Monday May 13, 2019, 8:30-10:30, Prague Congress Centre, North Hall
8:30-9:10: “Artificial Neural Networks for Microwave Design-Recent Advances and Future Directions”
Q. J. Zhang, Carleton University, Canada
9:10-9:30: “Artificial Neural Networks for Small-Signal Modeling of Advanced Microwave Transistors: Does the Device Technology Influence Modeling?”
Zlatica Marinković*, Giovanni Crupi**, Alina Caddemi**, Vera Marković*, Dominique M. M.-P. Schreurs***,
* University of Niš, Serbia, **University of Messina, Italy, ***KU Leuven, Belgium
9:30-9:50: "New Applications of Artificial Intelligence in Microwaves"
Filiz Güneş, Yildiz Technical University, Turkey
Mehmet Ali Belen, Artvin Coruh University, Turkey
9:50-10:10: “Forward and Inverse Neural Modeling of RF MEMS switches”
Tomislav Ćirić*, Rohan Dhuri**, Olivera Pronić-Rančić*, Vera Marković*, Zlatica Marinković*,
*University of Niš, Serbia, **ALTEN GmbH, Munich, Germany
10:10-10:30: “Neural Network-based Approaches for the Spatial Localization of Microwave Sources with Stochastic Radiation”
Zoran Stanković, Nebojša Dončov, Biljana Stosić, University of Niš, Serbia
In the past two decades, smart techniques based on the artificial intelligence have found their place as a very efficient and powerful tool for modeling and optimization in the field of microwave engineering. Having in mind a growing general interest for the artificial intelligence, the aim of this workshop is to give an insight into the state-of-the art and future directions in the field of smart modeling techniques for different microwave applications. The majority of presentations will refer to the applications of artificial neural networks, as the most frequently used smart technique in the field of microwaves, for modeling and optimization of passive and active microwave devices, as well as other applications such as spatial localization of microwave sources. Moreover, the workshop will cover applications of other smart techniques, among them support vector machine methods, symbolic regression, and evolutionary algorithms.
Qijun Zhang: QiJunZhang@cunet.carleton.ca
Zlatica Marinković: email@example.com
Filiz Güneş: firstname.lastname@example.org
Tomislav Ćirić: email@example.com
Nebojša Dončov: Nebojsa.firstname.lastname@example.org
Monday May 13, 2019, 12:30-15:30, Prague Congress Centre, North Hall
Workshop: "Active, Non-Foster, and Time-varying Electromagnetic Structures and System"
Workshop Organizers: Silvio Hrabar, University of Zagreb, Croatia, Dmitry Kholodnyak, Saint Petersburg Electrotechnical University "LETI", Russia
12:35-13:05: "Wireless Power Communications Based on Backscatter, an Alternative for IoT Sensor Development"
Nuno Borges Carvalho, Universidade de Aveiro, Portugal
13:05-13:35: "Non-reciprocity and Control of Doppler Effect in Antenna Systems Induced by Active Time-varying Metamaterials and Metasurfaces"
Davide Ramaccia, Alessandro Toscano, and Filiberto Bilotti, Università Degli Studi Roma Tre, Italy
13:50-14:20: "Applications of Non-Foster Elements in RF/Microwave Engineering – Basic Ideas and Background Physics"
Silvio Hrabar, University of Zagreb, Croatia
14:20-14:50: "Non-Foster Forms and Their Application to Small Antenna Designs"
Daniel Segovia-Vargas and Fernando Albarracín-Vargas, University Carlos III de Madrid, Spain
14:50-15:20: "RF/Microwave Devices with Non-Foster Elements"
Dmitry Kholodnyak, Saint Petersburg Electrotechnical University "LETI", Russia
15:20-15:30: Conclusion and Discussion
Usually, the electromagnetic and electronic parts of standard communication system, such as antennas, amplifiers, oscillators etc. are analyzed and designed separately. However, the recent progress of active electromagnetic structures and systems is changing this approach and merging the fields of electromagnetics and RF/microwave engineering. Here, the electronic and electromagnetic parts are joined into an entity with novel physical phenomena such as negative, switching, or time-varying capacitance/inductance. Applications associated with this novel approach include advanced wireless power transfer systems, broadband/ non-reciprocal/ self-oscillating antennas, metasurfaces, filters, hybrids and phase shifters, just to mention a few. This workshop gathers together a team of prominent experts that will give an overview of both the background theory and applications of this exciting research field.
Nuno Borges Carvalho: email@example.com
Davide Ramaccia: firstname.lastname@example.org
Silvio Hrabar: Silvio.Hrabar@fer.hr
Daniel Segovia-Vargas: email@example.com
Dmitry Kholodnyak: Dmitry.Kholodnyak@mwlab.spb.ru