Author Archives: Martijn Warnier

SamenMarkt at the GreenTech trade show, June 14-16, 2016

The SamenMarkt project will be present at the GreenTech Trade show, 2016, Feb 14-16, in the RAI, Amsterdam, The Netherlands. The SamenMarkt team will be present at the InnovationLAB to promote the SamenMarkt project and to hold workshops: serious gaming … Continue reading

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SamenMarkt at the Horticulture Business Days 2016

The SamenMarkt project will be present at the largest horticultural trade fair in the Netherlands: the Horticulture Business Days 2016, Feb 16-18, in Gorinchem, The Netherlands. The SamenMarkt is a research project with academic/research partners and horticultural partners work together … Continue reading

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“Green Wireless Power Transfer Networks” accepted in the IEEE Journal on Selected Areas in Communications (J-SAC)

“Green Wireless Power Transfer Networks” a paper by Qingzhi Liu, Michał Goliński, Przemysław Pawełczak and Martijn Warnier has been accepted for publication in the IEEE Journal on Selected Areas in Communications (J-SAC). (Impact factor 3.453). The paper can be found … Continue reading

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Bridge

BRIDGE – Bridging resources and agencies in large-scale emergency management The ultimate goal of BRIDGE is to increase the safety of citizens by developing technical and organisational solutions that significantly improve crisis and emergency management in the EU Member States. … Continue reading

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NL Net

Design and management of networked Autonomous Systems Homepage: http://www.nlnet.nl The world is distributed over time and place, as are most of today’s systems. Systems are becoming more autonomous, configurations more complex, the environments in which they operate more open, distributed … Continue reading

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