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Fighters above the EWI building

F-35 and F-16 fighters above the EWI building

F-35 and F-16 fighters above the EWI building – An amazing photo by Paul Brussee

The F-35 flight over The Netherlands at the height of 400 m

Today the F-35 and F-16 flight over the Netherlands at the height of 400 m

Good morning!

Good morning!

Greetings from vacation…

Greetings from Albert’s cycling vacation. Below on the Mt Ventoux.

Albert's cycling vacation - on the Mt Ventoux

Best regards from the MIKON/IRS-2016 in Krakow

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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

Still winter

Snowfall at the end of February

Snowfall at the end of February

Outside the EEMCS building

Outside the EEMCS building

2016-02-25-parsax-snow

How the PARSAX radar sees this snow event

Rainbow in the TU Delft campus

Rainbow, view from the top...

Rainbow, view from the top…

Skyline of Rotterdam. Raingain.

Picture taken in the morning. Skyline of Rotterdam. Raingain.

Picture taken in the morning. Skyline of Rotterdam. Raingain.

(c) Fred van der Zwan

Sunset in February

Sunset in February

Sunset in February

Sunset in February

Sunset in February

First field measurement campaign with automotive radars

Rossiza studies the influence of wet snow and rain on the radar targets visibility at 77 GHz frequency band in real field conditions...

Rossiza studies the influence of wet snow and rain on the radar targets visibility at 77 GHz frequency band in real field conditions…