25 W, 2.3 to 2.7 GHz
Wideband LDMOS
Two-stage RFIC Power
Amplifier for Driver
and Small-cell Doherty
Application
D. Y. Wu, L. Zhao, M. Szymanowski, Freescale
Semiconductor Inc., Tempe, United States
EuMIC Poster01-15
High-Gain Over 30% PAE
Power Amplifier MMICs in
100 nm GaN Technology at
Ka-Band Frequencies
J. Cheron1,2, M. Campovecchio1, R. Quere1,
D. Schwantuschke2, R. Quay2, O. Ambacher2,
1
XLIM - CNRS Université de Limoges,
Limoges, France, 2Fraunhofer Institute for
Applied Solid State Physics (IAF), Freiburg,
Germany
EuMIC Poster01-16
GaN High Power Amplifier
MMIC for 30W Compact
Doherty Amplifier for LTE
Active Antenna System
D. Chang, Y. Noh, I. Yom, Electronics and
Telecommunications Research Institute,
Daejeon, Republic of Korea
MONDAY
241
Chair: Massimo Comparini, Telespazio
Co-Chair: Shmuel Auster, Elta Systems Ltd.
T. Al-Sawaf, M. Hossain, N. Weimann, O.
Krueger, V. Krozer, W. Heinrich, FerdinandBraun-Institut, Leibniz-Institut für
Höchstfrequenztechnik, Berlin, Germany
A. Ergintav1, J. Borngräber1, B. Heinemann1,
H. Rücker1, F. Herzel1, D. Kissinger2,1, 1IHP,
Frankfurt (Oder), Germany, 2Technische
Universität Berlin, Berlin, Germany
F. Herzel, J. Borngräber, A. Ergintav, IHP,
Frankfurt (Oder), Germany
U. Ali1, M. Bober1, A. Thiede1, S. Wagner2,
1
University of Paderborn, Paderborn,
Germany, 2Fraunhofer - IAF, Freiburg,
Germany
N. Mazor, O. Katz, B. Sheinman, R. Carmon,
R. Ben-Yishay, R. Levinger, A. Bruetbart, D.
Elad, IBM Haifa Labs, Haifa, Israel
EuMIC06-01
Multi-Bias Nonlinear
Characterization of GaN
FET Trapping Effects
Through a Multiple Pulse
Time Domain Network
Analyzer
EuMC/EuMIC01-01
Joint Compensation of
I/Q Impairments, Power
Amplifier Nonlinearity
and Crosstalk in 4G MIMO
Transmitters using TwoBox Model
A. Santarelli1, R. Cignani1, D. Niessen1, G.
Gibiino1,2, P. Traverso1, D. Schreurs2, F. Filicori1,
1
University of Bologna, Bologna, Italy, 2KU
Leuven, Leuven, Belgium
M. Bozic, D. Budimir, University of
Westminster, London, United Kingdom
EuMIC06-02
Symmetry based
Nonlinear Model for GaN
HEMTs
EuMC/EuMIC01-02
A 2.7 GHz Multi-Level
PWM Carrier-Bursting RF
Transmitter
A. Prasad1, M. Thorsell1, K. Yhland2,1, C.
Fager1, 1Chalmers University of Technology,
Göteborg, Sweden, 2SP Technical Research
Institute of Sweden, Borås, Sweden
P. Singerl1, C. Schuberth1, M. Mataln1, D.
Seebacher1, F. Dielacher1, T. Magesacher2,
1
Infineon Technnologies Austria AG, Villach,
Austria, 2Lund Unversity, Lund, Sweden
EuMIC06-03
A Scalable Large Signal
Model for AlGaN/GaN
HEMTs Including Nonlinear
Thermal Sub-Circuit
EuMC/EuMIC01-03
Effects of Digital
Predistortion and
Crest Factor Reduction
Techniques on Efficiency
and Linearity Trade-Off in
Class AB GaN-PA
C. Wang, Y. Xu, Z. Wen, Y. Wu, R. Xu,
University of Electronic Science and
Technology of China, Chengdu, China
EuMIC06-04
Large-Signal Modeling
up to W-band of AlGaN/
GaN Based High-ElectronMobility Transistors
A. Cutivet1, P. Altuntas1, N. Defrance1, E.
Okada1, V. Avramovic1, M. Lesecq1, V. Hoel1,
J. De Jaeger1, F. Boone2, H. Maher2, 1IEMN,
Villeneuve d’Ascq, France, 2LN2, Sherbrooke,
Canada
EuMIC06-05
Performance and Parasitic
Analysis of Sub-micron
Scaled Tri-gate AlGaN/GaN
HEMT Design
E. Ture1, P. Brückner1, F. V. Raay1, M. Alsharef2,
R. Granzner2, F. Schwierz2, R. Quay1, O.
Ambacher1, 1Fraunhofer Institute for Applied
Solid State Physics, Freiburg, Germany,
2
Ilmenau University of Technology, Ilmenau,
Germany
M. Nair, R. Giofre, P. Colantonio, R. Danieli,
University of Rome, Tor Vergata, Rome, Italy
EuMC/EuMIC01-04
Simplified Power Adaptive
Digital Predistorter for
RF Power Amplifiers
in Dynamic Power
Transmission
Y. Guo, C. Yu, A. Zhu, University College
Dublin, Dublin, Ireland
EuMC/EuMIC01-05
A Novel Concurrent Triband Digital Predistortion
for Broadband Signals
T. Tian, Y. Zhao, Y. Dou, C. Yu, J. Qiu, Chengdu
Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd., Chengdu,
China
Chair: Tibor Berceli, Technical University of
Budapest
Co-Chair: Edward Ackerman, Photonics
Systems Inc.
EuMC/EuMIC02-01
Millimeter-Wave Wireless
Beam-Steering Using
Patch-Antennas with
Meandering-Gaps on
Electro-Optical Modulator
Y. N. Wijayanto1, A. Kanno1, T. Kawanishi1,
H. Murata2, Y. Okamura2, 1National Institute
of Information and Communications
Technology, Koganei, Japan, 2Osaka
University, Toyonaka, Japan
EuMC/EuMIC02-02
Investigation of Novel
Architectures for Tunable
Antennas Based on
Optically Generated
Plasmas
C. D. Gamlath, M. A. Collett, M. J. Cryan,
University of Bristol, Bristol, United Kingdom
EuMC/EuMIC02-03
Wideband Planar
Near-Field Antenna
Measurement Technique
Using an Analog FiberOptic Link
A. Chizh1, S. Malyshev1, K. Mikitchuk1,
A. Milyaev2, M. Popikov2, 1Stepanov
Institute of Physics, Minsk, Belarus, 2TRIM
UWB Measurement Systems, Ltd., SaintPetersburg, Russian Federation
EuMC/EuMIC02-04
Photonic Front-End for the
Next-Generation of Space
SAR Applications
M. A. Piqueras1, T. Mengual1, B. Chmielak2, A.
Catalani3, P. Huggard4, H. Wang4, R. Ortuño5, 1DAS
Photonics S.L., Valencia, Spain, 2AMO GmbH,
Aachen, Germany, 3Space Engineering S.p.A.,
Rome, Italy, 4Rutherford Appleton Laboratory,
Didcot, United Kingdom, 5Universidad Politécnica
de Valencia, Valencia, Spain
EuMC/EuMIC02-05
Low-Latency FiberWireless Bridge for
Flexible Fronthauling in
Future Mobile Networks
P. T. Dat, A. Kanno, T. Kawanishi, National
Institute of Information and Communication
Technology, Koganei, Japan
15:10h - 15:30h
EuMIC05-05
A SiGe V-band x8
Frequency Multiplier with
High Spectral Purity
Chair: Jacob Arne, TU Hamburg-Harburg
Co-Chair: Martin Audrey, XLIM - University
of Limoges
14:50h - 15:10h
EuMIC05-04
100-166 GHz Wide Band
High Speed Digital
Dynamic Frequency
Divider Design in 0.13 µm
SiGe BiCMOS Technology
EuMC/EuMIC02
Fiber-Wireless
Techniques for
Innovative Antenna and
Front-end Systems
14:30h - 14:50h
EuMIC05-03
A 60 GHz Frequency
Divider with Quadrature
Outputs in 130nm SiGe
BiCMOS Technology for
Optical OFDM Systems
EuMC/EuMIC01
Linearisation Techniques
for Advanced
Transmitters
14:10h - 14:30h
EuMIC05-02
A 70 GHz Static DualModulus Frequency
Divider in SiGe BiCMOS
Technology
Chair: Raymond Quéré, XLIM University of
Limoges
Co-Chair: Teresa M. Martin-Guerrero,
Universidad de Malaga
251
13:50h - 14:10h
EuMIC05-01
G-Band Frequency Doubler
based on InP TransferredSubstrate Technology
EuMIC06
GaN HEMT
Characterisation &
Modelling
Maillot
MONDAY
EuMIC05
Millimeterwave
Frequency Multipliers
and Dividers
242A
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242A
EuMIC07
CMOS-based
Millimeterwave
Integrated Circuits
EuMIC08
CMOS Building Blocks
EuMIC07-01
A Compact 105-130 GHz
Push-Push Doubler, with
4 dBm Psat and 18%
Efficiency in 28 nm CMOS.
EuMIC08-01
A K-Band High Gain, Low
Noise Figure LNA using 0.13
_m Logic CMOS Technology
Chair: Eric Tournier, University of Toulouse
Co-Chair: Frank van Vliet, TNO
Chair: Gilles Dambrine, University of Lille
Co-Chair: Ali Rezazadeh, University of
Manchester
16:10h - 16:30h
16:30h - 16:50h
16:50h - 17:10h
17:10h - 17:30h
17:30h - 17:50h
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N. Oz1,2, E. Cohen1,2, 1Intel Corporation,
Haifa, Israel, 2Technion University, Haifa,
Israel
J. Dang1, P. Sakalas2,3, A. Noculak4, M. Hinz1,
B. Meinerzhagen1, 1TU Braunschweig,
Braunschweig, Germany, 2TU Dresden,
Dresden, Germany, 3Semiconductor Physics
Institute of National Science and Technology
Center, Vilnius, Lithuania, 4RWTH Aachen
University, Aachen, Germany
EuMIC07-02
Sub-Harmonic Wireless
Locking of a THz Radiating
On-chip Source in 65 nm
CMOS
EuMIC08-02
Accurate Power Detector
and Dual Directional
Coupler with SelfCalibration in 65nm CMOS
S. Jameson, E. Halpern, E. Socher, Tel Aviv
University, Tel Aviv, Israel
E. Cohen2,1, A. Nazimov2, S. Ravid2,
1
Technion, Haifa, Israel, 2Intel, Haifa, Israel
EuMIC07-03
A 42-71 GHz 90 nm CMOS
Injection-locked Voltage
Controlled Oscillator Using
Bulk Injection Technique
EuMIC08-03
A Small-Insertion-LossVariation Phase Shifter
with Optimized BodyFloating Transistors
Y. Lin, T. Lin, H. Chang, National Central
University, Jongli, Taiwan
J. Bae, C. Nguyen, Texas A&M University,
College Station, United States
EuMIC07-04
A 100-GHz Phase Shifter in
28-nm CMOS SOI
EuMIC08-04
An Inductorless ElectricalBalance 360° Phase Shifter
for 0.5-1.15 GHz in 0.18
µm CMOS
A. Vahdati, D. Parveg, M. Varonen, M.
Kärkkäinen, D. Karaca, K. A. Halonen, Aalto
University, Espoo, Finland
EuMIC07-05
Wideband MillimeterWave Active and Passive
Mixers in 28 nm Bulk
CMOS Technology
D. Parveg, M. Varonen, M. Kärkkäinen,
D. Karaca, A. Vahdati, K. Halonen, Aalto
University, Espoo, Finland
B. van Liempd1,2, P. Wambacq1,2, J.
Craninckx1, 1Imec, Leuven, Belgium, 2Vrije
Universiteit Brussel, Brussels, Belgium
MONDAY
Maillot
Chair: Paolo Colantonio, Univ. of Roma Tor
Vergata
Co-Chair: Vincenzo Carrubba, Fraunhofer
Institute For Applied Solid State Physics (IAF)
Chair: Noriharu Suematsu, Tohoku University
Co-Chair: Robert Weigel, University of
Erlangen
EuMC/EuMIC04-01
An RF-MEMS Based SP4T
Switched LNA MMIC Used
in a 24 GHz Beam-Steering
Antenna Module
EuMC/EuMIC04-02
A Digital 70-140-GHz
Impedance Tuner in 130nm CMOS Technology
V. Carrubba, E. Ture, S. Maroldt, M. Musser,
F. Van Raay, R. Quay, O. Ambacher,
Fraunhofer Institute For Applied Solid State
Physics IAF, Freiburg, Germany
M. Porranzl1, C. Wagner2, H. Jaeger2, A.
Stelzer1, 1Johannes Kepler Univeristät Linz,
Linz, Austria, 2DICE, Linz, Austria
EuMC/EuMIC03-03
A First Step Towards a
230W SSPA for Galileo
System Exploiting
European GaN Technology
EuMC/EuMIC04-03
Large Bandwidth
Tunable Analog Equalizer
Based on a Differential
Cascode Amplifier
Cell for 100-GBaud
Communication Systems
R. Giofré1, P. Colantonio1, E. Cipriani1, R.
Danieli1, F. Giannini1, L. Gonzalez,2, F. De
Arriba 2, L. Cabria2, 1University of Roma Tor
Vergata, Roma, Italy, 2TTI Norte, Santander,
Spain
G. F. Collins1, J. Fisher2, F. Radulescu2, J.
Barner2, S. Sheppard2, R. Worley3, D. Kimball1,
B. Woods1, 1MaXentric Technologies, La Jolla,
United States, 2Cree, Inc, Raleigh, United
States, 3AFRL Wright Patterson, Wright
Patterson AFB, United States
EuMC/EuMIC04-04
High Speed Phase
Modulator Driver Unit
in 55 nm SiGe BiCMOS
for a Single-Channel 100
Gb/s NRZ Silicon Photonic
Modulator
J. Prades1,2, A. Ghiotto1, D. Pache2, E.
Kerhervé1, 1Univ. Bordeaux, Talence, France,
2
STMicroelectronics, Crolles, France
EuMC/EuMIC04-05
A High Linearity, Image/
LO-Rejection I/Q UpConversion Mixer for 5G
Cellular Communications
E. Cipriani1, P. Colantonio1, F. Giannini1,
G. Bosi2, A. Raffo2, V. Vadalà2, G. Vannini2,
1
Università degli Studi di Roma Tor Vergata,
Roma, Italy, 2Università di Ferrara, Ferrara,
Italy
C. Byeon, J. Lee, D. Lee, M. Kim, J. Son,
Samsung Digital Media & Communications
R&D Center, Suwon, Republic of Korea
17:30h - 17:50h
EuMC/EuMIC03-05
C-Band Power Amplifier
Design Based on LowFrequency Waveform
Engineering
17:10h - 17:30h
EuMC/EuMIC03-04
C-Band and X-Band
Class F, F-1 GaN MMIC
PA Design for Envelope
Tracking Systems
R. Mettetal1,2, J. Dupuy1, F. Jorge1, A.
Konczykowska1, M. Riet1, V. Nodjiadjim1, A.
Ouslimani2, 1III-V Lab, Marcoussis, France,
2
ECS-Lab, ENSEA, Cergy, France
16:50h - 17:10h
EuMC/EuMIC03-02
A Dual-Band UMTS/LTE
Highly Power-Efficient
Class-ABJ Doherty GaN PA
16:30h - 16:50h
A. Wentzel, M. Martinez-Mendoza,
W. Heinrich, Ferdinand-BraunInstitut (FBH), Leibniz-Institut fuer
Hoechstfrfequenztechnik, Berlin, Germany
R. Malmqvist1, A. Gustafsson1, W. Simon2, M. Arias Campo2,
L. Baggen2, B. Grandchamp3, S. Seok4, M. Fryziel4, N. Rolland4,
M. Lahti5, P. Rantakari5, T. Vähä-Heikkilä5, 1Swedish Defence
Research Agency (FOI), Linköping, Sweden, 2IMST GmbH,
Kamp-Lintfort, Germany, 3OMMIC, Limeil-Brevannes, France,
4
CNRS, IEMN, Villeneuve d’Ascq, France, 5VTT Technical
Research Centre of Finland, Oulu Espoo, Finland
16:10h - 16:30h
EuMC/EuMIC03-01
A Compact Tri-Band
GaN Voltage-Mode
Class-D/S PA for Future
0.8/1.8/2.6 GHz LTE Picocell
Applications
EuMC/EuMIC04
ICs-based Tuning
Techniques and
Modulation Circuits for
Millimeter-Wave and 5G
systems
MONDAY
EuMC/EuMIC03
GaN Based Power
Amplifiers
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EuMIC09
Thermal and Microwave
Characterisation of GaN
and InP Devices
EuMIC10
Broadband Components
in III-V Technologies
EuMC/EuMIC05
Power Device Advanced
Performance Assessment
Chair: Ali Rezazadeh, University of
Manchester
Co-Chair: Didier Floriot, UMS
08:30h - 08:50h
EuMIC09-01
Trap Investigation under
Class AB Operation in
AlGaN/GaN HEMTs Based
on Output-Admittance
Frequency Dispersion, Pulsed
and Transient Measurements
A. Benvegnu1,2, D. Bisi2, S. Laurent1, M.
Meneghini2, G. Meneghesso2, D. Barataud1, E.
Zanoni2, R. Quere1, 1Xlim Laboratory, Limoges,
France, 2University of Padova, Padua, Italy
08:50h - 09:10h
EuMIC09-02
0.25 _m AlGaN/GaN HEMT
Nonlinearity Modelling
and Characterization
Over a Wide Temperature
Range
M. A. Alim1, A. A. Rezazadeh1, M. M. Ali1,
P. B. Kyabaggu1, N. Haris1, C. Gaquiere2,
1
The University of Manchester, Manchester,
United Kingdom, 2The University of Lille,
Lille, France
09:10h - 09:30h
EuMIC09-03
Effect of Heterostructure
Parameters and
Fabrication Technology
on the Noise Properties of
AlGaN/GaN HEMT
Y. V. Fedorov , S. V. Mikhaylovich , Institute of
Ultra-High Frequency Semiconductor Electronics
of RAS, Moscow, Russian Federation, 2Institute
of Ultra-High Frequency Semiconductor
Electronics of RAS, Moscow, Russian Federation
1
1 1
09:30h - 09:50h
EuMIC09-04
Electrical and Thermal
Characterization of Single
and Multi-Finger InP
DHBTs
V. Midili1, V. Nodjiadjim2, T. K. Johansen1,
M. Riet2, J. Dupuy2, A. Konczykowska2,
M. Squartecchia1, 1Technical University
of Denmark, Lyngby, Denmark, 2III-V Lab,
Marcoussis, France
09:50h - 10:10h
EuMIC09-05
Temperature Measurements
in RF Operating Conditions
of AlGaN/GaN HEMTs Using
IR Microscopy and Raman
Spectroscopy
L. Baczkowski1,2, J. Jacquet3, O. Jardel3, D. Carisetti4, F.
Vouzelaud1, C. Gaquiere2, 1Thales Systèmes Aéroportés,
Elancourt, France, 2Université de Lille, Villeneuve
d’Ascq, France, 3Thales III-V Lab, Marcoussis, France,
4
Thales Research & Technology, Palaiseau, France
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Co-Chair: Alaa Abunjaileh, Airbus DS
EuMIC10-01
Broadband Low-Noise
GaN HEMT TWAs Using an
Active Distributed Drain
Bias Circuit
F. van Raay, R. Quay,Fraunhofer Institute
of Applied Solid-State Physics, Freiburg,
Germany
EuMIC10-02
An Ultra Wideband
LNA Module for Space
Applications
L. Pantoli1, G. Leuzzi1, A. Barigelli2, F. Vitulli2,
A. Suriani2, 1University of L’Aquila, L’Aquila,
Italy, 2Thales Alenia Space – Italia S.p.a.,
Rome, Italy
EuMIC10-03
A Broadband Receiver
Protection Limiter for FET
Based Integrated Circuits
A. Noll, W. Struble, MACOM Technology
Solutions, Lowell, United States
Chair: Eric Bergeault , Telecom-Paristech
Co-Chair: Rocco Giofrè, Univ. Roma Tor
Vergata
EuMC/EuMIC05-01
RF PA Modeling With One
Chirp Measurement
F. M. Barradas, P. M. Lavrador, T. R. Cunha,
J. C. Pedro, Universidade de Aveiro, Aveiro,
Portugal
EuMC/EuMIC05-02
Active Baseband DrainSupply Terminal Load-Pull
of an X-band GaN MMIC
PA
G. Gibiino1,2, G. Avolio2, S. Schafer3, D.
Schreurs2, Z. Popovic3, A. Santarelli1, F.
Filicori1, 1University of Bologna, Bologna,
Italy, 2KU Leuven, Leuven, Belgium,
3
University of Colorado, Boulder, United
States
EuMC/EuMIC05-03
Investigating the Linearity
Versus Efficiency Tradeoff of Different Power
Amplifier Modes in
an Envelope Tracking
Architecture
251
EuMC/EuMIC06
Tunable and
Reconfigurable Filters
and Impedance
Matching Techniques
Chair: Pierre Blondy, XLIM University of
Limoges
Co-Chair: Jorge Perez Martinez, Polytechnic
University of Valencia
EuMC/EuMIC06-01
Center Frequency and
Bandwidth Tunable
Waveguide Bandpass
Filter with Transmission
Zeros
C. Arnold1, J. Parlebas1, T. Zwick2, 1Tesat
Spacecom, Backnang, Germany, 2Karlsruhe
Institute of Technology, Karlsruhe, Germany
EuMC/EuMIC06-02
A Tunable Filter Based
on Miniature SIR Coaxial
Resonators
H. Aouidad2,1, J. Favennec1, E. Rius1, A.
Manchec2, Y. Clavet2, 1Lab-STICC UMR CNRS
6285, Brest, France, 2Elliptika, Gouesnou,
France
EuMC/EuMIC06-03
Reconfigurable UWB
Filtennas with Sharp
WLAN Dual Bandnotch
W. Ahmad, D. Budimir, University of
Westminster, London, United Kingdom
Z. Mokhti1, J. Lees1, P. J. Tasker1, C. Cassan2,
1
Cardiff University, Cardiff, United Kingdom,
2
Freescale Semiconductor, Toulouse, France
EuMIC10-04
High Power Broadband
GaN Switch MMICs
B. Bunz, R. Reber, P. Schuh, M. Oppermann,
Airbus Defence and Space, Ulm, Germany
EuMC/EuMIC05-04
Experimental TimeDomain Evaluation
and Simulation of High
Power GaN HEMTS for RF
Doherty Amplifier Design
L. Ayari1, G. Neveux1, D. Barataud1, M.
Ayad2, E. Byk2, C. Chang2, M. Camiade2,
1
XLIM, Limoges, France, 2United Monolithic
Semiconductors SAS, Villebon sur Yvette,
France
EuMC/EuMIC06-04
Tunable Band-Reject Filter
and Suppression of InBand Interfering Signals in
Mobile Communication
D. Ferling, X. Yu, R. Rheinschmitt, A. Pascht,
Alcatel-Lucent, Stuttgart, Germany
EuMC/EuMIC05-05
Linearity Analysis of a
40 W Class-G-Modulated
Microwave Power
Amplifier
EuMC/EuMIC06-05
Tunable In-Package
Impedance Matching for
High Power Transistors
Based on Printed Ceramics
N. Wolff1, O. Bengtsson1, M. Schmidt2,
M. Berroth2, W. Heinrich1, 1FerdinandBraun-Institut, Leibniz-Institut für
Höchstfrequenztechnik, Berlin, Germany,
2
Universität Stuttgart, Stuttgart, Germany
A. Wiens1, S. Preis2, C. Kohler3, D. Kienemund1,
H. Maune1, O. Bengtsson2, M. Nikfalazar1, J. R.
Binder3, W. Heinrich2, R. Jakoby1, 1TU Darmstadt,
Darmstadt, Germany, 2Ferdinand-Braun-Institut,
Berlin, Germany, 3Karlsruher Institute of
Technology, Eggenstein-Leopoldshafen, Germany
TUESDAY
242B
252B
253
EuMC02
Focus Session
on Microwave
in Agriculture,
Environment and Earth
Observation (MAGEO)
EuMC03
Passive Millimeter-wave
Circuits
EuMC04
Systems and Techniques
for Wireless Power
Transfer and Energy
Harvesting
EuMC02-01
Textile SIW Antennas as
Hybrid Energy Harvesting
and Power Management
Platforms
EuMC03-01
A 200-325-GHz Wideband,
Low-Loss Modified
Marchand Balun in SiGe
BiCMOS Technology
EuMC04-01
Modulated Scheme and
Input Power Impact on
Rectifier RF-DC Efficiency
for WiCoPT system
S. Lemey, S. Agneessens, H. Rogier, Ghent
University, Ghent, Belgium
F. Ahmed, M. Furqan, A. Stelzer, Johannes
Kepler University, Linz, Austria
H. Sakaki1, S. Yoshida2, K. Nishikawa1,2,
S. Kawasaki2, 1Kagoshima University,
Kagoshima, Japan, 2Japan Aerospace
Exploration Agency, Sagamihara, Japan
EuMC01-02
Review and Application
of the Theory of
Characteristic Modes for
Open Radiating Structures
EuMC02-02
Compact Substrate
Integrated Waveguide
(SIW) Components on
Paper Substrate
EuMC04-02
Wireless Energy Link for
Deep Brain Stimulation
M. Cabedo-Fabrés, E. Antonino-Daviu, T.
Bernabeu-Jiménez, M. Ferrando-Bataller,
Universitat Politècnica de València, Valencia,
Spain
S. Moscato, N. Delmonte, L. Silvestri, M.
Pasian, M. Bozzi, L. Perregrini, University of
Pavia, Pavia, Italy
EuMC03-02
Integration of Lange
Couplers in SiGe BiCMOS
Technology for RF and
mm-Wave Applications Perspectives for Distributed
Chip-Package Co-Integration
EuMC01-03
Characteristics Modes of
Combined Antenna by
Disk Loaded Monopole
and Notch Array
EuMC02-03
Exploiting 3D Printed
Substrate for Microfluidic
SIW Sensor
EuMC03-03
Dispersive Model for the
Phase Velocity of SlowWave CMOS Coplanar
Waveguides
EuMC04-03
Highly Sensitive FM
Frequency Scavenger
Integrated in Building
Materials
A. Franc1,2, E. Pistono3, P. Ferrari3, 1Université
de Toulouse; INPT, UPS, Toulouse, France,
2
CNRS Laplace, Toulouse, France, 3University
Grenoble Alpes, Grenoble, France
N. Shariati, W. S. Rowe, K. Ghorbani, RMIT
University, Melbourne, Australia
EuMC03-04
A 2-30 GHz Multi-Octave
Planar Microwave SixPort for Reflectometry
Applications
EuMC04-04
Beam Collecting Efficiency
Analysis in Microwave
Power Transmission
Demonstration System for
SSPS
EuMC01
Focus Session on
Modal Analysis of
Electromagnetic
Structures
Chair: George Kyriacou, Democritus
University of Thrace
Co-Chair: Theodoros Kaifas, Aristotle
University of Thessaloniki
B. Lau, Lund University, Lund, Sweden
EuMC02-05
Sensitivity Enhancement
of Split Ring Resonator
Liquid Sensors
M. Abdolrazzaghi, M. Zarifi, M.
Daneshmand, University of Alberta,
Edmonton, Canada
A. Oborovski1, M. Hofmann1, R. Weigel1,
D. Kissinger2,3, 1University of ErlangenNuremberg, Erlangen, Germany, 2IHP,
Frankfurt (Oder), Germany, 3Technische
Universität Berlin, Berlin, Germany
EuMC03-05
High Isolation MMIC
Switch Design Technique
Based on Novel High-/
Low-Pass Switch Concept
H. Mizutani1, R. Ishikawa2, K. Honjo2,
1
Salesian Polytechnic, Tokyo, Japan, 2The
University of Electro-Communications,
Tokyo, Japan
Y. Dong, S. Dong, Y. Wang, W. Fu, H. Bai, X.
Li, Z. Li, China Academy of Space Technology
(Xi’an), Xi’an, China
EuMC04-05
RF CMOS Wireless
Implantable Microsystem
for Sacral Roots
Stimulation with On-Chip
Antenna and Far-Field
Wireless Powering
F. Rodrigues, S. Gomes, P. Anacleto, J.
Fernandes, P. Mendes, University of Minho,
Guimarães, Portugal
09:50h - 10:10h
EuMC01-05
Systematic Design
of MIMO Terminal
Antennas Using Theory of
Characteristic Modes
B. Hattenhorst1, C. Baer1, T. Musch1, C.
Schulz2, I. Rolfes2, 1Institute of Electronic
Circuits, Ruhr-University Bochum, Bochum,
Germany, 2Institute of Microwave Systems,
Ruhr-University Bochum, Bochum, Germany
09:30h - 09:50h
B. D. Raines, E. A. Elghannai, R. G. Rojas, The
Ohio State University, Columbus, United
States
EuMC02-04
Electromagnetic
Characterization of Fluid
Vortices by Means of
Three-Dimensional Field
Simulations
S. Wane1, L. Leyssenne4, O. Tesson1, O. Doussin5, D. Bajon5, D. Lesenechal4, T. V.
Dinh4, M. Van Heijden2, R. Pijper2, P. Magnee3, P. Descamps4, A. Erdem1, 1NXPSeminconductor France, Caen, France, 2NXP Semiconductors Eindhoven,
Eindhoven, Netherlands, 3NXP Seminconductor Nijmegen, Nijmegen, United
States, 4NXP-LaMIPS, Caen, France, 5ISAE Supaero, Toulouse, France
09:10h - 09:30h
EuMC01-04
Computer-Aided Antenna
Feed Design Using
Characteristic Modes
S. Moscato1, M. Pasian1, M. Bozzi1, L.
Perregrini1, R. Bahr2, T. Le2, M. Tentzeris2,
1
University of Pavia, Pavia, Italy, 2Georgia
Institute of Technology, Atlanta, United
States
G. Monti, V. De Paolis, L. Tarricone, University
of Salento, Lecce, Italy
08:50h - 09:10h
H. Arai, S. Wang, Yokohama National
University, Yokohama, Japan
Chair: Kamran Ghorbani, RMIT University
Co-Chair: Shigeo Kawasaki, Japan
aerospace exploration agency
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TUESDAY
C. Zekios1, P. Alillomes1, C. S. Lavranos1, T. Kaifas2, P. Theofanopoulos1, X.
Mitsalas1, R. Maximidis1, A. Koutinos1, G. Ioannopoulos1, P. Gkonis3, A.
Kapsalis3, D. Anagnostou1, M. Chrysomallis1, E. Vafiades2, A. Siakavara2,
I. Venieris3, C. Dervos3, A. Kudrin4, G. Granet5, G. Kyriacou1, 1Democritus
University of Thrace, Xanthi, Greece, 2Aristotle University of Thessaloniki,
Thessaloniki, Greece, 3National Technical University of Athens, Athens,
Greece, 4University of Nizhny Novgorod, Nizhny Novgorod, Russian
Federation, 5Clermont Université, Clermont-Ferrand, France
Chair: Maurizio Bozzi, University of Pavia
Co-Chair: Vesna Crnojevic-Benjin, University
of Novi Sad
Chair: Magdalena Salazar Palma,
Universidad Carlos III de Madrid
Co-Chair: Philippe Ferrari, University of
Grenoble Alpes
08:30h - 08:50h
EuMC01-01
Analytical and
Numerical Eigenanalysis
of Electromagnetic
Structures: a Review
252A
TUESDAY
PALAIS DES CONGRÈS DE PARIS, FRANCE
EuMW 2015
FREEDOM THROUGH MICROWAVES
6 - 11 SEPTEMBER 2015
Amphi Bleu
EuMW01
EuMW/EuMC Opening Session
Chair: Hervé Aubert, EuMW 2015 General Chair
Co-Chair: Serge Verdeyme, EuMC 2015 Chair
10:50h - 11:15h
Welcome Addresses
Opening of the European Microwave Week 2015
Hervé Aubert, EuMW 2015 General Chair
EuMA Welcome Address
11:40h- 12:05h
Awards Ceremony
Chair: Alexander Yarovoy, EuMA Awards Chair
EuMA Distinguished Service Award
EuMA Outstanding Career Award
Wolfgang Heinrich, EuMA President
Serge Verdeyme, EuMC 2015 Chair
12:05h – 12:30h
30 Years of Innovation in TAS Radar Altimetry Product
Line for Earth Climate Monitoring
Greetings from IEEE MTT-S
Laurent Phalippou, Thales Alenia Space, France
Opening of the European Microwave Conference 2015
Tim Lee, IEEE MTT-S President
11:15h - 11:40h
Space Antennas on Satellites, for Telecommunications
and Earth Observations Missions: Past Evolutions and
Future Trends
Bruno Le Stradic, Airbus DS Space Systems, France
10:50h - 12:30h
Antennas are at the heart of satellites missions, very much key to the overall performance for
all types of applications: telecommunications, radar, and passive microwave radiometry. In the
last twenty years or so, whilst the general principles have remained remarkably stable, major
improvements have occurred, both at architecture and technology levels, at the same time
modeling tools & methods now allow real time accurate simulations.
In the area of Telecommunications from the geostationary orbit, the general trend towards
larger more powerful satellites has given birth to very complex “multi – large reflectors”
antenna farms mixing all frequencies from L to Ka bands. Besides, the ever increasing need for
flexibility, not any more restricted to mobile and military missions, is pushing towards Direct
Radiating Arrays or Semi-Active antennas, with on-board digital beam-forming having become
standard.
For Remote Sensing, imaging Synthetic Aperture Radars now routinely use active transmitreceive modules, and advances in technology have allowed passive radiometry to explore new
frontiers: from the maximum 200 GHz frequency on AMSU-B up to the 600 GHz+ of the new
generation microwave sounders under development by the European Space Agency, and with
a much improved frequency resolution.
And, from here, let us dream about what the future has in store for us: digitally controlled
antennas with large reflectors “re-shapeable” in orbit, smart skins, multi-satellite
interferometers assembled in Space for radio-astronomy.
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Radar altimetry provides vital data for the observation of Earth Climate Change
and operational oceanography. Since the beginning of the experimental radar
altimetry missions, radar altimetry has evolved to operational applications.
Altimeter data are used routinely in operational ocean forecasting models
providing crucial information for driving the ocean circulation and currents.
Those data are also used to extract the sea level rise and large scale phenomena
such as El Nino events. Thales Alenia Space has been involved in radar
altimeters since the 1980’s with the experimental Poseidon-1 Ku Band radar
which paved the way to the current TAS altimeter product line all based on
SSPA technology. In the 90’s two major evolutions were made to the product
line with the design of SAR interferometric radar altimeters in Ku band and a
compact Ka band radar altimeter with a built-in radiometer. These altimeters
were the first of their kind in space and they are still delivering unprecedented
quality data. Lately the product line evolved again with a new design for an
ocean radar altimeter combining the conventional and the SAR mode operation
at these same time. TAS is also involved in swath altimetry for the design and
manufacturing of the Radio-Frequency Unit of the swath altimeter KarIn for the
SWOT mission. The presentation will give an overview of the radar designs and
the key technological challenges with the link with the science applications and
performances.
TUESDAY
EuMC/EuMIC Poster Session
Chair: Denis Barataud, University of Limoges
Co-Chair: Eric Tournier, LAAS-CNRS, University of Toulouse
12:30h - 14:10h
The posters are on display from 12:30h - 14:10h
The authors are present for discussion from 12:30h - 14:10h
Hall Ternes - Level 1
Hall Ternes - Level 1
EuMIC/EuMC Poster01-01
A Novel Broadband HighPower Source-Pull/LoadPull Concept for the HF- to
UHF-Range
F. A. Maier , A. Grede , D. Gruner , R. Quay ,
P. Waltereit2, O. Ambacher2, 1TRUMPF
Huettinger GmbH & Co. KG, Freiburg,
Germany, 2Fraunhofer Institute of Applied
Solid State Physics, Freiburg, Germany
1
1
1
2
W. Chang1, C. Meng1, S. Wong2, H. Chien2,
G. Huang3, 1National Chiao Tung University,
Hsinchu, Taiwan, 2Richwave Technology
Corporation, Taipei, Taiwan, 3National Nano
Device Laboratories, Hsinchu, Taiwan
EuMIC/EuMC Poster01-03
A WLAN RF CMOS
Power Amplifier with
Power Detector, High
Harmonic Suppression,
and Temperature
Compensation
W. Li, S. Wang, G. Lin, Industry Techology
Research Institute, Hsinchu, Taiwan
J. Chani-Cahuana1, C. Fager2, T. Eriksson1,
1
Department of Signals and Systems,
Chalmers University of Technology,
Gothenburg, Sweden, 2 Department
of Microtechnology and NanoScience,
Chalmers University of Technology,
Gothenburg, Sweden
EuMIC/EuMC Poster01-06
High Efficiency Ultra
Broadband GaN Amplifier
Using Series-Shunt
Inductor Matching
Network
E. Kuwata, A. Sugimoto, C. M. Andersson,
S. Sakata, H. Koyama, Y. Kamo, K.
Yamanaka, H. Fukumoto, Mitsubishi Electric
Corporation, 5-1-1, Ofuna, Kamakura, Japan
EuMIC/EuMC Poster01-08
Project-Based RF/
Microwave Education
R. L. Campbell, B. Pejcinovic, Portland State
University, Portland, United States
EuMIC/EuMC Poster01-09
The Microwave Virtual
Laboratory for RF
Engineers Education
D. S. Gubsky, V. V. Zemlyakov, I. V. Mamay,
Southern Federal University, Rostov-on-Don,
Russian Federation
TUESDAY
EuMIC/EuMC Poster01-02
Temperature Insensitive
PA Bias Circuit With
Digital Control Interface
Using InGaP/GaAs HBT
Technology
EuMIC/EuMC Poster01-05
A New Variant of
the Indirect Learning
Architecture for the
Linearization of Power
Amplifiers
Hall Ternes - Level 1
EuMIC/EuMC Poster01-10
Real-Time Microwave
Remote Laboratory
Architecture
S. Farah1, A. Benachenhou1, G. Neveux2,
D. Barataud2, G. Andrieu2, 1University of
Mostaganem, Mostaganem, Algeria, 2XLIM
CNRS UMR 7252, University of Limoges,
Limoges, France
EuMIC/EuMC Poster01-07
Coupled-Oscillator System
With Two Stable PhaseShift Intervals
F. Ramirez, A. Suarez, S. Sancho, Universidad
de Cantabria, Santander, Spain
EuMIC/EuMC Poster01-04
Frequency-Agile Packaged
GaN-HEMT using MIM
Thickfilm BST Varactors
S. Preis1, A. Wiens2, N. Wolff1, R. Jakoby2,
W. Heinrich1, O. Bengtsson1, 1FerdinandBraun-Institut Leibniz-Institut fuer
Hoechstfrequenztechnik, Berlin, Germany,
2
Technische Universität Darmstadt,
Darmstadt, Germany
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TUESDAY
241
EuMIC11
SiGe BiCMOS-based
Millimeterwave Circuits
Chair: Nils Pohl, Fraunhofer FHR
Co-Chair: Emanuel Cohen, Israel Institute of
Technology
13:50h - 14:10h
14:10h - 14:30h
14:30h - 14:50h
14:50h - 15:10h
15:10h - 15:30h
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EuMIC11-01
A Novel W-band BottomLO-Configured SubHarmonic Mixer IC in 130nm SiGe BiCMOS
X. Yang1, X. Xu1, Z. Sun1, T. Shibata2,
T. Yoshimasu1, 1Waseda University,
Kitakyushu-shi, Japan, 2Denso Corporation,
Nisshin-shi, Japan
EuMIC11-02
Key Components of a
D-Band Dicke-Radiometer
in 90 nm SiGe BiCMOS
Technology
R. Ben Yishay, E. Shumaker, D. Elad, IBM
Haifa Research Lab, Haifa, Israel
EuMIC11-03
An Antenna-Coupled 0.49
THz SiGe HBT Oscillator
for Active Illumination
in Terahertz Imaging
Applications
242A
242B
EuMIC12
Innovative GaN and
Si Technologies and
Applications
EuMC/EuMIC07
Focus Session on
Advances in THz and
Opto-Nanoelectronics
EuMIC12-01
Analysis of a GaN/SiC
UHF Radar Amplifier for
Operation at 125 V Bias
EuMC/EuMIC07-01
Nanoresonator Based
Dielectric Surfaces for Light
Manipulation (FS paper)
G. F. Formicone, J. Custer, Integra
Technologies, Inc., El Segundo, United States
F. Silvestri1,2, E. Pisano3, G. Gerini1,2,
V. Lancellotti2, V. Galdi3, 1Netherlands
Organization for Applied Scientific Research,
TNO, Delft, Netherlands, 2Eindhoven
University of Technology, TU/e, Eindhoven,
Netherlands, 3University of Sannio,
Benevento, Italy
EuMIC12-02
Robustness Limit
Investigation by Load pull
Measurement of Industrial
0.25-µm AlGaN-GaN
HEMTs
EuMC/EuMIC07-02
Performance Evaluation
of Novel Technologies for
Terahertz Reflectarrays
Chair: Didier Floriot, UMS
Co-Chair: Jean-Christophe Nallatamby, XLIM
University of Limoges
C. Chang1, A. Nobre-Santos1, B. Lambert1, D.
Floriot1, J. Grünenpütt2, H. Blanck2,1UMS SAS,
Villebon sur Yvette, France, 2UMS GmbH,
Ulm, Germany
Chair: Luca Pierantoni, Universita Politecnica
Delle March
Co-Chair: Davide Mencarelli, Universita
Politecnica Delle March
M. Tamagnone, S. C. Capdevila, H. Hasani, P. Romano,
W. A. Vitale, C. F. Moldovan, A. M. Ionescu, A. Skrivervik,
J. Perruisseau-Carrier, J. R. Mosig, École polytechnique
fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL), Lausanne, Switzerland
EuMIC12-03
AlGaN/GaN HEMT with fT:100
GHz and fmax:128 GHz
EuMC/EuMIC07-03
Optical Antennas in
Hybrid Photonic Systems
Y. Durmus1, D. Yilmaz1, A. Toprak1, A.
B. Turhan1, O. A. Sen1, E. Ozbay1,2,3,
1
Nanotechnology Research Center, Bilkent
University, Ankara, Turkey, 2Department
of Electrical and Electronics Engineering,
Bilkent University, Ankara, Turkey,
3
Department of Physics, Bilkent University,
Ankara, Turkey
R. Hendrikx, H. Doeleman, F. Ruesink, A.
F. Koenderink, E. Verhagen, FOM Institute
AMOLF, Amsterdam, Netherlands
EuMIC11-04
A 246 GHz Fundamental
Source with a Peak Output
Power of 2.8 dBm
EuMIC12-04
New Ultra Low ESR Mosaïc
PICS Capacitors For Power
Conversion
N. Sarmah1, B. Heinemann2, U. R. Pfeiffer1,
1
University of Wuppertal, Wuppertal,
Germany, 2IHP GmbH, Frankfurt Oder,
Germany
M. M. Jatlaoui, L. Fourneaud, F. Voiron, IPDiA,
Caen, France
EuMC/EuMIC07-04
Ballistic Simulation of
Ratchet Effect in Antidot
Lattices Patterned on
Graphene
EuMIC11-05
Porous Silicon as a
Substrate for the
Integration of High
Performance On-chip
Antennas
EuMIC12-05
Modeling and Applications
of Millimeter-Wave Slowwave Coplanar Coupled
Lines in CMOS
P. Hillger1, J. Grzyb1, R. Lachner2, U. Pfeiffer1,
1
University of Wuppertal, Wuppertal,
Germany, 2Infineon Technologies AG,
Neubiberg, Germany
P. Sarafis1, A. Nassiopoulou1, C. Hsu2, P.
Benech2, 1National Center for Scientific
Research (NCSR), Athens, Greece, 2Institut
polytechnique de Grenoble (Grenoble INP),
Grenoble, France
D. Parveg, A. Vahdati, M. Varonen, D. Karaca,
M. Kärkkäinen, K. Halonen, Aalto University,
Espoo, Finland
L. Pierantoni1,3, D. Mencarelli1,3, F. Coccetti2, T.
Rozzi1, 1Università Politecnica delle Marche,
Ancona, Italy, 2Laas-Cnrs, Toulouse, France,
3
Istituto Nazionale di Fisica Nucleare (INFN),
Frascati, Italy
EuMC/EuMIC07-05
Width-Modulated Magnonic
Crystal and Its Application
for Spin-Wave Logic
A. A. Nikitin1,2,3, A. B. Ustinov1,3, A. A. Semenov1, A. V.
Chumak2, A. A. Serga2, V. I. Vasyuchka2, E. Lahderanta3,
B. A. Kalinikos1, B. Hillebrands2, 1St. Petersburg
Electrotechnical University, St. Petersburg, Russian
Federation, 2Technische Universität Kaiserslautern,
Kaiserslautern, Germany, 3Lappeenranta University of
Technology, Lappeenranta, Finland
TUESDAY
251
243
252A
EuMC/EuMIC08
Emerging Techniques for
Parametric Tuning and
Frequency Stability
EuMC05
Power-Amplifier
Architectures
EuMC06
Chipless RFID
Technologies
EuMC/EuMIC08-01
Continuously Tuneable
Liquid Crystal Based
Stripline Phase Shifter
Realised in LTCC Technology
EuMC05-01
IF Predistortion in the
Block Upconversion
Path for Modern Satcom
Applications in the KuBand
EuMC06-01
A Compact Printable
Dual-Polarized Chipless
RFID Tag using Slot
Length Variation in ‘I’ Slot
Resonators
D. Maassen1, F. Rautschke1, G. Boeck1,2,
1
Berlin Institute of Technology, Berlin,
Germany, 2Leibniz-Institut fuer
Hoechstfrequenztechnik, Berlin, Germany
M. Islam, N. Karmakar, Monash University,
Clayton, Australia
EuMC05-02
Improving the Power
Evenness of Power
Amplifiers using Out-ofPhase Combining
EuMC06-02
Higher Order Pulse
Modulators for Time
Domain Chipless RFID
Tags with Increased
Information Density
Chair: Amir Mortazawi, University of
Michigan
Co-Chair: Tan Phu Vuong, IMEP-LAHC,
Grenoble INP
A. Alt, A. Grede, D. Gruner, TRUMPF
Huettinger GmbH + Co. KG, Freiburg,
Germany
A. Hamdoun1, L. Roy1, M. Himdi2, O. Lafond2,
1
Carleton University, Ottawa, Canada,
2
University of Rennes1, Rennes, France
K. Mimis, S. Wang, G. T. Watkins, Toshiba
Research Europe Limited, Bristol, United
Kingdom
EuMC/EuMIC08-04
A Wideband Class-AB
Tunable Active Filter
EuMC05-04
Low Complexity Charge
Pump Envelope Tracking
RF Power Amplifier
L. Pantoli, V. Stornelli, G. Leuzzi, University of
L’Aquila, L’Aquila, Italy
J. Wei1, F. Zhang1, S. Pan1, L. Yu2, 1Key
Laboratory of Radar Imaging and Microwave
Photonics, Ministry of Education, Nanjing,
China, 2Wuhan Electronic Information
Institute, Wuhan, China
N. B. Buchanan, V. Fusco, Queens University
Belfast, Belfast, United Kingdom
EuMC06-04
Improvement of RCS
Response of U Shaped
Strip Based Chipless RFID
Tags
M. Polivka, J. Havlicek, M. Svanda, J. Machac,
Czech Technical University in Prague, Prague
6, Czech Republic
EuMC06-05
Modulated Corner
Reflector Using Frequency
Selective Surfaces for
FMCW Radar Applications
A. Lazaro, J. Lorenzo, R. Villarino, D. Girbau,
Universitat Rovira i Virgili, Tarragona, Spain
15:10h - 15:30h
EuMC/EuMIC08-05
Stable Frequency
Dissemination via
Optical Fiber based on
Passive Phase Fluctuation
Cancellation
G. T. Watkins, K. Mimis, Toshiba Research
Europe Limited, Bristol, United Kingdom
EuMC06-03
Simplified, High
Performance Transceiver
for Phase Modulated RFID
Applications
14:50h - 15:10h
EuMC05-03
A Load-Modulated LowPower Amplifier with
Average Power Tracking
14:30h - 14:50h
EuMC/EuMIC08-03
Characterization of GaNbased HEMTs as Varactor
Diode Devices
C. Mandel1, M. Schüßler1, M. Nickel1, B.
Kubina1, R. Jakoby1, R. Pöpperl2, M. Vossiek2,
1
Technische Universität Darmstadt, Darmstadt,
Germany, 2Friedrich-Alexander-Universität
Erlangen-Nürnberg, Erlangen, Germany
TUESDAY
M. Nikfalazar1, A. Mehmood1, M. Sohrabi1, A. Wiens1,
Y. Zheng1, H. Maune1, R. Jakoby1, M. Mikolajek2, A.
Friederich2, C. Kohler2, J. Binder2, 1Technical University
of Darmstadt, Darmstadt, Germany, 2Karlsruhe
Institute of Technology, Karlsruhe, Germany
14:10h - 14:30h
EuMC/EuMIC08-02
Low Bias Voltage Tunable
Phase Shifter Based on
Inkjet-Printed BST MIM
Varactors for C/X-Band
Phased Arrays
Chair: Martin Vossiek, University ErlangenNuremberg
Co-Chair: Antonio Lazaro, Universitat Rovira
i Virgil
13:50h - 14:10h
M. Jost1, S. Strunck2,1, A. Heunisch3, A. Wiens1, A. E. Prasetiadi1, C.
Weickhmann1, B. Schulz3, M. Quibeldey4, O. H. Karabey1, T. Rabe3,
R. Follmann4, D. Koether4, R. Jakoby1, 1TU Darmstadt, Darmstadt,
Germany, 2Continental Teves AG & Co, Frankfurt am Main,
Germany, 3Federal Institute for Materials Research and Testing,
Berlin, Germany, 4IMST GmbH, Kamp-Lintfort, Germany
Chair: Luc Lapierre, CNES
Co-Chair: Olof Bengtsson, Ferdinand
-Braun-Institut, Leibniz-Institut für
Höchstfrequenztechnik
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TUESDAY
252B
EuMC07
Passive Power Dividers 1
Chair: Anne-Laure Franc, Laboratory on
Plasma and Conversion of Energy
Co-Chair: Nikolina Jankovic, University of
Novi Sad
13:50h - 14:10h
14:10h - 14:30h
14:30h - 14:50h
14:50h - 15:10h
15:10h - 15:30h
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EuMC07-01
Wideband LumpedElement Wilkinson Power
Dividers Using LC-Ladder
Circuits
Y. Okada, T. Kawai, A. Enokihara, University
of Hyogo, Himeji-shi, Japan
253
EuMC08
Efficient Rectifying
Circuits
Chair: Alessandra Costanzo, University of
Bologna
Co-Chair: Nuno Carvalho, University of
Aveiro
EuMC08-01
Dynamic Range
Enhancement of RF
Rectifiers through
Adaptive Power
Distribution Employing
an Extended Resonance
Network
X. Wang, A. Mortazawi, University of
Michigan, Ann Arbor, United States
EuMC07-02
Fast Design Method
and Validation of Very
Wideband Tapered
Wilkinson Divider
E. Miralles Navarro1, V. Ziegler1, F. Ellinger2,
1
Airbus Defence & Space, Ottobrunn,
Germany, 2TU Dresden, Dresden, Germany
EuMC07-03
A Design of Unequal
Termination Impedance
Power Divider with
Filtering and Outof-band Suppression
Characteristics
EuMC08-02
Rigorous Design
of Wireless Power
Transfer Links with One
Transmitter and Two
Receivers
M. Dionigi1, S. Koziel2, M. Mongiardo1, R.
Perfetti1, 1University of Perugia, Perugia, Italy,
2
Reykjavik University, Reykjavik, Iceland
EuMC08-03
A Wearable Wireless
Energy Link
G. Monti, L. Corchia, L. Tarricone, University
of Salento, Lecce, Italy
P. Kim, J. Jeong, G. Chaudhary, Y. Jeong,
Chonbuk National University, Jeonju,
Republic of Korea
EuMC07-04
A Design of Unequal
Power Divider With
Positive and Negative
Group Delays
EuMC08-04
Wide Bandwidth for HighSpeed Communication in
Mid-Range, Resonant WPT
and RFID Systems
G. Chaudhary, J. Park, Q. Wang, Y. Jeong,
Chonbuk National University, Jeonju-si,
Republic of Korea
J. Besnoff, D. Ricketts, North Carolina State
University, Raleigh, United States
EuMC07-05
A P-band 5-way Unequal
Split High Power Divider
for SAR Applications
EuMC08-05
Study on Energy Recovery
from Substrate Integrated
Waveguide Circuits
A. Di Maria, M. Limbach, R. Horn, A. Reigber,
German Aerospace Center (DLR), Wessling,
Germany
M. Sanchez-Soriano2,1, Y. Quere1, V. Le Saux3,
C. Quendo1, J. D. Martinez2, V. E. Boria2,
1
Université de Bretagne Occidentale, Brest,
France, 2Technical University of Valencia,
Valencia, Spain, 3ENSTA Bretagne, Brest,
France
202+203
EuMC09
Nanoscale
Characterization and
On-Wafer Calibration
Chair: Danielle Vanhoenacker-Janvier, UCL
Co-Chair: Ferry Kienberger , Keysight
Technology Austria
EuMC09-01
Near-field Scanning
Microwave Microscope
for Subsurface
Non-Destructive
Characterization
S. Gu, K. Haddadi, A. El Fellahi, T. Lasri,
IEMN- Universiy Lille I, Villeneuve d’Ascq,
France
EuMC09-02
Scanning Microwave
Microscopy for Nanoscale
Characterization of
Semiconductors: Deembedding Reflection
Contact Mode Measurements
L. Michalas1, A. Lucibello1, G. Badino2, C. H.
Joseph1, E. Brinciotti2, F. Kienberger2, E. Proietti1,
R. Marcelli1, 1National Research Council, Rome,
Italy, 2Keysight Technologies, Linz, Austria
EuMC09-03
Nanorobotic RF Probe
Station for Calibrated OnWafer Measurements
A. El Fellahi, K. Haddadi, J. Marzouk, S.
Arscott, C. Boyaval, T. Lasri, G. Dambrine,
IEMN- Universiy Lille I, Villeneuve d’Ascq,
France
EuMC09-04
New 3D-TRL structures for
On-Wafer Calibration
M. Potéreau1, S. Fregonese1, A. Curutchet1,
P. Baureis2, T. Zimmer1, 1IMS Laboratory,
Talence, France, 2Fachhochschule, Würzburg,
Germany
EuMC09-05
On the Ill-Conditioned
Problem of On-Wafer
Calibration for Broadband
Device/Circuit Scattering
Parameter Measurements
Without ImpedanceStandard Substrate
C. Huang, W. Lin, Yuan Ze University,
Taoyuan, Taiwan
TUESDAY
Amphi Bleu
241
EuMIC13
EuMIC Closing Session
EuMC10
Novel Modal Techniques
16:10h -16:55h
Foundry Session
EuMC10-01
Characteristic
Mode Analysis of
Electromagnetic Structures
Chair: Eric Kerhervé, EuMIC 2015 Chair
Co-Chair: Didier Floriot, EuMIC 2015 Co-Chair
Chair: Maurizio Bozzi, University of Pavia
Co-Chair: Clive Tzuang, Tianjing University
C. L. Zekios, D. G. Makris, R. T. Maximidis,
P. C. Allilomes, G. A. Kyriacou, Democritus
University of Thrace, Xanthi, Greece
17:15h - 17:35h
Innovative passive Si technology for high
integration
17:35h - 17:45h
Invitation to EuMIC2016
Tom Brazil, EuMIC2016 Chair
EuMIC Prize
EuMIC Young Engineer Prize
GAAS Association Student Fellowships
17:55h - 18:00h
Closing of EuMIC 2015
EuMC10-04
An Inner Outer Iteration
Scheme for the Spurious
Free Solution of
Polynomial Eigenvalue
Problems of Electrically
Large Structure
C. L. Zekios, P. C. Allilomes, G. A. Kyriacou,
Democritus University of Thrace, Xanthi,
Greece
T. L. Zinenko1, A. Matsushima2, A. I. Nosich3,
1
Institute of Radio-Physics and Electronics
NASU, Kharkiv, Ukraine, 2Kumamoto
University, Kumamoto, Japan, 3Institute
of Radio-Physics and Electronics NASU,
Kharkiv, Ukraine
17:30h - 17:50h
EuMC10-05
Frequency and
Polarization Selectivity of
Graphene Strip Gratings
17:10h - 17:30h
Eric Kerhervé, EuMIC 2015 Chair
X. Li, Q. Weng, H. Wu, C. C. Tzuang, Tianjin
University, Tianjin, China
16:50h - 17:10h
EuMW 2015 Awards Chair
16:10h - 18:00h
17:45h - 17:55h
EuMIC Awards Ceremony
EuMC10-03
Monolithic Leaky-Mode
Antenna on the Perforated
Ground Plane: Modal
Characteristics
16:30h - 16:50h
EuMC10-02
A characteristic Mode
Analysis of Parallel
Resonances Exploiting the
Finite Element Scheme
16:55h - 17:15h
Advanced T/R modules mixing GaN & Si
technologies
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TUESDAY
D. J. Ludick1, P. Futter1, U. Jakobus1,
R. Fiedler2, M. Schick2, E. Lezar2, 1Altair
Development S.A. (Pty) Ltd, Stellenbosch,
South Africa, 2Altair Engineering GmbH,
Boeblingen, Germany
Several key representatives of RF and microwave semiconductor foundries will
give short presentations of their foundry capabilities with respect to the Impact of
Advanced GaN and Silicon Technologies for Military and Space Applications. This
includes details of current fully-released and commercially available processes and
processes in development. There will also be opportunity for questions and answers
during this interactive forum. The session will also include the speeches given by two
eminent plenary keynote speakers.
16:10h - 16:30h
Chair: Massimo Comparini, Telespazio, Italy & France
TUESDAY
242A
EuMC11
Channel Measurement
and Propagation
Chair: Patrice Pajusco, LabSTICC, Telecom
Bretagne
Co-Chair: Michal Mrozowski, Gdansk
University of Technology
16:10h - 16:30h
EuMC11-01
The Influence of Street
Furniture and Tree Trunks
in Urban Scenarios on Ray
Tracing Simulations in the
Millimeter Wave Band
B. Göktepe, M. Peter, R. J. Weiler, W.
Keusgen, Fraunhofer Heinrich Hertz
Institute, Berlin, Germany
16:30h - 16:50h
EuMC11-02
Millimeter Wave Spatial
Multiplexing : Feasibility
and Performance of a
Short Range 2x2 Link
E. Dailleux1, J. Frigon1, C. Hannachi2, S.
Ovidiu Tatu2, 1Ecole Polytechnique de
Montréal, Montreal, Canada, 2Institut
National de la Recherche Scientifique - EMT,
Montreal, Canada
16:50h - 17:10h
EuMC11-03
Broadband Transmission
Performance and Antenna
Displacement Tolerance
in 4x4 Short-Range MIMO
Simple Decoding
242B
243
EuMC12
Special Session on
Additive Manufacturing
Techniques for RF
Modules
EuMC13
Circuit Design for Power
Amplifiers
EuMC14
Low Noise Amplifiers
and Oscillators
EuMC12-01
Additively Manufactured
and Origami-Based
Wireless Sensing and
Communication Nodes
EuMC13-01
A Linearized, High
Efficiency 2.6 GHz
Wideband Doherty Power
Amplifier With Class-J
Based Performance
Enhancement
EuMC14-01
Dynamic Behaviour of a
Low-Noise Amplifier GaN
MMIC under Input Power
Overdrive
Chair: Manos Tenzeris, Georgia Tech
Co-Chair: Dominique Baillargeat, University
of Limoges
Manos M. Tentzeris, Georgia Tech, USA
N. Tuffy, L. Pattison, MACOM, Belfast, United
Kingdom
EuMC12-02
Ceramic-Based Additive
Technologies for RF
Applications
Dominique Baillargeat, University of
Limoges, France
EuMC12-03
Inkjet-Printed and 3D
printed wireless sensing
modules
Leena Ukkonen, TUT, Finland
EuMC13-03
A 0.85 - 2.7 GHz Two-Cell
Distributed GaN Power
Amplifier Designed for
High Efficiency at 1-dB
Compression
C. M. Andersson, E. Kuwata, Y. Kawamura,
S. Shinjo, K. Yamanaka, Mitsubishi Electric
Corporation, Ofuna, Japan
17:10h - 17:30h
17:30h - 17:50h
EuMC11-04
Antenna Placement and
Wave Propagation for
Car-to-Car Communication
EuMC12-04
3D Printed Lens Antenna
for Wireless Power
Transfer at Ku-Band
M. A. Bueno Diez, P. E. Plitt, W. W. Pascher, S.
Lindenmeier, University of the Bundeswehr
Munich, Munich, Germany
Ricardo Goncalves, Pedro Pinho,
Nuno Carvalho,
University of Aveiro, Portugal
EuMC11-05
On-Body Propagation
Characterization with an Hplane Substrate Integrated
Waveguide (SIW) Horn
Antenna at 60 GHz
EuMC12-05
3D Printed SIW Structures
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EuMC13-02
A 2.5-GHz Band Low
Voltage High Efficiency
CMOS Power Amplifier IC
Using Parallel Switching
Transistor for Short Range
Wireless Applications
T. A. Kurniawan, X. Yang, X. Xu, T. Yoshimasu,
Waseda University, Kitakyushu, Japan
K. Sakamoto, K. Hiraga, M. Arai, T. Seki, T.
Tsubaki, H. Toshinaga, T. Nakagawa, NTT
Corporation, Yokosuka-shi, Japan
S. Razafimahatratra1, J. Sarrazin1, A. BenlarbiDelaï1, T. Mavridis2, L. Petrillo2, P. De Doncker2,
C. Leduc3, M. Zhadobov3, 1Sorbonne Universités,
Paris, France, 2ULB, Bruxelles, Belgium, 3University
of Rennes 1, Rennes, France
Chair: Georg Fischer, FAU Erlangen
Co-Chair: Franco Giannini, University of
Roma Tor Vergata
Stefano Moscato, University of Pavia, Italy
EuMC13-04
A 230 W, 1.8 to 2.2 GHz
Broadband LDMOS Power
Amplifier Utilizing MultiSection Integrated Passive
Device Input Matching
L. Zhao1, M. Watts1, B. Noori2, J. Jones1,
1
Freescale Semiconductor, Inc., Tempe,
United States, 2Apple Inc., Cupertino, United
States
251
Chair: Patrice Gamand, NXP
Co-Chair: Thierry Taris, IMS,University of
Bordeaux
C. A. Andrei1, O. Bengtsson2, R. Doerner2, S.
A. Chevtchenko2, W. Heinrich2, M. Rudolph1,2,
1
Brandenburgische Technische Universität
Cottbus-Senftenberg, Cottbus, Germany,
2
Ferdinand-Braun-Institut, Leibniz-Institut für
Höchstfrequenztechnik, Berlin, Germany
EuMC14-02
Two High Gain Fully OnChip LNAs with Wideband
Input Matching in 0.15-um
GaAs pHEMT for Radio
Astronomical Telescope
C. Chou1, Y. Chang1, C. Chiong2, H. Wang1,
1
National Taiwan University, Taipei, Taiwan,
2
Academia Sinica Institute of Astronomy and
Astrophysics, Taipei, Taiwan
EuMC14-03
A Phase Noise
Improvement of 19 GHz
VCO with use of Feedback
Coupled-Line Resonator
T. Kawasaki, A. Otsuka, M. Kubota, T.
Tokumitsu, S. Ogita, Sumitomo Electric
Industries, LTD., Yokohama, Japan
EuMC14-04
A Push-Push Oscillator
Array with Very Simple
Coupling Circuits Using
HEMT
T. Tanaka, T. Sameshima, I. Toyoda, Saga
University, Saga-shi, Japan
EuMC14-05
An Electrically Tunable
X-Band Voltage-Controlled
Oscillator Using Substrate
Integrated Waveguide
Dual-Mode Bandpass
Filter with Circular Cavity
W. Huang, P. Chen, Z. Yu, L. Tian, J. Zhou,
Southeast University, NanJing, China
TUESDAY
252A
EuMC15
RFID Techniques and
Applications
Chair: Reinhard Feger, Johannes Kepler
University
Co-Chair: Nuno Carvalho, University of
Aveiro
EuMC16
Couplers
Chair: Vesna Crnojevic-Bengin, University
of Novi Sad
Co-Chair: Luca Perregrini, University of Pavia
EuMC17
Near Field Wireless
Power Transfer
Chair: Luciano Tarricone, University of
Salento
Co-Chair: Diego Masotti, University of
Bologna
202+203
EuMC18
Relectometers and
Millimeterwave
Characterization
Chair: Christophe Gaquiere, IEMN
Co-Chair: Phillipe Ferrari, IMEP
R. K. Barik, P. K. Kanaparthi V, K.
Sholampettai Subramanian, Indian Institute
of Information Technology Design and
Manufacturing (IIITD&M), Kancheepuram,
Chennai, India
R. Ishikawa, K. Honjo, University of ElectroComminications, Chofu, Japan
EuMC15-03
3D Microwave Imaging
System for the Remote
Detection and Reading of
Passive Sensors
EuMC16-03
Design and
Characterisation of Novel
W-band Wide-band
Couplers and Six-port
Circuit
EuMC17-03
High Efficiency and High
Power GaN HEMT Inverse
Class-F Synchronous
Rectifier for Wireless
Power Applications
E. Moldovan, S. O. Tatu, Institut national de
la recherche scientifique, Montreal, Canada
S. Abbasian, T. Johnosn, University of British
Columbia, Kelowna, Canada
D. R. Daughton1, S. Yano1, D. McLean1, A. Macor2, E.
de Rijk2, A. von Bieren2, M. Favre2, M. Bauwens3, A. W.
Lichtenberger3, N. S. Barker3, R. M. Weikle3, J. L. Hesler4, E.
Bryerton4, C. Rowland4, 1Lake Shore Cryotronics, Westerville,
United States, 2Swissto12 SA, Lausanne, Switzerland,
3
Dominion MicroProbe, Inc., Charlottesville, United States,
4
Virginia Diodes, Inc., Charlottesville, United States
EuMC15-04
A Passive Temperature
Sensor Based on a Printed
Magnetoinductive-Wave
(MIW) Delay Line
EuMC16-04
A Novel Trans-Directional
Coupler Based on
Vertically Installed Planar
Circuit
F. Herraiz-Martínez, J. Martínez-Cebrián,
D. Segovia-Vargas, Carlos III University in
Madrid, Leganés, Spain
A. N. Sychev, S. M. Struchkov, V. N. Putilov, N.
Y. Rudyi, Tomsk State University of Control
Systems and Radioelectronics (TUSUR),
Tomsk, Russian Federation
EuMC17-04
Matching Network
Improvement for RF
Energy Harvesters in Body
Sensor Area Network
Context
EuMC18-04
A Broadband 3-29 GHz
Reflectometer with a
Frequency Compensated
Multilayer Sixport
Structure
V. Kuhn, F. Seguin, C. Lahuec, C. Person, LabSTICC, Télécom Bretagne, Brest, France
F. Trenz1, M. Hofmann1, R. Weigel1, D.
Kissinger2,3, 1Friedrich-Alexander Universitaet
Erlangen-Nuernberg, Erlangen, Germany,
2
IHP, Frankfurt (Oder), Germany, 3Technische
Universitaet Berlin, Berlin, Germany
EuMC15-05
Microwave Characterization
of Materials During
Corrosion: Application to
Wireless Sensors
EuMC16-05
A 300 kHz-13.5 GHz
Directional Bridge
EuMC17-05
A Dual Band 915 MHz/2.44
GHz RF Energy Harvester
N. Drobotun1, P. Mikheev2, 1Micran, Tomsk,
Russian Federation, 2Tomsk State University
of Control Systems and Radioelectronics,
Tomsk, Russian Federation
L. Fadel, L. Oyhenart, R. Berges, V. Vigneras, T.
Taris, IMS Laboratory, Talence, France
EuMC18-05
Reflectometer Calibration
With a Pair of Partially
Known Standards
D. Henry1,2, P. Pons1, H. Aubert1,2,
1
CNRS;LAAS, Toulouse, France, 2University of
Toulouse; UPS, INSA, INP, ISAE; LAAS-CNRS,
Toulouse, France
M. Yasri1,2,3, B. Lescop1, S. Rioual1, F. Gallée2,
E. Diler3, D. Thierry3, 1Laboratoire de
Magnétique de Bretagne, Brest, France,
2
Lab-STICC UMR CNRS 3192, Institut
Mine-Telecom, Brest, France, 3Institut de la
Corrosion, Brest, France
L. Boehm, S. Pledl, F. Boegelsack, M. Hitzler,
C. Waldschmidt, University of Ulm, Ulm,
Germany
EuMC18-03
WR-5.1 Band, on-Wafer
Characterization at
Cryogenic Temperatures
A. Arsenovic1, R. M. Weikle II2, J. Hesler1,
1
Virginia Diodes Inc., Charlottesville, United
States, 2University Of Virginia, Charlottesville,
United States
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TUESDAY
M. Fantuzzi1, D. Masotti1, A. Costanzo2,
1
University of Bologna, Bologna, Italy,
2
University of Bologna, Cesena, Italy
EuMC18-02
Robotically Controlled
Directivity and Gain
Measurements of
Integrated Antennas at
280 GHz
17:30h - 17:50h
EuMC17-02
High-Efficiency DC-to-RF/
RF-to-DC Interconversion
Switching Module at
C-Band
17:10h - 17:30h
EuMC16-02
Compact Wideband 3 dB
Branch Line Coupler with
Multiple Symmetric PI
Section
M. Klenner1,2, C. Zech1,2, A. Hülsmann1, M.
Schlechtweg1, O. Ambacher1,2, 1Fraunhofer
Institute for Applied Solid State Physics,
Freiburg, Germany, 2University of Freiburg
16:50h - 17:10h
EuMC15-02
A Multilayer CompactSize UWB-UHF Antenna
System for Novel RFID
Applications
D. Wang, X. A. Nghiem, M. Wei, R. Negra,
RWTH Aachen University, Aachen, Germany
EuMC18-01
Characterization of QuasiOptical Focusing Systems
at W-Band Frequencies
16:30h - 16:50h
P. Kurgan, S. Koziel, Reykjavik University,
Reykjavik, Iceland
EuMC17-01
Design of a High Efficiency
Rectifier with Wide
Bandwidth and Input
Power Range Based on the
Time Reversal Duality of
Power Amplifier
C. Divarathne, N. C. Karmakar, Monash
University, Melbourne, Australia
EuMC16-01
A Novel Wideband
Microstrip Branch-Line
Coupler with Compact
Footprint
253
16:10h - 16:30h
EuMC15-01
An Advanced Tag
Detection Technique for
Chipless RFID Systems
252B
WEDNESDAY
241
242A
EuMC19
Modeling of
Electromagnetic
Periodic Structures and
Metamaterials
EuMC20
Transmission Lines and
Transitions
EuMC19-01
Wideband Equivalent
Circuit for Non-aligned
1-D Periodic Metal Strips
Coupled Gratings
EuMC20-01
Modeling of Multiple
Coated Coaxial Airlines Considering Finite
Conductivity and Surface
Roughness
Chair: Ian Robertson, University of Leeds
Co-Chair: Marco Pasian, University of Pavia
Chair: Francisco Medina, University of
Sevilla
Co-Chair: Alessandro Galli, Sapienza
University of Rome
08:30h - 08:50h
08:50h - 09:10h
09:10h - 09:30h
09:30h - 09:50h
09:50h - 10:10h
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C. Molero1, R. Rodriguez-Berral1, F. Mesa1,
F. Medina2, 1University of Sevilla, Seville,
Spain, 2University of Sevilla, Seville, Spain
S. Zinal, PTB-Germamy, Braunschweig,
Germany
242B
EuMC21
Microwaves in
Biological and Medical
Applications
Chair: Juan-Mari Collantes, University of the
Basque Country
Co-Chair: Shokrollah Karimian, CERN
EuMC21-01
A Novel Chipless RFIDBased Stretchable and
Wearable Hand Gesture
Sensor
T. Le1, R. A. Bahr1, B. Song1, A. Traille2, C. P.
Wong1, M. M. Tentzeris1, 1Georgia Institute
of Technolgy, Atlanta, United States,
2
LAAS-CNRS, Toulouse, France
EuMC19-02
Triple-Band PolarizationIndependent
Metamaterial Absorber
using Destructive
Interference
EuMC20-02
Dielectric-Tube-Supported
Metal Rod Transmission
Line and its Application to
Transition for 1mm Coaxial
Connector at 80 GHz Band
S. Ghosh, S. Bhattacharyya, Y. Kaiprath, D.
Chaurasiya, K. V. Srivastava, Indian Institute
of Technology Kanpur, Kanpur, India
S. Kitabayashi1, F. Kuroki1, Y. Kawahara2,
1
National Institute of Technology, Kure
College, Kure, Japan, 2Kawashima
Manufacturing Co., Ltd, Kawasaki, Japan
A. Diet1, M. Grzeskowiak2, M. Benamara2, Y. Le
Bihan1, C. Conessa1, G. Lissorgues2, F. Alves1, 1GEEPS
UMR 8507 (CNRS, Centrale-Supélec, Univ. Paris Sud11, UPMC), Univ. Paris Saclay, Gif sur Yvette, France,
2
ESYCOM EA 2552 (UPEMLV, ESIEE-Paris, CNAM),
Noisy le Grand / Marne la vallée, France
EuMC19-03
Wave Scattering by PTsymmetric Epsilon-NearZero Periodic Structures
EuMC20-03
Agile Phasers Constituted
of Coupling-Free
Nonuniform Stub-Loaded
Transmission Lines
EuMC21-03
Dielectric Characterization
of Biocompatible
Hydrogels for Application
to Epidermal RFID Devices
S. Taravati1, C. Caloz1,2, 1Polytechnique
de Montreal, Montreal, Canada, 2King
Abdulaziz University, Jeddah, Saudi Arabia
S. Amendola1, C. Occhiuzzi2,3, A. Ajovalasit3,
M. A. Sabatino3, C. Dispenza3, G. Marrocco1,
1
University of Roma Tor Vergata, Rome, Italy,
2
Radio6ense srl, Rome, Italy, 3University of
Palermo, Palermo, Italy
EuMC20-04
A Wideband Vertical
Microstrip-to-Microstrip
Transition On Two DualMode Slotline Resonators
EuMC21-04
High Doses Wireless
Radiation Sensor using
Electromagnetic Transducers
and Radar Interrogation
X. Guo1, W. Wu1, L. Zhu2, 1Nanjing University
of Science & Technology, Nanjing, China,
2
Faculty of Science and Technology,
University of Macau, Macau SAR, China
E. Debourg1,2, A. Rifai1,2, H. Aubert1,2, P. Pons1,2, I.
Augustyniak3, P. Knapkiewicz3, J. Dziuban3, M.
Matusiak4, M. Olszacki4, 1LAAS CNRS, Toulouse, France,
2
University of Toulouse, France, 3Wroclaw University
of Technolgy, Wroclaw, Poland, 4National Centre for
Nuclear Research, Otwock, Poland
EuMC20-05
Dual-Band SteppedImpedance Transformer
to Full-Height SubstrateIntegrated Waveguide
EuMC21-05
Propagation of
Electromagnetic Waves
Radiated by an Implanted
Antenna
T. Jaschke, B. Rohrdantz, A. F. Jacob, Techn.
Univ. Hamburg-Harburg, Hamburg, Germany
P. A. Turalchuk1, M. Derkach2, O. G. Vendik1,
I. B. Vendik1, 1St. Petersburg Electrotechnical
University, St. Petersburg, Russian
Federation, 2JSC Radar MMS, St. Petersburg,
Russian Federation
O. V. Shramkova, G. P. Tsironis, University of
Crete, Heraklion, Greece
EuMC19-04
Short Wire UltraWideband Filter and
Polarizer
Z. Mostajabi1, J. Rashed-Mohassel2,1, 1School
of ECE, College of Engineering,University of
Tehran, Tehran, Iran, 2Center of Excellence
on Applied Electromagnetic Systems, School
of ECE, College of Engineering,University of
Tehran, Tehran, Iran
EuMC19-05
Wire-Medium Loaded
Planar Structures: A Novel
Transmission-Line Model
and Relevant Dispersion
Properties
D. Comite, P. Burghignoli, P. Baccarelli, A.
Galli, ‘Sapienza’ University, Rome, Italy
EuMC21-02
Detection Tube for Small
HF RFID Tags, Thanks to
Mutual Coupling with a
Coil Resonator
WEDNESDAY
Maillot
EuMC/EuRAD01
Novel Microwave
Technologies for
Antennas
Chair: Tan-Phu Vuong, University of
Grenoble
Co-Chair: Christian Waldschmidt, University
of Ulm
243
EuMC/EuRAD02
UWB Antenna System
Chair: Cyrille Menudier, University of
Limoges
Co-Chair: Michele Lalande, University of
Limoges
253
EuMC/EuRAD03
Antenna System
Assessment for Radar
and Communication
Applications
Chair: Jean-Yves Dauvignac, University of
Nice Sophia Antipolis
Co-Chair: Alexander Yarovoy, Delft University
of Technology
R. Négrier1, M. Lalande1, V. Bertrand2,
J. Andrieu1, V. Couderc3, B. Shalaby3, L.
Pecastaing4, A. De Ferron4, L. Desrumaux5,
1
University of Limoges, France, 2Cisteme,
Brive-la-Gaillarde, France, 3University of
Limoges, France, 4SIAME, Pau, France, 5DGA,
Bagneux, France
M. Arai1, T. Seki1, N. Shinohara2, 1NTT
corporation, Kanagawa, Japan, 2Kyoto
University, Kyoto, Japan
EuMC/EuRAD01-02
Substrate Integrated
Waveguide Slot-Fed Grid
Array Antenna
EuMC/EuRAD02-02
Evaluation of a UWB
Radar Interface for Low
Power Radar Sensors
O. Khan1, J. Meyer1, K. Baur1, C.
Waldschmidt2, 1Robert Bosch GmbH,
Leonberg, Germany, 2University of Ulm,
Ulm, Germany
D. Genschow, J. Kloas, IHP, Frankfurt (Oder),
Germany
EuMC/EuRAD03-02
A Closed-Form Formula
for RSSI-Based DoA
Estimation with Switched
Beam Antennas
EuMC/EuRAD01-03
Metamaterial Structures
Composed of Multi-Layer
Ceramic Capacitors for
Antenna Applications
EuMC/EuRAD02-03
A 1-21 GHz, 3-bit CMOS
True Time Delay Chain
with 274 ps Delay for
Ultra-broadband Phased
Array Antennas
N. Michishita, H. Morishita, National
Defense Academy, Yokosuka, Japan
A. Mehmood1, M. Nikfalazar1, M. Sohrabi1,
R. Jakoby1, M. Hovhanisyan2, M. Letz2,
1
Technical University of Darmstadt,
Darmstadt, Germany, 2Schott AG, Mainz,
Germany
P. Patel1, G. S. Reddy1, J. Mukherjee1, B.
Mukherjee2, 1Indian Institute of Technology
Bombay, Mumbai, India, 2IIIT, Jabalpur, India
K. G. Kjelgård, T. S. Lande, University of Oslo,
Oslo, Norway
EuMC/EuRAD02-05
Ultra-Wideband Planar
Antennas with Dual-Band
Notched Characteristics
Based on Electric Ring
Resonators
I. B. Vendik1, A. Rusakov1, K. Kanjanasit2, J. Hong2, D. Filonov3,
1
St. Petersburg Electrotechnical University, St. Petersburg
Electrotechnical University, Russian Federation, 2Heriot-Watt
University, Edinburgh, United Kingdom, 3National Research
University of Information Technologies, Mechanics and Optics,
St. Petersburg, Russian Federation
C. Menudier1, E. Arnaud1, M. Thevenot1,
F. Fezai1, A. Oueslati1, N. Chevalier2, S.
Reynaud2, T. Monediere1, 1XLIM - University
of Limoges, Limoges, France, 2Cisteme,
Limoges, France
EuMC/EuRAD03-04
Calibration of Polarimetric
Radar System with Giant
Aperture Antenna
J. Lin, W. Li, Y. Zhang, Q. Lin, Z. Chen, Science
and Technology on Automatic Target
Recognition Laboratory, Changsha, China
EuMC/EuRAD03-05
Impact of Soil on UWB
Buried Antenna and
Communication Link in IRUWB WUSN Applications
H. Zemmour1, G. Baudoin1, C. Hamouda1, A. Diet2, M.
Biancheri-Astier3, 1ESYCOM (EA2552), ESIEE-Paris,
Univ. Paris Est, France, 2GEEPS/PIEM UMR 8507, Univ.
Paris Sacly, France, 3GEOPS/GPIS UMR 8148,Univ. Paris
Sacly, France
09:50h - 10:10h
EuMC/EuRAD01-05
New Wideband
Quadrature Rectangular
Dielectric Resonator
Antenna
EuMC/EuRAD02-04
A CMOS UWB K-band
Impulse Radar Receiver
EuMC/EuRAD03-03
Synthesis of MultiElement Antennas using a
Measurement Test Bench
09:30h - 09:50h
EuMC/EuRAD01-04
Bulk-Glass Ceramic
Based Stacked Dielectric
Resonator Antenna As
Phased Array Element
F. Hu, K. Mouthaan, National University of
Singapore, Singapore, Singapore
S. Maddio, M. A. Passafiume, A. Cidronali,
G. Manes, MIDRA - University of Florence,
Florence, Italy
WEDNESDAY
A. Ho1, E. Pistono1, T. Vuong1, A. NiembroMartin2 , 1University of Grenoble Alpes,
Grenoble, France, 2Centre Technique du
Papier, Grenoble, France
09:10h - 09:30h
EuMC/EuRAD03-01
Study on Multiple Stream
Transmission by Using
Multiple Polarizations
08:50h - 09:10h
EuMC/EuRAD02-01
UWB Impulse Radiation
Source with Integrated
Optoelectronic Generator
08:30h - 08:50h
EuMC/EuRAD01-01
Crossed-Slot Cavity
Antenna in Slow-Wave
SIW
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WEDNESDAY
251
EuMC22
Millimeter Wave Circuits
Chair: Asher Madjar, M2Microwaves LLC
Co-Chair: Wolfgang Heinrich, FerdinandBraun-Institut (FBH)
08:30h - 08:50h
08:50h - 09:10h
09:10h - 09:30h
09:30h - 09:50h
09:50h - 10:10h
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EuMC22-01
A 250 GHz HeteroIntegrated VCO with 0.7
mW Output Power in InPon-BiCMOS Technology
M. Hossain1, N. Weimann1, B. Janke1, M.
Lisker2, C. Meliani2, B. Tillack2, O. Krueger1,
V. Krozer1, W. Heinrich1, 1FerdinandBraun-Institut, Berlin, Germany, 2IHP
Microelectronics, Frankfurt (Oder), Germany
EuMC22-02
Low Noise 89 GHz Detector
Module for MetOp-SG
M. Hoefle1,2, O. Cojocari1, M. Sobornytskyy1,
A. Jankowski1, I. Oprea1, A. Penirschke2, R.
Jakoby2, T. Decoopman3, M. Perichaud4, P.
Piironen4, 1ACST GmbH, Hanau, Germany,
2
Technische Universitaet Darmstadt,
Darmstadt, Germany, 3Airbus Defence &
Space, Toulouse, France, 4European Space
Agency, Noordwijk, Netherlands
EuMC22-03
A 3.7 mW 75-87GHz Injection-Locked
Frequency Tripler using
Bandwidth-Enhanced
Transformer-Coupled
Topology for Automatic
Radar Applications
252A
EuMC23
Advanced Technologies
for Planar, Tunable and
Acoustic-Wave Filters
EuMC24
Millimeter-Wave
Imaging
EuMC23-01
Applied Methodology for
Harmonic Suppression
of Microstrip Edge
Coupled Bandpass Filters
using Composite Circuit
Materials
EuMC24-01
Wideband 120 GHz to 140
GHz MIMO Radar: System
Design and Imaging
Results
Chair: Vicente Boria, Technical University of
Valencia
Co-Chair: Cedric Quendo, University of Brest
J. Coonrod, Rogers Corporation, Chandler,
United States
EuMC23-02
Design of Tunable DualBand Filter with Multiple
Types of Resonators
A. Nakamura, J. Nikaido, Y. Aoki, Y.
Shirakata, S. Takase, YOKOWO Co., Ltd,
Kita-ku, Japan
EuMC22-05
Reflection and Band-stop
Types of Self-injection
Locked NRD Guide Gunn
Oscillators Loading TEM
Resonance Type Metal
Rod Resonator Supported
by PEEK Material at 60
GHz
M. Teramoto, F. Kuroki, National Institute of
Technology, Kure College, Kure, Japan
Chair: Lorenz-Peter Schmidt, FAU ErlangenNürnberg
Co-Chair: Timo Jaeschke, Ruhr-University
Bochum
T. Spreng1, S. Yuan2, V. Valenta2, H.
Schumacher2, U. Siart3, V. Ziegler1, 1Airbus
Group Innovations, München, Germany,
2
Universität Ulm, Ulm, Germany, 3Technische
Universität München, München, Germany
EuMC24-02
MIMO System for Fast
Imaging at 90 GHz
Y. Cheng, H. Peng, Y. Chiang, Chang Gung
University, Kwei-Shan, Taiwan
R. Herschel, S. Nowok, P. Warok, S. A.
Lang, N. Pohl, Fraunhofer-Institut for High
Frequency Physics and Radar Techniques
FHR, Wachtberg, Germany
EuMC23-03
A 2-Pole Tunable Bandpass
Filter Using Commercial
DigitallyTunable Capacitor
EuMC24-03
A Sparse Array Based
THz Imaging System for
Volume Inspection
G. Chaabane, C. Guines, M. Chatras,
V. Madrangeas, P. Blondy, University of
Limoges, France
B. Baccouche1, A. Keil2, M. Kahl3, P. Haring
Bolívar3, T. Löffler4, J. Jonuscheit1, F.
Friederich1, 1Fraunhofer IPM, Kaiserslautern,
Germany, 2Becker Photonik GmbH, Porta
Westfalica, Germany, 3University Siegen,
Siegen, Germany, 4Synview GmbH, Bad
Homburg, Germany
EuMC23-04
Acoustic-Wave-LumpedElement Resonator (AWLR)
Architectures for High-Q
Reflective Bandstop Filters
EuMC24-04
A Fast Rotating Scanning
Approach for Millimeter
Wave Imaging
H. Huang1, M. Wu1, J. Tsai2, T. Huang1, 1National
Taiwan University, Taipei, Taiwan, 2National
Taiwan Normal University, Taipei, Taiwan
EuMC22-04
High-Efficiency LowPhase-Noise 79-GHz Gunn
Oscillator Module
252B
D. Psychogiou1, R. Gómez-García2, D.
Peroulis1, 1Purdue University, West Lafayette,
United States, 2University of Alcalá, Alcalá de
Henares, Spain
EuMC23-05
Bandwidth Enlargement
in Acoustic-Wave RF
Bandpass Filters With
Planar Transversal Circuits
R. Gomez-Garcia1, D. Psychogiou2, R.
Loeches-Sanchez1, D. Peroulis2, 1University
of Alcala, Alcala de Henares, Spain, 2Purdue
University, West Lafayette, United States
D. Nuessler, S. Heinen, R. Brauns, S. Kose, N.
Pohl, Fraunhofer FHR, Wachtberg, Germany
EuMC24-05
Characterizing Surface
Profiles Utilizing mmWave FMCW SAR Imaging
J. Barowski1, D. Pohle1, T. Jaeschke2, N. Pohl3,
I. Rolfes1, 1Ruhr-University Bochum, Bochum,
Germany, 2Ruhr-University Bochum,
Bochum, Germany, 3Fraunhofer FHR,
Wachtberg, Germany
WEDNESDAY
Maillot
EuRAD01
EuRAD Opening Session
Chair: Laurent Ferro-Famil, EuRAD 2015 Chair
Co-Chair: Jean-Marc Goutoule, EuRAD 2015 Co-Chair
10:50h - 11:00h
Welcome Address
Opening of the European Radar Conference 2015
Laurent Ferro-Famil, EuRAD 2015 Chair
Michèle Lalande, EuRAD 2015 TPC Chair
11:00h - 11:45h
Breakthroughs and New Concepts in SAR and
Radar
Marc Lesturgie, ONERA, Paris, France
11:45h - 12:30h
Geosynchronous Synthetic Aperture Radars:
systems and applications
10:50h - 12:30h
This presentation will outline most of the innovating techniques studied by the radar
engineering community, in relation with their operational or commercial value. This
overview will come with a state of art example of results and equipments, with a focus
on the possible association between technology and potential operational benefits
and a discussion on challenges to take up in the coming decades.
WEDNESDAY
During the last ten years, the radar community has been facing new requirements
in civilian and military radar surveillance, requiring innovative radar techniques and
architectures to improve the quality of detection, terrain imaging, target tracking,
personal inspection, as well as the classification and identification of objects.
Beside pure technological development requiring heavy investments and a long
term planning, a new way of radar thinking has emerged from recent research
and studies carried by the worldwide community, on the borders of different areas:
communications for new waveform design, new SAR modes, innovative MIMO
strategies, cognitive techniques for optimal radar scheduling, information theory and
image processing for classification purpose, etc.
Fabio Rocca, Politecnico di Milano, Milano, Italy
A swarm of N SAR sensors in a geostationary orbit might provide all-day-all-weather
imaging within a continental region, using direct downloading for real time data
exploitation.
The coherent combinations of the echoes would improve the signal-to-noise ratio by
a factor of N², leading to metric resolution, 20-40 minutes minimum observation time,
multi-polarimetric and interferometric imaging. Fast evolving events like landslides,
floods, soil moisture changes, volcanic activity, co-seismic motions, infrastructure
deformations and columnar water-vapor maps would be monitored continuously
from space for the first time. The observed area would have a footprint up to a
thousand kilometers wide, set using electronic steering, anytime, and anywhere
within the continent. The flexibility of the swarm, of the SAR configurations, and of the
observation parameters could be used to customize the system for each application.
Risks, associated with clutter, troposphere and ionosphere propagation as well as the
system capabilities are evaluated.
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241
242B
EuMC25
Microwave Applications
of Metamaterials
EuMC26
Passive Power Dividers
2
EuMC27
Microwave Systems
EuMC25-01
Demonstration of
Circularly-Polarized LeakyWave Antenna Based on
Pseudo-Traveling Wave
Resonance
EuMC26-01
A Novel Gysel Power
Divider Based on
Substrate-IntegratedWaveguide (SIW)
Technology
EuMC27-01
Exploitation of Capacitive
Coupling at UHF for
Remote Sensing in a kW
WPT System
K. Ninomiya1, T. Ueda1, A. Porokhnyuk1, T.
Itoh2, 1Kyoto Institute of Technology, Kyoto,
Japan, 2University of California, Los Angeles,
Los Angeles, United States
H. Chen, W. Che, C. Gu, W. Feng, Nanjing
University of Science & Technology, Nanjing,
China
EuMC25-02
Epsilon Near Zero Loaded
Magnetrons, Design and
Realization
EuMC26-02
Air-Bridge Free Coplanar
Waveguide Power Divider
Chair: Tasuo Itoh, UCLA
Co-Chair: Amr Safwat, Faculty of
Engineering, Ain Shams University
10:50h - 11:10h
11:10h - 11:30h
11:30h - 11:50h
11:50h - 12:10h
12:10h - 12:30h
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N. Nasr Esfahani1, K. Schünemann1, N.
Avtomonov2, D. Vavriv2, 1Technische
Universität Hamburg-Harburg (TUHH),
Hamburg, Germany, 2Institute of Radio
Astronomy of NASU, Kharkov, Ukraine
Chair: Jan Machac, Czech Technical
University in Prague
Co-Chair: Luca Perregrini, University of Pavia
A. M. Nasr, A. M. Safwat, Faculty of
Engineering, Ain Shams University, Cairo,
Egypt
Chair: Andreas Stelzer, Johannes Kepler
University
Co-Chair: Steve Nightingale, Cobham
R. Trevisan1,2, A. Costanzo1, 1University of
Bologna, Bologna, Italy, 2IMA SpA, Ozzano
dell’Emilia, Italy
EuMC27-02
FPGA Implementation of
Delta Sigma Modulation
Based All-Digital RF
Transmitter for Parallel
Magnetic Resonance
Imaging
F. E. Sagcan, A. Bayram, B. Sen, Aselsan Inc.,
Ankara, Turkey
EuMC25-03
Beam-Tilted and Wide
Beam Antennas using
Hybrid Electromagnetic
Band Gap Structures
EuMC26-03
E-plane 3-dB Power
Divider/Combiner in
Substrate Integrated
Waveguide Technology
EuMC27-03
Mini Electromagnetic
Pulse Generator Based
on Switched Quarterwavelength Oscillator
K. Kandasamy1, B. Majumder1, J. Mukherjee1,
K. P. Ray2, 1Indian Institute of Technology
Bombay, Mumbai, India, 2Society for Applied
Microwave Electronic Engineering and
Research - SAMEER, Mumbai, India
M. Pasian1, L. Silvestri1, M. Bozzi1, L.
Perregrini1, K. K. Samanta2, 1University of
Pavia, Pavia, Italy, 2Milmega, Ltd, Ryde,
United Kingdom
D. Jiang, B. Zhang, Y. Wang, 29th Institute of
the Electronic science and Technology group
company of China, Chengdu, China
EuMC25-04
Active Diplexer Based
on Isolation Circuits
Imbedded Low Noise
Amplifiers
EuMC26-04
A Multilayer Substrate
Integrated 3dB Power
Divider with Embedded
Thick Film Resistor
EuMC27-04
Bi-Partition Based
Analog Beamforming for
Millimeter Wave Backhaul
Systems
H. Lee1, J. H. Choi2, T. Itoh1, 1University of
California at Los Angeles, Los Angeles,
United States, 2Syracuse University, Syracuse,
United States
C. Rave, A. F. Jacob, Techn. Univ. HamburgHarburg, Hamburg, Germany
R. Lv1, T. Li2, H. Long1, X. Li1, L. Wang3, W.
Cheng3, 1Huawei, Chengdu, China, 2Sichuan
University, Chengdu, China, 3China Mobile,
Beijing, China
EuMC25-05
Metapaper: a Frequency
Selective Surface Wallpaper
for the Attenuation of WiFi Signals
EuMC26-05
Four-way Waveguide
Power Dividers with
Integrated Filtering
Function
EuMC27-05
A Widely Nonlinear
Approach to Compensate
Impairments in I/Q
Modulators
A. Niembro-Martin1,3, F. De Barros1, P.
Lemaitre-Auger2, G. Eymin-Petot-Tourtollet1,
E. Pistono3, T. Vuong3, 1Centre Technique
du Papier, Grenoble, France, 2University of
Grenoble-Alps, Valence, France, 3University
of Grenoble-Alps, Grenoble, France
A. M. Mohammed, Y. Wang, University of
Greenwich, Chatham, United Kingdom
C. Crespo-Cadenas, M. J. Madero-Ayora,
J. Reina-Tosina, J. A. Becerra-González,
University of Seville, Seville, Spain
WEDNESDAY
251
EuMC28
Front-end Subsystems
Chair: Christophe Gaquiere, University of
Lille
Co-Chair: Yves Mancuso, Thales Airborne
Systems
C. Vázquez Antuña, A. I. Hadarig, S. Ver
Hoeye, R. Camblor Díaz, M. Fernández
García, G. R. Hotopan, L. Alonso González,
F. Las Heras Andrés, University of Oviedo,
Gijón, Spain
S. Maddio, A. Cidronali, G. Collodi, G. Manes,
MIDRA - University of Florence, Florence,
Italy
P. B. Kyabaggu, N. Haris, A. A. Rezazadeh,
M. A. Alim, E. Sinulingga, The University of
Manchester, Manchester, United Kingdom
J. Moghaddasi, K. Wang, K. Wu, Poly-Grames
Research Center, Center for Radiofrequency
Electronics Research of Quebec (CREER),
Ecole Polytechnique (University of
Montreal), Montreal, Canada
EuMC29-01
Application of Aggressive
Space Mapping (ASM) to
the Automated Design of
Differential-Mode Wideband
Bandpass Filters with
Common-Mode Suppression
EuMC30-01
A Lens-Coupled 210-270
GHz Circularly Polarized
FMCW Radar Transceiver
Module in SiGe
Technology
EuMC31-01
A Broadband 240
GHz Lens-Integrated
Polarization-Diversity
On-Chip Circular Slot
Antenna for a Power
Source Module in SiGe
Technology
Chair: Ian Hunter, Leeds University
Co-Chair: Roberto Sorrentino, University of
Perugia
M. Sans1, J. Selga1, P. Velez1, A. Rodriguez2, J.
Bonache1, V. E. Boria2, F. Martin1, 1Universitat
Autonoma de Barcelona, Bellaterra, Spain,
2
Universitat Politecnica de Valencia, Valencia, Spain
EuMC29-02
Response Correction
of a V-band NarrowBand Filter Using Tuning
Insertions and Aggressive
Space Mapping
A. Berenguer, M. Baquero-Escudero, D.
Sanchez-Escuderos, B. Bernardo-Clemente,
V. Boria-Esbert, Universitat Politècnica de
València, Valencia, Spain
EuMC29-03
Parametric Modeling of
the Coupling Parameters
of Planar CoupledResonator Microwave
Filters
M. Caenepeel1,2, F. Seyfert2, Y. Rolain1,
M. Olivi2, 1Vrije Universiteit Brussel,
Elsene, Belgium, 2Inria Sophia AntipolisMéditerranée, Sophia Antipolis, France
EuMC29-04
Miniaturized SignalInterference Planar Filters
R. Loeches-Sanchez1, D. Psychogiou2, R.
Gomez-Garcia1, D. Peroulis2, 1University of
Alcala, Alcala de Henares, Spain, 2Purdue
University, West Lafayette, United States
EuMC29-05
Reduced-Length Uniplanar
Bandpass Filter Structures
Based on Coplanar
Waveguide-to-Slotline
Tees
A. Contreras1, M. Ribó2, L. Pradell1, P.
Blondy3, 1Technical University of Catalonia
(UPC), Barcelona, Spain, 2La Salle – Ramon
Llull University, Barcelona, Spain, 3Université
de Limoges, Limoges, France
Chair: Nils Pohl, Fraunhofer FHR
Co-Chair: Dietmar Kissinger, IHP
Microelectronics
K. Statnikov1, J. Grzyb1, N. Sarmah1, B.
Heinemann2, U. R. Pfeiffer1, 1University
of Wuppertal, Wuppertal, Germany, 2IHP,
Frankfurt (Oder), Germany
EuMC30-02
A Compact W-band LFMCW
Radar Module with High
Accuracy and Integrated
Signal Processing
Chair: Wolfgang Menzel, University of Ulm
Co-Chair: Alaa Abunjaileh, Airbus Defence
and Space
J. Grzyb, K. Statnikov, N. Sarmah, U. Pfeiffer,
University of Wuppertal, Wuppertal,
Germany
EuMC31-02
Omnidirectional BondWire Array Antenna
for 60 GHz Wireless
Communication
C. Zech1,4, A. Hülsmann1, M. Schlechtweg1, S. Reinold2, C. Giers2,
B. Kleiner2, L. Georgi3, R. Kahle3, K. Becker3, O. Ambacher1,4,
1
Fraunhofer Institute for Applied Solid State Physics (IAF), Freiburg
im Breisgau, Germany, 2Fraunhofer Institute for Manufacturing
Engineering and Automation (IPA), Stuttgart, Germany, 3Fraunhofer
Institute for Reliability and Microintegration (IZM), Berlin, Germany,
4
University of Freiburg, Freiburg im Breisgau, Germany
R. van Kemenade1, C. Jarufe2, R. Finger3,
B. Smolders1, L. Bronfman3, 1Eindhoven
University of Technology, Eindhoven,
Netherlands, 2Universidad de Chile,
Santiago, Chile, 3Universidad de Chile,
Santiago, Chile
EuMC30-03
300-GHz FM-CW Radar
System by Optical
Frequency Comb
Generation
EuMC31-03
Broadband High Gain SIW
Ring Slot Antenna
A. Kanno, N. Sekine, Y. Uzawa, I. Hosako, T.
Kawanishi, National Institute of Information
and Communications Technology, Koganei,
Japan
EuMC30-04
A 20 Gbit/s, 280 GHz
Wireless Transmission in
InP-HEMT Based Receiver
Module Using Flip-Chip
Assembly
Y. Kawano1, H. Matsumura1, S. Shiba1, M.
Sato1, T. Suzuki1, Y. Nakasha1, T. Takahashi1,
K. Makiyama1, T. Iwai2, N. Hara1, 1Fujitsu
Ltd., Atsugi, Japan, 2Fujitsu Laboratory Ltd.,
Atsugi, Japan
Z. Shen1, K. Dhwaj1, H. Lee1, L. Jiang2, T. Itoh1,
1
Microwave Electronics Laboratory, Los
Angeles, United States, 2Electromagnetics
and Optics Labortory, Hong Kong, China
EuMC31-04
SIW Slot Antenna for
E-Band Communications
D. Zelenchuk1, V. Fusco1, J. Breslin2, M.
Keaveney2, 1Queens University of Belfast,
Belfast, United Kingdom, 2Analog Devices
Inc, Limerick, Ireland
EuMC30-05
Surface Velocity
Estimation of Fluids using
Millimetre-Wave Radar
EuMC31-05
Digital Interference in
Monolithic Integrated
Antennas
C. Erhart1, S. Lutz1, J. Köhler1, H. Mantz1, T.
Walter1, R. Weigel2, 1University of Applied
Sciences Ulm, Ulm, Germany, 2FriedrichAlexander Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg,
Erlangen, Germany
H. H. Yordanov1, G. Savov1, V. Poulkov1, B.
Avdjiiski2, 1Technical University of Sofia,
Sofia, Bulgaria, 2RaySat BG, Sofia, Bulgaria
12:10h - 12:30h
EuMC28-05
Characterization of the
Six-port Interferometer
Demodulator through
Mixer Modeling
EuMC31
Integrated Antennas
11:50h - 12:10h
EuMC28-04
Design and Realisation
of a pHEMT Diode MMIC
Power Limiter using 3D
GaAs Multilayer CPW
Technology
EuMC30
Millimeter-Wave
Systems
11:30h - 11:50h
EuMC28-03
Compact Transponder
Front-End with Enhanced
Gain for Electronic Toll
Collection at 5.8 GHz
EuMC29
Design Techniques for
Planar Microwave Filters
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R. Rieger, A. Klaaßen, P. Schuh, M.
Oppermann, Airbus Defence and Space,
Ulm, Germany
253
11:10h - 11:30h
EuMC28-02
GaN Based Wideband T/R
Module for Multi-Function
Applications
252B
10:50h - 11:10h
EuMC28-01
Millimetre Wave
Transmitter Based on
a Few-Layer Graphene
Frequency Multiplier
252A
WEDNESDAY
EuMC Poster01 Session
EuMC Poster02 Session
12:30h - 14:10h
12:30h - 14:10h
Chair: Jean Francois Villemazet, Thales Alenia Space
Co-Chair: Denis Barataud, XLIM
Chair: Jean Francois Villemazet, Thales Alenia Space
Co-Chair: Denis Barataud, XLIM
The posters are on display from 12:30h - 14:10h
The authors are present for discussion from 12:30h - 14:10h
Hall Ternes - Level 1
EuMC Poster01-01
Quad-band Bandpass
Filter Using Two Pairs of
Stub-Loaded-Resonators
M. H. Farhat, American College of the
Middle east, Kuwait, Kuwait
EuMC Poster01-02
A Wide-band 16-Pole
Low-Insertion-Loss UHF
Bandpass Filter for HighPower-Amplifiers
M. Wölfel1, U. Bochtler1, T. Eibert2, C.
Schmitt3, 1Hochschule Aschaffenburg,
Aschaffenburg, Germany, 2Technische
Universitaet München, München, Germany,
3
KaiTec GmbH, Hösbach, Germany
EuMC Poster01-03
Rapid Design Optimization
of Microwave Filters
Using Variable-Fidelity EM
Simulations and Adjoint
Sensitivity
S. Koziel , A. Bekasiewicz , Gdansk
University of Technology, Gdansk, Poland,
2
Reykjavik University, Reykjavik, Iceland
1,2
Hall Ternes - Level 1
EuMC Poster01-07
Modeling and Design
of Microwave Filters
Employing Overmoded
Empty Cylindrical
Resonators
A. Morini1, M. Baldelli1, G. Venanzoni1, M.
Farina1, P. M. Iglesias2, C. Ernst2, P. Angeletti2,
N. Sidiropoulos3, 1Università Politecnica delle
Marche, Ancona, Italy, 2European Space
Agency, Noordwijk, Netherlands, 3Space
Engineering, Roma, Italy
EuMC Poster01-08
Harmonic Radar using
Multiple Receivers
and Angle of Arrival
Positioning Technique
for Environment with
Obstacles
H. Y. Hsu1, P. M. Chen1, Y. H. Lin1, Z. M. Tsai1,
Y. Y. Chiang2, M. C. Chiu2, 1National Chung
Cheng University, Chiayi, Taiwan, 2National
Chung Cheng University, Chiayi, Taiwan
2 1
EuMC Poster01-04
Radiation Losses
of Sapphire WGM
Resonators: Effects of
Dielectric Disk Shape
I. A. Protsenko , A. A. Barannik , N.
T. Cherpak1, M. S. Kharchenko1, H. O.
Hlukhova2, S. A. Vitusevich2, 1IRE NAS of
Ukraine, Kharkiv, Ukraine, 2Peter Grünberg
Institute (PGI-8) Forschungszentrum Juelich,
Juelich, United States
1
1
EuMC Poster01-05
Ultra Compact E-plane
Waveguide Multiplexers
N. Mohottige, U. Jankovic, D. Budimir,
University of Westminster, London, United
Kingdom
EuMC Poster01-06
Compact SIW Based
Multimode Filters for
Future Generation
Wireless Front-Ends
U. Naeem, COMSATS Institute of
Information Technology, Islamabad, Pakistan
EuMC Poster01-09
Broadband Measurement
of Complex Permittivity
for Liquids via the Openended Cut-off Waveguide
Reflection Method using a
Large-bore Connector
K. Shibata1, M. Kobayashi2, 1Hachinohe
Institute of Technology, Hachinohe, Japan,
2
Hachinohe Institute of Technology,
Hachinohe, Japan
EuMC Poster01-10
A Simple Test Fixture
De-embedding Method
for PCB Components
Measurements Using a
Calibrated Vector Network
Analyzer
A. A. Savin1, V. G. Guba2, M. V. Sinogin2,
O. Y. Morozov2, O. N. Bykova2, 1Tomsk
State University of Control Systems and
Radioelectronics, Tomsk, Russian Federation,
2
NPK TAIR, a subsidiary of Copper Mountain
Technologies, Tomsk, Russian Federation
EuMC Poster01-11
A study of Uncertainty
Estimation for TimeDomain Analysis
by Considering
Incompleteness of TRL
Calibration Kit
Y. Kato, M. Horibe, National Institute of
Advanced Industrial Science and Technology,
Tsukuba, Japan
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The posters are on display from 12:30h - 14:10h
The authors are present for discussion from 12:30h - 14:10h
Hall Ternes - Level 1
Hall Ternes - Level 1
EuMC Poster02-01
Hydration of BiopolymerChlorophyllin Complexes
Measured by Microwave
Differential Dielectrometry
EuMC Poster02-06
Static and Dynamic
Characteristics of a MEMS
Varactor with Broad
Analog Capacitive Tuning
Range for Wideband RF
VCO Applications
D. O. Pesina, O. V. Khorunzhaya, V. A.
Kashpur, A. V. Shestopalova, V. Y. Maleev, O.
Ya. Usikov Institute for Radiophysics and
Electronics of National Academy of Sciences
of Ukraine, Kharkiv, Ukraine
EuMC Poster02-02
A New TLM Algorithm to
Solve the Pennes Equation
for Dosimetry Applications
O. Makhlouf, M. Cueille, J. Dubard,
Laboratoire d’Electronique, Antennes et
Télécommunications, Sophia Antipolis,
France
EuMC Poster02-03
Design and
Implementation of Planar
Rectenna for ISM-Band
Application
S. Lin1, C. Hsieh1, C. Chang2, T. Jong2,
1
National Chiayi University, Chiayi, Taiwan,
2
National Tsing Hua University, Hsinchu,
Taiwan
EuMC Poster02-04
GaN Schottky Diodes
for RF Wireless Power
Detection and Conversion
T. Boles1, G. Lopes2, 1MACOM Technology
Solutions, Lowell, United States, 2MACOM
Technology Solutions, Long Beach, United
States
EuMC Poster02-05
Relaiability of
Transmission Lines
Fabricated by Screen
Printing for On-wafer
Measurements at
Millimeter-wave
M. Horibe1, M. Yoshida2, 1National Institute
of Advanced Industrial Science and
Technology (AIST), Tsukuba, Japan, 2National
Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and
Technology (AIST), Tsukuba, Japan
G. Kahmen1, M. Wietstruck2, M. Kaynak2, B.
Tillack2,3, H. Schumacher4, 1Rohde & Schwarz
GmbH, Munich, Germany, 2IHP, Frankfut
/ Oder, Germany, 3Technische Universität
Berlin, Berlin, Germany, 4Universität Ulm,
Ulm, Germany
EuMC Poster02-07
A DC-30 GHz High
Performance Packaged RF
MEMS SPDT Switch
A. Zahr1,2, P. Blondy1, R. Stefanini2, L.
Zhang2, C. Dorion2, 1XLIM, Limoges, France,
2
AirMems, Limoges, France
EuMC Poster02-08
MEMS-Based SwitchedCapacitor Banks for
Impedance Matching
Networks
R. G. Pesel, S. Attar, R. Mansour, Centre for
Integrated RF Engineering, University of
Waterloo, Waterloo, Canada
EuMC Poster02-09
Modeling and
Characterization of
Bond-Wire Arrays for
Distributed Chip-PackagePCB Co-Design
T. Dinh2, O. Doussin1, D. Lesénéchal2, B.
Domengès2, L. Leyssenne2, D. Bajon1, D.
Pasquet2, P. Descamps2, S. Wane3, 1ISAE
Toulouse, Toulouse, France, 2NXP-LaMIPS
Caen, Caen, France, 3NXP-Semiconductors
France, Caen, France
EuMC Poster02-10
Waveguide Loop-type
Directional Coupler Using
a Coupling Conductor
with Protuberances
H. Ishibashi1, M. Kurihara2, Y. Tahara1,
H. Yukawa1, T. Owada1, H. Miyashita1,
1
Mitsubishi Electric Corporation, Kamakura,
Japan, 2Ryoden Shonan Electronics
Corporation, Kamakura, Japan
EuMC Poster02-11
Differential-Mode BPF
Design Using Folded
Substrate Integrated
Waveguide Cavities
M. Chen, W. Hong, M. Ho, National
Changhua University of Education,
Changhua City, Taiwan
WEDNESDAY
EuMC Poster03 Session
Chair: Jean Francois Villemazet, Thales Alenia Space
Co-Chair: Denis Barataud, XLIM
12:30h - 14:10h
The posters are on display from 12:30h - 14:10h
The authors are present for discussion from 12:30h - 14:10h
Hall Ternes - Level 1
EuMC Poster02-12
Millimetre Wave Dielectric
Characterisation of
Multilayer LTCC Substrate
D. Zelenchuk1, V. Fusco1, J. Breslin2, M.
Keaveney2, 1Queens University of Belfast,
Belfast, United Kingdom, 2Analog Devices
Inc, Limerick, Ireland
EuMC Poster02-13
Power Amplifier
Performances and
Miniaturization
Improvement Based on
Wire Bondable Vertical
Silicon Capacitors
O. Gaborieau, L. Lenoir, IPDIA, Caen, France
EuMC Poster02-14
A Wide Stopband LowPass Wilkinson Power
Divider
EuMC Poster02-15
Compact, LumpedElement Six-Port Receiver
with 25% Bandwidth
M. S. Elsayed1, A. H. Ghareeb1, R. Negra1,
1
RWTH Aachen University, Aachen, Germany,
EuMC Poster02-16
High-Gain Substrate
Integrated Cavity Antenna
Array with Laminated
Waveguide Feeding
Network for W-band
Application
H. Wang1, B. Cao1, J. Zheng1, Y. Huang2,
1
Nanjing University of science and
technology, Nanjing, China, 2Su Zhou Bohai
Microsystem Co., LTD, Suzhou, China
EuMC Poster02-17
Bow-Tie Antenna Fed
by Microstrip Balun
Filter With Designable
Bandwidth and Extended
Stopband
S. Lin1, C. Hsieh1, C. Wang2, K. Lin2, T. Jong2,
1
National Chiayi University, Chiayi, Taiwan,
2
Electrical Engineering, Hsinchu, Taiwan
EuMC Poster03-01
A Compact Miniature
Sensor Based on a
Microstrip Taper Coupled
to a Metamaterial
Resonator
L. Benkhaoua, M. T. Benhabiles, M. L. Riabi,
University Constantine 1, Constantine,
Algeria
EuMC Poster03-02
Numerical Modeling
of Reconfigurable
THz Devices Based on
Graphene Nanostructures
Using Autonomous Blocks
with Floquet Channels
G. S. Makeeva, O. . Golovanov, Penza State
University, Penza, Russian Federation
EuMC Poster03-03
The Role of Electrostatic
Modes in Determining
the Current Distribution
of a Loop Antenna
Transmitting in the
Resonant Frequency
Range and Placed on the
Surface of an Anisotropic
Column
A. S. Zaitseva1, A. V. Kudrin1, T. M.
Zaboronkova1,2, 1University of Nizhny
Novgorod, Nizhny Novgorod, Russian
Federation, 2R.E. Alekseev Technical
University of Nizhny Novgorod, Nizhny
Novgorod, Russian Federation
EuMC Poster03-04
Broadband Computation
of System Output
Sensitivities Using ModelOrder Reduction
O. Farle , R. Dyczij-Edlinger , A. Köhler ,
1
Saarland University, Saarbrücken, Germany,
2
Fraunhofer Institute for Integrated Circuits,
Dresden, Germany
1
1
2
EuMC Poster03-05
Electric-Field Tuning of
Spin-Electromagnetic
Wave Dispersion in
Ferrite-Ferroelectric
Multilayers
V. V. Vitko1, A. A. Nikitin1, A. B. Ustinov1, A. A.
Semenov1, A. A. Nikitin2, E. Lähderanta2, 1St.
Petersburg Electrotechnical University LETI
(ETU), St. Petersburg, Russian Federation,
2
Lappeenranta University of Technology,
Lappeenranta, Finland
Hall Ternes - Level 1
EuMC Poster03-06
218.5 GHz Band-pass
Filter Based on Circular
Resonance Cavities With
Low Loss
S. Liu, Y. Zhang, L. Li, J. Hu, Y. Zhou, W. Zhao,
R. Xu, University of Electronic Science and
Technology of China, Chengdu, China
EuMC Poster03-07
Mode Converters for the
RF Cold Test of a 250 GHz
CARM Cavity
G. Ravera1, S. Ceccuzzi1, A. Doria1, F. Mirizzi2,
I. Spassovsky1, A. A. Tuccillo1, 1ENEA for
EUROfusion, Frascati, Italy, 2Consorzio
Create, Naples, Italy
EuMC Poster03-08
Design of W-Band HighIsolation T/R Switch
C. Chou, S. Huang, W. Lai, H. Kuo, H. Chuang,
National Cheng Kung University, Tainan,
Taiwan
EuMC Poster03-09
A New Area Formation
Approach For Millimeter
Wave Communication
Systems Employing A
Dielectric Waveguide
K. Kawai, T. Takada, A. Fukuda, H. Okazaki,
S. Narahashi, NTT DOCOMO, Inc., Yokosuka,
Japan
EuMC Poster03-10
Point to Multipoint
Wireless Backhaul Systems
for Cost-Effective Small
Cell Deployment
R. Vilar1, J. Marti1, F. Magne2, 1Universitat
Politecnica de Valencia, Valencia, Spain,
2
Bluwan S.A., Le Pecq, France
Hall Ternes - Level 1
EuMC Poster03-12
A Design of Circular Patch
Array Absorber Based on
Patch Antenna Theory
H. Yoshiizumi1, R. Suga1, K. Araki2, O.
Hashimoto1, 1Aoyama Gakuin University,
Kanagawa, Japan, 2Tokyo Institute of
Technology, Tokyo, Japan
EuMC Poster03-13
Electronically Tunable
Coaxial Right / Left
Handed Transmission
Line for Carbon Fibre
Reinforced Polymer
Waveguides
K. J. Nicholson1, J. Clough2, K. Ghorbani2,
1
Defence Science and Technology
Organisation, Melbourne, Australia, 2RMIT
University, Melbourne, Australia
EuMC Poster03-14
Tunability of CRLH
Metamaterial Components
using Magnetic Sol-Gel
B. Mahamout-mahamat1,2, B. Sauviac1,
1
Université de Lyon, Saint-Etienne, France,
2
Institut d’Abéché, Abéché, Chad
EuMC Poster03-15
Tunable Jerusalem Cross
Frequency Selective
Surface Based On
Graphene
V. Verri, A. Radwan, G. Gentili, M. D’Amico,
Politecnico di Milano, Milano, Italy
EuMC Poster03-16
Waveguide Photonic
Choke Joint with Wide
Out-of-band Rejection
K. U-yen, E. J. Wollack, NASA Goddard Space
Flight Center, Greenbelt, United States
EuMC Poster03-11
An L-Band SiGe HBT
Active Vector Modulator
Using Lookup Tables of
the Control Voltage for
High Stability and Small
Amplitude/Phase Errors
Y. Itoh, N. Mizuo, A. Ohta, Shonan Institute
of Technology, Fujisawa, Japan
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C. Chen, Y. Su, National Taiwan Ocean
University, Keelung, Taiwan
Hall Ternes - Level 1
WEDNESDAY
241
EuMC32
Linear and Nonlinear
Modelling Techniques
Chair: Anthony Ghiotto, University of
Bordeaux
Co-Chair: Alessandro Galli, La Sapienza
Università di Roma
13:50h - 14:10h
EuMC32-01
A Hybrid FEBI-MoMPO Formulation for the
Analysis of Radiation and
Scattering Problems
K. Zhao, L. Petersson, ANSYS, Inc.,
Canonsburg, United States
14:10h - 14:30h
EuMC32-02
Fast Near-Field Antenna
Measurement Technique
P. J. Chiu, D. C. Tsai, Z. M. Tsai, National
Chung Cheng University, Chiayi, Taiwan
14:30h - 14:50h
EuMC32-03
Comparison of Hybrid and
Fully Implicit Time Domain
Finite Element Solvers for
Transient Electromagnetic
Simulation
242A
EuMC33
Integrated Antenna
Technologies
Chair: Jozef Modelski, Warsaw University of
Technology
Co-Chair: Manos Tentzeris, Georgia Institute
of Technology
EuMC33-01
A Fully Printed Multilayer
Aperture-Coupled Patch
Antenna Using Hybrid
3D / Inkjet Additive
Manufacturing Technique
K. Nate, J. Hester, M. Isakov, R. Bahr, M.
Tentzeris, Georgia Institute of Technology,
Atlanta, United States
EuMC33-02
X Band Tunable Slot
Antenna With Graphene
Patch
A. Bunea1, D. Neculoiu1, M. Dragoman1,
G. Konstantinidis2, G. Deligeorgis2, 1IMT
Bucharest, Bucharest, Romania, 2FORTH
Heraklion, Heraklion, Greece
EuMC33-03
A V-Band End-Fire YagiUda Antenna on an UltraThin Glass Packaging
Technology
14:50h - 15:10h
15:10h - 15:30h
H. Chao, B. Anderson, S. Dosopoulos, L.
Petersson, D. Sun, ANSYS Inc., Canonsburg,
United States
W. Khan, S. Sitaraman, A. L. Vera, M. R.
Pulugurtha, V. Sundaram, R. Tummala,
J. Papapolymerou, Georgia Instittue of
Technology, Atlanta, United States
EuMC32-04
Simulation of PIM
Generated on the Mesh
Reflector
EuMC33-04
Optically Transparent
Frequency Agile Antenna
for X Band Applications
H. Bai, W. Z. Cui, Xi’an Institute of space
radio Technology, Xi’an, China
A. Martin1, M. Himdi1, X. Castel2, O.
Lafond1, 1Institut d’Electronique et de
Télécommunications de Rennes (IETR),
Rennes, France, 2Institut d’Electronique et
de Télécommunications de Rennes (IETR),
Saint-Brieuc, France
EuMC32-05
Lowering the Threshold
for Bistability
EuMC33-05
A 3-Bit RF-MEMS Aperture
Tunable PIFA Antenna
A. Y. Nimets, D. M. Vavriv, Institute of Radio
Astronomy of NAS of Ukraine, Kharkov,
Ukraine
G. Chaabane, C. Guines, M. Chatras,
V. Madrangeas, P. Blondy, University of
Limoges, France
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EuMC34
Non-linear
Measurements and
Models
Chair: Patrice Gamand, NXP
Co-Chair: Fabio Filicori, Univ. of Bologna
EuMC34-01
Nonlinearity Measurement
and Analysis of 0.25 um
GaN HEMT Over Frequency
and Temperature using
Two-Tone Intermodulation
Distortion
M. A. Alim1, A. A. Rezazadeh1, M. M. Ali1, P.
B. Kyabaggu1, N. Haris1, C. Gaquiere2, 1The
University of Manchester, Manchester, United
Kingdom, 2The University of Lille, Lille, France
EuMC34-02
Improving upon Pulseto-Pulse Stability in
GaN RADAR Amplifiers
Compromised by the
Presence of GaN Trapping
Effects.
D. M. McCann, C. Zhu, MACOM Technology
Solutions, Long Beach, United States
EuMC34-03
Adaptive Sampling
Method for Experiments
with Fixed-Grid Variables
in Measurements of
Nonlinear Active Devices
P. Barmuta1,2, F. Ferranti3, A. Lewandowski2,
D. Schreurs1, 1KU Leuven, Leuven, Belgium,
2
Warsaw University of Technology, Warsaw,
Poland, 3Vrije Universiteit Brussel, Brussels,
Belgium
251
EuMC35
Focus Session on
Advance in Scanning
Probe Microwave and
mm-wave Microscopy
Chair: Marco Farina, Universita Politechnica
dell Marche
Co-Chair: Alexander Tselev, Oak Ridge
National Laboratory
EuMC35-01
Nanoscale Scanning
Microwave Impedance
Microscopy on Advanced
Functional Materials
Y. Ren, D. Wu, X. Wu, Y. Liu, K. Lai, University
of Texas at Austin, Austin, United States
EuMC35-02
Transmission and Reflection
Mode Scanning Microwave
Microscopy (SMM):
Experiments, Calibration
and Simulations
P. F. Medina1, A. Lucibello2, G. Gramse3, E. Brinciotti1, M. Kasper1, A.
Oladipo7, R. Feger6, A. Stelzer6, H. Tanbakuchi5, R. Stancliff5, E. Proietti2,
R. Marcelli2, F. Kienberger1, 1Keysight Technologies Austria GmbH, Linz,
Austria, 2CNR, Rome, Italy, 3JKU, Linz, Austria, 4BNC, London, United
Kingdom, 5Keysight Technologies, Santa Rosa, United States, 6JKU, Linz,
Austria, 7University College London, London, United Kingdom
EuMC35-03
Sub-10 nm-Scale Capacitors
and Tunnel Junctions
Measurements by SMM
Coupled to RF Interferometry
F. Wang1, T. Dargent1, D. Ducatteau1, G. Dambrine1, K.
Haddadi1, N. Clement1, D. Theron1, B. Legrand2, 1Institut
d’Electronique, de Microélectronique et de Nanotechnologie,
CNRS UMR 8520 / University of Lille 1, Villeneuve d’Ascq,
France, 2Laboratoire d’Analyse et d’Architecture des Systèmes
(LAAS), CNRS, University of Toulouse, Toulouse, France
EuMC34-04
Early Demonstration of
a High VSWR Microwave
Coaxial Programmable
Impedance Tuner with
Coaxial Slugs
EuMC35-04
Probing Nanoscale
Objects in Liquids
through Membranes with
Near-Field Microwave
Microscopy
A. Curutchet1,2, A. Ghiotto1, M. Potéreau1,
M. De Matos1, S. Fregonese1, E. Kerhervé1, T.
Zimmer1, 1Univ. Bordeaux, Talence, France,
2
Advtech, Mérignac, France
A. Tselev1, A. Kolmakov2, 1Oak Ridge
National Laboratory, Oak Ridge, United
States, 2National Institute of Standards and
Technology, Gaithersburg, United States
EuMC34-05
DIDO Behavioral Model
Extraction Setup Using
Uncorrelated Envelope
Signals
EuMC35-05
Imaging of Biological
Structures by Near-Field
Microwave Microscopy
H. Zargar1, A. Banai1, J. C. Pedro2, 1Sharif
University of Technology, Tehran, Iran,
2
Aveiro University, Aveiro, Portugal
M. Farina1, A. Di Donato1, D. Mencarelli1,
G. Venanzoni1, A. Morini1, T. Pietrangelo2,
1
Università Politecnica delle Marche,
Ancona, Italy, 2Università “G. D’Annunzio”,
Chieti, Italy
WEDNESDAY
243
252A
252B
253
EuRAD02
Advanced Synthetic
Aperture Radar
Processing
EuMC36
Waveguide Filter
Structures
EuMC37
Temperature Sensing
and Modelling
EuMC38
Special Session on
APMC
EuRAD02-01
Highly Integrated DualBand Digital Beamforming
Synthetic Aperture Radar
EuMC36-01
K-band MEMS-Based
Frequency Adjustable
Waveguide Filter for
Mobile Back-Hauling
EuMC37-01
A Novel Compact Microwave
Radiometric Sensor to
Noninvasively Track Deep
Tissue Thermal Profiles
EuMC38-01
Microwave and
Millimeter-Wave
Photonics
Chair: Fabio Rocca, Politecnico di Milano
Co-Chair: Eric Pottier, University of Rennes 1
S. Gelli1,2, A. Bacci1,2, M. Martorella1,2, F.
Berizzi1,2, 1University of Pisa, Pisa, Italy, 2
CNIT Radar and Surveillance System (RaSS)
National Laboratory, Pisa, Italy
R. Vehmas1, J. Jylhä2, M. Väilä2, J. Kylmälä1,
1
Finnish Defence Research Agency, Lakiala,
Finland, 2Tampere University of Technology,
Tampere, Finland
K. Frigui1, S. Bila1, D. Baillargeat1, A. Catherinot2, S. Verdeyme1,
J. Puech3, E. Laetitia3, D. Pacaud4, H. Dillenbourg4, 1XLIM, UMR
7252 University of Limoges/CNRS, Limoges, France, 2SPCTS,
UMR 7315 University of Limoges/CNRS, Limoges, France,
3
Centre National d’Etudes Spatiales CNES, Toulouse, France,
4
Thales Alenia Space, Toulouse, France
EuMC36-05
Design of “Masthead”
Combiners
G. Macchiarella1, S. Tamiazzo2, 1Politecnico
di Milano, Milano, Italy, 2Commscope Italy,
Agrate Brianza, Italy
EuMC37-04
Electromagnetic
Techniques to Minimize
the Risk of Hazardous
Local Heating around
Medical Implant Electrodes
During MRI Scanning
S. McCabe1, J. Scott1, S. Butler2, 1The
University of Waikato, Hamilton, New
Zealand, 2Midland MRI, Hamilton, New
Zealand
EuMC37-05
Wearable, Wireless Sensor
Platform for Occupational
Radiation Dosimetry
Applications
S. Scott1, N. Raghunathan1, C. Mousoulis1, D.
Peroulis1, D. J. Valentino2, H. Rajabather2, J.
Thistlethwaite2, T. McNamee2, P. A. Walerow2,
M. R. Salasky2, 1Purdue University, West
Lafayette, United States, 2Landauer, Inc.,
Glenwood, United States
15:10h - 15:30h
EuRAD02-05
A Computationally
Feasible Optimization
Approach to Inverse SAR
Translational Motion
Compensation
EuMC36-04
Experimental and Numerical
Study of Microwave
Breakdown in a TwoChannel Output Multiplexer
C. Leduc, M. Zhadobov, R. Sauleau, Institute
of Electronics and Telecommunications of
Rennes (IETR), Rennes, France
EuMC38-03
Microwave Power
Amplifiers and CMOS
Power Circuits and
Systems
Bumman Kim, Pohang
University of Science and
Technology, Korea
14:50h - 15:10h
EuRAD02-04
Space-Doppler
Processing with Adaptive
Compensation for
Bistatic Multichannel
ISAR Imaging of NonCooperative Targets
J. P. Perez Escudero1, D. Martinez Martinez1,
A. Pons Abenza1, J. Lorente Acosta1, A.
Alvarez Melcon1, M. Guglielmi2, 1Universidad
Politecnica Cartagena, Cartagena, Spain,
2
Technical University of Valencia, Valencia,
Spain
EuMC37-03
Thermal Model of SkinEquivalent Phantoms at
60 GHz
Naoki Shinohara, Kyoto University,
Japan
14:50h - 15:20h
2
P. Momenroodaki1, Z. Popovic’1, R. Scheeler2,
1
University of Colorado at Boulder, Boulder,
United States, 2First RF Corporation, Boulder,
United States
EuMC38-02
Wireless and
Microwave Power
Transmission and
Harvesting
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I. C. Hunter, S. Afridi, M. Y. Sandhu, University
of Leeds, Leeds, United Kingdom
Kun Xu, Beijing University of
Posts and Telecommunications,
China
14:20h - 14:50h
1,3
EuMC37-02
A 1.4-GHz Radiometer for
Internal Body Temperature
Measurements
EuMC36-03
Enhancing the Spurious
Free Range in Inductive
Rectangular Waveguide
Filters
A. Bacci , M. Martorella , D. A. Gray ,
F. Berizzi1,3, 1University of Pisa, Pisa, Italy,
2
University of Adelaide, Adelaide, Australia,
3
CNIT Radar and Surveillance System (RaSS)
National Laboratory, Pisa, Italy
1,2,3
EuMC36-02
Integrated Ceramic
Waveguide Filters With
Improved Spurious
Performance
14:30h - 14:50h
EuRAD02-03
Clutter Suppression
and Imaging of NonCooperative Moving
Targets via Virtual
Multichannel SAR
P. F. Maccarini1, P. R. Stauffer2,1, D. B. Rodrigues2,1, T. R. Oliveira5,1,
S. Salahi6,1, A. Shah1, S. Y. Palani1, D. V. Pearce1, M. Vardhan1, D.
Reudink4,1, B. Snow3,4, 1Duke University, Durham, United States,
2
Thomas Jefferson University, Philadelphia, United States,
3
University of Utah, Salt Lake City, United States, 4ThermImage,
Inc., Salt Lake City, United States, 5University of São Paulo, São
Paulo, Brazil, 6ANSYS, Inc., Irvine, United States
13:50h - 14:20h
K. K. Sainath1, F. L. Teixeira1, S. Hensley2,
1
Ohio State University ElectroScience
Laboratory, Columbus, United States, 2NASA
Jet Propulsion Laboratory, Pasadena, United
States
L. Pelliccia1, P. Farinelli1, R. Sorrentino2,
G. Cannone3, G. Favre3, P. Coassini3, 1RF
Microtech Srl, Perugia, Italy, 2University of
Perugia, Perugia, Italy, 3SIAE Microelettronica
Spa, Cologno Monzese, Milano, Italy
Chair: Roberto Sorrentino, University
of Perugia
Co-Chair: Denis Barataud, University
of Limoges
14:10h - 14:30h
EuRAD02-02
vv InSAR Decorrelation
from Layered Media
Chair: Bart Nauwelaers, KU Leuven
Co-Chair: Andrew Gibson, University of
Manchester
13:50h - 14:10h
A. Patyuchenko1, M. Younis1, G. Krieger1, Z. Wang2, S. Gao2, F. Qin2,
C. Mao2, S. Glisic3, W. Debski3, L. Boccia4, G. Amendola4, E. Arnieri4,
M. Krstic5, E. Celton6, P. Penkala7, 1German Aerospace Center (DLR),
Wessling, Germany, 2University of Kent, Canterbury, United Kingdom,
3
Silicon Radar GmbH, Frankfurt (Oder), Germany, 4Università della
Calabria, Arcavacada di Rende Cosenza, Italy, 5IHP, Frankfurt (Oder),
Germany, 6ISIS - Innovative Solutions In Space BV, Delft, Netherlands,
7
Evatronix S.A. Bielsko-Bia_a, Bielsko-Bia_a, Poland
Chair: Richard V. Snyder, RS Microwave
Co-Chair: Stephane Bila, University of
Limoges
WEDNESDAY
242A
EuMC39
Digital Beamforming
and MIMO Antennas
Chair: Alex Yarovoy, Delft University of
Technology
Co-Chair: Marco Pasian, University of Pavia
16:10h - 16:30h
EuMC39-01
Microwave Phased Array
Digital Beamforming
System Design Challenges
for SKA
G. A. Hampson, P. P. Roberts, M. Leach,
A. J. Brown, T. Bateman, S. Neuhold, R.
J. Beresford, W. Cheng, J. Tuthill, J. D.
Bunton, R. G. Gough, M. A. Bowen, J.
Kanapathippillai, CSIRO, Marsfield, Australia
242B
252A
EuMC40
Microwave
Measurement
Methods and Material
Characterization
EuMC41
SIW Filters and Related
Structures
EuMC42
Hyperthermia
Applications
EuMC40-01
Comparison of Methods
for Measurement of
Equivalent Source Match
EuMC41-01
Quasi-Elliptic SIW BandPass Filter Based on
Mushroom-Shaped
Resonators
EuMC42-01
Development of a
27.12 MHz CC-LCF
Intraluminal Applicator
for Hyperthermia of the
Esophagus
Chair: Nickolay Cherpak, IRE NAS of Ukraine
Co-Chair: Luca Perregrini, Univ of Pavia
J. P. Hoffmann, M. Wollensack, J. Ruefenacht,
M. Zeier, Federal Institute of Metrology
METAS, Bern-Wabern, Switzerland
Chair: Ke Wu, Polytechnique de Montreal
Co-Chair: Ferran Martin, Universitat
Autonoma de Barcelona
C. Tomassoni1, L. Silvestri2, M. Bozzi2, L.
Perregrini2, 1University of Perugia, Perugia,
Italy, 2University of Pavia, Pavia, Italy
16:30h - 16:50h
16:50h - 17:10h
17:10h - 17:30h
17:30h - 17:50h
EuMC39-02
Asymmetrical Coplanar
Waveguide Zeroth-Order
Resonant Antenna with
Extended Bandwidth
EuMC40-02
Optimized Method for
Achieving Accurate
Signals for “True-Mode”
S-Parameter Measurements
EuMC41-02
Substrate Integrated
Waveguide Diplexer
with Dual-Mode Junction
Cavity
Y. He, F. Tan, C. Liu, Sichuan University,
Chengdu, China
M. Schramm1, M. Hrobak2, J. Schür3, L. Schmidt3,
M. Konrad1, 1Konrad Technologies, Radolfzell,
Germany, 2Ferdinand-Braun-Institut (FBH),
Leibniz-Institut fuer Hoechstfrequenztechnik,
Berlin, Germany, 3University ErlangenNuremberg, Erlangen, Germany
Z. Kordiboroujeni, J. Bornemann, University
of Victoria, Victoria, Canada
EuMC39-03
Dual Polarized Circular
Array Antenna for PCL
System and Possibility of
Digital Beamforming of an
Antenna Pattern
EuMC40-03
Q-factor Change of Cavity
by Sample Installation in
Resonance Perturbation
Method
EuMC41-03
Design of a Surface
Mounted Waveguide Filter
in Substrate Integrated
Waveguide Technology
T. Miura1, K. Tahara2, J. Sugiyama3, M.
Horibe3, 1The Mueller Consultant, Suginami,
Japan, 2Kanto Electronics Application
and Development Inc., Kunitachi, Japan,
3
National Institute of Advanced Industrial
Science and Technology, Tsukuba, Japan
J. Schorer1, J. Bornemann1, U. Rosenberg2,
1
University of Victoria, Victoria, Canada,
2
Mician Global Engineering GbR, Bremen,
Germany
EuMC39-04
Mutual Coupling
Compensation of a DBF
Receiver Array
EuMC40-04
RF Characterization of 3D
Printed Flexible Materials NinjaFlex Filaments
N. M. Pham, A. F. Jacob, Hamburg University
of Technology, Hamburg, Germany
R. A. Bahr1, T. Le1, S. Moscato2, M. Pasian2,
M. Bozzi2, L. Perregrini2, M. M. Tentzeris1,
1
Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta,
United States, 2University of Pavia, Pavia,
Italy
EuMC41-04
Low-Loss Air-Filled
Substrate Integrated
Waveguide (SIW) BandPass Filter with Inductive
Posts
EuMC39-05
_/16 Spaced Single RF
Chain MIMO Antenna
Using Low-Power CMOS
Switches
EuMC40-05
Experimental Study on
the Relationship between
Specific Absorption Rate
and RF Conducted Power
for LTE Wireless Devices
P. Piasecki, M. Gasztold, Pit-Radwar S. A.,
Warsaw, Poland
Y. Cho, J. Lee, Y. Lee, G. Jo, J. Oh, B. Park,
Electronics and Telecommunications
Research Institute (ETRI), Daejeon, Republic
of Korea
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B. Derat, ART-Fi SAS, Orsay, France
F. Parment1, A. Ghiotto2, T. Vuong1, J.
Duchamp1, K. Wu3, 1University of GrenobleAlpes, Grenoble, France, 2University of
Bordeaux, Bordeaux, France, 3Poly-Grames
Research Center, Montreal, Canada
EuMC41-05
Compact Dual Band Filter
with SIW Technology for a
L Band RF Receiver
A. Périgaud1, J. Sence1, F. Fezai1, S. Bila1,
T. Monédière1, B. Jarry1, P. Pouliguen2, P.
Potier2, 1XLIM UMR 7252 University of
Limoges/CNRS, Limoges, France, 2DGA/DS
- Mission pour la Recherche et l’Innovation
Scientifique, Bagneux, France
Chair: Jan Vrba, Czech Technical University
Co-Chair: Dominique Schreurs, KU Leuven
J. Crezee, H. J. Harms, H. J. Boluijt, J.
Sijbrands, M. C. Hulshof, H. P. Kok, Academic
Medical Center, Amsterdam, Netherlands
EuMC42-02
Modular Planar Antenna
Array for Breast
Hyperthermia Treatement
O. Fiser, I. Merunka, J. Vrba, Czech Technical
University in Prague, Prague, Czech Republic
EuMC42-03
SAR Distribution
Evaluation Method for
Hyperthermia
I. Merunka, O. Fiser, J. Vrba, Czech Technical
University in Prague, Prague, Czech Republic
EuMC42-04
A Mixed Frequency
Approach to Optimize
Locoregional RF
Hyperthermia
H. P. Kok, G. van Stam, A. Bel, J. Crezee,
Academic Medical Center, Amsterdam,
Netherlands
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EuRAD03
Focus Session on 3D
SAR Imaging of Complex
Environments
EuMC/EuRAD04
Feeds, Wideband and
Multi Band Antennas
EuMC/EuRAD05
Printed Antennas
EuRAD03-01
Tomographic Profiling of
the Structure of a Snow
Pack at X-/Ku-Band using
SnowScat in SAR Mode
EuMC/EuRAD04-01
The Yagi-Helix: a MultiDirector Configuration
for the Backfire-Helix
Antenna
EuMC/EuRAD05-01
An Active ThreeDimensional GPS Patch
Antenna Using MIDTechnology
O. Frey1,2, C. Werner1, A. Wiesmann1,
1
Gamma Remote Sensing, Gümligen,
Switzerland, 2ETH Zurich, Zurich, Switzerland
C. Culotta-López, K. Schraml, R. Wilke, D.
Heberling, RWTH Aachen, Aachen, Germany
A. Friedrich1, L. Berkelmann1, T. Martinelli1,
B. Geck1, O. Klemp2, I. Kriebitzsch2, 1Leibniz
Universität Hannover, Hannover, Germany,
2
BMW Group, München, Germany
EuRAD03-02
Sparse Reconstruction
Automaton for Synthetic
Aperture Radar
Tomography
EuMC/EuRAD04-02
Dual Polarized Monopulse
Tracking Feed for Prime
Focal Reflector Antenna
at S-band using Crossed
Dipoles
EuMC/EuRAD05-02
Orbital Angular
Momentum Mode
Multiplexing with
Half-Mode Substrate
Integrated Waveguide
Antenna
Chair: Stefano Tebaldini, Politecnico Di
Milano
Co-Chair: Xiao Xiang Zhu, Technical
university Munich
S. Tebaldini1, F. Rocca1, A. Meta2, A.
Coccia2, 1Politecnico di Milano, Milan, Italy,
2
MetaSensing, Leiden, Netherlands
J. Fouany1, M. Thevenot1, E. Arnaud1, T.
Monediere1, N. Adnet2, R. Manrique2, L.
Duchesne2, J. Baracco2, K. Elis3, 1Xlim,
University of Limoges, France, 2Satimo,
Villebon, France, 3Cnes, Toulouse, France
EuMC/EuRAD04-04
New Traveling-Wave
Resonating Antenna
based on Metamaterial for
Wireless Communications
EuMC/EuRAD05-04
Multiband Printed
Antenna Composed of
an Array of Split Ring
Resonators
M. Naser-Moghadasi1, M. AlibakhshiKenari2, 1Science and Research Branch,
Islamic Azad University, Tehran-Iran, Tehran,
Iran, 2Shahid Bahonar University of Kerman,
Iran, Kerman, Iran
A. Munir1, J. Soba2,1Institut Teknologi
Bandung, Bandung, Indonesia, 2Agency for
Assessment of Climate Policy and Industrial
Quality, Bandung, Indonesia
EuMC/EuRAD04-05
Efficient Tapered Dielectric
Image Line Antenna in
Planar Environment
EuMC/EuRAD05-05
Dual Orthogonal CPW
Feed Single Element UWB
Antenna with Polarization
Diversity
C. S. Prasad, A. Biswas, Indian Institute of
Technology Kanpur, Kanpur, India
G. S. Reddy, K. Chhabilwad, S. Kharche, P.
Patel, J. Mukherjee, IIT Bombay, Mumbai,
India
17:30h - 17:50h
EuRAD03-05
3D Imaging of an Alpine
Glacier: Signal Processing
of Data from the
AlptomoSAR Dampaign
M. A. Belen, A. Caliskan, P. Mahouti, S.
Demirel, F. Günes, Yıldız Technical University,
Istanbul, Turkey
WEDNESDAY
B. Rekioua1,2, M. Davy2, L. Ferro-Famil2,
1
Ecole Militaire Polytechnique de Bordj El
Bahri, Bordj El Bahri, Algeria, 2IETR UMRCNRS 6164 Université de Rennes 1, Rennes,
France
EuMC/EuRAD05-03
Circurlaly Polarized Isoflux
Compact X Band Antenna
for Nano-Satellites
Applications
17:10h - 17:30h
EuRAD03-04
Snowpack
Characterization using
SAR Tomography AlpSAr
Campaign Experimental
Results
EuMC/EuRAD04-03
Design of a Multiband
Microstrip Patch Antenna
with Defected Ground
Structures (DGS)
16:50h - 17:10h
A. Reigber, M. Nannini, A. Martinez del
Hoyo, G. Martin del Campo Becerra, German
Aerospace Center (DLR), Oberpfaffenhofen,
Germany
Y. Chen, S. Zheng, H. Chi, X. Jin, X. Zhang,
Zhejiang University, Hangzhou, China
16:30h - 16:50h
EuRAD03-03
A Comparative Study of
Tomographic SAR Focusing
Methods
V. K. Panasa1, R. Chivukula1, S. Kumaran1, S.
B. Sharma2, 1Larsen and Toubro Ltd, Mumbai,
India, 2Indus University, Ahmedabad, India
Chair: Raphaël Gillard, INSA Rennes
Co-Chair: Milan Polivka, Czech Technical
University in Prague
16:10h - 16:30h
N. Ge1, X. Zhu1,2, 1German Aerospace Center
(DLR), Wessling, Germany, 2Technische
Universität München, Munich, Germany
Chair: Alexandru Takacs, University of
Toulouse
Co-Chair: Jean-Yves Dauvignac, University
of Nice
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241
EuMC43
Advanced Packaging
and Interconnects
242A
243
252A
EuMC44
Wide-band, Multi-band
and Multi-Mode Planar
Filters
EuMC45
Biosensors
EuMC46
THz Components
EuMC44-01
Balanced Filter Using Dualmode Ring Resonators
EuMC45-01
Dual-Purpose Microwaves
Application: Blood Sensing
and Self-Blood Treatment
EuMC46-01
1.9-3.2 THz Schottky Based
Harmonic Mixer Design
and Characterization
K. A. Arkhypova1,2, A. V. Nosatov3, P. S. Krasov1, A. I. Fisun1,
M. Nurushev4, V. O. Malakhov2, 1O.Y. Usikov Institute for
Radio-Physics and Electronics NASU, Kharkiv, Ukraine,
2
Kharkiv Medical Academy of Post-Graduate Education
(KhMAPE), Kharkiv, Ukraine, 3Kharkiv City Clinical
Hospital No 7, Kharkiv, Ukraine, 4L.N. Gumilyov Eurasian
National University, Astana, Kazakhstan
B. T. Bulcha1,2, J. L. Hesler1, V. Drakinskiy3,
J. Stak3, N. S. Barker2, 1Virginia Diodes, Inc,
Charlottesville, United States, 2University
Of Virginia, Charlottesville, United States,
3
Chalmers University of Technology,
Göteborg, Sweden
EuMC44-02
Dual-Wideband BPF
Consisting of a ParallelCoupled SIR and OpenEnded Stubs with
Transmission Zeros
EuMC45-02
K-band BiCMOS Based
Near-Field Biomedical
Dielectric Sensor for
Detection of Fat and
Calcium in Blood
EuMC46-02
An Efficient 290 GHz
Harmonic Oscillator in
Transferred-Substrate InPDHBT Technology
C. Chen1, N. Kato1, T. Anada1, S. Takeda2,
Z. Ma3, 1Kanagawa University, Yokohama,
Japan, 2Antenna Giken Co.,Ltd, Saitama,
Japan, 3Saitama University, Saitama, Japan
F. Jamal, S. Guha, M. Eissa, S. Vehring,
C. Meliani, IHP - Innovations for High
Performance Microelectronics, Frankfurt
(Oder), Germany
EuMC43-03
An Advanced Transmit/
Receive 3D ceramic Hybrid
Circuit Module for Space
Applications
EuMC44-03
Design of a Triband
Lumped Element Filter for
Digital Microwave Power
Amplifiers
EuMC45-03
Conformal mm-Wave
Antennas for Catheter
embedded Atherosclerotic
Plaque Sensors
A. Fina1, U. Di Marcantonio1, A. Suriani1,
A. Orlandi2, P. Tognolatti2, G. Mannocchi1,
1
Thales Alenia Space Italia, L’Aquila, Italy,
2
Università degli Studi di L’Aquila, L’Aquila,
Italy
M. Martinez Mendoza1, A. Wentzel1, A.
Alvarez Melcon2, W. Heinrich1, 1Ferdinand
Braun Institut (FBH), Berlin, Germany,
2
Universidad Politecnica Cartagena,
Cartagena, Spain
G. Notzon1, C. Baer1, T. Musch1, C. Dahl2,
I. Rolfes2, 1Institute of Electronic Circuits,
Ruhr-University Bochum, Bochum, Germany,
2
Institute of Microwave Systems, RuhrUniversity Bochum, Bochum, Germany
EuMC43-04
A 5.4W X-Band
Gallium Nitride (GaN)
Power Amplifier in an
Encapsulated Organic
Package
EuMC44-04
Design of High-Selectivity
Microstrip Bandpass Filter
Using Triple-Mode Stub
Loaded Resonator
EuMC45-04
Parametric Study of
a Microwave Sensor
Dedicated to the Dielectric
Spectroscopy of Single
Particles and Biological
Cells
Chair: Jean-Francois Villemazet, Thales
Alenia Space
Co-Chair: Wolfgang Heinrich, FerdinandBraun-Institut (FBH)
08:30h - 08:50h
EuMC43-01
Grooved Laminated
Waveguide Devices for
U-, V-, W- and D-band
Applications
C. Kärnfelt, P. Coant, M. Sinou, J. Coupez,
D. Bourreau, A. Péden, Télécom Bretagne/
Institut Mines Télécom, Lab-Sticc UMR
6285, Brest, France
08:50h - 09:10h
EuMC43-02
Wideband RF
Interconnects for Organic
Chip Packages
F. X. Röhrl1, W. Bogner1, J. Jakob1, D.
Hageneder2, 1THD Technische Hochschule
Deggendorf, Deggendorf, Germany, 2Rohde
und Schwarz GmBH & Co., Teisnach,
Germany
09:10h - 09:30h
09:30h - 09:50h
S. Pavlidis, A. C. Ulusoy, J. Papapolymerou,
Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta,
United States
09:50h - 10:10h
EuMC43-05
Plastic Packaged E-mode
Transistors to 50 GHz with
Integrated ESD Protection
and Bias Control
H. Morkner, A. Riddle, MACOM Technology
Solutions, Lowell, United States
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Chair: Katia Grenier, LAAS-CNRS Toulouse
Co-Chair: R. Jacoby, TU Darmstadt
Chair: Giuseppe Macchiarella, Politecnico
di Milano
Co-Chair: Roberto Gómez, Universidad
Alcala de Henares
W. Feng1, W. Che1, Q. Xue2, 1Nanjing
University of Science & Technology, Nanjing,
China, 2 City University of Hong Kong,
Hongkong, China
A. K. Gorur1,2, M. Emur2, C. Karpuz2, A.
Ozek2, 1Nevsehir Haci Bektas Veli University,
Nevsehir, Turkey, 2Pamukkale University,
Denizli, Turkey
EuMC44-05
Modified Split-Ring
Resonator for Microstrip
Dual-Band Notch Filter
J. Hinojosa1, F. Martínez-Viviente1, J.
Ruiz1, A. Alvarez-Melcon1,2, 1Unversidad
Politécnica de Cartagena, Cartagena, Spain,
2
Unversidad Politécnica de Cartagena,
Cartagena, Spain
W. Chen, D. Dubuc, K. Grenier, LAAS-CNRS
and Toulouse Univ., Toulouse, France
EuMC45-05
Parallelization of
Dielectric Measurements
at Microwaves for
Microfluidic Biosensor
Arrays
M. Schüßler1, M. Puentes1, R. Jakoby1,
D. Dubuc2, K. Grenier2, 1TU Darmstadt,
Darmstadt, Germany, 2LAAS CNRS, Toulouse,
France
Chair: Jan Stake, Chalmers University of
Technology
Co-Chair: Viktor Krozer, Goethe-Universität
Frankfurt
M. Hossain, K. Nosaeva, B. Janke, N.
Weimann, O. Krüger, V. Krozer, W. Heinrich,
Ferdinand-Braun-Institut, Berlin, Germany
EuMC46-03
A Dual-Output 550 GHz
Frequency Tripler featuring
Ultra-Compact Silicon
Micromachining Packaging
and Enhanced PowerHandling Capabilities
J. V. Siles, C. D. Jung-Kubiak, T. Reck, C. Lee,
R. H. Lin, G. Chattopadhyay, I. Mehdi, NASA
Jet Propulsion Laboratory, Pasadena, United
States
EuMC46-04
High Power LO Signals
Generation for THz MultiPixel Array Receiver
X. Chen1, W. Cui1, X. Li1, T. Hu1, Z. Zhu1, Z.
Chen2, J. Ge2, 1Xi’an Institute of Space Radio
Technology, Xi’an, China, 2Nanjing University
of Information Science & Technology,
Nanjing, China
EuMC46-05
A Robust Waveguide
Millimeter-Wave Noise
Source
N. Ehsan1, J. Piepmeier1, M. Solly1, S.
Macmurphy2, J. Lucey1, E. Wollack1, 1NASA
Goddard Space Flight Center, Greenbelt,
United States, 2AS and D, Inc., Greenbelt,
United States
THURSDAY
242B
212+213
Maillot
253
EuRAD04
Innovative Doppler
Radar Processing
EuRAD05
Propagation and
scattering
EuMC/EuRAD06
Array Antennas - Design
& Concepts
EuMC/EuRAD07
Antenna Arrays for
Different Applications
EuRAD04-01
Radar Detection for NonStationary Doppler Signal
in one Burst Based on
Information Geometry
EuRAD05-01
Measuring Refractivity
Profiles in the Marine
Environment using
Radiosondes Launched
with a Pneumatic Line
Thrower
EuMC/EuRAD06-01
An Implemented NonFocal Rotman Lens
EuMC/EuRAD07-01
An Agile Electronically
Scanned EBG Matrix
Antenna For Monitoring
Target Activity
Chair: Barbaresco Frederic, Thales Air
Systems
Co-Chair: Alfonso Farina, Selex ES
M. Rajabalian, B. Zakeri, Babol University of
Technology, Babol, Iran
M. Meltzer1, P. Oestenstad1, A. Hesby2, G.
Nonsvik1, B. Sagsveen1, 1Norwegian Defence
Research Establishment, Kjeller, Norway,
2
Royal Norwegian Navy, Bergen, Norway
E. Barcaroli1, A. Lupidi1, F. Cuccoli1, L.
Baldini2, L. Facheris3, 1RaSS-CNIT, Florence,
Italy, 2CNR, Rome, Italy, 3University of
Florence, Florence, Italy
A. Honda, T. Shimura, Y. Ohashi, Fujitsu
Laboratories Ltd., Kawasaki-Shi, Japan
EuRAD04-03
Robust Burg Estimation of
Radar Scatter Matrix for
Constrained Stationary
SIRV
EuRAD05-03
Quantitative Analysis of
Incoherent Polarimetric
Decomposition Techniques
for Weather Radar Data
A. Decurninge, F. Barbaresco, Thales Air
Systems, Limours, France
A. Lupidi, S. Lischi, F. Cuccoli, CNIT, Pisa, Italy
EuMC/EuRAD06-03
Analysis and Design of
a Slotted Waveguide
Antenna Array using
Hollow Substrate
Integrated Waveguide
EuRAD04-04
Single MLP-CFAR for a
Radar Doppler Processor
Based on the ML Criterion.
Validation on Real Data.
EuRAD05-04
Three-Component
Decomposition Based on
Stokes Vector for Compact
Polarimetric SAR under
the CTLR Mode
N. del-Rey-Maestre, D. Mata-Moya, P.
Jarabo-Amores, P. Gomez-del-Hoyo, J.
Martin-de-Nicolas, University of Alcala,
Alcala de Henares, Spain
C. Enderli, M. Montecot, T. Sfez, M. Schaub,
Thales Systemes Aeroportes, Elancourt,
France
EuMC/EuRAD07-03
Wideband Antenna Array
for Real-Time Data and
Video Transmission
J. Floc’h, B. El Jaafari, A. El Sayed Ahmed,
Institut National des Sciences Appliquées de
Rennes, Rennes, France
EuMC/EuRAD06-04
Design of a Scalable
Phased Array Antenna
with Simplified
Architecture
EuMC/EuRAD07-04
Multi-beam Tapered Slot
Antenna Array Using
Substrate Integrated
Waveguide Rotman Lens
F. Akbar, A. Mortazawi, University of
Michigan-Ann Arbor, Ann Arbor, United
States
J. Pourahmadazar, T. A. Denidni, National
Institute of Scientific Research (INRS)
Centre for Energy, Materials and
Telecommunication, Montreal, Canada
EuRAD05-05
Analysis of Canonical
Targets in Near Field for
Forward Scatter Radar
Applications
EuMC/EuRAD06-05
Design Considerations on
a Sparse Array Antenna
for Ka-Band Spaceborne
SAR Applications
EuMC/EuRAD07-05
Wide Angle Scanning
Reconfigurable Beam
Steering Antenna
M. T. Falconi, D. Comite, F. S. Marzano, A.
Galli, P. Lombardo, Sapienza University of
Rome, Rome, Italy
B. Jacobs1, D. Bekers1, S. Monni1, M. Otten1,
W. van Rossum1, G. Gerini1, C. Germani2, D.
Fortini2, G. Toso3, 1TNO Defense Safety and
Security, The Hague, Netherlands, 2Thales
Alenia Space – Italia, Rome, Italy, 3ESA estec,
Noordwijk, Netherlands
H. Wang1, Z. Zhou1, J. Turnbull2, Q. Song1, F. Qi3,
1
National University of Defense Technology,
Changsha, China, 2University of Birmingham,
Birmingham, United Kingdom, 3University of
Birmingham, Birmingham, United Kingdom
T. Sabapathy1, M. Jusoh1, R. Ahmad1, M.
Kamarudin2, 1Embedded, Network and
Advanced Computing (ENAC), Pauh Putra,
Malaysia, 2Wireless Communication Center
(WCC), Skudai, Malaysia
09:50h - 10:10h
EuRAD04-05
Simultaneous Air/Air and
Air/Ground Radar Modes
with a Single Antenna.
L. Jin, R. M. Lee, I. D. Robertson, University of
Leeds, Leeds, United Kingdom
C. Dahl1, I. Rolfes1, M. Vogt2, 1Institute
of Microwave Systems, Ruhr-University
Bochum, Bochum, Germany, 2High
Frequency Engineering Research Group,
Ruhr-University Bochum, Bochum, Germany
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THURSDAY
N. Petrov, F. Le Chevalier, TU Delft, Delft,
Netherlands
EuMC/EuRAD07-02
Comparison of Virtual
Arrays for MIMO Radar
Applications Based on
Hexagonal Configurations
09:30h - 09:50h
EuMC/EuRAD06-02
A Study of Multi-Phase
Vector-Sum Phase Shifters
for Phased Array
H. Abou Taam1,2, A. Siblini1,2, G. Zakka El
Nashef1, E. Arnaud1, N. Chevalier1, B. Jecko1,
M. Rammal2, 1XLIM, Limoges, France,
2
Lebanese University, Beirut, Lebanon
09:10h - 09:30h
EuRAD05-02
X-Band Avionic Weather
Radar Simulator: Outputs
Testing and Analysis
Chair: Jean-Marc Goutoule, Airbus Defence
and Space
Co-Chair: Alexander Yarovoy, Delft University
of Technology
08:50h - 09:10h
EuRAD04-02
Iterative Adaptive
Approach for
Unambiguous Wideband
Target Detection
Chair: Peter Gardner, University of
Birmingham, UK
Co-Chair: Ioan E. Lager, Delft University of
Technology, the Netherlands
08:30h - 08:50h
F. Barbaresco , Thales Air Systems, Limours,
France
1 1
Chair: Christophe Bourlier, Polytech Nantes
Co-Chair: Oleg Krasnov, Delft University of
Technology
THURSDAY
241
243
EuMC47
Flexible Stretchable and
Printed Technology
EuMC48
Wireless Technologies
EuMC47-01
Inkjet-Printed, Flexible,
High Performance, Carbon
Nanomaterial Based
Sensors for Ammonia and
DMMP Gas Detection.
EuMC48-01
A 2.45 GHz, 100 Mbps
BPSK-DSSS Transmitter for
Interference-Robust Wireless
Neuroprosthetic Networks
Chair: Dimitri Pavlidis, Boston University
Co-Chair: Henri Happy, University of Lille
10:50h - 11:10h
J. G. Hester1, M. M. Tentzeris1, Y. Fang2, 1School
of Electrical and Computer Engineering, Georgia
Institute of Technology, Atlanta, United States,
2
School of Material Science, Georgia Institute of
Technology, Atlanta, United States
11:10h - 11:30h
EuMC47-02
Study and
Characterization of CNT
Inkjet Printed Patterns
for Paper-Based RF
Components
C. Paragua, K. Frigui, S. Bila, D. Baillargeat,
XLIM UMR 7252, University of Limoges/
CNRS, Limoges, France
11:30h - 11:50h
EuMC47-03
Inkjet-Printing of Hybrid
Ag/Conductive Polymer
Towards Strechable
Microwave Devices
S. Pacchini1,2, M. Cometto1,2, J. Chok1,2, G. Dufour3, N.
Tiercelin3, P. Pernod3, T. Kang1,2, P. Coquet1,2,3, 1Cintra
CNRS/NTU/THALES, UMI 3288, Singapore, Singapore,
2
School of Electrical and Electronics Engineering,
Singapore, Singapore, 3Joint International Laboratory
LICS/LEMAC, IEMN UMR CNRS 8520, Villeneuve dAscq,
France
11:50h - 12:10h
EuMC47-04
Ultra-Foldable/
Stretchable Wideband RF
Interconnects Using Laser
Ablation of Metal Film on
a Flexible Substrate
S. Bouaziz, M. Berthomé, J. F. Robillard,
E. Dubois, Institut d’Electronique, de
Microélectronique et de Nanotechnologie,
Villeneuve d’Ascq, France
12:10h - 12:30h
EuMC47-05
Design of Kapton Based
Passive Circuits at
Microwave Frequencies
Z. Yang1,3, A. Takacs1,2, S. Charlot1, D.
Dragomirescu1,3, 1LAAS-CNRS, Toulouse,
France, 2Univ de Toulouse, UPS, Toulouse,
France, 3Univ de Toulouse, INSA, Toulouse,
France
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Chair: Andrew Gibson, University of
Manchester
Co-Chair: Noushin Karimian, University of
Manchester
P. Agarwal1, L. Renaud1, J. Baylon1, D.
Majumdar3,2, D. Heo1, C. Schlegel2,
1
Washington State University, Pullman,
United States, 2Dalhousie university, Halifax,
Canada, 3Daxsonics Ultrasound Inc, Halifax,
Canada
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252A
EuMC49
Silicon Front-End
Subsystems
EuMC50
Emerging THz
Technologies
EuMC49-01
Design of a Differential
Diplexer Based on
Integrated Active
Inductors with 0.25 _m
SiGeC Process
EuMC50-01
Detection of DNA by
Graphene-on-Silicon FET
Structures Simultaneously
at DC and 101 GHz
Chair: Cicero Voucher, NXP
Co-Chair: Almudena Suarez, University of
Cantabria
C. H. Sy, S. Bosse, S. Barth, S. R. Harison,
Observatoire de Paris, Nançay, France
Chair: Antti Räisänen, Aalto University
Co-Chair: Dirk Nüßler, Fraunhofer FHR
E. R. Brown1, W. Zhang1, L. Viveros1, D. Neff2,
N. Green2, M. L. Norton2, P. H. Pham3, P. J.
Burke3, 1Wright State University, Dayton,
United States, 2Marshall University,
Huntington, United States, 3University of
California, Irvine, United States
EuMC48-02
Measurement of Human
Exposure to LTE Base
Stations - Present Status
and Future Challenges
EuMC49-02
A Ku-Band Series/Shunt
Switching Type S/H IC for
Direct RF Under Sampling
Reception
C. Bornkessel1, M. A. Hein1, M. Wuschek2,
1
Technische Universitaet Ilmenau, Ilmenau,
Germany, 2Technische Hochschule
Deggendorf, Deggendorf, Germany
T. Koizumi, M. Motoyoshi, D. Banda, O.
Wada, S. Kameda, N. Suematsu, T. Takagi, K.
Tsubouchi, Tohoku University, Sendai, Japan
A. Rivera-Lavado1, S. Preu2, E. Garcia1, A. Generalov3, J.
Montero1, G. Dohler2, D. Lioubtchenko3, M. Mendez1, S.
Malzer2, S. Llorente-Romano1, A. Garcia-Lamperez1, M.
Salazar-Palma1, D. Segovia1, A. Raisanen3, 1Universidad Carlos
III de Madrid, Leganes, Spain, 2Friedrich-Alexander Universitat
Erlangen-Nurnberg, Erlangen, Germany, 3Aalto University,
Espoo, Finland
EuMC48-03
Portable 9.4/18.8 GHz
harmonic radar system
using PRN code principle
EuMC49-03
A 2-30 GHz Ring Mixer
with Active Baluns in 0.18um CMOS Technology for
Vital Sign Detection
EuMC50-03
A Novel Wide-Band FingerShaped Phase Shifter
Based on Silicon-On-Glass
(SOG) Technology for
Sub-Millimeter Wave and
Terahertz Applications
M. Hsu1, S. Jan1, Z. Tsai1, H. Wang2, F. Chang2,
P. Jau2, K. Lin2, 1National Chung Cheng
University, Chiayi, Taiwan, 2National Taiwan
University, Taipei, Taiwan
EuMC48-04
A Wide Dynamic Range
Microwave Frequency
Discriminator for
Cognitive Radio
D. Chatterjee, K. Blau, M. Hein, Technische
Universität Ilmenau, Ilmenau, Germany
H. Wang1, J. Cheng1, J. Zhong1, T. Huang1, J.
Tsai2, 1Graduate Institute of Communication
Engineering, National Taiwan University,
Taipei, Taiwan, 2Dept. of Electrical
Engineering, National Taiwan Normal
University, Taipei, Taiwan
EuMC49-04
A Low-Power and LowNoise X-Band Receiver
MMIC in 90nm CMOS
P. Wang1, Y. Shen1, T. Wu1, M. Chen1, Y.
Chang1,2, D. Chang2, S. S. Hsu1, 1National
Tsing Hua University, Hsinchu, Taiwan,
2
National Chip Implementation Center,
Hsinchu, Taiwan
EuMC49-05
A Robust Low Phase Noise
and Wide Tuning Range
Ku-Band Sub- Integer
Frequency Synthesizer
for E-Band Backhaul
Transceivers
R. Levinger, O. Katz, J. Vovnoboy, R. BenYishay, R. Carmon, B. Shienman, N. Mazor, D.
Elad, IBM, Haifa, Israel
EuMC50-02
Array of Dielectric Rod
Waveguide Antennas for
Millimeter-Wave and THz
Power Generation
A. Taeb1, S. Gigoyan1, S. Safavi-Naeini1, M.
Basha2, 1University of Waterloo, Waterloo,
Canada, 2Zewail City of Science and
Technology, Sheikh Zayed City, Egypt
EuMC50-04
Electronic THz-spectrometer
for Plasmonic Enhanced
Deep Subwavelength Layer
Detection
A. Berrier1, L. Tripodi2, H. Schäfer-Eberwein3, M. C. Schaafsma4,
M. K. Matters-Kammerer5, P. Haring-Bolívar3, J. GómezRivas4,6, 1Universität Stuttgart, Stuttgart, Germany, 2ASML,
Veldhoven, Netherlands, 3Universität Siegen, Siegen,
Germany, 4AMOLF, Eindhoven, Netherlands, 5Eindhoven
University of Technology, Eindhoven, Netherlands, 6Eindhoven
University of Technology, Eindhoven, Netherlands
EuMC50-05
Performance Enhancement
of 300 GHz on-Chip
Double Slot Antenna
by Means of Artificial
Dielectrics
W. H. Syed, G. Fiorentino, D. Cavallo, P. M.
Sarro, A. Neto, I. E. Lager, Delft University of
Technology, Delft, Netherlands
THURSDAY
242B
EuRAD06
Waveform Diversity
Chair: Francois Le Chevalier, Delft University
of Technology
Co-Chair: Andreas Stelzer, Johannes Kepler
University
212+213
EuRAD07
Clutter Modeling
Chair: Mikhail Cherniakov, University of
Birmingham
Co-Chair: Stephane Kemkenian, THALES SA
Maillot
253
EuMC/EuRAD08
Array Antennas Implementation
EuMC/EuRAD09
Antenna Arrays and
Beam Scanning
EuMC/EuRAD09-01
Pulsed-field array
performance: A TD
analysis
Chair: Ioan E. Lager, Delft University of
Technology
Co-Chair: Peter Gardner, University of
Birmingham
Chair: Olivier Lafond, University of Rennes 1
Co-Chair: Dirk Heberling, Aachen University
M. Nagasaka, S. Nakazawa, M. Kamei,
S. Tanaka, T. Saito, Japan Broadcasting
Corporation, Tokyo, Japan
EuRAD06-02
Phase Migration Effects
in Moving Target
Localization using
Switched MIMO Arrays
EuRAD07-02
Statistical Analysis of
Measured High Resolution
Land Clutter at X-Band
and Clutter Simulation
EuMC/EuRAD08-02
Compact Scan-Phase
Antenna Diversity System
for High Driving Speeds
EuMC/EuRAD09-02
Waveguide-Type Discrete
Beam-Scan Antenna with
Switching Diodes
D. Zoeke1,2, A. Ziroff3, 1Univ. of ErlangenNuremberg, Erlangen, Germany, 2Siemens
AG, Erlangen, Germany, 3Siemens AG,
Munich, Germany
A. Melebari1, A. Mishra3, M. Abdul Gaffar2, 1King
Abdulaziz City for Science and Technology (KACST),
Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, 2Council for Scientific and
Industrial Research (CSIR), Pretoria, South Africa,
3
University of Cape Town, Cape Town, South Africa
S. Senega, A. Nassar, S. Lindenmeier,
Universität der Bundeswehr München,
Neubiberg, Germany
H. Kubo, T. Yamamoto, M. Takamatsu, A.
Sanada, Yamaguchi University, Ube-shi,
Japan
EuRAD06-03
Experimental
Implementation of an
Ultra-Wide Band MIMO
Radar
EuRAD07-03
Road Clutter Spectrum of
BSD FMCW Automotive
Radar
EuMC/EuRAD08-03
Implementation of the
Ubiquitous Radar Concept
with a Conformal Array
EuMC/EuRAD09-03
Linear Dual-Band Phased
Arrays with Wide-Angle
Scanning Capability
Y. Ma1, C. Cui1, B. Kim1, J. Joo2, S. Jeon2,
S. Nam3, 1Sungkyunkwan University,
Suwon, Republic of Korea, 2Hyundai Motor
Company, Hwaseong, Republic of Korea,
3
Seoul National University, Seoul, Republic
of Korea
P. Carta1, G. Galati1, E. G. Piracci1, F. Madia2,
R. Ronconi2, 1University of Roma Tor Vergata,
Roma, Italy, 2Fincantieri SpA /Seastema,
Roma, Italy
S. Valavan1, D. Tran2, A. G. Yarovoy2, A. G.
Roederer2, 1Fraunhofer FHR, Wachtberg,
Germany, 2Delft University of Technology,
Delft, Netherlands
EuRAD07-04
Modeling of Sea Spike
Events with Generalized
Extreme Value Distribution
EuMC/EuRAD08-04
Analog Beamforming
Network for Ka Band Satellite
on the Move Terminal with
Phase Shifting Technique
Based on I/Q Mixer
EuMC/EuRAD09-04
Antenna for 3D Radar
Demonstrator
E. Kpré, T. Fromenteze, C. Decroze, Xlim
research institute, Limoges university,
Limoges, France
EuRAD06-04
Adaptive Waveform
Design for Multi-Sector
Array Isolation
J. M. Kurdzo1,2, R. D. Palmer1,2, B. L. Cheong1, M. E.
Weber3,4, 1Advanced Radar Research Center, University
of Oklahoma, Norman, United States, 2School of
Meteorology, University of Oklahoma, Norman,
United States, 3Cooperative Institute for Mesoscale
Meteorological Studies, University of Oklahoma, Norman,
United States, 4OAR National Severe Storms Laboratory,
Norman, United States
H. Ding, N. Liu, G. Wang, J. Guan, Naval
Aeronautical and Astronautical University,
NAAU, Yantai, China
EuRAD07-05
Approximate Fractality
of Sea Clutter Fractional
Fourier Transform
Spectrum
C. Pfeffer, R. Feger, A. Stelzer, Johannes
Kepler University Linz, Linz, Austria
N. Liu, H. Ding, Y. Huang, J. Guan, Naval
Aeronautical and Astronautical University,
NAAU, Yantai, China
V. Zavodny, P. Kopecky, Eldis Pardubice L.T.D.,
Pardubice, Czech Republic
S. Alessandro1, M. De Bilio1, I. Pomona2, S. Coco3,
G. Bavetta3, A. Laudani4, 1Selex ES, Catania, Italy,
2
RF System Engineer Consultant, Acireale, Italy,
3
University of Catania, Catania, Italy, 4Roma Tre
University, Roma, Italy
EuMC/EuRAD08-05
Compact Ku-band GaAs
Multifunction Chip for
SATCOM Phased Arrays
D. Shin1, J. Jeong1, S. Moon1, I. Yom1, D.
Kim2, 1Electronics and Telecommunications
Research Institute, Daejeon, Republic of
Korea, 2Chungnam National University,
Daejeon, Republic of Korea
EuMC/EuRAD09-05
Design of a Waveguide
Slot Array Antenna for
Monopulse Tracking
Application in Millimeter
Wave
W. Zhang, F. Cui, Q. Wang, X. He, C. She, Y.
He, China Academy of Engineering Physics,
Mianyang, China
12:10h - 12:30h
EuRAD06-05
A Stepped-Carrier 77GHz OFDM MIMO Radar
System with 4 GHz
Bandwidth
I. E. Lager, Delft University of Technology,
Delft, Netherlands
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THURSDAY
F. Norouzian, F. Qi, B. Willets, M. Gashinova,
C. Constantinou, P. Gardner, E. Hoare, M.
Cherniakov, University of Birmingham,
Birmingham, United Kingdom
11:50h - 12:10h
S. M. Omar1, F. Kassem1, R. Mitri1, H. Hijazi1,
M. Saleh2, 1School of Engineering, Lebanese
International University, Beirut, Lebanon,
2
Faculty of Sciences I, Lebanese University,
Beirut, Lebanon
11:30h - 11:50h
EuMC/EuRAD08-01
Prototype of 21-GHz Band
Beam Forming Network
for Array-fed Imaging
Reflector Antenna
11:10h - 11:30h
EuRAD07-01
Characterisation of
Attenuation at Low THz
Frequencies in Radar
Sensors
10:50h - 11:10h
EuRAD06-01
A Novel Barker Code
Algorithm For Resolving
Range Ambiguity In High
PRF Radars
THURSDAY
EuRAD/EuMC Poster01 Session
Chair: Michèle Lalande, University of Limoges
Co-Chair: Laurent Ferro-Famil, University of Rennes 1
12:30h - 14:10h
The posters are on display from 12:30h - 14:10h
The authors are present for discussion from 12:30h - 14:10h
Hall Ternes - Level 1
Hall Ternes - Level 1
Hall Ternes - Level 1
EuRAD/EuMC Poster01-01
RotoSAR: a New Concept
of Ground-Based SAR
EuRAD/EuMC Poster01-06
Zero-IF Radar Signal
Processing
M. Pieraccini, A. Nicola, P. Federico, R.
Silvestro, University of Florence, Firenze, Italy
S. Turso, T. Bertuch, Fraunhofer Institute
for High Frequency Physics and Radar
Techniques FHR, Wachtberg, Germany
EuRAD/EuMC Poster01-10
A Low-Cost IEEE802.11ad
Wireless Network
Appliance Test System
with Mixed Domain
Oscilloscope and Down
Converter
EuRAD/EuMC Poster01-02
A Real-Time Multiple
Target Detecting Scheme
based on Microwave
Metamaterials
EuRAD/EuMC Poster01-07
cuDeformer - Software
for Reversing Radar Signal
Processing, Based on
CUDA Technology
C. M. Wu, Wayne State University, Detroit,
United States
J. M. Gambrych, Warsaw University of
Technology, Warsaw, Poland
EuRAD/EuMC Poster01-03
Phase Noise Analysis in
FMCW Radar Systems
EuRAD/EuMC Poster01-08
Analysis of Circular
Polarization of the
Quadrifilar Helix Antenna
in the Presence of Ground
Plane for LEO Satellites
K. Siddiq , R. J. Watson , S. R. Pennock , P.
Avery2, R. Poulton2, B. D. Norris2, 1University
of Bath, Bath, United Kingdom, 2yNavtech
Radar Ltd., Ardington, Wantage, United
Kingdom
1
1
1
EuRAD/EuMC Poster01-04
Performance Evaluation
of Passive Secondary
Surveillance Radar for
Small Aircraft Surveillance
T. Otsuyama1, J. Honda1, K. Shiomi1, G.
Minorikawa2, Y. Hamanaka2, 1Electronic
Navigation Research Institute, Chofu, Japan,
2
Hosei University, Tokyo, Japan
EuRAD/EuMC Poster01-05
FMCW Ramp NonLinearity Modeling and
Measurement Technique
for Cooperative Radar
A. Frischen1, J. Hasch1, C. Waldschmidt2,
1
Robert Bosch GmbH, Stuttgart, Germany,
2
Ulm University, Ulm, Germany
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M. Ahmad1, M. Amin2, A. A. Khan1, M. T.
Azim3, 1COMSATS Institute of Information
Technology, Lahore, Pakistan, 2Institute of
Space Technology, Islamabad, Pakistan,
3
Satellite Research and Development Center,
Lahore, Pakistan
EuRAD/EuMC Poster01-09
Comparison Study
of Scalar and Vector
Calibrations for Wideband
Modulation Signals
S. Lin1, D. Chang1, Y. Juang1, H. Chiou2,
1
National Chip Implementation
Center,NARL, Hsinchu, Taiwan, 2National
Central University, Jhongli, Taiwan
K. Fujiwara1, T. Kobayashi1, J. Ukita2, Y.
Honjo2, 1Tokyo Metropolitan Industrial
Technology Research Institute, Koto-ku,
Japan, 2CANDOX Systems Inc., Gyoda-city,
Japan
EuRAD/EuMC Poster01-11
Method of Multi-Channel
Calibration for Digital
Array Radar
W. Li, J. Lin, Y. Zhang, J. Yang, Z. Chen,
National University of Defense Technology,
Changsha, China
EuRAD/EuMC Poster01-12
Wideband Vivaldi
Antennas Array with
Mechanical Support and
Protection Radome for
Land-Mine Detection
Radar
T. N. Nguyen1, G. Clementi1, C. Migliaccio1,
N. Fortino1, J. Dauvignac1, J. Willebois2, C.
Chekroun2, 1LEAT - CNRS - University Nice
Sophia Antipolis, Sophia Antipolis, France,
2
BOWEN, Saclay, France
THURSDAY
EuRAD/EuMC Poster02 Session
Chair: Laurent Ferro-Famil, University of Rennes 1
Co-Chair: Michèle Lalande, University of Limoges
12:30h - 14:10h
The posters are on display from 12:30h - 14:10h
The authors are present for discussion from 12:30h - 14:10h
Hall Ternes - Level 1
Hall Ternes - Level 1
Hall Ternes - Level 1
EuRAD/EuMC Poster02-01
Statistical Properties of
the Polarization Ratio
for Radar Returns with
Deterministic Polarized
Targets in Clutter
EuRAD/EuMC Poster02-05
High-Performance
Autofocusing for LightWeight SAR Platforms
EuRAD/EuMC Poster02-09
SNR in Active Receiving
Antenna Used as an
Element of Phased
Antenna Array for the
GURT Radio Telescope
B. Ren1, L. Shi1, Y. Chang2, S. Xiao1, G. Wang1,
1
National University of Defense Technology,
Changsha, China, 2National University of
Defense Technology, Changsha, China
EuRAD/EuMC Poster02-02
The Study of Microwave
Scattering of Anisotropic
Sea Surface with the
Corrected Two-Scale
Model
D. Song, S. Shang, X. Luo, National Key
Laboratory of Science and Technology on
space Microwave, Xi’an, China
EuRAD/EuMC Poster02-03
An Analytical Method to
Compute Track Continuity
Performance Measures
J. S. Wijnhout, Thales Nederland, Hengelo,
Netherlands
EuRAD/EuMC Poster02-04
Target Detection using
Space-Time Adaptive
Processing (STAP) and a
Multi-Band, Multi-Channel
Software Defined Passive
Radar
EuRAD/EuMC Poster02-06
Real Time Classification of
Targets Using Waveforms
in Resonance Scattering
Region
A. Selver1, M. Secmen2, Y. Zoral1, 1Dokuz
Eylul University, Izmir, Turkey, 2Yasar
University, Izmir, Turkey
EuRAD/EuMC Poster02-07
Integrated FFT Accelerator
and Inline Bin-Rejection
for Automotive FMCW
Radar Signal Processing
D. T. Nugraha, A. Roger, R. Ygnace, Infineon
Technologies A.G., Neubiberg, Germany
EuRAD/EuMC Poster02-08
Fast Analysis of Luneburg
Lens Radiation by Green’s
Function Method
B. Panchenko1, S. Shabunin1, D. Denisov2,
1
Ural Federal University, Ekaterinburg,
Russian Federation, 2Ural Technical Institute
of Communications and Computer Sciences,
Ekaterinburg, Russian Federation
P. L. Tokarsky, A. A. Konovalenko, I. S.
Falkovich, S. N. Yerin, Institute of Radio
Astronomy, National Academy of Sciences of
Ukraine, Kharkiv, Ukraine
EuRAD/EuMC Poster02-10
Omnidirectional
Cylindrical Microstrip
Antennas with
Horizontally-Polarized
Radiation
A. Y. Svezhentsev1, S. Yan2, V. Volski 2, G.
A. Vandenbosch2, 1IRE of NASU, Kharkiv,
Ukraine, 2Katholieke Universiteit Leuven,
Leuven, Belgium
EuRAD/EuMC Poster02-11
Uniplanar Log-Periodic
Antenna with a
Perpendicular Plane
Reflector Dedicated to
a Radio Wave Camera
System
F. Ouasli, J. Coupez, P. Pajusco, C. Person,
Télécom Bretagne, Brest, France
EuRAD/EuMC Poster02-12
Measurement of Pointof-Impact Based on
Microwave DMCW Radar
and Kalman Filtration
THURSDAY
M. Alam1, K. Jamil2, S. M. Alhumaidi2, 1King
Saud University, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, 2King
Saud University, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia
I. M. Gorovyi, O. O. Bezvesilniy, D. M. Vavriv,
Institute of Radio Astronomy, Kharkiv,
Ukraine
P. Hudec1, P. Pánek2, F. Kozák1, 1Czech
Technical University in Prague, Prague,
Czech Republic, 2Academy of Sciences of the
Czech Republic, Prague, Czech Republic
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THURSDAY
241
243
EuMC51
Tunable Components for
Signal Processing and
Detection
EuMC52
Special Session on
Autonomous Driving in
a Worldwilde Changing
Society – Between Silver
Agers and Y-Generation
EuMC53
Special Session:
System Modelling and
Optimization
EuMC51-01
Modeling Antennas
Printed on Magnetized
Substrate: Application to
the Design of a Tunable
PIFA Antenna
EuMC52-01
Market Growth Potential
for Autonomous Driving,
Differentiated by the
Analysis Of Silver Agers
vs. Y-Generation
EuMC53-01
Microwave Filters
and MUX Modelling,
Optimization and Tuning
J. Cortes1,2, P. Quéffelec1,2, A. Chevalier1,2,
G. Verissimo1,2, J. Mattei1,2, 1Université
de Bretagne Occidentale, Brest, France,
2
Universite Europenne de Bretagne, Brest,
France
Dominique Bonte, ABI Research, Brussels,
Belgium
EuMC51-02
Double-Actuation
Extended Tuning Range RF
MEMS Varactor
EuMC52-02
Is the Y-Generation
Phenomenon Typical for
Western Societies? A View
From India
Chair: Pierre Blondy, University of Limoges
Co-Chair: Fabio Coccetti, CNRS-LAAS
252A
Chair: Jacques Sombrin, Labex SigmaLim
Co-Chair: Fabien Seyfert, INRIA
Chair: Holger H. Meinel,
Co-Chair: Bela Peterson, Consulting4drive
14:50h - 15:10h
EuMC51-04
Bistable RF Switches Using
Ge2Sb2Te5 Phase Change
Material
A. Mennai, A. Bessaudou, F. Cosset, C.
Guines, P. Blondy, A. Crunteanu, XLIM UMR
7252 CNRS/Université de Limoges, 123 Av.
Albert Thomas, France
15:10h - 15:30h
EuMC51-05
Un-cooled Resonant
IR Detectors Based on
Barium Strontium Titanate
Switchable FBARs
M. Zolfagharloo Koohi, S. Lee, V. Lee, S. A. Sis,
A. Mortazawi, The University of Michigan,
Ann Arbor, United States
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Katharina Kilian-Yasin, University of
Pforzheim, Germany
EuMC52-04
Use and Benefit of MultiPurpose Maps. Qui Bono?
Heiko Seif, Munich Business School,
München, Germany
EuMC52-05
One World - One
Innovation? How
Much Customizing for
HMI-Applications is
Neccessary?
Bela Peterson, consulting4drive, Berlin,
Germany
14:50h - 15:30h
14:30h - 14:50h
S. Preis1, A. Wiens2, D. Kienemund2,
D. Kendig3, H. Maune2, R. Jakoby2, W.
Heinrich1, O. Bengtsson1, 1FerdinandBraun-Institut Leibniz-Institut fuer
Hoechstfrequenztechnik, Berlin, Germany,
2
Technische Universität Darmstadt,
Darmstadt, Germany, 3Microsanj LLC, Santa
Clara, United States
EuMC52-03
Are Cars and High Tech
Features Like Autonomous
Driving Important to the
Y-Generation?
14:20h - 14:50h
14:10h - 14:30h
EuMC51-03
Discrete RF-Power MIM
BST Thick-Film Varactors
Roland Haas, QSO Technologies India Pvt.
Ltd., Bangalore, India
13:50h - 14:20h
13:50h - 14:10h
A. Cazzorla1, R. Sorrentino1, P. Farinelli2,
1
University of Perugia, Perugia, Italy, 2R.F.
Microtech, Perugia, Italy
Fabien Seyfert, INRIA, Nice Sophia-Antipolis
EuMC53-02
Protection against high
power phenomena
(multipactor, corona,
passive intermodulation
products)
Jérome Puech, CNES, Toulouse
EuMC53-03
Consumption, capacity
and cost global
optimization of systems
Jacques Sombrin, Labex SigmaLim, Limoges
THURSDAY
242B
EuRAD08
MIMO Radars
251
212+213
253
EuRAD09
Special Session
Advances on T/R
Modules for AESA
applications
EuRAD10
Radar Measurements
EuRAD08-01
Simple OFDM-Based
MIMO Radar for RealTime Short-Range Area
Surveillance
EuRAD09-01
Highly Integrated TR
Modules: Components,
Packaging & Interconnect
for “Tile” Antennas
EuRAD10-01
Turbulence Intensity
Estimation Using
Advanced Radar Methods
EuMC/EuRAD10-01
A Dual-Frequency and
Dual-Polarized Patch
Antenna at Ka-Band
Y. Sit1, B. Sobhani2, W. Wiesbeck1, T. Zwick1,
1
Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT),
Karlsruhe, Germany, 2University of Bologna,
Bologna, Italy
D. M. Craig, A. M. Kinghorn, A. D. McLachlan,
G. D. Morrison, Selex ES
F. J. Yanovsky1, A. C. Oude Nijhuis2, O. A.
Krasnov2, C. M. Unal2, H. W. Russchenberg2,
A. G. Yarovoy2, 1National Aviation University
of Ukraine, Kiev, Ukraine, 2Delft University of
Technology, Delft, Netherlands
B. Rohrdantz, T. Jaschke, F. K. Gellersen, A.
F. Jacob, Techn. Univ. Hamburg-Harburg,
Hamburg, Germany
EuRAD08-02
MIMO Noise Radar with
Signals Time-Division in
Receive Channels
EuRAD09-02
Distributing Phased-Array
Transmitters
EuRAD10-02
Eddy Dissipation Rate
(EDR) Retrieval with
Ultra-Fast High Range
Resolution ElectronicScanning X-band Airport
Radar
EuMC/EuRAD10-02
Design and Investigation
of Meshed Patch Antennas
for Applications at 24 GHz
Chair: Krzysztof Kulpa, Warsaw University
of Technology
Co-Chair: Gaspare Galati, Tor Vergata
University
Chair: Patrick Schuh, Airbus Defence and
Space
Co-Chair: Yves Mancuso, Thales
Philippe Eudeline, Thales Air Systems, France
EuRAD08-04
Topology Optimization
of Monostatic Radar
Networks with Widebeam Antennas
EuRAD09-04
New T/R Module
Architectures using SiGe
and GaN Technologies
I. M. Ivashko, O. A. Krasnov, A. G. Yarovoy,
Delft University of Technology, Delft,
Netherlands
V. Chernyak1, 1Moscow State Aviation
Institute, Bauman Moscow State Technical
University, Moscow, Russian Federation
EuRAD09-05
New Generations of T/R
Modules for Tile Antennas
Yves Mancuso, Thales, France
T. Hoshino, K. Suwa, N. Oishi, T. Wakayama,
T. Hara, Mitsubishi Electric Corporation,
Kamakura-shi, Japan
K. Tekkouk, M. Ettorre, R. Sauleau, Institut
d’Electronique et de Télécommunications
de Rennes-Université de Rennes 1, Rennes,
France
EuRAD10-04
3D-SAR Measurements
Using a Sparse and
Compact Array Antenna
Architecture
EuMC/EuRAD10-04
A Wideband Planar Array
Antenna for Ka-Band
Wireless Communication
Applications
A. B. Gustafsson, P. Frölind, P. Andersson,
J. Svedin, S. Leijon, FOI, Swedish Defence
Research Agency, Linköping, Sweden
J. Wu, Y. Cheng, Y. Fan, Fundamental Science
on Extreme High Frequency Laboratory,
Chengdu, China
EuRAD10-05
Processing Chain of a
Radar Network for Safety
Improvement in the Usage
of Heavy Machinery
EuMC/EuRAD10-05
Conformal K Band Array
Performance Prediction
Based on Improved
Element Modeling
F. León-Infante, J. González-Partida, R.
Blázquez-García, M. Burgos-García,
Universidad Politécnica de Madrid, Madrid,
Spain
G. Nelson1, P. Kumar2, G. R. Branner1,
1
University of California, Davis, United
States, 2Sacramento State University,
Sacramento, United States
15:10h - 15:30h
EuRAD08-05
On Signal Detection With
Mainlobe Interference
Cancellation in Multisite
Radar Systems and MIMO
Radars
Patrick Schuh, Ralf Rieger and Martin
Oppermann, Airbus Defence and Space
EuMC/EuRAD10-03
SIW Multilayer Rotman
Lens Antenna in the 24GHz Band
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THURSDAY
N. M. Pham, A. F. Jacob, Hamburg University
of Technology, Hamburg, Germany
EuRAD10-03
Parked Vehicle Detection
and Status Evaluation on
X-band Spotlight-Mode
SAR Interferometry
14:50h - 15:10h
EuRAD09-03
Evolutions of T/R Modules
for Ground Base Radar
Applications
F. Barbaresco1, 1Thales Air Systems, Limours,
France
14:30h - 14:50h
EuRAD08-03
High-Performance MIMO
Imaging RADAR with
Hybrid Receiver Array
Q. H. Dao, R. Braun, B. Geck, Leibniz
Universität Hannover, Hannover, Germany
14:10h - 14:30h
F.E. van Vliet, TNO, University of Twente,
The Netherlands. E.A.M. Klumperink, A.J.
Annema, M.C.M. Soer, J. Velner, J.C.J.G.M.
Withagen, B. Nauta, University of Twente,
The Netherlands
Chair: Arne Jacob, Technical University of
Hamburg
Co-Chair: Erwan Fourn, INSA Rennes
13:50h - 14:10h
K. A. Lukin, P. L. Vyplavin, V. P. Palamarchuk,
S. K. Lukin, P. M. Sushenko, N. K. Zaets,
Usikov Institute for Radiophysics and
Electronics NAS of Ukraine, Kharkov,
Ukraine
Chair: Fabrizio Berizzi, University of Pisa
Co-Chair: Alexander Yarovoy, Delft University
of Technology
EuMC/EuRAD10
Antennas for Ka-band
Applications
THURSDAY
PALAIS DES CONGRÈS DE PARIS, FRANCE
EuMW 2015
FREEDOM THROUGH MICROWAVES
6 - 11 SEPTEMBER 2015
Maillot
EuMW02
EuMW/EuMC Closing Session
Chair: Hervé Aubert, EuMW 2015 General Chair
Co-Chair: Denis Barataud, EuMC 2015 TPC Chair
16:10h - 16:50h
Philae, Are You Talking to Me?
Clément Dudal, French Space Agency, France
Céline Loisel, French Space Agency, France
After 10 years of cruise, the ESA/CNES/DLR Rosetta mission reached successfully the 67P
Churyumov-Gerasimenko comet. One of its main assignments was to carry out in-situ
analysis using Philae, a small lander of about 100 kg equipped with scientific instruments.
To communicate, Philae uses a radiofrequency relay link with Rosetta in S-band transmitted
through small patch antennas. After separation, it was the only means of communication
providing valued information on the lander behavior especially relevant during the rebound
landing. After 3 days of successful on-comet scientific activities, Philae had to turn off
because of energy shortage. After a broad presentation of the mission, this presentation will
focus on the RF subsystem and the role it played in the success of the mission.
16:50h - 17:20h
Awards Ceremony
Chair: Christian Person, EuMW 2015 Awards Chair
EuMC Microwave Prize
EuMC Young Engineer Prizes
Student Challenge Prize
Student Design Competition Prize
16:10h - 17:50h
17:20h - 17:40h
Closing of European Microwave Conference 2015
Denis Barataud, EuMC 2015 TPC Chair
Closing of European Microwave Week 2015
Hervé Aubert, EuMW 2015 Chair
Closing Address
Wolfgang Heinrich, EuMA President
Invitation to the European Microwave Week 2016
Andrew Gibson, EuMW 2016 General Chair
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THURSDAY
242B
EuRAD11
High Resolution and
Compressive Sensing
Radar Techniques
Chair: Pierfrancesco Lombardo, University of
Rome La Sapienza
Co-Chair: Le Chevalier Francois, Delft
University of Technology
T. Fromenteze, E. L. Kpré, C. Decroze, D.
Carsenat, Xlim research institute - University
of Limoges, Limoges, France
M. Gocho, Y. Takahashi, A. Ozaki, Mitsubishi
Electric Corporation, Kamakura, Japan
K. Radecki, P. Samczynski, K. Kulpa,
J. Drozdowicz, Warsaw University of
Technology, Warsaw, Poland
S. Olbrich1, C. Waldschmidt2, 1Robert Bosch
GmbH, Leonberg, Germany, 2University of
Ulm, Ulm, Germany
17:30h - 17:50h
EuRAD11-05
New Pre-Estimation
Algorithm for FMCW
Radar Systems using the
Matrix Pencil Method
17:10h - 17:30h
EuRAD11-04
A Real-Time Unfocused
SAR Processor Based on a
Portable CUDA GPU
THURSDAY
T. Fromenteze, E. Kpré, C. Decroze, D.
Carsenat, Xlim research institute - University
of Limoges, Limoges, France
16:50h - 17:10h
EuRAD11-03
Passive UWB
Beamforming: a N to M
Compression Study
16:30h - 16:50h
EuRAD11-02
Fast Implementation of
Sparse Reconstruction for
CS-based DoA Estimation
16:10h - 16:30h
EuRAD11-01
Unification of Compressed
Imaging Techniques in the
Microwave Range and
Deconvolution Strategy
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FRIDAY
241
EuRAD12
Innovative Radar
Architectures and
Technologies
Chair: Willem A. Hol, Thales Nederland B.V.
Co-Chair: Philippe Eudeline, Thales Air
Systems
08:30h - 08:50h
08:50h - 09:10h
09:10h - 09:30h
09:30h - 09:50h
09:50h - 10:10h
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EuRAD12-01
Method to Embed a DataLink on FMCW Chirps for
Communication Between
Cooperative 77-GHz Radar
Stations
W. Scheiblhofer1, R. Feger1, A. Haderer2,
A. Stelzer1, 1Institute for Communications
Engineering and RF-Systems, Linz, Austria,
2
Inras GmbH, Linz, Austria
EuRAD12-02
A Comparison of Staring
Radars With Scanning
Radars for UAV Detection
S. A. Harman, QinetiQ Ltd, Malvern, United
Kingdom
EuRAD12-03
Wind Farm Detection
using Weather Radar
S. Rzewuski, K. Kulpa, M. K. Baczyk, J. S.
Kulpa, A. Gromek, Warsaw University of
Technology, Warsaw, Poland
EuRAD12-04
Spectrum Estimation for
Cognitive Radar
M. LaManna1, P. Tommasino2, A. Trifiletti2,
P. Monsurro2, 1Evoelectronics, Rome, Italy,
2
Sapienza University of Rome, Rome, Italy
EuRAD12-05
An RF Scanning Receiver
Based on Photonics
for Electronic Warfare
Applications
P. Ghelfi1, D. Onori1, F. Laghezza1, F. Scotti1, A.
Albertoni2, A. Tafuto2, A. Bogoni1, 1CNIT, Pisa,
Italy, 2Elettronica SpA, Rome, Italy
242A
EuRAD13
Advanced Radar
Processing Techniques
Chair: Mateo Burgos Garcia, Univesidad
Politecnica Madrid
Co-Chair: Maria-Pilar Jarabo Amores,
Universidad de Alcala de Henares
EuRAD13-01
Achieving Subclutter
Visibility using Estimation
of Clutter Intensity and
Phase Shift
242B
EuRAD14
Focus Session on Advanced
Modelling, Processing
and Inversion Applied To
Ground Penetrating Radar
Chair: Cédric Le Bastard, Cerema-IETR,
Université de Nantes
Co-Chair: Lara Pajewski, University of
Roma 3
EuRAD14-01
Asymptotic Modelling of
Coherent Scattering from
Rough Pavements
B. Pikacz, Warsaw University of Technology,
Warsaw, Poland
N. Pinel1, C. Le Bastard2, C. Bourlier3,
1
Alyotech, Rennes, France, 2CEREMA, Les
Ponts de Cé, France, 3IETR, Nantes, France
EuRAD13-02
Investigation into
Distortion Control in
OFDM Radar by Spectral
Avoidance
EuRAD14-02
A Multifrequency BanachSpace Inversion Method
for Ground Penetrating
Radar Imaging
S. R. Pennock, C. H. Jenks, University of Bath,
Bath, United Kingdom
A. Fedeli1, M. Pastorino1, A. Randazzo1,
C. Estatico2, 1Department of Electrical,
Electronic, Telecommunication, University
of Genoa, Genoa, Italy, 2Department of
Mathematics, University of Genoa, Genova,
Italy
EuRAD13-03
Detection of Micro-motion
Targets in Buildings for
Through-the-Wall Radar
EuRAD14-03
Theoretical and
Experimental
Investigations of a
Ground-Based HighResolution SAR for Buried
Object Detection
L. Qiu, T. Jin, Z. Zhou, B. Lu, National
University of Defense Technology, Changsha,
China
EuRAD13-04
Realtime FPGA-based
Processing Unit for a HighResolution Automotive
MIMO Radar Platform
F. Meinl1, E. Schubert1, M. Kunert1, H. Blume2,
1
Robert Bosch GmbH, Leonberg, Germany,
2
Leibniz University Hannover, Hannover,
Germany
EuRAD13-05
Weighted Differenced
Phase Short-Time Doppler
Estimation and Fixed-Gain
Tracking for Industrial
Sensor Applications
T. J. Wächter, U. Siart, T. F. Eibert, Technische
Universität München, München, Germany
E. Schreiber, M. Peichl, S. Dill, S. Anger,
A. Heinzel, F. Bischeltsrieder, T. Kempf, M.
Jirousek, German Aerospace Center (DLR),
Wessling, Germany
EuRAD14-04
Recent Developments
of EM Non-Destructive
Testing in the Radar
Frequency-Band for the
Evaluation of Cover
Concretes
X. Dérobert1, G. Villain1, A. Ihamouten2,
1
Ifsttar - Centre de Nantes, Bouguenais,
France, 2Cerema, Les Ponts-de-Cé, France
EuRAD14-05
An UWB Through-TheWall Radar with 3D
Imaging, Detection and
Tracking Capabilities
P. Millot1, L. Castanet1, L. Casadebaig1, N. Maaref1, N.
Fortino2, J. Dauvignac2, G. Clémenti2, A. Gaugue3, M.
Ménard3, G. Louis3, J. Khamlichi3, M. Schortgen4, L.
Quellec4, V. Laroche4, 1ONERA, Toulouse, France, 2LEAT/
UNIVERSITY Nice, Valbonne, France, 3University La
Rochelle, La Rochelle, France, 4Tronico, Saint Philbert de
Bouaine, France
FRIDAY
241
EuRAD15
New Radar Architecture
and Enabling Technologies
Chair: Andreas Reigber, DLR
Co-Chair: Hermann Rohling, TUH
D. Onori1, F. Laghezza2, F. Scotti2, M. Scaffardi2,
A. Bogoni2, 1Scuola Superiore Sant’Anna, Pisa,
Italy, 2Inter-university National Consortium for
Telecommunications, Pisa, Italy
F. Scotti1, F. Laghezza1, D. Bogoni1, D. Onori2,
1
Inter-university National Consortium for
Telecommunications, Pisa, Italy, 2Scuola Superiore
Sant’Anna, Pisa, Italy
B. Cheong1,2, D. Bodine6, Y. Zhu1,2, C. Fulton1,2, S. Torres1,4,5, T. Maruyama7, R.
Palmer1,2,1Advanced Radar Research Center, University of Oklahoma, Norman, United
States, 2School of Electrical and Computer Engineering, University of Oklahoma,
Norman, United States, 3 School of Meteorology, University of Oklahoma, Norman,
United States, 4Cooperative Institute for Mesoscale Meteorological Studies, University
of Oklahoma, Norman, United States, 5 National Severe Storms Laboratory, National
Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, Norman, United States, 6National Center for
Atmospheric Research, Boulder, United States, 7Kyoto University, Kyoto, United States
B. Pyne1, V. Ravindra1, H. Saito2, 1University of
Tokyo, Tokyo, Japan, 2Institute of Space and
Astronautical Science (ISAS) /Japan Aerospace
Exploration Agency (JAXA), Sagamihara, Japan
12:10h - 12:30h
EuRAD15-05
An Improved Pulse Repetition
Frequency Selection Scheme
for Synthetic Aperture Radar
FRIDAY
N. del-Rey-Maestre, M. Jarabo-Amores, D. MataMoya, P. Gomez-del-Hoyo, J. Bárcena-Humanes,
University of Alcalá, Alcalá de Henares, Spain
11:50h - 12:10h
EuRAD15-04
Statistical Analysis of UHF
Bistatic Radar Clutter in
Coastal Scenarios
11:30h - 11:50h
EuRAD15-03
Emulating Polarimetric Radar
Signals from Tornadic Debris
Using a Radar-Cross-Section
Library
11:10h - 11:30h
EuRAD15-02
Data Fusion in a Fully
Coherent Photonics-Aided
Dual-Band Radar System
10:50h - 11:10h
EuRAD15-01
Coherent Radar/Lidar
Integrated Architecture
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242A
EuRAD16
Automotive and
Millimetre-wave Radar
Chair: Mateo Burgos Garcia, Universidad
Politecnica de Madrid
Co-Chair: Wolfgang Menzel, University
of Ulm
10:50h - 11:10h
11:10h - 11:30h
11:30h - 11:50h
11:50h - 12:10h
12:10h - 12:30h
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242B
EuRAD17
Focus Session on
Measurement and
Processing Techniques
for System Diagnostic
and Calibration
Chair: Laurent Le Coq, Université de Rennes
Co-Chair: Sergey Pivnenko, Technical
University of Denmark
EuRAD16-01
Automobile Radar CoChannel Interference
Modeling, Simulation and
Outage Analysis
EuRAD17-01
Combination of Time
and Spatial Filtering to
Improve Echo Reduction in
Antenna Measurements
N. D. J. Hettiarachchi1, 1RMIT University,
Melbourne, Australia
M. Sierra-Castañer1, J. García-Gasco1, P.
González-Blanco1, M. López-Morales1,
F. Saccardi2, L. J. Foged2, 1Universidad
Politécnica de Madrid, Madrid, Spain,
2
Microwave Vision Italy, Pomezia, Italy
EuRAD16-02
Theory and Practice: A
Two-Channel Automotive
Radar for ThreeDimensional Object
Detection
EuRAD17-02
Reflection Coefficient
Method for Antenna
Radiation Pattern
Measurements
X. Ding1, A. Carlsen1, D. Klotzbuecher2,
J. Schaefer1, M. Marple1, W. Poiger2, B.
Brust2, F. Trompeter2, 1Autoliv Active Safety,
Lowell, United States, 2Autoliv, Schweinfurt,
Germany
EuRAD16-03
Modification of DBSCAN
and Application to
Range/Doppler/DoA
Measurements for
Pedestrian Recognition
with an Automotive Radar
System
J. Ala-Laurinaho, Z. Du, V. Semkin, V. Viikari,
A. V. Räisänen, Aalto University School of
Electrical Engineering, Espoo, Finland
EuRAD17-03
Antenna Measurement
Applications for
Distributable, Probe-like
Network Analyzers
T. Dallmann, R. Cornelius, D. Heberling,
RWTH Aachen University, Aachen, Germany
T. Wagner, R. Feger, A. Stelzer, Johannes
Kepler University Linz, Linz, Austria
EuRAD16-04
Perimeter Surveillance
Radar in W-Band based
on Vehicle Collision
Avoidance Technology
EuRAD17-04
Compressed Sensing
Approach for Reflectarray
Diagnostic from Far Field
Measurements
R. Blázquez-García1, P. Almorox-González1,
M. Burgos-García1, C. Callejero-Andrés2, J.
Pantoja-Domínguez2, I. Gómez-Maqueda3,
1
Universidad Politécnica de Madrid, Madrid,
Spain, 2Alfa Imaging, S. A., Alcalá de
Henares, Spain, 3Sensowave, Madrid, Spain
M. Migliore1, B. Fuchs2, L. Le Coq2, L. FerroFamil2, 1Universita di Cassino e del Lazio
Meridionale, Cassino, Italie, 2Université de
Rennes 1 - IETR, Rennes, France
EuRAD16-05
Miniaturized 122 GHz ISM
Band FMCW Radar with
Micrometer Accuracy
EuRAD17-05
Application Aspects
of Advanced Antenna
Diagnostics with the 3D
Reconstruction Algorithm
S. Scherr1, B. Goettel1, S. Ayhan1, A. Bhutani1,
M. Pauli1, W. Winkler2, J. C. Scheytt3, T.
Zwick1, 1Karlsruhe Institute of Technology
(KIT), Karlsruhe, Germany, 2Silicon Radar
GmbH, Frankfurt (Oder), Germany,
3
University of Paderborn, Paderborn,
Germany
C. Cappellin1, S. Pivnenko2, 1TICRA,
Copenhagen, Denmark, 2Technical University
of Denmark, Kgs. Lyngby, Denmark
FRIDAY
241
EuRAD18
EuRAD Closing Session
Chair: Laurent Ferro-Famil, EuRAD 2015 Chair
Co-chair: Michèle Lalande, EuRAD 2015 TPC Chair
12:30h - 13:50h
Buffet Lunch
(Location to be announced at the event)
13:50h - 14:30h
Radar Horizon 2030: Challenges and Emerging
Technologies
Albert Huizing, TNO, The Hague, The Netherlands
Future challenges for radar include the demand for high performance and flexibility
to counter rapidly changing threats and environments. In addition, the deployment
of radars on small platforms requires systems with a small size, weight, power
consumption and cost (SWaP-C). Emerging radar signal processing techniques that
address these challenges include compressive sensing and cognitive methods such
as deep learning. Developments in quantum computing have the potential to enable
the application of these emerging signal processing techniques in radar systems.
14:30h - 14:50h
EuRAD Awards Ceremony
Chair: Christian Person, EuMW 2015 Awards Chair
EuRAD Best Paper Award
EuRAD Young Engineer Prize
Laurent Ferro-Famil, EuRAD 2015 Chair
Invitation to EuRAD 2016
David Daniels, EuRAD2016 Chair
12:30h - 15:00h
14:50h – 15:00h
Closing of EuRAD 2015
FRIDAY
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WELCOME MESSAGE
Welcome from the Workshop and Short Courses Chairs
The EuMW 2015 organising committee has provided you with
a large and diverse workshops and short courses programme
spanning from well-established microwave theory and
technologies to emerging materials, technologies and systems
that are currently attracting the interest of the community.
Among a very large number of high quality proposals, we
were able to select 21 workshops and 8 short courses. The
topics covered comprise theoretical and applicative aspects of
circuits and systems for RF and microwave applications. Specific
themes are really wide: mm-waves and THz (sensors, highdata-rate communications, tunable circuits, automotive, silicon
technologies, integration techniques for SoP, 5G), technologies
and design techniques for power devices, filters (reconfigurability,
synthesis methods, space applications), nanoscale devices
characterization, PCB technology, SDR circuits and systems
design, far-field wireless power transmission, nonlinear circuits
design, advanced circuits design using symmetry-related
electromagnetic properties, bio-electromagnetism, PMSE, high
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Luc Lapierre
WS and SC Co-Chair
RF power critical effects, RADARs (maritime RADARs, MIMO
RADARs, RADAR electromagnetic scattering modelling, geometric
RADAR processing), and beamforming networks.
Even though workshops and short courses are endorsed in
specific conferences, they should be attended by any scientist
planning to broaden its perspectives in the RF and microwave
field and looking for an interactive discussion with colleagues all
over the world. Indeed the programme is able to attract attendees
from several technical backgrounds, from the system level down
to new materials and components level. It is noteworthy that
we could not put together such a broad workshops and short
courses programme without the valuable and dedicated efforts
of the organisers and of the authors of the presentations. We
hope that you will enjoy technical depth and breadth of the
programme and that you will be engaged in fruitful discussion,
thus taking great advantage from the interactive nature of the
workshops and short courses programme in Paris.
WORKSHOPS AND SHORT COURSES - SUNDAY
Duration: 09:00h to 18:10h
Room 202+203
WS01
Sensors Towards Terahertz: Novel Technologies for Potential
"THz Killer Applications" in Life Sciences and Spectroscopy
Organisers:
Andreas Penirschke, Technische Universität Darmstadt, Germany
Sascha Preu, Technische Universität Darmstadt, Germany
Abstract
The vision of this workshop is to present the interdisciplinary research field of
Terahertz (THz) sensor system technologies. Offering higher spatial resolution
compared to microwaves, transparency of many materials, as well as sharp
spectral features of many biologically, medically, and environmentally relevant
substances, sensing can be the “killer” application for THz science. High specificity
due to narrow spectroscopic “fingerprints”, and harmlessness due to the nonionizing nature of THz radiation make it particularly interesting for biomedical applications. Still, there are only few commercial, medical or industrial
applications where THz radiation is extensively used, for several reasons: first,
the language barrier between engineering and medicine or biology; second,
the lower system performance as compared to the microwave and visible (power,
speed, and dynamic range); and last but not least the price tag of commercial THz
systems. The large potential of THz radiation due to the aforementioned
properties requires new concepts to overcome current limitations. Latest
approaches and realizations of potentially industrially relevant solutions will be
presented in this workshop.
The workshop focuses on two scientific objectives:
1) Key technologies for sensor systems will be addressed, targeting affordable,
room-temperature operating THz systems with fast data acquisition. This
includes latest developments in terms of high power, semiconductor-based
Terahertz sources, low noise detectors, and lasers with fast tuning for high speed
photomixing systems.
2) High performance THz systems and novel sensor principles for highest sensitivity
and specificity will be discussed. The latter includes functional layers based on
graphene and carbon nanotubes or resonant enhancement. Systems will be
elaborated at various examples of pioneering experiments, like metabolite
detection, plant science, tissue investigation and non-destructive testing.
Prospects, hurdles, and preliminary results for a Terahertz lab-on-chip are discussed.
Programme
09:00h - 09:10h Welcome
09:10h - 09:40h
Highly responsive millimeter wave zero bias Schottky
detectors
Andreas Penirschke, Technische Universität Darmstadt,
Darmstadt, Germany
09:40h - 10:10h
Integrated mm-wave near-field sensor concepts for
biomaterial characterization
Chafik Meliani, IHP Innovations for High Performance
Microelectronics, Frankfurt Oder, Germany
10:10h - 10:40h
Carbon nanotubes and graphene as functional materials
Hartmut Roskos, Goethe Universität Frankfurt, Frankfurt,
Germany
10:40h - 11:20h
Coffee Break
11:20h - 11:50h
1550 nm operated, versatile THz photomixers for trace
gas detection and lab-on-chip applications
Sascha Preu, Technische Universität Darmstadt, Darmstadt,
Germany
11:50h - 12:20h
Fast THz-spectroscopy using a MEMS-VCSEL based cw
THz-setup
Christian Gierl, Technische Universität Darmstadt, Darmstadt,
Germany
12:20h - 12:50h
Photonic Terahertz-Systems based optical
communication technologies
Thorsten Göbel, Fraunhofer Heinrich Hertz Institute, Berlin,
Germany
13:00h - 14:20h
Lunch Break
14:20h - 14:55h
Biological-biomedical (Bio)-THz: Can they be the THz
“Killer Application”?
Elliott R Brown, Wright State University, Dayton, Ohio, USA
14:55h - 15:30h
THz technology in life science
Jan Stake, Chalmers University of Technology, Göteborg,
Sweden
15:30h - 16:00h
Electromagnetic sensors for characterisation of
biological tissue, cells and membranes
Viktor Krozer, Ferdinand Braun Institute, Berlin, Germany
16:00h - 16:30h
Coffee Break
16:30h - 17:00h
In-vitro and in-vivo metabolites detection using subTHz and THz radiation
Pablo Acedo Gallardo, Departamento de Technologia
Electronica Universidad Carlos III de Madrid, Madrid, Spain
17:00h - 17:30h
Terahertz sensing in plant science
Ralf Gente, Philipps-Universität Marburg, Marburg, Germany
17:30h - 18:00h
Terahertz sensors: Out of the laboratory and into the
factory
Philip F Taday, TeraView Limited, Cambridge, UK
18:00h - 18:10h
Open discussion and concluding remarks
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WORKSHOPS AND SHORT COURSES - SUNDAY
Duration: 09:00h to 13:00h
Room 212+213
WS02
100 Gbit/s Wireless Communications at High mm-Wave
Frequencies
Programme
09:00h - 09:10h Organisers:
J. Christoph Scheytt, Heinz Nixdorf Institute, University Paderborn, Germany
Rolf Kraemer, IHP GmbH, Frankfurt (Oder), Germany
09:10h - 09:40h
Duration: 14:20h to 18:10h
Ultra high speed wireless transmission: Quo vadis ?
Rolf Kraemer, IHP GmbH, Frankfurt (Oder), Germany
09:40h - 10:10h
Abstract
The demand for ever higher data rates is driving research for broadband wireless
communications to data rates of 100 Gbit/s and beyond. This workshop presents
research work on 100 Gbit/s wireless communications that uses carrier frequencies
beyond 200 GHz with bandwidths of 20 GHz or more and moderate spectral
efficiencies. Various wireless system and component design aspects are covered
including mm-wave antenna design, MMIC radio design, broadband analog and
digital baseband signal processing, as well as high-data rate protocol processing.
The speakers are recognized researchers in their fields. All are actively involved
in research on 100 Gb/s wireless communications and related fields and work
together in the Priority Program of the Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft (DFG)
SPP 165 “Wireless 100 Gb/s and Beyond”. Presentations of six speakers will address
challenges and solutions for high data-rate wireless communication systems from
the perspectives of the overall system as well as the system components in the RF,
analog and digital domain. The workshop will close with an interactive panel. The
participants will have the possibility to submit questions in written form during
the workshop which will then be jointly addressed in the interactive panel. Some
samples of the research work such as e.g. antennas, MMICs or modules will be
shown. The proposed workshop addresses an emerging technology that is of
strong interest to the microwave community. It is currently investigated by various
research groups around the world and is gaining attention by standardization
organizations and industry.
Welcome
Integration of antennas into low-cost millimeter-wave
transceivers
Thomas Zwick, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Germany
10:10h - 10:40h
Wideband IQ transmitter (Tx) and receiver (Rx)
components towards 100 Gbit/s communication
Ullrich Pfeiffer, University of Wuppertal, Germany
10:40h - 11:20h
Coffee Break
11:20h - 11:50h
MMIC-based wireless communication frontends
operating at up to 100 Gbps
Ingmar Kallfass, University of Stuttgart, Germany
11:50h - 12:20h
Mixed-signal baseband processing for 100 Gbit/s
communications
J. Christoph Scheytt, University of Paderborn, Germany
12:20h - 12:50h
A Parallel protocol processing framework for ultra highspeed wireless communication
Jörg Nolte, Brandenburg Technical University, Germany
12:50h - 13:00h
Discussion
Room 212+213
WS03
Technologies Overview for mm-Wave Tunable Circuits
Programme
Organisers:
Gustavo Pamplona Rehder, Laborarory of Microelectronics, University of São Paulo,
Brazil
Rolf Jakoby, Technische Universität Darmstadt, Germany
Abstract
Reconfigurability/tunability has become an essential feature of modern agile RF
and future mm-wave apparatuses and systems for wireless communications,
sensing and imaging. In the coming decades there will be a paradigm shift towards
smart, cognitive and agile wireless sensing (including imaging) and communication
systems. The use of mm-wave frequencies will lead to communications systems
showing very high data-rate capabilities along with sensing and imaging systems
with high spatial resolution. These include frequency-agile/software-defined
and cognitive radios to cope with extendable and reconfigurable multi-service/
standard and multi-band operation as well as with efficient spectrum and power
utilization. These concepts will reduce significantly the number of components,
hardware complexity, cost and human radiation exposure compared to today’s
radio technology, which relies on incompatible communications systems with
inflexible hardware. Space-agile antenna configurations for flexible and efficient
beam-scanning, beam-focusing, and beam-forming allow for precisely focusing the
microwave energy into well-defined areas. This workshop will focus on tunable
circuits using promising technologies for mm-wave applications such as liquid
crystal, MEMS, BST and CMOS. One specialist from academia and industry on
each technology will focus on their advantages and disadvantages with examples
and results, comparing the state-of the-art within their technology and between
technologies.
14:20h - 14:30h Welcome
14:30h - 15:15h
Liquid-crystal-based tunable circuits for mm-wave
applications
Rolf Jakoby, Technische Universität Darmstadt, Germany
15:15h - 16:00h
16:00h - 16:30h
Coffee Break
16:30h - 17:00h
MEMS a promising technology for tunable mm-wave
circuits
Gustavo Pamplona Rehder, University of São Paulo, Brazil
17:00h - 17:30h
Recent advances of CMOS/BiCMOS tunable components
for mm-wave applications
Thomas Quémerais, Alice Bossuet, Daniel Gloria,
STMicroelectronics, France.
Christophe Gaquière, Francois Danneville, Gilles Dambrine,
Marina Deng,
IEMN, Lille, France.
Estelle Lauga-Larroze, Jean-Michel Fournier.
Grenoble Alpes University, IMEP-LAHC, Grenoble, France
17:30h - 18:00h
Recent advances of CMOS/BiCMOS tunable circuits for
mm-wave applications
Emmanuel Pistono, Alfredo Bautista, Jose Lugo, Ekta Sharma,
Zyad Iskandar, Florence Podevin, Sylvain Bourdel, Philippe
Ferrari, University of Grenoble-Alpes, Grenoble, France
18:00h - 18:10h
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Integrated ferroelectric circuits up to mm-waves
Fabio Coccetti, LAAS-CNRS, Toulouse, France
Discussion
WORKSHOPS AND SHORT COURSES - SUNDAY
Duration: 09:00h to 13:00h
Room 243
WS04
Latest Developments in GaN PA Technologies and
Techniques
Programme
Organisers:
Kamal K. Samanta, Milmega/AMETEK Ltd., UK
Bumman Kim, Pohang University of Science and Technology (POSTECH), Korea
09:00h - 09:10h Welcome
09:10h - 09:40h
Advanced GaN based power amplifier architectures with
improved energy efficiency and bandwidth performance
Christian Fager, Microwave Electronics Laboratory,
Microtechnology and Nanoscience, Chalmers University of
Technology, Sweden
Abstract
Advanced RF/microwave applications demand power amplifiers with ever
greater linear power in conjunction with high efficiency and bandwidth at a
low cost. As a result, power amplifiers are considered as the most critical and
expensive component in a RF-front module, and the new power systems, like
RADARs, transmitters, EMC tester, jammers, etc., require the latest state-of-theart semiconductor and integration technologies to deliver optimum performance
within a compact size and light weight. The attractive material properties of GaN
make GaN-HEMT a superior candidate to meet these demanding requirements,
and since its introduction GaN PAs have been creating many records. However,
their potential still needs to be better understood and utilized. In a GaN transistor,
owing to generation of ultra-high heat flux at the micro-scale gate fingers, PAs are
thermally limited much below the electrical capability of the devices. As a result,
efficient and novel design technique, thermal management, biasing technique,
mode/class of operation etc. play very crucial roles towards gratifying the new
generation PA requirements. In addition, withstanding high output mismatch and
achieving linearization and modulation requirements with an extreme bandwidth
(like in EMC/EW); meeting the power, bandwidth as well as efficiency in Doherty;
and the effect of trapping/memory on a device performance raise several technical
challenges to address.
This very timely workshop will attribute a wide range of presentations, highlighting
the recent important advancements in GaN PA circuits design and linearization
to system implementation. Most importantly, the workshop will make participants
aware of the critical issues with design hints, technology challenges and the latest
state-of-the-art developments in terms of bandwidth, output power, linearity and
efficiency, which enabling advanced industrial applications from mono-and multiband wireless communication to ultra-wideband EMC and RADARs. The speakers
are the experts and are the leading contributors in both industrial and academic
sectors.
Duration: 14:20h to 18:10h
09:40h - 10:10h
X-band GaN PAs for high PAR communication and radar
signals
Zoya Popovic, University of Colorado at Boulder, USA
10:10h - 10:40h
Advanced ultra-wideband GaN power amplifier systems
Kamal K Samanta, Milmega Ltd, Park Road, Ryde, UK
10:40h - 11:20h
Coffee Break
11:20h - 11:50h
Design approaches for improved performance of
asymmetric Doherty power amplifier
Bumman Kim, Pohang University of Science and Technology
(POSTECH), Korea
11:50h - 12:20h
Broadband, multiband and multiway Doherty PAs with
GaN HEMTs
Renato Negra, UMIC Research Centre, RWTH Aachen University,
Germany
12:20h - 12:50h
Advances in linearization of Wideband GaN power
amplifiers
Allen Katz, College of New Jersey, USA
12:50h - 13:00h
Discussion
Room 243
WS05
GaN Technology for Space Applications
Programme
Organisers:
Paolo Colantonio, University of Roma Tor Vergata, Italy
Francisco de Arriba, TTI, Spain
14:20h - 14:30h Welcome
14:30h - 15:00h
A 230W complete SSPA for Galileo satellite system
exploiting GaN European technology: the SLOGAN
project
Abstract
With the increased usage of satellite communication systems, high efficiency and
high output power amplifiers have also been required for satellite transponders
and will be demanded in the future.
In this context, solid-state power amplifier (SSPA) based on GaN technology is
considered a promising optimum solution to replace the actual travelling wave
tube amplifiers (TWTA) which need extremely high voltage (thousands of volts) and
whose reliability is critical due to hot electrons in vacuum tube.
Currently, power GaN technology is beginning to be used in the terrestrial
commercial application for telecommunications high power and high efficiency
technology a key factor for base stations. The advantage of GaN is the wider
frequency bandwidth, the better thermal budget (suitable for CW mode application),
the integration (compact module for radar) and the higher cut-off frequency.
The exploitation of GaN technology for space applications is the basis for addressing
the space market and developing future business opportunities. The aim of this
workshop is to present significant contributions related to activities and scientific
results performed for the space qualification of GaN technologies in Europe.
Francisco de Arriba, and Rocco Giofrè, TTI, Spain, and Univ.
Roma Tor Vergata, Italy
15:00h - 15:30h
Towards the realization of a single-chip front-end in
GaN technology
Ernesto Limiti, University of Roma Tor Vergata, Italy
15:30h - 16:00h
GaN-based DC-DC converters in space
Rudiger Quay, Fraunhofer IAF, Freiburg, Germany
16:00h - 16:40h
16:40h - 17:10h
Coffee Break
Selex ES GaN technology for space application
Claudio Lanzieri, Selex-ES, Italy
17:10h - 17:40h
P-band High Power GaN SSPA
Hans Harbers, TNO, Netherland, Pier Giorgio Arpesi, Selex-ES,
Italy
17:40h - 18:10h
In orbit demonstration of European GaN technology first results and lessons learned
Andrew Barnes, ESA-ESTEC, Netherland
18:10h - 18:20h
Discussion
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WORKSHOPS AND SHORT COURSES - SUNDAY
Duration: 09:00h to 18:10h
Room 221M + 222M
WS06
Recent Advances on High Performance Reconfigurable
Filters
Programme
09:00h - 09:10h Organisers:
Paola Farinelli, RF Microtech SRL, Italy
Jorge Daniel Martínez, Technical University of Valencia, Spain
09:10h - 09:55h
Different tuning technologies will be covered during the workshop: from
semiconductors to RF MEMS, liquid crystals or piezo-motors among others.
Moreover critical issues like in-band performance degradation, constant absolute
bandwidth and type-of response control will be discussed. The workshop is
promoted by the EuMA Topical Group on RF MEMS.
Micromachined transfer function adaptive filters
Dimitros Perolis, Purdue University, USA
09:55h - 10:40h
MEMS, PCM and mechanical tunable filters
Pierre Blondy and Stephane Bila, XLIM CNRS Université de
Limoges, France
Abstract
This workshop focuses on recent advances and challenges associated to the
realization of high performance reconfigurable microwave filters. This is an exciting
and very challenging topic that is evolving from basic frequency tuneable structures
to highly reconfigurable devices capable of keeping a competitive EM performance
compared to their fixed counterparts. The first part of the workshop will focus on
lumped-element, planar and substrate-integrated structures targeting moderateto-high Q-factor in a very compact footprint. The second part will focus on recent
realizations of high-Q 3D tuneable filters.
Welcome
10:40h - 11:20h
Coffee Break
11:20h - 12:05h
Compact tunable filters based on substrate integrated
coaxial resonators
Stefano Sirci, Technical University of Valencia, Spain
12:05h - 12:50h
Electronically tunable filters based on microwave liquid
crystal technology
Tobias Franke and Antonio Prasetiadi, Technische Universität
Darmstadt, Darmstadt, Germany
13:00h - 14:20h
Lunch Break
14:20h - 15:05h
Mm-wave and sub mm-wave MEMS reconfigurable
waveguide components and systems
Joachim Oberhammer, KTH Royal Institute of Technology,
Sweden
15:05h - 15:50h
Reconfigurable waveguide filters for
telecommunication systems
Luca Pelliccia, RF Microtech, Italy
16:00h - 16:30h
16:30h - 17:15h
Coffee Break
Tunable filters for wireless base stations
Raafat Mansour, University of Waterloo, Canada
17:15h - 18:00h
Recent advances on high performance reconfigurable
filters
Ming Yu, COMDEV, Canada
18:00h - 18:10h
Duration: 09:00h to 13:00h
Room 231M + 232M
WS07
RF-Technologies on the Move: The Races of Integrated mmWave Automotive Radar and Sensing Technologies
Programme
09:00h - 09:10h Organisers:
Franz Dielacher, Infineon Technologies, Villach, Austria
Ruediger Quay, Fraunhofer IAF, Freiburg, Germany
Abstract
Safety and mobility are key aspects of societal changes declared by the European
Community. Mm-wave IC radar and active sensing technologies have been
commercially on the move since the early nineties to provide cost and energy
efficient high-performance radars for an increasing number of cars and thus human
beings saved from crashes. Ever since specialized GaAs ICs have been declared
technologically dead a million times, however, are still being and continue to be
deployed for the different systems in greater numbers for some time. Efficient SiGe
bipolar technologies are being now available and integrated in this innovative,
however, in some ways also conservative market. In addition silicon CMOS in
the latest generations is now also discussed to provide advantages based on
the reduction in power as radar manufacturers will need more beams with finer
resolution which translates into more chip area. Further the co-integration of the
digital functions holds great promise for the overall radar functionality on system
level. Further III-V devices still hold their beauties for even more advanced systems.
The workshop will discuss the actual balance in this race at this point in time. Five
speakers, at least one from each part of the community, will provide their visions. A
panel organised at the end will discuss issues collected during the talks.
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09:10h - 09:55h
Welcome
Advanced SiGe circuits for mm-Wave radar applications
Nils Pohl, Fraunhofer FHR, Germany
09:55h - 10:40h
SiGe BiCMOS devices for active safety systems
Franz Dielacher, Infineon Technologies, Austria
10:40h - 11:20h
Coffee Break
11:20h - 11:50h
Millimeter-wave CMOS automotive radar-on-chip:
tomorrow or the day after?
Wim van Thillo, IMEC, Belgium
11:50h - 12:20h
Trends for modern GaAs integrated car radars
Klaus Beilenhoff, United Monolithic Semiconductors, Germany
12:20h - 12:50h
Highly integrated InP DHBT-based receive/ transmit
MMICs for high data rate wireless communication in the
D-band (110-170 GHz)
Herbert Zirath, Chalmers University, Sweden
12:50h - 13:00h
Discussion
WORKSHOPS AND SHORT COURSES - SUNDAY
Duration: 14:20h to 18:10h
Room 231M + 232M
WS08
Microwave Characterization of Nanoscale Devices
Programme
Organisers:
Christophe Gaquière, IEMN University of Lille, France
Ferry Kienberger, Keysight Technologies, Measurement Research Lab Austria,
Austria
Abstract
One of most overlooked challenges in metrology is the microwave characterization
of nanoscale materials and components. New electrical measurement
methodologies and analyses are required to characterize the behavior of these
new emerging materials and devices.
Indeed, HF Instruments and methodologies are confronted with major limitations
in terms of accuracy with respect to nanodevices. The main causes are related to
the dimensional and electrical mismatches comparing to the current equipment.
The impedances of nanodevices reach several KΩ which is too far, compared to
the 50 ohms normalized impedance. Moreover, test structures generate important
parasites as compared to the intrinsic values. In this context, the workshop will
present different characterization methods with or without contacts developed
to characterize the nanodevices. All the brand new techniques for microwave
characterization combining GSG micro-probes, non-contact probing, and SMM
will be presented.
14:20h - 14:30h Welcome
14:30h - 15:00h Scanning probe microscopy for nanotechnology: from
microwaves to infrared imaging
Marco Farina, Università Politecnica delle Marche, Ancona, Italy
15:00h - 15:30h Quantitative evaluation of nanometer-scale electrical
properties by microwave AFM
Yang Ju, Nagoya University, Japan
15:30h - 16:00h Design, fabrication and characterization of micro
machined microwave probes for on-wafer testing of
microelectronics
Gilles Dambrine, IEMN University of Lille, France
16:00h - 16:30h Coffee Break
16:30h - 17:00h Recent advances in scanning microwave microscopy:
complex impedance, bio- and subsurface imaging
Ferry Kienberger, Keysight Technologies Austria, Austria
17:00h - 17:30h Time and frequency domain characterization of buried
micro- and nano-inclusions by means of transmission
microwave microscopy
Romolo Marcelli, CNR-IMM Roma, Italy
17:30h - 18:00h Mid-infrared/THz near-field nanoscopy of organic and
inorganic samples
Jean Francois Lampin, IEMN University of Lille, France
18:00h - 18:10h Discussion
Duration: 09:00h to 13:00h
Room 234M + 235M
WS09
Microwave Measurements and Electromagnetic
Simulations of Printed Circuit Boards (PCBs) for High Speed
Digital and Radio Frequency (RF) Applications
Organisers:
Martin Salter, National Physical Laboratory, Teddington, UK
Ralf Doerner, Ferdinand-Braun-Institut, Leibniz-Institut für Höchstfrequenztechnik,
Berlin, Germany
Abstract
With ever increasing data rates, modern high speed digital signals contain
significant frequency content in the microwave region of the spectrum. As a result,
microwave techniques are required in the design of high speed digital systems to
minimise cross-talk and to maintain signal integrity. Linked to the high-speed data
transmission, the requirements on radio frequency (RF) front ends are also steadily
increasing. Microwave measurements (using Vector Network Analyzers (VNAs) as
well as oscilloscopes) and three dimensional (3D) electromagnetic simulation both
have a role to play in the development of such high speed digital and RF systems.
This workshop will present state of the art measurement techniques for high
speed digital and RF Printed Circuit Boards (PCBs) as well as the application of
contemporary electromagnetic simulation tools to obtain a better understanding
of such systems.
Programme
09:00h - 09:25h Microstrip and stripline configurations for printed circuit
board (PCB) applications and selected measurement issues
Siddharta Sinha1, Franz-Josef Schmueckle1, Ralf Doerner1, and
Andrej Rumiantsev2,
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FBH, Berlin, Germany and 2MPI Corporation, Hsin Chu, Taiwan
09:25h - 09:50h A reference printed circuit board (PCB) for validating
microwave measurements on PCBs and a differential
calibration kit for traceable measurements
Martin Salter1, Nick Ridler1, Djamel Allal2, Francois Ziade2, Martin
Hudlicka3 and Tomas Pavlicek3, 1NPL, Teddington, UK, 2LNE, Paris,
France and 3CMI, Prague, Czech Republic
09:50h - 10:15h Radiation of microstrip edge mounted transitions –
measurement problems
Karel Hoffmann, CTU, Prague, Czech Republic
10:15h - 10:40h De-embedding techniques in measurements of printed
circuit board (PCB) backplanes and dense fixture
environments
Jon Martens, Anritsu, Morgan Hill, CA, USA
10:40h - 11:20h Coffee Break
11:20h - 11:45h Using microprobing, modeling and error correction
techniques to optimize channel design
Mike Resso, Keysight Technologies, Santa Rosa, CA, USA
11:45h - 12:10h Multiport vector network analyzers: A powerful tool for the
verification of high-data-rate digital circuit designs
Thilo Bednorz, Rohde & Schwarz GmbH & Co. KG, Munich, Germany
12:10h - 12:35h Closing the loop between measuring and modelling
insertion loss on printed circuit boards (PCBs)
Paul Carre, Neil Chamberlain, and Martyn Gaudion, Polar
Instruments Ltd, Guernsey, UK
12:35h - 13:00h Panel Discussion
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Duration: 14:20h to 18:10h
Room 234M + 235M
WS10
Transceiver/IF Structures and Modelling for Wideband and
SDR Systems
Programme
14:20h - 14:30h Organisers:
Nuno Borges Carvalho, Universidade de Aveiro, Portugal
Jon Martens, Anritsu, USA
14:30h - 15:10h
System modeling of wideband receivers
John Wood, Maxim Integrated
15:10h - 15:50h
Abstract
This new workshop aims to cover aspects related to transceivers for wide-IF and
SDR systems, which is a rapidly growing area of investigation for 5G and other
applications. As SDR systems proliferate and wider-IF receivers and transmitters
are needed for other reasons (multi-channel, wide modulation bandwidth…), the
study of the transceivers themselves is increasingly important. Topics including IF
and system model development, receiver front-ends, transceiver metrics (including
EVM and separate linearity measures), wide- and multiple-IF system structures,
will be covered in this workshop.
Welcome
Using behavioural models in the design of nonlinear
microwave circuits. Application to microwave power
detectors and (free-running/synchronized) oscillator
circuit design
M. F. Barciela, Ana Peláez-Pérez, A. Rodríguez-Testera, S.
Woodington and P. J. Tasker, Universidad de Vigo, Spain
15:50h - 16:20h
Coffee Break
16:20h - 17:00h
System level modelling of wideband transceiver
components using advanced nonlinear measurement
techniques
Christian Fager, Chalmers University, Sweden
17:00h - 17:30h
The use of mixed-signal characterization for SDR design
Nuno Borges Carvalho, Universidade de Aveiro, Portugal
17:30h - 18:00h
Wide-IF receiver linearity and distortion mechanisms
Jon Martens, Anritsu, USA
18:00h - 18:10h
Duration: 09:00h to 18:10h
Discussion
Room 111 - 112 - 113
WS11
Far-field Wireless Power Transmission
Programme
Organisers:
Nuno Borges Carvalho, Universidade de Aveiro, Portugal
Apostolos Georgiadis, CTTC, Spain
Alessandra Costanzo, University of Bologna, Italy
Luca Roselli, University of Perugia, Italy
09:00h - 09:10h Welcome
09:10h - 09:55h
Wireless grid to realize battery-less wireless sensor
networks
Kei Sakaguchi, Osaka University, Japan
09:55h - 10:40h
Abstract
In this workshop far-field wireless power transmission will be discussed and
analysed. The workshop will address WPT applications, theory and techniques in
a plenitude of solutions spanning from the Internet of Things, Space applications,
5G approaches with a general concept in mind that is the removal or reduction of
battery needs.
Confirmed speakers from different continents will give an overview of what is
being done in this direction in Europe, Japan and USA. It is expected that some
demonstrations will be presented and discussed during the workshop.
Microwave compact rectenna for far-field powering of
wireless sensors
Alexandru Takacs, CNRS, LAAS, Univ de Toulouse, Toulouse,
France
10:40h - 11:20h
Coffee Break
11:20h - 12:05h
Non-directive and directive far-field wireless powering
system analysis
Zoya Popovic, University of Colorado, Boulder, USA
12:05h - 12:50h
Far-field wireless power transfer for autonomous
sensors
Hubregt Visser, Holst Centre IMEC and Eindhoven University of
Technology, Holland
13:00h - 14:20h
Lunch Break
14:20h - 15:05h
Energy autonomous RF systems for wearable
applications
Alessandra Costanzo, University of Bologna, Italy
15:05h - 16:00h
Circuit challenges and optimization of far-field wireless
power transfer systems
Apostolos Georgiadis and Ana Collado, Centre Tecnologic de
Telecomunicacions de Catalunya, Spain
16:00h - 16:30h
Coffee Break
16:30h - 17:15h
Energy shower and energy evaporation, two opposite
directions to wirelessly power supply daylife electronic
equipments
Luca Roselli, University of Perugia, Italy
17:15h - 18:00h
Multi-band WPT for passive sensor networks
Nuno Borges Carvalho, Universidade de Aveiro, Portugal
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Open discussion and concluding remarks
WORKSHOPS AND SHORT COURSES - SUNDAY
Duration: 09:00h to 18:10h
Room 101 - 102 - 103
WS12
SiGe for mm-Wave and THz
Programme
Organisers:
09:00h - 09:10h Welcome
Thomas Zimmer, University of Bordeaux, France
09:10h - 09:40h
Advances in SiGe BiCMOS technology for mm-wave
applications in the DOTSEVEN Project
Abstract
This workshop will cover SiGe HBT technologies as well as SiGe enabled mm-wave
and THz applications. In fact, nowadays SiGe technologies have passed the 600
GHz barrier in terms of maximum oscillation frequency and the 700 GHz barrier is
foreseen to fall in 2015. Intrinsic advantages of SiGe HBTs such as co-integration
with CMOS permit to design compact, reliable and cost efficient systems for mmwave applications.
The workshop comprises 4 sessions: In the first session, the world-leading SiGe
technologies from Europe will be presented. The second sessions address compact
modelling and design challenges for mm-wave and THz devices and circuits. In the
third sessions, radar related innovative design concepts will be introduced. In the
last session, end users will give insights about application challenges and potential
solutions for qualified products.
Klaus Aufinger, Infineon, Germany
09:40h - 10:10h
55nm SiGe BiCMOS for optical, wireless and highperformance analog applications
Pascal Chevalier, STMicroelectronics, France
10:10h - 10:40h
Optimization of vertical doping profiles for high-speed
SiGe HBTs
Holger Rücker, IHP, Germany
10:40h - 11:20h
Coffee Break
11:20h - 12:05h
Impact of physical effects and compact modeling on
mm-wave circuit performance
Andreas Pawlak, Dresden University of Technology, Germany
12:05h - 12:50h
Challenges in modeling, design, and characterization of
Terahertz circuits in silicon
Ullrich Pfeiffer, University of Wuppertal, Germany
13:00h - 14:20h
Lunch Break
14:20h - 15:05h
From adaptive modulation schemes towards software
defined radar (SDR)
Andreas Stelzer, Johannes Kepler University Linz, Austria
15:05h - 16:00h
Concepts for highly integrated automotive radar circuits
Rainer Stuhlberger, Infineon - DICE GmbH & Co KG, Austria
16:00h - 16:30h
Coffee Break
16:30h - 17:15h
Beyond 10 Gbit/s mm-wave wireless communication
using SiGe BiCMOS transceivers
Erik Öjefors, SiversIMA, Sweden
17:15h - 18:00h
Application challenges and potential solutions for
robust radar sensors
Dirk Steinbuch, Bosch, Germany
18:00h - 18:10h
Open discussion and concluding remarks
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Duration: 09:00h to 18:10h
Room 124M + 125M
SCS01
Nonlinear Microwave Circuit Design: The Basics of
Computer Aided Nonlinear Microwave Circuit Design
Organisers:
José C. Pedro, Instituto de Telecomunicações – Universidade de Aveiro, Portugal
David E. Root, Keysight Technologies, Inc., USA
Abstract
Because most electrical engineering programs and industrial design procedures
are still focused on linear analysis and design tools, the vast majority of microwave
designers are not prepared to profit from the technological advancements that
have been made on nonlinear microwave simulation, active device modeling and
specific laboratory instrumentation for device characterization, model extraction
and performance verification. So, they tend to conduct their designs relying on
experience, heuristic concepts, and many trial and error iterations in the lab.
The Short Course on The Basics of Computer Aided Nonlinear Microwave Circuit
Design was exactly conceived to bridge this gap. It starts by providing a summary
of the properties of nonlinear systems to then evolve to review the various CAD
tools – nonlinear device models and circuit simulators – available to assist the
microwave circuit designer. Then, to facilitate the comprehension of these concepts,
the course presents a practical perspective of the application of these tools
presenting and discussing with the attendees all the steps comprising the design
of a power amplifier from the active device model extraction, to the selection of
bias and terminations, up to the performance verification.
Therefore, the learning objectives and outcomes of this short course are to provide
the attendees with the basics of nonlinear microwave circuit design, usually
lacking in their college (and even some times graduate school) education, which
will enable them to profit from the recent developments we have seen in nonlinear
circuit simulation algorithms, active device model formulation and dedicated
laboratory instrumentation for nonlinear model extraction and design verification.
Duration: 09:00h to 13:00h
Programme
09:00h - 09:10h Welcome
09:10h - 10:40h
Part1: linear and nonlinear circuits - properties of
nonlinear circuits and systems
José Carlos Pedro, Universidade de Aveiro, Portugal
10:40h - 11:20h
Coffee Break
11:20h - 13:00h
Part 2: basic nonlinear microwave circuit analysis
techniques
José Carlos Pedro, Universidade de Aveiro, Portugal
13:00h - 14:20h
14:20h - 16:00h
Lunch break
Part 3: linear and nonlinear device modeling - 1
David E. Root, Keysight Technologies, Inc., USA
16:00h - 16:30h
16:30h - 17:30h
Coffee break
Part 4: linear and nonlinear device modeling - 2
David E. Root, Keysight Technologies, Inc., USA
17:30h - 18:00h
Part 5: power amplifier design example
José Carlos Pedro, Universidade de Aveiro, Portugal
18:00h - 18:10h
Open discussion and concluding remarks
Room 134M + 135M
SCS02
Fundamentals of Microwave Power Amplifier Designs
Programme
Organisers:
09:00h - 09:10h Welcome
Ali Rezazadeh, University of Manchester, UK
Franco Giannini, Universita’ di Roma `Tor Vergata`, Italy
09:10h - 09:40h
High performance semiconductor devices for power
amplifiers
Abstract
Semiconductor power amplifiers are a key component of the circuitry that drives
RF and microwave transmission and have received a great deal of attention and
development effort over the last decade. This short course aims to provide a
comprehensive overview of all aspects of fundamental semiconductor microwave
power amplifiers designs. The course is an introductory module aimed at graduate
engineers who have moved into the field of RF design. The speakers are experts in
these areas from well-known recognized organizations.
Ali Rezazadeh, University of Manchester, UK
09:40h - 10:10h
Small and large signal models and algorithms
Giorgio Leuzzi, Universita`dell’Aquila, Italy
10:10h - 10:40h
Design techniques
Gijs van der Bent, TNO, The Netherlands
10:40h - 11:20h
Coffee break
11:20h - 11:50h
High efficiency power amplifiers for high frequency
application
V. Franco Giannini, University of Roma Tor Vergata, Italy
11:50h - 12:20h
Advanced concepts for power amplifiers in
communication systems
Paolo Colantonio and Alessandro Cidronali, University of Roma
Tor Vergata and University of Florence, Italy
12:20h - 12:50h
IMD control issues in power amplifiers
Angel Mediavilla, University of Cantabria, Spain
12:50h - 13:00h
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WORKSHOPS AND SHORT COURSES - SUNDAY
Duration: 14:20h to 18:10h
Room 134M + 135M
SCS03
Design by Mathematics of Full Software Radio Circuits and
Systems: Methodology and Application to 5G Standard
Programme
14:20h - 14:30h Organisers:
François Rivet, University of Bordeaux, France
Abstract
The goal of this tutorial is to present our original methodology of Full Software
Radio system design. The diversity of communication standards implies the use
of multi-band and multi-mode radios. That is why Full Software Radio proposes to
challenge a new way of integrating RF circuits and systems by tackling the main
issue: transceiving concurrently any RF signal within a very wide band of interest
for telecommunication industry, from DC to 5 GHz for instance. The focus of this
tutorial will concern the design by mathematics of such RF transceiver, exploring
novel approaches along with a thorough discussion of advanced techniques for
these receivers and transmitters towards a revolution in RF integrated circuits and
systems using 28 nm FDSOI STMicroelectronics technology.
14:30h - 16:00h
Welcome
Sampled Analog Signal Processor (SASP)
François Rivet, University of Bordeaux, France
16:00h - 16:30h
16:30h - 17:15h
Coffee Break
Walsh transmitter
Yann Deval, University of Bordeaux, France
17:15h - 18:00h
The Riemann Pump
Yoan Veyrac, University of Bordeaux, France
18:00h - 18:10h
Discussion
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Duration: 08:30h to 17:50h
Room 242B
WM01
Fundamentals and Engineering Considerations of Terahertz
Technologies: from Devices to Applications
Programme
08:30h - 08:40h Organisers:
Dimitris Pavlidis, Boston University & National Science Foundation, USA
Imran Mehdi, Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL), USA
Javier Mateos, University of Salamanca, Spain
08:40h - 09:10h
Terahertz applications and upcoming space missions
Imran Mehdi, Jet Propulsion Laboratory, Pasadena, CA, USA
09:10h - 09:40h
Abstract
THz technology development is a vibrant scientific field with new discoveries and
techniques being utilized to advance the State-of-the-Art. While novel material
systems such as grapheme have shown promise in the THz range, fully functional
systems in the THz range are also becoming more common. This workshop will
bring together experts from various academic, national labs and commercial
enterprises to discuss the most recent advances in their respective fields and to
provide insight into what the future might hold for exploration of this frequency
range. It will focus on a variety of materials such as traditional III-Vs,
III-Nitrides and Graphene, as well as various device concepts for efficient THz
generation and detection. The operation of the components to be discussed is
based on plasmonics, photoconductors, plasma waves, photomixing, Resonant
Tunneling, Negative Differential Resistance. Devices such as Quantum Cascade
Lasers and Self-switching Diodes will also be addressed. The Workshop is intended
primarily for young scientists and engineers who are interested in learning about
this emerging field, but is also useful for individuals with a more advanced
understanding of related concepts. The topics addressed include fundamental and
engineering considerations. The latest results in Terahertz technologies will also
be presented.
Welcome
Fundamentals and latest results on nitride-based twoand three-terminal devices for frequencies extending to
Terahertz
Dimitris Pavlidis, Boston University, USA
09:40h - 10:10h
Planar nanodiodes for THz detection and mixing
Javier Mateos, University of Salamanca, Spain
10:10h - 10:50h
Coffee break
10:50h - 11:20h
Frequency increase and high functionality of roomtemperature terahertz oscillators using resonant
tunneling diodes
Masahiro Asada and Safumi Suzuki, Tokyo Institute of
Technology, Japan
11:20h - 12:00h
THz Optoelectronic devices
Yanko Todorov, Stefano Barbieri, Djamal Gacemi, Maria Amanti,
Angela Vasanelli and Carlo Sirtori, Université Paris-Diderot,
France
12:00h - 13:50h
Lunch break
13:50h - 14:20h
Physical limits and latest developments of Terahertz
plasma field effect transistor detectors
W. Knap, D. But, A. El Fatimy, P. Buzatu, O. Klimenko, N.
Diakonova, L2C & TERALAB Montpellier University &CNRS,
Montpellier, France
14:20h - 15:00h Graphene-based terahertz optoelectronic devices
Berardi Sensale-Rodriguez, University of Utah, USA
15:00h - 15:30h
High performance terahertz radiation sources based on
plasmonic photoconductors
Mona Jarrahi, University of California in Los Angeles (UCLA),
USA
15:30h - 16:10h
Coffee Break
16:10h - 16:40h
GaAs-based extrinsic-photoconductive THz sources
Driven at 1550 nm
E.R. Brown, J.R. Middendorf, and J.S. Cetnar, Wright State
University, USA
16:40h - 17:10h
Photomixing mW THz sources
G. Ducournau, P. Latzel, F. Pavanello, E. Peytavit, M. Zaknoune,
J.-F. Lampin, IEMN, Villeneuve d’Ascq, France
17:10h - 17:50h
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WORKSHOPS AND SHORT COURSES - MONDAY
Duration: 08:30h to 12:30h
Room 243
WM02
Using Symmetry-Related Electromagnetic Properties
for Microwave Device Design: Application to Half-Mode
Circuits, Balanced Lines and Circuits, and Microwave
Sensors
Programme
08:30h - 08:40h Welcome
08:40h - 09:10h
Use of symmetry and asymmetry in planar passive
structures
Tatsuo Itoh, University of California Los Angeles (UCLA), USA
Organisers:
Ferran Martín, Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona (UAB), Spain
Francisco Medina, Universidad de Sevilla, Spain
09:10h - 09:40h
Abstract
The workshop is focused on design techniques for different types of microwave
components that are based on symmetry-related electromagnetic properties
or principles. These techniques, mainly based on concepts such as the electric/
magnetic wall and/or the selective mode excitation/suppression of reactive
(resonant) elements, will be analyzed in detail and will be applied to the design
of diverse microwave components, such as common-mode suppressed balanced
lines and circuits (mainly, although not exclusively, filters and dividers/combiners),
half-mode substrate integrated waveguide (SIW) based circuits, and microwave
sensors, among others.
Advantages and limitations of such techniques, to the light of the specific
considered components, will be pointed out. Although symmetry properties
have been used for the analysis of symmetric microwave circuits for years, the
application of concepts such as symmetry disruption or symmetry-based
selective mode excitation/suppression (among other symmetry-related concepts)
to achieve device functionalities is an active research area today. These concepts/
principles will be presented in a coherent manner in the workshop, and will be
illustrated with multiple examples of applications.
Symmetric artificial transmission lines for commonmode bandstop and differential-mode bandpass
filtering
Francisco Medina1 and Jia-Sheng Hong2, 1Universidad de
Sevilla, Spain and 2Heriot-Watt University, Edinburgh, Scotland,
UK
09:40h - 10:10h
Differential-mode metamaterial transmission lines and
applications
Paris Vélez, Jordi Bonache and Ferran Martín, Universitat
Autònoma de Barcelona (UAB), Spain
10:10h - 10:50h
Coffee Break
10:50h - 11:20h
Wideband balanced filters with high-selectivity and
common-mode suppression
Qing-Xin Chu, Xiao-Hu Wu, and Lei-Lei Qiu, South China
University of Technology, Guangzhou, Guangdong, China
11:20h - 11:50h
Collaborative design of balanced-to-balanced power
divider/combiner
Lin-Sheng Wu and Junfa Mao, Shanghai Jiao Tong University,
Shanghai, China
11:50h - 12:20h
Microwave sensors based on symmetry properties of
resonator-loaded lines
Jordi Naqui1, Ali Karami-Horestani2, Christophe Fumeaux2 and
Ferran Martín1,
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Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona (UAB), Spain, and
2
University of Adelaide, Australia
12:20h - 12:30h
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Duration: 13:50h to 17:50h
Room 243
WM03
Bio-ElectroMagnetism for Biological and Medical
Applications: Latest Developments on Implantable MicroDevices, Sensing Concept and Modelling Approaches
Organisers:
Dubuc David, LAAS-CNRS, France
Grenier Katia, LAAS-CNRS, France
Programme
13:50h - 14:00h 14:00h – 14:30h
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Implantable wireless medical devices
J.-C. Chiao, University of Texas at Arlington, USA
14:30h - 15:00h
Abstract
Electromagnetic fields from low frequency to millimeter wave are presenting lots
of interests for biomedical applications. Among them is emerging the possibility
to non-invasively investigate the living at various levels from tissue/organ to
cellular, with the objective to early diagnose diseases and improve the efficiency of
prognostic and therapies.
This workshop will consequently address the latest advances on the biomedical
use of electromagnetic waves and covers:
(1) bio-sensor/stimulator-concept for biological cells, blood, tissue and organs
analysis,
(2) microelectronics for bio-signals sensing and readout processing,
(3) body-centric wireless communication and wireless power transfer for medical
devices,
(4) dosimetry issue related to electromagnetic fields.
The first presentation focuses on the development of implantable wireless micro
devices for clinical applications (US). The second talk will highlight recent advances
in the design of tissue-equivalent phantoms for body-centric communication
studies at millimeter-waves and their applications to antennas & propagation
studies in V band (FR). The third presentation deals with the design of a wearable
neuromodulator using computational models (UK). The fourth presentations are
dedicated to the dosimetry of electromagnetic fields in bio-matter (IT). The fifth
talk deals with the biological cells analysis in a lab-on-chip (FR) and the last
presentation will adresses the use of a microwave waveguide-based dielectrometry
for the discrimination of healthy and diseased human erythrocytes (Ukraine).
The workshop provides a large overview of actual “hot topics” in bioelectromagnetism. Worldwide and outstanding researchers will share their
expertise and latest results in the field.
Welcome
Body-centric wireless communications at millimeter
waves: from experimental modeling of the human body
to antenna & propagation studies
Maxim Zhadobov1, Nacer Chahat2, Anda Guraliuc1, Carole
Leduc1, and Ronan Sauleau1. 1IETR, Rennes, France and 2JPL/
NASA, Pasadena, USA
15:00h - 15:30h
Using computational models to optimise a
neuromodulator
Arsam Shiraz and Andreas Demosthenous,
University College London, UK
15:30h - 16:10h
Coffee Break
16:10h - 16:40h
Microdosimetry point of view in biomedical and
biotechnological framework
Caterina Merla, Francesca Apollonio, and Micaela Liberti, ENEA,
Sapienza University of Rome, Italy
16:40h - 17:10h
Microwave dielectric spectroscopy for cellular analysis
Katia Grenier and David Dubuc, LAAS-CNRS, Toulouse, France
17:10h - 17:40h
Microwave waveguide dielectrometry of human
erythrocytes as a tool for discrimination of health status
Kateryna Arkhypova, Institute for Radiophysics and Electronics
of National Academy of Science of Ukraine, Ukraine
17:40h - 17:50h
Discussion
WORKSHOPS AND SHORT COURSES - MONDAY
Duration: 08:30h to 17:50h
Room 252A
WM04
Millimeter-wave Multilayer MCM/SoP and Heterogeneous
Integration Techniques
Programme
08:30h - 08:40h Organisers:
Kamal K. Samanta, Milmega/AMETEK Ltd., UK
Ali A Rezazadeh, School of Elect and Electronic Eng., University of Manchester, UK
08:40h - 09:25h
Aerosol jet 3D printing for SOP RF front ends
John Papapolymerou, Georgia Institute of Technology, USA
09:25h - 10:10h
Abstract
Owing to several advantages, mm-wave has found an ever-increasing interest for
commercial as well as military applications, covering the areas from high speed
wireless communication and space science to defense and security. In an mmwave system, because of interconnecting parasitic, the assembling techniques
are more complex and costlier than MMIC/RFICs. The multilayer/3D Multi-ChipModule (MCM/SoP), with heterogeneous integration, is widely regarded as an
excellent solution for realizing compact mm-wave components economically
and with ever-greater functionality and reliability. In the past decade, there is
enormous advancement in this field, leading to novel component and circuit/
system architectures with exceptional miniaturization, performance and reliability,
and hence making the challenging applications feasible and cost-effective. This
very timely workshop will feature a range of presentations and will provide a
comprehensive overview and understanding on recent important progresses
in multilayer MCM/SoP technologies: in dielectric substrate, like LTCC, LCP
photoimageable thick-film, and IPD/BCB, for embedding high quality passives
(up to 100 GHz and beyond); metallization processes, such as Inkjet-printing,
Photoimageable and Aerosol-jet printing, for fine and well-defined metal-track
geometry; and multilayer substrate and heterogeneous and M3 integration and
packaging techniques. Furthermore, will cover the very recent advancement in
smart RFICs, 3D/2.5D MMICs, like Si/glass interposer based ICs, and in mixedtechnologies (such as ferrites in LTCC), realizing novel components for emerging
microwave and mm-wave applications.
Welcome
Complete CMOS mm-Wave links for consumer volume
and cost structure
Joy Laskar, SVP QEOS Communications Division, USA
10:10h - 10:50h
Coffee Break
10:50h - 11:40h
TeraByte/s data-bandwidth TSV and interposer design
for 2.5D/3D IC
Joungho Kim, KAIST, Korea
11:40h - 12:30h
Advanced multilayer MCM/SoP techniques: ceramic
high performance RF front-ends at mm-wave and
beyond
Kamal K Samanta, Milmega/AMETEK Ltd, Ryde, England
12:30h - 13:50h
Lunch Break
13:50h - 14:40h
Advances in tunable microwave ferrite-LTCC
components
Langis Roy, Carleton University, Ottawa, Canada
14:40h - 15:30h
Challenges and constrains in 3D multilayer MMICs
Ali A. Rezazadeh, University of Manchester, UK
15:30h - 16:10h
Coffee Break
16:10h - 16:55h
On the application of the M3-approach for
electromagnetic optimization of electronic packaging
and system-integration technologies (EPSiT)
Ivan Ndip, Fraunhofer-Institut fuer Zuverlaessigkeit und
Mikrointegration, Germany
16:55h - 17:40h
Additive manufacturing techniques for mm-wave
flexible platforms
Manos M. Tentzeris, Georgia Tech, USA
17:40h - 17:50h
Open discussion and concluding remarks
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Duration: 08:30h to 17:50h
Room 252B
WM05
Millimeter-Wave Technologies for 5G Mobile Networks
Organisers:
Laurent Dussopt, CEA-LETI, France
Frédéric Gianesello, STMicroelectronics, France
Abstract
Millimeter-waves (mm-wave) are seen as key technology enablers for future
5G wireless mobile networks in order to take advantage of the wide spectrum
bands available from 18 GHz up to 95 GHz and even beyond to provide multiGbps broadband access to mobile users and high-capacity wireless backhaul
links between access points/base-stations. This application field is very active
throughout the world for a couple of years with first demonstrations coming up
and standardization activities expected to start as soon as 2015 in 3GPP and other
standardization bodies; first regulations are expected around 2018 by the ITU-R.
The workshop will include several talks by high-level experts from industry and
academia who will present their vision of 5G, the role of mm-wave communications
and the main needs/requirement in this domain. The current state of the art and
their most recent achievements in such essential fields as RFIC technology and
architectures, integration technologies (e.g. system-in-package technologies such
as multi-layer organic, ceramic, wafer-level packaging, silicon 3D packaging),
integrated and reconfigurable antennas (SiP antennas, beam-steering/beamswitching phased-arrays, lenses) will be presented.
Mobile communications, as a mass market, may be the main driver of mm-wave
technology research for the coming years and they will rely on the capability of the
R&D community to provide cost-efficient, energy-efficient and high-performance
solutions.
Duration: 08:30h to 12:30h
Programme
08:30h - 08:40h 08:40h - 09:25h
Welcome
5G – Connectivity for 2020 and beyond
Erik Dahlman, Ericsson, Stockholm, Sweden
09:25h - 10:10h
RF system design and integration technologies for
mmW back- and front-haul links
Thomas Zwick, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Germany
10:10h - 10:50h
10:50h - 11:35h
Coffee Break
Low cost mmW antenna: a key enabler for backhaul
CMOS/BiCMOS chipset solution up to 120 GHz
Frédéric Gianesello, STMicroelectronics, France
11:35h - 12:20h
Towards the integration of millimeter wave access
points in future 5G heterogeneous networks: stakes,
challenges, and key enabling technologies
Cédric Dehos, Alexandre Siligaris, CEA-LETI, France
12:30h - 13:50h
13:50h - 14:40h
Lunch Break
mm-Wave CMOS: Paving the path to 5G
Ali Niknejad, University of California at Berkeley, USA
14:40h - 15:30h
Novel trends in integration and packaging technologies
for RF and mm-wave front ends
John Papapolymerou, Georgia Institute of Technology, USA
15:30h - 16:10h
16:10h - 16:55h
Coffee Break
Integrated antenna solutions for Q-band ultrathroughput wireless communications
Yan Zhang, State Key Laboratory of Millimeter Waves,
Southeast univ., China
16:55h - 17:40h
Innovative 60 GHz antenna solution for Wigig and
smart eyewear applications
Cyril Luxey, University of Nice-Sophia Antipolis, France
17:40h - 17:50h
Open discussion and concluding remarks
Room 253
WM06
Recent Advances in the Synthesis of Microwave Filters and
Multiplexers
Organisers:
Stéphane Bila, XLIM, Limoges, France
Giuseppe Macchiarella, Politecnico di Milano, Italy
Abstract
The design of microwave filters and multiplexers usually starts with the synthesis
of an equivalent circuit for determining the optimal architecture of the device. One
can observe that the requirements for filtering devices in the last-generation of
communication systems have broadened the area of traditional filter synthesis. In
the recent years, many studies have concerned the synthesis of advanced filtering
devices, such as multiband and broadband filters, compact multiplexers, and more
recently synthesis of devices providing both filtering and matching.
The objective of this workshop is to provide an overview on recent advances in the
field of filter and multiplexer synthesis, and to present new challenges for the next
generation of filtering devices.
Programme
08:30h - 08:40h Welcome
08:40h - 09:10h Coupling matrix synthesis and identification of filters
with frequency-dependent couplings and finite resonator
Q-factors
Michal Mrozowski, Lukasz Szydlowski and Adam Lamecki, Gdansk
University of Technology, Poland
09:10h - 09:40h Filter synthesis through polynomial factorization
Alejandro Garcia-Lamperez, Universidad Carlos III de Madrid, Spain
09:40h - 10:10h Filter synthesis on a frequency varying load. Application
to multi-port synthesis and antenna matching
Fabien Seyfert, INRIA, France
10:10h - 10:50h Coffee Break
10:50h - 11:10h Synthesis of multiport networks consisting of arbitrarily
coupled resonators
Guiseppe Macchiarella and Stefano Tamiazzo, Politecnico di
Milano, Italy
11:10h - 11:35h Synthesis of multi-port Butler matrix with inherent
filtering
V. Tornielli di Crestvolant and M. Lancaster, University of
Birmingham, UK - Petronilo Martin Iglesias, ESA ESTEC, Noordwijk,
The Netherlands
11:35h - 12:00h Special filter design for SIW-SMW implementation
Smain Amari, Royal Military College, Kingston, Canada – Uwe
Rosenberg, Mician Global Engineering, Bremen, Germany
12:00h - 12:25h Design of compact multiport filtering devices and
subsystems
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Stéphane Bila, XLIM, Limoges, France
12:25h - 12:30h Discussion
WORKSHOPS AND SHORT COURSES - MONDAY
Duration: 13:50h to 17:50h
Room 253
WM07
Recent Advances in RF/microwave Filters for Space
Application
Organisers:
Petronilo Martin-Iglesias, ESA ESTEC, Noordwijk, The Netherlands
Programme
13:50h - 14:00h Welcome
14:00h - 14:30h
Current and future requirements for RF/microwave
filters
Petronilo Martin-Iglesias, ESA ESTEC, Noordwijk, The
Netherlands
Abstract
Filters and multiplexers are key building blocks in science, navigation, and earth
observation and telecommunication applications. Satellite systems are in constant
evolution to answer to new and changing needs in terms of throughput, coverage,
flexibility, RF performances, etc.
The following bullet points offer an overview of some of the different approaches
to respond to the new system requirement.
• Dielectric filters – already extensively used for low power narrow channels up
to 20 GHz, are now being applied for medium/high power levels and higher
frequencies too. Additionally, new topologies based on dielectric materials are
helping to get more compactness for lower frequencies thanks to the very good
quality of new dielectric materials.
• Reconfigurable filters – Reconfigurable filters are commonly found in satellite
system studies targeting traffic flexibility between beams or reconfiguration
of the channels due to the orbit reallocation of the satellite. Advances in
reconfigurable filters able to cope with demanding specs and high power have
been done in the last years.
•High power handling – new developments have been done to cover the
demand of RF/microwave filters withstanding higher power. Solutions based on
new materials, novel mode solutions and new synthesis approaches have been
already presented in the last years.
14:30h - 15:00h
Reconfigurable waveguide filter with variable
bandwidth and center frequency
Christian Arnold, TESAT
15:00h - 15:30h
Reconfigurable filtering sections for space applications
Nikolas Sidiropoulos, Space Engineering, Italy
15:30h - 16:10h
Coffee Break
16:10h - 16:40h
New channels solutions in COMDEV : high power Kuband dielectric OMUX channel and superQ Ka-band
OMUX channel
Ming Yu, COMDEV, Canada
16:40h - 17:10h
Compact filters and diplers for space applications based
On TM dielectric resonator
Luca Pelliccia, RF microtech, Italy
17:10h - 17:40h
Low Q, high performances IMUX channel
Joan O’Callaghan and Luis Javier Rogla, UPC / Thales Alenia
Space, Spain
17:40h - 17:50h
Discussion
• New manufacturing methods and materials – this topic is being intensively
discussed nowadays. The application of new manufacturing approaches based
on the additional of material supposes a breakthrough in the current RF/
microwave filter design. Additional design margins can be explored together
with co-simulation including electrical, mechanical and thermal issues.
Additionally, new materials are being developed where, based on doping
strategies, the material can be customized for electrical, mechanical and thermal
perspective.
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Duration: 08:30h to 17:50h
Room 202 + 203
WM08
Current and Future Use of Spectrum by PMSE
Programme
Organisers:
08:30h - 09:10h Registration and get together
Georg Fischer, University of Erlangen-Nürnberg, Germany
Matthias Fehr, Co-President APWPT, Germany
09:10h - 09:30h
Welcome and brief introduction in the 2nd PMSE
Workshop at EuMW
Abstract
PMSE are, in particular, fundamental elements of our daily cultural life and
essential tools for the content production. They are employed in journalistic news
coverage, sports events, theatres, by educational and cultural institutions, trade
fairs, film productions, conference-centres, churches, sports clubs, etc. We would
like to discuss with the participants the PMSE application, their spectrum use and
impact of currently foreseeable changes in the Radio Spectrum.
What decisions need to be taken at both a European and national level?
Alan March, APWPT Co-President, UK
I. The application PMSE
09:30h - 10:10h
Short introduction in PMSE
Alain Richer, APWPT Co-President, France
10:10h - 10:50h
10:50h - 11:20h
Coffee Break
PMSE standardisation within CEPT, ETSI, GRSC and ITU-R
Brian Copsey, Chairman ETSI TG17WG3, UK
II. PMSE spectrum regulation
11:20h - 11:35h
PMSE in Austria
Franz Ziegelwanger, Austrian Ministry for Transport, Innovation
and Technology, Austria
11:35h - 11:50h
PMSE in France
Laurent Bodusseau, ANFR, France
11:50h - 12:05h
PMSE in United Kingdom
Helen Hearn
12:05h - 12:30h
Panel discussion
Can national PMSE regulation in the future entirely support the
PMSE user requirements?
12:30h - 13:50h
Lunch Break (APWPT invites the workshop participants for a lunch buffet)
13:50h - 14:15h
European harmonisation process for audio and video
PMSE
Andreas Geiss, Head of Unit Spectrum, DG CONNECT, European
Commission
III. PMSE as an object of science, study groups and manufacturers
14:15h - 14:45h
How to measure PMSE live spectrum use? Result of
Spectrum Scans
Matthias Fehr, DKE AK731.0.8 & Co-President APWPT, Germany
Methodology to record the PMSE spectrum use during a
number of events.
14:45h - 15:10h
Outcomes of project BMWI C-PMSE and ETSI STF386
standardisation work on cognitive radio technology for
PMSE
Georg Fischer, University Nuremberg-Erlangen, Germany
15:10h - 15:30h
Analysis of changes in PMSE spectrum – our prediction
for PMSE spectrum demand (audio and video)
Norbert Hilbich, Sennheiser electronic, Germany
15:30h - 16:10h
Coffee Break
IV. Effect of changes
16:10h - 16:40h
Is PMSE spectrum sharing with terrestrial broadcasting
an “obsolete model”? Are there possible alternatives?
Darko Ratkaj, EBU - European Broadcasting Union, Switzerland
16:40h - 17:25h
Panel discussion
Change in PMSE spectrum their impact on culture and creative
segment
17:25h - 17:40h
Closing Remarks
Alan March, APWPT Co-President, United Kingdom
17:40h - 17:50h
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Duration: 08:30h to 17:50h
Room 212 + 213
SCM01
High RF Power Critical Effects
Programme
Organisers:
08:30h - 08:40h Jacques Sombrin, TESA Laboratory, France
Jérôme Puech, CNES, France
08:40h - 09:25h
Abstract
09:25h - 10:10h
This short course will present the state-of-the-art in understanding RF power
phenomena that detrimentally affect space, aircraft and terrestrial communications.
Dramatic increase in communications capacity, bandwidth, number of carriers and
antennas poses new challenges in handling the high RF power. These problems
become ever more acute and critical for emerging and future RF systems.
The short course addresses the following aspects:
• Awareness of the diverse physical origins of RF power effects
• Context of RF power impact on the communications devices
• State-of-the-art in prediction (simulation), measurement and mitigation/
correction of the high RF power effects
• Standardization and specifications
• Knowledge of existing means and actors in Europe
Multipactor theory
Eden Sorolla, XLIM, University of Limoges, France
Secondary electron emission yield
Mohamed Belhaj, ONERA, France
10:10h - 10:50h
Coffee Break
10:50h - 11:35h
Improvement of RF high power breakdown margins
using numerical simulations
Carlos Vicente, and Vicente E. Boria, AURORASAT and Technical
University of Valencia, Spain
11:35h - 12:30h
Corona theory and simulation
Vladimir Semenov, Russian Academy of Sciences, Russia
12:30h - 13:50h
13:50h - 14:35h
Lunch Break
PIM theory and simulation
Jacques Sombrin, TESA Laboratory, France
14:35h - 15:30h
Features of the RF power effects in the space, terrestrial and aircraft
communications will be discussed.
Main parts of the short course cover:
• Multipactor theory and simulation methods, test and measurement methods
• Secondary electron theory and measurement, surface conditions and
conditioning
• Corona theory and simulation methods, test and measurement methods
• RF breakdown and plasma, avalanche, effect of pressure
• Passive Intermodulation theory and simulation
• Passive Intermodulation theory of distributed non-linearity, modeling and
measurements
• Standardization: present and future
• Measurement means and simulation software
Welcome
Intermodulation and nonlinear distortion in passive
components and distributed circuits
Alexander Schuchinsky and Michael Steer, Queens University
Belfast, UK, and North Caroline State University, USA
15:30h - 16:10h
16:10h - 16:55h
Coffee Break
Standardization
David Raboso, ESA
16:55h - 17:40h
Measurement and simulation means
Jérôme Puech, CNES, France
17:40h - 17:50h
Open discussion and concluding remarks
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Duration: 08:30h to 12:30h
Room 202 + 203
SCW01
Geometric Radar Processing Breakthrough based on Fisher
Information Geometry
Organisers:
Frédéric Barbaresco, Thalès Air Systems, France
Programme
08:30h - 08:40h Welcome
08:40h - 10:10h
Geometric radar processing breakthrough based on
fisher information geometry (Part 1)
Frédéric Barbaresco, Thalès Air Systems, France
1.Overview of Main Information Geometry Notion & Concepts
(Cramer-Rao-Fréchet-Darmois Bound, Seminal Rao’s
Information Geometry definition, Information Geometry axioms
and Fisher metric unicity by Chentsov, Information Geometry
metric and hessian of dual potentials, example for Gaussian
laws, Multivariate Gaussian laws, Elliptical laws, …)
2.Geometries and Metric of Covariance Matrix
(Homogeneous Bounded Domains Geometry, Structured Matrix
Geometry, Matrix Information Geometry, Optimal Transport
Geometry)
3.Covariance Matrix Mean & Median
(Emery Exponential Barycenter, Fréchet-Cartan Barycenter,
Exponential Map & Karcher Flow on Riemannian Manifold,
Stochastic Arnaudon Flow)
4.Toeplitz Covariance Matrix for stationary time series
(Trench/Verblunsky Theorem & Partial Iwasawa Decomposition,
Tikhonov Regularization of Burg Autoregressive Model, Toeplitz
Covariance Matrix Metric based on Information Geometry,
Reflection/Verblunsky Coefficients Mean & Median in Poincaré
Disk)
5.Toeplitz-Block-Toeplitz Covariance Matrix for stationary
spatio-temporal signal (Matrix Trench/Verblunsky Theorem,
Matrix Burg and Matrix Reflection/Verblunsky Coefficients,
Toeplitz-Block-Toeplitz Covariance Matrix Metric based
on Information Geometry, Matrix Reflection/Verblunsky
Coefficients Mean & Median in Siegel Disk)
Abstract
Since mid of last century, Radar Signal Processing problems have been formalized
with classical Linear Algebra. Differential manifolds could be naturally introduced
in Radar Signal Processing by considering Information Geometry theory based
on seminal paper of Rao, where the Fisher Matrix defines a metric in parameters
space of density of probabilities. This Fisher differential metric defines a natural
“information” manifold for raw radar data. These geometric tools lead to greater
insight and better Radar signal algorithms performances due to their “intrinsic”
properties to solve complex problems, where classically Linear Algebra uses adhoc projections approaches. The tutorial will introduce these new geometries
in the framework of Radar Signal Processing. These new innovative Radar
Processing methods will be illustrated for different applications like joint highDoppler-resolution and ordered statistic CFAR, ordered statistic STAP (Robust
STAP), Riemannian Anti-Jamming processing, Riemannian Polarimetric data
segmentation, Multi-Parameter SAR processing, Non-linear tracking and Nonstationary signals processing.
References:
[1] Barbaresco F., Information Geometry of Covariance Matrix: Cartan-Siegel
Homogeneous Bounded Domains, Mostow/Berger Fibration and Fréchet Median,
MIG Book, Springer, 2013
[2] Decurninge A., Barbaresco F., Burg Estimation of Radar Covariance Matrix for
Mixtures of Gaussian Stationary Distributions, Radar’14, Lille, October 2014
[3] Barbaresco F., Koszul Information Geometry and Souriau Geometric
Temperature/Capacity of Lie Group Thermodynamics, MDPI Entropy, n°16, pp.
4521-4565, August 2014.
http://www.mdpi.com/1099-4300/16/8/4521/pdf
[4] Ruiz M. & Barbaresco F., Radar Detection for Non-Stationary Doppler Signal
in one Burst based on Information Geometry Distance between Paths, IRS’15,
Dresden
10:10h - 10:50h
Coffee Break
10:50h - 12:20h
Geometric radar processing breakthrough based on
fisher information geometry (Part 2)
Frédéric Barbaresco, Thalès Air Systems, France
6.Extension for Other signal or Data Processing
(Arnaudon Stochastic Flow on Compact Spaces, Mean and
Median Barycenter of Phases Data on Circle and Mean, Median
Barycenter of Polar Data on Poincaré Unit Sphere, Geometric
Bougerol Model of Kalman Filter)
7.Geometry and Karcher Flow for Non-Stationary Signal
(Fréchet Distance between Geodesic Paths on Manifold,
Geodesic Paths Barycenter for non-stationary signal,
Covariance Matrix Tracking on Manifold)
8.Radar Applications
(Robust Phases Denoising, Robust Ordered Statistic High
Doppler Resolution CFAR, Robust Ordered Statistic STAP,
Polarimetric Clustering, Non-Linear Tracking, Netted sensors
geometry)
9.Generalization of Fisher Metric
(Koszul-Vinberg Characteristic Function, Koszul Entropy and
Density, Koszul Hessian Geometry of Convex Cone & Maximum
Entropy, Koszul Information Geometry and Covariance Matrix
Density, Cartan-Killing Form and Invariant Inner Product,
Souriau Lie Group Thermodynamic, Geometric Temperature/
Capacity, Souriau Lie Group action on Symplectic Manifold,
Euler-Poincaré-Souriau Equation)
12:20h - 12:30h
Discussion
Speaker will introduce tools with slides and will illustrate
methods for use-cases for Statistical Radar Processing (CFAR,
STAP, …)
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Duration: 08:30h to 12:30h
Room 212 + 213
SCW03
Radar Electromagnetic Scattering Modelling from Random
Rough Surfaces
Organisers:
Christophe Bourlier, IETR Laboratory, France
Nicolas Pinel, Alyotech, France
Programme
08:30h - 08:40h Welcome
08:40h - 10:10h
Radar electromagnetic scattering modelling from
random rough surfaces (Parts I, II, and III)
Christophe Bourlier, IETR Laboratory, France
I. Rigorous method: Method of Moments for a 2D
problem (Maxwell’s equations, boundary integral equations,
discretization from the Method of Moments, some examples)
II. Numerical examples: Circular and elliptical cylinders in free
space, plate in free space, one-dimensional random rough
surfaces
III. Focus on Radar microwave scattering from sea surfaces and
GPR for 2D problems
Abstract
Electromagnetic wave scattering from random rough surfaces is an active,
interdisciplinary area of research with countless practical applications in fields
such as optics, acoustics, geoscience and remote sensing. In the last four decades,
considerable theoretical progress has been made in elucidating and understanding
the scattering processes involved in such problems. Numerical simulations allow
us to solve the Maxwell equations exactly without the limitations of asymptotic
approaches, whose regimes of validity are often difficult to assess. The objective
of this course is to present both asymptotic approaches, such as the Kirchhoff
approximation, and numerical methods, such as the Method of Moments (MoM),
in order to solve the scattering from rough surfaces.
In part I, the MoM is presented to solve the boundary integral equations. The
formulation is extended to the case of a rough layer (2 rough interfaces separating
homogeneous media). This part also presents the necessary statistical parameters
to generate a one-dimensional random rough surface such as a sea surface.
In part II, the MoM, presented in part I, is tested on a cylinder of infinite length
along one direction. In addition, the MoM is compared with the physical optics
(PO) approximation for the scattering from an elliptical cylinder, a plate and a onedimensional rough surface.
In part III, the numerical tools presented in parts I and II are applied for 2D problems
to the Radar scattering from sea surfaces and in the GPR context.
In part IV, several asymptotic models for calculating the field scattered by random
rough surfaces are presented, and a focus is made on the Kirchhoff-tangent plane
(or PO) approximation. Then, the coherent and mainly incoherent contributions to
the NRCS (normalized radar cross section) are calculated, for both two-dimensional
(2D) and three-dimensional (3D) problems.
In part V, applications for both 2D and 3D problems to sea surfaces and to GPR
problems are presented.
10:10h - 10:40h
Coffee Break
10:40h - 12:05h
Radar electromagnetic scattering modelling from
random rough surfaces (Parts IV, and V)
Nicolas Pinel, Alyotech, France
IV. Asymptotic models: Presentation of a few basic models with
focus on the Kirchhoff-tangent plane approximation. Derivation
of the NRCS for both 2D and 3D problems.
V. Focus on Radar microwave scattering from sea surfaces and
GPR for 2D and 3D problems
12:05h - 12:30h
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Duration: 13:50h to 17:50h
Room 212 + 213
WW01
Opening Ways for Exploring New Maritime Radar
Applications using High-Level Modeling
Programme
13:50h - 14:00h Organisers:
Christian Cochin, DGA, France
Jean-Christophe Louvigne, DGA, France
Christian Cochin, DGA, France
14:00h - 14:20h
Abstract
This workshop aims to explain and debate how new computing techniques can
open opportunities to develop innovative radar processing techniques. GPU
computing applied to radar signal generation has shown that it is possible to
simulate, in quite real time, a dynamic sea with ships in motion.
Concerning target simulation, the use of a dynamic sea surface is a way to
simulate realistic motions and sea-structure coupling phenomena. The drawbacks
of uncertainties associated to real acquisitions can, for a part, be overcome by the
perfect knowledge on the “ground truth”. These advanced simulation approaches
permit to develop and validate:
- Processing techniques such as motion compensation or focusing algorithms for
moving targets based on ideal situations and then study and improve robustness
while adding more and more realistic phenomena encountered in operational
conditions.
- Explore new fields like target classification based on CAD models.
Concerning maritime radar clutter, the use of a physical model for the sea is an
outstanding disruptive concept, as it permits to overcome some drawbacks of
statistical models that cannot handle in a satisfactory way the spatial complexity
of real situations. It also closely relates complex EM phenomena, such as breaking
wave phenomena and spikes to surface conditions.
This workshop aims, considering these examples, to open discussions about state
of art in maritime scene simulation and the possible uses by radar experts.
Welcome and introduction of the challenge of new
modelling technics for radar studies
Radar raw data simulation of a ship with its motions to
study robustness of ISAR algorithms - simulation
Corentin Le Barbu, Alyotech, France ; Marco Martorella, Pisa
University, Italy
14:20h - 14:40h
Radar raw data of a ship simulation with its motions to
study robustness of ISAR algorithms - processing
Marco Martorella, Pisa University, Italy ; Corentin Le Barbu,
Alyotech, France
14:40h - 15:10h
Questions and discussions
15:10h - 15:30h
Classification of ships using SAR or ISAR imagery and
model based approach and MOCEM simulation
Luc Vignaud, ONERA, France; Nina Odegaard, FFI, Norway
15:30h - 16:10h Coffee break
16:10h - 16:30h
Radar raw data generation of sea clutter using
PHYSIQ V1 and comparisons to other approaches and
measurements – simulation
Julien Houssay, Nicolas Pinel, Goulven Monnier, Alyotech,
France; Keith Ward, Igence, UK
16:30h - 16:50h
Radar raw data generation of sea clutter using
PHYSIQ V1 and comparisons to other approaches and
measurements - comparisons
Keith Ward, Igence, UK ; Nicolas Pinel, Julien Houssay, Goulven
Monnier, Alyotech, France
16:50h - 17:20h Questions and discussions
17:20h - 17:50h
Use of precomputed and real time computed signals in
a disruptive radar performance analysis tools.
Nicolas Trouvé, ONERA, France
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Duration: 13:50h to 17:50h
Room 202 + 203
SCW02
Multibeam Antennas and Beamforming Networks
Programme
Organisers:
13:50h - 14:00h Piero Angeletti, European Space Agency
Giovanni Toso, European Space Agency
14:00h - 14:40h
Fundaments of multibeam antennas
Piero Angeletti, European Space Agency
1.Overview of Multibeam Antennas and system requirements:
- Satellite Communication Systems;
- Wireless Communications;
-RADARs.
Abstract
Multi-Beam Antennas (MBAs) find application in several fields including wireless
and satellite communications, RADARs for electronic surveillance and remote
sensing, science (e.g. radio telescopes), RF navigation systems, etc.
Beam-Forming Networks (BFNs) play an essential role in any antenna system
relaying on a set of radiating elements to generate a beam.
Depending mainly on the antenna mission (i.e. operational frequency, pattern
requirements, transmitting and/or receiving functionality, number of beams to
be generated, etc.) different MBA architectures may be selected: from antenna
systems completely based on independent feeds illuminating a number of
reflectors, to hybrid systems based on both arrays and reflectors, from phased
arrays to lens antennas.
The trade-off on the antenna solution largely involves the BFN interconnectivity
and flexibility requirements, with a wide range of applicable BFN architectures
with different complexity and performance.
The objective of the course is to present design principles and state-of-the-art in
MBAs and BFNs.
Welcome
14:40h – 15:30h
Multibeam antenna architectures (Part 1)
Giovanni Toso, European Space Agency
2.Reflector-based architectures:
-Single-Feed-per-Beam;
-Multiple-Feed-per-Beam.
15:30h - 16:10h
16:10h – 16:40h
Coffee Break
Multibeam antenna architectures (Part 2)
Giovanni Toso, European Space Agency
3.Linear and Planar Direct Radiating Arrays (based on Periodic
or Aperiodic lattices)
4.Lens-based architectures (free space and constrained)
16:40h - 17:20h
Beamforming networks
Piero Angeletti, European Space Agency
5.Analog Beamforming Networks:
- Corporate divider/combiners;
- Blass and Nolen matrices.
- Butler matrices.
6.Digital Beamforming Networks
17:20h - 17:40h
Applications of multibeam antennas
Piero Angeletti, European Space Agency
7.Overview of some Operational Multibeam Antennas/BFNs:
- MBAs for Spaceborne Narrowband and Broadband Satellite
Communication Systems;
- MBAs for Wireless Communications.
8.On-going European Developments and Current Design and
Technological Challenges
17:40h - 17:50h
Discussion
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WORKSHOPS AND SHORT COURSES - FRIDAY
Duration: 08:30h to 12:30h
Room 243
SCF01
MIMO Radar: From Principles to Practical and Useful
Applications
Organisers:
Marc Lesturgie, ONERA, France
Programme
08:30h - 08:40h Welcome
08:40h - 10:10h
MIMO Radar: from principles to practical and useful
applications (Part 1)
Marc Lesturgie, ONERA, France
1.Introduction
State of art, MIMO system in navigation, communication and
radar domain;
Flashback to the first MIMO radar, RIAS (SIAR), its advantages
and drawbacks.
2.MIMO configurations
Definition of MIMO; MIMO and radar diversity;
Coherent, statistical and hybrid MIMO;
Examples of application benefit of MIMO over conventional
radar systems.
3.Signal model and performances
Power budget of MIMO system, examples of codes,
Fast or slow time coding, which code for which application?
MIMO and antenna coupling in physical arrays
Properties of the transmitted pattern
4.MIMO waveform design for radar applications
Waveform schemes: fast time CDMA, FDMA, TDMA, DDMA,..
Examples of codes: sub-carriers, OFDM codes, PN (pseudonoise), Hadamard codes
Abstract
MIMO (multiple-input and multiple-output) radar refers to the use of multiple
transmitters and receivers, for sensing the environment and the targets present
in this environment. Basically MIMO radar uses multiple antennas that transmit
correlated or uncorrelated waveforms. For the last ten years MIMO has led to
extensive research and publications, both in communications and Radar domains.
Why such interest for MIMO in radar? Beside the prolific amount of publications,
how to assess the interest of MIMO to overcome the current limitations of
conventional radar?
The short course attempts to answer these questions, as well as to provide the
tools to understand the link between theoretical considerations and radar system
design. After a summary of the state of art – we may notice that MIMO was
invented more than 25 years ago – the course will provide the fundamentals of
MIMO radar, how to define a MIMO radar configuration, introduce the signal
model, waveform design, signal processing, detection and localization. A particular
emphasis will be put on the coherent MIMO in conjunction with the unique
properties of the MIMO steering vector. A large part of the course will be focused
on practical applications, realization of MIMO, including GMTI applications and
French and Chinese experiences on low frequency radar for air and maritime
surveillance.
10:10h - 10:50h
Coffee Break
10:50h - 12:20h
MIMO Radar: from principles to practical and useful
applications (Part 2)
Marc Lesturgie, ONERA, France
5.Signal processing
MIMO signal chain; mathematic formulation
Estimation of the steering vector
Impact of the Doppler shift on signal processing
Detection scheme (Gaussian / non Gaussian noise)
6.Properties of the MIMO steering vector
Virtual array / Combined transmit and receive array directivity
MIMO and high resolution techniques
7.Relevant applications of MIMO to radar
Bistatic / Multistatic GMTI/STAP
Low frequency HF radar
Other applications (including real systems and experimental
results)
12:20h - 12:30h
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EXHIBITOR WORKSHOPS & SEMINARS
Keysight Technologies Workshops
- Free to attend Location: Hall Ternes, Keysight Workshop Room
Connect with the Experts
Keysight Technologies’ test, measurement and software solutions
have enabled electronic and communication advancements since
1939. Again this year at European Microwave Week, our ‘Connect
with the Experts’ workshops will allow you to meet Keysight’s
industry experts and engage with them around four major topics
which are critical for the EuMW delegates:
• Radar and Electronic Warfare Applications
• Material and Component Characterization
• RF & uW Circuit Design
• Millimeter Wave and Terahertz Technologies and Systems
If you would like to register to attend any of these workshops,
please visit www.keysight.com/find/EuMW 2015.
Tuesday September 8th 13:30h – 17:15h
Radar and Electronic Warfare Applications
Productive and efficient engineering of radar and electronic
warfare (EW) systems requires the generation of test signals that
accurately and repeatably represent the radar or EW environment.
Simulation of multi-emitter environments, in particular, is vital
to ensure realistic and representative testing. This workshop
will explore the available technological approaches for radar
and EW signal and environment simulation as well as analysis
measurement techniques. This will include recent innovations in
digital-to-analog converters (DACs), direct digital synthesis (DDS)
signal generation, wideband generation and analysis, and MIMO
applications in passive radar test.
Wednesday September 9th 09:30h – 13:15h
Material and Component Characterization
From stealth materials to dielectric substrates, microwave
food products to biofuels, accurate characterization of their
electromagnetic properties at microwave and mm-wave
frequencies provide engineers with critical information needed
for material and circuit design, modeling, research, manufacturing
and quality control. This workshop will provide an overview of the
state-of-art techniques used to measure the impedance and the
dielectric properties of materials that are widely incorporated into
microwave devices and components. We will start from the basis of
measuring the impedance of components and material following
an overview of the most relevant techniques used to measure
large range of materials from a few MHz to THz. We will also look
at the new techniques to measure impedance at nanoscale and at
very high frequencies.
Wednesday September 9th 13:30h – 17:15h
Millimeter Wave to Terahertz Technologies
and Systems
With the finite available spectrum and attributes such as
atmospheric windowing and reduced aperture size, the use of
millimeter-wave frequencies is gaining interest in applications
that range from imaging radar to wideband communications.
As applications move to higher frequencies to support increased
modulation bandwidth and seek out an uncrowded spectrum,
measurement challenges increase dramatically. Keysight’s existing
test solutions, including signal generators, analyzers, and network
analyzers, can be combined with extender modules from Keysight
solution partners in order to generate and analyze complex signals
ranging from millimeter-wave to terahertz. This workshop will
cover relevant upconversion and downconversion procedures as
well as special considerations for signal generation and analysis
of wideband radar imaging waveforms and vector-modulated
communication signals.
Thursday September 10th 09:30h – 13:15h
RF & uW Circuit Design
Industry trends continue toward smaller form factors and more
functionality in low cost packages, including mixed technology
components such as MMICs, RFICs, discrete components,
antennas and multi-layer packaging. This workshop will show
how to design a multi-technology RF power amplifier module and
integrated circuit packaging design using the latest ADS 2015.07.
Topics covered include: Schematic – Layout concurrent design,
ElectroMagnetic / Electric co-simulation, module design approach,
bringing in multiple technologies, routing, inductor design, electrothermal verification, and Integrated Packaging Design Flow.
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EXHIBITOR WORKSHOPS & SEMINARS
Rohde & Schwarz Workshops
- Free to attend For more information, details and registration:
http://www.eumw.rohde-schwarz.com/
Location: Salle Passy on Level 1
Tutorial Seminars - RF Basics in Test &
Measurement
Tuesday 8th September 2015
09:30h – 11:00h
Fundamentals of Signal Generators and
Oscillators (YIG vs. VCO)
During this session, the fundamental concept of an RF and
microwave generator will be discussed. Attendees will learn
about YIG- and VCO-based synthesizers and how a signal with a
constant output power is generated. To set a specific low output
power on a signal generator, an internal step attenuator is used.
The concepts of mechanical and electronic step attenuators as well
as their advantages and limitations will be shown in detail. Typical
specifications for modern signal generators as well as the realization
of fundamental analog modulations will be discussed.
The following topics are covered:
• Synthesizer concepts for RF and microwave generators •
Comparison of YIG-based and VCO-based synthesizers • How to
achieve low phase noise and high output power • Challenges of low
phase noise and high output power • Principles of analog and pulse
modulations • Fundamental specifications of RF and microwave
generators
Tuesday 8th September 2015
12:00h - 13:30h
Fundamentals of Spectrum Analysis
One of the most frequent measurement tasks in RF and radio
communications is the examination of signals in the frequency
domain. The instrument that is best suited for this assignment is a
spectrum analyzer, one of the most versatile and widely used RF
measuring instruments. A versatile, state-of-the-art spectrum analyzer
provides a large number of setting parameters in order to handle the
steadily rising requirements in the RF and microwave world.
The following topics are covered:
• Signals and their spectra • Block diagrams of modern spectrum
analyzers • Theory of operation of super heterodyne analyzers •
Understanding resolution bandwidth (RBW) • Understanding video
detectors and the use of the video filter (VBW) • Use of the different
detectors in the spectrum analyzer • Frequency accuracy and trace
processing • Boundaries and uncertainty of the measurement •
Applications • Classical measurements with a spectrum analyzer
Tuesday 8th September 2015
14:45h – 16:15h
Fundamentals of Power Measurements
(Power Sensors and Applications)
In this tutorial seminar, we give a brief introduction of the term power
and clarify how power is measured. This is followed by an overview of
the various power sensors that are available to measure and analyze
various aspects of a RF/microwave signal, e.g. pulses, overshoots and
level transitions, modulated signals and their envelope characteristics.
The final part introduces some power measurement applications
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in various business environments, such as automotive testing,
wireless communications, production and aerospace and defense.
The following topics are covered:
• Introduction • Power of CW signals • Pulse power measurements
• Crest factor • Two types of sensors: terminating and directional
• Thermal power sensors • Multipath diode sensors • Universal
wideband power sensors • USB power sensors – standalone
capabilities • USB power sensors – applications
Wednesday 9th September 2015
13:30h – 15:00h
Fundamentals of Vector Network Analysis
Sophisticated and precise vector network analysis is indispensable in
developing advanced, miniaturized RF equipment such as filters and
amplifiers. By measuring the transmission and reflection parameters
(S-parameters) of the individual components of an overall system,
network analysis allows you to ideally match these parameters, thus
ensuring optimum functioning of the system. Correction methods
are used to achieve high measurement accuracy.
The following topics are covered:
• Basic terminology in network analysis • Frequency response
• Typical effects and conclusions • S-parameter • Setup and
functioning of network analyzers • Introduction to calibration •
Basic applications • Practical examples
Wednesday 9th September 2015
15:45h – 16:45h
Calibration in Vector Network Analysis
Beside the hardware and accessories used in the network analysis
set up, the calibration method and the calibration kit used directly
influence the measurement result. To enhance the measurement
accuracy, the fundamental calibration methods of network analyzers
correct so-called systematical errors. This lecture will show how to
perform a calibration as well as the differences between different
calibration methods with respect to the necessary measurement
accuracy and the application.
The following topics are covered:
• Calibration procedures and their uses • Typical measurement errors
• Normalization • One-path, two-port • Full one-port calibration
• Full two-port calibration • Definition of calibration standards •
Practical examples
Tutorial Seminars – Digital Modulation
Basics in Test & Measurement
Wednesday 9th September 2015
09:30h -11:00h
and 11:45h – 12:45h (with coffee break)
Introduction to Digital Signals and Digital
Modulation
This tutorial seminar will show the evolution of RF signals, from
analog-modulated RF signals to digitally modulated RF signals.
We will introduce the principle of the communications path, from
coding, mapping, modulating and transporting the signal over the
air interface to demodulating, decoding, de-mapping and reshaping
the information in the receiver.
EXHIBITOR WORKSHOPS & SEMINARS
The following topics are covered:
• Transmission of information – source coding, channel coding and
modulation • Analog modulation of RF carriers • Digital modulation
of RF carriers • Symbol and symbol rate • Higher order modulation –
types of modulation (GMSK, BPSK, QPSK, QAM) • Mapping – effects
due to coding • Baseband filtering • Channel capacity • Channel
coding with forward error correction (FEC) • Multiple access systems
– FDMA, TDMA, CDMA • Measurement parameters in digital
modulation
Thursday 10th September 2015
09:30h – 11:00h
Understanding Fading and its Effects
In this tutorial session, we uncover the physical phenomena of fading
to show what multipath propagation is and what their influences
are. We will shed light on the different fading types and their relevant
physical effects, such as reflection, refraction and scattering.
The following topics are covered:
• Motivation to speak about fading • Physical phenomena of fading
• What is multipath propagation and what are the effects • Typical
influences of multipath propagation • Fading – what physical effects
are at work here • Types of fading • Pure Doppler fading • Rayleigh
fading • Ricean fading • Watterson fading • The microwave link
Technical Workshops
Tuesday 8th September 2015
11:15h – 12:00h
Pulse Generation for Radar Applications
In the A&D domain, high flexibility is required for signal generation.
The most prominent application area is radar with its various test
cases for different radar types. These applications address all types
of pulsed signals, from simple CW pulses to complex concatenation
of vector-modulated pulses. Within this workshop session, the major
testing requirements are revisited and demonstrated based on realworld scenarios.
The following topics are covered:
• Setup of simple pulses, pulse trains and emitter signals of radar
systems • Scenario emulation with integrated antenna patterns
and antenna scans • Typical modulation types, sequencing concepts
and more complicated setups of multiple emitters • Automatic
configuration of instruments according to emulation scenario
Tuesday 8th September 2015
13:45h – 14:45h
Up to 2 GHz Analysis Bandwidth for Radar
Applications up to 85 GHz
Frequency-agile techniques in radar systems make it possible to
quickly change modes of operation on a pulse-to-pulse basis to
account for atmospheric effects, jamming and interference and
to avoid detection. Automatic detection and analysis of hopping
sequences is helpful for validating radar systems. However, modern
systems cover a wide frequency range. Equipment with an analysis
bandwidth of up to 2 GHz is needed. The same is true for FM chirp
signals, which are used in automotive radar sensors that make use
of the 24, 77 and 79 GHz bands.
The following topics are covered:
• Radar waveforms • Wideband signal analysis • Automatic
detection of hopping parameters • Automatic detection of chirp
parameter • One-box solution for spectrum analysis up to 85 GHz
Tuesday 8th September 2015
16:15h – 16:45h
LAN Enabled Power Measurements
New power sensors, that offer, in addition to USB, the capability to
control the sensors via LAN, allow remote monitoring of a system over
large distances using a power over Ethernet (PoE) switch. The threepath diode LAN power sensors are suitable for numerous applications
since they support continuous average, burst average, timeslot
average, gate average and trace measurements. In this workshop, the
concepts of fast and accurate power measurements are introduced
and demonstrated using a state-of-the-art LAN sensor.
The following topics are covered:
• Fast and accurate power measurements for CW and modulated
signals (dynamic range of –70 dBm to +23 dBm) • Enhanced
triggering with built-in trigger I/O port and up to 10 000 triggered
measurements/s • Faster measurements with up to 50 000 readings/s
• Web client for web browser operation
Tuesday 8th September 2015
16:45h – 17:30h
WLAN 802.11ad and 5G – Vector Signal
Generation and Spectrum/Modulation
Measurements in the 60 GHz Band
The increasing data rates found in HD streaming and other
applications drive the WLAN standard to cover a wider bandwidth
like 2 GHz, which is only available in the microwave range. The
WLAN 802.11ad standard for very high throughput (6.75 Gbps),
short-range transmissions of a few meters is available in the 57 GHz
to 66 GHz frequency range. 5G is a name used in some research
papers and projects to denote the next major phase of mobile
telecommunications standards beyond the upcoming 4G standards,
where similar frequency and bandwidth ranges are discussed.
Generation of signals for such high frequencies can be addressed
using a vector signal generator together with an additional
upconverter unit. Spectrum measurements such as the spectrum
emission mask measurement and adjacent channel leakage ratio are
challenging in these frequency bands. An analyzer is needed where
the spectrum is unambiguous, without unwanted mixing products
or images. Preselection up to 85 GHz helps here as do internal
attenuator stages to adjust the input level at the downconverter
for maximum dynamic range. In addition, the measurement of
modulation accuracy of the signal makes a wideband signal capture
(1.76 GHz in the case of WLAN 802.11ad) necessary to calculate
EVM performance. All these requirements are covered by modern
signal analyzers in combination with digital oscilloscopes.
The following topics are covered:
• Wideband signal analysis • What is behind WLAN 802.11ad • 5G
requirements and technology options • Vector signal generation
between 56 GHz and 67 GHz • One-box solution for spectrum
analysis up to 67 GHz or 85 GHz
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EXHIBITOR WORKSHOPS & SEMINARS
Wednesday 9th September 2015
11:00h – 11:45h
Modern Methods of Phase Noise Testing
In this session, the fundamental concepts and ideas of measuring
phase noise parameters on a wide range of devices under test
(VCXO, OCXO, etc.) is introduced and demonstrated using a stateof-the-art phase noise analyzer and a signal and spectrum analyzer.
The combination of an analyzer with a very good internal reference
signal source, high-performance analog-to-digital converters, and
sophisticated algorithms such as cross-correlation results in a
measurement tool for all modern phase noise measurement needs.
The following topics are covered:
• Fundamental concepts of RF and digital processing related to
phase noise • Cross-correlation technique for increasing dynamic
range • Special phase noise measurement functions – spot noise,
residuals, spurs, limits • AM suppression and AM noise measurement
Wednesday 9th September 2015
12:45h – 13:30h
Phase Noise Measurement of Pulsed Signals
Phase noise is one of the most crucial parameters in radar systems.
The performance of the oscillators in the system influences the range
and Doppler resolution. The detection performance of the radar
system and its fixed target suppression is also mainly determined by
the oscillator performance. This makes phase noise measurement for
these applications very important. In this session, the fundamental
concepts and ideas of measuring pulsed phase noise are introduced
and demonstrated using a state-of-the-art phase noise analyzer.
The following topics are covered:
• Phase noise influences in radar and measurement needs •
Fundamentals of pulsed signals • Cross-correlation technique for
increasing dynamic range • Phase noise of pulsed signals
Wednesday 9th September 2015
15:00h – 15:45h
Phase Noise Measurement with Spectrum
Analyzers
Measuring phase noise with a general-purpose spectrum analyzer is
discussed in this session. Due to the excellent internal phase noise
performance, recording of baseband I/Q data and today’s digital
signal processing possibilities, a lot of tasks formerly addressed
only by phase noise analyzers can now be covered with a spectrum
analyzer and a phase noise measurement software option. The same
measurement software can also be used on mid-range instruments
to cover measurements with lower phase noise requirements.
The following topics are covered:
• Quick introduction to phase noise • Software concept, DSP details
• Phase noise measurements (spurs, residual noise, spot noise, AM
rejection) • Tracking/digital PLL and measurement performance
Thursday 10th September 2015
11:00h – 12:00h
Challenges in Millimeter-Wave
Measurements
Measurements at millimeter-wave frequencies are more demanding
than at microwave frequencies. In addition to system error correction,
active device characterization requires precise power calibration,
which is a special challenge for on-wafer testing. The workshop
gives an overview of the current status of millimeter-wave solutions,
focusing on active and frequency-converting device characterization
and on-wafer calibration. Frequency converting measurements on
components, e.g. for 5G applications up to 90 GHz, are another
challenge that will be discussed in this presentation.
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Thursday 10th September 2015
12:00h – 12:45h
Measurements on Nonlinear Devices and
Envelope Tracking Systems
In this session, measurements on state-of-the-art amplifier systems
are described. These systems are typically driven by modulated power
sources and thus produce a significant nonlinear output signal. By
combining a spectrum analyzer with analog baseband inputs and
a digital modulation signal generator, all effects of such amplifiers
(power-aided efficiency, AM/AM and AM/PM effects…) can be
described, and nonlinear effects can be compensated in realtime
using the signal generator’s digital predistortion functionality.
The following topics are covered:
• Fundamentals of nonlinear devices • Important measurements on
conventional amplifiers • Envelope tracking (ET) – differences and
challenges • Digital predistortion (DPD)
Thursday 10th September 2015
12:45h – 13:45h
Insight into Nonlinear Device
Characterization
From Modeling and Waveform Engineering
to Active Harmonic Load Pull Systems – in
cooperation with
Increasing the efficiency of active components such as amplifiers
is becoming more and more important in today’s communications
systems. To accomplish this, S-parameter characterization has to be
supplemented by nonlinear device characterization. This workshop
gives an overview of the different nonlinear solutions available from
Rohde & Schwarz and Mesuro.
Thursday 10th September 2015
13:45h – 14:45h
Configurable Signal Conditioning for
Network Analyzers
Getting Complete Amplifier or T/R Module
Characterization with a Single Connection
– in cooperation with
Amplifiers and, in particular, complex devices such as receivers,
transceivers and T/R modules require a large number of test
parameters and different test setups for complete characterization.
This workshop presents solutions for T/R module tests based on
the R&S®ZVA network analyzer. The equipment can be tailored to
individual requirements, and components such as internal combiner
or pulse modulators can be added as separate options and controlled
during the test sequences.
Thursday 10th September 2015
15:45h – 16:45h
Economical High-End Multiport Solutions
Increasing demands in mobile communications or even in
component testing for radar and surveillance systems require an
increased number of test ports, high RF performance and short
measurement times. Thanks to its 4 to 24 integrated test ports, the
R&S®ZNBT8 network analyzer features unrivaled RF properties
and test time. The RFFE/MIPI GPIO interface allows direct control
of integrated semiconductor devices, mainly frontends of mobile
phones. Automatic calibration units with up to 24 ports are the basis
for economic and accurate multiport calibration.
EXHIBITOR WORKSHOPS & SEMINARS
National Instruments Workshop:
PA Forum
- Free to attend Location: Room 111-112-113 on Level 1
Date and Time: Wednesday, 9 September, 09:30h - 13:00h
Title: RF and Microwave Power Amplifier (PA) Forum
Hosted By: National Instruments
Who Should Attend: Engineers and researchers
The second annual EuMW ‘RF and Microwave PA Forum’ will focus
on device technologies, characterization, modeling and end-use
applications of RF and microwave PAs. The forum aims to foster
discussion and provide insight into the latest approaches to device
models, parameter extraction measurement techniques, process
technologies as well as modern PA design flow and theory.
The forum’s agenda is broken into sequential sessions on above
listed topics to allow attendees to selectively attend any/all
presentations of interest.
View the agenda and register:
awrcorp.com/EuMW2015
National Instruments Workshop:
NI AWR Software Forum
- Free to attend Location: Room 111-112-113 on Level 1
Date and Time: Wednesday, 9 September, 13:30h - 17:00h
Title: AWR Design Forum (ADF) - NI AWR Design
Environment User Group Meeting
Hosted By: National Instruments
Who Should Attend: NI AWR software user
ADF - NI AWR Design Environment User Group Meeting is
scheduled for Wednesday, 9 September. Spend time to learn about
NI tools (software & hardware) that span design through to test for
RF and microwave circuits, systems and subsystems.
The event will focus on RF and microwave design and showcase
the NI AWR Design Environment™ product portfolio of EDA
design tools that consists of Microwave Office, Visual System
Simulator™, AXIEM and Analyst™ as well as co-simulation with
LabVIEW. Customers and partners will also be presenting how they
use these software solutions to realize their end product design.
For agenda and registration visit:
awrcorp.com/EuMW2015
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EXHIBITOR WORKSHOPS & SEMINARS
Anritsu Workshops
- Free to attend Location: Room 101 & 102 on Level 1
Wednesday 9th September 2015, 10.00h – 10.40h
Compact E-Band VNA with Reduced Complexity
Nonlinear transmission line technology enables compact millimeterwave VNA architectures with enhanced performance and flexibility. We
will discuss these architectures in the context of E-band measurements,
and show that the resulting systems reduce complexity and enhance
efficiency in a variety of measurement scenarios.
Wednesday 9th September 2015, 11.00h – 11.40h
5G Measurements using a Vector Network Analyzer Including
Error-corrected Modulated Carrier Analysis – MMD
5G wireless systems will provide high data rate with maximized carrier
efficiency. Ideally, measuring the efficiency of a 5G network system,
subsystem, and components is best when a calibrated VNA can be used
to analyze active devices stimulated by a modulated carrier. Modulation
rates of 5G systems are expected to be 200 MHz and higher. This
workshop describes how a modulated carrier signal with up to 200
MHz modulation rate can be captured by a calibrated VNA and provide
corrected display of the frequency spectrum.
Wednesday 9th September 2015, 13.00h – 13.40h
Measuring IMD Properties of Active Devices Using a High
Performance IP3 Receiver for Improved Accuracy – MMD
Intermodulation distortion (IMD) has become an important
measurement during the design of RF and microwave amplifiers. This
workshop discusses the different configurations available in a VNA for
setting up accurate IMD measurements, including the ability to perform
single-connection S parameter and IMD measurements without the
need for external sources or combiners.
Wednesday 9th September 2015, 14.00h – 14.40h
Performing On-wafer 145 GHz 0.8 mm connector Differential
VNA Measurements with a Single Connection
Differential devices are becoming more common as communication
system demands and performance requirements continue to rise. This
workshop discusses the different system architectures available for
differential on-wafer measurements and the advantages of tightly
integrated VNA architecture for improved system dynamic range and
measurement stability.
Wednesday 9th September 2015, 15.00h – 15.40h
ShockLine VNA based Planar Near-Field Measurement System
(PNMS) systems
NFS measurement systems can be realized with relatively low material
costs since they neither need as much room as a comparable far-field
system nor require custom-made mirrors as this is the case for compact
ranges. This workshop explains and benchmarks the general working
principle of an inexpensive PNMS. We will discuss PNMS issues and
weaknesses, and approaches to resolution.
EuMW MICROAPPS 2015
- Free to attend New Venue: MicroApps Auditorium is now located
inside the Exhibition area in the TERNES hall.
Welcome to the fifth annual European Microwave Week
Microwave Application Seminars (MicroApps). MicroApps
will be held from Tuesday, 8 September through to Thursday,
10 September 2015.
MicroApps are sponsored by National Instruments, Rohde &
Schwarz and Horizon House and will take place in the MicroApps
Auditorium, which is located within the TERNES hall (adjacent to
the exhibition floor), making it a convenient stop while visiting the
EuMW show.
During MicroApps, EuMW exhibitors will present 20 minute long
technical presentations describing state-of-the-art applications,
products, design techniques, and processes of interest to the RF
and microwave community.
These free-to-attend sessions provide engineers with insight into
products and techniques that aid them with their everyday work.
Sponsored by:
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MicroApps Highlights
• A wide range of practical application topics describing novel
products and processes.
• Keynotes pesented by leading industry persons.
• NEW for 2015: A quieter MicroApps auditorium that’s easily
accessible from the Exhibition floor.
• Exhibition Only Badges or Conference Badges for free and
ready access.
• A complimentary USB containing MicroApps presentations.
We hope to see you at EuMW MicroApps 2015!
MicroApps Committee
P.S. Once finalized, a complete agenda will be posted on the EuMW
MicroApps website: www.eumicroapps.com as well as published
within the official EuMW Show Guide. Additional printed copies
will also be available at the EuMW registration desks.
09:00h-10:40h
Coffee
Break
11:20h-13:00h
Lunch
14:20h-16:00h
Coffee
Break
16:40h-18:10h
WS02 EuMC
100 Gbit/s Wireless Communications at High mm-Wave Frequencies
WS03 EuMC
Technologies Overview for mm-wave Tunable Circuits
WS04 EuMC
Latest Developments in GaN PA Technologies and Techniques
WS05 EuMIC
GaN Technology for Space Applications
Room
Room
Room 234M
134M+135M 124M+125M 101-102-103 111-112-113
+ 235M
Room 231M
+ 232M
Room 221M
+ 222M
Room
212 + 213
WS01 EuMC
Sensors Towards Terahertz: Novel Technologies for Potential “THz Killer Applications” in Life Sciences and Spectroscopy
Room 243
Room
202 + 203
Room
CONFERENCE SESSIONS MATRIX - SUNDAY
WS06 EuMC
Recent Advances on High Performance Reconfigurable Filters
WS07 EuMIC
RF-Technologies on the Move: The Races of Integrated mm-Wave
Automotive Radar and Sensing Technologies
WS08 EuMC
Microwave Characterization of Nanoscale Devices
WS09 EuMC
Microwave Measurements and Electromagnetic Simulations of Printed Circuit
Boards (PCBs) for High Speed Digital and Radio Frequency (RF) Applications
WS10 EuMC
Transceiver/IF Structures and Modelling for Wideband and SDR Systems
WS11 EuMC
Far-field Wireless Power Transmission
WS12 EuMIC
SiGe for mm-Wave and THz
SCS01 EuMC
Nonlinear Microwave Circuit Design: The Basics of Computer Aided Nonlinear Microwave Circuit Design
SCS03 EuMC
Design by Mathematics of Full Software Radio Circuits and Systems:
Methodology and Application to 5G Standard
SCS02 EuMC
Fundamentals of Microwave Power Amplifier Designs
EuMW
EuMC
EuMIC
EuRAD
Joint EuMC/ EuMW
Joint EuMC/ EuMIC
Joint EuMC/ EuRAD
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Room
Room 241
EuMIC01
III-V HEMT based Millimeterwave
and THz Integrated Circuits
EuMIC02
Fully Integrated Power Amplifiers
in GaN, GaAs and SiGe
Coffee
Break
10:50h-12:30h
Lunch
EuMIC04
OPENING
EuMIC03
High Frequency Characterisation
and Modelling
Coffee
Break
16:10h-17:50h
EuMIC05
Millimeterwave Frequency
Multipliers and Dividers
EuMIC07
CMOS-based Millimeterwave
Integrated Circuits
EuMC/EuMIC01
Linearisation Techniques for
Advanced Transmitters
EuMC/EuMIC03
GaN Based Power Amplifiers
EuMIC06
GaN HEMT Characterisation
& Modelling
EuMIC08
CMOS Building Blocks
WM02 EuMC
Using Symmetry-Related Electromagnetic Properties for Microwave Device Design:
Application to Half-Mode Circuits, Balanced Lines
and Circuits and Microwave Sensors
WM03 EuMC
Bio-ElectroMagnetism for Biological and Medical Applications:
Latest Developments on Implantable Micro-Devices,
Sensing Concept and Modelling Approaches
EuMC/EuMIC02
Fiber-Wireless Techniques
for Innovative Antenna
and Front-end Systems
Room 252B Room 252A
Hall Maillot Room 212 + Room 202 +
Room 253
- Level 2
213
203
13:50h-15:30h
WM01 EuMC
Fundamentals and Engineering Considerations of Terahertz Technologies
from Devices to Applications
Room 251
Room 243
Room 242B Room 242A
08:30h-10:10h
Maillot
CONFERENCE SESSIONS MATRIX - MONDAY
EuMC/EuMIC04
ICs-based Tuning Techniques
and Modulation Circuits for
Millimeter-Wave and 5G systems
WM04 EuMC
Millimeter-wave Multilayer MCM/SoP and Heterogeneous Integration Techniques
WM05 EuMC
Millimeter-Wave Technologies for 5G Mobile Networks
WM06 EuMC
Recent Advances in the Synthesis of Microwave Filters and Multiplexers
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WM07 EuMC
Recent Advances in RF/microwave Filters for Space Application
WM08 EuMC
Current and Future Use of Spectrum by PMSE
SCM01 EuMC
High RF Power Critical Effects
EUMIC
Poster
Session
EuMW
EuMC
EuMIC
EuRAD
Joint EuMC/ EuMW
Joint EuMC/ EuMIC
Joint EuMC/ EuRAD
08:30h-10:10h
Amphi Bleu
Room
CONFERENCE SESSIONS MATRIX - TUESDAY
Coffee
Break
10:50h-12:30h
Lunch
13:50h-15:30h
Coffee
Break
16:10h-17:50h
EuMIC11
SiGe BiCMOS Based
Millimeterwave Circuits
EuMC10
Novel Modal Techniques
Room 242B Room 242A
EuMIC10
Broadband Components in
III-V Technologies
EuMIC12
Innovative GaN and
Si Technologies and
Applications
EuMC11
Channel Measurement
and Propagation
EuMC01
Focus Session on Modal
Analysis of Electromagnetic
Structures
EuMC/EuMIC07
Focus Session on
Advances in THz and
Opto-Nanoelectronics
EuMC12
Special Session on Additive
Manufacturing Techniques
for RF Modules
Room 243
EuMC/EuMIC05
Power Device Advanced
Performance Assessment
EuMC05
Power Amplifier
Architectures
EuMC13
Circuit Design for Power
Amplifiers
Room 251
EuMC/EuMIC06
Tunable and Reconfigurable
Filters and Impedance
Matching Techniques
EuMC/EuMIC08
Emerging Techniques for
Parametric Tuning and
Frequency Stability
EuMC14
Low Noise Amplifiers and
Oscillators
EuMC02
Focus Session on Microwave in
Agriculture, Environment and
Earth Observation (MAGEO)
EuMC06
Chipless RFID
Technologies
EuMC15
RFID Techniques and
Applications
EuMC03
Passive Millimeter-wave
Circuits
EuMC07
Passive Power Dividers 1
EuMC16
Couplers
EuMC04
Systems and Techniques for
Wireless Power Transfer and
Energy Harvesting
EuMC08
Efficient Rectifying
Circuits
EuMC17
Near Field Wireless Power
Transfer
Career Platform
EuMC09
Nanoscale
Characterization and OnWafer Calibration
EuMC18
Reflectometers and
Millimeterwave
Characterization
EuMW
Women in Microwave
WiM
Reception
EuMW
Student Design Competition
EuMC/
EuMIC
Poster
session
Hall Maillot,
Level 2
Hall Ternes Level 1
Hall Passy D
Room 241
EuMIC09
Thermal and Microwave
Characterisation of GaN and
InP Devices
Room 252B Room 252A
EuMIC13
Closing
Room 212 + Room 202 +
Room 253
213
203
EuMW01
Opening PLENARY
18:00h- 18:30h 18:30h 22:00h
Welcome
Reception
EuMW
EuMC
EuMIC
EuRAD
Joint EuMC/ EuMW
Joint EuMC/ EuMIC
Joint EuMC/ EuRAD
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CONFERENCE SESSIONS MATRIX - WEDNESDAY
Room
EuMC19
Modeling of Electromagnetic
Periodic Structures and
Metamaterials
EuMC25
Microwave Applications of
Metamaterials
EuMC/EuRAD01
Novel Microwave
Technologies for Antennas
EuRAD01
Opening
EuMC20
Transmission Lines and
Transitions
EuMC26
Passive Power Dividers 2
EuMC33
Integrated Antenna
Technologies
EuMC39
Digital Beamforming and
MIMO Antennas
EuMC21
Microwaves in Biological and
Medical Applications
EuMC27
Microwave Systems
EuMC34
Non-linear Measurements
and Models
EuMC40
Microwave Measurement
Methods and Material
Characterization
EuRAD02
Advanced Synthetic Aperture
Radar Processing
EuRAD03
Focus Session on 3D SAR
Imaging of Complex
Environments
10:50h-12:30h
Lunch
13:50h-15:30h
16:10h-17:50h
Room 243
Room 251
EuMC22
Millimeter Wave Circuits
EuMC28
Front-end Subsystems
EuMC35
Focus Session on Advance in
Scanning Probe Microwave
and mm-wave Microscopy
EuMC/EuRAD04
Feeds, Wideband and Multi
Band Antennas
Room 252B Room 252A
The Defence, Security & Space Forum
EuMC/EuRAD02
UWB Antenna Systems
EuMC23
Advanced Technologies for
Planar, Tunable and AcousticWave Filters
EuMC29
Design Techniques for Planar
Microwave Filters
EuMC36
Waveguide Filter Structures
EuMC41
SIW Filters and Related
Structures
EuMC24
Millimeter-Wave Imaging
EuMC30
Millimeter-Wave Systems
EuMC37
Temperature Sensing and
Modelling
EuMC42
Hyperthermia Applications
EuMC/EuRAD03
Antenna System Assessment
for Radar and Communication
Applications
EuMC31
Integrated Antennas
EuMC38
Special Session on APMC
EuMC/EuRAD05
Printed Antennas
SCW03 EuRAD
Radar Electromagnetic Scattering Modelling
From Random Rough Surfaces
WW01 EuRAD
Opening Ways for Exploring New Maritime Radar Applications
Using High-Level Modeling
Hall Passy D
SCW02 EuMC
Multibeam Antennas and Beamforming Networks
EuMW
Student Design Competition
Hall Ternes Level 1
SCW01 EuRAD
Geometric Radar Processing Breakthrough
Based on Fisher Information Geometry
EuMC
Poster
Session
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18:00h18:45h
EuMC32
Linear and Nonlinear
Modelling Techniques
Room 212 + Room 202 +
Room 253
213
203
Room 242B Room 242A
Room 241
Coffee
Break
Maillot
Coffee
Break
08:30h-10:10h
EuMW
EuMC
EuMIC
EuRAD
Joint EuMC/ EuMW
Joint EuMC/ EuMIC
Joint EuMC/ EuRAD
The DS&S
Forum
Cocktail
Reception
CONFERENCE SESSIONS MATRIX - THURSDAY
Room
Room 241
EuMC47
Flexible Stretchable
and Printed Technology
EuMC/EuRAD06
Array Antennas - Design &
Concepts
EuMC/EuRAD08
Array Antennas - Implementation
Room 252A
Lunch
13:50h-15:30h
Coffee
Break
16:10h-17:50h
EuMC51
Tunable Components for Signal
Processing and Detection
EuMW02
EuMC CLOSING
EuRAD04
Innovative Doppler Radar
Processing
EuRAD06
Waveform Diversity
EuRAD08
MIMO Radars
EuMC45
Biosensors
EuMC48
Wireless Technologies
EuMC52
Special Session on Autonomous Driving
in a Worldwilde Changing Society –
Between Silver Agers and Y-Generation
EuMC49
Silicon Front-End Subsystems
EuRAD09
Special Session
Advances on T/R Modules for
AESA Applications
EuMC46
THz Components
EuMC50
Emerging THz Technologies
EuMC53
Special Session: System Modelling
and Optimization
EuMC/EuRAD07
Antenna Arrays for Different
Applications
EuMC/EuRAD09
Antenna Arrays and Beam
Scanning
EuMC/EuRAD10
Antennas for Ka-band
Applications
EuRAD05
Propagation and Scattering
EuRAD07
Clutter Modeling
EuRAD10
Radar Measurements
Hall Passy D
Student
Challenge,
Poster
Session
Hall Ternes Level 1
Room 212 +
Room 253
213
10:50h-12:30h
EuMC44
Wide-band, Multi-band and
Multi-Mode Planar Filters
Room 251
Room 243
Room 242B Room 242A
EuMC43
Advance Packaging
and Interconnects
Maillot
Coffee
Break
08:30h-10:10h
EuMC/
EuRAD
Poster
Session
EuRAD11
High Resolution and Compressive
Sensing Radar Techniques
Career Platform
EuMW
EuMW
EuMC
EuMIC
EuRAD
Joint EuMC/ EuMW
Joint EuMC/ EuMIC
Joint EuMC/ EuRAD
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CONFERENCE SESSIONS MATRIX - FRIDAY
Room
EuRAD12
Innovative Radar Architectures
and Technologies
EuRAD15
New Radar Architecture and
Enabling Technologies
EuRAD13
Advanced Radar Processing
Techniques
EuRAD16
Automotive and Millimetre-wave
Radar
EuRAD14
Focus Session on Advanced
Modelling, Processing and Inversion
Applied To Ground Penetrating Radar
EuRAD17
Focus Session on Measurement
and Processing Techniques for
System Diagnostic and Calibration
Room 243
Room 242B Room 242A
Room 241
Coffee
Break
08:30h-10:10h
10:50h-12:30h
Lunch
13:50h-15:30h
EuRAD18
Closing
SCF01 EuRAD
MIMO Radar: From Principles to Practical and Useful Applications
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EuMW
EuMC
EuMIC
EuRAD
Joint EuMC/ EuMW
Joint EuMC/ EuMIC
Joint EuMC/ EuRAD
Coffee
Break
16:10h-17:50h
CONFERENCE
EXHIBITOR
SESSIONS
WORKSHOP
MATRIX,
MATRIX
SUNDAY
Wednesday 9th September
Tuesday 8th September
Date
Room
Hall Ternes,
Keysight
Workshop Room
13:30h - 17:15h
Keysight Technologies Workshops
09:30h - 13:30h
Rohde & Schwarz Tutorial Seminars
14:45h - 16:15h
Rohde & Schwarz Tutorial Seminars
11:15h - 12:00h
Rohde & Schwarz Workshops
13:45h - 17:30h
Rohde & Schwarz Workshops
111-112-113
on Level 1
09:30h - 13:00h
National Instruments Workshops
13:30h - 17:00h
National Instruments Workshops
101 & 102
on Level 1
10:00h – 11:40h
Anritsu Workshops
13:00h – 15:40h
Anritsu Workshops
Hall Ternes,
Keysight
Workshop Room
09:30h - 13:15h
Keysight Technologies Workshops
13:30h - 17:15h
Keysight Technologies Workshops
09:30h - 12:45h
Rohde & Schwarz Tutorial Seminars
13:30h - 16:45h
Rohde & Schwarz Tutorial Seminars
11:00h - 13:30h
Rohde & Schwarz Workshops
15:00h - 15:45h
Rohde & Schwarz Workshops
Salle Passy
on Level 1
Thursday 10th September
Salle Passy
on Level 1
Hall Ternes,
Keysight
Workshop Room
09:30h - 13:15h
Keysight Technologies Workshops
09:30h - 11:00h
Rohde & Schwarz Tutorial Seminars
Salle Passy
on Level 1
11:00h - 14:45h
Rohde & Schwarz Workshops
15:45h - 16:45h
Rohde & Schwarz Workshops
Anritsu Workshops
Keysight Technologies Workshops
National Instruments Workshops
Rohde & Schwarz Workshops
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THE EXHIBITION
LEVEL 1 HALLS PASSY, NEUILLY, PARIS & TERNES
TERNES
HALL TERNES
NEUILLY
PARIS
scène
stage
3
GRAND
AMPHITHÉÂTRE
HALL
NEUILLY
HALL
PARIS
1 813 à 3 723 places
138M
137M
136M
128M
127M
126M
125M
135M
134M
124M
HALL PASSY
104*
12
1
12 M
12 2M
3M
1M
13 M
2
13 M
3
13
ENTRANCE
REGISTRATION
AREA
SALLE room
PASSY
200 m²
Level 1
3
10
2
10
1
10
1
11
2
11
3
11
Level 0
Level -1
Please note that registration is located on your right as you enter Level 1
MAILLOT
KEY
ACCES / ACCESS
Exhibitor Workshop
Registration Desks
Coffee Break
On site Registration
MicroApps
Poster Panels
Fast Track
(Tuesday, Wednesday & Thursday)
Storage
Registration Area
Delegate Bags
Student Challenge
Server Room
Student Design Competition
EuM A Desk
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Ascenseur / Lift
Monte-charge / Goods lift
Toilettes / Restrooms
Escaliers / Stairs
Niveau
Level
1
Escalator
Parking
Metro
FLOOR PLAN
THE CONFERENCE
LEVEL 2
CONFERENCE ROOMS
TERNES
273
M
272
M
271
M
M
263
M
6
2 2
M
261
Foyer
Foyer
AMPHITHÉÂTRE
BLEU
826 places
253
NEUILLY
PARIS
243
CTS
B
252
B
3
242
A
A
CTS
GRAND
AMPHITHÉÂTRE
de 1 813 à 3 723 places
237M
251
227M
241
236M
235M
234M
226M
225M
224M
HALL MAILLOT
5 540 m²
204
1M
23 M
2
23 M
3
23
22
1
22 M
22 2M
3M
(incl. salle Maillot)
Room
MAILLOT
400 m²
Level 2
3
20
2
20
1
20
1
21
2
21
3
21
Level 1
Level 0
MAILLOT
ACCES / ACCESS
Ascenseur / Lift
Monte-charge / Goods lift
Toilettes / Restrooms
Note: Monday Poster Panels are located in Hall Maillot
Niveau
Level
2
Escaliers / Stairs
Escalator
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EuMW 2015
FREEDOM THROUGH MICROWAVES
6 - 11 SEPTEMBER 2015
EXHIBITOR LIST
AA MCS
Aaronia AG
Adamant Co. Ltd.
ADVANCED TECHNICAL MATERIALS
ADVANTEN
Aerospace & Defense Technology
AFT Microwave GmbH
AIRMEMS
Albatross Projects GmbH
Altair Engineering GmbH
AMCAD Engineering
American Standard Circuits Inc.
Amplifier Solutions
Analog Devices
Anritsu
ANSYS France
AO Technologies SAS
API Technologies Corp.
Apple Inc.
AR Europe
Arlon
Arralis Ltd.
ART-FI
ASB Inc.
Aspocomp Group Plc
Assystem France
AT Wall Company
Aurora Software and Testing
AVX Corp.
BAE Systems
BSC Filters Ltd.
Cambridge University Press
Cascade Microtech Inc.
Changzhou Zhongying SCI&TEC Co. Ltd.
Chi-Shuai Enterprise Co., Ltd.
Chin Nan Precision Electronics Co. Ltd.
CISTEME
Cobham Microwave
Competitiveness Cluster Elopsys / CCI
international Limousin
Compound Semiconductor
Copper Mountain Technologies
Cotsworks
CREE
CST-Computer Simulation Technology AG
Daa Sheen Technology Co. Ltd.
DelfMEMS
DeTi
Diamond Microwave
Diconex
Dow-Key Microwave
Ducommun
E&C Anechoic Chambers NV
e2v
Eclipse Microwave
EGiDE SA
Elbit Systems EW and SIGINT-Elisra
Electronic Specifier Ltd.
Electronics World
Electronique Composants & Instrumentation
Electroniques
Elexo
ELHYTE
Equipements Scientifiques
ERZIA Technologies SL
ETRI
EUROMIP
Everything RF
Exodus Advanced Communications
Exxelia Supply
Farran Technology Ltd.
FH Microwave SARL
Filtronic Broadband
Flann Microwave Ltd
Focus Microwaves Inc.
Fraunhofer FHR
Fraunhofer IAF
Freescale Semiconducteurs France SAS
Frontlynk Technologies Inc.
Giga-concept
Greenray Industries
hf-Praxis
Hi-Rel Group
High Frequency Electronics
Holzworth Instrumentation
Huang Liang Technologies Co. Ltd.
Huber + Suhner AG
Hytem
IEMN-CNRS
IHP
Infineon Technologies AG
INGUN Pruefmittelbau GmbH
Innerton
INOVEOS
Insulated Wire Inc
Intech Microwaves Srl
International Microwave Symposium (IMS)
Ion Beam Milling
Isola GmbH
Isolink
JFW Industries
Johanson Technology
Jye Bao Co.
K&L Microwave
Keysight Technologies
Knowles
Kuhne Electronic GmbH
L3 Communications Electron Devices
Laird
Lake Shore Cryotronics Inc.
Lansdale
LEW Techniques Ltd.
LPKF Laser & Electronics AG
MACOM
Marki Microwave
Matech Electronique
Maury Microwave Corp.
Mega Industries LLC
Megaphase
Mesures
Mician GmbH
Micro Systems Engineering GmbH
Microwave Engineering Europe
Microwave Innovation Group (MiG)
Microwave Journal
Microwave Product Digest (Octagon Comms)
Microwave Products Group
Microwavefilters & TVC Srl
Microwaves and RF
MICROWORLD
MITS Electronics
Mitsubishi Electric Europe BV
Molex Incorporated
MOSIS
MPI Corp.
MTI-Milliren Technologies Inc.
Namiki Group
National Instruments
Noise XT
Norden Millimeter
NUOVA EUROTAR s.r.l.
Nuwaves
NXP Semiconductors
OML
OMMIC
Omniradar
Optenni Ltd
Pacific Millimeter Products
Park Elecrochemical Corp
Pasquali Microwave Systems Srl
Pickering Interfaces Ltd.
PICO Technology Ltd.
Planar Monolithics Inc
Pole/Zero Corporation
Polytech Instrumentation by Jeulin
Premix Oy
Presto Engineering Inc.
Public University of Navarre (UPNA)
QP Microwave
Quik-Pak
Radar Systems Technology Inc.
Radiall
Res-Net Microwave Inc.
RF Microtech
RF Microtech s.r.l.
RFHIC Corp.
RFMW Europe Ltd.
Rogers Corp.
Rohde & Schwarz
Rosenberger Hochfrequenztechnik GmbH & Co. KG
SAF Tehnika
San-tron
Saras Technology Ltd
Schmid & Partner Engineering AG
SCHOTT AG
SIAE MICROELETTRONICA
Soliani EMC
Sonnet Software Inc.
Soontai Tech Co. Ltd.
Southwest Microwave Inc.
SpaceForest Sp. z.o.o. (Ltd.)
Spectrum Elektrotechnik GmbH
Spherea Test and Services
Spinner GmbH
STACEM
Sumitomo Electric Device Innovations
Sumitomo Electric Europe Ltd.
Sumitomo Electric Industries
Synaero
Synopsis Corporation Group
Synopsis Technologies
Taconic
Tech-Inter
Techniwave
Teledyne Coax Switches
Teledyne Defence Ltd.
Teledyne Labtech Ltd.
Teledyne Relays
Temwell Corp.
Times Microwave Systems
TNO Defense, Safety and Security
Trans-Tech/Skyworks
United Monolithic Semiconductors (UMS)
Varioprint AG
Vector Telecom
VIA electronic GmbH
WILEY
WIN Semiconductors Corp.
Wireless Design & Development
WIPL-D
Würth Elektronik eiSos GmbH & Co. KG
XLIM Research Institute
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