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Arash Nateghi, ESR2 (Leibniz University Hannover)

Arash Nateghi is an Early Stage Researcher for MSCA ETN- PETER Project in the Department of Institute for Fundamentals of Electrical Engineering and Measurement Technology at the Leibniz University Hannover. He carry out research on Statistical Electromagnetic Risk Analysis of Large and Complex Systems and will provide the experimental verification (appropriate measurement procedures and model validation which takes place at ...

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Akram Ramezani, ESR14 (Melexis)

Akram Ramezani is an Early Stage Researcher in the EU MSCA-ETN PETER project. She is working on the ESR14 position “Risked-Based EMI-Aware Design of an Automotive Integrated Circuit”. She earned a Master’s degree in Electronic Engineering from Ferdowsi University of Mashhad (Iran, 2017). After graduation she has acquired practical experience in both the electronic and EMC field. Her goal in ...

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Qazi Mashaal Khan, ESR7 (ESEO)

Qazi Mashaal Khan is an Early Stage Researcher for the MSCA ETN PETER project. He is doing his research at the Radio and Hyper-frequency (RF) and the Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC) group at ESEO, France. His Doctoral Degree will be provided by INSA Rennes University. As part of the ETN – PETER ESR 7, he will carry out the extension of ...

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Lokesh Devaraj, ESR3 (Horiba Mira Ltd.)

Lokesh Devaraj is an Early Stage Researcher, designated as an automotive electronics research engineer at Horiba Mira Ltd, UK. As a part of the ETN – PETER ESR3, he will carry out research on the topic “Risk – Based Automotive Electromagnetic Engineering Approach aligned with the ISO26262 Functional Safety Approach”. His final goal is to develop a risk – based unified ...

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Samikshya Ghosalkar, ESR1 (Leibniz Univerity Hannover)

Samikshya Ghosalkar is an Early Stage Researcher for MSCA ETN- PETER Project in the Department of Institute for Fundamentals of Electrical Engineering and Measurement Technology at the Leibniz University Hannover. She will carry out research on Statistical Electromagnetic Risk Analysis of Large and Complex Systems, Development of Theoretical Description of Risk Assessment Methodologies.The objective is to develop statistical EMI-aware risk-assessment ...

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Nancy Omollo, ESR10 (RH Marine)

Nancy Omollo is an early stage researcher for PETER, working on ESR 10 project ‘From Rule-Based Standards to Risk-Based, Cost Effective, Up-to-Date, Maritime EMC Standards’, in the Product Portfolio Management (PPM) department at RH Marine. She focusses on ensuring EM safety on board ships and other maritime equipment, from risk based perspective. She obtained her bachelor’s degree in Electrical and ...

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Arunkumar Hunasanahalli Venkateshaiah, ESR9 (University of York)

Arunkumar Hunasanahalli Venkateshaiah is an Early Stage Researcher under the research group of Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC), Communication Technologies, in the Department of Electronics Engineering at the University of York. As part of the ETN – PETER ESR9, he will carry out research on Electromagnetic Risk Management specifically focusing on Immunity and Enclosure Shielding Effectiveness – Risk of Susceptibility. His ultimate ...

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Pejman Memar, ESR6 (KU Leuven)

Pejman Memar is an Early Stage Researcher at the Faculty of Engineering Technology, Department of Computer Science (M-Group) at KU Leuven. As part of the ETN PETER, his project topic is “IEC 61508 Techniques and Measures for EMI Risk Reduction, Software-based Techniques and Measures”. In this context, software-related techniques are improved to reduce risks related to EMI. He obtained his ...

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Hasan Habib, ESR5 (KU Leuven)

Hasan Habib is an early stage researcher of the Pan-European Training, research and education network on Electromagnetic Risk management (PETER). In this project, he will carry out research in the topic “IEC 61508 Hardware Based Techniques & Measures for the EMI Risk Reduction”. More specifically, He will develop EMI sensors that can act as a warning system for impending EMI. ...

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