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Learning the Importance of Reproducible Results

It is important for a new Ph.D. student to understand how reproducibility works and how to contribute to the scientific community with results that are straight-forward to reproduce, and on which future work can be easily based.

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PETER ESR accepted papers

Although only in the first year of the PETER project, several PETER ESRs already have one or more papers accepted at diverse conferences! Lokesh (ESR3): System Level Risk Analysis for Immunity in Automotive Functional Safety Analyses, accepted at EMC Europe 2020; Mumpy (ESR4): Introduction of Wireless Services and Devices in a Hospital Environment following a Risk-based EMC approach, accepted at EMC ...

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Vasiliki Gkatsi, ESR13 (University of Twente)

Vasiliki Gkatsi is an Early Stage Researcher of the MSCA ETN PETER project at the research group of Power Electronics (PE), in the Faculty of EEMCS at the University of Twente. She is working on “EMI Risk Assessment Applied to the Next Generation Vehicular Communication Devices”. Her focus is to examine the effect of emission and immunity of conventional and ...

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Electromagnetic Risk Analysis for Functional Safety

One of the main challenges for performing an EM risk analysis is to identify and mitigate all significant EM threats to a system/item/equipment. Reliance on EMC standards is not sufficient for this, as the EMI threats are evolving more rapidly.

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Mohammad Tishehzan, ESR11 (University of York)

Mohammad Tishehzan is an Early Stage Researcher for ETN- PETER Project in the department of computer science at the University of York. As ESR11, He will carry out research on “Modelling and Reasoning about EMI Interactions in Autonomous and Complex Vessel”. His primary goal is Developing a through-life EMI risk-based modular safety case approach in a form suitable for all ...

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