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Electromagnetic Design of fexIble SensOrs

The goal of the project is to develop and introduce to the market a new and highly innovative product: a software package that will enable companies in Poland fast and accurate design of this category of sensors. To develop sensors that use electromagnetic waves either to probe the material sample, detect radiation or transmit the results of measurements using wireless link the shape of the sensor, receiving/transmitting antenna, array of radiators/detectors has to be carefully designed and the design depends on the properties of the constitutive parameters, the operation frequency, environment the sensor is to be used, and, for flexible or bent substrates, also on the curvature of the surface. These factors make the design process particularly challenging as the final form of the device can only be determined via a large number of computer simulations that involve solving Maxwells equation in presence of curved bodies and inhomogeneous often loss and dispersive media. The interaction of electromagnetic wave with matter for this category of problems is only possible by advanced numerical techniques.

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Akronim projektu:
Program finansujący:
Program Operacyjny Inteligentny Rozwój
Fundacja na Rzecz Nauki Polskiej (Foundation for Polish Science)
POIR.04.04.00-00-1DC3/16 (nowy nr umowy); TEAM TECH/2016-1/6 (stary nr umowy) z dnia 2016-12-06
Okres realizacji:
2016-12-01 - 2021-02-28
Kierownik projektu:
prof. dr hab. inż. Michał Mrozowski
Realizowany w:
Katedra Inżynierii Mikrofalowej i Antenowej
Instytucje zewnętrzne
biorące udział w projekcie:
  • EM Invent sp. z o.o. (Polska)
Wartość projektu:
3 986 400.00 PLN
Typ zgłoszenia:
Fundusz Strukturalny
Projekt krajowy
Politechnika Gdańska


wszystkich: 16

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Rok 2021

  • A Model-Order Reduction Approach for Electromagnetic Problems With Nonaffine Frequency Dependence

    - IEEE Access - Rok 2021

    The aim of this paper is to present a novel model-order reduction (MOR) technique for the efcient frequency-domain nite-element method (FEM) simulation of microwave components. It is based on the standard reduced-basis method, but the subsequent expansion frequency points are selected following the so-called sparsied greedy strategy. This feature makes it especially useful to perform a fast-frequency sweep of problems that lead...

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Rok 2020

  • Near Field Coupled Wireless Microwave Sensor

    This paper presents a wireless planar microwave sensor operating at industrial scientific and medical (ISM) frequency for the detection of dielectric materials. The microwave sensor consists of a reader (ground defected microstrip coupled line) and a passive tag where a complementary split-ring resonator (CSRR) is made on the commercially available copper-foil. The CSRR is a peel-off type tag that is excited using the near field...

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  • Novel MNZ-type microwave sensor for testing magnetodielectric materials

    A novel microwave sensor with the mu-near-zero (MNZ) property is proposed for testing magnetodielectric material at 4.5 GHz. The sensor has a double-layer design consisting of a microstrip line and a metal strip with vias on layers 1 and 2, respectively. The proposed sensor can detect a unit change in relative permittivity and relative permeability with a difference in the operating frequency of 45 MHz and 78 MHz, respectively....

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Rok 2019

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