Arturo Mediano

Arturo Mediano received both his M.Sc. (1990) and his Ph. D. (1997) in Electrical Engineering from the University of Zaragoza, Spain. He has been involved in design and management responsibilities for R&D projects with companies in the radiofrequency (RF) and EMI/EMC fields for communications, industry and scientific/medical applications since 1990.

Since 1992 he has held a teaching professorship with special interest in Electromagnetic Interference and Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMI/EMC) and RF (HF/VHF/UHF) design for Telecom and Electrical Engineers.

His research interest is high efficiency switching mode RF power amplifiers with experience in applications like mobile communication radios, broadcasting, through-earth communication systems (TTE), induction heating, medical equipment, plasmas for industrial applications and RFID.

He has substantial experience in collaboration with industries with a focus on training and consulting in RF design and EMI/EMC design and troubleshooting.

He has taught more than 40 courses and seminars for industries and institutions in the fields of RF/EMI/EMC in Spain, USA, Switzerland, France, UK, Italy and The Netherlands. He is currently an instructor for Besser Associates.

He has been involved in approximately 50 R&D projects for companies and/or institutions in the fields of EMI/EMC/RF (in more than 40 projects as Main Researcher). Usually the result was directly used in a marketed product.

Dr. Mediano is author/co-author for around 50 publications and 8 patents as result of activity in research activities listed before.

He has been a speaker in paper sessions and tutorials of some of the most important symposiums and conferences related to RF and EMC (RF EXPO, IEEE IMS, and IEEE Intl. Symp. EMC, URSI, EPE, ARFTG, EUROEM, IEEE RWS, EuMW, etc).

He is a Senior Member of the IEEE, where he has been an active member since 1999 (Chair since Jan 2013) of the MTT-17 (HF/VHF/UHF technology) Technical Committee of the Microwave Theory and Techniques Society and member of the Electromagnetic Compatibility Society (member of the directive of the EMC Spanish Chapter).

Arturo shares free time between his family, fly fishing, and drawing cartoons.

Upcoming Courses:

EMI/EMC Troubleshooting: Principles and Demonstrations Oct 18-Oct 20, 2017:  San Jose, CA