IEEE Nagoya Chapters

Midland Student Express 2011 Autumn

  • General Information

Date: 5 November, 2011

Venue: Kanazawa Institute of Technology

              7-1 Ohgigaoka Nonoichi Ishikawa

Sponsors:     IEEE AP-S Nagoya Chapter

IEEE MTT-S Nagoya Chapter





Co-Sponsor:  IEICE Hokuriku Section

Technical Co-Sponsors: IEEE Nagoya Section

  • Committee

General Chairs

  Nobuyoshi Kikuma          Nagoya Institute of Technology

  Takashi Ohira                   Toyohashi University of Technology

Secretaries

     Keisuke Noguchi                           Kanazawa Institute of Technology

     Akimasa Hirata                Nagoya Institute of Technology

Masahiro Hanazawa        Toyota Central R&D Labs., Inc.

Treasurers

Hideo Iizuka                  Toyota Central R&D Labs., Inc.

     Tatsuo Nozokido              University of Toyama


Technical Program

Time

10:25-10:30

Opening address by Prof. Ohira, Toyohashi University of Technology

10:30-10:45

S1-1

Study on PMC Characteristic Using Capacitance Grid with Metal Plate

Masumi Murae, Kanazawa Institute of Technology

10:45-11:00

S1-2

Oblique Incidence Performance of a Tunable Absorber Having an EBG Structure

Masayuki Nojima, Kanazawa University

11:00-11:15

S1-3

Study on Characteristics of an MSA Array Due to Substrate Thickness

Makoto Nagai, Kanazawa Institute of Technology

11:15-11:30

S1-4

Analysis of Capacitance-grid with Metal Plate using Method of Moments

Kazuki Niwa, Kanazawa Institute of Technology

11:30-11:45

S1-5

An Analysis of the Frequency Characteristics of Channel Capacity for a MIMO Antenna Mounted on a Metal Body Considering the Effects of Matching Circuit

Takeshi Kitamura, University of Toyama

11:45-13:15

Lunch

13:15-13:30

S2-1

A Basic Study on Long Distance Wireless Power Transmission at 950MHzKazuhei Ozaki, University of Toyama

13:30-13:45

S2-2

Power Feed to Running Electric Vehicles via Road-to-Tire Capacitive Coupling

Naoki Sakai, Toyohashi University of Technology

13:45-14:00

S2-3

Application of Discrete Hilbert Transform for Time Domain Analysis of Nonuniform Transmission Line

Isao Kumazaki, Gifu University

14:00-14:15

S2-4

A丌 type transformer for dual-band applications

Xiaolong Wang, University of Toyama

14:15-14:30

S2-5

Improvement of Group Delay for Coupled Resonators Filter Using All-Pass Function

Koichi Murasawa, Gifu University

14:30-14:45

Break

14:45-15:00

S3-1

Development of the Measurement System in the Personal Identification Using a Walk Waveform

Yuuki Nonaka, Kanazawa Institute of Technology

15:00-15:15

S3-2

Microwave Mammography

Saori Miura, Shizuoka University

15:15-15:30

S3-3

The Algorithm in the Personal Identification Using a Walk Waveform

Daiki Fujino, Kanazawa Institute of Technology

15:30-15:45

S3-4

Signal Processing for High-Resolution Millimeter-Wave Microscopy Using Scannig Probes with Line-Like Tips

Hiroyuki Kamikawa, University of Toyama

15:45-16:00

Break

16:00-16:15

S4-1

Development of Passive Millimeter-Wave Microscopy

Manabu Ishino, University of Toyama

16:15-16:30

S4-2

A Method of Mitigation of Impedance Mismatch Using a Varactor Diode for a 4-Branch MRC Array Close to the Human Hands

Makoto Yamazaki, University of Toyama

16:30-16:45

S4-3

Harmonics termination Effect of the Bridge RF Rectifier with an Impedance Transfer

Tsunehiro Saen, Kanazawa Institute of Technology

16:45-17:00

S4-4

Analysis and Evaluation of Oscillator Q for the FET Oscillators with a Coaxial Resonator

Tomoya Morimasa, Kanazawa Institute of Technology

17:00-17:05

Closing address by Prof. Kikuma, Nagoya Institute of Technology

18:30

Banquet