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Special Issue on "Microwave Sensing and Imaging"

We are organizing the Special Issue "Microwave Sensing and Imaging" on Sensors!

DEADLINE EXTENDED - March 31, 2021

You are invited to submit a paper!

This Special Issue aims at providing some insights into recent microwave sensing and imaging systems and techniques. Topics of interest include, but are not limited to: computational methods for electromagnetic imaging and inverse scattering, analytical and numerical forward modeling techniques in complex scenarios, sensors and antenna design, as well as innovative applications of microwave sensing and imaging.

Young Scientist Award at URSI GASS 2020

Alessandro Fedeli received a “Young Scientist Award” in the framework of the “XXXIII General Assembly and Scientific Symposium of the International Union of Radio Science” (URSI GASS 2020). More information about this event can be found here.

Award at the 2019 Joint Meeting GTTI-SIEm

The work "Electromagnetic imaging methods in Lebesgue spaces for nondestructive testing and biomedical diagnostics", presented by Alessandro Fedeli, has been awarded at the 2019 Joint Meeting GTTI-SIEm (Pavia, Italy, June 26-28, 2019).

"Microwave Imaging Methods and Applications" (by M. Pastorino and A. Randazzo) book available

"Microwave Imaging Methods and Applications" available in stores!

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Microwave Imaging Methods and Applications provides practitioners and researchers with a complete overview of the latest and most important noninvasive and nondestructive techniques for inspecting structures and bodies by using microwaves.

New M.Sc. in Engineering for Natural Risk Management

A new M.Sc. in "Engineering for Natural Risk Management" has been activated in the University Campus of Savona. Enrollment is open!

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"Seeing" beyond walls? New imaging modalities for through-the-wall radar systems

The Applied Electromagnetics Group at DITEN has started a research activity concerning the development of innovative imaging modalities for through-the-wall radar systems


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