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We'd have to known I'm glad to talk to
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you a balding to do for tickling
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engineering sometimes there is some
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confusion because that in frame should
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skull with any like taken would
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understand what it looks very old
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fashioned. But actually electrical
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engineering used the model for part of
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that we have around because we have
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electronics on another like occurring
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that may him almost everything that we
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touch every day so we came into this
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this pen from developing devices to
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start in the brain to all picks up
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button optics buns they're puts and I
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would describe just in the next slides.
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So we are we are a group of about
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starting from the students six under
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the nineteen students. We have
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relatively faculty member and about
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three hundred and twenty stuff we have
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housing the read part of the campus. D
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thanks to for the shop we have red
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roofs now we have a eighteen research
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laboratories in eleven group so that's
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the distribution off the faculty
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basically seven for professional
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success scripts and five assistant we
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run one bachelor programme one master
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program and we have two doctoral
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programs one is joined with my
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engineering it depends shell there he
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is these interesting feature that they
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got the like to the into the small that
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is activities that typical or within
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the placing all in for example computer
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science communication science out side
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one ideas that the teams did and that
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explains a little bit some of our
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choices we are very much related to the
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physical layer things to develop an of
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product of artifacts that are touch
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about but still we have tested the goal
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beyond the electrical properties and
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getting to the software get into the
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data structures getting to the
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materials as well the interface to make
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and we have a basic three axis of
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inside doubly one is on computer in
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communication engineering the one is on
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second device and the third one is some
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power and and now we have a barriers
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activities but I like just to give you
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only five points or five areas that we
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think there are you areas for us just
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to be for the first one is non
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electronic devices fancier with so
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we're looking to how exploit new
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materials and devices to create new
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computational structures the second one
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is related to signal processing and
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machine learning typically it would be
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a soft activity that could be placed
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into computer science but is within
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double E so we have signal image we do
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processing as well as machine learning
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we deal with energy specifically with
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my energy. So coupling energy system
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designing control with communication
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systems and control system we are
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especially interested in encouraging
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the system so biosystems all playing
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electric tell with by your acquisition
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devices. PD integration and button
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system devices and then we have strong
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in communication hardware design. So
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setting up a system at high frequency
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transmission and optics and put on now
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rather than giving you a a on the list
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of the professors that with teen doubly
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that activity that many and what they
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do I will give you some not it's still
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for these five areas I will show you
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some of the activities that we do they
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think are rather of course I'm skipping
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details I am not going to talk about
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everybody and I'm sorry for that but I
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think that will give you a clear
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message to you so that's that's from
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the future of electronics we have
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activities in devices for example
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uncontrollable like devices another
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wires. We know that was always not to
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finish them or it's going to last for a
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few more years. We want to be part of
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the goal the technology also computing
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in those also think that these devices
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can be the basis for building sense of
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interfaces to the extra work we have a
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worldly there in designing devices on
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flecked electronics that is this your
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quilts like roughing or moment being on
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this little fight it out flat we can
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build transistors. And we have also
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great activities in designing members
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and devices based on none of structures
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we also very strong instead remember
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that a very strong contribution all the
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area came from double E came from like
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adults from the development of little
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power electronics and I think this is
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the main reason for which you serious
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recognise in engineering for all the
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world what people think about
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separating than they do think of low
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power electronics. We have a very
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strong hope that do electronic design
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simple design for example in dealing
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with fast I know digital compression
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and we have a very strong relation any
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interaction with IBM as well with
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technologies for three D indication
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that these stacking values keeps one on
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top of each other to make in they get
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assistance and that's an activity that
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we do in conjunction with some some
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electronic go into the field off a
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signal processing and image analysis we
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have several research there we are very
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strong facial image analysis and read
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the image reconstruction. This is for
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just images of people and similarly
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we're very strong in medical imaging
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any collector makes and it's really
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it's very much also to the research
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done on the brain systems electronic
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system required to acquire they
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compresses sensing is one of the prince
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about technologies that to day allow us
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to extract information from sensors
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using limited bandwidth we also have
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activities within this stupidest string
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processing and communications systems
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that are quite roundabout within the we
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all know that energy is a very
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important topic for industry force that
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someone. So we have various activities
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in energy starting from our electronic
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devices like gallium nitride devices
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going toward electronic subsystems for
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power system that are controlling
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conversion systems where you need to
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have integration of various
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technologies. And getting to the
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development of smart rates we have a
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smart you don't campus here again we
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see a a pictorial view of this
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Marguerite where we can capture energy
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from the rules where we have solar
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panels store energy we have an
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extremely large device which is unique
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in the world for storing energy as what
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is distributing the power on campus.
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And this research project is also
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highly connected with communication
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technology you know that to have safe
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and secure distribution of electrical
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power going from distributing power to
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distributing information we know that
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another topic which is very popular in
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research yes the internet of things.
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And the development of devices that the
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are on the internet of things. So we
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have several activities in them but
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that and cyber physical system
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including system for Madison and for
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that a Madison the example that we have
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in this chapter littlest at the mark
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Carter that really was initiated within
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the NFL and that we need to the ability
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of monitoring heart rate off main
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individuals at the same time another
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bodyguard and I get off well double E
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is the development of by your sensors
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in by electronics these are basically
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novel lab one should technologies that
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target precision Madison our projects
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based on integrating sensors with
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electronics and leveraging specific
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buyer detection system to get high
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precision measurement system indy
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communication domain where working both
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on five G wireless network in the area
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of baseband in the area of write your
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frequency as well in the area off and
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then us and Nina Nina twice and then
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that use novel not here you have four
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and then the shaping. And and then that
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idea from deliver again we are very
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strong in the communication I work part
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that is our mission. And but we have
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also activities that relate to the
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software E optics we are extremely
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strong a local discovery has been the
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one O one Reading frequent second
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generator does that can I we generate
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various bikes in the spectral domain
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off light that can be feel that that
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can be used for specific application as
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well as the creation off integrated to
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burgundy known sources of light was me
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on the these nuggets of research I it's
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important to stress that the double the
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leads at least for cooperative
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activities or centre the first one is
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called not the out of CH it's an
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activity that I've been running for
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seven yes it's a nine year program by
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this this consideration and the mission
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is are we exploiting the use of Michael
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and nanotechnology to work the
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development of obviously with the
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system for health and the environment
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these activity involves not only a bit
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fail but also yeah I and several can't
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I'll universities as well as in the
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best of applied science say about
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companies up we join oddity a nazi age
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and they use nudity dossier just the
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bridge to connect their activities with
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the research that's done at the our
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schools doubly also holes that the S if
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you are for a centre for energy and
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power the egg to the rubber apollo know
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which is an extremely important
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activity in the domain low energy we
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have a strong hope that deals with J
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peg J peg standardisation as you know
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all you know images are used for all
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the world. And the R compression as
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well that the management is extremely
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important. And we have a centre for by
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imagining that are joints at bay fell
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with you kneel and with the interest of
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Geneva led by professor pure run that
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deals are only we've acquisition and
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management off a biomedical images we
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have been working together with several
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companies these are just some logos of
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companies in there I in the in the
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electronics is our company seen the
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energy domain again this list are far
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from being exhaustive. And we would
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like actually more companies to get
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involved with us not only to profit of
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the technology that we're developing
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but especially to hire the students
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were the one who carried information
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what the one where really the product
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of RF four we have several ongoing
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project with companies some deal with
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devices related to energy an energy
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conversion some deal with chip
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technology some bill we have solar
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cells and some other deals we have
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devices for biology and medicine double
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ES being very good in the been off
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companies this is again to the flow
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lost at least of companies that this
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and all in the last twenty years yeah
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many and some of these are being
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successful and finally yeah we like to
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summarise what are the strengths of
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this if you we are very proud of saying
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that we have an excellent innings of
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structure we have a good buildings we
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have two laboratories and these allow
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us to they use of trained and dedicated
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stuff to form very good and the god and
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graduate you don't we have a strong
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connection the swiss any intonational
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mean this like is they must Cinderella
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bounds of our work again we would like
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to have more interaction with this this
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industry around us because we in that
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we have many things to spell and do you
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have two D local industry one strength
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of doubly used that we combine both
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your in practise in teaching and
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research we think that it's extremely
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important. But only for the reputation
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but to have a strong educational
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program because our rabbit are the one
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work here in the flat a star is
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recognition we got story recognition we
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have the barriers rankings before can
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someone I found the global one this is
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just a picture of the local one one
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local one that puts W at the best fell
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in the thirteen position in the world
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of the program and the fifth in your we
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knows that is rankings are like beauty
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contest. But it's important to be in
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the top part well past us in double E
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ever see if many awards UW counts a
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several you have figure and for
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advanced one constant prone six tapping
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runs yeah then follows of I triple EACM
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another institution within the faculty
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and have I use the word that that
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listed there including to present an
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academy of science one of your opened
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one of that someone the establish
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faculty member. I also balance by a
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strong group of young faculty members
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that deal with research mean. Imagine
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areas and we are very proud of our
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young faculty members because those
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represent the future of a paper fell
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and W again yeah they have some
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pictures with the field of interest
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ravine machine learning by electronics
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communication high power electronics
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optics in communication power
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electronic device acoustic and then the
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take wave technology with these are all
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very very important areas of research
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is that a guy thing which we can we
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just to login does the community around
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us is to in conclusion I like to stress
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that W yeah the mission to educated
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vein future doubly engineers. We do
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cutting edge research. We transfer
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knowledge to create jobs and companies.
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And we just like to do more thank you

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Message de Bienvenue
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Message de Bienvenue
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Introduction pour le professeur Nico de Rooij
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Manier la recherche et les collaboration industrielles
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