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The student of the Master in Telecommunication Engineering, Juan Clement Bellido, winner of the COIT-AEIT Award for the Best Final Master’s Work


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The student of the Master in Telecommunication Engineering, Miguel Hernández de Elche University, Juan Clement Bellido has won the COIT-AEIT Award for ‘Best Master’s Degree in Fundamentals and Basic Technologies of Information and Communications, and his Applications’ in the XXXVII edition of the Awards for the Best End-of-Course Projects, Master’s Thesis, PhD Theses and Best Academic Trajectories in Telecommunication Engineering 2016. These national awards are granted annually by the Official College of Telecommunication Engineers. In this edition the jury met last Friday May 26, with the assistance of the Directors of Schools of Telecommunications Engineering of all Spain, attending on behalf of the UMH Mr. Miguel Ángel de la Casa Lillo, Director of the EPSE.

The final master’s work by D. Juan Clement entitled ‘Inconsistent interrogation of fiber optic sensors based on Bragg networks by means of wavelength transformation to group delay’, has been directed by the professors of the Department of Communications Engineering of the UMH D. Carlos Rodríguez Fernández-Pousa and D. Germán Torregrosa Penalva. Mr. Juan Clement continues his studies at the UMH thanks to a scholarship for the training of research personnel with the aim of obtaining the title of Doctor.

The final master’s work presented at the 37th edition of the awards consists of the development of a novel reflectometric system for optical spectrometry based on a microwave photon dispersion (MWP) capable of translating wavelength variations In Wavelength To Group Delay Mapping (WTGDM), a key point for the performance of spectral analyzes. The design can find application in fields such as mechanical stress monitoring in structures or intrusion detectors, providing a secure and interference-free communication.


29 May 2017