D. R. H. Helena,
J. N. Matos,
3D Printed Horn Antenna for Satellite Communication Systems,
Third Place Award for Best Student Paper Award from 14th Congress of the Portuguese Committee of URSI with the paper "3D Printed Horn Antenna for Satellite Communication Systems".,
WPTC2020 - Student Best Paper Award,
Student Best Paper Award - IEEE MTT-S Wireless Power Transfer Conference (WTPC) 2020. Nov 15 – 18, 2020 / Seoul, Korea,
Textile Antenna Array for Bio-Radar Applications,
EuMA first prize at MIKON Conference 2020, related with the Young Scientist Contest.,
J. N. Matos,
Smart Antennas for the Future Low-Earth Orbit Satellite Constellations,
Best Pitch Electrical Engineering in Research Day of University of Aveiro in June 24-26, 2020,
C. R Riva,
EuCap 2020 Best Paper Award,
Ref.: EuCAP 2020 Paper No 1570602243 ‘The MEKaP Project: Measuring Tropospheric Impairments at Ka Band with MEO Satellites’.
The Best Paper Awards Chair and Committees have finalized the evaluation of 25 nominated papers, which were presented at the live online Best Paper Awards Session on Thursday, 19 March 2020.
I am pleased to inform you that your paper, submitted to the EuCAP2020 Best Paper Award in Propagation, has been selected as the winner of this competition!
The Award Certificate will be sent at a later point by ordinary mail.
Please, convey this notification to the co-authors of your paper.
On behalf of the organizing committee, we congratulate you on this achievement!
Prof. Marianna Ivashina, Chalmers University of Technology, Gothenburg, Sweden
EuCAP 2020 Award Chair,
ARFTG Roger Pollard Student Fellowship in Microwave Measurements,
J. N. Matos,
Ultra-wideband Log-periodic Antenna Array for LEO Constellations Terminals,
3rd Place for Best Student Paper Award from 13th Congress of the Portuguese Committee of URSI with the paper "Ultra-wideband Log-periodic Antenna Array for LEO Constellations Terminals", 17-12-2019,
J. N. Matos,
L. S. L. Leitão,
M. S. Neves,
IEEE Antennas and Propagation Society 2019 Contest Student 2nd Place Award,
Goal: Propose a setup that characterizes/demonstrates the properties of an antenna system and provide educational material to explain these properties.
The setup must be able to measure/demonstrate some properties of an antenna system. These properties include (but are not limited to) impedance, efficiency, frequency of operation, bandwidth, gain, polarization, beam width, RCS, MIMO performance…
The results must be displayed in real time.
The setup and procedure must be easy to understand for non-specialists.
The setup must be easy to reproduce in a classroom.
The setup must be designed using the non-dedicated/non-specialized equipment. The teams are encouraged to use devices as mobile phones, small drones, or any commercially available device that is NOT specifically intended for antenna/RF testing.
The teams have to explain the theory behind their demonstration setup in a simple way (so that it can be understood by non-engineers.)
Step-by-step instructions to allow reproducing the system for anyone who wants to use it for teaching purposes have to be provided.
Merit will be assigned to designs based on the following criteria, equally weighted:
- Creativity and justification of the design;
- Capability of the system to show the properties of the system under test;
- Use of non-standard equipment and DIY strategies;
- Quality of the experimental model and results;
- Educational value and clarity of the DIY/demonstration instructions.
Existing licensed software at the university (e.g., electromagnetic simulation software) or free software may be used. Any other commercial software used for the project should be included in the budget. The total production cost for the entire system must be less than US$1,500.,
Techtextil Innovation Award 2019,
RF-DC and antenna designed in textile material (coat). A LED lights up if enough radiation energy is received.,
Real-time Tunable Delta-Sigma Modulators for All-Digital RF Transmitters,
Honorable Mention (2nd Award) in the Prémio Científico IBM (Scientific Prize IBM),
Second Place Award Fraunhofer Portugal Challenge, with the master thesis named as "Bio-Radar",
Motion Detection Method for Clutter Rejection in the Bio-Radar Signal Processing,
Best Paper Award by the Program Committee as per the Conference Awards Scheme, in ICRST 2018 : International Conference on Radar Science and Technology, with the conference paper "Motion Detection Method for Clutter Rejection in the Bio-Radar Signal Processing",
Active Antenna Array Characterization for Massive MIMO 5G Scenarios,
Best Interactive Forum Award, 91st ARFTG Microwave Measurement Conference (ARFTG), Philadelphia,
Bio-radar performance evaluation for different antenna design,
First Place Award for Best Student Paper Award from 11th Congress of the Portuguese Committee of URSI with the paper "Bio-radar performance evaluation for different antenna design",
THE FIBER SOCIETY GRADUATE STUDENT PAPER COMPETITION,
3rd Place at The Fiber Society Student Paper Competition with the paper “Influence of Some Structural Parameters of Textiles on Their Dielectric Behaviour”. Contest sponsored by Johnson & during the fall The Fiber Society meeting, held in Athens (GA-USA), November 2017.,
IEEE MTT-S STUDENT PAPER AWARD,
Honourable mention in the Student Paper Award at the IEEE MTT-S International Microwave Workshop Series on Advanced Materials and Processes (IMWS-AMP) 2017 Conference, with the paper “Influence of the Laminating Manufacturing Technique on the S11 Parameter of Printed Textile Antennas”. Conference promoted by IEEE Microwave Theory and Techniques Society (MTT-S) and the European Microwave Association (EuMA), held in Pavia (IT), September 2017.,
3 MINUTES, 1 SLIDE... YOUR THESIS CHALLENGE,
3rd Place at the 3M Thesis Challenge promoted by the Instituto Coordenador de Investigação (ICI – UBI) and Santander Totta, in November 2015.,
J T Tavares,
H S Saraiva,
F. J. Velez,
STS ITALIA 10 BEST PAPERS OF YOUNG RESEARCHERS,
One of the ten best papers of young researchers on 5th STS Italia Conference – A Matter of Design: Making Society through Science and Technology, with the paper “Developing Sustainable Communication Interfaces Through Fashion Design”. Merit fellowship to participate on the conference, held in Milan (IT), May 2014.,
Undergraduate Student Design Competition for Software Defined Radio and Signal Processing,
First prize award in Student Design Competition for Software Defined Radio and Signal Processing at International Microwave Symposium 2013, sponsored by IEEE MTT-S.,
Best Student Paper Award 2012 - URSI Portuguese Committee,
Best Student Paper Award at the 6th Conference of URSI Portuguese Committee with the paper entitled "Evaluation of Comb Generator Performance for Nonlinear Measurements on Mixed-Domain Instrumentation".,
MTT Software Defined Radio and Digital Signal Processing,
Second place at the IMS2012 Software Defined Radio and Digital Signal Processing Student Design Competition,
Best Student Presentation Award COST Action IC0803,
Work: “Evaluation of Second-Order Bandpass Sampling Receivers for Software Defined Radio”
Location: 8th MC Meeting and Workshop of COST IC0803, Belfast, United Kingdom,
Prémio PLUG 2010 - Rádios Cognitivos,
Atribuído pela APRITEL (Associação dos Operadores de Telecomunicações),
3rd place GAAS Association Student Fellowship for EuMIC 2009,
Third place in Gallium Arsenide Application Symposium Association Student Fellowship 2009 given at European Microwave Integrated Circuits Conference (EuMIC) in Rome, Italy,
Excellence in Signal Processing Award given by Texas Instruments.,
J. C. Pedro,
MTT Student Paper Contest (3rd Place),
Third place at the Student Paper Contest in the IEEE Microwave Theory and Techniques Symposium, Baltimore, USA,
Prémio Engº Ferreira Pinto Basto,
Best student in Electronics and Telecommunications Engineer in the year 1994-1995 at Aveiro University, this prize was granted by ALCATEL Portugal.,
Best student in Electronics and Telecommunications Engineer at UA,
Best student in Engineer in the year 1995 at Aveiro University, this prize was granted by Portuguese Engineers Association,