Dr Paul Warr
B.Eng.(Bath), M.Sc., Ph.D.(Bristol)
Senior LecturerDepartment of Electrical & Electronic Engineering
Paul's current research covers the front-end aspects of Software (Reconfigurable) Radio and diversity-exploiting communication systems; responsive linear amplifiers, flexible filters and linear frequency translation, in addition to analogue signal processing and chaotic communications system implementation.
Visit to the British University in Egypt to conceptualise and scope a new collaborative project application to the Newton Institutional Links Programme.
DescriptionA new and novel resonator structure for the detection of unseen objects.
Managing organisational unitDepartment of Electrical & Electronic Engineering
21/03/2016 to 27/03/2016
Geometrical Perturbation Techniques and Approximate Analysis for Eigenmode Splitting and Shifting in Electromagnetic Planar Dual-Mode Resonators
Concepts in Magnetic Resonance: Part B, Magnetic Resonance Engineering
Proceedings of 2016 IEEE International Conference on Integrated Circuits and Microsystems, ICICM 2016
- Conference contribution
Analog Integrated Circuits and Signal Processing
- E-pub ahead of print