Maarten Weyn received his Ph.D. in Computer Science on the topic of Opportunistic Seamless Localization from the University of Antwerp, Belgium. He is an Associate Professor at the University of Antwerp, currently teaching the 3rd year bachelor courses Mobile Communication and Telecommunication and Master courses Communication Systems, and Internet of Things: Low Power Embedded Communication in the department of Applied Sciences: Electronics-ICT, and in the postgraduate Internet of Things, the course on Context Aware Wireless Embedded Systems.
Maarten is instructor at the LoraWAN Academy on the topic of localization and lecturer in a few courses on Coursera on Embedded IoT systems.
His research in the imec-IDlab research group focuses on ultra-low power sensor communication and embedded systems, sub 1-Ghz communication, sensor processing and localization. Most of his projects are in close collaboration with industry.
He is the co-founder of the spin-offs Aloxy en AtSharp, involved in the creation of the spin-offs 1OK and Viloc, director of the Dash7 Alliance, IARIA Fellow and initiator of the Open Source Stack OSS-7.
- Rafael Berkvens
- Ben Bellekens
Current Phd Students
- Denis Stijn: Tagless Localization using Multi-Frequency Radio Tomographic Imaging
- Bni Lam Noori: Multi-Frequency Phased Antenna Array Localization
- Michiel Aernouts: Localization based on Wireless Long Distance Communication with Low Energy Consumption
- Thomas Janssen: Reliable Error Estimation of Signal Feature-based Localization in LPWAN
- Ritesh Sing: Energy efficiency in Internet of Things
- Rreze Halili: Localization for High Speed Vehicles
- Ergeerts Glenn: low power, sub-1 GHz sensor communication
- Dragan Subotic: OCTA embedded hardware
- Mats De Meyer: OCTA embedded firmware
- Abdil Kaya: Device Free Localization
- Dennis Joosens: AoA Antenna design
Garduated Phd Students:
- Raf Berkvens: Uncertainty of Localization using Electromagnetic Fingerprints
- Ben Bellekens: Probabilistic 3D-object- and poseestimation of dynamic environments to enable realistic RF propagation maps