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Tieteellinen tukiryhmä (SAB)

Tieteellisen tukiryhmän (SAB, Scientific Advisory Board) tarkoitus on arvioida yliopiston tutkimuksen laatua ja tukea yliopistoa tavoitteensa saavuttamisessa.

Tukiryhmien tehtäviin kuuluu

  • seurata ja tukea korkeakoulun tutkimus- ja opetustoimintaa sekä taiteellista toimintaa (painopisteenä tutkimustoiminta)
  • antaa ehdotuksia koulun toiminnan suuntaamiseksi ja kehittämiseksi sekä
  • arvioida kehittämistoimenpiteiden vaikutuksia.

Sähkötekniikan korkeakoulun tieteellinen tukiryhmä vuonna 2016: 

  • Professori Daniel Baker, University of Colorado Boulder (puheenjohtaja)
  • Professori Göran Andersson, ETH Zürich
  • Professori Athina Petropulu, The State University of New Jersey
  • Professori Lars Samuelson, Lund University
  • Professori Stefano Maci, University of Siena
  • Professori Jens Zander, KTH
  • Research Director Harri Hakala, Kone
Sähkötekniikan korkeakoulun tieteellinen tukiryhmä vuonna 2016

Kuvassa SAB-ryhmä vasemmalta oikealle: Stefano Maci, Harri Hakala, Jens Zander, Daniel Baker, Athina Petropulu ja Lars Samuelson. Kuvasta puuttuu Göran Andersson.

Jäsenten esittely (en)

Daniel N. Baker, University of Colorado, Boulder

Director of the Laboratory for Atmospheric and Space Physics Distinguished Professor of Planetary and Space Physics

Professor of Astrophysical and Planetary Sciences, Professor of Physics

Daniel N. Baker is Director of the Laboratory for Atmospheric and Space Physics, University of Colorado (CU) – Boulder Campus. He is Distinguished Professor of Planetary and Space Physics at CU and is Professor of Astrophysical and Planetary Sciences and Professor of Physics there. His primary research interest is the study of plasma physical and energetic particle phenomena in planetary magnetospheres and in the Earth’s vicinity.

Prof. Baker holds the Moog-Broad Reach Endowed Chair of Space Sciences at CU. He is a Fellow of the American Geophysical Union, the International Academy of Astronautics, the American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics, and the American Association for the Advancement of Science. He is an Associate of the US National Academy of Sciences and a member of the US National Academy of Engineering. Dr. Baker’s recent awards include the American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics James A. Van Allen Space Environment Medal (2010), American Astronomical Society Kavli Prize Lectureship (2015), Vikram A. Sarabhai Professorship of the Indian Physical Research Laboratory (2015), and the Shen Kuo Medal of the International Association of Aeronomy and Magnetism for his interdisciplinary leadership in space and Earth sciences (2015).

Göran Andersson, ETH Zürich, Switzerland

Head of the Laboratory of Electric Power Systems and High Voltage Technology Full professor in Electric Power Systems

Göran Andersson is Head of the Laboratory of Electric Power Systems and High Voltage Technology, Swiss Federal Institute of Technology (ETH Zürich), Switzerland. Since 2000, he has been Full Professor in Electric Power Systems at ETH Zürich. During 1986-2000, he was Full Professor in Electric Power Systems at Royal Institute of Technology (KTH) Stockholm, Sweden. His main research interests include power systems dynamics and control, power markets, and future energy systems.

Prof. Andersson is a member of the Royal Swedish Academy of Engineering Sciences (1992), member of the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences (1994), IEEE Fellow (1997), Fellow of Royal Physiographic Society in Lund, Sweden (2010), member of the Swiss Academy of Engineering Sciences (2015) and member of the US National Academy of Engineering (2016). Dr. Andersson’s awards include the IEEE PES Outstanding Power Educator Award (2007) and the George Montefiore International Award for Power Engineering (2011).

Harri Hakala, KONE Corporation, Finland

D.Sc., Research Director

Dr. Harri Hakala is Research Director at KONE Corporation, Finland. He is responsible for developing KONE’s innovation management, patenting and research cooperation. He began as the project manager and key innovator of several major development programs, the most important being KONE MonoSpace, an elevator without machine room.

He has a PhD degree in electrodynamics (Tampere University of Technology, 1995), MBA degree (Helsinki School of Economics, 2001) and M. Sos. Sc. Degree in Social Anthropology (Tampere University, 2007).

Stefano Maci, University of Siena, Italy

Head of the Laboratory of Applied Electromagnetics Full professor in Electromagnetics and Antennas

Stefano Maci is Head of the Laboratory of Applied Electromagnetics, University of Siena (UNISI), Italy. He is Full Professor in Electromagnetics and Antennas. His research interests include high-frequency and beam representation methods, computational electromagnetics, large phased arrays, planar antennas, reflector antennas and feeds, metamaterials and metasurfaces.

In 2004, Prof. Maci founded the European School of Antennas (ESoA), a geographically distributed post graduate school that has the objective to reinforce the European training and research in antennas and relevant applications. In 2016, it comprises 16 one-week courses distributed in the most accredited European research centers on antennas and wireless systems. Prof. Maci is presently the Chair of the ESoA Board, a member of the Delegate Assembly of European Association of Antennas and Propagation (EurAAP), and a member of the Technical Advisory Board of the URSI Commission. He has been the recipient of several awards, among which IEEE Fellow (2003), the EurAAP Carrier Award (2014) and IEEE Antenna and Propagation Society Chen-To Tai Distinguished Educator Award (2016). In addition, he has co-founded two spinoff-companies and since 2008, he has been Honorary President of LEAntenne e Progetti SPA (Valeggio sul Mincio, VE).

Athina Petropulu, Rutgers, the State University of New Jersey, USA

Head of Communications and Signal Processing Laboratory, Rutgers School of Engineering

Professor at the Electrical and Computer Engineering Department  

Athina Petropulu is Head of Communications and Signal Processing Laboratory, Rutgers School of Engineering, the State University of New Jersey, USA. Since 2010, she has been Professor at the Electrical and Computer Engineering Department at Rutgers. From 1992 to 2010, she was Professor at Drexel University, Philadelphia, USA. Her research interests span the area of statistical signal processing, wireless communications, signal processing in networking and biomedical signal processing.

Prof. Petropulu is a member of Sigma Xi, the Technical Chamber of Greece, and the Greek Association of Electrical and Electronic Engineers. Her awards include Presidential Faculty Fellow Award, The White House and NSF (1995), IEEE Fellow (2008), IEEE Signal Processing Society Meritorious Service Award (2012), and Great Master at the University of Electronic Science and Technology of China, UESTC (2012).

Lars Samuelson, Lund University, Sweden

Vice-Director and Founder of NanoLund

Professor in Semiconductor Electronics

Lars Samuelson is Vice-Director of NanoLund, the Center for Nanoscience at Lund University, Sweden (formerly known as the Nanometer Structure Consortium). Since 1988, he has been Professor in Semiconductor Electronics in the Physics Department of Lund University. His research is focused on the growth of semiconductor nanostructures, primarily nanowires, and the study of their optical and transport properties.

Prof. Samuelson is a Fellow of the Institute of Physics, FinstP, in the United Kingdom (2004), Fellow of the American Physical Society/Materials Physics (2009), member of the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences (2006) and member of the Royal Swedish Academy of Engineering Sciences (2007). In 2008, he was appointed “Einstein Professor” at the Chinese Academy of Sciences and in 2013 he was awarded the IUVSTA Prize for Science for the Triennium 2010-2013.

Besides his academic career, Lars Samuelson is the founder and Chief Scientific Officer of four start-up companies engaged in technology development and commercialization of the nanowire technology: Qumat Technologies AB, QuNano AB, GLO AB and Sol Voltaics AB, all active in the Ideon Science Park in Lund.

Jens Zander, Royal Institute of Technology KTH, Sweden

Dean, KTH School of ICT

Professor in Radio Communication Systems

Jens Zander is Dean of the School of ICT, Royal Institute of Technology (KTH) Stockholm, Sweden. Since 1989, he has been Professor in Radio Communication Systems at KTH. His research interests include architectures, resource and flexible spectrum management regimes as well as economic models for future wireless infrastructures.

Prof. Zander is co-founder and Scientific Director of [email protected], the KTH Center for Wireless Systems. He is a Board Member of the Swedish National Post and Telecom Agency, a member of the Royal Academy of Engineering Sciences (2001), associate member of SNRV, Swedish URSI Branch (1990), senior research advisor at the Swedish National Defense Institute, and Honorary Doctor at Aalto University (2014).

Besides his academic career, Jens Zander is a co-founder of SECTRA AB, high-tech communications/medical imaging company on the Swedish Stock exchange (500+ employees). He is a Board Member of Possio AB (SME in mobile printing solutions), Åkerströms AB (SME in radio remote control and industrial logistics), and Affärsstrategerna (Venture capitalist in Wireless and Medical applications).

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