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Hermes Loschi

I am an EMC Test Engineer working on R&D and EMC testing projects at EMCC Dr. Rasek. From 2019 to 2022, I was an Early-Stage Researcher on the SCENT (Smart Cities EMC Network for Training) project. I obtained a European Joint Doctorate (EJD) from three partner universities: the University of Nottingham, the Uniwersytet Zielonogórski, and the University of Twente.

 

SCENT was a consortium of three universities and has received funding from the European Union's Horizon 2020 Research and Innovation Program under the Marie-Skłodowska-Curie grant agreement No 812391.

PhD thesis - European Joint Doctorate (EJD)

Didactic and Academic Books.

The most recent book. 

 

The research carried out and presented in this thesis, all in all, proposed pseudo-random modulation control algorithms with a random stream based on different methods. The National Instruments PXI with Field-Programmable Gate Array was used as a cyber-physical platform for fast prototyping. This engineering tool enables the necessary electromagnetic interference investigations. The detail Field Programmable Gate Array implementation and benchmarking of each studied methods are given. Although pseudo-random modulation methods exist previously to this thesis work, the main novelty of the proposed developments lies in the identification and selection of the most suited random stream method for the problem at hand, and its necessary modification for implementation in a fixed-point processor. ​

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DEFENSE OF THE DOCTORAL DISSERTATION - PhD Student: MSc Hermes Jose Loschi
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