SPEAG is excited to announce that the Best Symposium Paper Award of the 2015 Asia-Pacific International EMC Symposium was awarded to the IT’IS Foundation and Schmid & Partner Engineering AG for the paper “EMC/EMI Near-field Testbed for EM Phasor Measurements Using Active Optical Sensors” by Sven Kuehn, Martin Wild, Mario Gomez, Eugene Grobbelaar, Peter Sepan, Beyhan Kochali, Andreas Fuchs, Jan Lienemann, and Niels Kuster.
The award winning paper features the latest research in electromagnetic compatibility / interference (EMC/EMI) near-field scanning technologies jointly developed by the IT’IS Foundation and Schmid & Partner Engineering AG (SPEAG); specifically, the development of active photonic sensors for EM near- field phasor measurements in the radiofrequency domain that fulfill the requirements for EMC/EMI analyses and the development of a fully automated μm-resolution near-field testbed with integrated photonic sensors for EMC/EMI measurements. The research led to the development of ICEy, the first ever EMC/EMI near-field scanning system for absolute and traceable EM field phasor measurements. The novel technologies will soon be available in the next release of SPEAG’s ICEy and TDS products.
SPEAG and IT’IS are honored to receive this award, the result of a competitive, multi-stage selection process, from the Asia-Pacific International EMC and the IEEE EMC societies as recognition of our innovative and high quality research.
Congratulations to our team!
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