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, During 2011 he works as R&D RF engineer at Continental Automotive SAS France charged with antenna design and automotive electromagnetic simulation. Since 2012, Dr. Takacs is Associate Professor at University (Paul Sabatier) of Toulouse performing his Research within CNRS, LAAS Toulouse. His research interests include: design of microwave and RF circuits, energy harvesting and wireless power transfer, MEMS circuits and systems, small antenna design, electromagnetic simulation techniques and optimization methods. He has authored or co-authored one book, 1 book chapter, He received his engineer diploma in Electronic Engineering from Military Technical Academy, 1975.
, Hervé Aubert was born in, 1966.
, Hervé Aubert is Professor at INPT. He has joined the Laboratory for Analysis and Architecture of Systems (LAAS), July 1989 and the Ph.D. degree (with high-honors) in January 1993, both in Electrical Engineering and both from the Institut National Polytechnique (INPT), 1997.
He has authored or co-authored one book, 2 book chapters, 71 papers in refereed journals and over 186 communications in International Symposium Proceedings. He holds 4 international patents in the area of antennas. Dr. Aubert is expert for the French Research Agency (ANR) since 2009 and expert for the European Commission since 2012. He was the Secretary of IEEE Antennas and Propagation French Chapter, Aubert has performed research work on integral-equation and variational methods applied to electromagnetic wave propagation and scattering. Currently his research activities involve the electromagnetic modelling of complex (multi-scale) structures. Dr. Aubert is a contributor to the books Fractals: Theory and Applications in Engineering, 1999. ,
, general engineer master's degree with the Command and Signal Processing specialty in 2004, and the Institut Supérieur de l'Aéronautique et de l'Espace advanced master's degree in Space Systems Engineering in 2005. From 2005 to 2007 he was Electrical Power Subsystem Engineer with Eutelsat, 2007.
, he joined the satellite payload engineering Department of Thales Alenia Space in Cannes in charge of the Radiated Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC) and EMI aspects from design phase to satellite test phase, Since 2006 he joined the Toulouse site of Thales Alenia Space as EMC/EMI expert on telecommunications and observations satellites and as expert on RF satellite tests in Compact Antenna Test Range: antennas, payload and compatibility performances, 2001.