Monday Seminars

Monday Seminars

Certain Mondays of the year, PhD and Master students present their contributions related to their research work. They are students of CEI, that work close to research and industry projects and whose work belongs to a hot topic in science and engineering.

July 21, 2014. “Métodos de Monte Carlo con Matlab” by José Manuel Mira.

June 23, 2014. “Growth and processing of GaN nanowires for realization of NanoFETs (Field Effect Transistors)” by Zarko Gacevic

June 16, 2014. “Comparative analysis of DC/DC converters solutions for more electric aircraft” by Yann Bouvier

June 9, 2014. “Wide bandwidth envelope trackers with reduced switching frequency for RF power amplifier” by Pengming Cheng

June 2, 2014.“Towards an Adaptive and Cooperative Learning Model” by Mónica Villaverde

March 31, 2014. “Towards Improved Fault Tolerance by means of Dynamic and Partial Reconfiguration in Space Applications” by F. Veljković

March 24, 2014. “Hardware implementation of Artificial Neural Network for image encoding” by D. Aledo

March 17, 2014. “Envelope amplifier based on multiphase buck converter with MTC for highbandwidth application” by P. Cheng

March 10, 2014. “HiReCookie . Node Architecture for Dynamically Trading-Off Among Performance, Power  Consumption and Dependability in Cyber Physical Systems” by J. Valverde

February 17, 2014. “Output Impedance Correction Circuit (OICC)” by V. Šviković

December 9, 2013 A cooperative system based on wireless network to improve the hit rate in radar-based system target identification” (provisional title) by Mónica Villaverde

December 2, 2013 An automatic learning-based technique to improve the hit rate in radar-based system target identification” (provisional title) by David P. Daza

November 25, 2013. “Power Losses Calculations in windings of gapped Magnetic Components” by Fermín Holguín

November 4, 2013. “Eigenfaces face recognition system. A comparison between the algorithm in hardware, software and in a GPU” by Julio Camarero

October 7, 2013.  “Physical modeling and application of GaN HEMTs in Envelope Amplifier for highly efficient Radio Frequency Power Amplifier” by Dejana Čučak

September 23, 2013.  “Design and Development of an Assistant Tool for Deploying, Debugging and Maintaining Wireless Sensor Networks: The DPCM Project” by Gabriel Mujica

September 9, 2013.  “Modelling, analysis and optimization of analog controls for Buck converters” by Jorge Cortés

July 22, 2013.  “An Evolutionary Approach to Particle Filtering” by Alfonso Rodríguez

Jun 17, 2013Dynamic and Partial Reconfiguration in Space Qualified SRAM-based FPGAs” by Filip Veljković

Jun 3, 2013Freezing without ice by applying electric and magnetic fields” by Carlos A. López

May 20, 2013Isolated Three-Phase Rectifiers for Aircraft Applications” by Marcelo Silva

May 5, 2013Envelope Amplifier Based on Hybrid series Converter” by Pengming Cheng

April 22, 2013Multi-objective Planning Tool for Wireless Sensor Networks” by Danping He

April 8, 2013Methodology for Dynamic Stability and Robustness Analysis of Commercial-Power-Module-Based DC-Distributed Systems” by Sanna Vesti

February 11, 2013. “Multiphase Current Controlled Buck Converter with Energy Recycling Output Impedance Correction Circuit (OICC)” by Vladimir Svikovic

Monday Seminars

  • Wednesday Seminar by Hesam Mazaheri

    On May 16, 2018, our Ph.D. candidate Hesam Mazaheri will talk about “Region of Stability by using Black-box Model”, under Wednesday Seminar format.

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  • Wednesday Seminar by Lixin Shi

    On May 9, 2018, our Ph.D. candidate Lixin Shi will talk about “a self-adapted wireless charging system to deliver maximum power”, under Wednesday Seminar format.

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  • Wednesday Seminar by Arturo Perez

    On April 25, 2018, our Ph.D. candidate Arturo Perez Garcia will talk about “Hardening MPSoCs for space applications”, under Wednesday Seminar format.

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  • Wednesday seminar by Airán Francés

    On April 18, 2018, our Ph.D. candidate Airán Francés will talk about “A Blackbox Nonlinear Modeling Approach for DC Microgrids”, under Wednesday Seminar format.

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  • Wednesday seminar by Antreas Naziris

    On April 4, 2018, our Ph.D. candidate Antreas Naziris will talk about “Large-Signal Black Box Modeling of Bi-Directional Battery Charger”, under Wednesday Seminar format.

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  • Wednesday seminar by Leonardo Suriano

    On March 21, 2018, our Ph.D. candidate Leonardo Suriano will talk about “Runtime Manager for a Dataflow-Based RTOS (SPiDER evolution)”, under Wednesday Seminar format.

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  • Wednesday seminar by Galo Guarderas

    On February 14, 2018, our Ph.D. candidate Galo Guarderas will talk about “Large-signal black-box behavioural modelling of grid-supporting power converters in DC micro-grids”, under Wednesday Seminar format.

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  • Wednesday seminar by Yann Bouvier

    On February 7, 2018, our Ph.D. candidate Yann Bouvier will talk about “Advanced topology solutions for high power dc-dc converters for aircraft applications”, under Wednesday Seminar format.

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  • Wednesday seminar by Regina Ramos

    On January 31, 2018, our Ph.D. candidate Regina Ramos will talk about “Little Box Google Challenge”, under Wednesday Seminar format.

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  • Wednesday seminar by David Aledo

    On January 24, 2018, our Ph.D. candidate David Aledo will talk about “A proposal of a hardware operating system for hardware”, under Wednesday Seminar format.

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