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Latex table generator from Python/Matlab/Excel

Dear all,
if you need to generate a table to LATEX generator, perhaps for your thesis, paper, etc.

 There are a few simple ways:

Cheers and good luck.

Best regards,
Ronny Guendel

A few links for MSc students working on their literature review

I wrote down a few bullet points that might be useful for MSc students working on their literature review and I want to share them.

A few things that might be interesting for you as a student working on a literature review.

(1) Please don’t read the whole paper in detail.
Abstract, partly the introduction, conclusions, and have a look at figures – and if so, a few interesting sections, and
subsections.
The links explain that nicely:
https://bitesizebio.com/11060/how-to-read-a-scientific-paper/

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IeaD0ZaUJ3Y

(2) make a literature-review-table such that you can (a) easily go back to the papers, (b) cite them quickly. Also, please think carefully about the columns of the table (methods, used radars, frequency bands, participants, classes in the dataset, etc. pp.).

(3) If you are writing: Please don’t make it fancy in the first instance — What do I mean? Don’t tweak word-by-word and stuck too long on certain paragraphs. Write the sections up; Then, tweak the paragraphs afterward, if you are sure that the section remains forever; sometimes paragraphs get changed or removed later, then all the final tweaks were useless.

https://youtu.be/UY7sVKJPTMA

Best regards,

Ronny Guendel

Photo-report from Nikita’s defence


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Best regards from EuCAP-2017 in Paris

Best regards from EuCAP-2017 in Paris

Stefano, Sharef, Jan, Jiapeng, Oleg and Alexander send you our best regards from the 11th European Conference on Antennas and Propagation, that was going in Paris, France, on 19-24 March 2017. The conference attracted of 1300 participants that followed to 850 presentations. Every session, in average, has been follower by 48 attendees.

Meeting with Stefano and his supervisors from Thales

Meeting with Stefano and his supervisors from Thales

EuCAP-2017 Closing session

EuCAP-2017 Closing session

The paper “Spectral Polarimetric Features Analysis of Wind Turbine Clutter in Weather Radar” by Jiapeng Yin, Oleg Krasnov, Christine Unal, Stefano Medagli, and Herman Russchenberg has been selected to be a finalist for a best paper award. The finalist papers have been requested to present their work in a special poster session dedicated to the Awards. This session took place on Thursday afternoon, March 23, 2017, and gave a possibility for many additional discussions and contacts. Unfortunately, we did not receive the Award, which went to the paper “Design and Calibration of a Double-directional 60 GHz Channel Sounder for Multipath Component Tracking” by Ruoyu Sun (NIST, USA), Peter Papazian and Jelena Senic (NIST, USA), Yeh Lo (NTIA, USA), Jae-Kark Choi (NIST, USA), Kate A. Remley and Camillo Gentile (NIST, USA)…

During the closing session the EuCAP flag has been passed to the co-chairs of the next year conference (Yang Hao and Tony Brown), which will take place in London from 8 to April 2018.

Congratulation, Dr. Inna Ivashko!

Congratulation, Dr. Inna Ivashko!

Congratulation, Dr. Inna Ivashko!

MS3 Christmas lunch and bouling

Whole team

Whole team

Food from all around the globe...

Food from all around the globe…

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MS3 poster event

Rossiza receives the best poster award

Rossiza receives the best poster award

Comission members

Comission members

During the session

During the session

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Presentation of Gabriel Vasile

Dr. Gabriel Vasile, Research Scientist of the National Center for Scientific Research (CNRS), Grenoble Image sPeech Signal Automatics Lab (GIPSA-lab) visited TU Delft and gave a presentation of his research results. Gabriel is our partner within the CIFRE-funded PhD project of Stefano Medagli.

Presentation of Gabriel Vasile

Presentation of Gabriel Vasile

The first PARSAX trial to measure a drone with calibration target

The PARSAX radar in operational position

The PARSAX radar in operational position

Fred, Peter and Jiapeng Yin (the PhD student from CITG) did today the first try to observe drone with calibration spherical target using the PARSAX radar. The sphere and drone itself have been clear visible at the range of 1340 m. Now it is time to process data and prepare for full scale calibration campaign.

The drone's launch position

The drone’s launch position

Drone-DJI-F300

It looked like this one…

Happy birthday, Stefano!

Happy birthday, Stefano!

Happy birthday, Stefano!

Coffee plus for Stefano Medagli's birthday