Dr Antonio Vilches
Electrical and Electronic Engineering
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I'm an electronics engineer and Senior Lecturer, with a device, circuits and systems background. In May 2016 I began lecturing at London South Bank University’s School of Engineering, in the Division of Electrical and Electronic Engineering.
Previously, having spent 10 years as a Research Fellow working on various biomedical related projects at the Institute of Biomedical Engineering within Imperial College London, I took a Lecturer post to teach embedded software systems (PIC), electronics and C programming at Brunel University within the Product and Industrial Design degrees offered there.
All this time in academia has been spent in multidisciplinary environments, dealing with projects that required input from a number of different backgrounds. My skill-set is broad enough to enable me to work effectively in any one of the following areas: device modelling, circuit design, autonomous systems, robotics, electronic materials and devices, human computer interaction.
|Innovate UK||2017||SENSE Smart Ear protectioN in noiSy Environments||Co-Investigator|
Bioinspired Multiresonant Acoustic Devices Based on Electrospun Piezoelectric Polymeric Nanofibers
Viola, G, Chang, J, Maltby, T, Steckler, F, Jomaa, M, Sun, J, Edusei, J, Zhang, D, Vilches, A, Gao, S, Liu, X, Saeed, S, Zabalawi, H, Gale, J and Song, W (2020). Bioinspired Multiresonant Acoustic Devices Based on Electrospun Piezoelectric Polymeric Nanofibers. ACS applied materials & interfaces. https://doi.org/10.1021/acsami.0c09238
A novel transparent UWB antenna for photovoltaic solar panel integration and RF energy harvesting
Peter, T., Rahman, T.A., Cheung, S.W., Nilavalan, R., Abutarboush, H.F. and Vilches, A. (2014). A novel transparent UWB antenna for photovoltaic solar panel integration and RF energy harvesting. IEEE Transactions on Antennas and Propagation. 62 (4), pp. 1844-1853. https://doi.org/10.1109/TAP.2014.2298044