Prof. Oliveri named Associate Editor of IEEE JMMCT

The ELEDIA Research Center is pleased to announce that Prof. Giacomo Oliveri has been named Associate Editor of the IEEE Journal…

R. J. Mailloux has joined ELEDIA

The ELEDIA Research Center is pleased to announce that Dr. R. J. Mailloux is member of the ELEDIA Teaching Staff.…

Facilities

Software

  • COMSOL Multiphysics, COMSOL, Sweden, FEM AC/DC, RF, Heat Transfer, LiveLink for MATLAB, license for research.
  • iSEG, Zurich MedTech, Switzerland, a segmentation tool for conversion of CT/MRI scans to a 3D numerical model, license for research.
  • Virtual Family, IT’IS Foundation, Switzerland, high resolution anatomical models of humans, license for research.

 

  • Sim4Life, Zurich MedTech, Switzerland, numerical simulation tool for computation of electric, magnetic and electromagnetic fields induced in patients. Contains RF/MW (FDTD based) as well as quasi-static solvers. License for research and commercial use.

Hardware

Experimental Setup:

  • Experimental setup of a 8-channel multi-static multi-view microwave imaging system for biomedical applications working at 1 GHz.

  • Microwave applicator working at 434 MHz for treatment of laboratory mice with hyperthermia.
  • Hyperthermia System 4010.

Measurement Equipment:

  • Switching matrix ZN-Z84 Rohde & Schwarz, Germany, 2:24 full-crossbar, solid state, up to 8 GHz.
  • Vector Network Analyzer FSH8.28 (spectrum analyzer additionally equipped by a tracking generator and a VSWR bridge), Rohde & Schwarz, Germany, 100 kHz - 8 GHz.
  • Thermal Imaging Camera FLIR E60, FLIR Systems Inc., Sweden, resolution 320 x 240 pixels, -20 - +650 °C, resolution 0.05 °C.
  • Isotropic antenna TSEMF-B1, Rohde & Schwarz, Germany, 30 – 3000 MHz.
  • Dielectric Assessment Kit, SPEAG, Switzerland, open-ended coaxial reflection probe DAK-12, 3 to 3000 MHz.

 



 

Power Generators:

  • MagDrive 1000, Dipolar AB, Sweden, 2.45 GHz, 1000 W, magnetron based.
  • PG 70.150.2, SSB Electronic, Germany, 434 MHz, 2 x 250 W, solid state.
  • Hyperthermia System 4010, Lund Science, Sweden, 434 MHz, 2 x 300 W, magnetron based. SW tools.