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Keynote talks

IK01: A Whirlwind of Innovation in Space Technology

Jean-Claude SouyrisCNES, Toulouse, France

Monday - 10:00-10:40am - Room Bordeaux

IK02: Human Centric Antennas

Koichi Ito, Chiba University, Japan

Monday - 11:10-11:50am - Room Bordeaux

IK03: Affordable Phased-Arrays for 5G and SATCOM: Ending the Marconi Era

Gabriel Rebeiz, University of California, San Diego, USA

Monday - 11:50-12:30am - Room Bordeaux

Semi-plenary talks

IS01: A Special Antenna Gain Measurement Technique

Chi-Chih ChenOhio State University, USA

Thursday 3:40 - 4:20pm - Room Havane

IS02: Antenna Current Optimization and Optimal Design for Small Antennas

Mats GustafssonLund University, Sweden

Thursday 3:00 - 3:40pm - Room Bordeaux

IS03: Antenna Designs based on Gap Waveguide Technology

Eva Rajo-IglesiasUniversity Carlos III of Madrid, Spain

Tuesday - 3:00-3:40pm - Room Bordeaux

IS04: Antenna Technologies for Spaceborne SAR

Pasquale CapeceThales Alenia Space, Italy

Wednesday - 3:00-3:40pm - Room Havane

IS05: Channel Modeling for Dependable Vehicular Connectivity

Christoph F. MecklenbräukerTU Wien, Vienna, Austria

Wednesday - 3:00-3:40pm - Room Bordeaux

IS06: Human Body Imaging and Remote Vital Monitoring using UWB Doppler Radar

Takuya SakamotoUniversity of Hyogo, Himeji, Japan

Tuesday - 3:40-4:20pm - Room Havane

IS07: On-body Antennas for Critical Bio-Signal Monitoring Systems

Jaehoon ChoiHanyang University, Korea

Thursday 3:00 - 3:40pm - Room Havane

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IS08: Overview of OTA testing of 5G enabled devices

Philippe Garreau, Microwave Vision Group, Paris, France

Wednesday - 3:40-4:20pm - Room Bordeaux

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IS09: Terahertz Science, Technology, and Applications

Goutam Chattopadhyay, NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory, California Institute of Technology, USA
Tuesday - 3:40-4:20pm - Room Bordeaux

IS10: The Characterization of the Atmospheric Radio Channel for Satellite Services,  an Overview of ESA Activities

Antonio MartellucciESA/ESTEC, Noordwijk, Netherlands
Wednesday - 3:40-4:20pm - Room Havane
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IS11: Towards a channel model for 5G

Sana Salous, Durham University, UK
Tuesday - 3:00-3:40pm - Room Havane

IS12: Transmission equations for single and multiple antenna systems – from basic formulations to antenna measurements in complex environments

Thomas F. EibertTechnical University of Munich, Munich, Germany

Thursday 3:40 - 4:20pm - Room Bordeaux

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