The event is aimed at those who wish to expand their knowledge on topics related to Microwaves. Follow now
The Maxwell Laboratory Research Group will hold, on June 25, the 7th edition of the Microwave Workshop (WMO). The event, which this year will take place virtually, will count on the participation of the Dean of Research and Graduate Studies at the IFSP, Eder José da Costa Sacconi, the director of the Center for Technological Innovation (INOVA - IFSP), Adalton Masalu Ozaki, and the director of Fiesp's Defense and Security department, Antônio Rebouças de França Filho.
With an extensive program, the event will discuss topics such as: PMA sensors to monitor high voltage equipment; numerical solutions for electromagnetism; microwave absorbers for use on radar; Vivaldi antennas using fractal notches; microwave instrumentation, computer systems in the Biomedicine area, among others. All programming is available here. Participation is open to all interested parties and will be transmitted by group page.
Interested parties can follow directly on the cell phone at LabMax application.
The event has been consolidating itself as a tradition of the Maxwell Laboratory and its partners. It is offered semiannually, in the first semester the workshop is aimed at the internal public and Labmax partner laboratories, in which strategic planning issues are addressed. In the second semester, the WMO presents an event aimed at training and informing participants, allowing them to deepen their knowledge on topics related to Microwaves and Applied Electromagnetism, thus transferring the knowledge generated to society, in the quest to fully meet the triple IFSP Teaching-Research-Extension column.
Maxwell Laboratory Research Group of the Federal Institute of São Paulo
Founded by professors Alexandre Maniçoba de Oliveira (IFSP-Br), Sérgio Takeo Kofuji (LSI-USP-Br), João Francisco Justo Filho (LME-USP-Br) and Henri Marius Germain Baudrand (INP-Fr) the group started its activities , at the Campus Suzano, in April 2016, after being recognized by the IFSP.
Currently, the Maxwell Laboratory has eleven doctors, five masters and several students allocated from the Suzano and Cubatão campuses, as well as other collaborators from partner institutions such as USP, UFABC, INP-Fr and UPorto-Pt.