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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 http://www.eurotraining.net/webinars2.php. 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: www.eurotraining.net Contact: Annette Locher, EuroTraining co-ordinator locher@fsrm.ch +41 32 720 09 30

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IoT; Internet of Things; webinar

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Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Switzerland, Denmark, Estonia, Greece, Spain, Finland, France, Hungary, Italy, Latvia, Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Sweden, Slovenia, Slovakia, United Kingdom, United States