Ph.D. in Biomedical Engineering and Telemedicine from University of Alcala, Madrid, Spain - 2005. Telecommunications Engineer from Polytechnic University of Madrid, Spain. From 1985 till 1996 she worked as a Radio communications R+D engineer in the private industry. Since 1996, she has been a research scientist and now she is Tenure Scientist at the Instituto de Salud Carlos III, Ministry of Science and Innovation, in the Research Area of Telemedicine and e-Health, in Madrid, Spain. Her research focuses on the area of wireless communications applications for home care and the next generations of communications technologies for telemedicine applications. It involves standards related to human exposure, medical devices immunity and radio communication EMC.

The title of the presentation: Experimental Radiation System for Exposure Assessment in Biological Models



After graduating, Lars Ole Fichte worked for 5 years as an Electronic Warfare specialist for the German military. He finished his PhD thesis on hybrid analytical/numerical methods for eddy current problems in 2007 and has been working as a senior scientist at Helmut-Schmidt University Hamburg since. His research interest include (but are not limited to)
  • precise measurement of electromagnetic fields in EMC test setups, primarily electromagnetic reverberation chambers,
  • statistical investigations on EMC field tests,
  • Intentional Electronic Interference and protective measures,
  • interaction of RF range fields with biological tissue.
He is the Chairman of German URSI commission K, member of the international URSI Commission K technical advisory board, and works with various standardization committees, such as IEC SC77C.
The title of the presentation: Recent Activity on Electromagnetic Exposure Tests with Cell Culture Samples



Dr. Octavian Adrian Postolache (M’99, SM’06) graduated in Electrical Engineering at the Gh. Asachi Technical University of Iasi, Romania, in 1992 and he received the PhD degree in 1999 from the same university, and university habilitation in 2016 from Instituto Superior Tecnico, Universidade de Lisboa, Portugal. He joined Instituto Universitario de Lisboa/ ISCTE-IUL Lisbon where he is currently Associate Professor . His fields of interests are smart sensors for biomedical and environmental applications, pervasive sensing and computing, wireless sensor networks, signal processing with application in biomedical and telecommunications, computational intelligence with application in automated measurement systems.   Dr. Postolache is author and co-author of 9 patents, 10 books, 22 book chapters, 107 papers in international journals with peer review, more than 295 papers in proceedings of international conferences with peer review. He is IEEE Senior Member I&M Society, Distinguished Lecturer of IEEE IMS 2017-2020, chair of IEEE I&MSTC-13 Wireless and Telecommunications in Measurements, member of IEEE I&M TC-17, IEEE I&M TC-18, IEEE I&MS TC-25, IEEE EMBS Portugal Chapter and chair of IEEE IMS Portugal Chapter. He is Associate Editor of IEEE Sensors Journal, and IEEE Transaction on Instrumentation and Measurements, he was general chair of an important number of IEEE conferences. He received IEEE Sensors Journal best reviewer and the best associate editor in 2011, 2013 and 2017, and other awards related to his research activity in the field of smart sensing.

The title of the presentation: Smart Sensing and AI for Physical Therapy in IoT Era



Delia Arnaud-Cormos was born in Cugir, Romania, in 1978. She received the Diplôme d’Ingénieur degree from the Institute of Computer Science and Communication, Rennes, France, in 2002, and the master’s and Ph.D. degrees from INSA, Rennes, in 2003 and 2006, respectively. Since 2007, she has been with the Bioelectromagnetics Team, XLIM Institute, University of Limoges/C.N.R.S., Limoges, France, as an Associate Professor. In 2012, she joined the Pulsed Power Group, University of Southern California (USC), Los Angeles, SC, USA, where she developed research with the Biological Applications Research Team. Since 2018, she has been a Junior Member with the Institut Universitaire de France (IUF), Paris, France, and a member of the International Bioelectrics Consortium. She authored more than 50 Refereed International Journal Articles, 2 book chapters, 3 patents, 6 conference proceedings editor, more than 90 International conferences, 13 invited conferences, workshops, seminars. She participated to several international projects (2 European) and 15 national projects, the creation and organization of a new international multidisciplinary francophone conference (6 editions of PLUMEE in 2019). Her current research interests include nanosecond pulses/microwave exposure system setup and dosimetric characterization for bioelectromagnetic studies.

The title of the presentation: Recent trends for 5G in vitro exposure systems dosimetry and setup


Rod Hose is Emeritus Professor in the Department of Infection, Immunity and Cardiovasular Disease at the University of Sheffield. Prior to his retirement in 2020 he was concurrently Professor of Computational Biomechanics at the University of Sheffield and Professor of Computational Cardiovascular Physiology in the Department of Circulation and Biomedical Engineering at the Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU, Trondheim). He was awarded Dr Honoris Causa by the Technical University of Cluj Napoca in 2011, in recognition of a collaboration that continues today. He has been associated with the Virtual Physiological Human initiative since its inception, was a co-author of the White Paper that launched it and served on the first Board of Directors of the VPH Institute ( He has served as scientific co-ordinator and/or work package leader in a series of major international projects in this domain including, most recently, the EurValve project ( His primary research interests are in cardiovascular modelling, especially for coronary artery disease and for heart valve disease.

The title of the presentation: The Role of Low Dimensional Physiological Models in Clinical Decision Support


Alexandru M. Morega (PhD) is professor at the Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Department of Bioengineering & Biotechnology, Faculty of Medical Engineering at the University Politehnica of Bucharest, Romania. He is Corresponding Member of the Romanian Academy and Member of the Romanian Academy of Technical Sciences.

His research interests end expertise include electromagnetism, heat and mass transfer, field-substance interactions, engineering in medicine and biology applications, energy conversion and sources, structural optimization, multiphysics modeling.

The title of the presentation: Physics of Magnetic Stimulation and Therapy


She was born in San Luis Potosí, Mexico, on the 13th of September 1986. Currently, she lives in Spain. She received her PhD degrees on the 13th of December 2021, under the supervision of Dr. Enrique Arribas and Dr. Jesús González-Rubio in the Applied Electromagnetism, Applied Physics Department, Faculty of Computer Science Engineering at University of Castilla-La Mancha. She obtained the title of Doctor with International Doctorate Mention from University of Castilla-La Mancha. The thesis has been graded with “SOBRESALIENTE” and “CUM LAUDE” Mention.

In 2012, she completed a master’s degree in Educational Administration, in 2014 she finished a master’s degree in Industrial Engineering, and in 2020 she obtained a master’s degree in Geographic Information Systems developed by ESRI, in Madrid Spain, based in California, USA.

She is involved in research on Teaching Innovation with Professor Arribas. They develop new Physics practices (with video support), and elaborate rubrics for the correct evaluation of the practices. They have published 20 indexed articles and 5 books in the teaching innovation field.

She has been working on Radiofrequency Waves since 2016 in the RF research group of the University of Castilla-La Mancha. In summarize, her scientific activity is: 36 articles in indexed journals, 54 communications in national and international conferences and a plenary session in the United States, and coauthor of 5 teaching books. Her teaching experience is: 5 years as professor in Industrial Engineering at Instituto Tecnológico Superior de Tamazunchale, S.L.P., Mexico; 2 years in the Faculty of Computer Science Engineering at University of Castilla-La Mancha, Albacete Campus, Spain; and 4 years as Associate Tutor-professor at National University of Distance Education, Albacete Campus, Spain (to date).

She is a member of the Governing Board of Spanish Royal Society of Physics since 2017 to date, and collaborates with the Ministry of Health, Consumption and Social Welfare and the Ministry for the Ecological Transition and the Demographic Challenge for the Strategic Plan for Health and Environment 2022-2026, in the Radiofrequency Electromagnetic Fields section.

The title of the presentation: Personal Exposure to Wi-Fi inside an airplane


Dr. Lourdes Farrugia is currently a senior lecturer in the Department of Physics at the University of Malta. She graduated with a BSc in Mathematics and Physics in 2008 and the following year she was awarded an MSc in Physics. In 2016, she obtained her Ph.D during which she studied the interaction of electromagnetic fields with the human body. Her project mainly focused on aspects of instrumentation and measurement of dielectric properties, in particular those of biological tissues, as relevant to the microwave medical device community. Since then, she has been actively involved in different researchprojects, focusing mainly on addressing gaps in knowledge of dielectric properties of biological tissues and on using this knowledge to design and optimise innovative Electromagnetic (EM) medical devices. Lourdes Farrugia has been involved in European networks of COST actions since 2012 and in 2018 she was appointed as the Chairperson of COST Action CA17115 MyWAVE, of which she was the main proposer. The network currently includes over 250 researchers all working towards advancing current EM hyperthermic technologies closer to patient bedside.

Currently, she is also the Chairperson of the national Commission for the Protection from Ionizing and non-Ionizing radiation in Malta.

The title of the presentation: Electromagnetic Hyperthmic technology - current and future perspectives


Marco Donald Migliore received the Laurea (Hons) and Ph.D. degrees in electronic engineering from the University of Naples, Naples, Italy. He is currently Full Professor with the University of Cassino and Southern Lazio, Cassino, Italy. His main scientific interests include the development of Maximum Power Extrapolation techniques for 5G, synthesis of antennas in complex environments, massive MIMO antennas and propagation, ad hoc wireless networks, antenna measurements, electromagnetic information theory, medical and energetic applications of microwaves. Prof.. Migliore is a member of the  IEEE, Italian Electromagnetic Society (SIEM), the National Interuniversity Consortium for Telecommunication (CNIT) and of the ELEDIA@UniCAS. He serves as a referee for many scientific journals, including the IEEE Transactions on Antennas and Propagation, the IEEE Antennas and  Wireless Propagation Letters, the IEEE Transactions on Vehicular Technology,  the Journal of Optical Society of America, the IEEE Transactions on Signal Processing, and the IEEE Transactions on Information Theory. He has served as an Associate Editor for the IEEE Transactions on Antennas and Propagation. He is currently the director of the Microwave Laboratory in Cassino.

The title of the presentation: 5G field level measurement for human exposure assessment: a lesson for 6G


Sangin Qahtan was born in Kurdistan, in 1997. She received a bachelor's degree in Electrical and Computer engineering from Duhok Unveracity in Kurdistan, in 2018 and an M.S. degree from the Department of Computer and Communication Systems Engineering, Faculty of Engineering, Universiti Putra Malaysia (UPM), Seri Kembangan, Malaysia, in 2021.  She is currently pursuing a Ph.D. degree in Wireless Communications and Networks Engineering at Universiti Putra Malaysia (UPM), in Selangor, Malaysia.  Her main research interests include Investigating maximum RF-EMF exposure that is generated from 5G base stations operating on C-band and mmWave band in different scenarios, finding the most accurate methodology to conduct the measurement, and evaluating the factor that leads to an increase in the amount of radiated exposure to find a way to eliminate the amount.

The title of the presentation: RF-EMF Measurement for 5G over C-band and mm-Wave frequency band: Exposure assessment and Procedures.


International Conference on Electromagnetic Fields, Signals and BioMedical Engineering

SIBIU, 2022


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