URSI's Portuguese Comitee Congress, sponsored by ANACOM, distinguished five research works in its 2015 Conference, in three different categories. Four of these awards went for researchers from IT.
The ANACOM-URSI Portugal Prize - the main award of the Conference - was assigned to “Diffractionless Propagation of Electron Waves in Graphene Superlattices”, whose main author is David Fernandes, co-authored by Manuel Rodrigues and the supervisors Mário Silveirinha and Gabriel Falcão, all from IT at the Universidade de Coimbra.
The second and third prizes in the Best Paper category were awarded to Hugo Café, from IST, with “Planning Wireless Mesh Networks for IOT Smart Grid Applications”, supervised by António Rodrigues and Pedro Vieira, and to Alexandra Mourato from ISEG, with the work “Geo-Posicionamento para Redes UMTS, usando Técnicas de Fingerprinting e Modelos de Canal Rádio”, supervised by Pedro Vieira;
In the Best Poster category, the award went to João Felício, from IST, with his work “Imagiologia por Microondas para Deteção de Alvos em Phantoms Humanos utilizando um Algoritmo de Radar no Domínio da Frequência”, supervised by Carlos Fernandes and Jorge Costa.
Born at IT, now present in more than 40 countries, and currently being used by thousands of students, researchers & hobbyist worldwide, BITalino reaches yet another major milestone with the release of an official toolbox for MATLAB. Created by the MathWorks Instrument Control Toolbox Team, the newly-launched toolbox means that from now on BITalino will have seamless native integration with one of the leading technical computing software platforms in the world. This is quite a remarkable achievement considering that, with only little over two years of existence, BITalino is still an emergent platform but already with a reputation worthy of having an industry leader like MathWorks writing official libraries to support it, thus conquering a spot alongside renowned names in the field of instrumentation such as National Instruments, Tektronix, and others that have also seen their devices officially supported on MATLAB. Learn more about this toolbox on the link below.http://www.mathworks.com/matlabcentral/fileexchange/53983-bitalino-support-from-matlab