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RF Antenna Engineer with Phased Array Antenna Experience

RF Antenna Engineer The engineer will work on design, simulation, prototyping and test of flat panel antenna arrays, array topologies and antenna subsystems. It is important that the candidate have solid technical understanding of RF/microwave circuits, a track record of developing various kinds of RF hardware and ability to do measurements.

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13 PhD positions in Marie Slodowskwa-Curie Innovative Training Network “EMERALD - ElectroMagnetic imaging for a novel genERation of medicAL Devices"

EMERALD is the coherent action of leading European engineering groups involved in electromagnetic (EM) technology for medical imaging to form a cohort of highly-skilled researchers capable of accelerating the translation of this technology “from research bench to patient bedside”. To this end, EMERALD will establish a group of 13 outstanding early stage researchers who will be the European leaders in this field, through a unique scientific and training programme.

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Millimeter-wave technologies for biomedical electromagnetics: potential of amplitude-modulated millimeter waves

Millimeter-wave (MMW) technologies are increasingly used for various applications (5G, biomedical applications, etc.). Recently, our research team has demonstrated the possibility of selective focusing of heating in cutaneous and sub-cutaneous layers by means of MMW for thermal treatments. This opens a door to new potential applications of MMW in the field of biomedical electromagnetics, including selective targeting of skin cancers. The main purpose of this PhD research project is to explore the potential of MMW for innovate applications in the field of biomedical electromagnetics.

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Millimeter-wave technologies for biomedical electromagnetics: multi-physics microdosimetry

Millimeter-wave (MMW) technologies are increasingly used for various applications (5G, biomedical applications, etc.). Recently, our research team has demonstrated the possibility of selective focusing of heating in cutaneous and sub-cutaneous layers by means of MMW for thermal treatments. This opens a door to new potential applications of MMW in the field of biomedical electromagnetics, including selective targeting of skin cancers. The main purpose of this PhD research project is to analyze EM field and temperature distributions at cellular level in order to gain an insight into local micro- and submm-scale phenomena occurring during exposure of the human body to MMW.

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Ultra-Low-Profile Electronically Steerable Transmitarray Antennas for SATCOM applications at Ka-band

The PhD work aims to make major innovation in modeling and design of transmitarray antennas for application in Ka-band (28 – 40 GHz); more specifically, it will address the development of numerical tools for the design of ultra-low-profile transmitarray, and the design and demonstration of several transmitarrays with advanced functionalities, such as dual polarization, multi-beam and electronic reconfiguration.

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Novel antenna architectures for high speed wireless at 300 GHz

A more efficient use of the available spectrum does not suffice to reach the bandwidths (BWs) of sever-al tens of GHz required by future wireless systems. Thus, the use of the 275-350 GHz frequency range is the key to enable ultra-large BW wireless. We will investigate the efficient radiation of the photocurrent generated in the photodetector, overcoming the impedance mismatch between antenna and photomixer. Our goal will be to obtain conjugate matching for broad bandwidths. Last but not least, special attention must will be paid to finding the most appropriate materials and fabrication techniques for the photoconductive antenna arrays.

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Low-profile steerable antenna in Ka-band

High data rates require the large bandwidth available at Ka-band but also extremely flat and steerable antennas to be integrated on the fuselage of moving platforms. The main technical and scientific challenge of the project is the development of a very low profile antenna architecture able to steer in a fast and efficient way its main beam over a large angular sector and wide band.

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Low profile and broadband antennas for high speed wireless at 300 GHz

A more efficient use of available spectrum does not suffice to reach the ultra-large bandwidths (BWs) required by wireless systems beyond 5G, and the use of frequencies in the Terahertz (THz) gap is the key to enable ultra-large BW wireless. The frequency range between 275 and 350 GHz is particularly convenient. This project will explore and compare two different antenna architectures, namely array of one-dimensionally (1D) modulated metasurfaces (MTSs), and transmitarray (TA) antennas.

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Study of new antenna technologies for 5G application at millimeter waves

The objective of the PhD project is to study the most antenna technology suitable for both base station antenna and point-to-point backhauling solution with beam steering capabilities in millimetre waves. The selected antenna solutions should comply with ETSI radiation masks and account for mechanical constraints (size and compactness). The beam steering angle shall be a key element of the selected antenna technology and should preferably be steerable all around the azimuthal axis

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Modeling and characterization of high-speed interconnects (antennas and transmission lines) at millimeter waves for automotive applications

This research project aims to study high-speed transmission lines and interconnects at millimeter waves for automotive applications. You will be recruited for 3 years as a researcher / R&D engineer at the R&D center of APTIV Connection Systems (www.aptiv.com) and will prepare a PhD thesis in collaboration with the Institut d’Electronique et de Télécommunications de Rennes (IETR, www.ietr.fr). This research research work will be carried out both at IETR, Rennes, France and at APTIV Connection Systems, Epernon, France

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Fast and Accurate Iterative Physical Optics Approach for the Modeling of Electrically Huge Platforms

The Iterative Physical Optics (IPO) is a High Frequency method for the electromagnetic analysis, which is inherently parallelizable, thus providing an unrivaled fast tool for the description of large platforms, prediction of RCS, antenna siting, etc. To enhance IPO accuracy, this PhD programs aims to combine it with an exact method, i.e., the Electric Field Integral Equation (EFIE), which is cast in a similar iterative algorithm through a Calderon preconditioning

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RF Engineer at ViaSat Antenna Systems, Switzerland

We are looking for an engineer with a passion for antennas that is eager to join a dynamic and innovative team. Our Antenna Systems team works with cutting-edge SATCOM and networking technologies. You will be challenged to develop new technologies, new antenna concepts to be used in new products like phased arrays, passive arrays, and reflectors.

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Application engineer at TICRA

Open position with deadline the 30th of November

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