Muhammad Imam Sudrajat, (born November 1982, Yogyakarta, Indonesia). He received his B.Sc in Engineering Physic in 2006 from Gadjah Mada University, Indonesia and M.Sc degree in Biomedical Engineering in 2016 from Universitas Indonesia.
From 2007 to 2008 he worked at PT Tripatra Engineering and Construction as Instrument Engineer and involved in design monitoring and control system for petrochemical, oil & gas plant.
From 2008-2018, he became a researcher in electromagnetic compatibility in Research Center for Testing Technology, Indonesian Institute of Sciences and involved in developing EMC testing and electric field measurement method for PCB, medical devices, and household appliances. Focusing on low-frequency characteristic, since April 2019, he started as a PhD on SCENT-Smart Cities EMC Network for Training project in the Telecommunication Engineering Group, University of Twente, The Netherlands. As ESR 7, his topic is investigation and development of a parameterised low frequencies (2kHz-150kHz) macro/behavioural model (T-F, V-I) for the complex platform.
Experiment: Multi-channel measurement using pico scope to measure the (V-I) characteristic of 3 different lamps (Bulb, CFL and LED) which controlled by dimmer.
In this measurement each lamp has different voltage and current characteristic and illumination level response when dimming condition applied.