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Lisbon Engineering Superior Institute, ISEL

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Rua Conselheiro Emídio Navarro, 1
1959-007 Lisbon
Portugal

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Brief presentation of the institution

The Industrial Institute of Lisbon (IIL) was established in 1852, by a Decree of D. Maria II of Portugal. In 1974 IIL changes its name to Institute Superior of Engineering of Lisbon (ISEL). This Institution has a history of 160 years.

The ISEL is a prestigious institution of higher education in engineering, and is main goal is to promote the teaching of technical and scientific subjects, creating a stimulating multidisciplinary learning environment, emphasizing the involvement in business projects directed to the labor market and training high quality professionals, with specific skills in engineering.

ISEL has attained a leading role in scientific and technical training and research in Portugal. This institution is involved in a number of research projects, creating development opportunities, providing qualified human resources, promoting excellence in research and education.

The ISEL have approximately 6000 students in various courses today (seven undergraduate courses, eight Masters and one postgraduate).

 

Since ever, has made an important contribution in scientific research and educational formation, based on high qualified professionals.

Main Electroporation related topics

Development of new solid-state modulator topologies for PEF applications with higher efficiency.

Main Electroporation related research techniques and equipment

- Laboratory prototypes for bipolar and monopolar pulse applications.

Research topics, techniques and equipment not related to Electroporation

Development of new solid-state modulator for nanoseconds to microseconds pulse applications for various load conditions.

 

Brief information on available facilites

Research electronics laboratory.

Willingness to accept/host visiting researchers

Publications

Projects:

  • Target voltage modulator development for the on-line isotope separator at ISOLDE/CERN
    Project type: National
    Funding: 25 k€

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Working groups

Steering Committee

Founding members

DC Rapporteurs

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