ESoA Course on
Short Range Radio Propagation: Theory, Models and Applications
Shanghai, China, October 9th – 12th, 2017
Radio propagation related topics have been paid more attention recently in the context of 5G and future generation wireless systems from both Academia and Industry.
European School of Antennas (ESoA) and Tongji University will jointly organize a short course on characterization of short-range radio propagation from Oct. 9th to 12th, 2017, Shanghai, China.
The course, held for the first time in China, systematically introduces theories and practices of wave propagation and is tailored for audiences from both industries and academia.
The latest advances of worldwide research in propagation measurement and modeling are discussed during the course and will give enlightening thoughts to researchers and engineers. Meanwhile the course, lectured by five professors highly renowned in their respective fields, can significantly strengthen the connections between European universities, research institutes, Chinese universities and companies.
A formal certificate of completing the course will be issued by ESoA at the end of the course. Graduate students in Master and doctoral levels, as well as R&D engineers from industry, researchers from academia are warmly welcome.
Thomas Kürner, Technische Universität Braunschweig (Germany)
Vittorio Degli-Esposti, University of Bologna (Italy)
Xuefeng Yin, Tongji University (China)
Conor Brennan, Dublin City University, (Ireland)
Xiang Cheng, Peking University, (China)
More info HERE