Last Thursday, October 31st 2019, SAS ESRs Hassan Tirmizi (ESR9) and Aleksandr Ovechkin (ESR5) actively participated in the PhD ESAT Symposium at KU Leuven Geel Campus (Belgium).
Hassan Tirmizi gave a talk regarding his work on EMI Risk Management: At the crossroads of EMC and Functional Safety. Aleksandr Ovechkin had the opportunity to present his research entitled Making Connectivity Work Reliably in a Diverse Range of Environments during a poster session. Both ESRs were also able to promote the SAS Project as well as engage in fruitful conversations with other participants.
View Hassan’s presentation here.
View Aleksandr’s poster here.