JOHAN WINGES

Doktor at Chalmers, Electrical Engineering, Signalbehandling och medicinsk teknik, Signal Processing

Johan Winges is a Doctor in the Signal processing research group, specializing in using near-field microwaves for non-intrusive measurements and safe wireless energgy transfer for electric vehicles. His research is in the field of computational electromagnetics, and he has created higher-order finite element codes for simulating electromagnetic field propagation. A research aim is to find robust methods for solving inverse problems found in microwave scattering applications. Johan is also a teaching assistant for courses in Electromagnetic Field Theory and Computational Electromagnetics.

Source: chalmers.se

Publications

2018

System Identification and Tuning of Wireless Power Transfer Systems with Multiple Magnetically Coupled Resonators

JOHAN WINGES, Thomas Rylander, Carl Petersson et al
Transactions on Environment and Electrical Engineering. Vol. 2 (2), p. 86-92
Journal article
2017

Microwave measurement system for dispersive dielectric properties of densely packed pellets

Livia Cerullo, JOHAN WINGES, Thomas Rylander et al
Measurement: Journal of the International Measurement Confederation. Vol. 106, p. 179-189
Journal article
2017

Microwave technology for detecting traumatic intracranial bleedings: tests on phantom of subdural hematoma and numerical simulations

Stefan Candefjord, JOHAN WINGES, A.A. Malik et al
Medical and Biological Engineering and Computing. Vol. 55 (8), p. 1177-1188
Journal article
2017

System Identification and Tuning of WPT Systems

JOHAN WINGES, Thomas Rylander, Tomas McKelvey et al
2017 IEEE 17th International Conference on Environment and Electrical Engineering (EEEIC)
Paper in proceedings
2017

Compressed Sensing for the Detection and Positioning of Dielectric Objects Inside Metal Enclosures by Means of Microwave Measurements

JOHAN WINGES, Livia Cerullo, Thomas Rylander et al
IEEE Transactions on Microwave Theory and Techniques. Vol. PP (99), p. 1-15
Journal article
2016

Higher-order brick-tetrahedron hybrid method for Maxwell's equations in time domain

JOHAN WINGES, Thomas Rylander
Journal of Computational Physics. Vol. 321, p. 698-707
Journal article
2016

Estimating Scatterer Positions using Sparse Approximation

JOHAN WINGES, Thomas Rylander
Swedish Microwave Days, March 15-16, Linköping. Vol. 2016, p. 120-
Conference contribution
2015

Higher-order hybrid method for curl-conforming elements on tetrahedrons and bricks

JOHAN WINGES, Thomas Rylander
Electromagnetics in Advanced Applications (ICEAA), 2015 International Conference on (7-11 Sept. 2015), p. 1016 - 1019
Paper in proceedings
2014

Higher-Order Finite Element Solver for Maxwell’s Equations

JOHAN WINGES, Thomas Rylander
AntennEMB, 11-12 March, Göteborg
Conference poster
2014

Global monitoring of fluidized-bed processes by means of microwave cavity resonances

Johan Nohlert, Livia Cerullo, JOHAN WINGES et al
Measurement: Journal of the International Measurement Confederation. Vol. 55, p. 520-535
Journal article
2014

A Microwave Measurement System for Measurement of Dielectric Properties

JOHAN WINGES, Livia Cerullo, Thomas Rylander et al
AntennEMB, 11-12 March, Göteborg
Conference poster
2013

Microwave Measurements for Metal Vessels

Livia Cerullo, Johan Nohlert, JOHAN WINGES et al
7th European Conference on Antennas and Propagation, EuCAP 2013, Gothenburg, Sweden, 8-12 April 2013, p. 3869 - 3873
Paper in proceedings
2013

Microwave technology for localization of traumatic intracranial bleedings—a numerical simulation study

Stefan Candefjord, JOHAN WINGES, Yinan Yu et al
Proceedings of the Annual International Conference of the IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society, EMBS, p. 1948-1951
Paper in proceedings
2012

Model reduction for inverse scattering problems

Yinan Yu, JOHAN WINGES, Tomas McKelvey et al
AntennEMB, 5-8 March, Stockholm
Conference poster
2012

Inverse scattering for a closed cavity equipped with microwave antenna sensors

Livia Cerullo, JOHAN WINGES, Thomas Rylander et al
AntennEMB, 5-8 March, Stockholm
Conference poster

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Projects

2014–2017

Safe inductive energy transfer for electric vehicles

Tomas McKelvey Signal Processing
Thomas Rylander Signal Processing
JOHAN WINGES Signal Processing
Swedish Energy Agency

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