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Techniques/Antennas and Propagation chapter and Uppsala Center on
Wireless Sensor Networks (WISENET), you are hereby invited to a talk on
"Interaction of Millimeter Waves with Skin: Physical Aspects and
Biological Effects" by Prof. Stanislav Alexeev formerly at Temple
University Medical School, Philadelphia, PA, USA and now at Institute of
Cell Biophysics of Russian Academy of Sciences, Pushchino, Moscow
Region, Russia. See bio below for Prof. Alexeev.
Date and time: Wednesday 25/4 at 14.00 - 14.45.
Venue: Häggsalen, Angstrom Laboratory, Polackbacken. Lägerhyddsvägen 1,
Uppsala University, Uppsala.
How to find us: http://www.polacksbacken.uu.se/Find_us/?languageId=1
Looking forward to see you.
Stanislav I. Alekseev received the M.S. degree in physics from the Kazan
State University, Kazan,Russia,in 1971, and the Ph.D. degree in biophysics from the Institute of Biophysics, Pushchino, Russia, in 1977. In 1993-2010 he was a senior scientist doing research on millimeter wave effects on skin at the
Center for Biomedical Physics, Temple University Medical School, Philadelphia, PA. He is currently with the Institute of Cell Biophysics of Russian Academy of Sciences, Pushchino, Moscow Region, where he is involved in the research of neural effects of millimeter-wave irradiation. His current research interests include theoretical and experimental study of microwave and millimeter-wave interaction with the skin, dosimetry and thermodynamics, mechanisms of microwave, and
millimeter-wave effects on model membranes and ionic channels in neuronal membranes, and on electrical activity of neurons and cutaneous sensory afferents.
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