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Xiao Liu defends his thesis on high-precision instantaneous GNSS positioning
Xiao Liu defended his thesis co-supervised by Jaume Sanz Subirana and Adria Rovira Garcia on xxxx-xx at Campus Nord. Entitled "Contributions to High Accuracy Snapshot GNSS Positioning", the thesis presents a novel method for high accuracy GNSS positioning using only a very short interval of the GNSS satellite signal.
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AWARDS FOR THE BEST RESEARCH POSTERS OF THE PHYSICS DEPARTMENT 2022
This call is part of the strategic line of the Department of Physics which aims to stimulate the research of doctoral students in the department and generate material to project our research on the website of the department
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”A high-performace computing tool for partitioned multi-physics applications”
José Miguel Zavala Aké
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Teng Wang defends his thesis on self-adjusting and linearization techniques based on digital predistortion for communications in UAVs.
Teng Wang defended his thesis titled "A Fasto Engineering Approach High Efficiency Power Amplifier Linearization for Avionics Applications" on December 17 at EETAC, directed by Pere L. Gilabert (TSC-UPC). The thesis provides some guidelines for the design of linearizers based on digital predistortion (DPD) from several perspectives: y) improve the performance of open-loop DPD, ii) provide robustness and reduce the computational complexity of the parameter identification subsystem and, iii ) incorporation of machine learning techniques to favor the auto-tuning of power amplifiers and DPD linearizers with various degrees of freedom to be able to maximize energy efficiency while meeting linearity specifications.
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UPC news picks up key astrophysical discovery made in the department
The undergraduate project done by Martí Perpinyà in Physical Engineering, under the direction of Alberto Rebassa and Jordi José, has discovered the first system of three white dwarfs. The UPC news picks up the report hoping it will reach a general audience
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Jordi Boronat Medico elected new director of the department
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Professor Kip S. Thorne receives the Nobel Prize in Physics
The Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences has awarded Rainer Weiss, Barry C. Barish and Kip S. Thorne
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