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New Webinars on The Internet of Things for SMEs and Universities

The EU project EuroTraining has just released a series of webinars on the Internet of Things. They are now available on the web.

In order to make high quality training in the field of micro/nano-electronics available for European industry and research, EuroTraining is developing several webinars. The new ones are now available on The webinars last between 30 and 60 minutes and cover following topics: - Towards ultra-low power IoT - Ultra-low power digital computing - Channel-Aware Strategies for Ultra-Low Power IoT Wireless Links - Power management for sub-mW electronic devices - 5G and the IoT - Smart Systems for Robotics and Biomedical Applications - Impulse-Radio Ultra-Wide-Band - Bio-inspired electronics - IoT on the field - Micro-for-Nano: approach for nanosensors integration onto CMOS electronics The EuroTraining project was launched in January 2013 and includes five partners: COREP from Turin (Italy) and FSRM from Neuchâtel (Switzerland), both specialized in continuous education and technology transfer, the technical universities of Budapest (Hungary) and Denmark and the research organization CEA-LETI in Grenoble (France). The project is supported by the EC and runs for three years. Information: Contact: Annette Locher, EuroTraining co-ordinator +41 32 720 09 30


IoT; Internet of Things; webinar


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