NEMIG: A New Perspective for the Lumped System Assumption in Electromagnetic Systems: From Maxwell's Equations to Lumped Circuit Model - Professor Vedat Tavsanoglu - 25th October 2017

Abstract: A new perspective for the Lumped System Assumption (LSA) through its derivation from Maxwell's Equations will be presented and the following will be addressed:

Bio: Professor Tavsanoglu received the Diploma degree in engineering from Istanbul Technical University (ITU), Turkey, the Ph.D. degree from the University of Bath, U.K.,and the Habilitation from ITU, all in electronic engineering. He has held professorial positions at ITU, London South Bank University and Yildiz Technical University, Istanbul, and Isik University, Istanbul. He has held a Visiting Professorship at the Technical University of Munich which was supported by a Research Fellowship from the Alexander von Humboldt Foundation of Germany. He served as an Associate Editor of the IEEE Transactions on Circuits and Systems-I, and the IEEE UK&RI Section Circuits and Systems Chapter as Chairman. He was the Chairman of the 5th and 10th IEEE International Workshops on Cellular Neural Networks and Applications, the CNNA-98, and the CNNA-06, held in London and Istanbul, respectively. He served as an IEEE CAS Distinguished Lecturer for the term 2002-3. He teaches Circuit Theory, Digital Signal Processing, Digital Filter Design and Image Processing. His major research interests lie in the areas of circuit theory, cellular neural networks, digital filtering and image processing.

Vedat Tavsanoglu's talk - recorded from video camera - 1 hour 48 minutes.

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