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EM Practicum started this week

This week started the electromagnetism practicum for 3rd year BSc students. This year we have 24 groups of 4 to 5 students, which are going to visit our lab in one time slot out of 4 per week. First 3 weeks students will be busy with two assignments related to electromagnetic waves propagation in transmission lines. Following 3 weeks the assignments will be related to the electromagnetic wave propagation in free space and to the polarimetry of propagating waves.

Professor Yarovoy gives an introduction into wave propagation in transmission lines

Professor Yarovoy gives an introduction into wave propagation in transmission lines

Our visitors in January 2016

In January 2016 our web-site radar.tudelft.nl  visited by 2197 people from whole world…

The visitors of the group's site (radar.tudelft.nl) in January 2016

The visitors of the group’s site (radar.tudelft.nl) in January 2016

ME Department New Years Drink

Click to see more photos from ME department New Year 2016 party

Click to see more photos from ME department New Year 2016 party

Playing game...

Playing game…

More photos can be found on Flickr site

Merry Christmas and Happy New 2016 Year!

Merry Christmas and Happy New 2016 Year!

Merry Christmas and Happy New 2016 Year!

Radar Lab for the BSc students from the minor Airport of the Future

Measuring RCS...

Measuring RCS…

Supporters

Supporters

Professor Inggs farewell coffee

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Our visitors…

In November 2015 our web-site radar.ewi.tudelft.nl  visited by 715 people from whole world…

Our web-visitors in November

Our web-visitors in November

Invited lecturer

In the second quarter of current teaching year all our lecturers are involved into the course “EE3340TU: Microwave Sensors and Radars for Airport Applications”, which is a part of the Aerospace BSc program minor “Airport of the Future”. Traditionally we also invite world-wide recognized specialists in the field of radars and avionics to give a few lectures. This year our guest is Prof. Felix Yanovsky from the Kiev International University of Civil Aviation, Ukraine. He is currently providing students a set of lectures “Airport Surveillance Systems”.

Felix Yanovsky give lecture for BSc students

Felix Yanovsky give lecture for BSc students

Speed-skating on Friday night

Thanks to Albert for invitation!

Speed-skating on Friday night

Speed-skating on Friday night

Photo by Xuan Wang

Near-Realtime Reflectivity and Doppler Velocity Measurements of RAINGAIN started in preliminary mode

You can find current scans on the site