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Dr Richard Findlay is an experienced, enthusiastic and entertaining public speaker. He has presented at academic conferences, such as the Progress In Electromagnetic Research Symposium (PIERS), and at public events, including EMFcamp. He enjoys sharing ideas on all aspects of computational electromagnetics and electromagnetic safety with all types of audiences from students to scholars. He also has written a number of magazine articles relating to the absorption of electromagnetic fields and loves sharing insights into electromagnetic radiation with illuminating case studies and examples.
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EMCUK 2015, NEWBURY, UNITED

KINGDOM

Dr Richard Findlay has produced the scientific paper ‘Databases, Measurements and Modelling: How to Comply with the EMF Directive 2013/35/EU’ for the EMCUK 2015 conference. He will be presenting this paper in Newbury, United Kingdom on the 7th October 2015.

IWWBEEMF 2014, VARNA, BULGARIA

Dr Richard Findlay has produced 4 scientific papers for the 8th International Workshop on Biological Effects of Electromagnetic Fields. He will be presenting these papers, in addition to chairing a session on electromagnetic modelling in Varna, Bulgaria between the 8th and the 13th September 2014.

BIOEM 2013, THESSALONIKI, GREECE

Dr Richard Findlay will be presenting current EMFcomp research into human electromagnetic field absorption at the BioEM2013 conference in Thessaloniki, Greece between the 10th and the 15th June 2013.
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Upcoming EMFcomp Limited

talks, presented by Dr

Richard Findlay

Dr Richard Findlay is an experienced, enthusiastic and entertaining public speaker. He has presented at academic conferences, such as the Progress In Electromagnetic Research Symposium (PIERS), and at public events, including EMFcamp. He enjoys sharing ideas on all aspects of computational electromagnetics and electromagnetic safety with all types of audiences from students to scholars. He also has written a number of magazine articles relating to the absorption of electromagnetic fields and loves sharing insights into electromagnetic radiation with illuminating case studies and examples.
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