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PIERS
Progress In Electromagnetics Research Symposium
 
List of Best Student Paper Award - PIERS 2015 Prague

SC1: CEM, EMC, Scattering & EM Theory

  • 1st, Priyadarshini Thiyam, Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden,
    Paper Title: Effective Lennard-Jones Parameters for CO2-CO2 Dispersion Interactions in Water and near Amorphous Silica-water Interfaces
  • 2nd, Jian Zhang, Tongji University, China,
    Paper Title: Efficient Numerical Solution for Time-domain Volume Integral Equations

SC2: Metamaterials, Plasmonics and Complex Media

  • 1st, Ali Mirzaei, Australian National University, Australia,
    Paper Title: Pure Electric and Magnetic Hotspots by Dielectric Cylindrical Dimers
  • 2nd Maxim A. Gorlach, ITMO University, Russia,
    Paper Title: Nonlocality in Discrete Metamaterials
  • 3rd, Tao Wang, Universite de Nice-Sophia Antipolis and UMR 7335 CNRS, France,
    Paper Title: An Efficient and Innovative Modelisation for Nanolasers

SC3: Optics and Photonics

  • 1st, K. Lambropoulos, National and Kapodistrian University of Athens, Greece,
    Paper Title: THz Oscillations in DNA Monomers, Dimers and Trimers
  • 2nd, Anastasia V. Vedyashkina, National Research University "Moscow Power Engineering Institute",Russia,
    Paper Title: Formation of Caustics by Refraction of Structured Laser Radiation in the Diffusive Layer of Liquid
  • 3rd, Mustafa Eryurek, Koc University, Turkey,
    Paper Title: Hydrogen and Humidity Sensing Based on WGMs of Elastic Polymer Optical Microresonators

SC4: Antennas and Microwave Technologies

  • 1st, Rasmus Cornelius, RWTH Aachen University, Germany,
    Paper Title: Analysis of Sampling Grids for Spherical Near-field Antenna Measurements
  • 2nd, Alberto Leggieri, Universita degli Studi di Roma ``Tor Vergata'', Italy,
    Paper Title: Electron Beam Detection by Induced Resonance in Cylindrical Cavity
  • 3rd, Leonardo Amorese, Gallo Gomes, University of Sao Paulo, Brazil,
    Paper Title: 60 GHz Antenna on Metallic Nanowired Membrane Substrate

SC5: Remote Sensing, Inverse Problems, Imaging, Radar& Sensing

  • 1st, Hao Nan, Stanford University, USA,
    Paper Title: A 16-Element Wideband Microwave Applicator for Breast Cancer Detection Paper: Using Thermoacoustic Imaging
  • 2nd, Thomas Dallmann, RWTH Aachen University, Germany,
    Paper Title: On the Connection between Jones Matrix and Sinclair Matrix
  • 3rd, Pratik Shah, University of Southern California, USA,
    Paper Title: Fast Level Set Based Method for High Contrast Microwave Imaging

 

 
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