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2018.10.17

【Awards and Commendations】Takumi Nishiyasu (M1), Department of Mechano-Informatics (at that time), Department of Information and Communication Engineering (present), Project Researcher Ryo Shigeta, Department of Information and Communication Engineering, Associate Professor Yoshihiro Kawahara, Department of Information and Communication Engineering, won Paper Award and Young Researcher Award in Multimedia, Distributed, Cooperative, and Mobile Symposium (DICOMO2018) by IPSJ at the paper "Design of Thin Film Antenna for Soil Sensor with Big-Roll Method Leveraged Installation" (in Japanese).

Takumi Nishiyasu (M1 at that time), Department of Mechano-Informatics (at that time), Department of Information and Communication Engineering (present), Project Researcher Ryo Shigeta, Department of Information and Communication Engineering, Associate Professor Yoshihiro Kawahara, Department of Information and Communication Engineering,
won Paper Award and Young Researcher Award in Multimedia, Distributed, Cooperative, and Mobile Symposium (DICOMO2018) by IPSJ at the paper "Design of Thin Film Antenna for Soil Sensor with Big-Roll Method Leveraged Installation" (in Japanese).

September 4, 2018 (Paper Award), July 6, 2018 (Young Researcher Award)

●Name
Takumi Nishiyasu, Ryo Shigeta, Yoshihiro Kawahara

●Faculty/Graduate School, Department (Stream/Program) / Major and Year in university
Nishiyasu: Master 1st year student, Sato Lab, Department of Information and Communication Engineering, Graduate School of Information Science and Technology
Shigeta: Project Researcher, Kawahara Lab, Department of Information and Communication Engineering, Graduate School of Information Science and Technology
Kawahara: Associate Professor, Kawahara Lab, Department of Information and Communication Engineering, Graduate School of Information Science and Technology

The paper "Design of Thin Film Antenna for Soil Sensor with Big-Roll Method Leveraged Installation" (in Japanese)
won Paper Award and Young Researcher Award (for under the age of 30 who did the winning presentation) in Multimedia, Distributed, Cooperative, and Mobile Symposium (DICOMO2018) by IPSJ.

We propose a soil sensor that can be installed at the same time as replacing the lawn at the football stadium. In the awarded paper, we evaluated the characteristics of the thin-film antenna constituting the proposed soil sensor in the soil, and found that the thin film with better transmission characteristics than the antenna used in the demonstration experiment under the assumed moisture content condition of the soil I designed an antenna.

We will continue to conduct demonstration experiments for practical application in the future.



●Web link
http://dicomo.org/commendation/