QWED's Recent Participation in EMC Europe and IEEE WIE Event
We are thrilled to share some exciting updates about QWED's recent participation in two significant events: the International Symposium and Exhibition on Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC Europe) held in Krakow, Poland, from September 4th to 8th, and the IEEE Women in Engineering (WIE) Event. In this article, we'll highlight our involvement in these events and the contributions we made.
Participation in EMC Europe:
QWED was proud to be a part of the International Symposium and Exhibition on Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC Europe) in Krakow, Poland, which took place from September 4th to 8th. EMC Europe is a renowned platform that brings together experts and professionals in the field of electromagnetic compatibility. Our participation allowed us to showcase our latest advancements and innovations to a global audience.
New Measurement Setup with Streamline VNA:
At EMC Europe, we unveiled a measurement setup featuring a Streamline VNA (Vector Network Analyzer). This remarkable setup was made possible through the collaborative efforts of the I4Bags project and the support of AM Technologies. We extend our sincere gratitude AM Technologies for enabling us to present this technology at their exhibition site.
This new measurement setup with Streamline VNA represents a significant advancement in the field of electromagnetic compatibility, offering enhanced precision and efficiency in measuring electromagnetic properties. We believe it will have a profound impact on the industry and pave the way for further innovations.
Dr. Malgorzata Celuch's Presentation at IEEE WIE Event:
In addition to our participation in EMC Europe, Dr. Malgorzata Celuch, a distinguished member of the QWED team, had the honor of delivering a presentation at the IEEE Women in Engineering (WIE) Event.
Dr. Celuch's presentation at the IEEE WIE Event was a significant contribution to the ongoing efforts to empower and celebrate women in fields of engineering. Her insights and achievements continue to inspire aspiring female professionals in the EMC industry and beyond.