Smart Internet Lab Seminar: GPU powered electromagnetics for Digital Twin driven research

22 February 2022, 11.00 AM - 22 February 2022, 12.00 PM

Dr Timothy Pelham

Speaker: Dr Timothy Pelham

TitleGPU powered electromagnetics for Digital Twin driven research

AbstractAs GPU capabilities allow for more detailed electromagnetics and physical models to be explored on smaller platforms, there is an opportunity for overlap between ways of measuring the 3D space, and the measurement architecture itself. The use of different sensing modes for Digital Twins allows for the possibility of radio frequency measurements with accompanying computer vision or lidar measurements, in order to allow the researcher to account for the signature of the built environment, office space, or anechoic chamber within the measurement. Initial work will be present, and the concept explored for future work.

BioTimothy Pelham received an Masters in Physics at the University of Surrey in 2009, followed by work as a Systems Engineer for MBDA in Bristol. In 2012 Timothy left MBDA for a PhD in Electrical Engineering at the University of Bristol. Currently pursuing an Intelligence Community Postdoctoral Research Fellowship at the University of Bristol, supported by the Royal Academy of Engineering. His research interests extend from antennas and propagation physics, across electromagnetics modelling, to complex systems modelling and concept design. His current work combines conventional direction finding techniques with electromagnetics modelling, computer vision and RF fingerprinting to develop spatial intelligence as a new way to secure wireless networks.

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