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2016 IEEE International Symposium on
Antennas and Propagation
and
URSI/USNC National Radio Science Meeting
Final Program
June 26 – July 1, 2016
El Conquistador Resort
Fajardo, Puerto Rico
Cover Photo © A. Lee Bennett Jr. Used by permission.
Conference at a Glance
Monday, June 27
07:00 - 08:00
08:00 - 11:40
11:40 - 13:20
12:15 - 13:15
13:20 - 17:00
14:40 - 16:40
17:00 - 18:00
17:00 - 18:00
17:00 - 18:00
18:30 - 20:30
Meeting: APS Transactions Editors' Breakfast
Technical Sessions
Lunch Break
Lunch and Learn: The Arecibo Observatory Presents Dr. Joan T. Schmelz
Technical Sessions
Technical Sessions (Interactive Forum)
Meeting: URSI Commission B
Meeting: URSI Commission C
Meeting: URSI Commission F
Social: Welcome Reception
Tuesday, June 28
07:00 - 08:00
07:00 - 08:00
07:00 - 08:00
08:00 - 08:30
08:00 - 11:40
08:00 - 11:40
08:30 - 09:40
09:40 - 12:00
11:40 - 13:20
12:00 - 14:00
12:00 - 13:20
12:00 - 13:00
12:00 - 13:00
13:00 - 17:00
13:20 - 17:00
14:40 - 16:40
16:00 - 17:00
17:00 - 18:00
17:00 - 18:00
17:00 - 18:00
18:30 - 21:30
Social: Amateur Radio Breakfast
Meeting: APS 2017 Committee Breakfast
Meeting: Magazine Staff Breakfast
Student Design Contest (Set Up - Closed to others)
Technical Sessions
Student Paper Competition Interactive Forum
Student Design Contest (Demo for Judges - Closed to others)
Student Design Contest (Demo for public)
Lunch Break
Meeting: APS Propagation Standards Committee
Social: Reviewers' Lunch
Student Design Contest (Luncheon for judges and teams)
Meeting: Student Paper Judges Private Meeting
Student Design Contest (Demo for public)
Technical Sessions
Technical Sessions (Interactive Forum)
Meeting: Future Symposia Meeting
Meeting: URSI Commission A
Meeting: URSI Commission E
Meeting: URSI Commission K
Social: Young Professionals’ Beach Barbecue
Wednesday, June 29
08:00 - 11:40
11:40 - 13:20
12:00 - 13:20
12:00 - 13:00
13:00 - 15:00
13:20 - 17:00
14:40 - 16:40
15:00 - 17:00
17:30 - 18:45
18:45 - 21:45
Technical Sessions
Lunch Break
Meeting: AWPL Editors Lunch
Social: Women in Engineering Lunch and Speaker
Short Course: SC-Q1
Technical Sessions
Technical Sessions (Interactive Forum)
Short Course: SC-Q2
Social: Awards Presentation
Social: Celebratory Banquet
Thursday, June 30
08:00 - 11:40
09:00 - 10:00
11:30 - 13:00
11:40 - 13:20
12:00 - 13:30
12:00 - 13:00
12:00 - 13:00
12:15 - 13:15
13:00 - 17:00
13:20 - 17:00
14:40 - 16:40
18:00 - 21:00
Technical Sessions
Meeting: AP History Committee
Meeting: APS Fellows Committee Lunch
Lunch Break
Meeting: Chapter Chairs Luncheon
Meeting: Education Committee Lunch
Meeting: IEEE Press Liaison Lunch
Lunch and Learn: Multiphysics and the Role of Commercial Simulators in Modern EM Graduate Education
Short Courses: SC-H1, SC-H3, SC-H6
Technical Sessions
Technical Sessions (Interactive Forum)
Meeting: MGA Committee & Future Directions
Friday, July 1
08:00 - 17:00 Short Courses: SC-F1, SC-F2, SC-F3
08:00 - 12:00 Short Courses: SC-H7, SC-H8, SC-H9, SC-H10, SC-H11, SC-H13
13:00 - 17:00 Short Courses: SC-H2, SC-H14
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Contents
Conference at a Glance............................................................................. 2
Chairs’ Welcome........................................................................................... 4
Sessions at a Glance — Monday.............................................................. 6
Sessions at a Glance — Tuesday............................................................... 7
Sessions at a Glance — Wednesday........................................................ 8
Sessions at a Glance — Thursday.............................................................. 9
Registration....................................................................................................10
Devotions.......................................................................................................10
Speaker Preparation Room.......................................................................10
Internet Access.............................................................................................10
Meeting and Event Schedule...................................................................11
Short Courses...............................................................................................12
Quarter Day (Afternoon)....................................................................12
Half Day (Morning)............................................................................12
Half Day (Afternoon)..........................................................................14
Full Day...................................................................................................16
Social Events.................................................................................................17
Companion Program..................................................................................19
Awards and Society Recognition.............................................................20
Steering Committee....................................................................................21
AP-S Technical Program Coordinators....................................................21
AP-S Technical Program Committee........................................................22
URSI Commission Chairs...........................................................................23
URSI Technical Program Committee........................................................23
Special Sessions..........................................................................................24
Student Paper Competition.......................................................................25
Student Design Contest..............................................................................27
Patrons............................................................................................................29
Exhibitors........................................................................................................30
Lunch and Learn Sessions..........................................................................30
Presentation Listing Explanation................................................................36
Technical Program Presentations..............................................................37
Author and Session Chair Index...........................................................124
Map: Grand Atlantic Ballroom — Level 1...........................................150
Map: Grand Atlantic Ballroom — Level 2...........................................150
Map: Grand Caribbean Ballroom — Level 1.....................................151
Map: Mirador Level................................................................................151
Map: Grand Caribbean Ballroom — Poster and Exhibit Detail.....152
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Chairs’ Welcome
On behalf of the Conference Organizing Committee, the
Antennas and Propagation Society, and USNC-URSI, we
welcome you to Puerto Rico and the 2016 IEEE International
Symposium on Antennas and Propagation and USNC-URSI
Radio Science Meeting.
through Thursday. For the first time, it will be possible to
take short courses during the week, with two-hour courses
offered on Wednesday afternoon on Antenna Design with
Characteristic Modes and Mindfulness Practices for Engineers
and Scientists. We have lowered short-course fees this year,
so please sign up! On Monday at lunch-time there will be a
This year is an historic year for AP-S and URSI as, for the first special open presentation by Dr. Joan Schmelz, the Assistant
time, the flagship conference is being held in IEEE Region Director of the Arecibo Observatory, and on Tuesday and
9. Region 9 encompasses all of Central and South America Friday, there are (sold out!) special behind-the-scenes tours
and the Caribbean, and is one of the most important regions of the Arecibo Observatory. If you weren’t able to get tickets
of the world for future growth in Antennas and Propagation to the tour, I encourage you to consider visiting the facility
fields. AP-S is actively recruiting students and professionals yourself while you are on the island. On Wednesday, Prof.
to join our ranks from countries throughout Region 9, and the Mona Jarrahi, the 2015 recipient of the IEEE AP-S Lot Shafai
Society is actively forming chapters throughout the Region. Mid-Career Distinguished Achievement Award will be the
With the major investments in education and infrastructure keynote speaker at the Women in Engineering Luncheon. throughout the region, we expect to see increased technical On Thursday, Profs. George Hanson and Hao Xin will host a
activities from this area over the next decades.
panel discussion on Multiphysics and the Role of Commercial
This year also is the first time that we are hosting the symposium EM Solvers in Graduate Education. Finally, while there are
at a full-service property. Almost all of the conference no technical talks on Friday, if you find yourself on the island,
activities will take place on site at the El Conquistador Resort consider registering one of full- or half-day short courses
and Hotel, and many of these activities will leverage the being offered late in the week.
natural beauty of the island. We are in the tropics, and it will Of special note, Tuesday is “Student and Young Professional”
be warm, so please feel free to join me in making yourself day at the symposium. The Student Paper Contest finalist
comfortable in the warm climate. On Monday evening poster session will be held, as will the finals of the Student
all attendees are invited to join us poolside for a friendly Design Contest. The day concludes with a beach party
welcome reception, and on Tuesday and Thursday we are dinner on Palomino Island. Tickets may still be available for
offering shuttle services for dinner in Fajardo and San Juan, that event, so please check at registration.
so please avail yourself of the opportunities presented by this
unique destination.
We wish you a great week here in Puerto Rico, and we hope
that you take the time to enjoy both the technical aspects of
The technical program is packed full of exciting, leading-edge the meeting and the relaxing activities that Puerto Rico has to
content. We have over 1500 technical papers organized offer.
into oral, poster, and special sessions running Monday
J. Scott Tyo, UNSW Canberra at the Australian Defence Force Academy
Richard Ziolkowski, University of Arizona
Rafael Rodríguez-Solís, University of Puerto Rico - Mayagüez
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Sessions at a Glance — Monday
Location
Grand Atlantic Salon I
Grand Atlantic Salon II
Grand Atlantic Salon III
Grand Caribbean
Salon I-II
Grand Caribbean
Salon VII-VIII
Culebra
Vieques
Icaco
Palominito
Palmas
Ceiba
Siete Mares
Las Croabas
Grand Caribbean
Salon VI
Grand Caribbean
Salon III
Morning
MO-SP.1A: Antenna Design/Analysis based on
Stored Energy and Characteristic Modes
MO-SP.2A: Directive Antennas at THz and Optical
Frequencies
MO-UB.1A: Metamaterials: Theoretical Studies and
Novel Designs
MO-A1.1A: Microstrip Antennas I
Afternoon
MO-SP.1P: Multiscale Multiphysics Computational
Techniques and Applications
MO-SP.2P: Terahertz Antennas, Interconnects and
Systems
MO-A2.1P: Metamaterial-Inspired Antennas
MO-A3.1A: Domain
MO-A3.2A:
Decomposition Methods Hybrid Methods
for Integral Equations
in Computational
Electromagnetics
MO-UB.2A: Antenna Arrays I
MO-A3.1P: Accurate Discretizations of Integral
Equations
MO-A1.1P: Microstrip Antennas II
MO-UB.1P: Antenna
MO-A1.2P: Wideband
Arrays II
Phased Arrays
MO-A5.1A: MIMO Antenna Systems
MO-A5.1P: MIMO Implementations and System
Measurements
MO-A1.2A: Leaky-Wave Antennas
MO-A2.2P: Fabry-Perot Resonant Cavity Antennas I
MO-A2.1A: Metasurfaces for Antenna Applications MO-A2.3P: Advances in Metasurfaces
MO-A5.2A: Vehicular Antennas and Applications
MO-UJ.1P: Applications in MO-A2.3P:
Modern Radio Astronomy Electromagnetic
Education
MO-A1.3A: Dielectric Resonator Antennas
MO-A1.3P: mm-Wave Antennas
MO-A5.3A: Wireless Power Transfer Antennas
MO-A5.2P: Wireless Power Transfer Circuits and
Applications
MO-A4.1A: RadarMO-UC.1A: Emerging
MO-UC.1P: Advances in Radar and Localization
Based Imaging
Applications of Radar
Systems
Techniques and
and Sensing Systems
Applications
MO-A1.4A: Matching and Antenna Feeds
MO-A1.4P: Characteristic Modes and Stored
Energy
MO-A1.5A: Design and Applications of Multiband MO-UB.2P: Wideband MO-A1.5P: Compact
Antennas
and Multiband Antennas Multiband Antennas for
Wireless Devices
Interactive Forum
Location
Poster Area A
Poster Area B
Poster Area C
Poster Area D
Poster Area E
Poster Area F
Poster Area G
Poster Area H
Poster Area I
Afternoon
MOP-A1.1P: Electrically Small Antennas: Enhancement Considerations
MOP-A1.2P: Small Antennas for Applications
MOP-A1.3P: Broadband Antennas for MIMO Systems
MOP-A1.4P: Omnidirectional Brodband/Ultra-Wideband Antennas I
MOP-A1.5P: Omnidirectional Brodband/Ultra-Wideband Antennas II
MOP-A1.6P: Slot Based Broadband/Ultra-Wideband Antennas
MOP-A1.7P: Travelling Wave Ultra-wideband Antennas
MOP-A1.8P: Directional Ultra-wideband Antennas
MOP-A1.9P: Antennas for Ultra-wideband Applications
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Sessions at a Glance — Tuesday
Location
Grand Atlantic Salon I
Morning
TU-SP.1A: More than Wearables - Progress on Skin
Antennas and Sensors
Grand Atlantic Salon II
TU-SP.2A: 3D Printed Antennas
Grand Atlantic Salon III
TU-A2.1A: Design and Applications of
Metamaterials I
TU-A1.1A: Microstrip Antennas III
Grand Caribbean
Salon I-II
Grand Caribbean
Salon VII-VIII
Culebra
Vieques
Icaco
Palominito
Palmas
Ceiba
Siete Mares
Las Croabas
Grand Caribbean
Salon VI
Grand Caribbean
Salon III
TU-UB.1A: Integral-Equation Basis Functions and
Singularity Treatments
TU-A1.2A: Phased-Array TU-A1.3A: Wide-Angle
based on Patch Antennas Scanning Phased Arrays
TU-A5.1A: Antenna
TU-UE.1A: High-Power
Design for MIMO
Electromagnetics and
Applications
Effects on Systems
TU-A2.2A: FabryTU-A2.3A: FrequencyPerot Resonant Cavity
Selective Surfaces I
Antennas II
TU-A2.4A: Plasmonics and Nanoantennas
TU.A3-1A: Optimization Methods in EM Designs
Afternoon
TU-SP.1P: The History of AP-S: Significant
Achievements in Antenna Design, Analysis and
Education
TU-SP.2P: 4D Arrays as Enabling Technology for
Future Wireless Systems
TU-A2.1P: Design and Applications of
Metamaterials II
TU-A1.1P: Microstrip Antennas IV
TU-A3.1P: Advances in Integral Equation
Formulations
TU-A1.2P: Phased-Array Synthesis
TU-UB.1P: Wireless Communications, Sensors and
RFIDs
TU-UB.2P: Frequency Selective Surfaces II
TU-UB.3P: Nanoscale Electromagnetics
TU-A3.2P: Optimization TU-UK.1P: Human
Methods in EM Designs Body Interactions with
II
Antennas and Other EM
Devices
TU-A5.2A: Circularly-Polarized mm-Wave Antennas TU-A5.1P: Millimeter-Wave Beam Forming
TU-A5.3A: Energy Harvesting Antennas
TU-A5.2P: 3D and Inkjet Printed Antennas
TU-A3.2A: Multiphysics Techniques and Applications TU-UB.4P: Multiphysics and Multiscale Methods
and Computations
TU-A1.4A: Reconfigurable Antenna Arrays
TU-A1.3P: Frequency Reconfigurable Antennas
TU-UB.2A: Imaging and Inverse Scattering: From
Extremely Low Frequencies to Near Infrared
TU-A4.1P: Microwave Imaging and Inverse
Scattering Problems
Interactive Forum
Location
Poster Area A
Poster Area B
Poster Area C
Poster Area D
Poster Area E
Poster Area F
Poster Area G
Poster Area H
Poster Area I
Poster Area J
Afternoon
TUP-A1.1P: Antenna Theory I
TUP-A1.2P: Antenna Theory II
TUP-UB.1P: Propagation Phenomena and Effects
TUP-A2.1P: High-impedance and Artifcial Magnetic Surfaces for Antenna Applications
TUP-A1.1P: Advances in Complex Antenna Systems and Applications
TUP-A2.3P: Metamaterials for Microwave Applications: Lenses, Sensors and Guided-Wave Structures
TUP-A2.4P: Topics in Coupling and Interference
TUP-UB.2P: Active and Passive Antenna Matching
TUP-UB.3P: Antenna Theory and Design
TUP-A2.2P: Effective Medium Approaches: Theory and Experiment
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Sessions at a Glance — Wednesday
Location
Grand Atlantic Salon I
Morning
WE-SP.1A: Advances in Non-Diffractive Waves
Grand Atlantic Salon II
Grand Atlantic Salon III
Grand Caribbean
Salon I-II
Grand Caribbean
Salon VII-VIII
Culebra
Afternoon
WE-SP.1P: Computational Imaging at Microwave,
MMW and THz Frequencies
WE-SP.2A: Electromagnetics, RF and Microwaves in WE-SP.2P: Memorial Session for Prof. Paul E. Mayes
Medicine and Biology
WE-A2.1A: Advances in WE-UB.1A: Theory,
WE-A2.1P: Topics on Metamaterials and
Cloaking
Applications and
Metasurfaces
Phenomena of Complex
Media
WE-A1.1A: Microstrip Antenna Arrays
WE-A1.1P: Microstrip Antenna Circuits
Vieques
WE-UB.2A: Fast Direct and Iterative IntegralEquation Solvers
WE-A1.2A: Phased-Array limitations and design
considerations
WE-A5.1A: RFID Antenna Design and Applications
Icaco
Palominito
WE-A2.2A: Frequency-Selective Surfaces III
WE-A2.3A: Nanoelectromagnetics
Palmas
WE-A5.2A: Wearable
WE-A5.3A: Implantable
Technologies and OnSensors
Body Communications
WE-UB.3A: Millimeter and THz Antennas
WE-A1.3A: Milestones in Antennas and Propagation
WE-UB.4A: Preconditioners WE-UB.5A: Time-Domain
and Acceleration
IE and PDE Methods
Techniques
WE-UB.5A:
WE-A1.4A: Novel
Reconfigurable Antennas Materials for
and STAR Systems
Reconfigurable Antennas
WE-A4.1A: Compressed Sensing, Sparsity and
Frequency-Domain Approaches in Microwave
Imaging
Ceiba
Siete Mares
Las Croabas
Grand Caribbean
Salon VI
Grand Caribbean
Salon III
WE-A3.1P: Advances in Finite Element-Based
Methods
WE-A1.2P: Phased-Array Feeding Network
WE-A5.1P: RFID-based
WE-A5.2P: Wireless
Localization Techniques
RFID Sensors
WE-UB.1P: Scattering and Diffraction
WE-UD.1P: Nonlinear, Nonuniform and Artificial
Circuits and Materials
WE-A5.3P: Biomedical Applications of Antennas
WE-A5.4P: High Frequency Antennas and Devices
WE-A1.3P: Reflectarrays
WE-A1.4P: SIW structures
WE-A1.5P: Systems
WE-A1.6P: Pattern
and Applications of
Reconfigurable Antennas
Reconfigurable Antenna with Parasitic Elements
WE-A4.1P: Wave Propagation in Terrestrial,
Oceanic and Atmospheric Environments
Interactive Forum
Location
Poster Area A
Poster Area A
Poster Area B
Poster Area C
Poster Area D
Poster Area E
Poster Area F
Poster Area F
Poster Area G
Poster Area H
Poster Area I
Poster Area J
Afternoon
WEP-A4.4P: Novel Sensors and Sensing Methods
WEP-A3.3P: Parallel and Special-processor Based Numerical Methods
WEP-A3.1P: Finite Difference Methods
WEP-A4.3P: Advanced Remote Sensing and Radar Techniques and Applications
WEP-UA.3P: Measurement of Materials and Devices
WEP-A4.1P: Propagation in Various Environments
WEP-UA.1P: Analysis and Design of Novel Antennas
WEP-UA.2P: Antenna Feed Techniques
WEP-A3.2P: Techniques for Transient Simulations
THP-UF.1P: Models for Remote Sensing in Random and Complex Media
WEP-A4.2P: Scattering in Complex Media
THP-UF.4P: Remote Sensing Topics
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Sessions at a Glance — Thursday
Location
Grand Atlantic Salon I
Grand Atlantic Salon II
Grand Atlantic Salon III
Grand Caribbean
Salon I-II
Grand Caribbean
Salon VII-VIII
Culebra
Vieques
Icaco
Palominito
Morning
TH-SP.1A: Grand Challenges in Computational
Electromagnetics for the Next Decade
TH-SP.2A: Industrial Applications of Metamaterials
TH-UB.1A: Emerging Metasurfaces
TH-A1.1A: Slot Antennas TH-A1.2A: Slot Arrays
TH-A3.1A: Integral Equation Solvers for Advanced
Applications
TH-A1.3A: Waveguide and Horn Antenna Feeds
TH-UC.1A: Enabling
TH-UK.1A:
Technologies for
Electromagnetic Imaging
Communication and
and Sensing
Sensing
TH-A4.1A: Scattering,
TH-A5.1A: Near Field
Diffraction and RCS
Communication (NFC)
technology
TH-A1.4A: Reflector and Lens Antennas
Palmas
TH-A5.2A: Magnetic
Resonance Imaging
Ceiba
TH-A5.4A: MillimeterTH-A5.5A: High-gain
wave and THz Leaky
mm-Wave Antennas
Wave Antennas
TH-A1.5A: Reflectarray Design and Synthesis
Siete Mares
Las Croabas
Grand Caribbean
Salon VI
Grand Caribbean
Salon III
TH-A5.3A: Biomedical
Microwave Imaging
TH-UB.2A: Novel
Integral-Equation and
MoM Formulations
TH-A1.6A: Design
and Development of
Reconfigurable Antennas
Afternoon
TH-SP.1P: Novel Paradigms, Challenges and
Perspectives in Wave Scattering and Propagation
TH-SP.2P: CubeSat and Small Satellite Antennas
TH-UB.1P: Metasurfaces: TH-UB.2P: Analysis
and Design of Novel
Analysis and Design
Metamaterial-Based
Circuits
TH-A1.1P: Horn and Rod TH-A1.2P: Novel
Antennas
Aperture Antennas
TH-A3.1P: Fast and Stable Integral Equation Solvers
TH-A1.3P: Multiport, Array and Broadband Feeds
TH-UB.3P: Domain-Decomposition and
Discontinuous-Galerkin Methods
TH-A2.1P: Topics in Waveguides, Graded Index
Media and Scattering
TH-A1.4P: Reflector
Antennas
TH-UB.4P: Numerical
Modeling of Reflector
Antennas and
Reflectarrays
TH-A5.1P: Dosimetry for TH-UK.1P:
Electromagnetic Field
Electromagentics
Exposures
for Therapeutic and
Rehabilitative Applications
TH-A5.2P: Planar mm-Wave Antennas
TH-A5.3P: SoftwareTH-A1.5P: Power Dividers
defined and Cognitive
and Circulators
Radios
TH-UB.5P: Advances in FDTD Modeling and
Applications
TH-A3.2A: High
Frequency and
Asymptotic Methods
TH-A1.7A:
TH-A1.6P: Pattern and Polarization Reconfigurable
Reconfigurable Antennas Antennas
for Adaptive and Mobile
Systems
TH-A4.2A: Wave Propagation in Indoor Environment TH-A4.1P: Wave Propagation in Urban and Traffic
Environments
Interactive Forum
Location
Poster Area A
Poster Area B
Poster Area C
Poster Area D
Poster Area E
Poster Area F
Poster Area G
Poster Area H
Poster Area I
Afternoon
THP-A5.1P: Ultra Wideband Systems
THP-A1.1P: Adaptive, Active and Smart Antennas I
THP-A1.2P: Adaptive, Active and Smart Antennas II
THP-A5.2P: Novel Antennas for Mobile Devices
THP-A1.3P: Mutual Coupling in Antenna Arrays
THP-UF.2P: RF Propagation Supported by Numerical Weather Prediction Models
THP-UF.3P: RF Propagation Modeling
THP-UF.5P: Propagation Measurements
THP-UF.6P: RF Propagation in Complex and Urban Environments
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Registration
The on-site registration desk is located in The El Conquistador Resort on the first level, in the Grand Caribbean Foyer. The
registration desk may be reached by phone at 817-554-5378 during the regular operating hours shown below.
Registration will be open by the following schedule:
Sunday, June 26..................11:00–19:00
Monday, June 27................07:00–17:00 (Badge pick-up only: 17:00 – 20:00)
Tuesday, June 28.................07:00–17:00
Wednesday, June 29.........07:30–17:00
Thursday, June 30................07:30–17:00
Friday, July 1.........................07:30–17:00
Devotions
The Violeta Room on the Mirador Level will be available for devotions from 07:00–08:00 on Monday, June 27 through
Friday, July 1.
Speaker Preparation Room
The Orquidea Room on the Mirador Level is the speaker preparation room and is available from 07:00–17:00 daily
Sunday, June 26 through Friday, July 1. The room contains a computer identical to those used in the presentation rooms. The
Speakers may use this room and equipment to test presentations prior to the scheduled presentation.
Internet Access
Wireless internet access (WiFi) is provided to all participants, in the symposium area only.
Attendees can connect to IEEE 2016. The access password is APSURSI2016.
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Meeting and Event Schedule
Monday, June 27
07:00 –08:00 APS Transactions Editors’ Breakfast................................................................................. Magnolia Ballroom
17:00 –18:00 URSI Commission B..............................................................................................Grand Caribbean Salons III
17:00 –18:00 URSI Commission C.............................................................................................. Grand Caribbean Salon VI
17:00 –18:00 URSI Commission F.............................................................................................Grand Caribbean Salon I/II
18:30 –20:30 Welcome Reception..................................................................................................................El Conquistador
Tuesday, June 28
07:00 –08:00 Magazine Staff Breakfast................................................................................................. Magnolia Ballroom
07:00 –08:00 APS 2017 Committee Breakfast.....................................................................................Las Brisas Restaurant
07:00 –08:00 Amateur Radio Breakfast Meeting.................................................................................................. Poinsettia A
08:00 –08:30 Student Design Competition (Set Up—Closed to others)........................... Grand Caribbean Foyer East
08:30 –09:40 Student Design Competition (Demo for Judges—Closed to others)........ Grand Caribbean Foyer East
09:40 –12:00 Student Design Competition (Demo for public)........................................... Grand Caribbean Foyer East
12:00 –13:00 Student Design Competition (Luncheon for judges and teams)............................................... Poinsettia A
12:00 –13:00 Student Paper Judges Committee Private Meeting.........................................................................Gardenia
12:00 –13:20 Reviewers’ Lunch.............................................................................................................Pablo Casals Ballroom
12:00 –14:00 APS Propagation Standards Committee........................................................................ Magnolia Ballroom
13:00 –17:00 Student Design Competition (Demo for public)........................................... Grand Caribbean Foyer East
16:00 –17:00 Future Symposia Meeting.................................................................................................. Magnolia Ballroom
17:00 –18:00 URSI Commission A.............................................................................................. Grand Caribbean Salon III
17:00 –18:00 URSI Commission E.............................................................................................Grand Caribbean Salon I/II
17:00 –18:00 URSI Commission K............................................................................................... Grand Caribbean Salon VI
18:30 –21:30 Young Professionals’ Beach Barbecue...................................................................................Palomino Island
Wednesday, June 29
12:00 –13:00 Women in Engineering Lunch and Speaker....................................................................Poinsettia Ballroom
12:00 –13:20 AWPL Editors Lunch............................................................................................................. Magnolia Ballroom
17:30 –18:45 Awards Presentation...................................................................................................... Grand Atlantic Salon II
18:45 –21:45 Celebratory Banquet..................................................................................................... Grand Atlantic Salon I
Thursday, June 30
09:00 –10:00 AP History Committee......................................................................................................... Magnolia Ballroom
11:30 –13:00 APS Fellows Committee Lunch.............................................................................................................Gardenia
12:00 –13:00 Education Committee Lunch.............................................................................................. Magnolia Ballroom
12:00 –13:00 IEEE Press Liaison Lunch..............................................................................................................................Violeta
12:00 –13:30 Chapter Chairs Luncheon....................................................................................................Poinsettia Ballroom
18:00 –21:00 MGA Committee & Future Directions Dinner Meeting............................................... Magnolia Ballroom
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Short Courses
Quarter Day (Afternoon)
SC-Q1: Antenna Design with Characteristic Modes
By: Buon Kiong Lau (Vince) & Zachary Miers
Wednesday, June 29, 13:00 - 15:00
Location: Poinsettia C
The field of antenna design has been evolving since the early days
of wireless communications. In the past, antenna engineering relied
on customizing existing antenna structures to meet requirements,
and in the process acquire experience and intuition to propose
new structures that further expand the library of proven antenna
designs. Although spectacular advancements in computational
electromagnetics and computational power over the past decade
have help to shorten the design cycle, the heavy use of numerical
optimization tools also tends to diminish the important roles of
creativity, insights, and experience in synthesizing new antenna
structures.
In this context, the Theory of Characteristic Modes (TCM)
perfectly interconnects modern computational electromagnetics
with the creativity, insights, and experience of traditional antenna
engineering. By extracting the inherent radiation properties of a
structure, TCM allows for optimal antennas to be designed in a
manner which is faster and superior to current complex antenna
optimization algorithms. TCM performs analysis on an arbitrary
structure by solving a generalized eigenvalue equation derived
from the Method of Moments (MoM) impedance matrix. This
equation results in all the unique sets of currents (characteristic
currents) and resonant characteristics (eigenvalues) of which the
structure supports. These characteristic attributes can then be
analyzed to design optimal antennas which meet a specific set of
performance goals. These attributes allow new antenna engineers
with little prior experience to follow a systematic, and intelligent
design approach, rather than a relying on optimization algorithms
or traditional brute force methods. The characteristic modes of a
structure not only facilitate insights into the resonant frequencies of
a structure and where to feed these resonances, but also how to
adapt a structure to support new resonances at a predetermined
frequency, or combine multiple resonances to support wider band
operation.
This short course will illustrate how to use characteristic modes to
design many standard and complex antenna structures, showing
how insights can be derived and common antenna knowledge can
be used to design applications specific antennas. The attendees
of this course will not only receive a basic overview of how to use
TCM in many commercial EM suites (FEKO, CST), but will also
receive Matlab scripts so that the attendees can utilize CMs after
the completion of this course if they do not have access to any of
these commercial software suites.
SC-Q2: Mindfulness Practices for Engineers and Scientists
By: Keith W. Whites
Wednesday, June 29, 15:00 - 17:00
Location: Poinsettia C
Mindfulness practices have been shown scientifically to support
improved concentration, help with handling stress, and increase
personal happiness, among other benefits. Major companies
such as Google, Microsoft, Ford Motor Company, Twitter, Nike,
Pixar, and dozens more are finding that mindfulness programs
in their companies are enhancing employee focus, clarity, and
performance. In this short course, practical mindfulness practices
especially geared towards engineers and scientists will be
introduced that can be used virtually anywhere: from the hustle
and bustle of the workplace to the quiet of your home. No previous
mindfulness or meditation experience is expected or needed.
Half Day (Morning)
SC-H10: Ultra-broadband Terahertz Communications
By: Josep Miquel Jornet
Friday, July 1, 08:00 - 12:00
Location: Vieques B
Wireless data traffic has grown exponentially in recent years due to
a change in the way today’s society creates, shares and consumes
information. This change has been accompanied by an increasing
demand for higher speed wireless communications, anywhere,
anytime. Wireless Terabit-persecond (Tbps) links are expected to
become a reality within the next ten years. In this context, Terahertz
(THz)-band (0.1-10 THz) communication is envisioned as a key
wireless technology of the next decade. The THz band will help
overcome the spectrum scarcity problems and capacity limitations
of current wireless networks, by providing an unprecedentedly
large bandwidth. In addition, THz-band communication will
enable a plethora of long-awaited applications, both at the nanoscale and at the macro-scale, ranging from wireless massive-core
computing architectures and instantaneous data transfer among
non-invasive nano-devices, to ultra-high-definition content streaming
among mobile devices and wireless high-bandwidth secure
communications.
In this course, an in-depth view of THz-band communications will
be provided. First, the state of the art and open challenges in the
design and development of THz-band devices will be presented.
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In particular, the limitations and possible solutions in the design
of high-speed THz-band transceivers, broadband antennas and
dynamic antenna arrays will be described. A special emphasis will
be given to the utilization of novel materials, such as graphene, to
develop compact solid-state devices for THz communications. Then,
the current progress and open research directions in terms of THzband channel modeling will be presented. The main phenomena
affecting the propagation of THz signals will be explained and
their impact on the channel capacity will be assessed. Finally,
new modulation techniques tailored to the THz-band channel as
well as novel transmissions schemes such as ultra-massive multipleinput multiple-output will be presented. This course will provide
the audience with the necessary knowledge to work in a cuttingedge research field, at the intersection of nanotechnologies,
antennas and propagation, and information and communication
technologies.
SC-H11: Ultra Wideband Phased Arrays and Transceivers
By: John L. Volakis
Friday, July 1, 08:00 - 12:00
Location: Icaco A
Wide band antennas and arrays are essential for high resolution
imaging, cognitive sensing, high data rate communication links,
multi-waveform, and multi-function frontends for holistic spectrum
utilization and secure communications. With wireless data traffic
expected to grow more than 40% annually in the foreseeable
future, wideband RF front ends will be play an essential role in
the years to come. However, there is a longstanding difficulty in
realizing small and conformal aperture version of these arrays. But
recent miniaturization techniques, bandwidth enhancements and
establishment of theoretical limits, feed technology, digital beam
forming transceivers and post-processing algorithms have led to a
new class of conformal antennas and tight-coupled arrays that can
operate from UHF to millimeter wave frequencies. This short course
will cover RF front-ends from the array aperture to transceivers and
digital processors to realize ultra wide band communications with
channel coding for spread spectrum communications. The course
will cover: 1) theory and realization of ultra wideband conformal
arrays with as much as 14:1 bandwidths, 2) theoretical bandwidth
limits versus array thickness, 3) ultra wideband balanced feeds,
3) material and superstrates for optimal array design, 4) beam
forming techniques at near grazing angles, 5) reconfiguration
methods for bandwidth rejection and passband control, 6) low
power and low cost digital beam formers via on-site coding, and
7) reduced hardware back-ends.
•Fundamental Limits and Design Guidelines for Ultra-Wideband
Antennas
•Array Miniaturization via Slow Waves
•Fundamental Bandwidth Limits for Metal-Backed Conformal
Apertures
•Review of Ultra Wideband Array Literature
•Tightly Coupled Arrays: Operation and Realization for UHF to
Millimeter Frequencies
•Ultra Wideband Balanced Feeds and Impedance Matching
Across Large Bandwidths
•Substrates, Superstrates and Frequency Selective Surface
Additions for Beamforming and bandwidth enhancements.
•Balun Feed Geometrical Reconfiguration for Array Bandwidth
Control
•On-Site Coding Transceivers for Reduced Hardware and
Reduced Power Digital Beamforming
•Error Evaluation of On-Site Coding from the Analog Front-End
to the Digital Back-Ends.
•Hardware Demonstration Examples
•Future directions and application needs.
SC-H13: Reflectarray Antennas: Theory, Designs, and Applications
By: Payam Nayeri, Fan Yang, Atef Z. Elsherbeni
Friday, July 1, 08:00 - 12:00
Location: Icaco B
In recent years, reflectarrays have emerged as the new generation
of high-gain antennas which have attracted an increasing interest
in the antenna/electromagnetic community because of their lowprofile, low-mass, and low-cost features. The reflectarray antenna
is a hybrid design, which combines the many favorable features of
reflectors and printed arrays, and offers many notable advantages
over these two classic high-gain antennas. The aim of this short
course is to present a comprehensive overview of reflectarray
system design and state-of-the-art technology. This short course will
enable attendees to understand the basics of reflectarray systems,
become familiar with reflectarray design, analysis techniques,
and enabling technologies, and correctly apply this knowledge
to designing reflectarrays for diversified applications. Based on
the authors’ forthcoming book on reflectarray antennas, this short
course is available in a half-day format (4 hours) presenting nearly
200 slides.
SC-H7: Natural and Metamaterial Tilted-beam Antennas
By: Hisamatsu Nakano
Friday, July 1, 08:00 - 12:00
Location: Culebra A
Techniques for realizing tilted-beam antennas for modern wireless
communications systems have been receiving considerable
attention. This short course presents recent progress in natural tiltedbeam antennas and metamaterial tilted-beam antennas, and is
composed of three chapters. Chapter 1 describes the definition of
natural and metamaterial antennas. Subsequently, the fundamental
concepts behind realizing a tilted beam are explained. Chapter
2 summarizes the analysis methods for tilted-beam antennas.
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Chapter 3 presents representative tilted-beam antennas, including
(1) inverted F antennas with an electromagnetic-band-gap (EBG)
reflector, (2) a reconfigurable bent two-leaf (BeToL) antenna and
a reconfigurable four-leaf (BeFoL) antenna, (3) an eight-beam
reconfigurable antenna composed of a fed patch and parasitic
T elements, (4) a patch antenna with Fabry-Perot resonant plates
for single and double tilted beams, (5) metaline antennas, (6)
metaspiral antennas, (7) an external-excitation spiral antenna, (8)
a cavity-fed spiral array antenna and a cavity-fed helical array
antenna, both with extremely high aperture efficiency, and (9)
C-loop grid array antennas. Note that antennas (1) through (4)
are linearly polarized, and antennas (5) and (9) are circularlypolarized, with all antennas having a small antenna height above
the ground plane (low-profile structure).
SC-H8: Computational Techniques for Antenna Placement and RCS
By: Martin Vogel
Friday, July 1, 08:00 - 12:00
Location: Culebra B
This course will present an overview of simulation methods that can
be used to analyze antenna placement on, and radar cross section
of, a large platform, such as a ship, a vehicle or an aircraft. The
techniques will include rigorous, asymptotic and hybrid methods.
For a couple of practical examples of antenna placement on and
Radar Cross Section of a Navy ship, the frequency will be varied
over a wide range, and you will learn which methods are to be
preferred when and why.
An additional example will involve the challenging problem of RCS
analysis of an aircraft with engine inlets that include fans.
Finally, the technique of pinpointing scattering centers with Inverse
Synthetic Aperture Radar (ISAR) simulation will be presented with
another practical example, a tank.
SC-H9: Small Printed Antennas
By: Albert Sabban
Friday, July 1, 08:00 - 12:00
Location: Vieques A
Communication, medical and cellular industry is in continuous
growth in the last few years. Low profile compact antennas are
crucial in the development of wearable human systems. Several
Low Visibility antennas will be presented in the course. Design
considerations, computational results and measured results on the
human body of several compact wideband printed antennas with
high efficiency will be presented in the course.
Course Topics:
•Small Printed wearable antennas
•Meta materials antennas
•New Fractal small antennas
•Antennas S11 Variation as Function of Distance from Body
•Small Tunable Antennas
•Fractal Antennas
•Applications
Requirements from small Antennas
Low profile, flexible, light weight, small volume and low
production cost, robustness.
Applications of Wearable Antennas
•Medical
•WLAN
•HIPER LAN, GPS
Half Day (Afternoon)
SC-H1: Multibeam Antennas and Beamforming Networks
By: Giovanni Toso, Piero Angeletti
Thursday, June 30, 13:00 - 17:00
Location: Flamboyan B
The objective of this course consists in presenting the state of the art
and the on-going developments in Multi-Beam Antennas (MBAs)
and Beam-Forming Networks (BFNs). MBAs find application in
several fields including communications, remote sensing (e.g.
radars, radiometers, etc.), electronic surveillance and defense
systems, science (e.g. multibeam radio telescopes), RF navigation
systems, etc. The BFN plays an essential role in any antenna
system relaying on a set of radiating elements to generate a beam.
The course will cover both theoretical and practical aspects for the
following topics:
•Overview of system requirements
•Multibeam Antennas
•Linear and Planar Direct Radiating Arrays (based on Periodic or
Aperiodic lattices)
•Reflector-based architectures (Single-Feed-per-Beam, MultipleFeed-per- Beam)
•Lens-based architectures (free space and constrained)
•Beamforming Networks
•Analogue BFNs (Corporate, Blass, Nolen, Butler matrices)
•Digital BFNs
•RF Technology for Active Components
•Low Noise Amplifiers (LNAs, High Power Amplifiers (HPAs),
T/R Modules, etc.
•Overview of some Operational Multibeam Antennas/BFNs
•MBAs for spaceborne Narrowband and Broadband Satellite
Communication Systems
•MBAs for Wireless Communications
•On-going European Developments
•Current Design and Technological Challenges
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SC-H3: Timed arrays
By: Randy Haupt
Thursday, June 30, 13:00 - 17:00
Location: Boardroom 1
The term “phased array” implies a narrow band approach due to
the term “phased”. Thus, this short course title replaces “phased”
with “timed” and concentrates on arrays designed for wide
instantaneous bandwidth. Phase shifters produce beam squint and
time domain dispersion for wideband signals. This short course
explains a variety of issues related to antenna arrays in the time
domain. Material for the course is based on the book Timed Arrays
by Randy L. Haupt, Wiley-IEEE Press, 2015.
SC-H6: Wearable Antennas
By: Albert Sabban
Thursday, June 30, 13:00 - 17:00
Location: Flamboyan A
Communication, medical and cellular industry is in continuous
growth in the last few years. Low profile compact antennas are
crucial in the development of Wearable human systems. Several
wearable antennas will be presented in the course. Design
considerations, computational results and measured results on the
human body of several compact wideband printed antennas with
high efficiency will be presented in the course.
Course Topics:
•Microstrip wearable antennas
•Loop wearable antennas
•Helix wearable antennas
•Antennas S11 Variation as Function of Distance from Body
•Tunable antennas
•Applications of wearable antennas
SC-H14: Metamaterial Cloaking in Antenna Systems
By: Filiberto Bilotti
Friday, July 1, 13:00 - 17:00
Location: Culebra A
The course aims at giving the basic principles of cloaking and
electromagnetic invisibility. The main differences between cloaking
and other common techniques used in microwave and radar
technologies and based on radar absorbing materials and structure
shaping (i.e. stealth aircrafts) are first remarked and carefully
addressed. Then, the course will briefly present the main techniques
recently presented in the literature to achieve electromagnetic
invisibility: transformation electromagnetics, scattering cancellation,
transmission-line cloaks, corrugated surfaces, etc. Proper figures of
merit to describe the effectiveness of an invisibility cloak will be
presented and discussed. A comprehensive comparison of the
main cloaking techniques will be presented in order to show what
is the best cloaking approach, depending on the application and
the requested performances. The scattering cancellation approach
to cloaking will be presented with further details and two typical
implementations (i.e. plasmonic cloaks and mantle cloaks) will
be discussed. Finally, possible applications of the scattering
cancellation approach in antenna systems will be presented
and discussed with the help of several examples (e.g. cloaking
a metallic rod, reducing antenna blockage, cloaking a sensor,
cloaking a halfwave dipole, reducing the mutual coupling and the
mutual blockage effect between two antennas, etc.)
The course is intended to be application-oriented. Therefore, most
of the lengthy analytical formulation will only be summarized and
properly replaced by the presentation and discussion of the basic
physical concepts behind the operation of the cloaking devices.
Course chapters
•Definition and general concepts
•Comparison between electromagnetic invisibility and other lowobservability techniques
•Brief summary of the main techniques used to achieve
electromagnetic invisibility
•Figures of merit to describe the effectiveness of a cloaking
device
•Critical comparison among the different approaches to
cloaking
•Scattering cancellation: principles and design techniques
•Scattering cancellation based on volumetric metamaterials
(plasmonic cloaking)
•Scattering cancellation based on metasurfaces (mantle
cloaking)
•Applications: cloaking passive objects (metallic or dielectric
rods and general obstacles)
•Applications: cloaking objects with some functionalities
(sensors, antennas)
•Applications: cloaking receiving antennas
•Applications: mutual cloaking of closely packed antennas
SC-H2: Surface EM in Antenna Engineering: From EBG to meta-surface and beyond
By: Yahya Rahmat-Samii, Fan Yang
Friday, July 1, 13:00 - 17:00
Location: Culebra B
From frequency selective surfaces (FSS) to electromagnetic
band-gap (EBG) ground planes, from impedance boundaries
to Huygens meta-surfaces, novel electromagnetic surfaces have
been emerging in both microwaves and optics. Many intriguing
phenomena occur on these surfaces, and novel devices and
applications have been proposed accordingly, which have created
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an exciting paradigm in electromagnetics, so called “surface
electromagnetics”. This short course will review the development of
electromagnetic surfaces, as well as the state-of-the art concepts
and designs. Detailed presentations will be provided on the unique
electromagnetic features of EBG ground planes and advanced
digital surfaces. Furthermore, a wealth of antenna examples will
be presented to illustrate promising applications of the surface
electromagnetics in antenna engineering.
Full Day
SC-F1: Base Station Antennas for Mobile Communications
By: Claes Beckman
Friday, July 1, 08:00 - 17:00
Location: Grand Caribbean Salon I
This tutorial gives the participants a general overview of the
application, implementation and design of current and future base
station antennas for mobile communications from analog to 5G. It
is aimed at microwave, RF- and antenna engineers in the wireless
area, but also useful for researchers looking for relevant research
topics and system engineers needing a deeper understanding
of the antenna component of their system. The course explains
underlying theoretical and practical implementation aspects of
base station antennas in mobile communication networks of today
and the future.
The course is divided into four main parts:
•System aspects,
•BTS antenna design
•Diversity and MIMO concepts.
•The implementation of multiple antennas in 3GPP
In the first part the fundamental parameters of a base station
antenna are discussed in the context of radio network design. In
particular we discuss parameters such as gain, radiation patterns,
frequency bands and power handling and put them in the context
of cell planning, propagation and capacity. In the second part
a general overview of base station antenna design is given. In
particular the design aspects of radiators, feed networks and
reflectors are discussed. Furthermore, a general discussion of array
synthesis for base station antennas is given.
In the third part of the course we give an overview of the underlying
theory of diversity and MIMO systems. In particular we discuss the
requirements that these systems put on the base station antennas
in order to be able to deliver the data rates expected from LTE
and future 5G system. In the final part we then in detail look at the
details of the implementation of multiple antennas in the various
releases of the 3GPP standard. In particular we discuss the precoding matrix and how it is mapped on the various transmission
modes. In conclusion we also discuss the various multiple antenna
and massive MIMO concepts that has been developed within
the European project METIS, which is supposed to lay out the
foundations for the 5G standard to be deployed in around the
year 2020.
SC-F2: Advanced Preconditioning Techniques for Computational EM
By: Francesco P. Andriulli, Eric Michielssen
Friday, July 1, 08:00 - 17:00
Location: Grand Caribbean Salon II
This course reviews the state of the art in effective preconditioning
techniques for integral equations pertinent to the analysis of
electromagnetic boundary value problems. The techniques
covered permit the construction of rapidly convergent iterative
solvers for electric and combined field integral equations and
as such are a perfect complement to fast multipole and related
accelerators. Applications of these techniques range from antenna
analysis to the characterization of microwave devices and circuits,
the analysis of electromagnetic compatibility phenomena, and the
synthesis of metamaterials. The course will cover theoretical and
practical issues related to the development and implementation of
several preconditioners, including those that derive from Calderon
identities. Moreover, the course will detail the incorporation of
the presented techniques into integral equation codes and their
interaction with fast matrix-vector multiplication schemes.
SC-F3: Reflector Antenna Design and Analysis
By: Peter Meincke
Friday, July 1, 08:00 - 17:00
Location: Grand Caribbean Salon III
The course gives an introduction to the design and analysis of
single and dual reflector antennas, center-fed as well as offset.
After a review of the analysis methods commonly employed for
space- and Earth-station reflector antennas, the basic design
principles are presented. First, single and dual spot-beam antennas
are considered with the relation between size, feed illumination,
directivity, and sidelobe level. Second, the influence of blockage by
struts, subreflector, and feed is discussed. Third, the origin of cross
polarization in offset designs is addressed and it is shown how to
improve the polarization characteristics in dual reflector systems
by employing the Mizuguchi compensation principle. Hands-on
experience in reflector antenna design is obtained during the
course by using the software package GRASP (participants must
bring their own laptop).
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Social Events
Old San Juan “At Your Leisure” Shuttles
APS 2016 is offering to each attendee the opportunity to
visit Old San Juan. Motorcoach shuttles will depart from
the El Conquistador and drop off at Plaza Colon, a central
location for tourism arrivals and departures. There will be one
departure each day (09:00) and one return (14:45). Tourist
information will be available in your conference kits to help
guide you through your visits to Old San Juan.
Date: Monday, June 27 and Wednesday, June 29
Time: 09:00 departure from the El Conquistador –
10:15 arrival in Old San Juan
14:45 departure from Old San Juan – 16:00
arrival at the El Conquistador
Fee:
Complimentary, but advance registration is
required. One per registered attendee. Please
select which day you would like to visit Old San
Juan. On-site date selection will be limited.
Reviewers’ Lunch
The Reviewers’ Lunch is open to all reviewers of the last year
for the APS Transactions and Journals.
Date: Tuesday, June 28
Time: 12:00 – 13:20
Location:Pablo Casals Ballroom, Mirador Level, El
Conquistador
Fee:
Complimentary for all registered attendees who
participated in the APS Transactions and Journals
review process during the last year. Advance
registration is required.
Dine-Around Transfers to Old San Juan and
Fajardo
The best San Juan restaurants can rival anything in London,
Paris and New York. In fact, many of the island’s top chefs
cut their teeth in Manhattan before branching out to what
some call New York’s sixth borough. Two of the best areas
for dining opportunities on the island are in Old San Juan and
the local areas of Fajardo. You’ll be able to seek out the best
Puerto Rican food, “comida criolla,” traditional dishes that are
a blend of Spanish, Caribbean and West Indian flavors and
ingredients. Click here to reach the “Dine-Around” tab for your
options in either neighborhood. Attendees are responsible
for making their own restaurant reservations. Webpage links
and phone numbers are provided for ease of arrangements.
Date: Tuesday, June 28 or Thursday, June 30
Time: Dinner transportation will operate as follows for
each evening:
Old San Juan Route:
16:30 1st Departure El Con → OSJ (18:00 reservations)
17:30 2nd DepartureEl Con → OSJ (19:00 reservations)
18:00 3rd Departure El Con → OSJ (19:30 reservations)
18:30 4th Departure El Con → OSJ (20:00 reservations)
20:00 1st Return
OSJ → El Con
21:00 2nd Return
OSJ → El Con
22:00 3rd Return
OSJ → El Con
23:00 4th Return
OSJ → El Con
All guests returned to El Con by 00:15
Welcome Reception at the El Conquistador
Spectacular resort and ocean views, cool beverages,
sumptuous island cuisine and music on multiple levels of
terraces and pool decks. You’ll find all of this and more,
when you join your colleagues and friends for the APS 2016
Welcome Reception.
Date: Monday, June 27
Time: Doors open at 18:30. Please note that this is a
cocktail reception, with multiple food stations.
Drink tickets will be provided.
Fee:
Complimentary for AP-S/URSI 2016 registered
attendees and their guests. Delegates must
indicate attendance during registration in order
to receive their tickets for this event.
Amateur Radio Breakfast Meeting
In recognition of the role of amateur radio in the development
of wireless technology, AP-S/URSI 2016 has made room to
print amateur radio call signs on attendees’ badges. The
Amateur Radio Breakfast Meeting is open to all conference
participants who hold an amateur radio call sign, but preregistration is required. The intent of the gathering is to gather
support for the AP-S student, outreach and educational
initiatives involving amateur radio.
Date: Tuesday, June 28
Time: 07:00 – 08:00
Location:Magnolia Ballroom, Mirador Level, El
Conquistador
Fee:
Complimentary, but advance registration is
required. An amateur radio license is also
required for attendance.
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Fajardo “Loop” (for restaurants within 10-15
minutes of the resort):
One Minibus dedicated to each restaurant, providing
service to/from the restaurant/resort approximately
every 30 minutes.
17:30
Shuttle departures begin directly to
restaurants, departures every 30 minutes
17:30–23:00 Continuous loop service between the hotel
main entrance to local restaurants
23:00
Last departures from restaurants
23:30
All guests returned to El Con
Location:Old San Juan and Fajardo – shuttles are
available both nights to both locations.
Fee:
Dine-Around shuttles are sponsored by the
symposium. Attendees are responsible for all
dinner charges.
Awards Presentation
Please join the Antennas and Propagation Society’s Awards
Committee, as they honor the distinguished accomplishments
of the society’s professional community, including recognition
of the 2016 IEEE AP-S Fellows. NOTE the new format, as the
awards will be presented during a special evening session, to
be followed by the celebratory banquet, which is a ticketed
event. The Awards Presentation is open to all conference
registrants and their guests.
Date: Wednesday, June 29
Time: 17:30 – 18:45
Location:Grand Atlantic Salon II
Fee:
There is no fee to attend the Awards Presentation,
but advance registration is required. If you wish
to join the awards recipients during this event,
please register to attend.
Young Professionals’ Beach Barbecue on
Palomino Island
The Young Professionals’ Reception is open to all Graduates
of the Last Decade (GOLD). Enjoy all the great beach-side
activities on the island – beach games (volleyball, ping pong
or soccer), live music, and a barbecue buffet dinner.
Date: Tuesday, June 28
Time: This event begins at 18:30, however, please note
that you will need to take the Water Taxi from the
Marina at the El Conquistador in order to get to
the event on Palomino Island. Please meet at the
Marina beginning at 18:00. The final transfer
schedule will be posted at the Registration Desk.
Location:Palomino Island, the El Conquistador’s private
beach venue
Fee:
Advance registration is required. $15.00 for
GOLD attendees; $25.00 for advisors.
Celebratory Banquet
This evening’s Celebratory Banquet will take place at The El
Conquistador in the Pablo Casals Ballroom, and it is open
to all conference registrants and their guests, but requires a
separate ticket purchase. A three-course plated dinner will be
served.
Date: Wednesday, June 29
Time: Doors open for dinner at 18:45
Location:Grand Atlantic Salon I
Fee:
$50 (Advance Rate): $75 (On-Site Rate —
Limited Availability)
Women in Engineering Lunch and Speaker
The APS WIE take their symposium event in a new direction
this year by offering a special luncheon and featured speaker,
Dr. Mona Jaharri. This event is open to all conference
participants, but pre-registration is required. The scopes of
interest of the WIE include increasing the participation of
women within IEEE, gathering and disseminating information
regarding the status of women, and initiatives for, by and on
behalf of women in engineering and science.
Date: Wednesday, June 29
Time: 12:00 – 13:20
Location:Pablo Casals Ballroom, Mirador Level, El
Conquistador
Fee:
Advance registration is required, and there is a
$20.00 fee for the three-course, plated lunch. As
you register, please indicate choice of entrée –
chicken or vegetarian.
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Companion Program
Join Hospitality Chairwomen, Judy Long, Sue Stone and Joanne Wilton in the Companion Suite at the El Conquistador, where
a complimentary light continental breakfast will be served beginning at 08:00 for registered companions Monday–Friday,
June 27–July 1.
Old San Juan “At Your Leisure” Shuttles
As noted in the Social Program information, registered
companions, too, will have an opportunity to select a
roundtrip transfer into Old San Juan for sightseeing, lunch,
shopping…or all three! Please plan to include an excursion
“into town” to take advantage of this “melting pot of cultures,”
including those of the Caribbean, Spain, Africa and North
America. Puerto Rico’s unique heritage is evident in its food,
music, language, architecture and arts & crafts.
Please note that the return to the hotel leaves plenty of time to
prepare for the Welcome Reception on Monday evening, as
well as the Awards Presentation or Celebratory Banquet on
Wednesday evening (if you have selected to attend either or
both of those events).
For more information on visiting Old San Juan, please visit
these recommended websites:
http://www.seepuertorico.com/
http://gopuertorico.about.com/od/oldsanjuan/tp/
Top-10-Things-To-Do-In-Old-San-Juan.htm
And for more history... http://welcome.topuertorico.org/
Date: Monday, June 27 and Wednesday, June 29
Time: 09:00 departure from the El Conquistador —
10:15 arrival in Old San Juan
14:45 departure from Old San Juan — 16:00
arrival at the El Conquistador
Fee:
Complimentary, but advance registration is
required. One per registered attendee. Please
select which day you would like to visit Old San
Juan. Onsite date selection will be limited.
Excursion to Las Cabezas de San Juan Nature
Reserve and Lighthouse Tour
Acquired by the Island’s Conservation Trust, its coral reefs,
beaches, lagoons, mangroves and dry forest distinguish the
peninsula. Explore the peninsula along a network of trails
and boardwalks, study exhibits at a nature center, and enjoy
the view from the lighthouse observation deck.
The lighthouse, a neo-classic structure dating back to 1882,
includes a richly decorated cast-iron stairway leading to the
stone central lantern.
Date: Thursday, June 30
Time: Meet in hotel lobby at 13:15 for a 13:30
departure.
Hotel return: 16:00.
Fee:$55.00
Recommended attire: good walking shoes, hats, sunscreen
and sunglasses.
Minimum age: 8 years and up (under 18, must be
accompanied by an adult.)
Minimum attendance: 8 persons
Catamaran Sail and Snorkel with Buffet Lunch
Set sail aboard a catamaran for a delightful day in the
Caribbean waters and discover the island’s abundant living
coral reefs. If you’ve never snorkeled before, here’s your
opportunity to learn the sport in a fun and relaxing setting.
Brightly colored tropical fish dart in and out of the coral reefs,
while schools of shimmering silver fish move in near-perfect
unison. An unforgettable experience!
Date: Tuesday, June 28
Time: Meet at hotel marina 08:45; sailing begins
09:00. Approximate return to hotel 13:00.
Fee:
$96.50 (including the snorkel and sail staff,
equipment and guide, lunch buffet, open bar
featuring piña coladas, rum punch, sodas, iced
tea and juices)
Recommended attire: swimwear, water socks/shoes,
t-shirt, sun block, hat, shorts or other beachwear,
towel, sunglasses. Attendees under 18 must be
accompanied by an adult.
Minimum attendance: 35 persons
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Awards and Society Recognition
2016 IEEE Awards
2016 Ieee Electromagnetics Award
Giorgio Franceschetti
For leadership in the academic world, teaching,
research, and scientific activities in advanced
electromagnetics
Antennas and Propagation Society 2016 Field Awards
Distinguished Achievement Award
Hisamatsu Nakano
For in-depth electromagnetic analyses of antennas
and for innovative antenna designs and their novel
realizations for modern communication systems
Chen-To Tai Distinguished Educator Award
Stefano Maci
For extraordinary impact in high-level education in
the Antennas and Propagation community through
the European School of Antennas
John Kraus Antenna Award
Yahya Rahmat-Samii
For significant contributions in advancing the analysis,
design and measurement of modern reflector
antennas for ground and space applications
Lot Shafai Mid-Career Distinguished Achievement
Award
Mojgan Daneshmand
For pioneering contribution to microwave-to-millimeterwave microsystem-based antenna and microwave
technologies for Communication and Sensing, and
being a role model for women in Engineering
Harrington-Mittra Award in Computational
Electromagnetics
Jin-Fa Lee
For introducing innovative numerical methods to
solve practical radiation and scattering problems in
electromagnetics
Antennas and Propagation Society 2016 Paper Awards
Sergei A. Schelkunoff Transactions Prize Paper Award
Gabriele Minatti, Marco Faenzi, Enrica Martini,
Francesco Caminita, Paolo De Vita, David
González-Ovejero, Marco Sabbadini, and
Stefano Maci
R. W. P. King Paper Award
Lei Guo and Amin M. Abbosh
“Optimization-Based Confocal Microwave Imaging in Medical
Applications,” Transactions on Antennas and Propagation, Vol. 63,
No. 8, August 2015, pages 3531-3539, August 2015
Piergiorgio L. E. Uslenghi Letters Prize Paper Award
Mathew W. Lukacs, Angela J. Zeqollari, Peter J.
Collins, and Michael A. Temple
“Modulated Metasurface Antennas for Space: Synthesis, Analysis
and Realizations,” IEEE Transactions on Antennas and Propagation,
Vol. 63, No. 4, pages 1288-1300, April 2015
Harold A. Wheeler Applications Prize Paper Award
Matthew A. Morgan and Tod A. Boyd
“RF-DNA Fingerprinting for Antenna Classification,” IEEE Antennas
and Wireless Propagation Letters, Vol. 14, pages 1455-1458,
2015
“A 10-100 GHz Double-Ridged Horn Antenna and Coax Launcher,”
IEEE Transactions on Antennas and Propagation, Vol 63, No. 8,
pages 3417-3422, August 2015
Edward E. Altschuler AP-S Magazine Prize Paper Award
Simon Henault and Yahia M. M. Antar
“Unifying the Theory of Mutual Coupling Compensation in Antenna
Arrays,” IEEE Antenna & Propagation Magazine, Volume 57, No. 2,
pages 104-122, April 2015
2016 IEEE AP-S Fellows
Evaluated by AP-S
Evaluated by other Societies
Ian Craddock
Danilo Erricolo
Karu Esselle
Vincenzo Galdi
Anthony Grbic
Dan Jiao
Akhlesh Lakhtakia
Andrea Neto
Branislav Notaros
Claude Oestges
Tzyy-Sheng Horng
Luca Perregrini
Ajay Kumar Poddar
Lorenz-Peter Schmidt
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Steering Committee
Special Sessions
Hao Xin
University of Arizona
Student Design Competition
Sean Victor Hum
University of Toronto
Social Program
Stuart Long
University of Houston
Short Courses
Andy Peterson
Georgia Tech
Region 9 Outreach Chair
Felix Vega
National University of Columbia
Student Paper Contest
Zhen Peng
University of New Mexico
Christos Argyropoulos
University of Nebraska, Lincoln
General Chair
Scott Tyo
University of New South Wales, Canberra
Co-Chair
Rick Ziolkowski
University of Arizona
Co-Chair (Local Arrangements)
Rafael Rodriguez-Solis
University of Puerto Rico, Mayaguez
Technical Program Chair
Andrea Alu
University of Texas, Austin
URSI Liaison
Ashwin Iyer
University of Alberta
Treasurer
Kathie Melde
University of Arizona
Members at Large
Hao Xin
University of Arizona
Christos Christodoulou
University of New Mexico
AP-S Technical Program Coordinators
Antennas
Mats Gustafsson (TPC Topic Co-chair)
Marta Martinez-Vazquez (TPC Topic Co-chair)
Nuno Pires
Oscar Quevedo
Eva Rajo
Daniel Sjöberg
Miloslav Capek
Lukas Jelinek
Electromagnetics and Materials
Anthony Grbic (TPC Topic Co-chair)
Filiberto Bilotti (TPC Topic Co-chair)
Scott Rudolph
Mauro Ettorre
Marco Antoniades
Alessio Monti
Davide Ramaccia
Mirko Barbuto
Computational and Numerical Techniques
Shanker Balasubramaniam (TPC Topic Co-chair)
Jie Li
Kezhong Zhao
Daniel Dault
Propagation and Scattering
Vincenzo Galdi (TPC Topic Co-chair)
Guido Lombardi
Guido Valerio
Antenna Applications and Emerging Technologies
Gaetano Marrocco (TPC Topic Co-chair)
Stefano Caizzone
Sara Amendola
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AP-S Technical Program Committee
Mohammod Ali
Dimitris E. Anagnostou
Francesco Andriulli
Marco Antoniades
Mohamed Bakr
Constantine A. Balanis
Shanker Balasubramaniam
Nader Behdad
Jennifer Bernhard
Filiberto Bilotti
Filippo Capolino
Reza Chaharmir
Chi-Chih Chen
Zhining Chen
Christos Christodoulou
Peter de Maagt
George V. Eleftheriades
Danilo Erricolo
Mauro Ettorre
Elise Fear
Dejan Filipovic
Vincenzo Galdi
Apostolos Georgiadis
Xun Gong
Roberto D. Graglia
Anthony Grbic
Mats Gustafsson
Silvio Hrabar
Greg Huff
Koichi Ito
Ashwin Iyer
David R. Jackson
Dan Jiao
Jian-Ming Jin
David Kelley
Kiersten Kerby-Patel
Stavros Koulouridis
Do-Hoon Kwon
Buon Kiong Lau
Jean-Jacques Laurin
Guido Lombardi
Stuart A. Long
Majid Manteghi
Loïc Markley
Gaetano Marrocco
Marta Martinez-Vazquez
Derek McNamara
Eric L. Mokole
Alessio Monti
Hossein Mosallaei
Miguel Navarro-Cia
Andrea Neto
Branislav Notaros
Vladimir Okhmatovski
Robert Paknys
Athanasios Panagopoulos
Etienne Perret
Aldo Petosa
Mike Potter
Yahya Rahmat-Samii
Sudhakar Rao
George Shaker
Atif Shamim
Mohammad S. Sharawi
Zhongxiang Shen
Jamesina Simpson
Jiming Song
David Thiel
Meisong Tong
Erdem Topsakal
Jayanti Venkataraman
John L. Volakis
Parveen Wahid
Guoan Wang
Karl F. Warnick
Doug Werner
Alexander B. Yakovlev
Fan Yang
Ali E. Yilmaz
Jiang Zhu
Richard W. Ziolkowski
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URSI Commission Chairs
URSI-A Electromagnetic Metrology
Commission Chair: Steven J. Weiss
URSI-F Wave Propagation and Remote Sensing
Commission Chair: Michael Newkirk
URSI-B Fields and Waves
Commission Chair: John L. Volakis
URSI-G Ionospheric Radio and Propagation
Commission Chair: Sigrid Close
URSI-C Radiocommunication Systems and Signal
Processing
Commission Chair: Greg Huff
URSI-H Waves in Plasma
Commission Chair: Anatoly Streltsov
URSI-J Radio Astronomy
Commission Chair: Dave DeBoer
URSI-D Electronics and Photonics
Commission Chair: Zoya Popovic
URSI-K Electromagnetics in Biology and Medicine
Commission Chair: Mahta Moghaddam
URSI-E Electromagnetic Environment and
Interference
Commission Chair: Charles Baylis
URSI Technical Program Committee
Majid Manteghi
Loïc Markley
Mahta Moghaddam
Eric L. Mokole
Robert Moore
Michael H. Newkirk
Branislav Notaros
Symon K. Podilchak
Zoya Popovic
Jeanne Quimby
Edward Rothwell
Kamal Sarabandi
Satish Sharma
Jamesina Simpson
Anatoly Streltsov
John L. Volakis
Steven Weiss
Alex Wong
Elias Alwan
Reyhan Baktur
Charles Baylis
Jennifer Bernhard
Filiberto Bilotti
Filippo Capolino
Sigrid Close
Larry Cohen
Dave DeBoer
Negar Ehsan
Mats Gustafsson
Greg Huff
Ashwin Iyer
David R. Jackson
Asimina Kiourti
Attila Komjathy
Guido Lombardi
Jeff Mangum
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Special Sessions
MO-SP.1A: Antenna Design/Analysis based on
Stored Energy and Characteristic Modes
Chairs: Mats Gustafsson and Buon Kiong Lau, Lund
University
TU-SP.2P: 4D Arrays as Enabling Technology for
Future Wireless Systems
Chairs: Paolo Rocca, ELEDIA Research Center, University
of Trento and Shiwen Yang, University of Electronic
Science and Technology of China
MO-SP.2A: Directive Antennas at THz and Optical
Frequencies
Chairs: Samel Arslanagic, Technical University of
Denmark (DTU) and Richard Ziolkowski, University of
Arizona
WE-SP.1A: Advances in Non-Diffractive Waves
Chairs: Mauro Ettorre, CNRS, IETR UMR 6164 and
Anthony Grbic, University of Michigan
WE-SP.2A: Electromagnetics, RF and Microwaves in
Medicine and Biology
Chairs: Gianluca Lazzi, University of Utah and Yahya
Rahmat-Samii, University of California Los Angeles
MO-SP.1P: Multiscale Multiphysics Computational
Techniques and Applications
Chairs: Weng Cho Chew, University of Illinois, UrbanaChampaign and Qing Huo Liu,Duke University
WE-SP.1P: Computational Imaging at Microwave,
MMW and THz Frequencies
Chairs: Mohammadreza F. Imani, Jonah Gollub, and
Okan Yurduseven, Duke University
MO-SP.2P: Terahertz Antennas, Interconnects and
Systems
Chairs: Goutam Chattopadhyay, NASA Jet Propulsion
Laboratory and Mona Jarrahi, University of California,
Los Angeles
WE-SP.2P: Memorial Session for Prof. Paul E. Mayes
Gary Brown, Virginia Tech and Jennifer Bernhard,
University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign
TU-SP.1A: More than Wearables - Progress on Skin
Antennas and Sensors
Chairs: John Batchelor, University of Kent and Gaetano
Marrocco, University of Rome - Tor Vergata
TH-SP.1A: Grand Challenges in Computational
Electromagnetics for the Next Decade
Chairs: B. Shanker, Michigan State University and Eric
Michielssen, University of Michigan
TU-SP.2A: 3D Printed Antennas
Chairs: J. Yiannis Vardaxoglou, Loughborough University
and Stefano Maci, University of Siena
TH-SP.2A: Industrial Applications of Metamaterials
Chairs: Filiberto Bilotti, Alessandro Toscano, University of
Rome TRE; and Giacomo Oliveri, University of Trento
TU-SP.1P: The History of AP-S: Significant
Achievements in Antenna Design, Analysis
and Education
Chairs: Stuart Long, University of Houston and Kathleen
Melde, University of Arizona
TH-SP.1P: Novel Paradigms, Challenges and
Perspectives in Wave Scattering and
Propagation
Chairs: Vincenzo Galdi, University of Sannio and Ehud
Heyman, Tel Aviv University
TH-SP.2P: CubeSat and Small Satellite Antennas
Chairs: Reyhan Baktur, Utah State University and Yahya
Rahmat-Samii, University of California, Los Angeles
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Student Paper Competition
AP-S Student Paper Competition Interactive Forum
Presentations for finalists will be the Grand Caribbean Foyer East on Tuesday, June 28, 08:00–11:40.
Finalists
A Horizontally Polarized Beam-Steerable Antenna for
Sub-millimeter-wave Polarimetric Imaging and Collision
Avoidance Radars
Armin Jam, Kamal Sarabandi, University of Michigan,
United States
On-Chip “Baluntennas” for Differential-Mode NonContact Characterization of mmW/THz Devices and ICs
Cosan Caglayan, Kubilay Sertel, The Ohio State
University, United States
On-chip UWB Phased Arrays for mmW Connectivity
Seckin Sahin, Niru K. Nahar, Kubilay Sertel, The Ohio
State University, United States
Broadband Beamforming of Terahertz Pulses with a
Single-Chip 4×2 Array in Silicon
M. Mahdi Assefzadeh, Aydin Babakhani, Rice University,
United States
Phase-sensitive THz Imaging using Single-Pixel Intensityonly Measurements
Syed An Nazmus Saqueb, Kubilay Sertel, The Ohio State
University, United States
Diagrammatic Explanation of the Reverse Doppler Effect
in Space-Time Modulated Photonic Crystals
Zoé-Lise Deck-Léger, Maksim Skorobogatiy, Christophe
Caloz, Polytechnique Montréal, Canada
Toward a Tunable Mode-Mixing Cavity for
Computational Imaging
Timothy Sleasman, Mohammadreza F. Imani, Jonah N.
Gollub, David R. Smith, Duke University, United States
Efficient Rectification of Infrared Radiation Using NanoRectennas and Slow-Light Microstructures
Mehdi Hajizadegan, Pai-Yen Chen, Wayne State
University, United States
Transient Analysis of Scattering from Ferromagnetic
Objects Using Landau-Lifshitz-Gilbert and Volume
Integral Equations
Sadeed Sayed, King Abdullah University of Science and
Technology, Saudi Arabia; Huseyin Arda Ülkü, Gebze
Technical University, Turkey; Hakan Bagci, King Abdullah
University of Science and Technology, Saudi Arabia
High Permittivity Dielectric Resonators for Wireless
Power Transfer System
Mingzhao Song, Pavel Belov, Polina Kapitanova, ITMO
University, Russian Federation
High-Performance Continuous-Wave Terahertz Emitters
based on Plasmonic Photomixing Antennas
Shang-Hua Yang, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor,
United States; Mona Jarrahi, University of California, Los
Angeles, United States
Transparent and Self-Activated Harmonic Sensor Using
Integrated Graphene Antennas and Circuits
Maryamsadat Sakhdari, Pai-Yen Chen, Wayne State
University, United States
Measurement of Efficiency Degradation Due to External
Detuning of a Tunable Patch Antenna
Oliver Norman, Geoff Hilton, Mark Beach, University of
Bristol, United Kingdom
Honorable Mentions
A Gaussian Beam Approach for Embedding Antennas
into Vector Parabolic Equation Based Propagation
Models
Xingqi Zhang, Costas D. Sarris, University of Toronto,
Canada
A Third-Order High-Q SIW Filter/Antenna with Two
Cavities and One Integrated Slot Antenna
Ricardo Lovato, Xun Gong, University of Central Florida,
United States
A λo/60 Spherical Spiral Metamaterial for Negative
Permeability and Negative Permittivity
Kathryn Smith, Ryan Adams, University of North Carolina
at Charlotte, United States
A Multifuctional Phased Array Antenna with Frequency
Agility and Polarization Reconfigurablity
Behrouz Babakhani, Satish Sharma, San Diego State
University, United States
Analysis of Dense Quantum Dot Systems Using a SelfConsistent Maxwell-Bloch Framework
Connor Glosser, Carlo Piermarocchi, Balasubramaniam
Shanker, Michigan State University, United States
A Sparse View Approach for Microwave Diffraction
Tomography
Anjit T A, Philip Cherian, Mythili P, Cochin University of
Science and Technology, India
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Axial Mode-Matching Technique for Analysis of
Directional Well-Logging Sensor Tools
Guilherme S. Rosa, José R. Bergmann, Pontifical Catholic
University of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil; Fernando L. Teixeira,
The Ohio State University, United States
Hybrid DGTD method with FDTD/SETD/FETD
Qingtao Sun, Qing Huo Liu, Duke University, United States
Improved Bode-Fano Broadband Matching Bound
Ding Nie, Bertrand Hochwald, University of Notre Dame,
United States
Decade-Bandwidth Low Cross-Polarization UWB Array
John Logan, Marinos N. Vouvakis, University of
Massachusetts Amherst, United States
K-to-Ka Band Low-profile Phased Array with Integrated
MEMS Phase Shifters
Anas J. Abumunshar, Niru K. Nahar, The Ohio State
University, United States; Daniel J. Hyman, XCOM
Wireless Inc., United States; Kubilay Sertel, The Ohio
State University, United States
Direct Evaluation of Hyper-Singularity in Surface
Integral Equation Using Quadrature by Expansion
Shao-Xin Peng, Jin-Fa Lee, The Ohio State University,
United States
Left handed modes in linear arrays of isotropic particles
with electric and magnetic response
Yarden Mazor, Ben Z. Steinberg, Tel-Aviv University, Israel
Discrete Dipole Approximation for the Simulation of the
Edge Effects on Metasurfaces
Laura Maria Pulido Mancera, Mohammadreza F. Imani,
David R. Smith, Duke University, United States
Low Profile Vehicular Antenna for Wideband High
Frequency Communications
Bradley Allen, Maxim Ignatenko, Dejan Filipovic,
University of Colorado Boulder, United States
Dispersion Code Modulation for Enhanced Spectral
Efficiency in Wireless Communications
Lianfeng Zou, Shulabh Gupta, Christophe Caloz,
Polytechnique Montréal, Canada
Low-Loss Wideband Feed Networks for High Gain
Microfluidic Beam-Scanning Focal Plane Arrays
Enrique González, Gokhan Mumcu, University of South
Florida, United States
Dual-Band Validation of On-Site Coding Receiver using
Ultra-Wideband Antenna Array at C, X and Ku-bands
Satheesh Bojja Venkatakrishnan, Abe Akhiyat, Elias A.
Alwan, John Volakis, The Ohio State University, United
States
MIMO Antenna Design with Pixelated Radiator Surface
for WLAN applications
Saber Soltani, Parisa Lotfi Poshtgol, The Hong Kong
University of Science and Technology, Hong Kong SAR
of China; Ross David Murch, Hong Kong University of
Science and Technology, Hong Kong SAR of China
Far-field High-resolution Imaging of Conducting
Obstacles using Metamaterial-lined Aperture Arrays
Elham Baladi, Ashwin K. Iyer, University of Alberta,
Canada
Miniature Fully-Passive Brain Implant for Wireless RealTime Neuropotential Monitoring
Cedric Lee, Asimina Kiourti, John Volakis, The Ohio State
University, United States
Fast Iterative Physical Optics with Shadowing
Igor Gershenzon, Tel-Aviv University, Israel; Yaniv Brick,
The University of Texas at Austin, United States; Amir
Boag, Tel-Aviv University, Israel
New HSS-Factorization and Inversion Algorithms with
Exact Arithmetic for Efficient Direct Solution of LargeScale Volume Integral Equations
Miaomiao Ma, Dan Jiao, Purdue University, United States
Flush Mountable K/Ka Band Amplitude Only Direction
Finding System
David Garrido Lopez, Dejan Filipovic, University of
Colorado Boulder, United States
Synthesis of Circular Isophoric Sparse Arrays by using
Compressive-Sensing
Carlo Bencivenni, Marianna Ivashina, Rob Maaskant,
Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden
Flush-Mountable Vivaldi Array Antenna
Elie Tianang, Mohamed Elmansouri, Dejan Filipovic,
University of Colorado Boulder, United States
Telecommunication Compatible Terahertz Emitters
based on Plasmonic Nano-Antenna Arrays
Nezih Yardimci, Mona Jarrahi, University of California, Los
Angeles, United States
Full-Spherical Radiation Pattern Evaluation of Low
Frequency Antennas Using a Novel Very-Near-Field
Electro-Optical System
Jihun Choi, Kamal Sarabandi, University of Michigan,
United States
The Broadband Green’s Funtion Applied to Band
Diagram Simulation of 2D Perodic Noncircular
Dielectric Scatterers
Shurun Tan, Leung Tsang, University of Michigan, United
States
High-performance Heterodyne Terahertz Receivers
based on Plasmonic Photomixing Antennas
Ning Wang, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor; University
of California, Los Angeles, United States; Mona Jarrahi,
University of California, Los Angeles; University of
Michigan, Ann Arbor, United States
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True-Time-Delay UWB Reflectarray with Linear to
Circular Polarization Transformation
Seyed Mohamad Amin Momeni Hasan Abadi, Nader
Behdad, University of Wisconsin-Madison, United States
Wideband Dual-Mode Monostatic Simultaneous
Transmit and Receive Antenna System
Ehab Etellisi, Mohamed Elmansouri, Dejan Filipovic,
University of Colorado Boulder, United States
V-band High Efficiency Corporate-Fed 8×8 Slot Array
Antenna with ETSI Class II Radiation Pattern Based on
Gap Technology
Abbas Vosoogh, Per-Simon Kildal, Chalmers University of
Technology, Sweden
Region 9 Travel Award Recipients
A Simulation Technique for RF Amplifier Circuits Using
ANSYS Electronics Desktop
Marcelo Magalhães, Marcos Heckler, Universidade
Federal do Pampa, Brazil; Andreas Winterstein, Lukasz
Greda, German Aerospace Center (DLR), Germany
Axial Mode-Matching Technique for Analysis of
Directional Well-Logging Sensor Tools
Guilherme S. Rosa, José R. Bergmann, Pontifical Catholic
University of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil; Fernando L. Teixeira,
The Ohio State University, United States
An Approximate Exponentiated Weibull Joint EnvelopePhase Distribution
Jose Vinicius de Miranda Cardoso, Wamberto Jose Lira
de Queiroz, Marcelo Sampaio de Alencar, Universidade
Federal de Campina Grande, Brazil
Circularly-Polarized Antenna Array for Beam Steering
Bernardo Moscardini Fabiani, Daniel Chagas do
Nascimento, Technological Institute of Aeronautics, Brazil
Student Design Contest
their proposed antenna systems with a budget of US $1,500,
as well as to write a detailed technical paper and make a
YouTube video demonstration. The finalists (in random order)
are:
1) Team Name: Trielectric, KTH Royal Institute of
Technology, Sweden
Project Title: Wireless Sensor Network Utilizing RF
Energy Harvesting for Smart Building Applications
Members: Oskar Björkqvist, Oskar Dahlberg, Gustaf
Silver, and Christos Kolitsidas
Mentors: Oscar Quevedo-Teruel and B.L.G. Jonsson
The annual IEEE Antennas and Propagation Society (AP-S)
Student Design Contest continues to become more popular
with each passing year. This year, there were 47 entries,
20 more than the previous year. The teams hail from a
diverse set of countries accounting for all IEEE regions
around the world, including North America (United States
and Canada), Europe (the Netherlands, Italy, the United
Kingdom, Portugal, Sweden, Finland, Germany, Greece, and
Croatia), Asia (China, Taiwan, India, Taiwan, Japan, and
Vietnam), Australasia (Australia), the Middle East (Turkey,
United Emirates, Lebanon, and Egypt), and Latin America
(Columbia). In addition to the dramatic increase in the number
of entries, the quality of the entries also continues to rise. As
the mandate of the contest is to engage more undergraduate
students in the fields of antennas and propagation, this seems
to be a very positive sign.
2) Team Name: Artinx, South University of Science and
Technology of China (SUSTC), China
Project Title: RF Energy Harvest Based on Rotational
Clock-hand Antenna with Multi-Frequency
Reconfigurable Characteristics
Members: Tongfeng Guo, Zhitao Gao, Zhengshu
Zhao, and Wenxuan Hu
Mentor: Yifan Chen
This year’s topic is “RF power scavenging”. The goal was
to design and build build a power-scavenging device that
can harvest and convert ambient radio-frequency emissions
into useful DC power. Each team prepared a proposal for
the Contest that was evaluated by a college of reviewers
to narrow the field to six finalist teams. Due to the major
increase in submissions this year, the AP-S Education
Committee decided to sponsor six teams instead of three
teams to develop their projects, which was the tradition in
the past. Each finalist team had just over four months to build
3) Team Name: Waterloo, University of Waterloo,
Canada
Project Title: Cellular Wireless Energy Harvesting for
Smart Contact Lens Applications
Members: Luyao Chen, Luxsumi Jeevananthan, Ben
Milligan, and Tony Qu
Mentor: George Shaker
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will be announced at the Symposium’s Awards Reception. In
addition, the finalist teams may be invited to submit their final
reports for publication in the IEEE Antennas and Propagation
Magazine, under the Education Column. I highly encourage
attendees of the conference to check out the demonstrations
in person:
4) Team Name: TeamAaltoELEC, Aalto University, Finland
Project Title: RF Power Harvester
Members: Mikko Leino, Niko Lindvall, Henri
Partanen and Rasmus Luomaniemi
Mentor: Ville Viikari
5) Team Name: FER Power Rangers, University of Zagreb,
Croatia
Project Title: Wearable Energy Harvester
Members: Mateja Babić, Andrej Galoić, Antonio
Tkalac, and Dominik Žanić
Mentor: Davor Bonefačić
Date: Tuesday, June 28, 2016
Time: 09:30–12:00; 13:00–16:00
Location: Grand Caribbean Foyer East
Many thanks are due to those who have worked hard to
provide careful evaluation of the entries. In particular,
I would like to acknowledge the judges for the finalist
evaluations during the Symposium: Ashwin Iyer (University
of Alberta, Canada), Marta Martinez (IMST, Germany)
and Loïc Markley (University of British Columbia Okanagan,
Canada). My thanks also go to the evaluation team of the
preliminary designs, consisting of Sai Ananthanarayanan,
Youchung Chung, Marta Martinez, Maria Pour, Buon Kiong
Lau, Marco Antoniades, Loïc Markley, Ashwin Iyer, Jessica
Ruyle, and Gregory Huff.
6) Team Name: GUC, German University in Cairo, Egypt
Project Title: A Foldable Textile-based Broadband
Archimedean Spiral Rectenna for RF Energy Harvesting
Members: Randa El Khosht, Maha El Feshawy,
Menna El Shorbagy, Monica Farag, and Ahmed El
Said
Mentors: Hany Hammad
The submitted reports and YouTube videos were evaluated
based on the criteria of creativity, justification of achieved link
performance, completeness of the description in the report,
functionality of the system as determined by the video, and
quality of written materials.
Finally, I would like to take this opportunity to acknowledge
the help and support of the IEEE AP-S Education Committee,
especially Karl Warnick and David Kelley, the co-chairs of
the committee.
Each finalist team received stipends of up to US $2,500
for team representative(s) to attend this Symposium and
demonstrate their working designs. Based on the on-site
demo and the semi-finalist evaluation results, the first-, second-,
and third-prize winners will be selected to receive cash prizes
of US $1,500, $750 and $250, respectively. The winners
Sean Victor Hum
IEEE AP-S Student Design Contest Coordinator
University of Toronto, Canada
[email protected]
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Patrons
AP-S/URSI 2016 is pleased to welcome our Gold patron, Altair, and Silver patrons, IMST and MVG. Thank you for your
support of AP-S/URSI 2016!
All attendees are invited to visit the patrons at their booths in the exhibition hall.
Gold Patron
Silver Patrons
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Exhibitors
The Steering Committee of the 2015 IEEE International Symposium on Antennas and Propagation and North American Radio
Science Meeting would like to thank the following exhibitors for their participation.
Booth
14 & 16
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35
41
25
23
33
36
61
11
15
62
24
26
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Exhibitor Name
Altair Engineering, Inc.
Apple
EMSCAN
IMST GmbH
MVG (Microwave Vision Group)
NEBENS, LLC
NSI-MI
PPG Aerospace - Cuming Microwave
Remcom Inc.
SpaceX
Tech-X Corporation
TICRA
Time Domain
Wiley
WIPL-D
Exhibition Location and Hours
Exhibits are located in the Grand Caribbean Ballroom on the Level 1 of The El Conquistador Resort, and are open to all
attendees according to the following schedule:
Tuesday, July 28......................09:00–17:00
Wednesday, July 29..............09:00–17:00
Thursday, July 30....................09:00–17:00
Lunch and Learn Sessions
Arecibo Observatory History & Science
Monday, June 27, 12:15–13:15, Pablo Casals Ballroom
Dr. Joan T. Schmelz
Universities Space Research Association
Arecibo Observatory Deputy Director
of the reflector. Tobacco farm land was eventually selected and
construction began in 1961. Early discoveries include the 33-ms
period pulsar in the Crab Nebula supernova remnant, the 59day rotation rate of Mercury, and the electron- ion-temperature
difference in the ionosphere. Later discoveries included the first
binary pulsar, first radar maps of Venus, first megamaser galaxy,
first millisecond pulsar, and first extrasolar planet. High priority
science investigations now include using pulsars to search for
gravitational waves, characterizing near-Earth objects that threaten
civilization, and heating the ionosphere to perform controlled
plasma experiments. This talk will discuss 50 year of science at
the Arecibo Observatory, from the early construction to the latest
discoveries.
The Arecibo Observatory is a multi-disciplinary facility that provides
unique capabilities in astrophysical, planetary, and atmospheric
sciences. The observatory is home to the world’s largest radio
telescope, which is 1000 feet in diameter and covers an area of
~20 acres. The reflecting surface is made of ~40,000 perforated
aluminum panels and is supported by a network of steel cables
strung across the underlying terrain. The 900 ton platform is
suspended 450 feet above the reflector on 18 cables, which are
strung from three reinforced concrete towers. The Arecibo system
operates from 50 - 10,000 MHz (600 - 3 cm). The telescope
was originally built to investigate the ionosphere, but a site near
the equator ensured that the radar could also be used to study
nearby planets. The large limestone sinkholes in the Karst terrain
south of Arecibo provided a natural geometry for the construction
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Joan Schmelz works for Universities Space Research Association
(USRA) and currently serves as the deputy director of the Arecibo
Observatory in Puerto Rico. She was honored for her work on
sexual harassment as one of Nature’s top ten people who made
a difference in science in 2015. She is a professor at University of
Memphis and a regular visitor to the Harvard-Smithsonian Center
for Astrophysics. She is a former program officer for the National
Science Foundation’s Division of Astronomical Sciences and the
former chair of the American Astronomical Society’s Committee
on the Status of Women in Astronomy. She worked as part of the
operations team for the Solar Maximum Mission Satellite at
NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center after
receiving her Ph.D. in Astronomy from Penn
State University. Schmelz is a solar physicist
whose research investigates coronal heating
and coronal loops as well as the properties
and dynamics of the solar atmosphere. In
addition to writing science papers for the
Astrophysical Journal, she also writes regular
posts for the Women in Astronomy BlogSpot on topics such as
unconscious bias, stereotype threat, and the gender gap.
Multiphysics and the Role of Commercial Simulators in Modern EM Graduate Education
Thursday, June 30, 12:15 - 13:15, Grand Atlantic Salon II
Chairs: George W. Hanson, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee and Hao Xin, University of Arizona
In addition, recent development in EM related R&D involves
many aspects of Multiphysics simulation. For example, the
dramatic increase in complicated materials and emphasis
on nanostructures increases the need to understand material
physics, non-trivial EM-material interactions, and quantum
mechanics. Whether it be flexible antennas, microfludics,
or nanostructures, increasingly exotic materials (natural or
artificial / meta) are of interest, and the material response,
often arising from semi-classical or quantum transport
equations, becomes paramount. Students need to know
a fair bit of solid-state physics and quantum mechanics to
understand dynamic processes in these materials. Twodimensional materials and photonic topological insulators
are prominent examples wherein the traditionally-trained EM
graduate student is ill-equipped. In the past, EM graduate
students generally needed to augment their engineering
courses with math courses, although now it seems physics has
emerged as the area requiring the most “extra” knowledge. It
is not always clear how to guide graduate students in these
areas (how much math, how much physics, is needed in a
degree where course work is not the primary emphasis).
Join us for a panel discussion regarding the role of commercial
simulators and multiphysics training in engineering
electromagnetics graduate education.
Regarding the first aspect, does the advent of commercial
simulators lessen the need to train graduate students to
explicitly solve Maxwell’s equations (via, e.g., Green’s
functions and integral equations, complex-plane analysis,
home-generated FDTD or FEM codes, etc.)? Aside
from explicitly training students to go into computational
electromagnetics (CEM), to what extent should all graduate
students understand CEM, and should this training be
deep (develop their own codes for sophisticated problems
for research use) or shallower (develop small codes for
some simpler problems as class exercises). Modeling and
simulation that used to take months or years of work can
now be done in hours - to what extent should we focus on
the answer, and to what extent should we focus on the path
to the answer.
Invited Speakers
George Hanson, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, USA
George W. Hanson (S’85-M’91-SM’98, F’09) was born in
Glen Ridge, NJ, in 1963. He received the B.S.E.E. degree
from Lehigh University, Bethlehem, PA , the M.S.E.E. degree
from Southern Methodist University, Dallas, TX, and the
Ph.D. degree from Michigan State University, East Lansing, in
1986, 1988, and 1991, respectively. From 1986 to 1988
he was a development engineer with General Dynamics in
Fort Worth, TX, where he worked on radar simulators. From
1988 to 1991 he was a research and teaching assistant
in the Department of Electrical Engineering at Michigan
State University. He is currently Professor of Electrical
Engineering and Computer Science at the University of
Wisconsin in Milwaukee. His research
interests include nanoelectromagnetics,
quantum optics, mathematical methods
in electromagnetics, and electromagnetic
wave phenomena in layered media. Dr.
Hanson is a member of URSI Commission
B, Sigma Xi, and Eta Kappa Nu, and was an Associate
Editor for the IEEE Transactions on Antennas and Propagation
from 2002-2007. In 2006 he received the S.A. Schelkunoff
Best Paper Award from the IEEE Antennas and Propagation
Society. Dr. Hanson is coauthor of the book Operator
Theory for Electromagnetics: An Introduction, Springer, New
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York, 2002, and author of Fundamentals of Nanoelectronics,
Prentice-Hall, New Jersey, 2007.
Hao Xin, University of Arizona, USA
technologies and materials in microwave
and millimeter wave circuits such as
electromagnetic band gap crystals and
other meta-materials, carbon nano-tubes
devices, solid state devices and circuits,
active or semi-active antennas, and passive circuits. He has
authored over 250 referred publications and 14 patents
(13 issued and 1 pending) in the areas of microwave and
millimeter-wave technologies, random power harvesting
based on ferro-fluidic nano-particles and carbon nanotube
based devices. He is a senior member of IEEE and chair
of the joint chapter of IEEE AP/MTT/EMC/COMM in
Tucson AZ. He is a general co-chair of the 8th International
Workshop on Antenna Technology. He also serves as an
associate editor for IEEE Antennas and Wireless Propagation
Letters.
Dr. Hao Xin, Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering
at the University of Arizona. He is named an Arizona
Engineering fellow in Aug. 2013. He joined University of
Arizona since August 2005 as an assistant professor. He
was promoted to tenured associate professor in 2009 and
to full professor in 2012. He received his Ph.D in Physics from
Massachusetts Institute of Technology in February 2001. From
2000 to 2003, he was a research scientist with the Rockwell
Scientific Company. He was a Sr. Principal Multidisciplinary
Engineer with Raytheon Company from 2003 to 2005.
His primary research interests are in the area of microwave
/ millimeter wave / THz antennas, devices, circuits and their
applications in wireless communication and sensing systems.
His recent research activities have covered a broad range of
high frequency technologies, including applications of new
Nader Engheta, The University of Pennsylvania, USA
Nader Engheta is the H. Nedwill Ramsey Professor at the
University of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia, with affiliations
in the Departments of Electrical and Systems Engineering,
Materials Science and Engineering, Physics and Astronomy,
and Bioengineering. He received his B.S. degree from the
University of Tehran, and his M.S and Ph.D. degrees from
Caltech.
He is a Fellow of six international scientific
and technical societies, i.e., IEEE, Optical
Society of America (OSA), American
Physical Society (APS), Materials
Research Society (MRS), International
Society for Optics and Photonics (SPIE),
and American Association for the Advancement of Science
(AAAS).
He has received several awards for his research including the
2015 Fellow of US National Academy of Inventors (NAI),
the 2015 Gold Medal from SPIE, the 2015 National Security
Science and Engineering Faculty Fellow (NSSEFF) Award
from US DoD, the 2015 IEEE Antennas and Propagation
Society Distinguished Achievement Award, the 2014
Balthasar van der Pol Gold Medal from the International
Union of Radio Science (URSI), the 2013 Inaugural SINA
Award in Engineering, the 2012 IEEE Electromagnetics
Award, 2006 Scientific American Magazine 50 Leaders in
Science and Technology, and IEEE Third Millennium Medal.
His current research activities span a broad range of areas
including nanophotonics, metamaterials, nano-scale optics,
graphene optics, imaging and sensing inspired by eyes of
animal species, optical nanoengineering, microwave and
optical antennas, and engineering and physics of fields
and waves. He has co-edited (with R. W. Ziolkowski) the
book entitled “Metamaterials: Physics and Engineering
Explorations” by Wiley-IEEE Press, 2006. He was the Chair
of the Gordon Research Conference on Plasmonics in June
2012.
Christophe Caloz, École Polytechnique de Montréal, CA
Christophe Caloz received the Diplôme d’Ingénieur en
Électricité and the Ph.D. degree from École Polytechnique
Fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL), Switzerland, in 1995
and 2000, respectively. From 2001 to 2004, he was a
Postdoctoral Research Fellow at the Microwave Electronics
Laboratory, University of California at Los Angeles (UCLA). In
June 2004, Dr. Caloz joined École Polytechnique of Montréal,
where he is now a Full Professor, the holder
of a Canada Research Chair (CRC) Tier-I
and the head of the Electromagnetics
Research Group. He has authored
and co-authored about 600 technical
conference, letter and journal papers, 15
books and book chapters, and he holds several patents. His
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works have generated over 15,000 citations, and he is a
Thomson Reuters Highly Cited Researcher. Dr. Caloz was a
Member of the Microwave Theory and Techniques Society
(MTT-S) Technical Committees MTT-15 (Microwave Field
Theory) and MTT-25 (RF Nanotechnology), a Speaker of
the MTT-15 Speaker Bureau, the Chair of the Commission D
(Electronics and Photonics) of the Canadian Union de Radio
Science Internationale (URSI) and an MTT-S representative
at the IEEE Nanotechnology Council (NTC). In 2009, he
co-founded the company ScisWave, now Tembo Networks.
Dr. Caloz received several awards, including the UCLA
Chancellor’s Award for Post-doctoral Research in 2004, the
MTT-S Outstanding Young Engineer Award in 2007, the
E.W.R. Steacie Memorial Fellowship in 2013, the Prix UrgelArchambault in 2013, the Killam Fellowship in 2016, and
many best paper awards with his students at international
conferences. He has been an IEEE Fellow since 2010
and an IEEE Distinguished Lecturer for the Antennas and
Propagation Society (AP-S) since 2014. Since June 2015,
he has been an Associate Editor of the Transactions on
Antennas and Propagation of AP-S. In 2014, Dr. Caloz was
elected as a member of the Administrative Committee of
AP-S. He is has been a Distinguished Adjunct Professor at
King Abdulaziz University (KAU), Saudi Arabia, from May
2014 to November 2015. His research interests include
all fields of theoretical, computational and technological
electromagnetics, with strong emphasis on emergent and
multidisciplinary topics, including particularly metamaterials,
nanoelectromagnetics, exotic antenna systems and real-time
radio.
Weng Chew, University of Illinois-Urbana Champaign, USA
W.C. Chew received all his degrees from MIT. His research
interests is in wave and field physics, specializing in fast
algorithms in computational electromagnetics in the last 20
years. After graduating from MIT in 1980, he worked at
Schlumberger-Doll Research. In 1985, he joined U Illinois
Urbana-Champaign, was the director of the Electromagnetics
Lab at UIUC from 1995-2007. During 2000-2005, he was
the Founder Professor at UIUC, 2005-2009, the Y.T. Lo Chair
Professor, and since 2013, the Fisher Distinguished Professor.
During 2007-2011, he served as the Dean of Engineering
at The University of Hong Kong. He has
authored and co-authored three books,
over 400 journal papers, and over 500
conference papers. He is a fellow of
various societies, and an ISI highly cited
author. In 2008, he received the CT Tai
Distinguished Educator Award from IEEE AP-S, in 2013,
elected to the National Academy of Engineering and in
2015, ACES Computational Electromagnetics Award.
Susan Hagness, University of Wisconsin-Madison, USA
Susan C. Hagness received the B.S. degree with highest
honors and the Ph.D. degree in electrical engineering from
Northwestern University in 1993 and 1998, respectively.
Since 1998, she has been with the Department of Electrical
and Computer Engineering at the University of WisconsinMadison, where she currently holds the title of Philip D. Reed
Professor and serves as the Associate Dean for Research and
Graduate Affairs in the College of Engineering. She is also a
Faculty Affiliate of the Department of Biomedical Engineering
and a member of the UW Carbone Comprehensive Cancer
Center.
the IEEE Transactions on Biomedical
Engineering Outstanding Paper Award
(2007), the IEEE Education Society Mac
E. Van Valkenburg Early Career Teaching
Award (2007), the UW System Alliant
Energy Underkofler Excellence in Teaching
Award (2009), the Physics in Medicine and Biology
Citations Prize (2011), the UW-Madison Kellett MidCareer Award (2011), and the UW-Madison College of
Engineering Benjamin Smith Reynolds Award for Excellence
in Teaching Engineers (2014). She was elected Fellow of the
IEEE in 2009. She has held numerous leadership positions
within the IEEE Antennas and Propagation Society (AP-S)
and the United States National Committee (USNC) of the
International Union of Radio Science (URSI). She was the
Technical Program Chair of the 2012 IEEE International
Symposium on Antennas and Propagation and USNC/URSI
National Radio Science Meeting in Chicago, IL, and most
recently completed a term as Chair of the IEEE AP-S Fellows
Evaluation Committee.
Dr. Hagness was the recipient of the Presidential Early Career
Award for Scientists and Engineers (PECASE) presented by
the U.S. White House in 2000. In 2002, she was named one
of the 100 top young innovators in science and engineering
in the world by the MIT Technology Review magazine.
She is also the recipient of the UW-Madison Emil Steiger
Distinguished Teaching Award (2003), the IEEE Engineering
in Medicine and Biology Society Early Career Achievement
Award (2004), the URSI Isaac Koga Gold Medal (2005),
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Christophe Fumeaux, University of Adelaide, Australia
2010 to 2013. Since 2013 he has been
serving as Senior Associate Editor and
since 2015 as Associate Editor-in-Chief
for the IEEE Transactions on Antennas
and Propagation. He was the recipient
of the ETH Silver Medal of Excellence
for his doctoral dissertation. From 2011 to 2015, he was a
Future Fellow of the Australian Research Council. He was the
recipient/corecipient of best journal paper awards, including
the 2004 ACES Journal and 2014 IEEE Sensors Journal, as
well as best conference paper awards at the 2012 Asia-Pacific
International Symposium on Electromagnetic Compatibility
(APEMC 2012) and the 17th Colloque International sur la
Compatibilité Electromagnétique (CEM 2014). Several of
his students have received student awards with joint papers,
including IMS 2006 & 2007, iWAT 2014, AMS 2014, IEEE
Australia Council 2014, NEMO 2015, ICEAA 2015.
Christophe Fumeaux (M’03–SM’09) received the Diploma
and Ph.D. degrees in physics from the ETH Zurich, Switzerland,
in 1992 and 1997, respectively. From 1998 to 2000, he
was a Postdoctoral Researcher with the School of Optics,
University of Central Florida, Orlando. In 2000, he joined
the Swiss Federal Office of Metrology, Bern, Switzerland, as
a Scientific Staff Member. From 2001 to 2008, he was a
Research Associate and Group Leader with the Laboratory
for Electromagnetic Fields and Microwave Electronics, at
ETH Zurich, Switzerland. Since 2008, he has been with
The University of Adelaide, where he is currently a Professor
with the School of Electrical and Electronic Engineering.
His current main research interests concern computational
electromagnetics, antenna engineering, THz technology and
the application of RF design principles to optical micro/nanostructures.
Prof. Fumeaux has served as an Associate Editor for the IEEE
Transactions on Microwave Theory and Techniques from
Levent Gürel, ABAKUS Computing Technologies, Turkey
Prof. Levent Gürel (Fellow of IEEE, ACES, and EMA) received
the M.S. and Ph.D. degrees from the University of Illinois at
Urbana-Champaign (UIUC) in 1988 and 1991, respectively,
in electrical and computer engineering. He worked at the IBM
Thomas J. Watson Research Center, Yorktown Heights, New
York, in 1991-94. During his 20 years with Bilkent University,
he served as the Founding Director of the Computational
Electromagnetics Research Center (BiLCEM) and a professor
of electrical engineering. He is an Adjunct Professor at UIUC.
Prof. Gürel is the Founder and CEO of ABAKUS Computing
Technologies, a company that is geared towards advancing
the use of cutting-edge computing technologies for solving
difficult scientific problems with important real-life applications
and societal benefits. Among the recognitions of Prof. Gürel’s
accomplishments, the two prestigious awards from the Turkish
Academy of Sciences (TUBA) in 2002 and the Scientific and
Technological Research Council of Turkey (TUBITAK) in 2003
are the most notable. He is conferred the
UIUC ECE Distinguished Alumni Award in
2013. He is named an IEEE Distinguished
Lecturer for 2011-2014 and was invited
to address the 2011 ACES Conference
and the 2015 Mediterranean Microwave
Symposium as a Plenary Speaker and a TEDx conference
in 2014. He has been organizing and serving as the
General Chairman and Editor of the biennial Computational
Electromagnetics International Workshops held in 20072015. He is the coauthor of a monograph titled “The Multilevel
Fast Multipole Algorithm (MLFMA) for Solving Large-Scale
Computational Electromagnetics Problems” published by
Wiley-IEEE Press. In 2015, Prof. Gürel received the IEEE
Harrington-Mittra Award in Computational Electromagnetics.
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Presentation Listing Explanation
Session Code Legend
Code
Explanation
Possible Values
Sample
D
Day
MO TU WE TH FR
(Add P for
Interactive Forum)
MO
Monday
–
–
–
–
–
TT
Track
A1-A5: AP-S Tracks
UA-UK: URSI Commissions
SP: Joint Special Sessions
A5
AP-S Track 5
.
.
N
Ordinal
M
Time
.
1–5
A: Morning
P: Afternoon
.
.
2
2 Session
A
AM (Morning)
Session Track Icon Legend
Icon
Code
Track
A1
AP-S Track 1: Antennas
A2
AP-S Track 2: Electromagnetics and Materials
A3
AP-S Track 3: Computational and Numerical Techniques
A4
AP-S Track 4: Propagation and Scattering
A5
AP-S Track 5: Antenna Applications and Emerging Technologies
A
UA
URSI Commission A: Electromagnetic Metrology
B
C
D
E
F
G
UB
URSI Commission B: Fields and Waves
UC
URSI Commission C: Radiocommunication Systems and Signal Processing
UD
URSI Commission D: Electronics and Photonics
UE
URSI Commission E: Electromagnetic Environment and Interference
UF
URSI Commission F: Wave Propagation and Remote Sensing
UG
URSI Commission G: Ionospheric Radio and Propagation
H
UH
URSI Commission H: Waves in Plasma
J
UJ
URSI Commission J: Radio Astronomy
K
UK
URSI Commission K: Electromagnetics in Biology and Medicine
SP
AP-S/URSI Joint Special Sessions
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nd
Technical Program Presentations
Monday, June 27
MO-SP.1A
Special Session
08:00 - 11:40
Grand Atlantic Salon I
Monday, June 27
MO-SP.2A
Special Session
08:00 - 11:40
Grand Atlantic Salon II
Antenna Design/Analysis based on Stored Energy and Characteristic
Modes
Directive Antennas at THz and Optical Frequencies
Session Chair: Buon Kiong Lau, Lund University
Session Co-Chairs: Samel Arslanagic, Technical University of Denmark (DTU); Richard
Ziolkowski, University of Arizona
MO-SP.1A.108:00
MO-SP.2A.108:00
Antenna current optimization, stored energy, and modes for small antennas
Asymmetric Active Nano-Particles for Directive Near-Field Radiation
MO-SP.1A.208:20
MO-SP.2A.208:20
Samel Arslanagic, Rasmus Ø. Thorsen, Technical University of Denmark, Denmark
Mats Gustafsson, Lund University, Sweden
Ultrafast Magnetic Light
Optimal Composition of Characteristic Modes For Minimal Quality Factor Q
Alexander Krasnok, Sergey Makarov, Pavel Belov, ITMO University, Russian Federation; Denis Baranov,
Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology, Dolgoprudny 141700, Russia, Russian Federation
Miloslav Capek, Lukas Jelinek, Czech Technical University in Prague, Czech Republic
MO-SP.1A.308:40
MO-SP.2A.308:40
Design of Horizontally Polarized Omni-directional Antenna by Characteristic Modes
Analysis
Multipole interference for directional scattering and non-reciprocal nonlinear generation
Ekaterina Poutrina, Air Force Research Laboratory / UES, Inc., United States; Augustine Urbas, Air Force
Research Laboratory, United States
Hiroyuki Arai, Kanata Takahashi, Yokohama National University, Japan
MO-SP.1A.409:00
MO-SP.2A.409:00
Reactive Energy in Time Domain
Analysis of Thin-wire Nanoloops as Superdirective Antennas
Guy A. E. Vandenbosch, Sen Yan, KU Leuven, Belgium
Mario Pantoja, University of Granada, Spain; Jogender Nagar, Bingqian Lu, Taiwei Yue, Douglas Werner,
The Pennsylvania State University, United States
MO-SP.1A.509:20
Characteristic Modes in Slot Antennas Etched in a Finite Ground Plane
MO-SP.2A.509:20
Nora Mohamed Mohamed-Hicho, Eva Antonino-Daviu, Marta Cabedo-Fabrés, Miguel Ferrando-Bataller,
Universitat Politècnica de València, Spain
Active Coated Nano-Particles Having High Directivity
Richard W. Ziolkowski, University of Arizona, United States
Break09:40
Break09:40
MO-SP.1A.610:00
MO-SP.2A.610:00
Antenna Design Using Characteristic Modes for Arbitrary Materials
Broadband terahertz radiation through a one-dimensional grating with a tapered slit on
a high-index substrate
Zachary Miers, Buon Kiong Lau, Lund University, Sweden
Truong Khang Nguyen, Ton Duc Thang University, Viet Nam; Khai Q. Le, Hoa Sen University, Viet Nam;
Ikmo Park, Ajou University, Republic of Korea
MO-SP.1A.710:20
Compact Multi Port Multi Element Antenna for Massive MIMO
Dirk Manteuffel, University of Kiel, Germany
MO-SP.2A.710:20
Boosting the Directivity of Optical Nanoantennas
MO-SP.1A.810:40
Francesco Monticone, Andrea Alù, The University of Texas at Austin, United States
Classifying characteristic mode crossing avoidances with symmetry and energy coupling
Kurt Schab, John Outwater, Jennifer Bernhard, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, United States
MO-SP.2A.810:40
A Wideband Dual polarized Leaky Lens Antenna for Tightly Spaced FPAs
MO-SP.1A.911:00
Okan Yurduseven, Nuria Llombart, Andrea Neto, Delft University of Technology, Netherlands
A Modal Approach to Shape Synthesis and Feed Placement for Planar MIMO Antennas
Binbin Yang, Jacob Adams, North Carolina State University, United States
MO-SP.2A.911:00
Use of nano-antennae and on-chip focusing for increasing the local field enhancement
MO-SP.1A.1011:20
Radu Malureanu, Technical University of Denmark, Denmark; Vladimir Zenin, University of Southern
Denmark, Denmark; Andrei Andryieuski, Technical University of Denmark, Denmark; Ilya Radko, Valentyn
Volkov, University of Southern Denmark, Denmark; Dmitri Gramotnev, Nanophotonics Pty. Ltd., Australia;
Andrei Lavrinenko, Technical University of Denmark, Denmark; Sergey Bozhevolnyi, University of Southern
Denmark, Denmark
Compact U-shape Ultra-wideband Antenna with Characteristic Mode Analysis for TV White
Space Communications
Qianyun Zhang, Yue Gao, Clive G. Parini, Queen Mary University of London, United Kingdom
MO-SP.2A.1011:20
High Quality-Factor, All-Dielectric, Fano Metasurfaces at Near Infrared Frequencies
Michael Sinclair, Sandia National Laboratories, United States
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B
Monday, June 27
MO-UB.1A
08:00 - 11:40
Grand Atlantic Salon III
Monday, June 27
MO-A1.1A
08:00 - 11:40
Grand Caribbean Salon I-II
Metamaterials: Theoretical Studies and Novel Designs
Microstrip Antennas I
MO-UB.1A.108:00
MO-A1.1A.108:00
Session Co-Chairs: Loic Markley, University of British Columbia; Dimitrios Sounas, University
of Texas at Austin
Session Co-Chairs: Satish Sharma, San Diego State University; Constantine Balanis, Arizona
State University
Discrete and Continuous Spectrum in Subwavelength Imaging with Wire-Medium Type
Lenses
A Compact Circularly-Polarized Conformal Antenna Using An Anisotropic Artificial Ground
Zhi Hao Jiang, Douglas Werner, The Pennsylvania State University, United States
Francisco Mesa, University of Seville, Spain; Ali Forouzmand, Alexander B. Yakovlev, University of
Mississippi, United States; George W. Hanson, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, United States;
Francisco Medina, Raul Rodriguez-Berral, University of Seville, Spain
MO-A1.1A.208:20
Hybrid Perturbations in Stacked Ring-Patch Antennas for Wide Beamwidth Circular
Polarization
Mohammad S. Hossain, Saeed I. Latif, University of South Alabama, United States; Satish Sharma, San
Diego State University, United States; Mohammad S. Alam, University of South Alabama, United States
MO-UB.1A.208:20
Optimization of Metamaterials for Improving Antenna Performance
David Mahoney, Alkim Akyurtlu, University of Massachusetts Lowell, United States
MO-A1.1A.308:40
A Monopole Quasi Yagi Antenna for the LTE APT 700 MHz band
MO-UB.1A.308:40
Cloaking in Diffusive Media using Scattering Cancellation Technique
Martínez Odiaga, Hansel Joussef Martínez Odiaga, Yarlequé Medina, Manuel Augusto Yarleque Medina,
Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú, Peru
Mohamed Farhat, King Abdullah University of Science and Technology, Saudi Arabia; Pai-Yen Chen,
Wayne State University, United States; Sebastien Guenneau, Aix-Marseille University, France; Hakan
Bagci, Khaled Salama, King Abdullah University of Science and Technology, Saudi Arabia; Andrea Alù, The
University of Texas at Austin, United States
MO-A1.1A.409:00
Printed modified folded asymmetric dipole antenna for LTE/WLAN band applications
Chia-Mei Peng, I-Fong Chen, Yue-Ji Zhang, Zhi-You Liao, Jinwen University of Science and Technology,
Taiwan
MO-UB.1A.409:00
Local Permittivity of Bounded Wire Medium Structures
MO-A1.1A.509:20
Maziar Hedayati, Alexander B. Yakovlev, University of Mississippi, United States; Mario G. Silveirinha,
University of Lisbon, Portugal; George W. Hanson, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, United States
Characteristic Mode Analysis of Excitation Feed Probes in Microstrip Patch Antennas
Mohamed Elsewe, Deb Chatterjee, University of Missouri–Kansas City, United States
MO-UB.1A.509:20
Break09:40
Non-Reciprocal Wave Propagation in Moving ENZ Media
Dimitrios Sounas, Andrea Alù, The University of Texas at Austin, United States
MO-A1.1A.610:00
Wideband Circularly Polarized Antenna Using Parasitic Strip, Stub and Slot
Break09:40
Mehrdad Nosrati, Stevens Institute of Technology, United States; Abdolali Abdipour, AmirKabir University
of Technology, Iran; Negar Tavassolian, Stevens Institute of Technology, United States
MO-UB.1A.610:00
A Novel Slow Wave Structure for V-band Traveling Wave Tube
Muhammed Zuboraj, The Ohio State University ElectroScience Laboratory, United States; Niru K. Nahar,
John Volakis, The Ohio State University, United States
MO-A1.1A.710:20
MO-UB.1A.710:20
Azzeddin Naghar, Ana Vazquez Alejos, University of Vigo, Spain; Otman Aghzout, Abdelmalek Essaadi
University, Morocco; Francisco Falcone, Universidad Pública de Navarra, Spain
UWB Tapered Microstrip Antenna With Wideband Notch Using single Split Ring Resonators
Shaped Parasitic Conductor
Achieving Left-Handedness in Magnetodielectric Metamaterials
Loïc Markley, University of British Columbia, Canada
MO-A1.1A.810:40
MO-UB.1A.810:40
Lorentz Theory Limitations in Metamaterial Scattering Analysis
Design of a Microstrip Patch Antenna for Microwave Sensing of Petroleum Production
Lines
MO-UB.1A.911:00
MO-A1.1A.911:00
Anton Kogan, Reuven Shavit, Ben-Gurion University of the Negev, Israel
Ali Foudazi, Kristen M. Donnell, Missouri University of Science and Technology, United States
Fundamental Bounds on Asymmetrical Structures Stemming from Time- Reversal
Symmetry
A Miniaturized Circularly Polarized Microstrip Antenna with Bandwidth Enhancement
Jianxing Li, Anxue Zhang, Xi’an Jiaotong University, China; William T. Joines, Qing Huo Liu, Duke
University, United States
Dimitrios Sounas, Andrea Alù, The University of Texas at Austin, United States
MO-UB.1A.1011:20
MO-A1.1A.1011:20
Dual-Band Directional Coupler Design
Microstrip Antenna Design For UWB Applications
Austin Gagnon, Abdullah Eroglu, Purdue University, United States
Moh’d Ghaith Al-Halawani, Mohammed Al-Najjar, German Jordan University, Jordan; Mohamed
Abdelazeez, The University of Jordan, Jordan
38
Monday, June 27
MO-A3.1A
08:00 - 09:40
Grand Caribbean Salon VII-VIII
B
Domain Decomposition Methods for Integral Equations
Monday, June 27
MO-UB.2A
08:00 - 11:20
Culebra
Antenna Arrays I
Session Co-Chairs: Zhen Peng, The University of New Mexico; Jianming Jin, University of
Illinois
Session Co-Chairs: Angelo Freni, University of Firenze; Meisong Tong
MO-UB.2A.108:00
Design of Double-Layer Transmitarray Antenna based on 3D Printing Technology
MO-A3.1A.108:00
A Domain Decomposition based Surface Integral Equation Solver for Characterizing
Electromagnetic Wave Propagation in Mine Environments
Ahmed Abdelrahman, Hao Xin, University of Arizona, United States
MO-UB.2A.208:20
Weitian Sheng, University of Michigan, United States; Abdulkadir Yücel, Massachusetts Institute of
Technology, United States; Eric Michielssen, University of Michigan, United States
Comparison of the Edge Effects in Finite Connected Array of Dipoles and Slots in Relation
to the Load Impedance
MO-A3.1A.208:20
Daniele Cavallo, Waqas Hassan Syed, Andrea Neto, Delft University of Technology, Netherlands
A Multi-Scale Surface Integral Equation Domain Decomposition Method for High-Fidelity
Electromagnetic Simulation
MO-UB.2A.308:40
A Small-Aperture, Ultra-Wideband HF/VHF Direction Finding System Using Synthesized
Rotating Null Patterns
Hong-Wei Gao, Zhen Peng, University of New Mexico, United States; Xin-Qing Sheng, Beijing Institute of
Technology, China
Kasra Ghaemi, Ruyu Ma, Nader Behdad, University of Wisconsin-Madison, United States
MO-A3.1A.308:40
Numerical Analysis of Finite Periodic Array Antenna Using Novel Characteristic Basis
Function Method
MO-UB.2A.409:00
Keisuke Konno, Qiang Chen, Tohoku University, Japan; Robert Burkholder, The Ohio State University,
United States
Mohammad Ranjbar Nikkhah, Kasra Ghaemi, Nader Behdad, University of Wisconsin-Madison, United
States
MO-A3.1A.409:00
MO-UB.2A.509:20
Design of an Optimum Three-Element Biomimetic Antenna Array with a Triangular Lattice
Platform Placement for Sidelobe Mitigation in Mobile Sparse Arrays
A Non-Conformal Domain Decomposition Scheme Combined with Synthetic Basis Functions
Thomas Comberiate, Robert Schmid, Jason Hodkin, Jeffrey Nanzer, Johns Hopkins University Applied
Physics Laboratory, United States
Yibei Hou, Gaobiao Xiao, Shanghai Jiao Tong University, China
MO-A3.1A.509:20
Break09:40
A Simply Constructed Overlapped Domain Decomposition Method for Solving EM
Scattering from PEC Objects
MO-UB.2A.610:00
Rational Function Representation of the Time-Domain Scattering Matrix in Wideband
Microstrip Antenna Arrays
Kui Han, Zaiping Nie, Xiaofeng Que, University of Electronic Science and Technology of China, China
Monday, June 27
MO-A3.2A
Payam Nayeri, Randy L. Haupt, Colorado School of Mines, United States
10:00 - 11:40
Grand Caribbean Salon VII-VIII
MO-UB.2A.710:20
Hybrid Methods in Computational Electromagnetics
Cross-Polarization Degradation in Array Antennas Employing Asymmetrical Elements and
Possible Improvements
MO-A3.2A.110:00
MO-UB.2A.810:40
Session Chair: Vladimir Okhmatovski, University of Manitoba
Christos Kolitsidas, B. Lars. G. Jonsson, KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden
Cosecant Square Pattern Complementary Reflectarray: A Low Cost Solution for Radar
Applications
A Multi-Solver Framework for Electromagnetic Scattering from Complex Objects
Jian Guan, Su Yan, Jian-Ming Jin, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, United States
Giorgio Carluccio, Technical University of Delft, Netherlands; Agnese Mazzinghi, Angelo Freni, University
of Florence, Italy
MO-A3.2A.210:20
Measured Antenna Models for Numerical Simulations of Antenna Placement Scenarios
Lars Jacob Foged, Lucia Scialacqua, Francesco Saccardi, Francesca Mioc, MVG, Italy; Javier Leonardo
Araque Quijano, Universidad Nacional de Colombia, Colombia; Giuseppe Vecchi, Politecnico di Torino, Italy
MO-UB.2A.911:00
Analysis and Design of Spherical-Rectangular Printed Antenna Arrays
Oguz Demir, Aselsan Inc., Turkey; Gulbin Dural, Middle East Technical University, Turkey
MO-A3.2A.310:40
The Application of Complex Image Theory in Rapid Simulations of Electromagnetic
Logging While Drilling in Unparallel Layered Formation
Jing Wang, Weatherford International, United States; Jiefu Chen, University of Houston, United States
MO-A3.2A.411:00
Hybrid Electromagnetic Modeling in Layered Medium
Yi Ren, Chongqing University of Posts and Telecommunications, China; Jun Niu, Weifeng Huang, Qing Liu,
Duke University, United States
MO-A3.2A.511:20
Transient Analysis for Electromagnetic Scattering by Composite Objects Based on
Combined Field Integral Equations
Wen Jie Chen, Peng Cheng Wang, Mei Song Tong, Tongji University, China
39
Monday, June 27
MO-A5.1A
08:00 - 11:40
Vieques
Monday, June 27
MO-A1.2A
MIMO Antenna Systems
08:00 - 11:40
Icaco
Leaky-Wave Antennas
Session Co-Chairs: Ozlem Kilic, Catholic University of America; Yue Gao, Queen Mary
University of London
Session Chair: David Jackson, University of Houston
MO-A1.2A.108:00
Leaky Wave Antenna Integrated into Gap Waveguide Technology
MO-A5.1A.108:00
MIMO Antenna Design with Pixelated Radiator Surface for WLAN applications
Saber Soltani, Parisa Lotfi Poshtgol, The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, Hong Kong SAR
of China; Ross David Murch, Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, Hong Kong SAR of China
Mladen Vukomanovic, Zvonimir Sipus, University of Zagreb, Croatia; Jose-Luis Vazquez-Roy, Eva RajoIglesias, University Carlos III of Madrid, Spain; Oscar Quevedo-Teruel, KTH Royal Institute of Technology,
Sweden
MO-A5.1A.208:20
MO-A1.2A.208:20
Biao Peng, Queen Mary University of London, United Kingdom; Weijun Hong, Beijing University of Posts
and Telecommunications, China; Qianyun Zhang, Yue Gao, Queen Mary University of London, United
Kingdom; Jianfeng Zhu, Li Deng, Shufang Li, Beijing University of Posts and Telecommunications, China;
Qingsheng Zeng, University of Ottawa, Canada
Jose Luis Gomez-Tornero, Miguel Poveda-Garcia, Raul Guzman-Quiros, David Canete-Rebenaque, Technical
University of Cartagena, Spain
CPW-Fed Dual-Band MIMO Antenna Based on Harmonic Resonance With High Isolation
Reducing the Beam Squint in Scanned Leaky-Wave Antennas using Coupled SIW Cavities
MO-A1.2A.308:40
Beam-Steering Slotted Leaky Wave Antenna with Flexible Control of Azimuth Pattern
MO-A5.1A.308:40
Fatemeh Mohamadi Monavar, Souren Shamsinejad, Pedram Mousavi, University of Alberta, Canada
Circularly Polarized MIMO Antennas for Wireless LAN Applications
MO-A1.2A.409:00
Francesco Alessio Dicandia, Simone Genovesi, Agostino Monorchio, University of Pisa, Italy
MO-A5.1A.409:00
Achieving Linear Phase Through Geometrically-Compensated Transformation Domains
for Leaky-Wave Antenna Radiation
Xianshi Jing, The University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong SAR of China; Li Jun Jiang, University of Hong
Kong, Hong Kong SAR of China; Sheng Sun, The University of Electronic Science and Technology of China,
China; Lei Zhu, University of Macau, Macao SAR of China
MO-A1.2A.509:20
A Patch-Resonator-Based Butler Matrix with New Triangular Phase Shifters
Asif Al Noor, Loïc Markley, The University of British Columbia, Canada
Capacitively Tuned Sinusoidally Modulated Leaky Wave Antennas
Anastasios H. Panaretos, Douglas Werner, The Pennsylvania State University, United States
MO-A5.1A.509:20
Rotman Lens-Fed Aperture Coupled Array Antenna at Millimeter Wave
Break09:40
Tuan Nguyen, Toan Vo Dai, Ozlem Kilic, The Catholic University of America, United States
MO-A1.2A.610:00
Radiation characteristics of leaky-wave antenna using ridge-loaded composite right/lefthanded cylindrical waveguides
Break09:40
MO-A5.1A.610:00
Shigeyuki Nishimura, Hiroyuki Deguchi, Mikio Tsuji, Doshisha University, Japan
Dual-band Antenna Pair for MIMO WiFi Compact Mobile Terminals
Chi-Yuk Chiu, Shanpu Shen, The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, Hong Kong SAR of
China; Ross David Murch, Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, Hong Kong SAR of China
MO-A1.2A.710:20
Pulse Radiation from a Leaky-Wave Antenna
Nghia Nguyen-Trong, Christophe Fumeaux, University of Adelaide, Australia; Shulabh Gupta, Christophe
Caloz, École Polytechnique de Montréal, Canada
MO-A5.1A.710:20
Triple band MIMO antenna
Mitsuo Taguchi, Toshiki Tsutsumi, Nagasaki University, Japan
MO-A1.2A.810:40
Spoof Surface Plasmon-based Leaky Wave Antennas
MO-A5.1A.810:40
Amin Kianinejad, Zhi Ning Chen, Cheng-Wei Qiu, National University of Singapore, Singapore
A 4-Element Dual Wideband Circular Yagi MIMO Antenna System with Loop Excitation
Syed Jehangir, Abdelmoniem T. Hassan, Mohammad S. Sharawi, King Fahd University of Petroleum and
Minerals, Saudi Arabia
MO-A1.2A.911:00
Polarization Purity Improvement of a Coupled-Line Leaky-Wave Antenna
Izabela Slomian, Krzysztof Wincza, Slawomir Gruszczynski, Artur Rydosz, AGH University of Science and
Technology, Poland
MO-A5.1A.911:00
Novel Four-port Antennas Backed by Co-located Dual Cavities for Dual-band and Dualpolarized MIMO Applications
MO-A1.2A.1011:20
Radiation Properties and Modal Analysis of 2-D Periodic Leaky-Wave Antennas at
Microwave and Optical Frequencies
Yi-Cheng Lin, He-Sheng Lin, National Taiwan University, Taiwan
MO-A5.1A.1011:20
Sohini Sengupta, David R. Jackson, Stuart A. Long, University of Houston, United States
Low profile 6-Element Modified-Monopole MIMO Antenna System for Mobile Applications
Muhammad Ikram, Rifaqat Hussain, Mohammad S. Sharawi, King Fahd University of Petroleum and
Minerals, Saudi Arabia
40
Monday, June 27
MO-A2.1A
08:00 - 11:40
Palominito
Monday, June 27
MO-A5.2A
08:00 - 11:40
Palmas
Metasurfaces for Antenna Applications
Vehicular Antennas and Applications
MO-A2.1A.108:00
MO-A5.2A.108:00
Session Chair: Scott Rudolph, Naval Research Laboratory
Session Co-Chairs: Chi-Chih Chen, The Ohio State University; Steven Weiss, U.S. Army
Verification of Radiation Pattern Control Using a Cylindrical Metasurface
High-Impedance Amplifier in Combination with Coated FM Windscreen Diversity Antennas
Brian Raeker, Scott Rudolph, US Naval Research Laboratory, United States
Alexander Boege, Leopold Reiter, Stefan Lindenmeier, University of the Bundeswehr Munich, Germany
MO-A2.1A.208:20
MO-A5.2A.208:20
Spherical Metasurface for Radiation Pattern Control
Low Profile Vehicular Antenna for Wideband High Frequency Communications
Brian Raeker, Scott Rudolph, US Naval Research Laboratory, United States
Bradley Allen, Maxim Ignatenko, Dejan Filipovic, University of Colorado Boulder, United States
MO-A2.1A.308:40
MO-A5.2A.308:40
Reflectionless Wide-Angle Beam Splitter based on Omega-Type Bianisotropic Metasurface
Compact and Low-Profile Conical Antenna for Automotive DSRC Application
Ariel Epstein, George V. Eleftheriades, University of Toronto, Canada
Chong-Yi Liou, Shau-Gang Mao, National Taiwan University, Taiwan; Tsun-Chieh Chiang, Chia-Tai Tsai,
ITRI, Taiwan
MO-A2.1A.409:00
Dual-Pol Metasurface Antenna Supporting Transverse Magnetic and Electric Surface
Waves
MO-A5.2A.409:00
Low Profile Wideband Inverted-L Antenna for the M-ATV On-The-Move HF Communication
Saurabh Sanghai, Maxim Ignatenko, Dejan Filipovic, University of Colorado Boulder, United States
Amagoia Tellechea, Iñigo Ederra, Juan Carlos Iriarte, Ramon Gonzalo, Public University of Navarre, Spain;
Francesco Caminita, Enrica Martini, Stefano Maci, University of Siena, Italy
MO-A5.2A.509:20
A CP-GPS Antenna Using Low Temperature Cofired Ceramic Technology
MO-A2.1A.509:20
Jamal Zaid, Mohammadmahdi Farahani, Instituit National de la Recherche Scientifique, Canada; Tayeb
A. Denidni, Institute of National Research and Scientific (INRS), Canada
Multiple Beam Shared Aperture Modulated Metasurface Antennas
David González-Ovejero, Goutam Chattopadhyay, California Institute of Technology, United States;
Stefano Maci, University of Siena, Italy
Break09:40
Break09:40
MO-A5.2A.610:00
A UWB Antenna for X-Band Automotive Applications
MO-A2.1A.610:00
Vittorio Franchina, Andrea Michel, Paolo Nepa, University of Pisa, Italy; Ilenia Moro, Daniel Zamberlan,
Calearo Antenne S.p.A., Italy
Analysis and Synthesis of Cascaded Metasurfaces Using Wave Matrices
Mohammadamin Ranjbar, Anthony Grbic, University of Michigan, United States
MO-A5.2A.710:20
MO-A2.1A.710:20
Study of the Electric Field Enhancement of High-Impedance Surfaces
Wideband Circularly Polarized Fan-Shaped Antenna On a HIS Structure
MO-A2.1A.810:40
MO-A5.2A.810:40
Behrouz Babakhani, Satish Sharma, San Diego State University, United States
Aobo Li, Ebrahim Forati, Daniel Sievenpiper, University of California, San Diego, United States
Design of AZO Film for Optically Transparent Antennas
Discrete Dipole Approximation for the Simulation of the Edge Effects on Metasurfaces
Maria Zamudio, University of New Mexico, United States; Tito Busani, Center of High Technology
Materials, United States; Youssef Tawk, Joseph Costantine, Christos Christodoulou, University of New
Mexico, United States
Laura Maria Pulido Mancera, Mohammadreza F. Imani, David R. Smith, Duke University, United States
MO-A2.1A.911:00
PML Inspired Transparent Metamaterials
MO-A5.2A.911:00
Nima Chamanara, Christophe Caloz, Polytechnique Montréal, Canada
Design of a Vertically Polarized Omni-Directional Antenna at Ka-Band
MO-A2.1A.1011:20
Ismail Güngör, Alper Ünal, Meteksan Savunma, Turkey
Orbital Angular Momentum (OAM) Generation by Composite PEC-PMC Metasurfaces in
Microwave Regime
MO-A5.2A.1011:20
Approximate Methods to Determine the Isolation between Antennas on Vehicles
Menglin L.N. Chen, The University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong SAR of China; Li Jun Jiang, Wei E.I. Sha,
University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong SAR of China
Johan Malmström, Henrik Frid, B. Lars. G. Jonsson, KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden
41
Monday, June 27
MO-A1.3A
08:00 - 11:20
Ceiba
Dielectric Resonator Antennas
Monday, June 27
MO-A5.3A
08:00 - 11:40
Siete Mares
Wireless Power Transfer Antennas
Session Co-Chairs: Yahya Antar, Royal Military College; Stuart Long, University of Houston
Session Co-Chairs: Stavros Georgakopoulos, Florida International University; Yongxin Guo,
National University of Singapore
MO-A1.3A.108:00
A High Gain Aperture Coupled Cylindrical Dielectric Resonator Antenna With Metamaterial
superstrate
MO-A5.3A.108:00
Electromagnetic Energy Harvesting using Dielectric Resonator Antenna
Ahmed Ashoor, Omar Ramahi, University of Waterloo, Canada
Mruthyunjaya Warad, Abhishek Sharma, Chandra Shekhar Prasad, Animesh Biswas, Indian Institute of
Technology Kanpur, India
MO-A5.3A.208:20
High Permittivity Dielectric Resonators for Wireless Power Transfer System
MO-A1.3A.208:20
Mingzhao Song, Pavel Belov, Polina Kapitanova, ITMO University, Russian Federation
A Broadband Cavity Backed Circularly Polarized Slot Coupled DRA Antenna
Meliksah Yayan, Onurhan Duman, Mehmet Altuntas, Meteksan Defence Ind. Inc., Turkey
MO-A5.3A.308:40
Miniaturized Strongly Coupled Magnetic Resonant Systems for Wireless Power Transfer
MO-A1.3A.308:40
Hao Hu, Daerhan Liu, Stavros Georgakopoulos, Florida International University, United States
Design of Circular Polarized DRAs with Improved Axial Ratio Bandwidth
Stanislav Ogurtsov, Slawomir Koziel, Reykjavik University, Iceland
MO-A5.3A.409:00
A 6.78 MHz and 13.56 MHz Dual-Band Coil Module with a Repeater for Wireless Power
Transfer Systems
MO-A1.3A.409:00
Gain Enhanced Omnidirectional Cylindrical Ring Dielectric Resonator Antenna
Ming-Lung Kung, Ken-Huang Lin, National Sun Yat-sen University, Taiwan
Li Ying Feng, Tianjin University of Technology and Education, China; Yuxiang Sun, Kwok Wa Leung, City
University of Hong Kong, China
MO-A5.3A.509:20
Compact Conformal Strongly Coupled Magnetic Resonant Devices for Medical Applications
MO-A1.3A.509:20
Hight-Gain Circular Polarised Hybrid DRA for Millimeter-Wave
Pablo Gonzalez, Kun Bao, Karina Quintana, Stavros Georgakopoulos, Florida International University,
United States
Mejdi Laribi, Nadir Hakem, Université du Québec en Abitibi-Témiscamingue, Canada
Break09:40
Break09:40
MO-A1.3A.610:00
MO-A5.3A.610:00
Wael M. Abdel-Wahab, Hussam Al-Saedi, University of Waterloo, Canada; Ying Wang, University of
Ontario Institute of Technology, Canada; Safieddin Safavi-Naeini, University of Waterloo, Canada
Mohsen Koohestani, Maxim Zhadobov, Mauro Ettorre, Institut d’Electronique et de Télécommunications
de Rennes (IETR), Université de Rennes 1, UMR CNRS 6164, 35042 Rennes Cedex, France), France
Wireless Power Transfer in Presence of a Body
DRA Array Fed by Folded SIW Feeding Network
MO-A5.3A.710:20
MO-A1.3A.710:20
High Efficiency Wireless Power Transmission Method using Oval Double Spiral Coil
Circular Waveguide Feed to the Multilayer DRA
Shun Hasegawa, Hisao Iwasaki, Shibaura Institute of Technology, Japan
Bratin Ghosh, Ajay Kumar Tiwari, Dhrubajyoti Bhattacharya, Pranab Kumar Goswami, Indian Institute of
Technology, India
MO-A5.3A.810:40
Design Considerations for Dual-band Wireless Powering and Telemetry in Implantable
Devices
MO-A1.3A.810:40
Dual-polarized Conical Dielectric Resonator Antenna with Hybrid Feed Mechanism
Beijia Liu, Jinghui Qiu, Shu Lin, Oleksandr Denisov, Harbin Institute of Technology, China
Rangarajan Jegadeesan, Dian Sheng Wong, Nitish Vyomesh Thakor, Singapore Institute for
Neurotechnology, NUS, Singapore; Yong-Xin Guo, National University of Singapore, Singapore
MO-A1.3A.911:00
A Novel Dual-band Dual-Polarized Dielectric Resonator Antenna with High Isolation
MO-A5.3A.911:00
Xiang Shuai, Zhi-Shuang Gong, Hui-Lin Tu, Qiang Gao, University of Electronic Science and Technology of
China, China; Shao-Qiu Xiao, University of Electronic Science and Technology of China, China
Design of a Compact Implantable Rectenna for Wireless Pacing Applications
Sajid Asif, Benjamin Braaten, North Dakota State University, United States
MO-A5.3A.1011:20
Near-Field Focusing using MUSIC Algorithm for Wireless Power Transmission
Boules Mouris, Tamer Ali, Islam A. Eshrah, Cairo University, Egypt; Ashraf Badawi, Zewail City of Science
and Technology, Egypt
42
Monday, June 27
MO-A4.1A
08:00 - 09:20
Las Croabas
Monday, June 27
MO-A1.4A
08:00 - 11:40
Grand Caribbean Salon VI
Radar-Based Imaging Techniques and Applications
Matching and Antenna Feeds
MO-A4.1A.108:00
MO-A1.4A.108:00
Session Co-Chairs: Yang Hao, Queen Mary University; Thomas Weldon, UNC Charlotte
Improved Bode-Fano Broadband Matching Bound
ISAR Near-Field Imaging using Monostatic-Bistatic Equivalence and Plane-Wave Expansion
Ding Nie, Bertrand Hochwald, University of Notre Dame, United States
Ole Neitz, Technical University of Munich, Germany; Thomas Eibert, Technische Universität München,
Germany
MO-A1.4A.208:20
MIMO Ground Penetrating Radar Imaging Using Total Variation Minimization
Bandwidth as a Function of Number of Sources and Loads in Multiport Radio-Frequency
Systems
MO-A4.1A.308:40
MO-A1.4A.308:40
MO-A4.1A.208:20
Ahmad Hoorfar, Wenji Zhang, Villanova University, United States
Ding Nie, Bertrand Hochwald, University of Notre Dame, United States
Application of Hybrid ATI/DPCA Method for Moving Human Target Detection in Forest
Environments
Maximum Power Transfer versus Efficiency
Mohammad Abdallah, Tapan K. Sarkar, Syracuse University, United States; Magdalena Salazar-Palma,
Universidad Carlos III de Madrid, Spain
DaHan Liao, U.S. Army Research Laboratory, United States
MO-A1.4A.409:00
MO-A4.1A.409:00
CPW-Fed Capacitive Coupled Slot Antenna with Finite Ground Plane
Clutter Rejection and Object Separation in Active Milimeter-Wave Imaging System
Arpan Shah, Pooja Tendolkar, Jaypal Jagdish Baviskar, Veermata Jijabai Technological Institute (VJTI),
India; Amol Baviskar, Om Gurudev College of Engineering, India; Afshan Mulla, University Of Maryland,
College Park, India
Vahid Amin-Nili, Mohammad Fakharzadeh, Zahra Kavehvash, Sharif University of Technology, Iran
C
Monday, June 27
MO-UC.1A
10:00 - 11:40
Las Croabas
MO-A1.4A.509:20
Radiation-Q bound of a Small non-Foster Antenna
Deepak Singh Nagarkoti, Yang Hao, Khalid Z. Rajab, Queen Mary University of London, United Kingdom
Emerging Applications of Radar and Sensing Systems
Session Chair: Juan Sebastian Gomez Diaz, University of Texas at Austin
Break09:40
MO-UC.1A.110:00
MO-A1.4A.610:00
Experimental Results in Spatial Channel Prediction for Eavesdropping on Link Signature
Based Key Generation
Validation of an Equivalent Circuit Model for a Loop-coupled Cylindrical Helical Antenna
Yin He, Deniz Bolukbas, The University of British Columbia, Canada; David G. Michelson, University of
British Columbia, Canada
Eric Brown, Kiersten Kerby-Patel, University of Massachusetts Boston, United States
MO-A1.4A.710:20
MO-UC.1A.210:20
Direct Mapping Method for Time Difference of Arrival Based Geolocation
Thevenin Forms of Digital Discrete-Time Non-Foster RC and RL Circuits
MO-UC.1A.310:40
MO-A1.4A.810:40
Patrick Kehoe, Killian Steer, Thomas Weldon, University of North Carolina at Charlotte, United States
Andrew Kintz, Inder Gupta, The Ohio State University, United States
Measurement of a Fast-Wave Line Using Digital Non-Foster Circuits for SoftwareAdjustable Delay
Surrogate Bicycle for Automotive Radar Pre-Collision Testing
Domenic Belgiovane, Chi-Chih Chen, The Ohio State University, United States
Kathryn Smith, Ryan Adams, Thomas Weldon, University of North Carolina at Charlotte, United States
MO-UC.1A.411:00
Enhance Vital Signs Detection Using MIMO UWB Radar System by Coherently Accumulating
Multiple Channel Data
MO-A1.4A.911:00
Effect of Feeding Techniques on U-slot loaded Microstrip Patch
Mahrukh Khan, Deb Chatterjee, University of Missouri–Kansas City, United States
Lingyun Ren, Samira Boualleg, University of Tennessee, United States; Aly E. Fathy, University of
Tennessee at Knoxville, United States
MO-A1.4A.1011:20
Multi-port Ladder Impedance Matching for Compact MIMO Communication Systems
MO-UC.1A.511:20
Shanpu Shen, Chi-Yuk Chiu, Ross David Murch, Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, Hong
Kong SAR of China
Multilook SAR processing for detection of sloped internal ice sheet layers in Greenland
glaciers
Akhilesh Mishra, University of Kansas, United States
43
Monday, June 27
MO-A1.5A
08:00 - 11:40
Grand Caribbean Salon III
Design and Applications of Multiband Antennas
Monday, June 27
MO-SP.1P
Special Session
13:20 - 17:00
Grand Atlantic Salon I
Multiscale Multiphysics Computational Techniques and Applications
Session Chair: Amir I. Zaghloul, Army Research Laboratory
Session Co-Chairs: Weng Cho Chew, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign; Qing Huo
Liu, Duke University
MO-A1.5A.108:00
Geometry Scaling of Dual-Band Antennas through Inverse Surrogate Models
MO-SP.1P.113:20
Finite-Difference Time-Domain Simulation of the Maxwell-Schrodinger System
Slawomir Koziel, Adrian Bekasiewicz, Reykjavik University, Iceland
Christopher Ryu, Aiyin Liu, Weng Cho Chew, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, United States;
Wei E.I. Sha, Li Jun Jiang, University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong SAR of China
MO-A1.5A.208:20
Design of a Multi-band, Dual Substrate Concentric Annular Ring Antenna
MO-SP.1P.213:40
Gregory Mitchell, Amir Zaghloul, U.S. Army Research Laboratory, United States
Solving Schrodinger Equation for Excitons in Multilayered Media
MO-A1.5A.308:40
Ergun Simsek, George Washington University, United States
Design of HMSIW Fed Dual Frequency Microstrip Patch Antenna for X-band Applications
MO-SP.1P.314:00
G. V. Krishna Reddy, Soumava Mukherjee, Animesh Biswas, Indian Institute of Technology Kanpur, India
Hybrid DGTD method with FDTD/SETD/FETD
MO-A1.5A.409:00
Qingtao Sun, Qing Huo Liu, Duke University, United States
CPW-Fed Dual-/Tri-Band Slot Antenna Based on Multi-Mode Slot Line Resonator
MO-SP.1P.414:20
Biao Peng, Queen Mary University of London, United Kingdom; Shufang Li, Beijing University of Posts
and Telecommunications, China; Qianyun Zhang, Yue Gao, Queen Mary University of London, United
Kingdom; Jianfeng Zhu, Li Deng, Beijing University of Posts and Telecommunications, China; Qingsheng
Zeng, University of Ottawa, Canada
Multiscale Electromagnetic Modeling Using Double-Higher-Order Quadrilateral Meshes
and Parallel MoM-SIE Direct Solutions
Branislav M. Notaroš, Ana Manic, Aaron P. Smull, Sanja Manic, Colorado State University, United States;
Xiaoye Sherry Li, François-Henry Rouet, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, United States
MO-A1.5A.509:20
Dual-Band Slot Antenna Design with a Thin Cavity
MO-SP.1P.514:40
Chaoping Hsieh, National Applied Research Laboratories, Taiwan; Chichang Hung, National Central
University, Taiwan; Ta-Yeh Lin, National Applied Research Laboratories, Taiwan; Tsenchieh Chiu, National
Central University, Taiwan; Da-Chiang Chang, National Applied Research Laboratories, Taiwan
The Broadband Green’s Funtion Applied to Band Diagram Simulation of 2D Perodic
Noncircular Dielectric Scatterers
Shurun Tan, Leung Tsang, University of Michigan, United States
Break09:40
Break15:00
MO-A1.5A.610:00
MO-SP.1P.615:20
Novel Design of Dual-Band Conical Dielectric Resonator Antenna with Circular Patch Feed
Singular and Hierarchical Vector Functions for Multiscale Problems
Beijia Liu, Jinghui Qiu, Shengchang Lan, Oleksandr Denisov, Harbin Institute of Technology, China
Roberto D. Graglia, Politecnico di Torino, Italy; Andrew F. Peterson, Georgia Institute of Technology, United
States; Paolo Petrini, Ladislau Matekovits, Politecnico di Torino, Italy
MO-A1.5A.710:20
Hybrid Minkowski Fractal Island Antenna Operating in Two Bands of GPS Satellite System
MO-SP.1P.715:40
Thanh Nghia Cao, Vinh University, Viet Nam; Wojciech Krzysztofik, Wroclaw University of Technology,
Poland
Reverse Operation Self-consistent Evaluation for Curved Domain Interfaces in Nonconformal Domain Decomposition Methods
Dongwei Li, Yongpin P. Chen, Cagdas Gunes, Jin-Fa Lee, The Ohio State University, United States
MO-A1.5A.810:40
Low-Profile Antenna for Bluetooth® and Dual-Band Wi-Fi Coexistence in Wireless Access
Points
MO-SP.1P.816:00
Direct Synthesis Algorithms for Time-Domain Inverse Design of Electromagnetic Structures
with Nonlinear Circuits
Mehrbod Mohajer, Eran Dor, Gregory Magin, Eyal Hochdorf, Qualcomm Atheros, Inc., United States
Yanpu Zhao, Dan Jiao, Purdue University, United States
MO-A1.5A.911:00
Dual Band Antenna for Disaster Prevention Helmet
MO-SP.1P.916:20
Nur Fatin Fatina Binti Mohd Ramli, Hisao Iwasaki, Shibaura Institute of Technology, Japan
Enhanced Second Harmonic Generation in a Plasmonic Particle-in-cavity Nanoantenna
Xiaoyan Xiong, The University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong SAR of China; Li Jun Jiang, Wei E.I. Sha,
University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong SAR of China; Yat Hei Lo, The University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong
SAR of China
MO-A1.5A.1011:20
Miniaturized Low Profile Dual-Band Antenna Enabled by a Novel Two-Layered Metasurface
Loaded with CSRRs and Rectangular Patches
Taiwei Yue, Zhi Hao Jiang, Douglas Werner, The Pennsylvania State University, United States
MO-SP.1P.1016:40
Unstructured-Grid and Conservative Electromagnetic Particle-in-Cell: Application to
Micromachined Slow-Wave Structures
Dong-Yeop Na, Fernando L. Teixeira, The Ohio State University, United States; Yuri A. Omelchenko, Trinum
Research Inc., United States
44
Monday, June 27
MO-SP.2P
Special Session
13:20 - 16:40
Grand Atlantic Salon II
Terahertz Antennas, Interconnects and Systems
Monday, June 27
MO-A2.1P
13:20 - 16:40
Grand Atlantic Salon III
Metamaterial-Inspired Antennas
Session Chair: Goutam Chattopadhyay, NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory
Session Co-Chairs: Juan Sebastian Gomez Diaz, University of Texas at Austin; Richard
Ziolkowski, University of Arizona
MO-SP.2P.113:20
On-Chip “Baluntennas” for Differential-Mode Non-Contact Characterization of mmW/THz
Devices and ICs
MO-A2.1P.113:20
MO-SP.2P.213:40
MO-A2.1P.213:40
Novel Dual-Band Open-Ended Zeroth-Order Resonant Antenna
Pei-Ling Chi, En Deng, National Chiao Tung University, Taiwan
Cosan Caglayan, Kubilay Sertel, The Ohio State University, United States
High Gain Off-body Antenna based on combination AMC-FSS Structure for Underground
Mining Communications
Sub-millimeter wave Low-profile Imaging Modules (SLIMs)
Georgios Trichopoulos, Arizona State University, United States
Amine Habani, Mourad Nedil, Université du Québec en Abitibi-Témiscamingue, Canada; Farid Ghanem,
Centre de développement des technologies avancées, Algeria; Moulay El Azhari, University of Quebec in
Abitibi-Temiscamingue, Canada
MO-SP.2P.314:00
mm-Wave Contactless Connection for MMIC Integration in Gap Waveguides
Alhassan Aljarosha, Rob Maaskant, Ashraf Uz Zaman, Per-Simon Kildal, Chalmers University of Technology,
Sweden
MO-A2.1P.314:00
Design of volumetric sub-THz negative refractive index metamaterial with gain
MO-SP.2P.414:20
Adnan Kantemur, Qi Tang, Hao Xin, University of Arizona, United States
W-band Spatial Power Combiner and Splitter in Gap Waveguide Technology
MO-A2.1P.414:20
Waqar Ali Shah, Rob Maaskant, Ashraf Uz Zaman, Marianna Ivashina, Per-Simon Kildal, Chalmers
University of Technology, Sweden
Miniaturized Quasi-Yagi Antenna Based on Metaedge Reflector
Kepei Sun, Jun H. (Brandon) Choi, Jay Kyoon Lee, Syracuse University, United States
MO-SP.2P.514:40
Design of Antennas for 3D Wireless Network-on-Chip with Micro-Fluidic Cooling Layers
MO-A2.1P.514:40
Wide-band Broadside Radiation from a Double Metaline System
Chetan Kumar Munuswamy, Jayanti Venkataraman, Amlan Ganguly, Rochester Institute of Technology,
United States
Hisamatsu Nakano, Kazutoshi Sakata, Junji Yamauchi, Hosei University, Japan
Break15:00
Break15:00
MO-SP.2P.615:20
MO-A2.1P.615:20
Design of a Fractal Antenna for Marine Rescue
THz Spatial Filter Integrating Bimaterial Switching for Sensors
Hongbin Liang, Mingbo Yao, Qi Zhu, University of Science and Technology of China, China
Varittha Sanphuang, Niru K. Nahar, John Volakis, The Ohio State University, United States
MO-SP.2P.715:40
MO-A2.1P.715:40
Saman Jafarlou, University of California, Irvine, United States; Mohammad Fakharzadeh, Sharif
University of Technology, Iran; Behzad Biglarbegian, SiBeam, United States; Mihai Tazlauanu, Peraso
Tech Inc, United States
Ashutosh Patri, Umang Shah, Gopi Shrikanth Reddy, Jayanta Mukherjee, Indian Institute of Technology
Bombay, India
Portable Metamaterial Inspired Directional Antenna for Underground Mine TTE
Communication
Characterization of Flip-chip Interconnect for mm-wave System in Package Applications
MO-SP.2P.816:00
MO-A2.1P.816:00
A Study of Metal Density Limitations on the Performance of On-chip Terahertz Waveguides
A Compact Dual Band D-CRLH Antenna with Radiation Pattern Directional Characteristics
Saman Jafarlou, Peyman Nazari, Payam Heydari, University of California, Irvine, United States
Mahmoud Abdalla, Mohamed Abdelnaser, MTC College, Egypt
MO-SP.2P.916:20
MO-A2.1P.916:20
High Gain CPW Coupled Disc Resonator Antenna for THz Applications
Compact Metamaterial-inspired Frequency Switchable Antenna for WiMAX/WLAN
Application
Kamel Sultan, Mohamed Basha, Zewail City of Science and Technology, Egypt
Sameer Sharma, Indian Institute of Technology Kanpur, India; Raghvendra Chaudhary, Indian School of
Mines Dhanbad, India
45
Monday, June 27
MO-A1.1P
13:20 - 17:00
Grand Caribbean Salon I-II
Monday, June 27
MO-A3.1P
13:20 - 17:00
Grand Caribbean Salon VII-VIII
Microstrip Antennas II
Accurate Discretizations of Integral Equations
MO-A1.1P.113:20
MO-A3.1P.113:20
Session Chair: Pai-Yen Chen, Wayne State University
Session Chair: Donald Wilton, University of Houston
Performance Analysis of a Microstrip Patch Antenna loaded with an Array of Metamaterial
Resonators
Direct Evaluation of Hyper-Singularity in Surface Integral Equation Using Quadrature by
Expansion
Daniel Cataño Ochoa, Instituto Tecnológico Metropolitano, Medellin, Colombia; David E. Senior,
Universidad Tecnológica de Bolívar, Cartagena, Colombia; Francisco Lopez Giraldo, Erick Reyes Vera,
Instituto Tecnológico Metropolitano, Medellin, Colombia
Shao-Xin Peng, Jin-Fa Lee, The Ohio State University, United States
MO-A3.1P.213:40
Two-Level Singularity Extraction for Curl-Type Operators in Layered-Medium Green’s
Functions
MO-A1.1P.213:40
Compact Wideband Stacked Microstrip Patch Antenna for a Medical Application
Dawei Li, Donald R. Wilton, David R. Jackson, Ji Chen, University of Houston, United States
Alireza Foroozesh, Dimitris Psychoudakis, Johnny Homer, Insoo Kim, Samsung Research America, United
States
MO-A3.1P.314:00
A Novel Coordinate Transformation Based Self-Coupling Computation Approach for the
Method of Moments
MO-A1.1P.314:00
Miniaturized EBG-Backed Textile Microstrip Patch Antenna for Bluetooth Wearable Sensor
Applications
Saumya Lal, Deloitte, United States; Kavya Subramanya, Ramesh Abhari, Santa Clara University, United
States
Li Li, Technical University of Munich, Germany; Li Jun Jiang, University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong SAR
of China; Sheng Sun, University of Electronic Science and Technology of China, China; Thomas Eibert,
Technische Universität München, Germany; Weng Cho Chew, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign,
United States
MO-A1.1P.414:20
MO-A3.1P.414:20
Cylindrical Conformal Microstrip Yagi Array with Endfire Radiation and Vertical
Polarization
Reverse Operation Self-consistent Evaluation for the Discontinuous Galerkin Integral
Equation
Yulong Xia, University of Science and Technology of China, China; Liangmengcheng Zhu, Shanxi Normal
University, China; Qi Zhu, University of Science and Technology of China, China
Xuezhe Tian, Shanghai Jiao Tong University, China; Yongpin P. Chen, Jin-Fa Lee, The Ohio State University,
United States; Gaobiao Xiao, Shanghai Jiao Tong University, China
MO-A1.1P.514:40
MO-A3.1P.514:40
Space Mapping Optimization of Aperture-coupled Patch Antennas using Circuit Models
Improved accuracy in the scattering analysis of infinitely long ferromagnetic objects
Brandt Klopper, Dirk De Villiers, Stellenbosch University, South Africa
Ivan Sekulic, Eduard Ubeda, Juan M. Rius, Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya, Spain
Break15:00
Break15:00
MO-A1.1P.615:20
MO-A3.1P.615:20
A Tri-Band Bandstop Filter Based on Shunt Stub-Loaded Resonator
Constrained Divergence-Conforming Bases
Liang Liu, Ronghong Jin, Fuwen Liu, Xudong Bai, Xianling Liang, Junping Geng, Yu Yao, Shanghai Jiao
Tong University, China
Rober Pfeiffer, John Young, Robert Adams, University of Kentucky, United States
MO-A3.1P.715:40
MO-A1.1P.715:40
Novel Formulations for Evaluating Hypersingular Volume Integrals over Cuboid Domains
A 6-7.9GHz Digital electrically Tunable UWB Filter Based on RF-MEMS
Zhi Guo Zhou, Shi Cong Wang, Mei Song Tong, Tongji University, China
Zhaoqing Sun, Hanlin Duan, Tianqi Jiao, Tao Jang, Harbin Engineering University, China
MO-A3.1P.816:00
MO-A1.1P.816:00
Correlation Analysis of Error Estimators for the EFIE
A Modified E-Shaped Triple-band Patch Antenna for LTE Communication Applications
Sang Kyu Kim, Andrew F. Peterson, Georgia Institute of Technology, United States
Kai Yu, Yingsong Li, Xianping Luo, Xiaomin Liu, Harbin Engineering University, China
MO-A3.1P.916:20
MO-A1.1P.916:20
Improving the Accuracy of MFIE and CFIE by Using Numerically Designed Testing Functions
Quasi-hemispherical-pattern Antenna with Complementary Magnetic Radiations
Bariscan Karaosmanoglu, Özgür S. Ergül, Middle East Technical University, Turkey
Ren Wang, Bing-Zhong Wang, Xiao Ding, Yueying Jia, Zhi-Shuang Gong, Qiang Gao, University of
Electronic Science and Technology of China, China
MO-A3.1P.1016:40
An Efficient Numerical Steepest Descent Path Method to Calculate the Physical Optics
Scattered Fields With Concave Phase Variations
MO-A1.1P.1016:40
Design of A Novel X-band Micrstrip Array Antenna with Wide band and Low Sidelobe Level
Yu Mao Wu, Si Jia Teng, Fudan University, China
Xiaopeng Lu, Qinghua Lai, East China Research Institute of Electronic Engineering, China
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B
Monday, June 27
MO-UB.1P
13:20 - 14:40
Culebra
Monday, June 27
MO-A5.1P
13:20 - 17:00
Vieques
Antenna Arrays II
MIMO Implementations and System Measurements
MO-UB.1P.113:20
MO-A5.1P.113:20
Session Co-Chairs: Chi-Chih Chen, The Ohio State University; John Volakis, The Ohio State
University
Session Co-Chairs: Jon Wallace, Brigham Young University; Mohammad Sharawi, King Fahd
University of Petroleum and Minerals (KFUPM)
Tightly-coupled Array with Tunable BW using Reconfigurable FFS/Superstrate
Simple Evaluation of the Multi-user MIMO Channel Spatial Covariance
Dimitrios Papantonis, Ersin Yetisir, The Ohio State University ElectroScience Laboratory, United States;
John Volakis, The Ohio State University, United States
Attiya Mahmood, Michael Jensen, Brigham Young University, United States
MO-A5.1P.213:40
Measured LTE Throughput for SISO, SIMO and MIMO in Polarization-Random-LOS
MO-UB.1P.213:40
Low Cost Dual-Polarized Antenna Array with High Cross-Polarization Isolation and Wide
Scanning Coverage
Madeleine Schilliger Kildal, Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden; Jan Carlsson, SP Technical
Research Institute of Sweden, Sweden; Andrés Alayón Glazunov, Per-Simon Kildal, Chalmers University
of Technology, Sweden
Matilda Livadaru, John Volakis, The Ohio State University, United States
MO-UB.1P.314:00
MO-A5.1P.314:00
Henry Vo, Chi-Chih Chen, The Ohio State University, United States; Peter Hagan, Yakup Bayram,
PaneraTech, Inc., United States
Rashid Mehmood, Brigham Young University, United States; Jon Wallace, Lafayette College, United
States; Michael Jensen, Brigham Young University, United States
A Low-Profile UWB Wide Scan-Angle Phased Array Antenna Design
LOS and NLOS Millimeter-wave MIMO Measurements at 24 GHz in a Hallway Environment
MO-UB.1P.414:20
MO-A5.1P.414:20
16-QAM Impedance Loading Board Design Supporting Single RF Beamspace MIMO System
A Steerable Yagi-Uda Array Antenna Using a Substrate Integrated Waveguide Rotman
Lens
Kyoungtae Lee, Il-Do Choi, Ju Yong Lee, KAIST Institute for IT Convergence, Republic of Korea
Javad Pourahmadazar, Canada National Institute of Scientific Research (INRS), Canada; Reza Karimian
Bahnemiri, Tayeb A. Denidni, Institute of National Research and Scientific (INRS), Canada
MO-A5.1P.514:40
Radio Circuitry Calibration for Reciprocal Channel-Based Secret Key Establishment
Attiya Mahmood, Michael Jensen, Brigham Young University, United States
Monday, June 27
MO-A1.2P
15:20 - 17:00
Culebra
Break15:00
MO-A5.1P.615:20
Zero-Forcing MIMO efficiency in Random Line-Of-Sight
Wideband Phased Arrays
Andrés Alayón Glazunov, Sadegh Mansouri Moghaddam, Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden
Session Co-Chairs: Loic Markley, University of British Columbia; John Logan, University of
Massachusetts Amherst
MO-A5.1P.715:40
Opportunities and Advances in Ultra-Wideband Electronically Scanned Arrays
Indoor Channel Capacity Measurement of Wide-Band MIMO Antenna with Isolation
Enhancement
MO-A1.2P.215:40
MO-A5.1P.816:00
Mohamed Lamine Seddiki, Nedil Mourad, Université du Québec en Abitibi-Témiscamingue, Canada; Farid
Ghanem, Centre de Développement des Technologies Avancées, Algeria
MO-A5.1P.916:20
MO-A1.2P.115:20
Rifaqat Hussain, Muhammad Ikram, Mohammad S. Sharawi, King Fahd University of Petroleum and
Minerals, Saudi Arabia
John Logan, University of Massachusetts Amherst, United States; Rick Kindt, Naval Research Laboratory,
United States; Michael Lee, Marinos N. Vouvakis, University of Massachusetts Amherst, United States
Feasibility Analysis of Polarimetric-Interference Alignment Beamforming in RichScattering Indoor Channels
Wideband Switched Beam Antenna Array With Circular Polarization For Undergound
Mines
Carlos Viteri-Mera, Fernando L. Teixeira, The Ohio State University, United States
On the Transmission Speed of Passive MIMO with Large Number of Antennas
MO-A1.2P.316:00
Naoki Honma, Ryota Takahashi, Yoshitaka Tsunekawa, Iwate University, Japan
Planar Ultrawideband Modular Antenna (PUMA) Wavelength-Scaled Array
Michael Lee, University of Massachusetts Amherst, United States; Rick Kindt, Naval Research Laboratory,
United States; Marinos N. Vouvakis, University of Massachusetts Amherst, United States
MO-A5.1P.1016:40
Performance Comparision of Antenna Array Configurations for LTE-R System
Yiru Liu, Bo Ai, Beijing Jiaotong University, China
MO-A1.2P.416:20
Decade-Bandwidth Low Cross-Polarization UWB Array
John Logan, Marinos N. Vouvakis, University of Massachusetts Amherst, United States
MO-A1.2P.516:40
Low-Cost Aperture-Coupled Integrated 60 GHz Phased Array Antenna in PCB Process
Tao Zhang, Lianming Li, Haiyang Xia, Dixian Zhao, Tiejun Cui, Southeast University, China
47
Monday, June 27
MO-A2.2P
13:20 - 17:00
Icaco
Monday, June 27
MO-A2.3P
Fabry-Perot Resonant Cavity Antennas I
13:20 - 17:00
Palominito
Advances in Metasurfaces
Session Co-Chairs: David Jackson, University of Houston; Ariel Epstein, University of Toronto
Session Co-Chairs: Hakan Bagci, King Abdullah University of Science and Technology
(KAUST); Christos Argyropoulos, University of Nebraska-Lincoln
MO-A2.2P.113:20
Tilted-Beam Superstrate Antenna with Low-Profile and High-Gain
MO-A2.3P.113:20
Magnetically-biased Graphene-based Hyperbolic Metasurfaces
Bybi P. Chacko, Gijo Augustin, National Institute of Scientific Research, Canada; Tayeb A. Denidni, Institute
of National Research and Scientific (INRS), Canada
Juan Sebastian Gomez Diaz, Andrea Alù, The University of Texas at Austin, United States
MO-A2.3P.213:40
MO-A2.2P.213:40
Green’s Function for Grounded Anisotropic Liquid Crystal Substrate
Broadband Polarizer and Leaky-Wave Antenna for Low Cost Ka-Band Applications
Santi Concetto Pavone, Francesco Caminita, Enrica Martini, Matteo Albani, Stefano Maci, University of
Siena, Italy
Darwin Blanco, Mauro Ettorre, Ronan Sauleau, University of Rennes 1, France
MO-A2.2P.314:00
Tapered EBG superstrates for low-permittivity resonator antennas
MO-A2.3P.314:00
Three-Dimensional Metasurfaces
Cristina Ponti, Roma Tre University, Italy; Paolo Baccarelli, Sapienza University of Rome, Italy; Silvio
Ceccuzzi, Giuseppe Schettini, Roma Tre University, Italy
Carl Pfeiffer, Anthony Grbic, University of Michigan, United States
MO-A2.3P.414:20
MO-A2.2P.414:20
Spacetime Processing Metasurfaces: GSTC Synthesis and Prospective Applications
A Planar Feeding Technique for Wideband, Low-Profile Resonant Cavity Antennas
Nima Chamanara, Yousef Vahabzadeh, Karim Achouri, Christophe Caloz, Polytechnique Montréal, Canada
Arslan Kiyani, Raheel Maqsood Hashmi, Karu P. Esselle, Macquarie University, Australia
MO-A2.3P.514:40
MO-A2.2P.514:40
Microwave Meta-Skin for Tunable Frequency Selective Surface and Flexible Invisibility
Cloak
V-band Wideband Fabry-Pérot Cavity Antenna made of Thick Partially-Reflective Surface
Alister Hosseini, Ahmad Almutawa, University of California, Irvine, United States; David R. Jackson,
University of Houston, United States; Filippo Capolino, University of California, Irvine, United States
Siming Yang, Peng Liu, Liang Dong, Jiming Song, Iowa State University, United States
Break15:00
Break15:00
MO-A2.2P.615:20
MO-A2.3P.615:20
Dual-Band Fabry-Perot Resonant Cavity Antenna with Practical Frequency Selective
Surface and Partially Reflective Surface Layers
Ultrathin Active Cloak with Balanced Loss and Gain
Ahmed Kord, Dimitrios Sounas, Andrea Alù, The University of Texas at Austin, United States
Krishna Kota, David R. Jackson, Stuart A. Long, University of Houston, United States
MO-A2.3P.715:40
Synthesis of a Nongyrotropic Nonreciprocal Metasurface as an Equivalent to a Moving
Medium
MO-A2.2P.715:40
An air-filled Fabry-Perot cavity antenna for Q-band access and backhaul communication
networks
Cédric Martel, Thomas Crépin, Benjamin Gabard, Fabrice Boust, ONERA - The French Aerospace Lab, France
Karim Achouri, Bakhtiar Khan, Christophe Caloz, Polytechnique Montréal, Canada; Viktar Asadchy, Sergei
Tretyakov, Aalto University, Finland
MO-A2.2P.816:00
MO-A2.3P.816:00
GSTC-Based Simulation of Metasurfaces in Finite Difference Techniques
Analysis of Coplanar Waveguide Feedline Effect on Fabry-Perot Cavity Antenna System
Performance
Yousef Vahabzadeh, Christophe Caloz, École Polytechnique de Montréal, Canada
Chanjoon Lee, Robert Sainati, Rhonda Franklin, University of Minnesota, United States
MO-A2.3P.916:20
Metasurfaces provide a new way for building magnetic resonance imaging scanners
MO-A2.2P.916:20
Alexey Slobozhanyuk, Australian National University, Australia; Alexander Poddubny, Pavel Belov, ITMO
University, Russian Federation; Yuri Kivshar, The Australian National University, Australia
Fabry-Perot Cavity Antenna System with Beam-Splitting of Near-Field Radiation
Chanjoon Lee, Robert Sainati, Rhonda Franklin, University of Minnesota, United States
MO-A2.3P.1016:40
MO-A2.2P.1016:40
A Design of Dual Band 90° Polarization Using Chiral Metamaterial Based on Four “V”
resonators
A Compact Wideband Frequency Selective Surface for Gain Enhancement of a Wide-Slot
Antenna
Hailin Cao, Huan Chen, Junjie Liu, Xiaodong Wu, Yuwei Pi, Lisheng Yang, Chongqing University, China
Ayan Chatterjee, Susanta Parui, Indian Institute of Engineering Science and Technology, India
48
J
Monday, June 27
MO-UJ.1P
13:20 - 15:00
Palmas
Monday, June 27
MO-A1.3P
13:20 - 17:00
Ceiba
Applications in Modern Radio Astronomy
mm-Wave Antennas
MO-UJ.1P.113:20
MO-A1.3P.113:20
Session Co-Chairs: Karl Warnick, Brigham Young University; Eva Rajo-Iglesias, University
Carlos III of Madrid
Session Co-Chairs: Miguel Ferrando-Bataller, Universitat Politècnica de València; Eva RajoIglesias, University Carlos III of Madrid
Modern Antenna Technologies Stimulated by the Arecibo Radio Telescope Upgrade Project
1984-1997
Gain-Bandwidth Enhancement of 60 GHz DRA Using Lens Technique
Mejdi Laribi, Nadir Hakem, Université du Québec en Abitibi-Témiscamingue, Canada
Per-Simon Kildal, Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden; Michael M. Davis, Cornell University
(retired), United States
MO-A1.3P.213:40
A V-band antenna module based on vertical TEM waveguides fully integrated in LTCC
Francesco Foglia Manzillo, Mauro Ettorre, Maciej Smierzchalski, Ronan Sauleau, Institute of Electronics
and Telecommunications of Rennes (IETR), UMR CNRS 6164, University of Rennes 1, France; Markku
Lahti, Kari Kautio, VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland Ltd., Finland; Delphine Lelaidier, Eric Seguenot,
Orange Labs Networks, France
MO-UJ.1P.213:40
The Aguadilla MF/HF radio array: A new instrument for ionospheric and radio research
in Puerto Rico
Brett Isham, Interamerican University of Puerto Rico, United States; Terence Bullett, University of
Colorado / NOAA, United States; Bjorn Gustavsson, University of Tromso, Norway; Vasyl Belyey, Pinhole
AS, Norway
MO-A1.3P.314:00
MO-UJ.1P.314:00
Miguel Ferrando-Rocher, Alejandro Valero-Nogueira, Jose I. Herranz-Herruzo, Antonio Berenguer,
Universitat Politècnica de València, Spain
Junming Diao, Richard Black, Karl Warnick, Brian Jeffs, Brigham Young University, United States; Neal
Erickson, Gopal Narayanan, University of Massachusetts, United States
MO-A1.3P.414:20
V-band single-layer slot array fed by Ridge Gap Waveguide
Experimental Tests of a mm-Wave Phased Array Feed for the Green Bank Telescope
45-110 GHz Quad-Ridge Horn Antenna
Sara Manafi, Muhannad Al-Tarifi, Dejan Filipovic, University of Colorado Boulder, United States
MO-UJ.1P.414:20
Effects of cryostat infrared filters on the performance of ALMA band 1 (35-52 GHz)
receiver optics
MO-A1.3P.514:40
MO-UJ.1P.514:40
Break15:00
6-Element 28/38 GHz Dual-Band MIMO PIFA for Future 5G Cellular Systems
Alvaro Gonzalez, Shin’ichiro Asayama, National Astronomical Observatory of Japan, Japan; Valeria Tapia,
Ricardo Finger, David Monasterio, Nicolas Reyes, Universidad de Chile, Chile
Yahya Hashem, Egyptian National Railways Authority, Egypt; Osama Haraz, El-Deek El-Sayed, Assiut
University, Egypt
Analysis of the Five-hundred-metre Aperture Spherical radio Telescope with a 19-element
Multibeam Feed
MO-A1.3P.615:20
60 GHz Air Cavity Antenna Array with Checkerboard Structure Using MEMS Micromachining
Process
Stephanie Smith, Alex Dunning, Mark Bowen, Andrew Hellicar, CSIRO, Australia
Monday, June 27
MO-A2.3P
Le Chang, Yue Li, Zhijun Zhang, Zhenghe Feng, Tsinghua University, China; Rui Zhou, China United
Network Communications Corporation, China
15:20 - 16:40
Palmas
MO-A1.3P.715:40
A Low-Cost Microstrip Antenna Array for 60 GHz Applications
Electromagnetic Education
Darwin Joaquin Pimentel, Bedri A. Cetiner, Utah State University, Dominican Republic
Session Chair: Jiming Song, Iowa State University
MO-A1.3P.816:00
MO-A2.3P.115:20
Multibeam antenna in inverted microstrip gap waveguide technology at 28GHz
Visualization of Fields in the Undergraduate EM Course
Eva Rajo-Iglesias, University Carlos III of Madrid, Spain; Astrid Algaba-Brazlez, Ericsson Research, Sweden
Lin Sun, Youngstown State University, United States
MO-A1.3P.916:20
MO-A2.3P.215:40
Dual Band (28/38 GHz) CPW Slot Directive Antenna for Future 5G Cellular Applications
Using Embedded Element Patterns for the Analysis of Small Arrays
Mohamed Mamdouh M. Ali, Abdelrazik Sebak, Concordia University, Canada
Vishwanath Iyer, Shashank Kulkarni, MathWorks,Inc., United States; Hans Steyskal, Arcon Corporation,
United States; Sergey Makarov, Worcester Polytechnic Institute, United States
MO-A1.3P.1016:40
2D Infrared Phased Array Leaky-Wave Antenna
MO-A2.3P.316:00
Navaneeth Premkumar, Yuancheng Xu, Brian Lail, Florida Institute of Technology, United States
Multi-Channel Agile Comb Generator for Antenna Radiation Pattern Measurements
K. E. Kolodziej, P. T. Hurst, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Lincoln Laboratory, United States
MO-A2.3P.416:20
SIW Resonant Cavity for Educational Purposes
Eduardo Sakomura, Bernardo Moscardini Fabiani, Eduardo Silveira, Daniel Chagas do Nascimento,
Ildefonso Bianchi, Technological Institute of Aeronautics, Brazil
49
Monday, June 27
MO-A5.2P
13:20 - 15:20
Siete Mares
C
Monday, June 27
MO-UC.1P
13:20 - 16:20
Las Croabas
Wireless Power Transfer Circuits and Applications
Advances in Radar and Localization Systems
MO-A5.2P.113:20
MO-UC.1P.113:20
Session Chair: John Volakis, The Ohio State University
A 2.4-GHz Wireless Sensor Network using Single Diode Rectennas
A Game-Theoretic Approach for Radar and LTE Systems Coexistence in The Unlicensed
Band
Brock DeLong, Asimina Kiourti, John Volakis, The Ohio State University, United States
Mina Labib, Jeffrey Reed, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, United States; Anthony
Martone, Amir Zaghloul, US Army Research Laboratory, United States
MO-A5.2P.213:40
Bias Circuit Design for a Real-time Electrically Controlled Active Matching Circuit utilizing
p-i-n Diode Switches for Wireless Power Transfer
MO-UC.1P.213:40
Jo Bito, Manos M. Tentzeris, Georgia Institute of Technology, United States
Characterization of the Effect of Radar Interference on an Uncoded Data Communication
System
MO-A5.2P.314:00
Daniela Tuninetti, Natasha Devroye, Danilo Erricolo, University of Illinois at Chicago, United States
Optimal Performance Enhancement of WPT Systems by Passive Intermediate Couplers
Hans-Dieter Lang, Costas D. Sarris, University of Toronto, Canada
MO-UC.1P.314:00
Massive MIMO Millimeter Wave Radar Imaging System
MO-A5.2P.414:20
Anthony Bisulco, Luis Tirado, Shaan Patel, Luigi Annese, Galia Ghazi, Jose Martinez-Lorenzo, Northeastern
University, United States
Magnetic-Field Amplification by a Double Coil
Ai-ichiro Sasaki, Akihiko Hirata, Hiroki Morimura, NTT Corporation, Japan
MO-UC.1P.414:20
MO-A5.2P.514:40
Performance evaluation of massive MIMO considering the outdoor propagation
characteristics at 20GHz band
A Compact Slot Loop Rectenna for Dual-Band Operation at 2.4- and 5.8-GHz Bands
Jiunn-Kai Huang, Shih-Yuan Chen, National Taiwan University, Taiwan
Kentaro Nishimori, Ryochi Kataoka, Niigata University, Japan; Ngochao Tran, Tetsuro Imai, NTT Docomo,
Japan
MO-A5.2P.615:00
Misalignment Study of Cylindrical SCMR Wireless Power Transfer System
MO-UC.1P.514:40
Daerhan Liu, Stavros Georgakopoulos, Florida International University, United States
Deep Learning Augmented Inverse Scattering Algorithm
Luis Gomez, Nand Dalal, Abdulkadir Yücel, Ruben Villegas, Honglak Lee, Eric Michielssen, University of
Michigan, United States
Break15:00
MO-UC.1P.615:20
Improved Wavelet Transform based Edge Detection for Wide Band Spectrum Sensing in
Cognitive Radio
Abhishek Kumar, Seemanti Saha, Rajarshi Bhattacharya, NIT Patna, India
MO-UC.1P.715:40
Investigation of GPR Simulation Data for Different Target Geometries and Material
Compositions Using Time-Frequency Signal Representations
Mesut Dogan, Gonul Turhan-Sayan, Middle East Technical University, Turkey
MO-UC.1P.816:00
Applying Feature Selective Validation Method to Quantify EM Indoor Location System
Asad Husnain Baqar, Xiaowei Zhang, Tao Jiang, Harbin Engineering University, China
50
Monday, June 27
MO-A1.4P
13:20 - 17:00
Grand Caribbean Salon VI
B
Monday, June 27
MO-UB.2P
13:20 - 15:00
Grand Caribbean Salon III
Characteristic Modes and Stored Energy
Wideband and Multiband Antennas
MO-A1.4P.113:20
MO-UB.2P.113:20
Session Chair: Buon Kiong Lau, Lund University
Session Chair: Steven Weiss, U.S. Army
Lower Bounds on Q of Some Dipole Shapes
A Compact, Omnidirectional, Capacitively-Fed Antenna for Ultrawideband Applications
Oleksiy Kim, Technical University of Denmark, Denmark
Mingjian Li, Nader Behdad, University of Wisconsin-Madison, United States
MO-A1.4P.213:40
MO-UB.2P.213:40
Characteristic Modes Analysis for Pattern Reconfigurable Antenna Design
Low Profile Wideband Vehicular On The Move Antennas for HF Communications
Francesco Alessio Dicandia, Simone Genovesi, Agostino Monorchio, University of Pisa, Italy
Maxim Ignatenko, Saurabh Sanghai, Gregor Lasser, Bradley Allen, Richard Smith, Milica Notaros, Dejan
Filipovic, University of Colorado Boulder, United States
MO-A1.4P.314:00
Post-processing Removal of Non-real Characteristic Modes Via Basis Function Perturbation
MO-UB.2P.314:00
MO-A1.4P.414:20
Stephen Kunitake, SI2 Technologies Inc., United States; Alkim Akyurtlu, University of Massachusetts
Lowell, United States
The Design and Analysis of an Ultra-Wideband Meander-Line Polarizer for Oblique
Incidence
Zachary Miers, Buon Kiong Lau, Lund University, Sweden
Optimal Currents in the Characteristic Modes Basis
Lukas Jelinek, Miloslav Capek, Czech Technical University in Prague, Czech Republic
MO-UB.2P.414:20
MO-A1.4P.514:40
Wideband Antenna-in-Package with Enhanced Gain for 60 GHz Backhaul Applications
Implications of a Coupled Mode Interpretation of Characteristic Mode Analysis
Atabak Rashidian, Armaghan Eshaghi, Peraso Technologies Inc., Canada
John Outwater, Kurt Schab, Jennifer Bernhard, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, United States
MO-UB.2P.514:40
Break15:00
A Very Small Reconfigurable Antenna for GPS/WLAN/WiMAX Systems
Hamid Najariani, Majid Afsahi, Semnan University, Iran
MO-A1.4P.615:20
Characteristic Mode Analysis Using Green’s Function of Arbitrary Background
Qi Dai, Hui Gan, Weng Cho Chew, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, United States; Chao-Fu
Wang, National University of Singapore, Singapore
MO-A1.4P.715:40
Monday, June 27
MO-A1.5P
15:20 - 17:00
Grand Caribbean Salon III
Compact Multiband Antennas for Wireless Devices
Characteristic Modal Decomposition of Reflection Phase of a Microstrip-Patch Reflectarray
Unit-Cell
Session Chair: Fan Yang, Tsinghua University
Abdul Maalik, The Ohio State University, United States; Roberto Rojas, Massachusetts Institute of
Technology, Lincoln Laboratory, United States; Robert Burkholder, The Ohio State University, United States
MO-A1.5P.115:20
Low-SAR Multiband Antenna with Ground Slit and Parasitic Elements for Tablet Computers
MO-A1.4P.816:00
Yohei Koga, Manabu Kai, Fujitsu Laboratories Limited, Japan; Kan Fujieda, Hiroyuki Egawa, Fujitsu Kyushu
Network Technologies Limited, Japan
Control of Radiation Patterns of Antennas Mounted on Complex Platforms by using the
Characteristic Basis Functions (CBFs)
MO-A1.5P.215:40
Chao Li, Raj Mittra, University of Central Florida, United States
Printed monopole-feed shorted dipole-choke cavity for dual-ISM band applications
I-Fong Chen, Chia-Mei Peng, Jhang-Fu Syun, Yao-Qi Yan, Jinwen University of Science and Technology,
Taiwan
MO-A1.4P.916:20
Characteristic Mode Analysis of Ground Plane Size in Microstrip Patch Antennas
Mohamed Elsewe, Deb Chatterjee, University of Missouri–Kansas City, United States
MO-A1.5P.316:00
High Isolation, Dual-Polarized & Dual-Band Single-Layer Differential MIMO Antenna for
WiMAX Application
MO-A1.4P.1016:40
Characteristic Mode Analysis of High-Speed VLSI Interconnects
Kalyan Durbhakula, Muhammad Sana Ullah, Deb Chatterjee, Masud Chowdhury, University of Missouri–
Kansas City, United States
Wen-Ao Li, Zhi-Hong Tu, Yan-Yan Liu, South China University of Technology, China
MO-A1.5P.416:20
CPW-Fed Dual-Band Pseudo-Monopole Antenna for LTE/WLAN/WiMAX with Its Usage in
MIMO
Naveen Kumar Maurya, Rajarshi Bhattacharya, National Institute of Technology Patna, India
MO-A1.5P.516:40
Single/Dual band Reconfigurable Metamaterial Dipole Loaded Antenna for Wireless
Applications
Ahmed Zahran, Future University in Egypt, Egypt; Mahmoud Abdalla, MTC College, Egypt; Mohamed Abd
El-Azeem, Arab Academy for Science, Technology & Maritime Transport, Egypt
51
Interactive Forum
Monday, June 27, 14:40 - 16:40
Grand Caribbean Ballroom
Session Co-Chairs: Kamal Sarabandi, University of Michigan; Do-Hoon Kwon, University of Massachusetts, Amherst
PB.11
PB.12
PB.1
PB.2
PB.3
PB.4
PB.5
PB.6
PB.7
PB.8
PB.9
PB.10
Poster Area B
PA.1
PA.2
PA.3
PA.4
PA.5
PA.6
PA.7
PA.8
PA.9
PA.10
Poster Area A
25
24
26
33
35
32
34
36
PF.14
PF.13
PF.12
PF.11
PF.10
PF.9
PF.8
PF.7
PF.6
PF.5
PF.11
PF.12
PF.13
PF.14
PF.4
PF.3
PF.2
PF.1
41
42
61
62
Poster Area G
Break area
31
PF.1
PF.2
PF.3
PF.4
PF.5
PF.6
PF.7
PF.8
PF.9
PF.10
Break area
23
PD.1
PD.2
PD.3
PD.4
PD.5
PD.6
PD.7
PD.8
PD.9
PD.10
16
PG.10
PG.9
PG.8
PG.7
PG.6
PG.5
PG.4
PG.3
PG.2
PG.1
14
PH.1
PH.2
PH.3
PH.4
PH.5
PH.6
PH.7
PH.8
PH.9
PH.10
12
Poster Area D
Poster Area E
15
Poster Area F
13
Break area
11
PC.10
PC.9
PC.8
PC.7
PC.6
PC.5
PC.4
PC.3
PC.2
PC.1
Poster Area C
Poster Area J
Poster Area I
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PI.11
PI.12
PI.1
PI.2
PI.3
PI.4
PI.5
PI.6
PI.7
PI.8
PI.9
PI.10
PJ.1
PJ.2
PJ.3
PJ.4
PJ.5
PJ.6
PJ.7
PJ.8
PJ.9
PJ.10
Poster Area H
Monday, June 27
MOP-A1.1P
14:40 - 16:40
Poster Area A
Electrically Small Antennas: Enhancement Considerations
MOP-A1.1P.1
MOP-A1.2P.1
Design of Small Loop Antennas for On-The-Move HF Manpack Radios
Do-Hoon Kwon, University of Massachusetts Amherst, United States
On the Bandwidth of Small Dipoles and the Electric Polarizability
Board PA.2
MOP-A1.2P.2
J. Scott Tyo, UNSW Canberra, Australia; Michael Skipper, Michael Abdalla, ASR Corporation, United States
Board PA.3
MOP-A1.2P.3
An Electrically Small Antenna for Underwater Applications
MOP-A1.2P.4
Small Form Factor PIFA Antenna Design at 28 GHz for 5G Applications
Board PA.4
Navid Barani, Kamal Sarabandi, University of Michigan, United States
MOP-A1.2P.5
Environmental Sensitivity of Miniature Antennas for IoT Devices
Board PA.5
MOP-A1.2P.6
Milica Notaros, Maxim Ignatenko, Dejan Filipovic, University of Colorado Boulder, United States
Leo Kempel, Balasubramaniam Shanker, Michigan State University, United States; Carmine Vittoria,
Northeastern University, United States
High Selective Metamaterial Epsilon Negative Loaded E Antenna
MOP-A1.2P.7
Super-Directive Parasitic Element Antenna for Spatial Filtering Applications
Accurate Circuit Model for Two-port Loop Antennas as E- and H-probe
MOP-A1.2P.8
A Study on a Dual Band Antenna MACKEY
MOP-A1.2P.9
Board PA.9
Branimir Ivšic, Andrej Galoic, Davor Bonefacic, University of Zagreb, FER, Croatia
MOP-A1.2P.10
Jihun Choi, Kamal Sarabandi, University of Michigan, United States
Antenna Radiation Efficiency Measurement Evaluation by Simulation
Board PB.9
Durability of Conductive Yarn Used for Manufacturing Textile Antennas and Microstrip
Lines
Full-Spherical Radiation Pattern Evaluation of Low Frequency Antennas Using a Novel
Very-Near-Field Electro-Optical System
MOP-A1.1P.10
Board PB.8
Tetsuo Moroya, Masaki Kotaka, Shigeru Makino, Keisuke Noguchi, Tetsuo Hirota, Kenji Itoh, Kanazawa
Institute of Technology, Japan
Board PA.8
Mani Kashanianfard, Kamal Sarabandi, University of Michigan - Radlab, United States
MOP-A1.1P.9
Board PB.7
Fabien Ferrero, Leonardo Lizzi, University Nice Sophia Antipolis / CNRS / LEAT, France
Board PA.7
Mahmoud Abdalla, Ahmed Abdel Aziz, MTC College, Egypt; Zhirun Hu, University of Manchester, United
Kingdom
MOP-A1.1P.8
Board PB.6
Miniaturization of a High-Frequency Dual Linearly Polarized Dipole for Vehicular
Communications
Board PA.6
Radiation Properties of a Rectangular Patch Antenna Loaded with a Magnetoelectric
Material
MOP-A1.1P.7
Board PB.5
Fabien Ferrero, Leonardo Lizzi, University Nice Sophia Antipolis, CNRS, France; Christophe Danchesi,
Stéphane Boudaud, Abeeway, France
Anna Niang, André de Lustrac, IEF, France; Gérard-Pascal Piau, AIRBUS Group Innovations, France; Serge
Villers, Airbus Defence & Space, France; Shah Nawaz Burokur, LEME, France
MOP-A1.1P.6
Board PB.4
Waleed Ahmad, Asad Ali, Wasif Tanveer, LUMS, Pakistan
Antenna Bandwidth Enhancement Using Near-Field Coupled Miniaturized Elements
Wideband Miniaturized Antenna with External Non-Foster Circuit
Board PB.3
Majid Manteghi, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, United States
Atabak Rashidian, Lotfollah Shafai, University of Manitoba, Canada
MOP-A1.1P.5
Board PB.2
Extremely Compact Radiating Systems for Mesoband High Power Electromagnetics
Investigations on Impedance Bandwidth and Cross Polarization of Miniaturized DielectricMetallic Resonator Antennas
MOP-A1.1P.4
Board PB.1
Richard Smith, Maxim Ignatenko, Dejan Filipovic, University of Colorado Boulder, United States
Do-Hoon Kwon, University of Massachusetts Amherst, United States
MOP-A1.1P.3
14:40 - 16:40
Poster Area B
Small Antennas for Applications
Board PA.1
Bandwidth Bounds for Small Dipole Antennas Based on Spherical Wave Scattering
MOP-A1.1P.2
Monday, June 27
MOP-A1.2P
Board PB.10
A Structure and Computationally-Efficient Design Closure of Compact Spline-Parameterized
UWB Monopole Antenna
Board PA.10
Adrian Bekasiewicz, Slawomir Koziel, Reykjavik University, Iceland
Ronald Johnston, University of Calgary, Canada
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Monday, June 27
MOP-A1.3P
14:40 - 16:40
Poster Area C
Broadband Antennas for MIMO Systems
MOP-A1.3P.1
A Wideband T-shaped Slot Antenna and Its MIMO Application
Offset fed planar inverted L antenna
MOP-A1.4P.1
Hybrid Diversity for ECC Enhancement of UWB MIMO Antenna
Wen-Chih Chan, Keng-Hsien Chen, Jenn-Hwan Tarng, National Chiao Tung University, Taiwan
Board PC.2
MOP-A1.4P.2
Hongjun Chu, Shengchang Lan, Jinghui Qiu, Yanzhi Fu, Harbin Institute of Technology, China
Board PC.3
MOP-A1.4P.3
Keng-Hsien Chen, Nai-Chen Liu, Jenn-Hwan Tarng, National Chiao Tung University, Taiwan
Board PC.4
MOP-A1.4P.4
A Broadband Blade Dipole Antenna for UAV Applications
Board PD.4
Mehrdad Nosrati, Stevens Institute of Technology, United States; Amir Jafargholi, AmirKabir University of
Technology, Iran; Negar Tavassolian, Stevens Institute of Technology, United States
Muhammad Saeed Khan, Riphah International University, Pakistan; Antonio-Daniele Capobianco,
University of Padova, Italy; Sajid Asif, Adnan Iftikhar, Benjamin Braaten, North Dakota State University,
United States; Raed Shubair, Khalifa Univeristy and Massachusetts Institute of Technology, United States
A Structure and Design of A Novel Compact UWB MIMO Antenna
Board PD.3
A Compact Size Four-Leaf Clover Shaped Antenna for On-Body Communications
A Properties Comparison Between Copper and Graphene-Based UWB MIMO Planar
Antennas
MOP-A1.3P.5
Board PD.2
Design and Investigation of a Compact Slot Antenna with WLAN Band Rejection for UWB
Systems
Ahmed Abdelraheem, Abdallah Elsaieed, Mahmoud Abdalla, Ashraf Mahran, Military Technical College,
Egypt
MOP-A1.3P.4
Board PD.1
A Compact Folded PIFA for UWB On-Body Communications
Mitsuo Taguchi, Koya Takata, Nagasaki University, Japan
MOP-A1.3P.3
14:40 - 16:40
Poster Area D
Omnidirectional Brodband/Ultra-Wideband Antennas I
Board PC.1
Dingliang Wen, Yang Hao, Queen Mary University of London, United Kingdom
MOP-A1.3P.2
Monday, June 27
MOP-A1.4P
MOP-A1.4P.5
Board PD.5
A Compact Printed Monopole Array with Neutralization Line for UWB Applications
Yantao Yu, Xiaoya Liu, Zhaokai Gu, Lijun Yi, Chongqing University, China
Board PC.5
MOP-A1.4P.6
Slawomir Koziel, Gdansk University of Technology, Poland; Adrian Bekasiewicz, Reykjavik University,
Iceland
Board PD.6
High Efficiency Loop Sleeve Monopole Antenna for Array Based UWB Microwave Imaging
Systems
Mohammad Ojaroudi, Özlem Aydin Civi, Middle East Technical University, Turkey
MOP-A1.4P.7
Dual Linear Polarized UWB Planar Monopole
Board PD.7
Seth McCormick, US Army Research Laboratory / General Technical Services LLC, United States; Amir
Zaghloul, US Army Research Laboratory, United States
MOP-A1.4P.8
Design and Analysis of Super-Formula-Based UWB Monopole Antenna
Board PD.8
Shaimaa Naser, Nihad Dib, Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory, Jordan
MOP-A1.4P.9
Design of a Compact Ultrawideband Microstrip Monopole Antenna
Board PD.9
Yun Jing Zhang, Dan Wang, Shi Cong Wang, Mei Song Tong, Tongji University, China
MOP-A1.4P.10
Wideband Monopole Antenna for RF Power Scavenger
Board PD.10
Mikko Leino, Henri Partanen, Niko Lindvall, Rasmus Luomaniemi, Toni Kangas, Dimitrios Tzarouchis, Jari
Holopainen, Ville Viikari, Aalto University, Finland
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Monday, June 27
MOP-A1.5P
14:40 - 16:40
Poster Area E
Omnidirectional Brodband/Ultra-Wideband Antennas II
14:40 - 16:40
Poster Area F
Slot Based Broadband/Ultra-Wideband Antennas
MOP-A1.5P.1
Board PE.1
Compact UWB Antenna with Quad-Notched Bands
MOP-A1.6P.1
An X-band Circularly Polarized Substrate Integrated Waveguide Slot Antenna
Yiyang Shu, Bingzheng Yang, Huizhen Qian, Xun Luo, University of Electronic Science and Technology
of China, China
MOP-A1.5P.2
MOP-A1.6P.2
Gain Enhancement of UWB Horizontally Polarized Slot Antenna
Board PE.2
Novel Multiband/Broadband Horizontally Polarized Omnidirectional Antennas
MOP-A1.6P.3
Board PE.3
Kai Yu, Yingsong Li, Xianping Luo, Xiaomin Liu, Harbin Engineering University, China
MOP-A1.6P.4
Board PF.4
A Y- Slot Wideband Circularly Polarized Antenna for Non-Contact Health Monitoring
Applications
Board PE.4
Broadband Hybrid Dipole Antenna
Board PF.3
A Planar UWB Antenna with Quad Notched Bands Using Rake-Shaped Resonator and
L-Shaped Slots
Peng Luo, Yuehui Cui, RongLin Li, South China University of Technology, China
MOP-A1.5P.4
Board PF.2
Raj Kumar, ARDE, India
Xiuzhang Cai, Kamal Sarabandi, University of Michigan, United States
MOP-A1.5P.3
Board PF.1
Pushkar Kulkarni, Daniel van der Weide, University of Wisconsin-Madison, United States
Broadband Omni-directional Circularly Polarized Antenna based on Vertically and
Horizontally Polarized Elements
Changjiang Deng, Yue Li, Zhijun Zhang, Zhenghe Feng, Tsinghua University, China
Mehrdad Nosrati, Negar Tavassolian, Stevens Institute of Technology, United States
MOP-A1.5P.5
Board PE.5
A Novel Reconfigurable Broadband Antenna for Cognitive Radio Systems
MOP-A1.6P.5
MOP-A1.5P.6
Ahmed Iibrahim, Minia University, Egypt; Mahmoud Abdalla, MTC College, Egypt
Board PE.6
A low-profile vertical polarized omnidirectional radiated and broadband printed antenna
Shu Lin, Guan-Jun Liu, Yu-Wei Zhang, Hua Zong, Shuang Qiu, Shengchang Lan, Alexander Denisov, Harbin
Institute of Technology, China
MOP-A1.5P.7
Board PE.7
Hexagonal Super Wideband Fractal Antenna
Sarthak Singhal, Amit Kumar Singh, Indian Institute of Technology(BHU), Varanasi, India, India
MOP-A1.5P.8
Board PE.8
A Wideband Circularly Polarized Printed Dipole Antenna Composed of Right-angled
Trapezoids
Kyoichi Iigusa, Fumihide Kojima, National Institute of Information and Communications Technology,
Japan
MOP-A1.5P.9
Board PF.5
Compact Size UWB Antenna with Multi-band Notched Characteristics for Wireless
Applications
Seyyedehelnaz Ershadi, Imam Khomeini International University, Iran; Ahmed Abdelrahman, Min Liang,
Xiaoju Yu, Hao Xin, University of Arizona, United States
Board PE.9
Analysis of E-patch Antenna Performance Over Various Dielectric Materials at 2.4 GHz
Cheng Qi, Muhammad Akbar, Gregory Durgin, Georgia Institute of Technology, United States
MOP-A1.5P.10
Monday, June 27
MOP-A1.6P
Board PE.10
Design of Miniaturized Fractal Quasi-Self Complimentary antenna for UWB Applications
Mohamed Wahab, Arab Academy for Science, Technology & Maritime Transport, Egypt; Anwer Sayed Abd
El-Hameed, Egypt-Japan University of Science and Technology(E-JUST), Egypt; Wael Swelam, Mohamed
Abd El-Azeem, Arab Academy for Science, Technology & Maritime Transport, Egypt
55
Monday, June 27
MOP-A1.7P
14:40 - 16:40
Poster Area G
Travelling Wave Ultra-wideband Antennas
MOP-A1.7P.1
MOP-A1.8P.1
Flush-Mountable Vivaldi Array Antenna
Ehab Etellisi, Mohamed Elmansouri, Dejan Filipovic, University of Colorado Boulder, United States
A Wide-Band Spiral Based Amplitude-Only Azimuth Direction Finding System
Board PG.2
MOP-A1.8P.2
Modeling and Design of K/Ka/V-band High Power Feed for the Luneburg Lens
MOP-A1.8P.3
Low Cost Ultra-Wideband Millimeter-Wave Array
Board PG.3
MOP-A1.8P.4
Fish-eye Shaped Dielectric Flat Lens Design utilizing 3-D printing Technology
Board PG.4
Board PH.4
Ashutosh Patri, Jayanta Mukherjee, Indian Institute of Technology Bombay, India
Meenakshi Kohli, Chris G. Bartone, Ohio University, United States
MOP-A1.7P.5
Board PH.3
Markus Novak, The Ohio State University, United States; Félix Miranda, NASA Glenn Research Center,
United States; John Volakis, The Ohio State University, United States
Domenic Belgiovane, Chi-Chih Chen, Joel Johnson, The Ohio State University, United States
An e-Textile Edge-fed Spiral Antenna for Flexible Wearable Applications
Board PH.2
Maxim Ignatenko, Brian Simakauskas, Dejan Filipovic, University of Colorado Boulder, United States
Conical Log Spiral Antenna Development for the UWBRAD Ice Sheet Internal Temperature
Sensing
MOP-A1.7P.4
Board PH.1
Elie Tianang, Mohamed Elmansouri, Dejan Filipovic, University of Colorado Boulder, United States
Gregor Lasser, University of Colorado, United States; Dejan Filipovic, University of Colorado Boulder,
United States
MOP-A1.7P.3
14:40 - 16:40
Poster Area H
Directional Ultra-wideband Antennas
Board PG.1
Wideband Dual-Mode Monostatic Simultaneous Transmit and Receive Antenna System
MOP-A1.7P.2
Monday, June 27
MOP-A1.8P
MOP-A1.8P.5
Molded Interconnect Device (MID) Design for Base Station Antenna Elements
Board PG.5
Board PH.5
Susanne Schilliger Kildal, Technische Universität München, Germany; Nadine Pfuhl, Roberto Flamini,
Bruno Biscontini, Huawei Technologies Duesseldorf GmbH, Germany
An Archimedean Spiral Antenna Loaded with Superstrate and Backed by 3D Printed
Ground Structure for Directional Patterns
Phu Tran, Satish Sharma, San Diego State University, United States
MOP-A1.8P.6
Board PH.6
Computational Study of Frequency Steered Helical Antennas for High Power Application
Distribution Profiles for Transverse Permittivity Gradient Superstrates in Extremely
Wideband Resonant Cavity Antennas
MOP-A1.7P.7
MOP-A1.8P.7
MOP-A1.7P.6
Board PG.6
Raheel Maqsood Hashmi, Karu P. Esselle, Macquarie University, Australia
S. Nickolas, J. Roos, P. Collins, J. Petrosky, Andrew Terzuoli, IEEE, United States
Board PG.7
A Broadband Magnetoelectric Dipole Antenna With Stable Wide Beamwidth
Low Profile, Minimally Absorptive Cavity Backed Non-Complimentary Sinuous Antenna
Wenbin Qiu, Chang Chen, Weidong Chen, University of Science and Technology of China, China
Timothy Samson, Thomas Cencich, Lockheed Martin Space Systems, United States
MOP-A1.7P.8
Design of a Tapered Slot-Line Antenna for Wideband SAR Imaging
Board PH.7
Board PG.8
Matthew Horst, Mohammad Tayeb Ghasr, Reza Zoughi, Missouri University of Science and Technology,
United States
56
Monday, June 27
MOP-A1.9P
14:40 - 16:40
Poster Area I
Antennas for Ultra-wideband Applications
MOP-A1.9P.1
Board PI.1
Dispersion Code Modulation for Enhanced Spectral Efficiency in Wireless Communications
Lianfeng Zou, Shulabh Gupta, Christophe Caloz, Polytechnique Montréal, Canada
MOP-A1.9P.2
Initial Phantom Measurements of the Doppler Effect During Respiration in BAN
Board PI.2
Ruben-Gregorio Garcia-Serna, Jose-Maria Molina-Garcia-Pardo, Leandro Juan Llacer, Universidad Politécnica
de Cartagena, Spain; Concepcion Garcia-Pardo, Narcis Cardona, Universidad Politécnica de Valencia, Spain
MOP-A1.9P.3
Board PI.3
Wideband Dual-Polarized Bi-Static Simultaneous Transmit and Receive Antenna System
Prathap Valale Prasannakumar, Mohamed Elmansouri, Dejan Filipovic, University of Colorado Boulder,
United States
MOP-A1.9P.4
Board PI.4
Direction Finding Using an Antenna with Direction Dependent Impulse Response
Heinrich Foltz, University of Texas Rio Grande Valley, United States; Obadiah Kegege, Serhat Altunc, NASA
Goddard Space Flight Center, United States
MOP-A1.9P.5
Broadband Dual-Polarized Oval-shaped Antenna for Base-Station Applications
Board PI.5
Dong-Hua Huang, Qing-Xin Chu, South China University of Technology, China
MOP-A1.9P.6
VHF Antenna for Airfoil Structural Integration
Board PI.6
David Zeppettella, Air Force Research Laboratory, United States; Mohammod Ali, University of South
Carolina, United States
MOP-A1.9P.7
Board PI.7
Design of an Ultra-Wideband Antenna using Flexible Graphene-Based Conductor Sheets
Sajid Asif, Adnan Iftikhar, Benjamin Braaten, North Dakota State University, United States; Muhammad
Saeed Khan, University of Padova, Italy
MOP-A1.9P.8
Board PI.8
Design of a Dual-Band Printed Slot Antenna with Utilizing a Band Rejection Element for
the 5G Wireless Applications
Mohamed Mamdouh, Osama Haraz, Assiut University, Egypt; Saleh Alshebeili, King Saud University,
Saudi Arabia
MOP-A1.9P.9
3:1-Bandwidth Millimeter-Wave PUMA Array
Board PI.9
Rick Kindt, Rashmi Mital, Naval Research Laboratory, United States; Marinos N. Vouvakis, University of
Massachusetts Amherst, United States
MOP-A1.9P.10
Broadband Rectenna Array for RF Energy Harvesting
Board PI.10
Mahima Arrawatia, Maryam Shojaei Baghini, Girish Kumar, Indian Institute of Technology Bombay, India
57
Tuesday, June 28
TU-SP.1A
Special Session
08:00 - 11:40
Grand Atlantic Salon I
More than Wearables - Progress on Skin Antennas and Sensors
Tuesday, June 28
TU-SP.2A
Special Session
08:00 - 10:40
Grand Atlantic Salon II
3D Printed Antennas
Session Co-Chairs: John Batchelor, University of Kent; Gaetano Marrocco, University of
Rome - Tor Vergata
Session Chair: Stefano Maci, University of Siena
TU-SP.2A.108:00
3D printed reconfigurable helical antenna based on microfluidics and liquid metal alloy
TU-SP.1A.108:00
Small Epidermal Antennas
Wenjing Su, Ryan Bahr, Syed Abdullah Nauroze, Manos M. Tentzeris, Georgia Institute of Technology,
United States
Paul Taylor, John Batchelor, University of Kent, United Kingdom
TU-SP.1A.208:20
TU-SP.2A.208:20
Amr Haj-Omar, University of California, San Diego; Morgan State, United States; Yun-Soung Kim, Paul
Glick, Mike Tolley, University of California, San Diego, United States; Willie Thompson II, Morgan State
University, United States; Todd Coleman, University of California, San Diego, United States
Avinash Sharma, Devin Hahne, Robert Stilwell, Perry Malouf, Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics
Laboratory, United States
Stretchable and Flexible Adhesive-Integrated Antenna for Biomedical Applications
Antenna Scattering Measurements using a Scaled 3-D Printed Spacecraft Model
TU-SP.2A.308:40
Statistical Analysis of 3D-Printed Flat GRIN Lenses
TU-SP.1A.308:40
Circuits, Sensors and Radios for the Skin
Hulusi Acikgoz, KTO Karatay University, Turkey; Ravi Kumar Arya, The Pennsylvania State University,
United States; Raj Mittra, Central Florida and King Abdulaziz Universities, United States
John Rogers, Sung Il Park, Seungmin Lee, University of Illinois, United States
TU-SP.1A.409:00
TU-SP.2A.409:00
Thermal characterization of Epidermal RFID sensor for Skin Temperature Measurements
Additive Manufacturing of a Compact 3D Dipole Antenna Using ABS Thermoplastic and
High Temperature Carbon Paste
Sara Amendola, Gianluigi Bovesecchi, Paolo Coppa, Gaetano Marrocco, University of Rome Tor Vergata,
Italy
Milad Mirzaee, Sima Noghanian, The University of North Dakota, United States
TU-SP.1A.509:20
TU-SP.2A.509:20
Electromagnetic surface wave control by on-body metasurfaces
Connector Design for 3D Printed Antennas
Luigi La Spada, Yang Hao, Queen Mary University of London, United Kingdom
Break09:40
Michael Hoyack, Jason Bjorgaard, Eric Huber, Milad Mirzaee, Sima Noghanian, University of North
Dakota, United States
TU-SP.1A.610:00
Break09:40
An Ergonomic Design for 3Tesla MRI Neck Coil
TU-SP.2A.610:00
Daisong Zhang, Yahya Rahmat-Samii, University of California, Los Angeles, United States
3-D Printed Waveguide-Fed X-Band Helix Antenna Array
Avinash Sharma, Joshua Ramirez, Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory, United States
TU-SP.1A.710:20
Testing and Modeling the Performance of Stretchable Screen Printed UHF RFID Tag under
Strain
TU-SP.2A.710:20
Lightweight Perforated Horn Antenna Enabled by 3-D Metal-Direct-Printing
Toni Björninen, Jari Suikkola, Leena Ukkonen, Matti Mäntysalo, Tampere University of Technology,
Finland
Guan-Long Huang, Shi-Gang Zhou, Tan-Huat Chio, National University of Singapore, Singapore
TU-SP.1A.810:40
Epidermal UWB RFID Tag for Application On-Skin
Mohamad Ali Ziai, John Batchelor, University of Kent, United Kingdom
TU-SP.1A.911:00
Epidermal UHF Antennas for Skin Sensing: Fundamental Limitations and Optimal
Performance
Sara Amendola, Gaetano Marrocco, University of Rome Tor Vergata, Italy
TU-SP.1A.1011:20
Biocompatible, Implantable UHF RFID Antenna Made from Conductive Ink
Andrew Chrysler, Cynthia Furse, University of Utah, United States; Youchung Chung, Daegu University,
Republic of Korea
58
Tuesday, June 28
TU-A2.1A
08:00 - 11:40
Grand Atlantic Salon III
Tuesday, June 28
TU-A1.1A
08:00 - 11:40
Grand Caribbean Salon I-II
Design and Applications of Metamaterials I
Microstrip Antennas III
TU-A2.1A.108:00
TU-A1.1A.108:00
Mirko Barbuto, Niccolò Cusano University, Italy; Filiberto Bilotti, Alessandro Toscano, Roma Tre University,
Italy
Sayeed Sajal, Benjamin Braaten, Travis Tolstedt, Mark Schroeder, North Dakota State University, United
States
Session Chair: Mirko Barbuto, Niccolò Cusano University
Session Chair: George Shaker, University of Waterloo
Compact Polarization Rotator for Antennas and Waveguide Components
Design of a CPW-Fed Graphene-Based Conformal Monopole on a Paper Substrate
TU-A2.1A.208:20
TU-A1.1A.208:20
A Highly Tunable Sub-Wavelength Chiral Structure for Circular Polarizer
Reduced Mass Printed Quasi-Yagi Antennas
Menglin L.N. Chen, The University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong SAR of China; Li Jun Jiang, Wei E.I. Sha,
University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong SAR of China; Tatsuo Itoh, University of California, Los Angeles,
United States
Colin Sheldon, Matthew Bray, Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory, United States
TU-A1.1A.308:40
Flush Mountable K/Ka Band Amplitude Only Direction Finding System
David Garrido Lopez, Dejan Filipovic, University of Colorado Boulder, United States
TU-A2.1A.308:40
Low Pass Filter Design with Wide Rejection Based on Array of Modified CSRRs Configuration
TU-A1.1A.409:00
Azzeddin Naghar, Ana Vazquez Alejos, Universidad de Vigo, Spain; Otman Aghzout, Abdelmalek Essaadi
University, Morocco; Francisco Falcone, Universidad Pública de Navarra, Spain
A Printed Dipole Antenna Design
Shuguang Chen, Mahmoud Khalil, US Army, United States
TU-A2.1A.409:00
TU-A1.1A.509:20
A novel chiral metamaterial circular polarizer based on e-shape structure
Planar Circularly Polarized Endfire Antenna Based on Superposition of Complementary
Dipoles
Hailin Cao, Xiaodong Wu, Yuwei Pi, Junjie Liu, Hang Xu, Zhenya Meng, Yantao Yu, Chongqing University,
China; Jin Fan, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China
Mao Ye, Xin-Rong Li, Xidian University, China; Qing-Xin Chu, South China University of Technology, China
TU-A2.1A.509:20
Broadband asymmetric transmission of linear polarization in tri-layered chiral
metasurface
Break09:40
TU-A1.1A.610:00
Xiaodong Wu, Hailin Cao, Key Laboratory of Aerocraft Tracking, Telemetering & Command and
Communication (Ministry of Education), China
Meta-material Based Mutual Coupling Reduction of Circularly Polarized Array
Wenxing Li, Yujing Liu, Yingsong Li, Harbin Engineering University, China
Break09:40
TU-A1.1A.710:20
Microstrip Antenna Array with Ratrace Comparator at X-Band for Monopulse Tracking
Radar
TU-A2.1A.610:00
An Effective Post-Manufactured Tuning Method for Gap Waveguide Components
Hemant Kumar, Girish Kumar, Indian Institute of Technology Bombay, India
Antonio Berenguer, Mariano Baquero-Escudero, Miguel Ferrando-Rocher, Bernardo Bernardo-Clemente,
Vicente E. Boria, Universitat Politècnica de València, Spain
TU-A1.1A.810:40
The Design of A Focused Sparse Microstrip Antenna Array
TU-A2.1A.710:20
Flexible Reconfigurable Metamaterial Absorber injecting EGaIn
Guilin Sun, Qi Zhu, University of Science and Technology of China, China
Hyung Ki Kim, Sungjoon Lim, Chung-Ang University, Republic of Korea
TU-A1.1A.911:00
Accurate Modeling for Lossy Conductors Based on Two-Region Surface Integral Equations
TU-A2.1A.810:40
An Analytical Method for Metamaterial Unit Cells in Multilayered Media
Guo Chun Wan, Si Jie Tang, Min Sheng Han, Mei Song Tong, Tongji University, China
Muhammed Said Boybay, Antalya International University, Turkey
TU-A1.1A.1011:20
OAM-Based Communication Channel Using Delay in Space: Helicoidal Array and Crossed
Array
TU-A2.1A.911:00
Sensing in Anisotropic and Lossy Media using Complementary Split Ring Resonators
Hasan Onder Yilmaz, Muhammed Said Boybay, Antalya International University, Turkey
BaiYang Liu, Yuehui Cui, RongLin Li, South China University of Technology, China
TU-A2.1A.1011:20
Dispersion Diagram Method to Predict Band-Notched Frequencies of a CRLH Resonator
Navid Amani, Amir Jafargholi, AmirKabir University of Technology, Iran
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B
Tuesday, June 28
TU-UB.1A
08:00 - 11:20
Grand Caribbean Salon VII-VIII
Tuesday, June 28
TU-A1.2A
08:00 - 09:40
Culebra
Integral-Equation Basis Functions and Singularity Treatments
Phased-Array based on Patch Antennas
TU-UB.1A.108:00
TU-A1.2A.108:00
Session Co-Chairs: Donald Wilton, University of Houston; Roberto Graglia, Politecnico di
Torino
Session Co-Chairs: Amir I. Zaghloul, Army Research Laboratory; Rainee Simons, NASA Glenn
Research Center
Treatments of Weakly and Hyper-Singular Kernels in Integral Equations with a Reverse
Operation Self-Consistent Evaluation
Space-Based Ka-Band Direct Radiating Phased Array Antenna Architecture For Limited
Field Of View
Yongpin P. Chen, Xuezhe Tian, Jin-Fa Lee, The Ohio State University, United States
Rainee Simons, NASA Glenn Research Center, United States
TU-UB.1A.208:20
TU-A1.2A.208:20
Isogeometric Analysis of Integral Equations with Smooth Basis Functions over Triangular
Control Mesh
3D Space-to-Microwave Frequency Mapping Antenna
Michael Enders, Jun H. (Brandon) Choi, Syracuse University, United States
Jie Li, Balasubramaniam Shanker, Michigan State University, United States
TU-A1.2A.308:40
Dual-Linear Polarization Phased Array Antenna Cross-Polarization Suppression Using a
Novel Image Configuration
TU-UB.1A.308:40
A Novel and Efficient Method of Moments Formulation
Kapil Sharma, The Pennsylvania State University, United States; Raj Mittra, University of Central Florida,
United States
Hadi Saeidi-Manesh, Guifu Zhang, University of Oklahoma, United States
TU-A1.2A.409:00
Element-Independent Design Technique for Wide Angle Impedance Matching Material
TU-UB.1A.409:00
A symmetry-based way to perform the MoM computation of an object partly above and
partly buried in a PEC plane ground
Davide Bianchi, Universtià di Pisa, Italy; Simone Genovesi, Filippo Costa, Michele Borgese, Agostino
Monorchio, Università di Pisa, Italy; Rodolfo Guidi, IDS Corporation, Italy
Quentin Carayol, Dassault Aviation, France
TU-A1.2A.509:20
RCS Reduction of Circularly Polarized Concentric Ring Array with Randomly Rotated
Microstrip Antenna Elements
TU-UB.1A.509:20
Fully Numerical Evaluation of Galerkin Interactions: Surface Element Case
Javier Rivero, Universidad de Extremadura, Spain; Francesca Vipiana, Politecnico di Torino, Italy; Donald
R. Wilton, University of Houston, United States; William Johnson, Consultant, United States
Peng Yang, Fei Yan, Feng Yang, University of Electronic Science and Technology of China, China
Break09:40
Tuesday, June 28
TU-A1.3A
TU-UB.1A.610:00
Fully Numerical Evaluation of Galerkin Interactions: Volumetric Element Case
10:00 - 11:40
Culebra
Wide-Angle Scanning Phased Arrays
Javier Rivero, Universidad de Extremadura, Spain; Francesca Vipiana, Politecnico di Torino, Italy; Donald
R. Wilton, University of Houston, United States; William Johnson, Consultant, United States
Session Co-Chairs: Johnson Wang, Wang Electro-Opto Corporation; Alkim Akyurtlu,
University of Massachusetts, Lowell
TU-UB.1A.710:20
TU-A1.3A.110:00
New Single-Source Integral Equation for Solution of Scattering Problems on Homogeneous
Dielectric Objects
Advanced Development of Traveling-Wave Antenna Array (TWAA) as Multioctave Planar
Phased Array
Farhad Lori Sheikh Hosseini, University of Manitoba, Canada; Anton Menshov, The University of Texas at
Austin, United States; Reza Gholami, Vladimir Okhmatovski, University of Manitoba, Canada
Johnson Wang, Wang Electro-Opto Corporation, United States
TU-A1.3A.210:20
TU-UB.1A.810:40
Beam Steering a Quadrifilar Helix Antenna at S-Band Using a Monopole
A Fully Numerical Method Based on Double Exponential Formulas for Strongly Singular
Volume Integrals
Tiffany Mannion, University of Massachusetts Lowell and Draper, United States; Amy Duwel, Draper,
United States; Alkim Akyurtlu, University of Massachusetts Lowell, United States; Brian Smith, John
Grandfield, Draper, United States
Gokhun Selcuk, Oguz Demir, C. Duygu Ozturk, Aselsan Inc., Turkey
TU-UB.1A.911:00
TU-A1.3A.310:40
MoM Solution of Various Electromagnetic Problems Using Fuzzy Pulse Basis Function
Broadband Grid-slotted Patch Antenna Array with Wide-angle Scanning Property
Rajarshi Bhattacharya, National Institute of Technology Patna, India; Kalyan Majumder, Bharat Sanchar
Nigam Limited, India; Seemanti Saha, National Institute of Technology Patna, India
Li Gu, Yan-wen Zhao, Qiang-ming Cai, Zhi-peng Zhang, Li-li Chen, University of Electronic Science and
Technology of China, China
TU-A1.3A.411:00
A Novel Planar Phased Array With Wide Beam-Scanning Coverage
You-Feng Cheng, Xiao Ding, Wei Shao, Sheng-Bing Shi, University of Electronic Science and Technology
of China, China
TU-A1.3A.511:20
A Full-Solid-Angle Scanning Planar Phased Array
Zixuan Yi, Qi Zhu, University of Science and Technology of China, China
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Tuesday, June 28
TU-A5.1A
08:00 - 09:40
Vieques
Tuesday, June 28
TU-A2.2A
Antenna Design for MIMO Applications
Fabry-Perot Resonant Cavity Antennas II
Session Chair: Mohammad Sharawi, King Fahd University of Petroleum and Minerals
(KFUPM)
Session Chair: David Jackson, University of Houston
TU-A2.2A.108:00
Simulation-Driven Optimization of a Compact Fabry-Perot Cavity Antenna
TU-A5.1A.108:00
A Self-Grounded Dual-Polarized Wideband Bowtie With Improved MIMO Performance in
Random-LOS
Maria Kovaleva, Basit Ali Zeb, David Bulger, Karu P. Esselle, Macquarie University, Australia
TU-A2.2A.208:20
Sadegh Mansouri Moghaddam, Per-Simon Kildal, Andrés Alayón Glazunov, Jian Yang, Chalmers University
of Technology, Sweden; Mattias Gustafsson, Huawei Technologies Sweden AB, Gothenburg, Sweden
Efficient Design of Multiple-fed Leaky Wave/Fabry-Perot antennas
Filippo Costa, Davide Bianchi, Agostino Monorchio, Giuliano Manara, University of Pisa, Italy
TU-A5.1A.208:20
TU-A2.2A.308:40
Polarimetric Interference-Alignment Beamforming
High Gain Circularly-Polarized Fabry-Perot Dielectric Resonator Antenna for MMW
applications
Carlos Viteri-Mera, Fernando L. Teixeira, The Ohio State University, United States
TU-A5.1A.308:40
Mohammad Akbari Choubar, Shraman Gupta, Abdelrazik Sebak, Concordia University, Canada
Compact 4-Element MIMO Antenna with Isolation Enhancement for 4G LTE Terminals
TU-A2.2A.409:00
Muhammad Ikram, Rifaqat Hussain, Asim Ghalib, Mohammad S. Sharawi, King Fahd University of
Petroleum and Minerals, Saudi Arabia
Single Dielectric Resonator Antenna with Enhanced Gain and Scanning Capabilities
Ahmed Kishk, Concordia University, Canada
TU-A5.1A.409:00
TU-A2.2A.509:20
Wideband Collocated Antennas for Radiation Pattern Diversity Applications
Gain Enhancement of Wideband Fabry-Perot Resonator Antennas using a Short Horn
Lila Mouffok, Saad Dahlab University, Algeria; Farid Ghanem, Centre de développement des technologies
avancées, Algeria
Yuehe Ge, Huaqiao University, Canada; Zhizhang (David) Chen, University of Electronic Science and
Technology of China, China
TU-A5.1A.509:20
Half Circle Shape Monopole Based 4-Element MIMO Antenna
Abdelmoniem T. Hassan, King Fahd University of Petroleum and Minerals, Saudi Arabia; Muhammad
U. Khan, National University of Sciences & Technology, Pakistan; Mohammad S. Sharawi, King Fahd
University of Petroleum and Minerals, Saudi Arabia
E
Tuesday, June 28
TU-UE.1A
08:00 - 09:40
Icaco
Tuesday, June 28
TU-A2.3A
10:00 - 11:40
Icaco
Frequency-Selective Surfaces I
Session Co-Chairs: Simone Genovesi, University of Pisa; Elham Baladi, University of Alberta
Dept. of Electrical and Computer Engineering
10:00 - 11:40
Vieques
TU-A2.3A.110:00
High-Power Electromagnetics and Effects on Systems
Far-field High-resolution Imaging of Conducting Obstacles using Metamaterial-lined
Aperture Arrays
Session Co-Chairs: Mauro Ettorre, CNRS, IETR UMR 6164; Felix Vega, Universidad Nacional
de Colombia
Elham Baladi, Ashwin K. Iyer, University of Alberta, Canada
TU-UE.1A.110:00
TU-A2.3A.210:20
Felix Vega, Francisco Roman, Universidad Nacional de Colombia, Colombia; Nestor Peña, Universidad de
los Andes, Colombia; John Pantoja, Universidad Nacional de Colombia, Colombia; Nicolas Mora, Farhad
Rachidi, Swiss Institute of Technology of Lausanne, EPFL, Switzerland
Michele Borgese, Filippo Costa, Simone Genovesi, Agostino Monorchio, Giuliano Manara, Università di
Pisa, Italy
Multi-Frequency Polarizarition Converter With Enhanced Angular Robustness
High Power Electromagnetics Applied to Humanitarian Demining in Colombia
TU-A2.3A.310:40
Design of a New Bi-State Active Frequency Selective Surface
TU-UE.1A.210:20
DESIGN OF AN EFFICIENT HIGH POWER ELECTROMAGNETIC RADIATOR USING A YAGI-UDA
ANTENNA CONNECTED TO A SWITCHED OSCILLATOR (YU+SWO)
Mahboobeh Mahmoodi, Kristen M. Donnell, Missouri University of Science and Technology, United States
TU-A2.3A.411:00
Felix Vega, John Alejandro Rangel, Universidad Nacional de Colombia, Colombia; Farhad Rachidi, Swiss
Institute of Technology of Lausanne, EPFL, Switzerland; Yan-zhao Xie, Xi’an Jiaotong University, China
A Planar Surface Wave Propagation for Sensing Application
Ahmed Nashed, Sujeet Chaudhuri, Safieddin Safavi-Naeini, University of Waterloo, Canada
TU-UE.1A.310:40
TU-A2.3A.511:20
Analysis and Applications of Planar Bessel Beam Launchers
Dual-Polarized Absorber Based on 3-D Frequency Selective Structure
Jason Heebl, Faris Alsolamy, University of Michigan, United States; Mauro Ettorre, University of Rennes 1,
France; Anthony Grbic, University of Michigan, United States
Ahmed Omar, Zhongxiang Shen, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore
TU-UE.1A.411:00
Exploring High-fidelity Modeling and Multi-Scale Simulation Methods for EMI/EMC
Analysis of IC and electronics
Yang Shao, Shu Wang, Zhen Peng, University of New Mexico, United States
TU-UE.1A.511:20
Research on EM Leakage and Monitoring of Telecommunication Devices onboard
Ping Xu, Yanyan Wang, Wenxing Li, Yingsong Li, Tao Jiang, Harbin Engineering University, China
61
Tuesday, June 28
TU-A2.4A
08:00 - 11:40
Palominito
Tuesday, June 28
TU.A3-1A
Plasmonics and Nanoantennas
08:00 - 11:00
Palmas
Optimization Methods in EM Designs
Session Co-Chairs: Douglas Werner, Pennsylvania State University; Pai-Yen Chen, Wayne
State University
Session Co-Chairs: Slawomir Koziel, Reykjavik University; Sawyer Campbell, Penn State
TU.A3-1A.108:00
Plasmonics to Dielectrics: a Resonant Sphere Perspective
Automated Simulation-Driven Design Tuning of Circularly Polarized Microstrip Patch
Antennas
TU-A2.4A.208:20
TU.A3-1A.208:20
TU-A2.4A.108:00
Dimitrios Tzarouchis, Ari Sihvola, Aalto University, Finland
Stanislav Ogurtsov, Slawomir Koziel, Reykjavik University, Iceland
Periodic Leaky Wave Antenna for Spoof Plasmon Radiation
Low-Cost Multi-Objective Optimization of Antennas Using Pareto Front Exploration and
Response Features
Bingqian Lu, Anastasios H. Panaretos, Douglas Werner, The Pennsylvania State University, United States
Slawomir Koziel, Reykjavik University, Iceland; Adrian Bekasiewicz, Gdansk University of Technology,
Poland
TU-A2.4A.308:40
Sinusoidally Modulated Reactance Surface Approach for Spoof Plasmon Radiation
Anastasios H. Panaretos, Douglas Werner, The Pennsylvania State University, United States
TU.A3-1A.308:40
GRIN Lens Design Through the use of Surrogate Models Based on Zernike Aberrations
TU-A2.4A.409:00
John A. Easum, Jogender Nagar, Sawyer D. Campbell, Douglas Werner, The Pennsylvania State University,
United States
Tunable and Multi-Band Plasmon Resonance Gratings Using Spheroidal Nanoparticles
Farhad Azadi Namin, AmirKabir University of Technology, Iran; Douglas Werner, The Pennsylvania State
University, United States
TU.A3-1A.409:00
Fireworks Algorithm: A New Swarm Intelligence Technique for Electromagnetic
Optimization
TU-A2.4A.509:20
A Novel Computational Technique for Plasmonic Structures Based on Stochastic
Representation
Elie BouDaher, Ahmad Hoorfar, Villanova University, United States
Ramakrishna Janaswamy, University of Massachusetts Amherst, United States
TU.A3-1A.509:20
Isolation Performance of a Non-uniform Capacitively Loaded Mushroom-Type EBG
Structure
Break09:40
TU-A2.4A.610:00
Anastasios H. Panaretos, Douglas Werner, The Pennsylvania State University, United States
Full Electrodynamic Resonant Modes on Subwavelength Spheroidal Nano-Antennas
Dimitrios Tzarouchis, Teemu Manninen, Pasi Ylä-Oijala, Ari Sihvola, Aalto University, Finland
Break09:40
TU.A3-1A.610:00
TU-A2.4A.710:20
Gradient-Based Shape Optimization for Electromagnetic Problems Using IGFEM
Characteristic Analysis for Optical Antennas: A Generalized Equivalent Circuit Model for
Nanoparticles
Kedi Zhang, Ahmad Raeisi Najafi, Philippe H. Geubelle, Jian-Ming Jin, University of Illinois at UrbanaChampaign, United States
Ying S. Cao, The University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong SAR of China; Li Jun Jiang, University of Hong
Kong, Hong Kong SAR of China
TU.A3-1A.710:20
Synthesis of Antenna Arrays Using Symbiotic Organisms Search (SOS) Algorithm
TU-A2.4A.810:40
Nihad Dib, Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory, Jordan
Theoretical Derivation of the Radiation Parameters for Thin-wire Nanoloop Antennas
Jogender Nagar, Bingqian Lu, Taiwei Yue, Douglas Werner, The Pennsylvania State University, United
States; Mario Pantoja, University of Granada, United States
TU.A3-1A.810:40
TU-A2.4A.911:00
Dong Zhu, Fei Hu, Liang Lang, Liang Wu, Xiaohui Peng, Huazhong University of Science and Technology,
China
Multi-objective Optimization of Circular Lattice Arrays in Aperture Synthesis Radiometers
Efficient Rectification of Infrared Radiation Using Nano-Rectennas and Slow-Light
Microstructures
Mehdi Hajizadegan, Pai-Yen Chen, Wayne State University, United States
TU-A2.4A.1011:20
Gain Enhanced Tunable Stacked Antenna Using Ferromangetics and Ferroelectrics
Yaaqoub Malallah, Khaled Alhassoon, Dilip Venkatesh, Drexel University, United States; Chins Chinnasamy,
Melania Marinescu, Electron Energy Corporation (EEC), United States; Hartmut Gundel, Universite de
Nantes, France; Afshin Daryoush, Drexel University, United States
62
Tuesday, June 28
TU-A5.2A
08:00 - 11:00
Ceiba
Circularly-Polarized mm-Wave Antennas
Tuesday, June 28
TU-A5.3A
08:00 - 11:40
Siete Mares
Energy Harvesting Antennas
Session Co-Chairs: Filippo Capolino, University of California, Irvine; Kazeen Yinusa
Session Co-Chairs: Omar Ramahi, University of Waterloo; Hai Deng, Florida International
University
TU-A5.2A.108:00
Sequential Feeding Networks for Subarrays of Circularly Polarized Patch Antenna
TU-A5.3A.108:00
3-D Stacked Antenna Panels: The Promise of High Efficient Energy Harveters
Mohammad Akbari Choubar, Shraman Gupta, Abdelrazik Sebak, Concordia University, Canada
Thamer Almoneef, Omar Ramahi, University of Waterloo, Canada
TU-A5.2A.208:20
V-band Planar Single-layer Circularly-Polarized Fabry-Pérot Cavity Antennas
TU-A5.3A.208:20
A Hemispherical Monopole Rectenna Array for Multi-Directional, Multi-Polarization, and
Multi-Band Ambient RF Energy Harvesting
Alister Hosseini, Franco De Flaviis, Filippo Capolino, University of California, Irvine, United States
TU-A5.2A.308:40
Bohan Zhang, Joshua Kovitz, Yahya Rahmat-Samii, University of California, Los Angeles, United States
Broadband Beamforming of Terahertz Pulses with a Single-Chip 4×2 Array in Silicon
M. Mahdi Assefzadeh, Aydin Babakhani, Rice University, United States
TU-A5.3A.308:40
A New RF Rectifier for Energy Harvesting with Enhanced Dynamic Power Range
TU-A5.2A.409:00
Mahmoud Abdallah, Joseph Costantine, American University of Beirut, Lebanon; Ali Ramadan, Fahad
Bin Sultan University, Saudi Arabia; Youssef Tawk, Notre Dame University, Louaize, Lebanon; Christos
Christodoulou, University of New Mexico, United States
Accurate Low Cost Phaseless Measurement Method of CP Antennas at Millimeter Wave
and Terahertz Bands
Shubhendu Bhardwaj, Niru K. Nahar, John Volakis, The Ohio State University, United States
TU-A5.3A.409:00
TU-A5.2A.509:20
Planar Wireless Power Tranfer System with Embedded Magnetic Metamaterial Resonators
A Dual Circularly Polarized Patch Antenna for Broadband MilliMeter Wave (MMW)
Communication Systems
David Senior, State University of New York at Oswego, United States; Patanjali Parimi, State University
of New York, United States
Hussam Al-Saedi, University of Waterloo, Canada; Jawad K. Ali, University of Technology, Iraq; Wael M.
Abdel-Wahab, Suren Gigoyan, Safieddin Safavi-Naeini, University of Waterloo, Canada
TU-A5.3A.509:20
Metasurface for Near-Unity Electromagnetic Energy Harvesting and Wireless Power
Transfer
Break09:40
Mohamed El Badawe, Omar Ramahi, University of Waterloo, Canada
TU-A5.2A.610:00
Circularly Polarized Series-Fed Patch Array for THz Applications
Break09:40
Bai Xue, Shi-Wei Qu, University of Electronic Science and Technology of China, China; Chi-Hou Chan, State
Key Laboratory of Millimeter Waves, Partner Laboratory in City University of Hong Kong Kowloon, Hong
Kong, China, Hong Kong SAR of China
TU-A5.3A.610:00
Design and Implementation of A Highly Efficient UHF Energy Harvesting Antenna
Muhammad Khan, Hai Deng, Florida International University, United States
TU-A5.2A.710:20
A Circularly Polarized Planar Aperture Antenna Array at 60 GHz Band
TU-A5.3A.710:20
Three-Band Ambient Wireless Energy Harvesting System
Dia’aaldin J. Bisharat, Quan Xue, City University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong SAR of China
Yong Zhou, University of Texas Rio Grande Valley, United States; Cesar Huerta, Jaime Hinojosa, CEMEX,
United States
TU-A5.2A.810:40
Compact 60 GHz Circularly Polarized Array Antenna with Enhanced Isolation in LTCC
Technology
TU-A5.3A.810:40
Adjustable Frequency Antenna Using Flexible Material for RF Energy Harvesting
Application
Mohammad Fakharzadeh, Sharif University of Technology, Iran
Do Hanh Ngan Bui, Tan Phu Vuong, University of Grenoble-Alpes, France; Jacques Verdier, Bruno Allard,
University of Lyon, INSA, France; Philippe Benech, University of Grenoble-Alpes, France
TU-A5.3A.911:00
A Multi-band Fractal Antenna for RF Energy Harvesting
Zehua Zhou, Weiwei Liao, Qingfeng Zhang, Fangzhou Han, Yifan Chen, South University of Science and
Technology of China, China
TU-A5.3A.1011:20
Electromagnetic Power Harvester Using Wide-Angle and Polarization-Insensitive
Metasurfaces
Xuanming Zhang, Long Li, Xidian University, China
63
Tuesday, June 28
TU-A3.2A
08:00 - 11:20
Las Croabas
Multiphysics Techniques and Applications
Tuesday, June 28
TU-A1.4A
08:00 - 11:20
Grand Caribbean Salon VI
Reconfigurable Antenna Arrays
Session Chair: Ergun Simsek, George Washington University
Session Co-Chairs: Fan Yang, Tsinghua University; Paolo Rocca, ELEDIA Research Center,
University of Trento
TU-A3.2A.108:00
Numerical and Experimental Electro-Thermal Characterization of Log-Periodic Antennas
TU-A1.4A.108:00
A Sparse Array Antenna using 2-D Pattern Reconfigurable Antenna
Jaegeun Ha, Dejan Filipovic, University of Colorado Boulder, United States
Satoshi Yamaguchi, Naoyuki Yamamoto, Takashi Maruyama, Masataka Ohtsuka, Hiroaki Miyashita,
Mitsubishi Electric Corporation, Japan
TU-A3.2A.208:20
Enhanced Electromagnetic Measurement with High Contrast Nanoparticles Injection
TU-A1.4A.208:20
Yunyun Hu, Qing Huo Liu, Duke University, United States
A 1-Bit Double-Layer Square Slot Element for Reconfigurable Transmitarray Design
TU-A3.2A.308:40
Jun Luo, Fan Yang, Shenheng Xu, Maokun Li, Tsinghua University, China
Numerical Simulation of Coupled Transient Electro-Thermal Fields with the Meshless RPIM
TU-A1.4A.308:40
Xiaoyan Zhang, East China Jiaotong University, China; Zhizhang (David) Chen, Dalhousie University,
Canada; Yiqiang Yu, East China Jiaotong University, China
Design Aspects of a Broadband Beam-Reconfigurable Leaky-Wave Antenna
Elena Abdo-Sánchez, David Palacios, Carlos Frías, Yak Ng-Molina, Teresa M. Martín-Guerrero, Carlos
Camacho-Peñalosa, Universidad de Málaga, Spain
TU-A3.2A.409:00
Nonlinear Modeling of Plasma Shielding Effect During High-Power Microwave Breakdown
TU-A1.4A.409:00
Su Yan, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, United States; Andrew D. Greenwood, Air Force
Research Laboratory, United States; Jian-Ming Jin, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, United
States
Low-Loss Wideband Feed Networks for High Gain Microfluidic Beam-Scanning Focal Plane
Arrays
Enrique González, Gokhan Mumcu, University of South Florida, United States
TU-A3.2A.509:20
System-by-Design Methodology for Multiscale and Multiphysics Synthesis Problems
TU-A1.4A.509:20
Andrea Massa, Giacomo Oliveri, Marco Salucci, Paolo Rocca, University of Trento, Italy
Tunable Band Rejection of Wideband Arrays Using Digital Variable Capacitors
Dimitrios Papantonis, The Ohio State University ElectroScience Laboratory, United States; John Volakis,
The Ohio State University, United States
Break09:40
TU-A3.2A.610:00
Break09:40
Analytical and Multiphysial-Numerical Models for Plasma-Waves in double and Multiple
Channel HEMTs
TU-A1.4A.610:00
A Four Sectorial Software Controlled Reconfigurable MIMO Antenna System
Shubhendu Bhardwaj, Siddharth Rajan, John Volakis, The Ohio State University, United States
Fadi Makhlouf, Youssef Tawk, Notre Dame University, Lebanon; Joseph Costantine, American University of
Beirut, Lebanon; Christos Christodoulou, University of New Mexico, United States
TU-A3.2A.710:20
Analysis of Collision Avoidance Systems for Automobile Applications
TU-A1.4A.710:20
Iván González, Felipe Catedra, Alcalá University, Spain; María-Jesús Algar, Aaron Gonzalez, Alvaro
Somolinos, Gustavo Romero, Javier Moreno, newFASANT, Spain
Ka-Band Electronically Scanned Artificial Impedance Surface Antenna
Ryan Quarfoth, Amit Patel, HRL Laboratories, LLC, United States; Daniel Gregoire, Holographic Sciences,
United States
TU-A3.2A.810:40
Circulant Sensing Matrix Optimization For Efficient Compressive Sensing in Reconstructing
Light Field
TU-A1.4A.810:40
A High Gain Pattern Reconfigurable Antenna with Simple Structure
Kun Ren, Beijing University of Technology, China; Hai Deng, Florida International University, United
States; Yuqing Yang, Guangmin Sun, Beijing University of Technology, China
Youngsub Kim, Young Joong Yoon, Yonsei University, Republic of Korea
TU-A3.2A.911:00
TU-A1.4A.911:00
Oualid Makhlouf, Marylène Cueille, Jean-Lou Dubard, University of Nice Sophia Antipolis/CNRS/LEAT,
France
Ali Raza, Muhammad U. Khan, National University of Sciences & Technology, Pakistan; Rifaqat Hussain,
King Fahd University of Petroleum and Minerals, Saudi Arabia; Farooq A. Tahir, National University
of Sciences & Technology, Pakistan; Mohammad S. Sharawi, King Fahd University of Petroleum and
Minerals, Saudi Arabia
A 2-Element Reconfigurable MIMO Antenna Consisting of Miniaturized Patch Elements
TLM Computation of Temperature Distribution in Human Head Exposed to Electromagnetic
Waves
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B
Tuesday, June 28
TU-UB.2A
08:00 - 11:20
Grand Caribbean Salon III
Tuesday, June 28
TU-SP.1P
Special Session
13:20 - 17:00
Grand Atlantic Salon I
Imaging and Inverse Scattering: From Extremely Low Frequencies to
Near Infrared
The History of AP-S: Significant Achievements in Antenna Design,
Analysis and Education
TU-UB.2A.108:00
TU-SP.1P.113:20
Session Chair: Gianluca Lazzi, University of Utah
Session Co-Chairs: Stuart Long, University of Houston; Kathleen Melde, University of Arizona
Effect of Green’s function choice in Radio Frequency Tomography to investigate reinforced
concrete structures
Reflector Antennas: An Antenna Topology that Never Gets Old
Yahya Rahmat-Samii, University of California, Los Angeles, United States
Danilo Erricolo, Tadahiro Negishi, University of Illinois at Chicago, United States; Gianluca Gennarelli,
Francesco Soldovieri, National Research Council, Italy
TU-SP.1P.213:40
The Early History of the Dielectric Resonator Antenna
Stuart A. Long, Ellen M. O’Connor, University of Houston, United States
TU-UB.2A.208:20
Radar Signatures of Small Consumer Drones
TU-SP.1P.314:00
Chenchen Li, Hao Ling, The University of Texas at Austin, United States
A History of MIMO Wireless Communications
Michael Jensen, Brigham Young University, United States
TU-UB.2A.308:40
A Sparsity Regularized In-Exact Newton Method for the Reconstruction of Two Dimensional
Inhomogeneous Domains
TU-SP.1P.414:20
Antennas and Propagation in Communication Systems: Past, Present, and Future
Ali Imran Sandhu, Abdulla Desmal, Hakan Bagci, King Abdullah University of Science and Technology,
Saudi Arabia
Warren Stutzman, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, United States
TU-SP.1P.514:40
TU-UB.2A.409:00
The Genesis and Evolution of a Textbook on Antennas
Microwave Imaging in Noisy Environments Using FDTD Time Reversal Method
Constantine A. Balanis, Arizona State University, United States
Ayed AlAjmi, Mohammad Saed, Texas Tech University, United States
Break15:00
TU-UB.2A.509:20
Synthetic Study of the Use of Bessel Beam Illumination in 2D Microwave Tomography
TU-SP.1P.615:20
Development of Leaky-Wave Antennas
Nozhan Bayat, Chen Niu, Puyan Mojabi, University of Manitoba, Canada
Break09:40
David R. Jackson, University of Houston, United States; Paolo Baccarelli, Paolo Burghignoli, Alessandro
Galli, Giampiero Lovat, Sapienza University of Rome, Italy
TU-UB.2A.610:00
TU-SP.1P.715:40
Experimental dynamical evolution of precursors through dispersive media in THz and
NIR bands
A Personal Overview of the Development of Microstrip Patch Antennas
Kai Fong Lee, University of Mississippi, United States
Ana Vazquez Alejos, Universidad de Vigo, Spain; Muhammad Dawood, New Mexico State University,
United States; Francisco Falcone, Universidad Pública de Navarra, Spain
TU-SP.1P.816:00
Nanoelectromagnetism
TU-UB.2A.710:20
Nader Engheta, University of Pennsylvania, United States
Mapping of Scattering Phase Centers on Vehicles at Millimeter-Wave Frequencies
TU-SP.1P.916:20
Amr Ibrahim, Abdulrahman Alaqeel, Adib Nashashibi, Kamal Sarabandi, The University of Michigan,
United States
Historical Overview of EM Metamaterials
Cristian Della Giovampaola, Stefano Maci, University of Siena, Italy
TU-UB.2A.810:40
Leveraging spatial harmonic filtering for image acquisition using metamaterials
TU-SP.1P.1016:40
The Development of HFSS
Erik Gamez, Suresh Venkatesh, David Schurig, Gianluca Lazzi, University of Utah, United States
Zoltan Cendes, ANSYS, Inc., United States
TU-UB.2A.911:00
Hydraulic Fracture Imaging with Electromagnetic Measurements under Low Frequency
Yunyun Hu, Yuan Fang, Junwen Dai, Zhiru Yu, Qing Huo Liu, Duke University, United States
65
Tuesday, June 28
TU-SP.2P
Special Session
13:20 - 16:40
Grand Atlantic Salon II
Tuesday, June 28
TU-A2.1P
13:20 - 17:00
Grand Atlantic Salon III
4D Arrays as Enabling Technology for Future Wireless Systems
Design and Applications of Metamaterials II
TU-SP.2P.113:20
TU-A2.1P.113:20
Session Chair: Paolo Rocca, ELEDIA Research Center, University of Trento
Session Chair: Vincenzo Galdi, University of Sannio
Pulse Sequence Optimization in Time-Modulated Arrays for Secure Communications
Super Synchronous Operation of Traveling Wave Tubes Based on Band Edge Degeneracy
Mohammad Abdul Hannan, Lorenzo Poli, Paolo Rocca, Andrea Massa, University of Trento, Italy
Mohamed A. K. Othman, Mehdi Veysi, Alexander Figotin, Filippo Capolino, University of California, Irvine,
United States
TU-SP.2P.213:40
Time-Modulated Arrays with Sum of Weighted Cosine Pulses
TU-A2.1P.213:40
High-Power Metamaterial Phase Shifter Using a Relay-Based Approach
Roberto Maneiro, Julio Bregains, Jose Antonio Garcia Naya, Luis Castedo, University of A Coruna, Spain
Micah Gregory, Daniel Binion, Cooper Cicero, Jeremy Bossard, Pingjuan Werner, Douglas Werner, The
Pennsylvania State University, United States; Clinton Scarborough, E x H, Inc., United States; Scott
Griffiths, Matthew Ketner, Joint Non-Lethal Weapons Directorate, United States
TU-SP.2P.314:00
Efficient Sideband Suppression in 4D Antenna Arrays with Multiple Time Modulation
Frequencies
TU-A2.1P.314:00
Jixin Guo, Shiwen Yang, Yikai Chen, University of Electronic Science and Technology of China, China
Low-Cost and Compact Metamaterial Filter with Split-Ring-Resonator Elements for Phased
Array
TU-SP.2P.414:20
The importance of nonlinear/electromagnetic co-simulation on time-modulated array
synthesis
Te-Kao Wu, FSS and Antenna Consulting, United States
TU-A2.1P.414:20
Diego Masotti, Alessandra Costanzo, University of Bologna, Italy; Paolo Rocca, Andrea Massa, University
of Trento, Italy
A λo/60 Spherical Spiral Metamaterial for Negative Permeability and Negative
Permittivity
TU-SP.2P.514:40
Kathryn Smith, Ryan Adams, University of North Carolina at Charlotte, United States
Synthesis of 4-D Beampatterns Using 4-D Arrays
Da-Gang Fang, A-Min Yao, Wen Wu, Nanjing University of Science and Technology, China
TU-A2.1P.514:40
Fully-Printed NRI-TL Metamaterial Phase-Shifting Lines Implemented in CPS Technology
Break15:00
Panayiota Antoniou, Marco A. Antoniades, University of Cyprus, Cyprus
TU-SP.2P.615:20
Break15:00
Jerome Euziere, Régis Guinvarc’h, Israel Hinostroza, CentraleSupélec - Université Paris Saclay, France;
Bernard Uguen, Raphaël Gillard, INSA Rennes, France
TU-A2.1P.615:20
Optimizing Communication in TMA for Radar
A Compact, Metamaterial Beamformer Designed Through Optimization
Brian Tierney, Anthony Grbic, University of Michigan, United States
TU-SP.2P.715:40
Subarrayed 4D Antenna Arrays with Tapered Amplitude Excitations
TU-A2.1P.715:40
A Broadband Metamaterial Based Beam-Shifter
Dong Ni, Shiwen Yang, Yikai Chen, University of Electronic Science and Technology of China, China
Mahbod Salmasi, Michal Okoniewski, Michael E. Potter, University of Calgary, Canada
TU-SP.2P.816:00
Time-Modulated Concentric Ring Antenna Array for a Wide Coverage Pattern
TU-A2.1P.816:00
Nonlinear Fresnel Zone Plate Reflector
Luz I Balderas, Alberto Reyna, Universidad Autonoma de Tamaulipas, Mexico; Marco A. Panduro, CICESE
Research Center, Mexico
Scott Rudolph, Naval Research Laboratory, United States
TU-SP.2P.916:20
TU-A2.1P.916:20
Efficiency Improvement for Time Modulated Antenna Arrays
A testbed for bandwidth characterization of non-Foster metamaterials
Jingfeng Chen, Xianling Liang, Ronghong Jin, Junping Geng, Chong He, Ping Li, Shanghai Jiao Tong
University, China
Konstantinos Lekkas, Emilie Avignon-Meseldzija, CentraleSupélec, France; Fabrice Boust, ONERA, France
TU-A2.1P.1016:40
Effects of Latency and Quantization Noise on Digital Discrete-Time Non-Foster Circuits
Killian Steer, Patrick Kehoe, Thomas Weldon, University of North Carolina at Charlotte, United States
66
Tuesday, June 28
TU-A1.1P
13:20 - 16:40
Grand Caribbean Salon I-II
Microstrip Antennas IV
Tuesday, June 28
TU-A3.1P
13:20 - 16:40
Grand Caribbean Salon VII-VIII
Advances in Integral Equation Formulations
Session Chair: Amir Boag, Tel Aviv University
Session Co-Chairs: Kristof Cools, University of Nottingham; Daniel Weile, University of
Delaware
TU-A1.1P.113:20
Modified Series-Fed Dual-Polarized Antenna Lattice With Improved Bandwidth
TU-A3.1P.113:20
Balanced Electric-Magnetic Absorber Green’s Function Method for MoM Matrix Thinning
Izabela Slomian, Krzysztof Wincza, Slawomir Gruszczynski, Artur Rydosz, AGH University of Science and
Technology, Poland
Raphael Kastner, Naor Shay, Tel-Aviv University, Israel; Daniel S. Weile, University of Delaware, United
States
TU-A1.1P.213:40
Slot-Coupled Barbel Antenna
TU-A3.1P.213:40
Surface Integral Equation Using Numerical Green’s Function of Anisotropic Inhomogeneous
Media
Kasper L. Jørgensen, Kaj B. Jakobsen, Technical University of Denmark, Denmark
TU-A1.1P.314:00
Hui Gan, Qi Dai, Tian Xia, Weng Cho Chew, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, United States; Lin
Sun, Youngstown State University, United States
Fast Prototyping of Self-Structuring Patch Antenna
Christopher Oakley, Lee Harle, Michigan State University, United States
TU-A3.1P.314:00
TU-A1.1P.414:20
A Non-Resonant Single Source Augmented Integral Equation for the Scattering Problem
of Homogeneous Lossless Dielectrics
Performance Comparison of Ka-Band Cross-Aperture Coupled Circularly Polarized
Microstrip Patch Antennas with Single Feed
Felipe Vico, Miguel Ferrando-Bataller, Tomás Bernabeu-Jiménez, Daniel Sánchez-Escuderos, Polytechnic
University of Valencia, Spain
Rainee Simons, NASA Glenn Research Center, United States
TU-A1.1P.514:40
TU-A3.1P.414:20
Design of High Directivity Microstrip Patch Antenna Using Design of Experiments
Eigenvalue Analysis with the Boundary Element Method and the Sakurai-Sugiura Method
for Periodic Boundary Value Problems for Helmholtz’ Equation in 3D
Aseim Elfrgani, C. J. Reddy, Altair Engineering, United States
Takaya Yamamoto, Kazuki Niino, Naoshi Nishimura, Kyoto University, Japan
Break15:00
TU-A1.1P.615:20
TU-A3.1P.514:40
A Probe-Fed Antenna with Wide Frequency Bandwidth
A CFIE-Based Electromagnetic Solver for Composite Objects
Shuguang Chen, Mahmoud Khalil, Timothy Bocskor, Mahbub Hoque, US Army, United States
Jian Guan, Su Yan, Jian-Ming Jin, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, United States
TU-A1.1P.715:40
Break15:00
Bandwidth Enlargement of Microstrip Antenna toward Low Frequency Adding Double
Layer Parasitic Elements
TU-A3.1P.615:20
On reducing current expansion order in shadowed regions of scatterers analyzed by
Method of moments
Takashi Maki, Takayashi Sasaki, Keizo Cho, Chiba Institute of Technology, Japan; Tatsuhiko Yoshihara,
Taisuke Ihara, NTT Docomo, Japan
Miodrag Tasic, Branko Kolundzija, University of Belgrade, Yugoslavia
TU-A1.1P.816:00
TU-A3.1P.715:40
Circularly-Polarized Antenna Array for Beam Steering
Building Integral Equation Methods With the Open-Source Library BEM++
Bernardo Moscardini Fabiani, Daniel Chagas do Nascimento, Technological Institute of Aeronautics, Brazil
Elwin van ‘t Wout, Pontificia Universidad Catolica de Chile, Chile; Timo Betcke, Matthew Scroggs,
University College London, United Kingdom
TU-A1.1P.916:20
A Simulation Technique for RF Amplifier Circuits Using ANSYS Electronics Desktop
TU-A3.1P.816:00
Marcelo Magalhães, Marcos Heckler, Universidade Federal do Pampa, Brazil; Andreas Winterstein, Lukasz
Greda, German Aerospace Center (DLR), Germany
Multilevel Fast Multipole Algorithm for Dielectric Large-scale Electromagnetics Scattering
Problems using GPU clusters
Nghia Tran, Ozlem Kilic, The Catholic University of America, United States
TU-A3.1P.916:20
Stable Solution of Surface Integral Equations for Transient Electromagnetic Scattering by
Dielectric Objects
Wen Jie Chen, Jian Zhang, Mei Song Tong, Tongji University, China
67
Tuesday, June 28
TU-A1.2P
13:20 - 16:00
Culebra
B
Phased-Array Synthesis
Tuesday, June 28
TU-UB.1P
13:20 - 17:00
Vieques
Wireless Communications, Sensors and RFIDs
Session Co-Chairs: Andrea Massa, University of Trento; Sudhakar Rao, Northrop Grumman
Aerospace Systems
Session Chair: Gianluca Lazzi, University of Utah
TU-UB.1P.113:20
Over-the-air Testing of Wireless Devices in a Reconfigurable Chamber
TU-A1.2P.113:20
Synthesis of Sparse Arrays Radiating Shaped Beams
Rashid Mehmood, Brigham Young University, United States; Jon Wallace, Lafayette College, United
States; Michael Jensen, Brigham Young University, United States
Giulia Buttazzoni, Roberto Vescovo, University of Trieste, Italy
TU-A1.2P.213:40
TU-UB.1P.213:40
Synthesis of Circular Isophoric Sparse Arrays by using Compressive-Sensing
Spatial Imaging Using a Communication System’s Channel State Information
Carlo Bencivenni, Marianna Ivashina, Rob Maaskant, Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden
Khem Narayan Poudel, David Schurig, Neal Patwari, University of Utah, United States
TU-A1.2P.314:00
TU-UB.1P.314:00
Systematic Approach to Inhomogeneous Linear Arrays
Improvement of Isolation and ECC Using Orthogonal Current Distribution for Mobile
Handsets
Adam Narbudowicz, Dublin Institute of Technology / RWTH Aachen University, Germany; Dirk Heberling,
RWTH Aachen University, Germany; Max J. Ammann, Dublin Institute of Technology, Ireland
Jae-Gon Lee, Jeong-Hae Lee, Hongik University, Republic of Korea
TU-A1.2P.414:20
TU-UB.1P.414:20
Phase-Only Synthesis of Omnidirectional Patterns with Multiple Nulls from a Uniform
Circular Array
Analysis of Energy Consumption Performance for Wireless Sensor Networks in
Inhomogeneous Vegetation Environments
William Dorsey, Rashmi Mital, Dan Scholnik, Naval Research Laboratory, Radar Division, United States
Leyre Azpilicueta, Tecnologico de Monterrey, Mexico; Erik Aguirre, Peio Lopez-Iturri, Jose Javier Astrain,
Jesus Villadangos, Francisco Falcone, Public University of Navarre, Spain
TU-A1.2P.514:40
Wideband Phased Arrays Optimal Design through Convex Programming
TU-UB.1P.514:40
Giorgio Gottardi, Lorenzo Poli, Mohammad Abdul Hannan, Paolo Rocca, University of Trento, Italy
Radiofrequency Interference Analysis for s-Health and Context Aware scenarios in
Hospital Environments
Break15:00
Peio Lopez-Iturri, Amaia Ortiz de Lejarazu, Erik Aguirre, Public University of Navarre, Spain; Leyre
Azpilicueta, Francisco Falcone, School of Engineering and Sciences Tecnologico de Monterrey, Mexico
TU-A1.2P.615:20
An Innovative Optimization Strategy for Phased Array Tiling
Break15:00
Nicola Anselmi, Paolo Rocca, Andrea Massa, University of Trento, Italy
TU-UB.1P.615:20
TU-A1.2P.715:40
Embedded Wireless Sensor Networks for Context Aware Train Environments
A Novel Method for Computing Element Patterns in Large/Complex Periodic Circular/
Cylindrical Arrays
Leyre Azpilicueta, School of Engineering and Sciences Tecnologico de Monterrey, Mexico; Erik Aguirre, Peio
Lopez-Iturri, Jose Javier Astrain, Jesus Villadangos, Public University of Navarre, Spain; Alfonso Bahillo,
Asier Perllos, Francisco Falcone, Universidad de Deusto, Spain
Michelle Champion, Boris Tomasic, Air Force Research Laboratory, United States
TU-UB.1P.715:40
Reducing non-radiative wireless power transfer sensitivity to coil separation through field
distribution design with metamaterials
Erik Gamez, Naren Viswanathan, Suresh Venkatesh, David Schurig, Gianluca Lazzi, University of Utah,
United States
TU-UB.1P.816:00
Analysis of Wireless Sensor Network Performance in Urban Infrastructure to Vehicle
Scenarios
Leyre Azpilicueta, Cesar Vargas, School of Engineering and Sciences Tecnologico de Monterrey, Mexico;
Peio Lopez-Iturri, Erik Aguirre, Alex Ariznabarreta, Francisco Falcone, Public University of Navarre, Spain
TU-UB.1P.916:20
Conformality Investigation of RFID Antennas Attached to Canonical Metallic Objects
Alexander Moreno, Ashley Palmer, Jessica Ruyle, University of Oklahoma, United States
TU-UB.1P.1016:40
Designing Folded Rotman Lens
Toan Vo Dai, Ozlem Kilic, The Catholic University of America, United States; Zachary Larimore, Mark
Mirotznik, University of Delaware, United States
68
B
Tuesday, June 28
TU-UB.2P
13:20 - 16:40
Icaco
B
Tuesday, June 28
TU-UB.3P
13:20 - 16:40
Palominito
Frequency Selective Surfaces II
Nanoscale Electromagnetics
TU-UB.2P.113:20
TU-UB.3P.113:20
Session Co-Chairs: Alkim Akyurtlu, University of Massachusetts, Lowell; Jafar Shaker,
Communications Research Centre Canada
Session Co-Chairs: Loic Markley, University of British Columbia; Christos Argyropoulos,
University of Nebraska-Lincoln
Loading Techniques to Control Second Order Resonance of a Frequency Selective Surface
(FSS)
The Efficient Mixed FEM with Mass-lumping for Computing the Graphene Plasmonic
Waveguide Modes
Jafar Shaker, Khelifa Hettak, Communications Research Centre Canada, Canada
Na Liu, Guoxiong Cai, Institute of Electromagnetics and Acoustics, and Department of Electronic Science,
University of Xiamen, China; Qing Huo Liu, Duke University, United States
TU-UB.2P.213:40
Dual-Band Miniaturized-Element Frequency Selective Surface With Independently
Controllable Transmission Frequencies
TU-UB.3P.213:40
Electro-Optical Transmission Modulators with Hybrid Graphene/Dielectric Metasurfaces
Christos Argyropoulos, University of Nebraska-Lincoln, United States
Meng Gao, Seyed Mohamad Amin Momeni Hasan Abadi, Nader Behdad, University of WisconsinMadison, United States
TU-UB.3P.314:00
Characteristic Mode Analysis of Individual Graphene Flakes with Crumpled Shapes
TU-UB.2P.314:00
Kalyan Durbhakula, Md Gaffar, Ahmed Hassan, Deb Chatterjee, University of Missouri–Kansas City,
United States; Fernando Vargas-Lara, Jack Douglas, Edward Garboczi, National Institute of Standards
and Technology, United States
Reconfigurable Band Rejection and Band-Pass Frequency Selective Structures
Jeffrey Kula, Prabhakar H. Pathak, John Volakis, The Ohio State University, United States
TU-UB.2P.414:20
TU-UB.3P.414:20
Random Frequency Selective Surfaces With Harmonic Suppressed Frequency Responses
Graphene-Based Mid-Infrared Plasmonic Devices
Seyed Mohamad Amin Momeni Hasan Abadi, Nader Behdad, University of Wisconsin-Madison, United
States
Jun Ding, University of Massachusetts Lowell, United States; Longju Liu, Meng Lu, Iowa State University,
United States; Hualiang Zhang, University of Massachusetts Lowell, United States
TU-UB.2P.514:40
TU-UB.3P.514:40
Experimental Study of Infrared Filters Designed Using Polymer-Based Metallo-Dielectric
Periodic Structures
Field gradients in illuminated tip-sample nanojunctions: importance of multiple
scattering effects
Konstantinos Mavrakakis, John Booske, Nader Behdad, University of Wisconsin-Madison, United States
Faezeh Tork Ladani, Eric Potma, University of California, Irvine, United States
Break15:00
Break15:00
TU-UB.2P.615:20
TU-UB.3P.615:20
A Fully Printed, Optically Transparent, and Electrostatically Tunable Frequency Selective
Surface with BST-Polymer Based Varactors
Theory of distributed feedback lasers based on ordered and disordered plasmonic arrays
Yakir Hadad, The University of Texas at Austin, United States; Femius Koenderink, FOM Institute AMOLF,
Netherlands; Andrea Alù, The University of Texas at Austin, United States
Mahdi Haghzadeh, Craig Armiento, Alkim Akyurtlu, University of Massachusetts Lowell, United States
TU-UB.2P.715:40
TU-UB.3P.715:40
Tunable Frequency Selective Surface using L-shaped Slots
Light Transmission Enhancement through a Thin Layer by a Coating of Opposing
Susceptibility
Saeed I. Latif, Soundarya Yalamanchili, University of South Alabama, United States; Satish Sharma, San
Diego State University, United States
Mohammed Al Shakhs, Lucian Augusto, Loïc Markley, Kenneth Chau, The University of British Columbia,
Canada
TU-UB.2P.816:00
Switchable Ring Slot Frequency Selective Surfaces with Low-Disruptive Bias Circuits
TU-UB.3P.816:00
Trinidad Esparza-Aguilar, Jorge Rodriguez-Cuevas, Alexander Martynyuk, Jose Martinez-Lopez, Universidad
Nacional Autonoma de Mexico, Mexico
Microwave Heating of Nanomaterials
Mohammad Saed, Texas Tech University, United States
TU-UB.2P.916:20
TU-UB.3P.916:20
Reconfigurable Ultra-wideband Frequency Selective Surface
Synergetic interaction of Dark-Modes and Faraday rotation for enhanced non-reciprocity
Rabia Yahya, Akira Nakamura, Makoto Itami, Tokyo University of Science, Japan
Yarden Mazor, Maayan Meir, Ben Z. Steinberg, Tel-Aviv University, Israel
69
Tuesday, June 28
TU-A3.2P
13:20 - 15:00
Palmas
Tuesday, June 28
TU-A5.1P
Optimization Methods in EM Designs II
Millimeter-Wave Beam Forming
Session Chair: Slawomir Koziel, Reykjavik University
Session Co-Chairs: Kamal Sarabandi, University of Michigan; Christos Christodoulou,
University of New Mexico
TU-A3.2P.113:20
Reflectarray Optimization by means of SNO and PSO
TU-A5.1P.113:20
A Horizontally Polarized Beam-Steerable Antenna for Sub-millimeter-wave Polarimetric
Imaging and Collision Avoidance Radars
Alessandro Niccolai, Francesco Grimaccia, Marco Mussetta, Riccardo E. Zich, Politecnico di Milano, Italy
TU-A3.2P.213:40
Armin Jam, Kamal Sarabandi, University of Michigan, United States
Surrogate model-assisted analysis of the performance of quasiconformal Transformation
Optics-enabled flattened gradient-index lenses
TU-A5.1P.213:40
W-Band Slot Antenna Array for Wide-Angle Phase Scan and Polarization Flexibility
Sawyer D. Campbell, Jogender Nagar, Douglas Werner, The Pennsylvania State University, United States
Ahmed B. Numan, Jean-Francois Frigon, Jean-Jacques Laurin, École Polytechnique de Montréal, Canada
TU-A3.2P.314:00
Physics Based Modeling of Connectors Faults
TU-A5.1P.314:00
Design of a Linearly-Polarized 3-bit TransmitArray Antenna at 60 GHz
Cagatay Tokgoz, Sameh Dardona, United Technologies Research Center, United States
Cyril Jouanlanne, CEA-Leti, France; Thierry Le Nadan, Mathieu Huchard, Laurent Petit, Radiall, France;
Antonio Clemente, CEA-Leti, France
TU-A3.2P.414:20
Hierarchical Matrix Acceleration of the Source Reconstruction Method for Antenna
Measurements
TU-A5.1P.414:20
W/V-band Reconfigurable Array Using Highly Anisotropic Liquid Crystals
Chaitanya Narendra, Ian Jeffrey, Trevor Brown, University of Manitoba, Canada; Jonatan Aronsson,
CEMWorks, Canada; Puyan Mojabi, University of Manitoba, Canada
Firas Ayoub, Youssef Tawk, Joseph Costantine, Configurable Space Microsystems Innovations and
Applications Center, United States; Christos Christodoulou, University of New Mexico, United States;
Steven Lane, David Murrell, Space Vehicles Directorate, United States
TU-A3.2P.514:40
Leadership-Based Optimization Algorithm for Reflectarray Optimization
TU-A5.1P.514:40
Francesco Bardi, Alessandro Niccolai, Francesco Grimaccia, Marco Mussetta, Riccardo E. Zich, Politecnico
di Milano, Italy
K
Tuesday, June 28
TU-UK.1P
13:20 - 17:00
Ceiba
A Frequency Beam Scanning Substrate Integrated Waveguide Slot Array Antenna for
94GHz band
Nannan Wang, Liqing Wang, Harbin Institute of Technology, China
15:20 - 17:00
Palmas
Break15:00
TU-A5.1P.615:20
Human Body Interactions with Antennas and Other EM Devices
70-GHz Band Corporate-Feed Array Antenna with Multi-Layered Glass Substrate
Session Co-Chairs: Francisco Falcone, Universidad Pública de Navarra; Susan Hagness,
University of Wisconsin-Madison
Ryohei Hosono, Yusuke Uemichi, Osamu Nukaga, Xu Han, Ning Guan, Fujikura Ltd., Japan
TU-A5.1P.715:40
TU-UK.1P.115:20
Architecture for a 94-GHz Quasi-Circulator
Classification of Human Motions Using NLOS On-Body Wireless Channel
Mona Fouad, Mohamed Aboudina, Islam A. Eshrah, Ahmed N. Mohieldin, Cairo University, Egypt
Yang Li, Baylor University, United States; Youngwook Kim, California State University, United States
TU-A5.1P.816:00
TU-UK.1P.215:40
V-band High Efficiency Corporate-Fed 8×8 Slot Array Antenna with ETSI Class II Radiation
Pattern Based on Gap Technology
A Minimally-Invasive Integrated Slot/Monopole Antenna for Generating Anisotropic
Microwave Ablation Zones
Abbas Vosoogh, Per-Simon Kildal, Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden
Yahya Mohtashami, Susan C. Hagness, Nader Behdad, University of Wisconsin-Madison, United States
TU-A5.1P.916:20
TU-UK.1P.316:00
A 60 GHz SIW-Based Vivaldi Antenna with Improved Radiation Patterns
An Analysis of Ephaptic Effects within a Multi-scale Model of the Hippocampus
Issa Mohamed, Abdelrazik Sebak, Concordia University, Canada
Andrew Gilbert, Kyle Loizos, University of Utah, United States; Gene Yu, Phillip Hendrickson, Theodore
Berger, University of Southern California, United States; Gianluca Lazzi, University of Utah, United States
TU-A5.1P.1016:40
SIW Beamforming of 2 × 2 and 4 × 4 AFLTSA Arrays for MMW Applications
TU-UK.1P.416:20
Shraman Gupta, Mohammad Akbari Choubar, Abdelrazik Sebak, Concordia University, Canada
Dosimetric Study of Urban Train Transportation Environment.
Erik Aguirre, Peio Lopez-Iturri, Public University of Navarre, Spain; Leyre Azpilicueta, S, Mexico; Aitor
Redondo, Francisco Falcone, Public University of Navarre, Spain
TU-UK.1P.516:40
Tetrahedral Head Modeling Methodology for Electromagnetic Field-Tissue Interaction
Study
Manuel R. Pérez, Pontificia Universidad Javeriana, Colombia
70
Tuesday, June 28
TU-A5.2P
13:20 - 17:00
Siete Mares
B
3D and Inkjet Printed Antennas
Tuesday, June 28
TU-UB.4P
13:20 - 17:00
Las Croabas
Multiphysics and Multiscale Methods and Computations
Session Chair: Pedram Mousavi, University of Alberta
Session Co-Chairs: Tapan Sarkar, Syracuse University; Lijun Jiang, The University of Hong
Kong
TU-A5.2P.113:20
3D Flexible Antenna Realization Process Using Liquid Metal and Additive Technology
TU-UB.4P.113:20
Modeling Spontaneous Emission Rate near a Metallic Split-Ring Resonator in a GrapheneIncorporated Multilayer Substrate
Mathieu Cosker, Fabien Ferrero, Leonardo Lizzi, Robert Staraj, Jean-Marc Ribero, University Nice Sophia
Antipolis, CNRS, France
Yongpin P. Chen, University of Electronic Science and Technology of China, China; Wei E.I. Sha, Li Jun
Jiang, University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong SAR of China; Jun Hu, Min Meng, University of Electronic
Science and Technology of China, China
TU-A5.2P.213:40
3D Printed Electrically Small Planar Inverted-F Antenna
Saad Mufti, Alan Tennant, Luke Seed, University of Sheffield, United Kingdom
TU-UB.4P.213:40
TU-A5.2P.314:00
Implications of Causality in Computational Techniques
A Wideband Axially Symmetric Antenna Design Fabricated with Additive and Subtractive
Methods
Tapan K. Sarkar, Syracuse University, United States; Magdalena Salazar-Palma, Universidad Carlos III de
Madrid, Spain
Micah Gregory, John A. Easum, Douglas Werner, The Pennsylvania State University, United States
TU-UB.4P.314:00
TU-A5.2P.414:20
Discontinuous Galerkin Pseudospectral Time Domain Algorithm Applied to 3D Multiphysics Simulation
Enhanced Bandwidth Microstrip Patch Antennas Through 3-D Printing
Weston Baines, Reena Dahle, State University of New York New Paltz, United States
Qiwei Zhan, Qing Huo Liu, Duke University, United States
TU-A5.2P.514:40
TU-UB.4P.414:20
3D-Printed Dual Band Planar Inverted F Antenna
A Hybrid FEM/Semianalytical-FEM Scheme for Multiscale Simulations of Borehole
Electromagnetics and Acoustics
Lee Harle, Christopher Oakley, John Papapolymerou, Michigan State University, United States
Jiefu Chen, Shubin Zeng, University of Houston, United States
Break15:00
TU-A5.2P.615:20
TU-UB.4P.514:40
Miniaturization of an Additively Manufactured Microstrip Patch Antenna using
Magnetodielectrics
On the Need of quasi-Helmholtz Decompositions with Non-iterative Direct Solutions
Matteo Alessandro Francavilla, Istituto Superiore Mario Boella, Italy; Rajendra Mitharwal, Télécom
Bretagne, France; Giuseppe Vecchi, Politecnico di Torino, Italy; Francesco P. Andriulli, Télécom Bretagne,
France
Paul Parsons, Zachary Larimore, Aric Lu, Mark Mirotznik, University of Delaware, United States
TU-A5.2P.715:40
Break15:00
Design of High Power Microwave Antennas Using 3D Printing Technology
Xuyuan Pan, Christos Christodoulou, University of New Mexico, United States; Julie Lawrance, Air Force
Research Laboratory, United States
TU-UB.4P.615:20
TU-A5.2P.816:00
Xu Chen, Xiao Ma, Aosheng Rong, Jose Schutt-Aine, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, United
States; Glen Salo, Synclesis, Inc., United States; Andreas Cangellaris, University of Illinois at UrbanaChampaign, United States
Stochastic Electromagnetic-Circuit Modeling for System-Level EMI Analysis
High Power Properties of 3D Printed Antennas
Karina Hoel, Trond Hellum, Stein Kristoffersen, FFI, Norway
TU-UB.4P.715:40
TU-A5.2P.916:20
Multi-Scale Modeling and Stochastic Analysis of IC and Electronics in Complex and WaveChaotic Enclosures
Inkjet-Printed Filtennas with Triple Bandnotch
Waqas Ahmad, University of Westminster, United Kingdom; Cedo Zlebic, University of Novi Sad,
Yugoslavia; Djuradj Budimir, University of Westminster, United Kingdom
Shen Lin, Zhen Peng, University of New Mexico, United States; Thomas Antonsen, University of Maryland,
United States
TU-A5.2P.1016:40
TU-UB.4P.816:00
Substrate-Independent System-on-Package Antenna Integration with Inkjet Printing
All Multiscale Problems are Hard, Some are Harder: A Nomenclature for Classifying
Multiscale Electromagnetic Problems
Bijan Tehrani, Manos M. Tentzeris, Georgia Institute of Technology, United States
Yaniv Brick, Jackson Massey, Kai Yang, Ali Yilmaz, The University of Texas at Austin, United States
TU-UB.4P.916:20
DFT-corrected Electromagnetic Analysis of Nanostructures
Ismail Enes Uysal, King Abdullah University of Science and Technology, Saudi Arabia; Huseyin Arda Ülkü,
Gebze Technical University, Turkey; Muhammad Sajjad, Nirpendra Singh, Udo Schwingenschlögl, Hakan
Bagci, King Abdullah University of Science and Technology, Saudi Arabia
TU-UB.4P.1016:40
Coupled electromagnetic – micromagnetic solvers to include eddy current effects
Simon Couture, Ruinan Chang, Sidi Fu, Iana Volvach, Vitaliy Lomakin, University of California, San Diego,
United States
71
Tuesday, June 28
TU-A1.3P
13:20 - 17:00
Grand Caribbean Salon VI
Frequency Reconfigurable Antennas
Tuesday, June 28
TU-A4.1P
13:20 - 16:40
Grand Caribbean Salon III
Microwave Imaging and Inverse Scattering Problems
Session Chair: Christophe Fumeaux, University of Adelaide
Session Co-Chairs: Natalia Nikolova, McMaster University; Amin Abbosh, University of
Queensland
TU-A1.3P.113:20
A Frequency-Tunable Varactor-Loaded Single-Layer Ring Microstrip Antenna with a Bias
Circuit on the Backside of the Ground Plane
TU-A4.1P.113:20
Experimental Investigation of Axial-Null and Axial-Peak Illumination Schemes in
Microwave Imaging
Hanae Tateno, Sakuyoshi Saito, Yuichi Kimura, Saitama University, Japan
Denys Shumakov, Alexander Beaverstone, Daniel Tajik, Natalia Nikolova, McMaster University, Canada
TU-A1.3P.213:40
A Reconfigurable Quarter-Wave Patch Antenna Employing a Folded Loading Stub
TU-A4.1P.213:40
Real-time Quantitative Reconstruction Based on Microwave Holography
Nghia Nguyen-Trong, University of Adelaide, Australia; Leonard Hall, Defence Science and Technology
Group, Australia; Christophe Fumeaux, University of Adelaide, Australia
Daniel Tajik, McMaster University, Canada; Jeffrey Thompson, L-3 Electronic Systems, Canada; Alexander
Beaverstone, Natalia Nikolova, McMaster University, Canada
TU-A1.3P.314:00
Frequency-Reconfigurable Wideband Antenna with Dual-notch Response for Cognitive
Radios Application
TU-A4.1P.314:00
Field Repeatability in Frequency Diverse Imaging
Okan Yurduseven, Jonah N. Gollub, Daniel L. Marks, David R. Smith, Duke University, United States
Ying Jiang Guo, Xiao Hong Tang, University of Electronic Science and Technology of China, China; Kai Da
Xu, Xiamen University, China
TU-A4.1P.414:20
Metallization of a 3D Printed Cavitiy for Imaging
TU-A1.3P.414:20
Okan Yurduseven, Jonah N. Gollub, Daniel L. Marks, David R. Smith, Duke University, United States
Single-Sided Radiation of a Fractal-Shaped Reconfigurable Dual-Band Slot-Ring Antenna
Using Electromagnetic Band-Gap Surfaces
TU-A4.1P.514:40
Tianjiao Li, Xun Gong, University of Central Florida, United States
Microwave Imaging Using 8-Element Microstrip Patch Antenna Array
Greeshmaja Govind, Esha Johari, M. Jaleel Akhtar, Indian Institute of Technology Kanpur, India
TU-A1.3P.514:40
Investigations on Frequency Agile Dual Polarization Dielectric Lens High Gain Antenna
Break15:00
Asmita Chaugule, Ghanshyam Mishra, Satish Sharma, San Diego State University, United States
TU-A4.1P.615:20
Break15:00
Quantitative Millimeter-Wave Imaging in W-band
TU-A1.3P.615:20
Florence Nsengiyumva, Christian Pichot, Claire Migliaccio, Jerome Lanteri, Iannis Aliferis, University of Nice
Sophia Antipolis, CNRS, France
Xueli Liu, Shun Yao, Pablo Gonzalez, Stavros Georgakopoulos, Florida International University, United
States
TU-A4.1P.715:40
A Novel Ultra-Wideband Origami Reconfigurable Quasi-Taper Helical Antenna
Microwave Imaging for Dispersive Dielectric Objects by Contrast Source Inversion Method
Shi Cong Wang, Jie Zhang, Bing Qing Xu, Mei Song Tong, Tongji University, China
TU-A1.3P.715:40
A Tunable Quarter-Mode Substrate Integrated Waveguide Antenna
TU-A4.1P.816:00
Alireza Pourghorban Saghati, Kamran Entesari, Texas A&M University, United States
Inverse Profiling of Inhomogenous Buried Cylinders with Arbitrary Cross Sections Using
CMA-ES
TU-A1.3P.816:00
Maryam Hajebi, Ahmad Hoorfar, Elie Bou-Daher, Villanova University, United States
Singly-Polarized Reconfigurable Slot-Ring Antenna/Array with Fractal Shapes
Mahmoud Shirazi, Xun Gong, University of Central Florida, United States
TU-A4.1P.916:20
Microwave Imaging for Soil Moisture Content Estimation
TU-A1.3P.916:20
Rajesh Mohan Raman Menon, Anju Pradeep, Mridula Shanta, Mohanan Pezholil, Cochin University of
Science and Technology, India
Reconfigurable Quarter-Mode SIW Antenna Employing a Fluidically Switchable Via
Alireza Pourghorban Saghati, Sina Baghbani Kordmahale, Alireza Pourghorban Saghati, Jun Kameoka,
Kamran Entesari, Texas A&M University, United States
TU-A1.3P.1016:40
A Study of Liquid Metal Alloy Reconfigurable Antennas Embedded in a Structural
Composite
Lisa Smith, Hong Pan, Texas A&M University, United States; Robyn Bradford, Geoffrey Frank, Darren
Hartl, Air Force Research Laboratory, United States; Jeffery Baur, Gregory Huff, Texas A&M University,
United States
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Interactive Forum
Tuesday, June 28, 14:40 - 16:40
Grand Caribbean Ballroom
Session Co-Chairs: Constantine Balanis, Arizona State University; Stavros Georgakopoulos, Florida International University
PB.11
PB.12
PB.1
PB.2
PB.3
PB.4
PB.5
PB.6
PB.7
PB.8
PB.9
PB.10
Poster Area B
PA.1
PA.2
PA.3
PA.4
PA.5
PA.6
PA.7
PA.8
PA.9
PA.10
Poster Area A
25
24
26
33
35
32
34
36
PF.14
PF.13
PF.12
PF.11
PF.10
PF.9
PF.8
PF.7
PF.6
PF.5
PF.11
PF.12
PF.13
PF.14
PF.4
PF.3
PF.2
PF.1
41
42
61
62
Poster Area G
Break area
31
PF.1
PF.2
PF.3
PF.4
PF.5
PF.6
PF.7
PF.8
PF.9
PF.10
Break area
23
PD.1
PD.2
PD.3
PD.4
PD.5
PD.6
PD.7
PD.8
PD.9
PD.10
16
PG.10
PG.9
PG.8
PG.7
PG.6
PG.5
PG.4
PG.3
PG.2
PG.1
14
PH.1
PH.2
PH.3
PH.4
PH.5
PH.6
PH.7
PH.8
PH.9
PH.10
12
Poster Area D
Poster Area E
15
Poster Area F
13
Break area
11
PC.10
PC.9
PC.8
PC.7
PC.6
PC.5
PC.4
PC.3
PC.2
PC.1
Poster Area C
Poster Area J
Poster Area I
74
PI.11
PI.12
PI.1
PI.2
PI.3
PI.4
PI.5
PI.6
PI.7
PI.8
PI.9
PI.10
PJ.1
PJ.2
PJ.3
PJ.4
PJ.5
PJ.6
PJ.7
PJ.8
PJ.9
PJ.10
Poster Area H
Tuesday, June 28
TUP-A1.1P
14:40 - 16:40
Poster Area A
Antenna Theory I
TUP-A1.1P.1
TUP-A1.2P.1
Predicting the Starting Distance of the Far Field
Board PA.2
TUP-A1.2P.2
Board PA.3
Junming Diao, Karl Warnick, Brigham Young University, United States
Effect of Spiral Flare Rate on CP Performance of a Dual Circular-Polarized Spiral Antenna
Ali M. Mehrabani, Lotfollah Shafai, University of Manitoba, Canada
TUP-A1.1P.4
TUP-A1.2P.3
An Overview of Dual Polarized Isolated Antennas
Board PA.4
TUP-A1.2P.4
Per-Simon Kildal, Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden; Abolfazl Haddadi, AmirKabir University of
Technology, Iran; Jian Yang, Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden
Preliminary Results on Cylindrical Antennas for Underwater Communication
TUP-A1.2P.5
Min Huang, Xianzheng Zong, Zaiping Nie, University of Electronic Science and Technology of China, China
Board PA.6
On Using the Electrical Characteristics of Carbon Microfibers for Designing a Monopole
Antenna
TUP-A1.2P.6
TUP-A1.1P.7
TUP-A1.2P.7
A dual-mode orbital angular momentum antenna array
Board PB.6
Yu Yao, Xianling Liang, Xudong Bai, Zheng Peng, Yang Qian, Junping Geng, Ronghong Jin, Shanghai Jiao
Tong University, China
Sajid Asif, Adnan Iftikhar, Jacob Parrow, Benjamin Braaten, North Dakota State University, United States;
Muhammad Saeed Khan, University of Padova, Italy
Board PA.7
Toward a Tunable Mode-Mixing Cavity for Computational Imaging
Analysis of the Polarization Properties of Dual Polarized Inverted Vee Dipole Antennas
over a Ground Plane
Board PB.7
Timothy Sleasman, Mohammadreza F. Imani, Jonah N. Gollub, David R. Smith, Duke University, United
States
Rene Baelemans, International Centre for Radio Astronomy Research(ICRAR), Netherlands; Adrian
Sutinjo, Peter Hall, Curtin University, Australia; Bart Smolders, Eindhoven University of Technology,
Netherlands
TUP-A1.2P.8
A True Metasurface Antenna
Board PB.8
Mohamed El Badawe, Thamer Almoneef, Omar Ramahi, University of Waterloo, Canada
Board PA.8
Low Profile Circularly-Polarized Microstrip Crossed antenna with Wide Beamwidth
TUP-A1.2P.9
Ya-Qing Wen, Bing-Zhong Wang, Zhi-Shuang Gong, Qiang Gao, University of Electronic Science and
Technology of China, China
TUP-A1.1P.9
Board PB.5
Method to Generate Electromagnetic Field with Orbital Angular Momentum in Circular
Waveguide
Teerapong Orankitanun, Nirod Das, Tandon School of Engineering, New York University, United States
TUP-A1.1P.8
Board PB.4
Andrea Massaccesi, Paola Pirinoli, Politecnico di Torino, Italy
Board PA.5
Suppression of Surface Wave in Printed Antennas by Using a Uniaxially Conducting Cover
Layer
TUP-A1.1P.6
Board PB.3
Mirhamed Mirmozafari, University of Oklahoma, United States; Shaya Karimkashi, Guifu Zhang, Space
X, United States
Numerical Validation of Arecibo-based Analytical Hat Antenna Theory Using Canonical
PEC/PMC Strip Grids
TUP-A1.1P.5
Board PB.2
Definition of Effective Area Shape and Guide for Superdirective Antenna Design using
Poynting Streamlines Analysis
Ahmad Safaai-Jazi, Warren Stutzman, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, United States
TUP-A1.1P.3
Board PB.1
Mohammad Abdallah, Tapan K. Sarkar, Syracuse University, United States; Magdalena Salazar-Palma,
Universidad Carlos III de Madrid, Spain; Vikass Monebhurrun, EXPOSE/PIEM, GeePs | Group of electrical
engineering, France
Christopher Wilson, Jeffrey Young, Oklahoma State University, United States
Synthesis of Low Side Lobe Planar Arrays
14:40 - 16:40
Poster Area B
Antenna Theory II
Board PA.1
Application of Autocorrelation Principles to Determine Radiated Power of a Line Source
Radiator with a Cosine-on-a-Pedestal Distribution
TUP-A1.1P.2
Tuesday, June 28
TUP-A1.2P
Board PB.9
A Platform-Aware Approach to the Design of Asymmetric Arrays for UAVs Based on GA
Optimization
Luca Scorrano, Libero Dinoi, Elettronica ELT, Italy
Board PA.9
New formulas for near fields on-axis of circular aperture with tapered distributions
Vladimir Chtcherbakov, ASMAR, Chile
75
B
Tuesday, June 28
TUP-UB.1P
14:40 - 16:40
Poster Area C
Propagation Phenomena and Effects
TUP-UB.1P.1
TUP-A2.1P.1
A High Gain EBG Backed Monopole for MBAN Off-Body Communication
Alireza Samimi, Nanometrics, United States; Miguel Rodriguez, University of Utah, United States; Neal
Dupree, Robert Moore, University of Florida, United States; Jamesina Simpson, University of Utah, United
States
TUP-A2.1P.2
Board PC.2
Nowrin Chamok, Mohammod Ali, University of South Carolina, United States
TUP-A2.1P.3
Board PD.3
Design, Simulation and Antenna Applications of Spherical High Impedance Surfaces
Board PC.3
Mikal Askarian Amiri, Constantine A. Balanis, Craig R. Birtcher, Arizona State University, United States
Placement Optimization of Directional Antennas for a Cyber Secure Zone in Wireless
Networks
TUP-A2.1P.4
Board PD.4
Applications of Circularly Symmetric High Impedance Surfaces for Spiral Antennas
Joseph Meador, Sungkyun Lim, Georgia Southern University, United States
Mikal Askarian Amiri, Constantine A. Balanis, Craig R. Birtcher, Arizona State University, United States
Board PC.4
TUP-A2.1P.5
Radio Channel Characterization of WBAN Systems to Enable Context Aware Connectivity
in Commercial Aircraft
Board PD.5
Study of Frequency Offset Behavior for Artificial Magnetic Structure in Compact Mobile
Device
Leyre Azpilicueta, Tecnologico de Monterrey, Mexico; Peio Lopez-Iturri, Erik Aguirre, Francisco Falcone,
Public University of Navarre, Spain
TUP-UB.1P.5
Board PD.2
A Thin Switched Beam Parasitic Antenna Array on Planar EBG for 2.4 GHz Wireless
Application
James Conroy, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, United States; Amir Zaghloul, Virginia
Polytechnic Institute and State University / US Army Research Laboratory, United States
TUP-UB.1P.4
Board PD.1
Muhammad Ali Babar Abbasi, Symeon Nikolaou, Frederick University, Cyprus; Marco A. Antoniades,
University of Cyprus, Cyprus
An Ionospheric Propagation Channel Model for the Evaluation of GPS and Communication
System Performance
TUP-UB.1P.3
14:40 - 16:40
Poster Area D
High-impedance and Artifcial Magnetic Surfaces for Antenna
Applications
Board PC.1
The Application of Global 3-D FDTD Earth-Ionosphere Models to VLF Propagation:
Comparison with LWPC
TUP-UB.1P.2
Tuesday, June 28
TUP-A2.1P
Chung-Yuan Liu, Chi-Kai Shen, Shih-Yuan Chen, Tzong-Lin Wu, National Taiwan University, Taiwan; Jinjia
Chang, Bin-Chyi Tseng, Jackson Yen, ASUSTeK Computer Inc., Taiwan
Board PC.5
TUP-A2.1P.6
In-situ Measurement of Electron Collision Frequencies via Plasma Impedance Probes and
FDTD Simulation
Board PD.6
A Novel Low Cost Technique to Manufacture Integrated Waveguide Circuits at High
Frequencies
Adam Simon, Jeffrey Ward, Grand Valley State University, United States
Mahsa Ebrahimpouri, KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden; Eva Rajo-Iglesias, University Carlos III
of Madrid, Spain; Zvonimir Sipus, University of Zagreb, Croatia; Oscar Quevedo-Teruel, KTH Royal Institute
of Technology, Sweden
TUP-A2.1P.7
Board PD.7
Dipoles Supporting Multiple Unique Radiating Modes on Top of a High Impedance Surface
Mohana Vamshi Komandla, Behrouz Babakhani, Satish Sharma, San Diego State University, United
States
TUP-A2.1P.8
Board PD.8
Parametric Analysis of a Transmission Line Model for Antennas Backed by High Impedance
Ground Planes
Joe Dusenbury, Kiersten Kerby-Patel, University of Massachusetts Boston, United States
TUP-A2.1P.9
Board PD.9
TUP-A2.1P.10
Board PD.10
A Planar Low-Profile Transverse Permittivity Gradient Phase Correcting Structure for
Electromagnetic Bandgap Resonator Antennas
Preliminary Results of an Array of Resonant Cavity Antennas at 60 GHz
76
Tuesday, June 28
TUP-A1.1P
14:40 - 16:40
Poster Area E
Advances in Complex Antenna Systems and Applications
TUP-A1.1P.1
TUP-A2.3P.1
Donovan Brocker, Sawyer D. Campbell, Jogender Nagar, Douglas Werner, The Pennsylvania State
University, United States
Board PE.2
Wave Propagation and Coupling of Graphene-Based Conductor Transmission Lines on a
Conformal Surface - An Experimental Study
TUP-A2.3P.2
TUP-A1.1P.3
TUP-A2.3P.3
Donovan Brocker, Sawyer D. Campbell, Douglas Werner, Pingjuan Werner, The Pennsylvania State
University, United States
Board PE.3
Trimmed DOE Lens and Gain Enhancement
TUP-A2.3P.4
Board PE.4
A Flexible UWB Low Profile Antenna for Wearable Applications
Ali Albishi, Omar Ramahi, University of Waterloo, Canada
Board PE.5
TUP-A2.3P.5
Sherif Zahran, Arab Academy for science and technology, Egypt; Mahmoud Abdalla, MTC Collage, Egypt;
Abdel Hamid Gaafar, Arab Academy for Science, Technology & Maritime Transport, Egypt
TUP-A1.1P.6
Active Imaging Using a Metamaterial-based Compressive Reflector Antenna
A flexible inkjet printed antenna for wearable electronics applications
Abdulbaset Ali, Omar Ramahi, University of Waterloo, Canada; Abdelisr Mooman, University of Rochester,
United States
Board PE.6
TUP-A2.3P.6
Board PE.7
Michele Scaravilli, Giuseppe Castaldi, Andrea Cusano, Vincenzo Galdi, University of Sannio, Italy
TUP-A2.3P.7
Board PE.8
Jimmy G.D. Hester, Manos M. Tentzeris, Yunnan Fang, Georgia Institute of Technology, United States
Zachary Larimore, Mark Mirotznik, Paul Parsons, University of Delaware, United States
TUP-A2.3P.8
Ladislau Matekovits, Politecnico di Torino, Italy; Aldo De Sabata, Politehnica University Timisoara,
Romania; Ovidiu Lipan, University of Richmond, United States; Andrei Silaghi, Silviu Baderca, Adrian
Buta, Politehnica University Timisoara, Romania
Pierre Basilo Almeida Fechine, Universidade Federal do Ceara, Brazil; Glauco Fontgalland, Federal
University of Campina Grande, Brazil; Antonio Sergio Bezerra Sombra, Universidade Federal do Ceara,
Brazil
UWB Antennas on Conductive Textiles
TUP-A2.3P.9
Saud M. Saeed, Constantine A. Balanis, Arizona State University, United States; Ahmet C. Durgun, Intel
Corporation, United States
Board PE.11
TUP-A2.3P.10
Mechanical and Thermal Tests of Textile Antennas for Load Bearing Applications
Kazuo Nishimura, Ryukoku University, Japan
Board PE.12
TUP-A2.3P.11
A Novel Design of Implantable Medical Stent for Reducing the MRI RF-Induced Heating
Underwater Wireless Energy Transfer Using Resonant Coil Systems
Navid Pourramzan Gandji, Elena Semouchkina, Michigan Technological University, United States
Board PE.13
TUP-A2.3P.12
Application of the QCTO Technique to Design Flat Fresnel GRIN Lenses
Alex Askari, Joseph Curran, Robert Stark, Kevin Lin, Willard Morris, Donald Rule, Naval Surface Warfare
Center, United States
TUP-A1.1P.14
Board PF.11
Employing Self-Collimation Phenomena in Photonic Crystals for the Invisibility Cloak
Development
Dawei Li, Xiaohe Ji, Jianfeng Zheng, University of Houston, United States; Changwang Pan, Micro-Tech
Co., Ltd., United States; Ji Chen, University of Houston, United States
TUP-A1.1P.13
Board PF.10
Nonreciprocal Guided Wave Propagation Characteristics of a Thick Metal Strip Periodically
Loaded Ferrite Slab Waveguide
Jingni Zhong, Asimina Kiourti, John Volakis, The Ohio State University, United States; Tom Sebastian,
Yakup Bayram, PaneraTech, Inc., United States
TUP-A1.1P.12
Board PF.9
Reflection Phase and Surface Wave Propagation Characteristics of a Symmetrical
Perforated High Impedance Surface
Board PE.10
Asimina Kiourti, The Ohio State University, United States; Roy B. V. B. Simorangkir, Syed Muzahir Abbas,
Karu P. Esselle, Macquarie University, Australia; John Volakis, The Ohio State University, United States
TUP-A1.1P.11
Board PF.8
Effect of Geometry Modulation on the Full Dispersion Diagram of a 2D Periodic Structure
Built in Stripline Technology
Board PE.9
New materials for miniaturized magneto-dielectric antennas based on GdIGXYIG1–X
composite
TUP-A1.1P.10
Board PF.7
UHF lumped element model of a fully-inkjet-printed single-wall-carbon-nanotube-based
inter-digitated electrodes breath sensor
Space Filling Curves for Additive Manufacturing of Spatially Graded Dielectric Structures
TUP-A1.1P.9
Board PF.6
Design and Optimization of a Bloch-Surface-Wave-Based Sensing Platform for Lab-onFiber Technology
Muhammad Akram Karimi, Atif Shamim, King Abdullah University of Science and Technology, Saudi
Arabia
TUP-A1.1P.8
Board PF.5
Optimizing Sweeping Frequencies of Microwave Sensors Using Intelligent Feature
Selection
Ali Molaei, Juan Heredia Juesas, Gregory Allan, Jose Martinez-Lorenzo, Northeastern University, United
States
TUP-A1.1P.7
Board PF.4
Ultrasensitive Microwave Near-field based Sensors for Crack Detection in Metallic
Materials
Ru Meng, Qi Zhu, University of Science and Technology of China, China
TUP-A1.1P.5
Board PF.3
Rounak Singh Narde, Jayanti Venkataraman, Zhaolin Lu, Rochester Institute of Technology, United States
Zixuan Yi, Qi Zhu, University of Science and Technology of China, China
Design of a Compact High Gain End-fire Dielectric Rod Antenna
Board PF.2
An Analytical Design Methodology for Dispersion-corrected Metamaterial Lenses
Sajid Asif, Adnan Iftikhar, Benjamin Braaten, North Dakota State University, United States; Muhammad
Saeed Khan, University of Padova, Italy
TUP-A1.1P.4
Board PF.1
Transformation Optics-Inspired Dispersion-Corrected Gradient-Index Lens Design
Marco Rossi, Sam Agneessens, Dries Vande Ginste, Hendrik Rogier, Ghent University, Belgium
A Novel Half Maxwell Fish-Eye Lens for Wide Beamwidth Antennas
14:40 - 16:40
Poster Area F
Metamaterials for Microwave Applications: Lenses, Sensors and
Guided-Wave Structures
Board PE.1
Dedicated Stochastic Framework for the Variability Analysis of Compressible Textile
Antennas
TUP-A1.1P.2
Tuesday, June 28
TUP-A2.3P
Board PF.12
Xiande Wang, Douglas Werner, The Pennsylvania State University, United States
TUP-A2.3P.13
Board PE.14
Board PF.13
Band-Pass Unit Cell For Extended Low-Profile Lens Over Radially-Corrugated Circular Horn
Flexible RF-Antennas Coated by a Super Hydrophobic Paint for Minimal Water Absorption
Hon Ching Moy-Li, Miguel Ferrando-Bataller, Daniel Sánchez-Escuderos, Mariano Baquero-Escudero,
Universitat Politècnica de València, Spain
Farnaz Foroughian, Ahmadreza Ghahremani, University of Tennessee, United States; Aly E. Fathy,
University of Tennessee at Knoxville, United States; John Simpson, University of Tennessee, United States
TUP-A2.3P.14
Board PF.14
Performance Metrics Enhancement of Patch Antennas with Meta-material Lens
Incorporation
Amol Baviskar, Vishwatmak Om Gurudev College of Engineering (VOGCOE), Shahpur, Thane, India;
Afshan Mulla, University Of Maryland, College Park, India; Jaypal Jagdish Baviskar, Shivraj Rathod,
Veermata Jijabai Technological Institute (VJTI), India
77
Tuesday, June 28
TUP-A2.4P
14:40 - 16:40
Poster Area G
B
Topics in Coupling and Interference
TUP-A2.4P.1
TUP-UB.2P.1
Tyler Rowe, Ting-Yen Shih, Nader Behdad, University of Wisconsin-Madison, United States
Board PG.2
Efficient Modeling of a Small Circular Loop Coupling to Multi-conductor Transmission
Lines above a PEC Ground
TUP-UB.2P.2
Ting-Yen Shih, Tyler Rowe, Nader Behdad, University of Wisconsin-Madison, United States
Board PG.3
TUP-UB.2P.3
Efficient Modeling of the Coupling from a Small Circular Loop to a Multi-conductor
Transmission Line above a Lossy Ground
Fundamental Bandwidth Limit Study of Electrically Small Antennas
Board PH.3
Xiaoju Yu, Hao Xin, The University of Arizona, United States
Yifeng Qin, Donovan Brocker, Pingjuan Werner, Douglas Werner, The Pennsylvania State University,
United States; Chenming Zhou, National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health, United States
TUP-UB.2P.4
Board PH.4
Non-Foster Impedance Matching of an Extremely Small Folded-Dipole Antenna at LowVHF Band
Board PG.4
Worst-Case Disturbances on a Shielded Electronic System With an Antenna by an External
EMI
Jihun Choi, Kamal Sarabandi, University of Michigan, United States
TUP-UB.2P.5
Xuelian Li, Zhengwei Du, Tsinghua University, China
TUP-A2.4P.5
Board PH.2
Efficiency Enhancement of Ultra-Wideband, Non-Foster Matched Electrically-Small HF
Antennas
Yifeng Qin, Donovan Brocker, Pingjuan Werner, Douglas Werner, The Pennsylvania State University,
United States; Chenming Zhou, National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health, United States
TUP-A2.4P.4
Board PH.1
Power and Bandwidth Limitations of Non-Foster Electrically-Small Antennas for UltraWideband Transmit Applications
Sameh Elnaggar, Gregory Milford, University of New South Wales, Australia
TUP-A2.4P.3
14:40 - 16:40
Poster Area H
Active and Passive Antenna Matching
Board PG.1
Forced Response of an Arbitrary Number of Electromagnetic Coupled Resonators
TUP-A2.4P.2
Tuesday, June 28
TUP-UB.2P
Board PH.5
Filtering Structures for Microstrip Antennas Using Non Uniform Transmission Line
Yong Zhou, University of Texas Rio Grande Valley, United States; Jonathan Castillo, University of Texas at
Brownsville, United States
Board PG.5
On the Use of Pre-scaled Data with the Source Reconstruction Method for Near-field
Antenna Measurements
TUP-UB.2P.6
Trevor Brown, Ian Jeffrey, Puyan Mojabi, University of Manitoba, Canada
A Compact Rectenna Array Based on Decoupling Technique
Yi-Yao Hu, Sheng Sun, University of Electronic Science and Technology of China, China
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Board PH.6
B
Tuesday, June 28
TUP-UB.3P
14:40 - 16:40
Poster Area I
Antenna Theory and Design
Board PI.1
TUP-A2.2P.1
CEM-Based Extraction Method for Measuring Complex Permittivity
Jarrod Fortinberry, NASA, United States; Thomas Shumpert, Auburn University, United States
TUP-UB.3P.2
Radio Frequency System for Thermal Soil Remediation
On Efficiency and Bandwidth of Metasurface Antennas
Board PI.2
TUP-A2.2P.2
Effective Properties of Cylinders in a Square Lattice
Effective Media Theory of Dry Powder Dot Printing
TUP-A2.2P.4
Board PI.4
Marco Degiorgi, Filippo Costa, Nunzia Fontana, University of Pisa, Italy; Pierpaolo Usai, Università di Pisa,
Italy; Agostino Monorchio, University of Pisa, Italy
TUP-A2.2P.5
Dispersion Relation Analysis of epsilon(omega) Data for H2O
TUP-A2.2P.6
Is it possible to retrieve the complex permittivities using double bounce?
TUP-A2.2P.7
Board PI.6
Colen Kling, Keith Whites, Lori Groven, South Dakota School of Mines and Technology, United States
Board PI.7
Optimizing Bandwidth and Radiation Efficiency for Ultra Low Profile Antennas (ULP)
Yin He, Deniz Bolukbas, The University of British Columbia, Canada; David G. Michelson, University of
British Columbia, Canada
Performance Evaluation Of A 3D Printed Antenna
Board PI.8
Arjun Gupta, University of New Mexico, United States; Derek Doyle, Air Force Research Limited, United
States; Joseph Costantine, Christos Christodoulou, University of New Mexico, United States
TUP-UB.3P.9
Achieving High Accuracy from Spherical Near-field Data of Large Antennas
Board PI.9
George Cheng, Yong Zhu, Jan Grzesik, Allwave Corporation, United States
TUP-UB.3P.10
Board PJ.7
Accurate Specimen Placement for Dielectric Measurements in a TM0n0 Cylindrical Cavity
Stefano Maci, Enrica Martini, University of Siena, Italy; Per-Simon Kildal, Chalmers University of
Technology, Sweden
TUP-UB.3P.8
Board PJ.6
Orian Couderc, Laetitia Thirion-Lefevre, Régis Guinvarc’h, CentraleSupélec - Université Paris Saclay, France
Zahra A. Pour, University of Alabama in Huntsville, United States; Lotfollah Shafai, University of
Manitoba, Canada
TUP-UB.3P.7
Board PJ.5
Colin MacDonald, Kurt Oughstun, University of Vermont, United States
Board PI.5
Investigation of Phase Center Locations of Offset Reflector Antennas with Suppressed
Cross Polarization
Degrees of Freedom of the Field and Maximum Directivity
Board PJ.4
A stepwise transmission/reflection multiline-based algorithm for broadband permittivity
measurements of dielectric materials
Hsi-Tseng Chou, National Taiwan University, Taiwan; Dun-Yuan Cheng, Nan-Wei Chen, Yuan Ze University,
Taiwan
TUP-UB.3P.6
Board PJ.3
Brandon Good, David Roper, Navy, United States; Mark Mirotznik, Austin Good, University of Delaware,
United States
Board PI.3
The Pattern Calibration of Phased Array Antennas via the Implementation of Genetic
Algorithm with Measuremeny System
TUP-UB.3P.5
Board PJ.2
Brandon Good, Navy, United States
TUP-A2.2P.3
Marco Faenzi, Gabriele Minatti, Enrica Martini, University of Siena, Italy; Francesco Caminita, Wave-Up
s.r.l, Italy; Marco Sabbadini, European Space Agency, Netherlands; Stefano Maci, University of Siena,
Italy
TUP-UB.3P.4
Board PJ.1
Boris Tomasic, Air Force Research Laboratory, United States; Justin Wheatcroft, BarrieHill Research Corp.,
United States; Kasandra Maxwell, Air Force Research Laboratory, United States; Charlie McNeely, BarrieHill
Research Corp., United States
Marco Degiorgi, Pierpaolo Usai, Nunzia Fontana, Chiara Ciampalini, Agostino Monorchio, Università di
Pisa, Italy; Matteo Bertoneri, Sara Tonlorenzi, ambiente sc, Italy; Alessandro Oddo, Federico Bonessio
Terzet, Netfarm, Italy; Andreina Armogida, Matteo Biggi, Gianfranco Vezzani, RTW-Officine Pasquali,
Italy; Matteo Bientinesi, Luigi Petarca, Consorzio Tecnologico Polo Magona, Italy; Fabio Valeri, Microwave
Communications, Italy
TUP-UB.3P.3
14:40 - 16:40
Poster Area J
Effective Medium Approaches: Theory and Experiment
TUP-UB.3P.1
Measurement of Antenna Bore-Sight Gain
Tuesday, June 28
TUP-A2.2P
Board PI.10
State space models for the stored electromagnetic energy and antenna Q-factor in lossy
and dispersive media
Mats Gustafsson, Lund University, Sweden
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Wednesday, June 29
WE-SP.1A
Special Session
08:00 - 11:20
Grand Atlantic Salon I
Wednesday, June 29
WE-SP.2A
Special Session
08:00 - 11:20
Grand Atlantic Salon II
Advances in Non-Diffractive Waves
Electromagnetics, RF and Microwaves in Medicine and Biology
WE-SP.1A.108:00
WE-SP.2A.108:00
Session Chair: Mauro Ettorre, CNRS, IETR UMR 6164
Session Chair: Gianluca Lazzi, University of Utah
Generating Localized Waves from Independently Addressable Pulse Driven Arrays
Towards High-Resolution Retina Prosthetics: Translating Connectomics to a Highly
Accurate Computational Model
Richard W. Ziolkowski, The University of Arizona, United States
Kyle Loizos, Robert Marc, Gianluca Lazzi, University of Utah, United States
WE-SP.1A.208:20
Parameterization of the Nondiffractive Features of Electromagnetic Localized Pulses
WE-SP.2A.208:20
Walter Fuscaldo, Sapienza University of Rome, Italy; Santi Concetto Pavone, University of Siena, Italy;
Guido Valerio, Université Pierre et Marie Curie, France; Alessandro Galli, Sapienza University of Rome,
Italy; Matteo Albani, University of Siena, Italy; Mauro Ettorre, Université de Rennes 1, France
A Pilot Study of Microwave Ablation in Ex Vivo Human Breast Tissue
R. Owen Mays, L. M. Neira, A. Schulman, J. Harter, L. G. Wilke, Nader Behdad, Susan C. Hagness,
University of Wisconsin-Madison, United States
WE-SP.1A.308:40
WE-SP.2A.308:40
Polarization and Poynting Behaviors of TE plus TM Non-diffracting Bessel Beams
Miniaturized Loop Antennas for Wireless Brain-Machine Interfaces: Efficiency
Enhancement and Link Characterizations
Stephen D. Stearns, Consultant, United States
Lingnan Song, Yahya Rahmat-Samii, University of California, Los Angeles, United States
WE-SP.1A.409:00
A Broadband, Bessel Beam Radiator
WE-SP.2A.409:00
Nikolaos Chiotellis, Anthony Grbic, University of Michigan, United States
Miniature Batteryless Wireless Implants for Diagnosis and Therapy
J.-C. Chiao, University of Texas at Arlington, United States
WE-SP.1A.509:20
RLSA Antenna for Generating Vortex Modes in Near-Field Radiating Zone for Radar
Applications
WE-SP.2A.509:20
Break09:40
Break09:40
WE-SP.1A.610:00
WE-SP.2A.610:00
Conformal Microwave Lens for Focusing Across Inhomogenous Tissue
Agnese Mazzinghi, Angelo Freni, University of Florence, Italy
John Ho, NUS, Singapore; Ada Poon, Stanford University, United States
Design and Experimental Validation of Leaky-Wave Bessel-Beam Launchers at MillimeterWave Frequencies
Design and Analysis of Microwave Ablation Antennas in Heterogeneous Tissue
R. Owen Mays, Nader Behdad, Susan C. Hagness, University of Wisconsin-Madison, United States
Walter Fuscaldo, Sapienza University of Rome, Italy; Guido Valerio, Université Pierre et Marie Curie,
France; Ronan Sauleau, Mauro Ettorre, Université de Rennes 1, France; Anthony Grbic, University of
Michigan, United States; Alessandro Galli, Sapienza University of Rome, Italy
WE-SP.2A.710:20
Drift-Diffusion Modeling of the Electric Signals Generated by Healing Wounds
Ahmed Hassan, University of Missouri–Kansas City, United States; Brian Reid, Fernando Ferreira, Min
Zhao, University of California, Davis, United States
WE-SP.1A.710:20
Tailoring Electromagnetic Fields with Subwavelength Antennas
WE-SP.2A.810:40
Qiwen Zhan, University of Dayton, United States
Contactless Monitoring and Classification of Human Motion Activities by using SFCW
Radar
WE-SP.1A.810:40
Physics and Applications of Airy Beams and Optical Accelerating Waves
Nghia Tran, The Catholic University of America, United States; Sabikun Nahar, Lingyun Ren, Haofei Wang,
University of Tennessee at Knoxville, United States; Ozlem Kilic, The Catholic University of America, United
States; Aly E. Fathy, University of Tennessee at Knoxville, United States
Demetrios Christodoulides, CREOL-UCF, United States
WE-SP.1A.911:00
Broadband Comparison of Standing and Traveling Wave Aperture Distribution RLSA
Bessel Beam Launchers for EM Pulse Generation
WE-SP.2A.911:00
Construction of a Realistic Computational Smartphone Model for SAR Evaluations
Santi Concetto Pavone, University of Siena, Italy; Agnese Mazzinghi, University of Florence, Italy; Walter
Fuscaldo, University of Rome, Italy; Angelo Freni, University of Florence, Italy; Matteo Albani, University
of Siena, Italy
Ryota Takei, Akihiro Tateno, Chiba University, Japan; Tomoaki Nagaoka, National Institute of Information
and Communications Technology, Japan; Kazuyuki Saito, Masaharu Takahashi, Chiba University, Japan;
Soichi Watanabe, National Institute of Information and Communications Technology, Japan; Koichi Ito,
Chiba University, Japan
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WE-A2.1A
08:00 - 09:40
Grand Atlantic Salon III
Wednesday, June 29
WE-A1.1A
08:00 - 11:20
Grand Caribbean Salon I-II
Advances in Cloaking
Microstrip Antenna Arrays
WE-A2.1A.108:00
WE-A1.1A.108:00
Session Chair: Alexander B. Yakovlev, University of Mississippi
Session Chair: Claes Beckman, KTH Royal Institute of Technology
Reduction of Mutual Coupling between Strip Dipole Antennas at Terahertz Frequencies
with an Elliptically Shaped Graphene Monolayer
A Multi-Band Conformal Antenna Array for GNSS Applications
Kazeem Yinusa, Wahid Elmarissi, Stefano Caizzone, Achim Dreher, German Aerospace Center (DLR),
Germany
Gabriel Moreno, Hossein Bernety, Alexander B. Yakovlev, University of Mississippi, United States
WE-A1.1A.208:20
WE-A2.1A.208:20
Broadband High-Gain 60 GHz Antenna Array
Scattering and Radiation Singularities in Epsilon-Near-Zero Structures
Md Asaduzzaman Towfiq, Abdurazag Khalat, Bedri A. Cetiner, Utah State University, United States; Ozlem
Ceylan, Necmi Biyikli, Bilkent University, United States
Francesco Monticone, Andrea Alù, The University of Texas at Austin, United States
WE-A2.1A.308:40
A Methodology for Translating Non-Radiating Sources in Design Parameters of Cloaking
Devices
WE-A1.1A.308:40
WE-A2.1A.409:00
WE-A1.1A.409:00
Design and Analysis of a Cylindrical Array of Stripline Fed Slot Antennas For On-Board
Telemetry Applications
Giuseppe Labate, Ladislau Matekovits, Politecnico di Torino, Italy; Symon Podilchak, Heriot-Watt
University, United Kingdom
Mustafa Ozcan, Roketsan Inc., Turkey; Özlem Aydin Civi, Middle East Technical University, Turkey
Grid Array Antenna Composed of Rectangular Loop Cells
Nonlinear Metasurfaces for Power-dependent Mantle Cloaking Devices
Toru Kawano, National Defense Academy, Japan; Hisamatsu Nakano, Hosei University, Japan
Alessio Monti, Mirko Barbuto, Niccolò Cusano University, Italy; Filiberto Bilotti, Alessandro Toscano, Roma
Tre University, Italy
WE-A1.1A.509:20
Two-Dimensional Beamwidth Broadening of Microstrip Antenna Arrays
WE-A2.1A.509:20
Izabela Slomian, Slawomir Gruszczynski, Krzysztof Wincza, Artur Rydosz, AGH University of Science and
Technology, Poland
Low-Scattering Sensor with Strong Absorption Properties
Nasim Mohammadi Estakhri, Jason Soric, Andrea Alù, The University of Texas at Austin, United States
Break09:40
B
Wednesday, June 29
WE-UB.1A
10:00 - 11:40
Grand Atlantic Salon III
WE-A1.1A.610:00
Impact of Base Station Antenna Vertical Beam Width and Tilt on the Performance of LTE
Networks
Theory, Applications and Phenomena of Complex Media
Alberto Camacho Ruiz, Cicek Cavdar, Claes Beckman, KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden
Session Chair: Michael Havrilla, Air Force Institute of Technology
WE-A1.1A.710:20
WE-UB.1A.110:00
Non-uniform microstrip antenna array for tolling using a single access lane
Self-induced topological transitions by nonlinearities
Tiago Varum, João Matos, Instituto de Telecomunicações / Universidade de Aveiro, Portugal; Pedro Pinho,
Instituto de Telecomunicações, Portugal
Yakir Hadad, The University of Texas at Austin, United States; Alexander Khanikaev, Queens College of
The City University of New York, United States; Jason Soric, Andrea Alù, The University of Texas at Austin,
United States
WE-A1.1A.810:40
A Miniaturized 8-port Integrated Antenna with Low Farfield Pattern Correlation
WE-UB.1A.210:20
Il-Do Choi, Kyoungtae Lee, Ju Yong Lee, KAIST Institute for IT Convergence, Republic of Korea
A Parametric Variational Principle Based DG-FETD Scheme for Nonlinear Electromagnetics
WE-A1.1A.911:00
Bao Zhu, Dalian University of Technology, China; Jiefu Chen, University of Houston, United States
A compact MIMO antenna with high isolation
WE-UB.1A.310:40
Lanchao Zhang, Wenqi Liu, Tao Jiang, Harbin Engineering University, China
Two-Vector Field and Scalar-Potential Formalisms for Gyrotropic Media
Michael Havrilla, Air Force Institute of Technology, United States
WE-UB.1A.411:00
Recent Progress in the Development of a Propagator Method for Electromagnetic Fields
Jongchul Shin, Robert Nevels, Texas A&M University, United States
WE-UB.1A.511:20
The Role of an Inhomogeneous Lorenz Condition in the Derivation of Null Electromagnetic
Waves
Ioannis Besieris, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, United States; Amr Shaarawi, The
American University of Cairo, Egypt
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B
Wednesday, June 29
WE-UB.2A
08:00 - 11:00
Grand Caribbean Salon VII-VIII
Wednesday, June 29
WE-A1.2A
08:00 - 11:40
Culebra
Fast Direct and Iterative Integral-Equation Solvers
Phased-Array limitations and design considerations
WE-UB.2A.108:00
WE-A1.2A.108:00
Session Co-Chairs: Branislav Notaros, Colorado State University; Ali Yilmaz, University of
Texas at Austin
Session Co-Chairs: Do-Hoon Kwon, University of Massachusetts, Amherst; Andrew Peterson,
Georgia Institute of Technology
A New Butterfly Reconstruction Method for MLMDA-based Direct Integral Equation Solvers
Limitations of AESA’s on Monopulse Beamforming
Yang Liu, Han Guo, Eric Michielssen, University of Michigan, United States
Jeremiah Wolf, Matilda Livadaru, Roger Dana, James West, Rockwell Collins, United States
WE-UB.2A.208:20
WE-A1.2A.208:20
A New MLMDA-Based Direct Integral Equation Solver for Electrically Perfect Conducting
Objects
Phase Error Analysis of a Dual Polarized Concentric Ring Array
Pedro Mendes Ruiz, Israel Hinostroza, Régis Guinvarc’h, CentraleSupélec - Université Paris Saclay, France;
Randy L. Haupt, Colorado School of Mines, United States
Yang Liu, Han Guo, Eric Michielssen, University of Michigan, United States
WE-A1.2A.308:40
WE-UB.2A.308:40
Probabilistic Interval Method for Phased Array Sensitivity Analysis
Low-Rank Approximation of Impedance Matrix Blocks Using Non-uniform Sampling
Methods
Lorenzo Poli, Nicola Anselmi, Giorgio Gottardi, Paolo Rocca, Andrea Massa, University of Trento, Italy
Yaniv Brick, Ali Yilmaz, The University of Texas at Austin, United States
WE-A1.2A.409:00
Higher-Order Bandwidth Bounds for Conductor-Backed Planar Arrays
WE-UB.2A.409:00
Hsieh-Chi Chang, Do-Hoon Kwon, University of Massachusetts Amherst, United States
High-fidelity, High-performance Integral Equation Solver for Time-Harmonic Maxwell’s
Equations
WE-A1.2A.509:20
Brian MacKie-Mason, Zhen Peng, University of New Mexico, United States
Frequency Diverse Scanning for Aperiodic (Random) Antenna Arrays
Timi Adeyemi, SPAWAR Systems Center Pacific, United States; Kristopher Buchanan, Space and Naval
Warfare Systems Center, Pacific, United States
WE-UB.2A.509:20
Extension of High-Precision UFFT Methodology for Full 3D Planar Analysis Including
Multiple Layers, Vias, and Metallization-Thickness
Break09:40
Brian Rautio, Sonnet Software, Inc., United States; Vladimir Okhmatovski, University of Manitoba,
Canada; Jay Kyoon Lee, Syracuse University, United States
WE-A1.2A.610:00
Design Considerations in An Active Matched Semiloop Array with Non-Foster Networks
Fernando Albarracin Vargas, Daniel Segovia Vargas, Universidad Carlos III de Madrid, Spain; Vicente
Gonzalez Posadas, Universidad Politécnica de Madrid, Spain
Break09:40
WE-UB.2A.610:00
Incomplete-Leaf Multilevel Fast Multipole Algorithm for Penetrable Objects Using Volume
Integral Equations
WE-A1.2A.710:20
WE-UB.2A.710:20
WE-A1.2A.810:40
Jackson Massey, Yaniv Brick, The University of Texas at Austin, United States; Amir Boag, Tel-Aviv
University, Israel; Ali Yilmaz, The University of Texas at Austin, United States
Francesco Scattone, IETR, France; Nelson J. G. Fonseca, European Space Agency, Netherlands; Mauro
Ettorre, Ronan Sauleau, IETR, France
Blind Calibration of Dense Irregular Arrays by Exploiting Multiply-Measured NearlyIdentical Spatial Frequencies
Manouchehr Takrimi, Bilkent University, Turkey; Özgür S. Ergül, Middle East Technical University, Turkey;
Vakur Behcet Erturk, Bilkent University, Turkey
Stefan Wijnholds, Netherlands Institute for Radio Astronomy, Netherlands
A Schur-Complement Method for Integral-Equation Analysis of Antennas Near Anatomical
Human Models
Irregular Superstrate Array for the Reduction of the Side Lobe Level in Satcom User
Terminal Antennas
WE-UB.2A.810:40
WE-A1.2A.911:00
A Fast Direct Integral-Equation Solver for Hydraulic Fracture Diagnosis
Circularly Polarized Omnidirectional Helical Element Optimization
Anton Menshov, Yaniv Brick, Ali Yilmaz, The University of Texas at Austin, United States
Max Hernandez-Brito, Caitlin Croskrey, Erik Buren, Franz Camilo, Luis Perez, Steve Schennum, Gonzaga
University, United States; Robert Conley, LHC2, United States
WE-A1.2A.1011:20
Space and Leaky Wave Analysis for the Active Element Patterns of Finite Arrays
Arun Bhattacharyya, Lockheed Martin Space Systems, United States
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Wednesday, June 29
WE-A5.1A
08:00 - 11:20
Vieques
Wednesday, June 29
WE-A2.2A
RFID Antenna Design and Applications
08:00 - 11:40
Icaco
Frequency-Selective Surfaces III
Session Chair: Gaetano Marrocco, University of Rome - Tor Vergata
Session Co-Chairs: Alexander B. Yakovlev, University of Mississippi; John Batchelor,
University of Kent
WE-A5.1A.108:00
A Modular Antenna for Near-Field UHF-RFID Smart Point Readers
WE-A2.2A.108:00
Third-Order Frequency Selective Surface based on Inverter Interlayers
Andrea Michel, Paolo Nepa, University of Pisa, Italy; Marcos Rodriguez Pino, University of Oviedo, Spain
Komlan Payne, Jun H. (Brandon) Choi, Syracuse University, United States
WE-A5.1A.208:20
Characterization of Nanoparticle Inks on a Novel Polyester-based Substrate for
Manufacturing of Passive UHF RFID Tags
WE-A2.2A.208:20
Highly-Selective Miniaturized First-Order Low-Profile Dual-Band Frequency Selective
Surface
Muhammad Rizwan, Ajith Adhur Kutty, Tampere University of Technology, Finland; Monageng Kgwadi,
University of Glasgow, United Kingdom; Timothy D. Drysdale, The Open University, United Kingdom; Lauri
Sydänheimo, Leena Ukkonen, Johanna Virkki, Tampere University of Technology, Finland
Komlan Payne, Jun H. (Brandon) Choi, Syracuse University, United States; Mohammad Ashraf Ali, ChungTse Michael Wu, Wayne State University, United States
WE-A2.2A.308:40
WE-A5.1A.308:40
Compact single-layer UWB Frequency Selective Surface
Performance of Silver-Based Textile UHF Passive RFID Tags after Recurrent Washing
Rabia Yahya, Akira Nakamura, Makoto Itami, Tokyo University of Science, Japan
Aitzaz Kazmi, Johanna Virkki, Toni Björninen, Leena Ukkonen, Tampere University of Technology, Finland
WE-A2.2A.409:00
WE-A5.1A.409:00
3D UWB Band-Pass Frequency Selective Surface
Design of the Dual Mode UHF-RFID Tag Radiating from the Slot Antenna for Optical Discs
Rabia Yahya, Akira Nakamura, Makoto Itami, Tokyo University of Science, Japan
Manabu Kai, Fujitsu Laboratories Limited, Japan
WE-A2.2A.509:20
WE-A5.1A.509:20
Beam-tilting Vivaldi antenna using Cantilever based- Frequency Selective Surfaces
Design of a UHF RFID Tag Antenna to Keep the Read Range Constant between on and
off Metal
Arun Kesavan, Bybi P. Chacko, National Institute of Scientific Research, Canada; Tayeb A. Denidni, Institute
of National Research and Scientific (INRS), Canada
Yasumitsu Ban, Manabu Kai, Fujitsu Laboratories Limited, Japan
Break09:40
Break09:40
WE-A5.1A.610:00
WE-A2.2A.610:00
Wi-Fi Transmission and Multi-band Shielding Using Single-Layer Frequency Selective
Surface
Enlargement of Interrogation Zone of ZPSL Loop Antennas for UHF RFID Systems
Yunjia Zeng, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, United States; Zhi Ning Chen, National University
of Singapore, Singapore; Xianming Qing, Institute for Infocomm Research (I²R), Singapore; Jian-Ming
Jin, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, United States
Irfan Sohail Syed, IQRA University, Pakistan
WE-A2.2A.710:20
Interference Mitigation and WLAN Efficiency in Modern Buildings Using Energy Saving
Techniques and FSS
WE-A5.1A.710:20
Statistical Analysis of the Effect of Ground Plane Serrations on Thin Planar RFID Antennas
Pallavi Sharma, Jennifer Bernhard, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, United States
Shahid Habib, COMSATS Institute of Information Technology, Pakistan; Ghaffer Iqbal Kiani, King Abdulaziz
University, Saudi Arabia; Muhammad Fasih Uddin Butt, COMSATS Institute of Information Technology,
Pakistan
WE-A5.1A.810:40
Passive UHF-RFID tag based on Electrically Small Square-Shaped Split Ring Resonator
(SRR) Antenna
WE-A2.2A.810:40
Simone Zuffanelli, Gerard Zamora, Pau Aguilà, Ferran Paredes, Ferran Martín, Jordi Bonache, Universitat
Autònoma de Barcelona, Spain
Circular Polarization Frequency Selective Surface Optimized with A Fast Accurate Method
WE-A5.1A.911:00
WE-A2.2A.911:00
YuHeng Liu, LongJian Zhou, Jun OuYang, University of Electronic Science and Technology of China, China
Frequency Selective Surface with Wide Passband and Stopband Performance Operating
in L/S Band
Microwave Sensor For Imaging Corrosion Under Coatings Utilizing Pattern Recognition
Abdulbaset Ali, Abdurhman Albasir, Omar Ramahi, University of Waterloo, Canada
YuHeng Liu, LongJian Zhou, Jun OuYang, University of Electronic Science and Technology of China, China
WE-A2.2A.1011:20
A Novel Miniaturized Low-profile Tri-band Frequency Selective Surface Based on
Complementary structure
Wenxing Li, Yuanyuan Li, Xiaoliang Guo, Si Li, Yingsong Li, Harbin Engineering University, China
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Wednesday, June 29
WE-A2.3A
08:00 - 11:40
Palominito
Wednesday, June 29
WE-A5.2A
08:00 - 09:40
Palmas
Nanoelectromagnetics
Wearable Technologies and On-Body Communications
WE-A2.3A.108:00
WE-A5.2A.108:00
Session Co-Chairs: Alessio Monti, Niccolò Cusano University; Dimitrios Sounas, University
of Texas at Austin
Session Co-Chairs: Pai-Yen Chen, Wayne State University; Toni Björninen, Tampere
University of Technology
Strong Light-Matter Interactions in Thin Black Phosphorus Films
Multilayer Stacked-patch Antenna Optimized for On-Body Communications
Diego Correas-Serrano, Technical University of Cartagena, Spain; Juan Sebastian Gomez Diaz, The
University of Texas at Austin, United States; Alejandro Alvarez-Melcon, Universidad Politécnica de
Cartagena, Spain; Andrea Alù, The University of Texas at Austin, United States
Idellyse Martinez, Douglas Werner, The Pennsylvania State University, United States
WE-A5.2A.208:20
Stretching Effect on Textile Antenna for Spacesuit
Tahmid Rashid, Sima Noghanian, Reza Fazel-Rezai, Pablo de León, University of North Dakota, United
States
WE-A2.3A.208:20
Optical cloaking of plasmonic materials through nanoparticles-based metasurfaces
Alessio Monti, Niccolò Cusano University, Italy; Andrea Alù, The University of Texas at Austin, United
States; Alessandro Toscano, Filiberto Bilotti, Roma Tre University, Italy
WE-A5.2A.308:40
Piezoresistive Pressure Sensor for ICP Monitoring: Remote Powering through Wearable
Textile Antenna and Sensor Readout Experiment
WE-A2.3A.308:40
Light-Matter Interactions in Complex Media with 2D Materials, Metamaterials, and
Quantum Dots
Muhammad Waqas Ahmad Khan, Toni Björninen, Muhammad Rizwan, Lauri Sydänheimo, Leena
Ukkonen, Tampere University of Technology, Finland
Bablu Mukherjee, Indian Institute of Technology Bombay, India; Ergun Simsek, George Washington
University, United States
WE-A5.2A.409:00
An e-Textile Antenna for Body Area Network
Chris G. Bartone, Levi Moore, Meenakshi Kohli, Ohio University, United States
WE-A2.3A.409:00
In-Vivo Terahertz EM Channel Characterization for Nano-Communications in WBANs
WE-A5.2A.509:20
Hadeel Elayan, Khalifa University, United Arab Emirates; Raed Shubair, Massachusetts Institute of
Technology, United States; Akram Alomainy, Ke Yang, Queen Mary University of London, United Kingdom
A Novel Dual-band Dual-polarized Antenna for On-body Applications
Xiao-Qi Zhu, Nanjing University of Science and Technology, China; Yong-Xin Guo, National University of
Singapore, Singapore; Wen Wu, Nanjing University of Science and Technology, China
WE-A2.3A.509:20
Shielding Coating based on Graphene-Loaded Nanomaterials
Domenico Gaetano, Ivan Russo, Antonio Manna, Marco Bartocci, Elettronica ELT, Italy; Maria Sabrina
Sarto, Alessio Tamburrano, Sapienza University of Rome, Italy
Wednesday, June 29
WE-A5.3A
Break09:40
10:00 - 11:40
Palmas
Implantable Sensors
WE-A2.3A.610:00
Session Chair: John Volakis, The Ohio State University
Non-Crosstalk Light Propagation in Anisotropic Metamaterials Composed of Multilayered
Metal-Insulator Stack
WE-A5.3A.110:00
Aron Khan, Jayanti Venkataraman, Zhaolin Lu, Rochester Institute of Technology, United States
Miniature Fully-Passive Brain Implant for Wireless Real-Time Neuropotential Monitoring
Cedric Lee, Asimina Kiourti, John Volakis, The Ohio State University, United States
WE-A2.3A.710:20
Analyses of optical/ electro-optic Kerr effects in third harmonic compact plasmonics
WE-A5.3A.210:20
Jun Niu, Duke University, United States; Ma Luo, Wave Computation Technologies Inc., United States;
Qing Huo Liu, Duke University, United States
Investigation of Efficient Wireless Charging for Deep Implanted Medical Devices
WE-A2.3A.810:40
Stavros Koulouridis, Sofia Bakogianni, University of Patras, Greece; Antoine Diet, Yann Le Bihan, Lionel
Pichon, CentraleSupélec, Univ. Paris-Sud, Université Paris-Saclay, Sorbonne Universités, UPMC Univ Paris
06, France
Michael Finch, Claudio Saunders Filho, Navaneeth Premkumar, Yuchen Yang, Brian Lail, Florida Institute
of Technology, United States
WE-A5.3A.310:40
A 4H-SiC Phonon Polariton Enhanced Hybrid Waveguide
Optimization of Orthogonal-Coil RF Probe for Miniature Passive Implantable Pressure
Sensors
WE-A2.3A.911:00
Mohammadhossein Behfar, Lauri Sydänheimo, Leena Ukkonen, Tampere University of Technology,
Finland; Aaron J. Fleischman, Cleveland Clinic Lerner Research Institute, United States; Hao Jiang, San
Francisco State University, United States; Shuvo Roy, University of California, San Francisco, United States
Comparison between electric field for plasmonic dipole and bow-tie ONA structures
Bhaven Mehta, Mona Zaghloul, George Washington University, United States
WE-A2.3A.1011:20
WE-A5.3A.411:00
Controllable frequency and polarization THz filter based on graphene fish-scale
metamaterial
Comparing Liquid Homogeneous and Multilayer Phantoms for Human Body Implantable
Antennas
Roberto Lima, Victor Dmitriev, Clerisson Nascimento, Federal University of Para, Brazil
João M. Felício, Jorge R. Costa, Carlos A. Fernandes, Instituto de Telecomunicações, Instituto Universitário
de Lisboa, Portugal
WE-A5.3A.511:20
Differentially Fed Compact Dual-Band Implantable Antenna for Biotelemetry
Yijun Liu, Yifan Chen, South University of Science and Technology of China, China; Filbert H. Juwono,
University of Western Australia, Perth, Australia
84
B
Wednesday, June 29
WE-UB.3A
08:00 - 11:40
Ceiba
Millimeter and THz Antennas
Wednesday, June 29
WE-A1.3A
08:00 - 11:40
Siete Mares
Milestones in Antennas and Propagation
Session Co-Chairs: Hao Xin, University of Arizona; Andrea Neto, Technical University of Delft
Session Co-Chairs: Ted Simpson, University of South Carolina; Jennifer Bernhard, University
of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign
WE-UB.3A.108:00
Millimeter-Wave Mobile Communications for 5G: Challenges and Opportunities
WE-A1.3A.108:00
OTA Testing of 3G-5G Devices with MIMO: From Anechoic Chambers to Reverberation
Chambers and … Back Again?
Fatimah Al-Ogaily, Khalifa University, United Arab Emirates; Raed Shubair, Massachusetts Institute of
Technology, United States
Per-Simon Kildal, Andrés Alayón Glazunov, Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden
WE-UB.3A.208:20
Mid-IR Graphene-Gold Beam Steering Metasurface
WE-A1.3A.208:20
Philip Hon, Northrop Grumman Corporation Aerospace Systems, United States; Michelle Sherrott, Victor
Brar, California Institute of Technology, United States; Luke Sweatlock, Northrop Grumman Corporation
Aerospace Systems, United States; Harry Atwater, California Institute of Technology, United States
Higher order basis functions: 50 years of research, development and practice
Branko Kolundzija, University of Belgrade, Yugoslavia
WE-A1.3A.308:40
WE-UB.3A.308:40
The Early Development of Corrugated Horns
Toward Highly Secure Fingerprint Biometrics Using Submillimeter Waves
Trevor Bird, Antengenuity, Australia
Georgios Trichopoulos, Arizona State University, United States
WE-A1.3A.409:00
WE-UB.3A.409:00
The Laboratory of Heinrich Hertz: Where Circuit Theory and Field Theory Came Together
Design, Fabrication, and Characterization of an Angle-Sensing Long-Wave Infrared
Detector
Ted Simpson, University of South Carolina, United States
WE-A1.3A.509:20
Elham Mohammadi, Bahareh Behzadnezhad, Nader Behdad, University of Wisconsin-Madison, United
States
Developments in High Power Longwave Radio A Brief History
Peder Hansen, Long Wave Inc, United States
WE-UB.3A.509:20
Break09:40
Chip-to-Chip Switched-Beam 60-GHz Array Integrated with Modified Butler Feed Matrix
Network
WE-A1.3A.610:00
Prabhat Baniya, University of Arizona, United States; Aimeric Bisognin, Université Nice Sophia Antipolis,
France; Kathleen Melde, University of Arizona, United States; Cyril Luxey, Université Nice Sophia Antipolis,
France
History of HF Airborne Phase Measurement Direction Finding
Keith Struckman, Retired, United States
WE-A1.3A.710:20
Break09:40
Wireless Power Delivery under Concrete for Sensors
Mohammod Ali, University of South Carolina, United States; Rashed Bhuiyan, Advanced Flex Sensor
Research LLC., United States
WE-UB.3A.610:00
Analysis of the Power Radiation from Photoconductive Antennas by Equivalent Norton
Circuit Model
WE-A1.3A.810:40
Alessandro Garufo, Giorgio Carluccio, Nuria Llombart, Andrea Neto, Technical University of Delft,
Netherlands
Overview of Electrically Small Supergain Endfire Arrays
Arthur Yaghjian, Electromagnetics Research Consultant, United States
WE-UB.3A.710:20
WE-A1.3A.911:00
Photo-Conductive Connected Array Solution for Pulsed Terahertz Radiation
Spherical Near-Field Antenna Measurements - The Most Accurate Antenna Measurement
Technique
Alessandro Garufo, Giorgio Carluccio, Nuria Llombart, Andrea Neto, Technical University of Delft,
Netherlands
Olav Breinbjerg, Technical University of Denmark, Denmark
WE-UB.3A.810:40
WE-A1.3A.1011:20
Reconfigurable Reflectarray Antenna Design for Millimeter Wave Imaging
History of Antenna Designs and Measurements for JPL Space Missions
Ahmed Abdelrahman, Min Liang, Hao Xin, University of Arizona, United States
Vaughn Cable, Joseph Vacchione, Richard Hodges, NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory, California Institute of
Technology, United States
WE-UB.3A.911:00
Design of a Corporate-feed 45-degree Polarization Slotted Waveguide Array Antenna in
the Millimeter-wave Band
Jiro Hirokawa, Kengo Ando, Miao Zhang, Makoto Ando, Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan; Hiroshi Iwai,
Panasonic Corporation, Japan
WE-UB.3A.1011:20
Millimeter Wave Bull’s-Eye Antenna Frequency and Angular Response
Unai Beaskoetxea, Universidad Pública de Navarra, Spain; Miguel Navarro-Cía, University of Birmingham,
United Kingdom; Miguel Beruete, Universidad Pública de Navarra, Spain
85
B
Wednesday, June 29
WE-UB.4A
08:00 - 09:40
Las Croabas
B
Preconditioners and Acceleration Techniques
Wednesday, June 29
WE-UB.5A
08:00 - 09:40
Grand Caribbean Salon VI
Reconfigurable Antennas and STAR Systems
Session Co-Chairs: Raj Mittra, University of Central Florida; Robert Adams, University of
Kentucky
Session Chair: John Volakis, The Ohio State University
WE-UB.5A.108:00
Switchless Pattern Reconfigurable Antennas
WE-UB.4A.108:00
A Preconditioning Technique based on Singular Value Decomposition and its Comparision
with the Characteristic Basis Function Method
Adam Narbudowicz, Dublin Institute of Technology / RWTH Aachen University, Germany; Max J. Ammann,
Dublin Institute of Technology, Ireland; Dirk Heberling, RWTH Aachen University, Germany
Chao Li, Raj Mittra, University of Central Florida, United States
WE-UB.5A.208:20
Investigation of Low-Power Antenna Reconfiguration through Magnetic Polarization
Tuning of Ferrite Loads
WE-UB.4A.208:20
A Multiplicative Calderon Preconditioner for the Impedance Boundary Condition Electric
Field Integral Equation
Adam Horton, Jessica Ruyle, University of Oklahoma, United States
Vladimir Okhmatovski, University of Manitoba, Canada; Chang Liu, Anton Menshov, Ali Yilmaz, The
University of Texas at Austin, United States
WE-UB.5A.308:40
High Isolation Ultra Wideband Dual Polarization Arrays for Simultaneous Transmit and
Receive Systems
WE-UB.4A.308:40
Hierarchical Preconditioners for the PMCHWT Integral Equation
Alexander Hovsepian, Elias A. Alwan, John Volakis, The Ohio State University, United States
John Erick Ortiz Guzman, Télécom Bretagne / Institut Mines-Télécom, France; Simon Adrian, Télécom
Bretagne / Institut Mines-Télécom / TUM, France; Rajendra Mitharwal, Télécom Bretagne / Institut
Mines-Télécom, France; Yves Beghein, Ghent University, Belgium; Thomas Eibert, Technische Universität
München, Germany; Kristof Cools, University of Nottingham, United Kingdom; Francesco P. Andriulli,
Télécom Bretagne / Institut Mines-Télécom, France
WE-UB.5A.409:00
A Binary Reflectarray Antenna with Subwavelength Elements
Ra’id Awadallah, David Shrekenhamer, Jeffrey Nanzer, Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics
Laboratory, United States
WE-UB.4A.409:00
WE-UB.5A.509:20
Jin Cheng, John Young, Robert Adams, University of Kentucky, United States; Stephen Gedney, University
of Colorado Boulder, United States
Gregory Makar, Carlene Goodbody, Washington State University Vancouver, United States; Nghi Tran,
University of Akron, United States; Tutku Karacolak, Washington State University Vancouver, United States
A Differential-Fed Patch Antenna with Ring Hybrid Feeding Structure for Simultaneous
Transmit and Receive (STAR) Systems
Parallel Sparse Fill and Factorization of a Discrete Magnetostatic Volume Integral
Equation on Non-uniform Meshes
WE-UB.4A.509:20
Verification of Characteristic Basis Function Method using Fast Far-Field Approximation
Tai Tanaka, Yoshio Inasawa, Yasuhiro Nishioka, Hiroaki Miyashita, Mitsubishi Electric Corporation, Japan
B
Wednesday, June 29
WE-UB.5A
Wednesday, June 29
WE-A1.4A
10:00 - 11:40
Grand Caribbean Salon VI
Novel Materials for Reconfigurable Antennas
Session Chair: Dimitris Anagnostou, Democritus University of Xanthi
10:00 - 11:40
Las Croabas
WE-A1.4A.110:00
Time-Domain IE and PDE Methods
Germanium Telluride Reconfigurable Antennas
Leonard M. De La Cruz, Sami Hawasli, Tony G. Ivanov, Theodore K. Anthony, US Army Research Laboratory,
United States; Mona Zaghloul, The George Washington University, United States
Session Co-Chairs: Raphael Kastner, University of Delaware; B Shanker, Michigan State
University
WE-A1.4A.210:20
WE-UB.5A.110:00
Some Recent Results in Convolution Quadrature and Temporal Galerkin Based Time
Domain Integral Equation Solvers
Vanadium Dioxide Reconfigurable Slot Antenna
WE-UB.5A.210:20
WE-A1.4A.310:40
Dimitris Anagnostou, Tarron Teeslink, South Dakota School of Mines and Technology, United States; David
Torres, Nelson Sepulveda, Michigan State University, United States
Daniel S. Weile, Raphael Kastner, University of Delaware, United States
A Printed Dipole Reconfigured with Magneto-Static Responsive Structures that do not
Require a Directly Connected Biasing Circuit
Deconvolution of a Gaussian from Temporal Signals Using an Auxiliary Basis Set
S. O’Connor, J Li, Stephen Hughey, Balasubramaniam Shanker, Michigan State University, United States
Adnan Iftikhar, Jacob Parrow, Sajid Asif, Sayeed Sajal, Benjamin Braaten, North Dakota State University,
United States; Jeffery Allen, Monica Allen, AFRL/RWMFT Air Force Research, United States; Brett Wenner,
Air Force Research Laboratory, United States
WE-UB.5A.310:40
Transient Analysis of Electromagnetic Wave Interactions on Nonlinear Dispersive
Scatterers Using Volume Integral Equations
Sadeed Sayed, King Abdullah University of Science and Technology, Saudi Arabia; Huseyin Arda Ülkü,
Gebze Technical University, Turkey; Hakan Bagci, King Abdullah University of Science and Technology,
Saudi Arabia
WE-A1.4A.411:00
WE-UB.5A.411:00
WE-A1.4A.511:20
Connor Glosser, Jie Li, Carlo Piermarocchi, Shanker Balasubramaniam, Michigan State Unviersity, United
States
Farhan Abdul Ghaffar, Muhammad Vaseem, Atif Shamim, King Abdullah University of Science and
Technology, Saudi Arabia
A Circularly Polarized Antenna Sub-Array
Shuguang Chen, Mahmoud Khalil, Timothy Bocskor, Mahbub Hoque, US Army, United States
A Fully Printed Ferrite Nano-Particle Ink Based Tunable Antenna
A fast method for simulating field-mediated quantum dot interactions
WE-UB.5A.511:20
Numerical Methodology to Robustly Model Electromagnetic Radiation from Sources
Embedded in Non-Birefringent Anisotropic Medium Layers
Kamalesh Sainath, The Ohio State University ElectroScience Laboratory, United States; Fernando L.
Teixeira, The Ohio State University, United States
86
Wednesday, June 29
WE-A4.1A
08:00 - 11:20
Grand Caribbean Salon III
Compressed Sensing, Sparsity and Frequency-Domain Approaches in
Microwave Imaging
Wednesday, June 29
WE-SP.1P
Special Session
13:20 - 16:40
Pablo Casals Ballroom
Computational Imaging at Microwave, MMW and THz Frequencies
Session Co-Chairs: Mohammadreza F. Imani, Duke University; Jonah Gollub, Duke
University; Okan Yurduseven, Duke University
Session Co-Chairs: Jose Martinez Lorenzo, Northeastern University; Mahta Moghaddam,
University of Southern California
WE-SP.1P.113:20
CS-Based Computational Imaging at Microwave Frequencies
WE-A4.1A.108:00
Andrea Massa, Giacomo Oliveri, Nicola Anselmi, Lorenzo Poli, Lorenza Tenuti, University of Trento, Italy
Theoretical Derivation of RIP-less Compressive Sensing for Inverse Scattering
Pratik Shah, Mahta Moghaddam, University of Southern California, United States
WE-SP.1P.213:40
Novel Phaseless Measurement Inversion Strategy for Low-Cost Microwave Imaging Setup
WE-A4.1A.208:20
Jakob Helander, Andreas Ericsson, Daniel Sjöberg, Mats Gustafsson, Torleif Martin, Christer Larsson, Lund
University, Sweden
Yuri Alvarez Lopez, Maria García Fernández, Universidad de Oviedo, Spain; Lorenzo Poli, Paolo Rocca,
University of Trento, Italy; Cebrián García González, Fernando Las-Heras Andrés, Universidad de Oviedo,
Spain; Andrea Massa, University of Trento, Italy
WE-A4.1A.308:40
WE-SP.1P.314:00
60 GHz Imaging of Panels for Defect Detection using Planar Scanning
Fresnel-zone computational imaging via frequency-diverse apertures
Physicality Constrained Compressive Sensing Algorithm for Electromagnetic Imaging
Applications
David R. Smith, Jonah N. Gollub, Mohammadreza F. Imani, Okan Yurduseven, Timothy Sleasman, Parker
Trofatter, Duke University, United States; Alec Rose, Evolv Technology, United States; Daniel Arnitz,
Matthew Reynolds, University of Washington, United States; Daniel L. Marks, Hayrettin Odabasi, Guy
Lipworth, Michael Boyarsky, Vinay Gowda, Duke University, United States
Richard Obermeier, Jose Martinez-Lorenzo, Northeastern University, United States
WE-A4.1A.409:00
Three-Dimensional Sparse Electromagnetic Imaging Accelerated by Projected Steepest
Descen
WE-SP.1P.414:20
Phase-sensitive THz Imaging using Single-Pixel Intensity-only Measurements
Abdulla Desmal, Hakan Bagci, King Abdullah University of Science and Technology, Saudi Arabia
Syed An Nazmus Saqueb, Kubilay Sertel, The Ohio State University, United States
WE-A4.1A.509:20
WE-SP.1P.514:40
A Sparse View Approach for Microwave Diffraction Tomography
Obtaining System-specific Green’s Functions through Measurements: Theory and
Applications in Microwave Imaging
Anjit T A, Philip Cherian, Mythili P, Cochin University of Science and Technology, India
Natalia Nikolova, Denys Shumakov, Alexander Beaverstone, McMaster University, Canada
Break09:40
Break15:00
WE-A4.1A.610:00
Resolution Analysis of Compressed Sensing Based Methods for Single Frequency Radar
Imaging
WE-SP.1P.615:20
Subwavelength focusing and imaging from the far field using time reversal in
subwavelength scaled resonant media
Qiao Cheng, Akram Alomainy, Yang Hao, Queen Mary University of London, United Kingdom
Geoffroy Lerosey, Institut Langevin - CNRS UMR 7587, France
WE-A4.1A.710:20
Multi-frequency Electrical Resonant Lens for Far-field Sub-wavelength Imaging
WE-SP.1P.715:40
Qiang Gao, Bing-Zhong Wang, Xiao-Hua Wang, Zhi-Shuang Gong, University of Electronic Science and
Technology of China, China
Switched Antenna Array Tile for Real-Time Microwave Imaging Aperture
William Moulder, Janusz Majewski, Charles Coldwell, James Krieger, Jeffrey Herd, Lincoln Laboratory,
Massachusetts Institute of Technology, United States
WE-A4.1A.810:40
Far-field Frequency Domain Electromagnetic Time Reversal Subwavelength Imaging of
Scatterers Assisted with Grating Plate
WE-SP.1P.816:00
A Uniform Diffraction Tomographic Algorithm for Real-Time Portable Microwave Imaging
Zhi-Shuang Gong, Bing-Zhong Wang, Xiao-Hua Wang, Qiang Gao, University of Electronic Science and
Technology of China, China
Kai Ren, Robert Burkholder, The Ohio State University, United States
WE-SP.1P.916:20
WE-A4.1A.911:00
Photoconductive Antenna Array Based THz Near Field Imaging System Incorporating
Hadamard Multiplexing Method
Sparse Array Design For Millimeter-Wave Imaging
Hojatollah Zamani, Mohammad Fakharzadeh, Sharif University of Technology, Iran
Mingguang Tuo, Jitao Zhang, Min Liang, Wei-Ren Ng, University of Arizona, United States; Michael E.
Gehm, Duke University, United States; Hao Xin, University of Arizona, United States
87
Wednesday, June 29
WE-SP.2P
Special Session
13:20 - 16:20
Grand Atlantic Salon II
Memorial Session for Prof. Paul E. Mayes
Wednesday, June 29
WE-A2.1P
13:20 - 16:40
Grand Atlantic Salon III
Topics on Metamaterials and Metasurfaces
Session Co-Chairs: Gary Brown, Virginia Tech; Jennifer Bernhard, University of Illinois,
Urbana-Champaign
Session Chair: Francesco Monticone, University of Texas at Austin
WE-A2.1P.113:20
Study of materials and manufacturing technologies for an antenna distribution network
in Ka band
WE-SP.2P.113:20
Reflections on the Impact of the Professional Contributions of Prof. Paul E. Mayes
Jennifer Bernhard, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, United States
Adrián Tamayo Domínguez, José Manuel Fernández González, José Manuel Inclán Alonso, Manuel SierraPérez, Universidad Politécnica de Madrid, Spain
WE-SP.2P.213:40
A Discussion of Low Profile Antenna Research Contributions of Paul Mayes
WE-A2.1P.213:40
David Tammen, MI Technologies, United States
Metasurface Diffraction Orders Analysis
Karim Achouri, Christophe Caloz, Polytechnique Montréal, Canada
WE-SP.2P.314:00
Wideband Circularly Polarized Dipole Array Using a Sequential-Phase Feed
WE-A2.1P.314:00
Son Xuat Ta, Ikmo Park, Ajou University, Republic of Korea
Conformal Transformation of Linear Arrays through QCTO-Based Design Tools
Marco Salucci, Giacomo Oliveri, University of Trento, Italy; Hanen Ahmadi, ELEDIA Offshore Lab @
Innov’Com, Tunisia; Andrea Massa, University of Trento, Italy
WE-SP.2P.414:20
Paul Mayes – Series Antenna Arrays
Dean Paschen, FIRST RF Corporation, United States
WE-A2.1P.414:20
Transition Function for SW Metasurface-Dispersion
WE-SP.2P.514:40
Mario Mencagli Jr., Enrica Martini, Cristian Della Giovampaola, Stefano Maci, University of Siena, Italy
Periodic Structures in Modern Electromagnetic and Antenna Applications: FSS, EBG,
Reflectarrays and Nano-Pillars
WE-A2.1P.514:40
Ray-Optics and Transformation Optics for Surface Waves
Yahya Rahmat-Samii, University of California, Los Angeles, United States
Mario Mencagli Jr., Enrica Martini, Stefano Maci, University of Siena, Italy
Break15:00
Break15:00
WE-SP.2P.615:20
Broadband 3-D Reconfigurable Antenna on AlGaN/GaN on Sapphire
WE-A2.1P.615:20
Enhancement of Linear Arrays through MbD Metamaterial Coatings
Mohammod Ali, MVS Chandrashekhar, Grigory Simin, University of South Carolina, United States
Marco Salucci, Lorenza Tenuti, Ephrem Teshale Bekele, Giacomo Oliveri, University of Trento, Italy
WE-SP.2P.715:40
On Wideband Simultaneous Transmit and Receive (STAR) With a Single Aperture
WE-A2.1P.715:40
Field Distribution of Rectangular Waveguides with Anisotropic Walls by using the Modal
Theory
Dejan Filipovic, University of Colorado Boulder, United States; Mohamed Elmansouri, Ehab Etellisi,
University of Colorado, United States
Benedikt Byrne, LAPLACE laboratory/CNES/MVG Industries, France; Nathalie Raveu, LAPLACE laboratory,
France; Nicolas Capet, CNES, France; Gwenn Le Fur, Luc Duchesne, MVG Industries, France
WE-SP.2P.816:00
Broadband Antennas and Super-Resolution Imaging: Influence of Paul E. Mayes
Weng Cho Chew, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, United States; W.H. Weedon, Applied Radar
Inc., United States; F.-C. Chen, National Chiao Tung University, Taiwan; J.S. Zhao, Motorola Mobility,
United States; J.M. Bowen, Raytheon Corp., United States
WE-A2.1P.816:00
Stability Analysis of Nonlinear Left Handed Transmission Lines Using Floquet Multipliers
and Bifurcation Theory
Sameh Elnaggar, Gregory Milford, University of New South Wales, Australia
WE-A2.1P.916:20
A Frequency-Dependent Equivalence Between Groove Gap Waveguide and Rectangular
Waveguide
Antonio Berenguer, Universitat Politècnica de València, Spain; Vincent Fusco, Queen’s University Belfast,
United Kingdom; Mariano Baquero-Escudero, Vicente E. Boria, Universitat Politècnica de València, Spain
88
Wednesday, June 29
WE-A1.1P
13:20 - 17:00
Grand Caribbean Salon I-II
Wednesday, June 29
WE-A3.1P
13:20 - 16:40
Grand Caribbean Salon VII-VIII
Microstrip Antenna Circuits
Advances in Finite Element-Based Methods
WE-A1.1P.113:20
WE-A3.1P.113:20
Session Chair: Richard Ziolkowski, University of Arizona
Session Co-Chairs: Jianming Jin, University of Illinois; Dan Jiao, Purdue University
A Novel Wideband Circularly Polarized Microstrip Antenna Array for LTE MIMO Terminal
Higher Order Absorbing Boundary Conditions Using Reverse Operation Self-consistent
Evaluation
Chaowei Wang, Songsong Xiao, Yuan Yao, Weidong Wang, Beijing University of Posts and
Telecommunications, China
Cagdas Gunes, Dongwei Li, Jin-Fa Lee, The Ohio State University, United States
WE-A1.1P.213:40
WE-A3.1P.213:40
Compact BMs using Cascaded Section Elements
Double Higher-Order FEM Modeling Using An Anisotropic Conformal Perfectly Matched
Layer
Ousama Abu Safia, Mourad Nedil, Université du Québec en Abitibi-Témiscamingue, Canada; Mustapha
Yagoub, University of Ottawa, Canada
Aaron P. Smull, Ana Manic, Sanja Manic, Branislav Notaros, Colorado State University, United States
WE-A1.1P.314:00
WE-A3.1P.314:00
Horizon Ring Nulling Shorted Annular Patch GNSS Antenna with Shunted Stubs
Symmetric Positive-Definite Representation of Frequency-Domain Finite-Element System
Matrix for Efficient Electromagnetic Analysis
Ian McMichael, Erik Lundberg, Drayton Hanna, Frank Kolak, MITRE Corporation, United States
Woochan Lee, Dan Jiao, Purdue University, United States
WE-A1.1P.414:20
Miniaturized Two Dimensional Circular Polarized Magneto-Dielectric Substrate Antenna
WE-A3.1P.414:20
Mohammadmahdi Farahani, Jamal Zaid, Institute of National Research and Scientific (INRS), Canada;
Mourad Nedil, University of Quebec in Abitibi-Temiscamingue, Canada; Tayeb A. Denidni, Institute of
National Research and Scientific (INRS), Canada
Linear-Complexity Direct Finite-Element Solver Based Shape Design of Electromagnetic
Structures
Bangda Zhou, Dan Jiao, Purdue University, United States
WE-A1.1P.514:40
WE-A3.1P.514:40
Amplitude Tapering Scheme for Through-Element Coupled Antenna Arrays
A Parallel Randomized Finite Element Domain Decomposition Solver for Large-scale EM
Problems
Emre Miran, Sencer Koç, Middle East Technical University, Turkey
Break15:00
Wei Wang, Marinos N. Vouvakis, University of Massachusetts Amherst, United States
WE-A1.1P.615:20
Break15:00
Broad Beamwidth and Circularly Polarized Microstrip Antenna with Parasitic Dipoles
WE-A3.1P.615:20
Mingbo Yao, Qi Zhu, University of Science and Technology of China, China
Direct Domain Decomposition Method (D3M) for Finite Element Electromagnetic
Computations
WE-A1.1P.715:40
A Planar Printed Quasi-Yagi Antenna with a Parabolic Reflector for WLAN
Javad Moshfegh, Marinos N. Vouvakis, University of Massachusetts Amherst, United States
Hua Zong, Hao Liu, Shu Lin, Hongmei Li, Qun Wu, Alexander Denisov, Harbin Institute of Technology,
China
WE-A3.1P.715:40
Solution to the Low-Frequency Breakdown in Full-Wave Finite-Element Based Analysis of
General Lossy Problems
WE-A1.1P.816:00
Novel Eccentric Annular Ring Slot Antenna with Wideband Circular Polarization
Dan Jiao, Li Xue, Purdue University, United States
Junxiao Liu, Sio-Weng Ting, University of Macau, Macao SAR of China
WE-A3.1P.816:00
WE-A1.1P.916:20
An Efficient Algorithm for DGTD-Based Simulation Using Hybrid Meshes
Design and Development of a FRMS Microstrip Patch Antenna for WLAN & ISM Band
Applications
Geng Chen, Lei Zhao, Wenhua Yu, Jiangsu Normal University, China; Jian-Ming Jin, University of Illinois
at Urbana-Champaign, Armenia
Neela Chattoraj, Metra Pavan, Birla Institute of Technology, Mesra, India; Debajit De, National Institute
of Technology, Rourkela, India
WE-A3.1P.916:20
Matrix-Free Time-Domain Method with Unconditional Stability in Unstructured Meshes
WE-A1.1P.1016:40
Jin Yan, Dan Jiao, Purdue University, United States
A Novel Planar Fractal Antenna with CPW-Feed and Partial Ground Plane Removal for
C-Band and S-Band Applications
Edwin Barreto, Federal Rural University of the Semi-Arid (UFERSA), Brazil; Laercio Mendonca, Federal
University of Rio Grande of Norte (UFRN), Brazil
89
Wednesday, June 29
WE-A1.2P
13:20 - 16:40
Culebra
Wednesday, June 29
WE-A5.1P
Phased-Array Feeding Network
13:20 - 15:00
Vieques
RFID-based Localization Techniques
Session Co-Chairs: Do-Hoon Kwon, University of Massachusetts, Amherst; Jean-Jacques
Laurin, École Polytechnique de Montréal
Session Chair: Etienne Perret, Grenoble INP LCIS - IUF
WE-A5.1P.113:20
A Real Time RFID Locationing System Using Phased Array Antennas for Warehouse
Management
WE-A1.2P.113:20
Ferrite LTCC based Phased Array Antennas
Farhan Abdul Ghaffar, Ahmed Nafe, Atif Shamim, King Abdullah University of Science and Technology,
Saudi Arabia
Da-Cheng Wei, Winghung Hung, Ke-Li Wu, The Chinese University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong SAR of China
WE-A5.1P.213:40
WE-A1.2P.213:40
A multi-antenna phase-based localization technique for moving tags
Linear-Polarized Three-Beam Four-Element Antenna Array with Reduced Sidelobe Level
Alice Buffi, Paolo Nepa, University of Pisa, Italy
Krzysztof Wincza, Izabela Slomian, Slawomir Gruszczynski, Artur Rydosz, AGH University of Science and
Technology, Poland
WE-A5.1P.314:00
SARFID: a phase-based localization technique for UHF RFID tags moving along arbitrary
trajectories
WE-A1.2P.314:00
X-Band Waveguide Phase Shifter Using Rotating Dielectric Slab
Alice Buffi, Paolo Nepa, University of Pisa, Italy
Amirhossein Ghasemi, Jean-Jacques Laurin, École Polytechnique de Montréal, Canada
WE-A5.1P.414:20
WE-A1.2P.414:20
Dual-Band Filter using Composite Transmission Lines for RFID and Energy Harvesting
Applications
Improved 60GHz Loaded-Line Phase Shifter Using Tunable Inductor
Shila Shamsadini, Souren Shamsinejad, Pedram Mousavi, Kambiz Moez, University of Alberta, Canada
Austin Gagnon, Abdullah Eroglu, Purdue University-Fort Wayne, United States
WE-A1.2P.514:40
WE-A5.1P.514:40
K-to-Ka Band Low-profile Phased Array with Integrated MEMS Phase Shifters
A 2D localization technique for UHF-RFID smart bookshelves
Anas J. Abumunshar, Niru K. Nahar, The Ohio State University, United States; Daniel J. Hyman, XCOM
Wireless Inc., United States; Kubilay Sertel, The Ohio State University, United States
Alice Buffi, Paolo Nepa, University of Pisa, Italy
Break15:00
Wednesday, June 29
WE-A5.2P
WE-A1.2P.615:20
15:20 - 17:00
Vieques
8–12-GHz Beam-Shaping/Steering Phased Antenna Array System Using SIW Fed
Nonplanar Director Yagi-Uda antenna
Wireless RFID Sensors
WE-A1.2P.715:40
WE-A5.2P.115:20
Javad Pourahmadazar, Canada National Institute of Scientific Research (INRS), Canada; Reza Karimian
Bahnemiri, Tayeb A. Denidni, Institute of National Research and Scientific (INRS), Canada
Session Co-Chairs: Etienne Perret, Grenoble INP LCIS - IUF; Gaetano Marrocco, University of
Rome - Tor Vergata
A 60 GHz 2x2 Planar Phased Array with SIW Modified Butler Matrix Feed
The Possibilities of Graphene-Based Passive RFID Tags in High humidity Conditions
Benjamin Horwath, Ramesh Abhari, Santa Clara University, United States
Mitra Akbari, Johanna Virkki, Lauri Sydänheimo, Leena Ukkonen, Tampere University of Technology,
Finland
WE-A1.2P.816:00
A Multifuctional Phased Array Antenna with Frequency Agility and Polarization
Reconfigurablity
WE-A5.2P.215:40
Gas Sensor Based on RFID Tag Antenna for Harsh Environment
Behrouz Babakhani, Satish Sharma, San Diego State University, United States
Iyadh Gammoudi, Mourad Nedil, Brahim Aissa, Université du Québec en Abitibi-Témiscamingue, Canada;
Azzedine Djaiz, Yanbu Industrial College,Yanbu Al-Sinaiyah, KSA, Saudi Arabia
WE-A1.2P.916:20
Hardware Implementation of a Direction Dependent Antenna Modulation System
WE-A5.2P.316:00
Electromagnetic Characterisation of Self-Tuning UHF RFID Tags for Sensing Application
Saad Mufti, Alan Tennant, University of Sheffield, United Kingdom; Josep Parrón, Universitat Autònoma
de Barcelona, Spain
Maria Cristina Caccami, Gaetano Marrocco, University of Rome Tor Vergata, Italy
WE-A5.2P.416:20
Enhanced Chipless RFID Tags for Sensors Design
Simone Genovesi, Filippo Costa, Michele Borgese, Francesco Alessio Dicandia, Giuliano Manara, Università
di Pisa, Italy; Smail Tedjini, Etienne Perret, University Grenoble-Alpes, France
WE-A5.2P.516:40
Smart Sensing and Data Logging using RFID
Navtej Saini, Robert Burkholder, John Volakis, The Ohio State University, United States
90
B
Wednesday, June 29
WE-UB.1P
13:20 - 17:00
Icaco
D
Scattering and Diffraction
Wednesday, June 29
WE-UD.1P
13:20 - 16:40
Palominito
Nonlinear, Nonuniform and Artificial Circuits and Materials
Session Co-Chairs: Deb Chatterjee, University of Missouri at Kansas City; Piergiorgio
Uslenghi, University of Chicago
Session Chair: Dimitrios Sounas, University of Texas at Austin
WE-UD.1P.113:20
On-chip CMOS compatible all-dielectric zero-index metamaterial
WE-UB.1P.113:20
French Comparison of Radar Cross-Section Measurements: Motivations, Tasks, and Results
Yang Li, Daryl Vulis, Orad Reshef, Mei Yin, Philip Muñoz, Shota Kita, Marko Loncar, Eric Mazur, Harvard
University, United States
Juan Carlos Castelli, ONERA - The French Aerospace Lab, France; Fabrice Comblet, ENSTA Bretagne,
France; Franck Daout, IUT/UFR SITEC Ville d’Avray, France; Christelle Eyraud, Institut Fresnel, France;
Sylvie Fargeot, Airbus Defence & Space, France; Régis Guillerey, DGA Maîtrise de l’information, France;
Jean-Michel Geffrin, Institut Fresnel, France; Samuel Leman, Nexio, France; Pierre Massaloux, Geneviève
Mazé-Merceur, CEA/CESTA, France; Gérard-Pascal Piau, AIRBUS Group Innovations, France
WE-UD.1P.213:40
Non-Magnetic, Non-Linear Radio-Frequency Isolator with Large Isolation and Small
Insertion Loss
Jason Soric, Dimitrios Sounas, Andrea Alù, The University of Texas at Austin, United States
WE-UB.1P.213:40
SAR images simulation of forests scattering taking into account topography
WE-UD.1P.314:00
Using Non-uniform Transmission Lined Matching Sections in Broadband RF Amplifier
Designs
Jean-Pascal Monvoisin, Pierre Borderies, Pascale Dubois-Fernandez, ONERA, France; Dominique Dubucq,
Cedric Taillandier, Total, France
Yao-Wen Hsu, Han-Sian Huang, National Kaohsiung First University of Science and Technology, Taiwan;
Edward Kuester, University of Colorado Boulder, United States; Hao-Hui Chen, Jui-Hung Hsieh, National
Kaohsiung First University of Science and Technology, Taiwan
WE-UB.1P.314:00
Modeling of a covered RAM Indoor Facility dedicated for RCS V/UHF measurements
Geneviève Mazé-Merceur, Martine Mognot, Agnes Pujols, Muriel Sesques, Jean de Kat, Commissariat à
l’Energie Atomique, France
WE-UD.1P.414:20
Photoconductivity of Interconnected Nanowires and Their Electromagnetic-Circuit CoSimulation
WE-UB.1P.414:20
Measuring the Extinction Cross Section and more with a Bistatic Setup
Bablu Mukherjee, George Washington University, United States; Binni Varghese, Minrui Zheng, Eng Soon
Tok, Chorng Haur Sow, National University of Singapore, Singapore; Ergun Simsek, George Washington
University, United States
Jean-Michel Geffrin, Christelle Eyraud, Amélie Litman, Institut Fresnel, France
WE-UB.1P.514:40
Bistatic RCS Measurements of Low Scattering Targets: Hard and Soft Time Gating
Hassan Saleh, Centre Commun de Ressources en Microondes, France; Jean-Michel Geffrin, Hervé Tortel,
Institut Fresnel, France
WE-UD.1P.514:40
Break15:00
Jun Niu, Yi Ren, Duke University, United States; Ma Luo, Wave Computation Technologies Inc., United
States; Qing Huo Liu, Duke University, United States
Self-consistent analyses of third harmonic generation enhancement with compact
plasmonics
WE-UB.1P.615:20
Exact Electromagnetic Field at the Center of a Point Symmetric and Axially Symmetric
Penetrable Structure
Break15:00
WE-UD.1P.615:20
Piergiorgio L. E. Uslenghi, University of Illinois at Chicago, United States
Localized Acoustic Spoof Surface Plasmons
Mohamed Farhat, King Abdullah University of Science and Technology, Saudi Arabia; Pai-Yen Chen,
Wayne State University, United States; Hakan Bagci, King Abdullah University of Science and Technology,
Saudi Arabia
WE-UB.1P.715:40
Numerical Investigation of High-Frequency Surface Fields Excited by a Magnetic Line
Source on Electrically Large Cylinders
Samuel Ringwood, Whitney Larsen, Honeywell Federal Manafacturing & Technologies, United States; Deb
Chatterjee, University of Missouri–Kansas City, United States
WE-UD.1P.715:40
WE-UB.1P.816:00
Three-D Printable Material Development and Characterization for Electromagnetic
Applications
Kamalesh Sainath, The Ohio State University ElectroScience Laboratory, United States; Fernando L.
Teixeira, The Ohio State University, United States
WE-UD.1P.816:00
Junqiang Wu, Xiaoju Yu, Min Liang, University of Arizona, United States; Corey Shemelya, David Roberson,
Eric MacDonald, Ryan Wicker, The University of Texas at El Paso, United States; Hao Xin, University of
Arizona, United States
Properties and Limitations of General Doubly-Curved, Geometrically Convex-Conformal
Perfectly Matched Layer Electromagnetic Wave Absorbers
Rigorous analysis of negative refraction in a layered plasmonic metamaterial
WE-UB.1P.916:20
Iman Aghanejad, Kenneth Chau, Loïc Markley, The University of British Columbia, Canada
Efficient Analysis of Scattering by Strip Gratings
Nikolaos Tsitsas, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece; Chiara Pelletti, Raj Mittra, University of
Central Florida, United States
WE-UD.1P.916:20
WE-UB.1P.1016:40
Yassine Ait-El-Aoud, Adil-Gerai Kussow, Alkim Akyurtlu, University of Massachusetts Lowell, United States
Demonstration of the Classical EIT-like in Noble Metals
Time-Domain Scattering by a Uniformly Moving Dispersive Sphere
Timothy Garner, Akhlesh Lakhtakia, James Breakall, Craig Bohren, The Pennsylvania State University,
United States
91
Wednesday, June 29
WE-A5.3P
13:20 - 17:00
Palmas
Wednesday, June 29
WE-A5.4P
Biomedical Applications of Antennas
13:20 - 16:40
Ceiba
High Frequency Antennas and Devices
Session Co-Chairs: Pai-Yen Chen, Wayne State University; Meisong Tong
Session Co-Chairs: Goutam Chattopadhyay, NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory; Jiro Hirokawa,
Tokyo Institute of Technology
WE-A5.3P.113:20
Experimental evaluation of UWB applicator prototype for head and neck hyperthermia
WE-A5.4P.113:20
Development of W-band horn antennas using 3D printing technologies
Pegah Takook, Masoud Shafiemehr, Mikael Persson, Hana Dobsicek Trefna, Chalmers University of
Technology, Sweden
Emmanuel Decrossas, Theodore J. Reck, Choonsup Lee, NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory, California
Institute of Technology, United States; Cécile D. Jung-Kubiak, Jet Propulsion Laboratory, California
Institute of Technology, United States; Imran Medhi, Goutam Chattopadhyay, NASA Jet Propulsion
Laboratory, California Institute of Technology, United States
WE-A5.3P.213:40
A minimally invasive, coax-fed microwave ablation antenna with a tapered-slot balun
Hung Luyen, Susan C. Hagness, Nader Behdad, University of Wisconsin-Madison, United States
WE-A5.4P.213:40
WE-A5.3P.314:00
Amplitude-Only Direction Finding Using Squinted Stabilized-Pattern Horn Antennas in
W-Band
Non–Contact Estimation at 60 GHz for Human Vital Signs Monitoring Using a Robust
Optimization Algorithm
Muhannad Al-Tarifi, Dejan Filipovic, University of Colorado Boulder, United States
Ting Zhang, Université Pierre et Marie Curie, Université de Technologie de Compiègne, Sorbonne
Universités, France; Guido Valerio, Julien Sarrazin, Université Pierre et Marie Curie, Sorbonne Universités,
France; Dan Istrate, Université de Technologie de Compiègne, Sorbonne Universités, France
WE-A5.4P.314:00
High-Performance Continuous-Wave Terahertz Emitters based on Plasmonic Photomixing
Antennas
WE-A5.3P.414:20
Shang-Hua Yang, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, United States; Mona Jarrahi, University of California,
Los Angeles, United States
Transparent and Self-Activated Harmonic Sensor Using Integrated Graphene Antennas
and Circuits
WE-A5.4P.414:20
Maryamsadat Sakhdari, Pai-Yen Chen, Wayne State University, United States
Telecommunication Compatible Terahertz Emitters based on Plasmonic Nano-Antenna
Arrays
WE-A5.3P.514:40
Wearable RF Plethysmography Sensor using a Slot Antenna
Nezih Yardimci, Mona Jarrahi, University of California, Los Angeles, United States
Prapti Ganguly, David Senior, Patanjali Parimi, State University of New York at Oswego, United States;
Amlan Chakrabarti, University of Calcutta, India
WE-A5.4P.514:40
High-performance Heterodyne Terahertz Receivers based on Plasmonic Photomixing
Antennas
Break15:00
WE-A5.3P.615:20
Ning Wang, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor; University of California, Los Angeles, United States; Mona
Jarrahi, University of California, Los Angeles; University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, United States
Investigation of Vital Signs Monitoring Errors Due to Subject’s Orientation, Clothing and
Distance from a SFCW Radar
Lingyun Ren, University of Tennessee, United States; Tuan Phan, The Catholic University of America,
United States; Sabikun Nahar, University of Tennessee at Knoxville, United States; Nghia Tran, Ozlem
Kilic, The Catholic University of America, United States; Aly E. Fathy, University of Tennessee at Knoxville,
United States
Break15:00
WE-A5.3P.715:40
David González-Ovejero, California Institute of Technology, United States; Theodore J. Reck, Cécile D.
Jung-Kubiak, NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory, California Institute of Technology, United States; Maria
Alonso Del Pino, Goutam Chattopadhyay, California Institute of Technology, United States
WE-A5.4P.615:20
A Class of Silicon Micromachined Metasurface for the Design of High-Gain Terahertz
Antennas
Meander Implantable Antenna for Biomedical Wireless Communication
Thanatcha Satitchantrakul, Sirinrath Sirivisoot, Rardchawadee Silapunt, King Mongkut’s University of
Technology Thonburi, Thailand
WE-A5.4P.715:40
MIMO Antennas for Capsule Endoscope Systems
Dual-Band Integrated Detector for THz and IR based on Quasi-Spiral Antenna coupled to
Schottky Diode
WE-A5.3P.916:20
WE-A5.4P.816:00
Shengchang Lan, Lei Duan, Zonglong He, Caitian Yang, Harbin Institute of Technology, China; Alexander
Denisov, State Iceberg research center, Ukraine; Sergey Ivashov, Lesya Anishchenko, Bauman Moscow
State Technical University, Russia
Alvaro Gonzalez, National Astronomical Observatory of Japan, Japan; Valeria Tapia, Nicolas Reyes, Fausto
Patricio Mena, Universidad de Chile, Chile; Renzo Nesti, Fabrizio Villa, Francesco Cuttaia, Adriano de Rosa,
Anna Maria di Giorgio, Alfredo Morbidini, Istituto Nazionale di Astrofisica, Italy; Pavel Yagoubov, European
Southern Observatory, Germany
WE-A5.3P.816:00
Alicia E. Torres-Garcia, Bakhtiyar Orazbayev, Ramon Gonzalo, Iñigo Ederra, Public University of Navarra,
Spain
Parisa Lotfi Poshtgol, Li Jichao, Saber Soltani, Ross David Murch, Hong Kong University of Science and
Technology, Hong Kong SAR of China
ALMA Band 2+3 (67-116 GHz) optics Design and first measurements
A 77GHz bioradar antenna module design using microstrip arrays
WE-A5.3P.1016:40
WE-A5.4P.916:20
Real ECG signal acquisition with shimmer platform and using of compressed sensing
techniques in the offline signal reconstruction
Corporate-Feed Slotted Wavguide Array Antenna at 350 GHz Band by Silicon Process
Karim Tekkouk, Jiro Hirokawa, Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan; Kazuki Oogimoto, Tadao Nagatsuma,
Osaka University, Japan; Hiroyuki Seto, Yoshiyuki Inoue, Kyoto University, Japan; Mikiko Saito, Waseda
University, Japan
Oussama Kerdjidj, Khalida Ghanem, CDTA, Algeria; Abbes Amira, University of the West of Scotland,
United Kingdom; Farid Harizi, CDTA, Algeria; Fatima Chouireb, University of Amar Telidji-Laghouat, Algeria
92
Wednesday, June 29
WE-A1.3P
13:20 - 17:00
Siete Mares
Wednesday, June 29
WE-A1.4P
13:20 - 17:00
Las Croabas
Reflectarrays
SIW structures
WE-A1.3P.113:20
WE-A1.4P.113:20
Session Co-Chairs: Jose A. Encinar, Technical University of Madrid; Yang Hao, Queen Mary
University of London
Session Co-Chairs: Oscar Quevedo-Teruel, KTH Royal Institute of Technology; Mohammod
Ali, University of South Carolina
Reflectarray in K and Ka Bands with Independent Beams in Each Polarization
A Third-Order High-Q SIW Filter/Antenna with Two Cavities and One Integrated Slot
Antenna
Eduardo Martinez-de-Rioja, Jose A. Encinar, Technical University of Madrid (UPM), Spain; Rafael Florencio,
Rafael R. Boix, University of Seville, Spain
Ricardo Lovato, Xun Gong, University of Central Florida, United States
WE-A1.3P.213:40
WE-A1.4P.213:40
An Equivalent Circuit Model for Reconfigurable Reflectarrays based on Floquet Modal
Expansion
SIW-Like Structure Based Sequential Rotation Antenna Array
Qi Wu, Haiming Wang, Chen Yu, Wei Hong, Southeast University, China
Bozhou Du, Sean Hum, University of Toronto, Canada
WE-A1.4P.314:00
Design of SIW Variable Phase Shifter for Beam Steering Antenna Application
WE-A1.3P.314:00
Design of an Amplifying Reflectarray Antenna with Improved Isolation Performance
Preeti Yadav, Soumava Mukherjee, Animesh Biswas, Indian Institute of Technology Kanpur, India
Xue Yang, Shenheng Xu, Fan Yang, Maokun Li, Tsinghua University, China; Houfei Fang, Yangqing Hou,
Shanghai YS Information Technology Co., Ltd., China
WE-A1.4P.414:20
Low-Profile Dual-band Corrugated SIW Antenna
Mohammad Mahdi Honari, Rashid Mirzavand, Pedram Mousavi, University of Alberta, Canada
WE-A1.3P.414:20
True-Time-Delay UWB Reflectarray with Linear to Circular Polarization Transformation
WE-A1.4P.514:40
Seyed Mohamad Amin Momeni Hasan Abadi, Nader Behdad, University of Wisconsin-Madison, United
States
High Gain Low Profile Slotted SIW Cavity Antenna for 5G Applications
Muftah Asaadi, Abdelrazik Sebak, Concordia University, Canada
WE-A1.3P.514:40
Break15:00
Polarizer Reflectarray Using Resonant Behavior of Orthogonal Elements for Wideband
Use
WE-A1.4P.615:20
Daichi Higashi, Shusuke Sasaki, Hiroyuki Deguchi, Mikio Tsuji, Doshisha University, Japan
SIW Design Considerations for mmWave Applications
Duixian Liu, Christian Baks, Xiaoxiong Gu, IBM, United States
Break15:00
WE-A1.4P.715:40
WE-A1.3P.615:20
Stepped Bend Substrate Integrated Waveguide to Rectangular Waveguide Transitions
Design of Planar Reflectarray for Orbital Angular Momentum Vortex Wave in Radio
Frequency Domain
Uros Jankovic, Djuradj Budimir, University of Westminster, United Kingdom
Shixing Yu, Long Li, Xidian University, China
WE-A1.4P.816:00
SIW-Integrated Patch Antenna Backed Air-Filled Cavity for 5G MMW Appilcations
WE-A1.3P.715:40
Wael M. Abdel-Wahab, Hussam Al-Saedi, University of Waterloo, Canada; Ying Wang, University of
Ontario Institute of Technology, Canada; Safieddin Safavi-Naeini, University of Waterloo, Canada
Optimized Artificial Neural Network for reflectarray cell modelling
Vincent Richard, Renaud Loison, Raphaël Gillard, IETR-INSA, France; Hervé Legay, Thales Alenia Space,
France; Maxime Romier, CNES, France
WE-A1.4P.916:20
Multiple Spot Beam Reflectarrays for High Throughput Satellite Applications
Design of V-Band SIW Fed Cavity Backed Aperture Coupled Microstrip Patch Array Element
for Applications in Body Area Networks
WE-A1.3P.916:20
WE-A1.4P.1016:40
WE-A1.3P.816:00
Carlos Mulero Hernández, Rafael Rodríguez Solís, University of Puerto Rico, Puerto Rico
Min Zhou, Stig Busk Sørensen, Hans-Henrik Viskum, TICRA, Denmark
A Miniaturized 45° Linearly Polarized Planar Substrate Integrated Waveguide CavityBacked Antenna Using L-Shaped Slot
Discrete Dielectric Reflectarray for Generating Mixed-mode OAM Radio Beams
Xudong Bai, Xianling Liang, Yu Yao, Jianping Li, Junping Geng, Ronghong Jin, Shanghai Jiao Tong
University, China
Yuhao Lu, Chang Chen, Zhou Lingyun, University of Science and Technology of China, China
WE-A1.3P.1016:40
Design of a Ku/Ka Quad-Band Reflectarray Antenna for Satellite Communications
Ruyuan Deng, Shenheng Xu, Fan Yang, Tsinghua University, China
93
Wednesday, June 29
WE-A1.5P
13:20 - 15:00
Grand Caribbean Salon VI
Systems and Applications of Reconfigurable Antenna
Wednesday, June 29
WE-A4.1P
13:20 - 17:00
Grand Caribbean Salon III
Wave Propagation in Terrestrial, Oceanic and Atmospheric
Environments
Session Co-Chairs: Fabien Ferrero, University of Nice; Tayeb Denidni, National Institute of
the Scientific Research (INRS), University of Quebec
Session Chair: Andreas Danklmayer, Fraunhofer FHR
WE-A1.5P.113:20
WE-A4.1P.113:20
Differential Pattern-Reconfigurable Antenna Prototype for Efficient Wireless Sensor
Networks
Preliminary Results from the AFRL-NASA W/V-Band Terrestrial Link Experiment in
Albuquerque, NM
Leonardo Lizzi, Fabien Ferrero, Jean-Marc Ribero, Robert Staraj, Trong Nhan Le, Alain Pegatoquet,
University Nice Sophia Antipolis, CNRS, France; Le Huy Trinh, National University Ho Chi Minh City, Viet
Nam
Michael Zemba, James Nessel, Jacquelynne Houts, NASA, United States; Nicholas Tarasenko, Steven Lane,
David Murrell, Air Force Research Laboratory, United States
WE-A4.1P.213:40
WE-A1.5P.213:40
Propagation parameters for medium frequency signals in a transmission line at different
positions within a mine entry
Software-defined Reconfigurable Antenna for Energy Efficient Wireless Links
Simone Ciccia, Giuseppe Vecchi, Politecnico di Torino, Italy; Giorgio Giordanengo, Flavio Renga, Istituto
Superiore Mario Boella, Italy
Jingcheng Li, Nicholas Damiano, Miguel Reyes, The National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health,
United States
WE-A1.5P.314:00
WE-A4.1P.314:00
A Four-Port Circular Patch Antenna For Polarization Modulation
Modeling and Measurement of Wireless Channels for Underground Mines
Pengfei Ji, Xuan Hui Wu, Qun Zhang, Minnesota State University, Mankato, United States
Chenming Zhou, Ronald Jacksha, National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health, United States
WE-A1.5P.414:20
WE-A4.1P.414:20
A Dual-band Reconfigurable Radiation Pattern Antenna Based on Active Frequency
Selective Surfaces
Investigation of Cloud Attenuation on Ka-Band Satellite Beacon Signal in Tropical Region
Feng Yuan, Yee Hui Lee, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore; Yu Song Meng, Institute for
Infocomm Research (I²R), Singapore
Jinxin Li, Institut national de la recherche scientifique, Canada; Tayeb A. Denidni, Institute of National
Research and Scientific (INRS), Canada; Qingsheng Zeng, Institut national de la recherche scientifique,
Canada
WE-A4.1P.514:40
Digital Terrestrial Television Measurement and Coverage Models Comparison
WE-A1.5P.514:40
Andres Navarro Cadavid, ICESI, Colombia; Diego Rojas, TES America Andina Ltda, Colombia; Marlon Patiño
Bernal, Universidad Nacional, Colombia
Dual-Port Reconfigurable Planar Antennas for Diversity and Duplexing Applications
Germán Augusto Ramírez Arroyave, Javier Leonardo Araque Quijano, Universidad Nacional de Colombia,
Colombia
Break15:00
WE-A4.1P.615:20
Wednesday, June 29
WE-A1.6P
W/V-band Terrestrial Link Experiment, an Overview
15:20 - 17:00
Grand Caribbean Salon VI
Nicholas Tarasenko, Steven Lane, David Murrell, Air Force Research Laboratory, United States; Christos
Christodoulou, University of New Mexico, United States; James Nessel, Michael Zemba, Jacquelynne
Houts, NASA Glenn Research Center, United States
Pattern Reconfigurable Antennas with Parasitic Elements
Session Co-Chairs: Sembiam Rengarajan, California State University; Simon Adrian,
Technische Universität München
WE-A4.1P.715:40
Receiver System Design for Crowdsourced Experiments on the Effects of a Solar Eclipse on
Low-Frequency Radio Wave Propagation
WE-A1.6P.115:20
Abdurazag Khalat, Md Asaduzzaman Towfiq, Bedri A. Cetiner, Utah State University, United States; Ozlem
Ceylan, Necmi Biyikli, Bilkent University, Turkey
James Fallacara, Diego Lopez, Jordan Pappas, Emanuel Tavares, Brandon Wong, Kiersten Kerby-Patel, Filip
Cuckov, University of Massachusetts Boston, United States; Jill Nelson, George Mason University, United
States; William Liles, Amateur Radio Research and Development Corporation, United States
WE-A1.6P.215:40
WE-A4.1P.816:00
A 60 GHz Beam-Steering Reconfigurable Antenna
Hybridizing Ray Tracing and Method of Moments for Over-the-sea Prediction of LTE Signal
Disc-Ys Antenna
Marco Sfrecola, Italian Navy, Italy; Alessandro Corucci, CNIT, Italy; Agostino Monorchio, Università di
Pisa, Italy
Hisamatsu Nakano, Yuhei Kameta, Junji Yamauchi, Hosei University, Japan
WE-A1.6P.316:00
WE-A4.1P.916:20
Scanning Mircostrip Arrays Using Controlled Mutual Reactance with Parasitic Elements
Multifrequency RF-Measurements and Characterisation of Propagation Conditions in the
Maritime Boundary Layer
Keerti Kona, HRL Laboratories, LLC, United States; Sembiam Rengarajan, California State University,
United States
Andreas Danklmayer, Fraunhofer FHR, Germany; Jörg Förster, Technical Center for Ships and Naval
Weapons (WTD 71), Germany; Paul Colditz, Gregor Biegel, Thorsten Brehm, Fraunhofer FHR, Germany
WE-A1.6P.416:20
A Pattern Diversity Antenna Using Directive Array
WE-A4.1P.1016:40
Kranti Kumar Katare, Animesh Biswas, Indian Institute of Technology Kanpur, India; Karu P. Esselle,
Macquarie University, Australia
An Approximate Exponentiated Weibull Joint Envelope-Phase Distribution
Jose Vinicius de Miranda Cardoso, Wamberto Jose Lira de Queiroz, Marcelo Sampaio de Alencar,
Universidade Federal de Campina Grande, Brazil
WE-A1.6P.516:40
Beam Switching Antenna Loaded with Dielectric Phase Correcting Structures for Gain
Enhancement
Kranti Kumar Katare, Animesh Biswas, Indian Institute of Technology Kanpur, India; Karu P. Esselle,
Macquarie University, Australia
94
95
Interactive Forum
Wednesday, June 29, 14:40 - 16:40
Grand Caribbean Ballroom
Session Co-Chairs: B Shanker, Michigan State University; Francesco Andriulli, Institut Mines-Télécom / Télécom Bretagne
PB.11
PB.12
PB.1
PB.2
PB.3
PB.4
PB.5
PB.6
PB.7
PB.8
PB.9
PB.10
Poster Area B
PA.1
PA.2
PA.3
PA.4
PA.5
PA.6
PA.7
PA.8
PA.9
PA.10
Poster Area A
25
24
26
33
35
32
34
36
PF.14
PF.13
PF.12
PF.11
PF.10
PF.9
PF.8
PF.7
PF.6
PF.5
PF.11
PF.12
PF.13
PF.14
PF.4
PF.3
PF.2
PF.1
41
42
61
62
Poster Area G
Break area
31
PF.1
PF.2
PF.3
PF.4
PF.5
PF.6
PF.7
PF.8
PF.9
PF.10
Break area
23
PD.1
PD.2
PD.3
PD.4
PD.5
PD.6
PD.7
PD.8
PD.9
PD.10
16
PG.10
PG.9
PG.8
PG.7
PG.6
PG.5
PG.4
PG.3
PG.2
PG.1
14
PH.1
PH.2
PH.3
PH.4
PH.5
PH.6
PH.7
PH.8
PH.9
PH.10
12
Poster Area D
Poster Area E
15
Poster Area F
13
Break area
11
PC.10
PC.9
PC.8
PC.7
PC.6
PC.5
PC.4
PC.3
PC.2
PC.1
Poster Area C
Poster Area J
Poster Area I
96
PI.11
PI.12
PI.1
PI.2
PI.3
PI.4
PI.5
PI.6
PI.7
PI.8
PI.9
PI.10
PJ.1
PJ.2
PJ.3
PJ.4
PJ.5
PJ.6
PJ.7
PJ.8
PJ.9
PJ.10
Poster Area H
Wednesday, June 29
WEP-A3.3P
14:40 - 16:40
Poster Area A
Parallel and Special-processor Based Numerical Methods
WEP-A3.3P.1
Scalability Analysis of Parallel Wideband ACE-FMM
14:40 - 16:40
Poster Area A
Novel Sensors and Sensing Methods
Board PA.1
WEP-A4.4P.1
Board PA.6
AECVT Sensors with Reconfigurable Capabilities for Industrial Imaging Applications
Stephen Hughey, Shanker Balasubramaniam, Hasan Aktulga, Michigan State University, United States
WEP-A3.3P.2
Wednesday, June 29
WEP-A4.4P
Zeeshan Zeeshan, Burak Gurlek, Fernando L. Teixeira, The Ohio State University, United States; Qussai
Marashdeh, Tech4Imaging, United States
Board PA.2
Far-Field Light Scattering from Sub-Wavelength Wafer Patterns Using a Parallel FETI-DP
Algorithm
WEP-A4.4P.2
WEP-A3.3P.3
WEP-A4.4P.3
Incident Pressure Measurement in Air Blast Using Wireless Sensors
Board PA.7
Jérémie Fourmann, Hervé Aubert, Patrick Pons, LAAS CNRS, France; Jerome Luc, Alexandre Lefrancois,
Maylis Lavayssière, Antoine Osmont, CEA, France
Kedi Zhang, Jinlong Zhu, Lynford L. Goddard, Jian-Ming Jin, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign,
United States
Board PA.3
Board PA.8
A Wireless Monitoring System for Phytosanitary Treatment in Smart Farming Applications
A high performance MPI implementation of numerical modeling of electromagnetic
scattering from forest environment
Federico Viani, Fabrizio Robol, Michael Bertolli, Alessandro Polo, Andrea Massa, University of Trento, Italy;
Hanen Ahmadi, ELEDIA Offshore Lab @ Innov’Com, Tunisia; Ridha Bouallegue, University of Carthage,
Tunisia
Mandiaye Fall, Hélène Roussel, Cyril Dahon, Massimiliano Casaletti, Sorbonnes Universités, UPMC,
France; Ines Fenni, California Institute of Technology, United States; Raj Mittra, University of Central
Florida, United States
WEP-A4.4P.4
Board PA.9
Application of the CUDA® Toolkit Multi-GPU Libraries to an Out-of-Core MoM Solver
Through-the-wall indoor tracking and navigation using deep-sub-wavelength
magnetoquasistatics
WEP-A3.3P.5
WEP-A4.4P.5
WEP-A3.3P.4
Board PA.4
Darmindra Arumugam, NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory, California Institute of Technology, United States
Alexander Saxerud, Jack Ferrell, Eric Dunn, Leidos, Inc., United States
Board PA.5
Board PA.10
Multi-targets localization method with nonlinear inversion of the magnetic moment
Parallel Hierarchical E-H Time-Domain Finite-Element Method for Maxwell’s Equations
Zheng Peng, Ronghong Jin, Yu Yao, Yang Qian, Luyang Duan, Xianling Liang, Junping Geng, Shanghai
Jiao Tong University, China
Zhenbao Ye, Haijing Zhou, Jie Cheng, Weijie Wang, Institute of Applied Physics and Computational
Mathematics, China
97
Wednesday, June 29
WEP-A3.1P
14:40 - 16:40
Poster Area B
Finite Difference Methods
WEP-A3.1P.1
FDTD Discretization of Maxwell’s Equations on a Face-Centered-Cubic Grid
WEP-A4.3P.1
Chenchen Li, Hao Ling, The University of Texas at Austin, United States
Board PB.2
WEP-A4.3P.2
Robert Schmid, Jason Hodkin, Thomas Comberiate, Matthew Sharp, Jeffrey Nanzer, Johns Hopkins
University Applied Physics Laboratory, United States
Board PB.3
WEP-A4.3P.3
FDTD Modeling Challenges of Cylindrical Structures
Guilherme S. Rosa, José R. Bergmann, Pontifical Catholic University of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil; Fernando L.
Teixeira, The Ohio State University, United States
Board PB.4
WEP-A4.3P.4
Darmindra Arumugam, Marco Quadrelli, NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory, California Institute of
Technology, United States
Board PB.5
Huygens Subgridding Combined with the 2D Fully Collocated Implicit FDTD Method
WEP-A4.3P.5
Arne Van Londersele, Daniel De Zutter, Dries Vande Ginste, Ghent University, Belgium
WEP-A3.1P.6
Complex-Envelope LOD-FDTD Method for Ionospheric Propagation
HIE-Subgridding for TM Scattering Problems
Darmindra Arumugam, NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory, California Institute of Technology, United States
Board PB.6
WEP-A4.3P.6
Board PC.6
Snow Precipitation Measurement and Analysis During MASCRAD Winter Observations
Branislav Notaros, V. N. Bringi, Cameron Kleinkort, Gwo-Jong Huang, Merhala Thurai, Patrick Kennedy,
Sanja Manic, Colorado State University, United States; Andrew Newman, National Center for Atmospheric
Research, United States
Board PB.7
Arne Van Londersele, Daniel De Zutter, Dries Vande Ginste, Ghent University, Belgium
WEP-A3.1P.8
Board PC.5
Localization in planetary sub-surfaces using deep-sub-wavelength magnetoquasistatics
Ding Yu Heh, Eng Leong Tan, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore
WEP-A3.1P.7
Board PC.4
Re-directed reflection-based synthetic aperture radar imaging using controllable granular
media in space
Mohammed Hadi, Colorado School of Mines, United States; Samir Mahmoud, Kuwait University, Kuwait;
Atef Elsherbeni, Colorado School of Mines, United States; Melinda Piket-May, University of Colorado
Boulder, United States
WEP-A3.1P.5
Board PC.3
Axial Mode-Matching Technique for Analysis of Directional Well-Logging Sensor Tools
Mohamed Bakr, McMaster University, Canada; Atef Elsherbeni, Colorado School of Mines, United States;
Veysel Demir, Northern Illinois University, United States
WEP-A3.1P.4
Board PC.2
Angle Resolution Using Interferometric Spatial Frequency Modulation
Zhi Yao, Yuanxun Wang, University of California, Los Angeles, United States
An FDTD-Based Adjoint Sensitivity Approach
Board PC.1
High-Resolution, Downward-Looking Radar Imaging Using a Small Consumer Drone
3D ADI-FDTD Modeling of Platform Reduction with Thin Film Ferromagnetic Material
WEP-A3.1P.3
14:40 - 16:40
Poster Area C
Advanced Remote Sensing and Radar Techniques and Applications
Board PB.1
Mahbod Salmasi, Michael E. Potter, University of Calgary, Canada
WEP-A3.1P.2
Wednesday, June 29
WEP-A4.3P
WEP-A4.3P.7
Board PB.8
Board PC.7
A new FDTD subgridding boundary condition for FDTD subcell lossy thin-layer modeling
Log Periodic Folded Slot Array Antenna for an Autonomous Cryobot Synthetic Aperture
Radar for Subsurface Exploration of Europa
WEP-A3.1P.9
WEP-A4.3P.8
Miguel Cabello, Luis Angulo, Amelia Rubio Bretones, Rafael Gomez Martin, Salvador G. Garcia, University
of Granada, Spain; Jesus Alvarez, Airbus DS, Spain
Omkar Pradhan, Albin Gasiewski, Universitiy of Colorado, United States
Board PB.9
A New Unconditionally Stable FDTD Method for Time-Reversed Wave Simulation
Seyedmohammad Mousavi, Roger De Roo, Kamal Sarabandi, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, United
States; Anthony England, University of Michigan, Dearborn, United States; Hamid Nejati, University of
Michigan, Ann Arbor, United States
Shengbing Shi, Wei Shao, Ran Zhang, Xuesong Yang, University of Electronic Science and Technology
of China, China
WEP-A3.1P.10
Board PB.10
WEP-A4.3P.9
A 1-D Propagator for Introduction of Plane Wave to Layered Magnetized Plasma in FDTD
Method
Board PC.9
Beam-Doppler Image Feature Recognition (BDIFR) Method for Radar Clutter Management
and Target Detection
Yang Zhang, Yanming Liu, Xidian University, China
WEP-A3.1P.11
Board PC.8
Remote Sensing using Coherent Multipath Interference of Wideband Planck Radiation
Zhe Geng, Hai Deng, Florida International University, United States
Board PB.11
WEP-A4.3P.10
An Efficient Finite-Difference Frequency-Domain Scheme for Low-Frequency Quasi-TEM
Applications
Board PC.10
Adaptive Interference and Clutter Rejection Processing for Bistatic MIMO Radar
Zhe Geng, Hai Deng, Florida International University, United States
Patrick Donohoe, Mississippi State University, United States
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A
Wednesday, June 29
WEP-UA.3P
14:40 - 16:40
Poster Area D
Measurement of Materials and Devices
WEP-UA.3P.1
WEP-A4.1P.1
Mohamed Said Mezghanni, Nahi Kandil, Nadir Hakem, Université du Québec en Abitibi-Témiscamingue,
Canada
WEP-A4.1P.2
Antonio Valles Castro, Francisco Jose Calviño Dopazo, Luis Francisco Sanchez Alvarez, Santiago Garcia
Fernandez, Javier Eugenio Antoranz Alvaro, Fernando Torrecilla Orte, Armada Española, Spain; Manuel
Garcia Sanchez, Ana Vazquez Alejos, Iñigo Cuiñas, Paula Gómez-Pérez, Universidad de Vigo, Spain
Mikhail Kozlov, MR:comp GmbH, Germany; Gregor Schaefers, Magnetic Resonance Institute for Safety,
Technology and Research GmbH, Germany
WEP-A4.1P.3
Paula Gómez-Pérez, Centro Universitario de la Defensa, Spain; Marcos Crego-García, Iñigo Cuiñas,
Universidade de Vigo, Spain
David Hill, National Institute of Standards and Technology, United States
WEP-A4.1P.4
Board PD.4
Jean-Baptiste Poisson, Vincent Fabbro, Laurent Castanet, Jean-Paul Marcellin, Xavier Boulanger, ONERA,
France; Jörg Förster, Christian Onno Böhler, Michael Gallus, Andreas Ulland, WTD 71, France; Gregor
Biegel, Thorsten Brehm, Andreas Danklmayer, Fraunhofer FHR, Germany; Yvonick Hurtaud, DGA, MI,
France
Christopher Holloway, Matt Simons, Joshua Gordon, NIST, United States
Board PD.5
Free Space Material Characterization with Genetic Algorithms and Multiple Objective Cost
Functions
WEP-A4.1P.5
Raenita Fenner, Loyola University MD, United States; Jonathan Frasch, Edward Rothwell, Michigan State
University, United States
Near-Field HF Antenna Pattern Measurement with Absolute Gain Calibration
Circular Patch-Ring Antennas for V2X Applications
Board PE.5
A novel harmonic decomposition technique based on a windowing scheme for simulating
Rayleigh fading channels
María Isabel Baena Amador, Luis René Vela García, Ramón Parra Michel, CINVESTAV, Mexico; Javier
Vázquez Castillo, University of Quintana Roo, Mexico
Board PD.6
Anirudha Siripuram, Michael Daly, SPAWAR Systems Center Pacific, United States
WEP-UA.3P.7
Board PE.4
Analysis of radar sea clutter data acquired during the MARLENE measurement campaign
Atom-Based Electric-Field Metrology For Millimeter Wave to Sub-THz Frequencies
WEP-UA.3P.6
Board PE.3
Modeling Vegetation Attenuation Patterns: A Comparison between Polynomial
Regressions and Artificial Neural Networks
Board PD.3
Applications of the Maximum Entropy Method to Electromagnetic Compatibility
Measurements
WEP-UA.3P.5
Board PE.2
Experimental Assessment of Propagation Models Over Sea for UHF and X bands
Board PD.2
Influence of Low Permittivity Medium Conductivity on Radio Frequency Induced Power
Deposition
WEP-UA.3P.4
Board PE.1
IEEE 802.15.4 performance evaluation for the underground mine radio-channel
Islam Afifi, Ahmed Hassan, University of Missouri–Kansas City, United States; Fernando Vargas-Lara, Jack
Douglas, Edward Garboczi, NIST, United States
WEP-UA.3P.3
14:40 - 16:40
Poster Area E
Propagation in Various Environments
Board PD.1
Effective Complex Relative Dielectric Properties of Composites with Carbon Nanotubes in
the Tumbleweed Configuration
WEP-UA.3P.2
Wednesday, June 29
WEP-A4.1P
WEP-A4.1P.6
Fading Model for Wireless 5G mmW Transmission
Board PD.7
Board PE.6
Tommy Lam, SUNY Binghamton, United States
Ling Huang, Yilong Lu, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore
WEP-A4.1P.7
Board PE.7
Path Loss Exponent Estimation using Connectivity Information in Wireless Sensor Network
Nour Zaarour, Institut national de la recherche scientifique, Canada; Nahi Kandil, Université du Québec
en Abitibi-Témiscamingue, Canada; Sofiène Affes, Institut national de la recherche scientifique, Canada;
Nadir Hakem, Université du Québec en Abitibi-Témiscamingue, Canada
WEP-A4.1P.8
UWB Lower Atmospheric Propagation (LATPROP) Measurement System
Board PE.8
Luyao Xu, Caglar Yardim, The Ohio State University, United States
WEP-A4.1P.9
Numerical prediction of tropospheric scintillation
Board PE.9
Swagato Mukherjee, Caglar Yardim, The Ohio State University, United States
WEP-A4.1P.10
Board PE.10
Fast Statistical Characterization of Rough Surface Scattering via Tensor Train
Decompositions
Luis Gomez, Weitian Sheng, Abdulkadir Yücel, Eric Michielssen, University of Michigan, United States
WEP-A4.1P.11
A Fast Volume Integral Equation Solver for the Radiative Transfer Equation
Board PE.11
Jeremy Hoskins, Eric Michielssen, John Schotland, University of Michigan, United States
WEP-A4.1P.12
Board PE.12
Genetic Algorithm Optimization to Determine Beam Pointing Direction and Polarization
Using Limited Fresnel Region Measured Data
Sembiam Rengarajan, California State University, United States
99
A
Wednesday, June 29
WEP-UA.2P
14:40 - 16:40
Poster Area F
Antenna Feed Techniques
WEP-UA.2P.1
Angelo Freni, University of Florence, Italy; Nuria Llombart, Okan Yurduseven, Andrea Neto, Delft University
of Technology, Netherlands
Board PF.2
2 by 2 Mu-zero Array mounted on Tapered Monopole for Wireless Power Transmission
and EM Energy Harvesting
Board PF.3
An Electrically Small Quasi-Isotropic Dualband Antenna Using Folded Split Ring Resonator
and Parasitic Resonance
Joon-Hong Kim, Youngjoon Lim, Sangwook Nam, Seoul National University, Republic of Korea
WEP-UA.2P.4
Board PF.4
UHF SATCOM Antenna Ground Plane Height Reduction Using Ni-Zn Magneto-Dielectric
Materials
Frank A. Vassallo, TECOMSYS, United States; Kate J. Duncan, University of Delaware, United States; Orion
Boyltson, Adam Kratch, Daniel T. Bennett, United States Military Academy, United States; Juan C. Correa,
Department of Defense, United States
WEP-UA.2P.5
Board PF.5
A Compact Single Conductor Transmission Line Launcher for Telemetry in Borehole
Drilling Process
Seyed Mohammad Amjadi, Kamal Sarabandi, The University of Michigan, United States
WEP-UA.2P.6
Modeling of Partially Inserted Connector Faults
Design of a Novel 2-D Beam-switching Waveguide Butler Matrix
Board PF.8
A Low Profile Wideband Circularly Polarized Omnidirectional Antenna Using an Array of
Sectorial Loop Antennas
Behzad Yektakhah, Kamal Sarabandi, University of Michigan, United States
WEP-UA.1P.2
Board PF.9
SMART Cable with Frequency Scanning Antenna for Wireless Power Transmission
Applications
Scott Kenny, Victoria Gómez-Guillamón Buendía, Symon Podilchak, George Goussetis, Heriot-Watt
University, United Kingdom; Massimo Del Prete, Diego Masotti, Alessandra Costanzo, University of
Bologna, Italy; Piere Nicole, Thales, Canada
WEP-UA.1P.3
Board PF.10
High Efficiency Triple Band Small Antenna for RF Energy Harvesting using Mu-negative
Transmission Line
Kwi-Seob Um, Chang-Hyun Lee, Jeong-Hae Lee, Hongik University, Republic of Korea
WEP-UA.1P.4
Board PF.11
Major Performance Breakthrough of the Short Backfire Antenna for Space Applications
Erik Lier, Thomas Hand, Bonnie Martin, Lockheed Martin, United States; Zhi Hao Jiang, Zachary Morgan,
Douglas Werner, The Pennsylvania State University, United States
WEP-UA.1P.5
Field Test Measurements of Tactical Satellite Antennas in the VHF/UHF Band
Board PF.12
Steven Weiss, Gregory Mitchell, Army Research Laboratory, United States
WEP-UA.1P.6
Roughness Assessment of Reflector Surface via Near-field Data
Board PF.13
George Cheng, Yong Zhu, Jan Grzesik, Allwave Corporation, United States
Board PF.6
Cagatay Tokgoz, Sameh Dardona, Nicholas C. Soldner, United Technologies Research Center, United States
WEP-UA.2P.7
14:40 - 16:40
Poster Area F
WEP-UA.1P.1
Chang-Hyun Lee, Jeong-Hae Lee, Hongik University, Republic of Korea
WEP-UA.2P.3
Wednesday, June 29
WEP-UA.1P
Analysis and Design of Novel Antennas
Board PF.1
On the Use of Thevenin Circuits in Distributed Transmission lines and the Extension of the
Methodology to the Problem of Antennas in Reception
WEP-UA.2P.2
A
WEP-UA.1P.7
Modal Analysis of Perturbations in U-slot Micro-strip Patch
Board PF.7
Dong-Hun Kim, Jiro Hirokawa, Miao Zhang, Makoto Ando, Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan
100
Mahrukh Khan, Deb Chatterjee, University of Missouri–Kansas City, United States
Board PF.14
Wednesday, June 29
WEP-A3.2P
14:40 - 16:40
Poster Area G
Techniques for Transient Simulations
WEP-A3.2P.1
Chao-Ping Lin, Su Yan, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, United States; Robert R. Arslanbekov,
Vladimir Kolobov, CFD Research Corporation, United States; Jian-Ming Jin, University of Illinois at UrbanaChampaign, United States
Board PG.2
A GPU Accelerated Dynamic p-Adaptation for Simulation of EM-Plasma Interaction
Board PG.3
Transient Analysis of Scattering from Ferromagnetic Objects Using Landau-Lifshitz-Gilbert
and Volume Integral Equations
Sadeed Sayed, King Abdullah University of Science and Technology, Saudi Arabia; Huseyin Arda Ülkü,
Gebze Technical University, Turkey; Hakan Bagci, King Abdullah University of Science and Technology,
Saudi Arabia
WEP-A3.2P.4
Insight into the Single Scatter Subtraction (S3) Method
Board PG.4
THP-UF.1P.2
Board PG.5
Dong-Yeop Na, The Ohio State University, United States; Haksu Moon, Intel Corporation, United States;
Fernando L. Teixeira, The Ohio State University, United States; Yuri A. Omelchenko, Trinum Research Inc.,
United States
WEP-A3.2P.6
Transient Scattering from Two Cavities Embedded in a Ground Plane
Board PG.6
Tien-Hao Liao, Tai Qiao, Leung Tsang, University of Michigan, United States
Board PG.7
Propagating-Path Identification by Combining FDTD Method and Compressive Sensing
Fernando L. Teixeira, Robert Burkholder, Joel Johnson, Caglar Yardim, The Ohio State University, United
States
THP-UF.1P.4
An MOT-TDIE Solver for Analyzing Transient Fields on Graphene-Based Devices
Board PH.4
The Fully and Partially Coherent Approaches Applied to Snowpack Remote Sensing Based
on 3D Numerical Solutions of Maxwell’s Equations
Shurun Tan, Jiyue Zhu, University of Michigan, United States; Xiaolan Xu, NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory,
California Institute of Technology, United States; Kung-Hau Ding, Air Force Research Laboratory, United
States; Leung Tsang, University of Michigan, United States
THP-UF.1P.5
High Order Scattering from Undulations on a Cylindrical Surface
Board PH.5
Saba Mudaliar, Air Force Research Laboratory, United States; C. Prabavathi, P.O. Box 24467, United States
THP-UF.1P.6
Board PH.6
Coherent Bistatic Scattering Model for Vegetated Terrain in Support of Soil Moisture
Retrieval
THP-UF.1P.7
Board PG.8
Yifei Shi, Ping Li, Ismail Enes Uysal, Huseyin Arda Ülkü, Hakan Bagci, King Abdullah University of Science
and Technology, Saudi Arabia
Board PH.7
Site-Specific Clutter Simulation Using Rough Surface Scattering Models with NED and LCD
James Park, Air Force Research Laboratory, United States; Ryan Shaver, Michael Saville, Wright State
University, United States; Scott Gabert, Panos Tzanos, Kristopher Kim, Air Force Research Laboratory,
United States; Joel Johnson, The Ohio State University, United States
Tomohiro Komatsu, Ryuya Seki, Kazuya Takahashi, Naoki Honma, Yoshitaka Tsunekawa, Iwate University,
Japan
WEP-A3.2P.8
Board PH.3
An Efficient Implementation of the Nonlocal Small-Slope Approximation for Bistatic
Scattering from Two-Dimensional Rough Surfaces
Amir Azemati, Mahta Moghaddam, University of Southern California, United States
Richard Uber, Aihua Wood, Air Force Institute of Technology, United States
WEP-A3.2P.7
Board PH.2
NUMERICAL SIMULATIONS OF ROUGH SURFACE SCATTERING USING NYSTROM METHOD
FOR IMPROVED ACCURACIES
Su Yan, Jian-Ming Jin, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, United States
Full-Wave FETD-Based PIC Algorithm with Local Explicit Update
Board PH.1
Kevin Diomedi, Gary Brown, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, United States
Continuity-Preserving Purely Hyperbolic Maxwell Equations in Inhomogeneous Media
WEP-A3.2P.5
14:40 - 16:40
Poster Area H
THP-UF.1P.1
THP-UF.1P.3
Su Yan, Jian-Ming Jin, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, United States
WEP-A3.2P.3
Wednesday, June 29
THP-UF.1P
Models for Remote Sensing in Random and Complex Media
Board PG.1
A DGTD Algorithm with Dynamic h-Adaptation and Local Time-Stepping for Solving
Maxwell’s Equations
WEP-A3.2P.2
F
THP-UF.1P.8
Estimating PDFs in Heterogeneous Radar Clutter
101
Board PH.8
Scott Gabert, Air Force Research Laboratory, United States; Julie Jackson, Ryan Kappedal, Air Force
Institute of Technology, United States
Wednesday, June 29
WEP-A4.2P
14:40 - 16:40
Poster Area I
Scattering in Complex Media
WEP-A4.2P.1
F
THP-UF.4P.1
Normalized Radar Cross Section Analysis of Oil-Contaminated Young Sea Ice
Board PI.2
Yang Bao, Jiming Song, Iowa State University, United States
WEP-A4.2P.3
Board PI.3
Stochastic Galerkin Methods for Transient Maxwell’s Equations with Random Geometries
Yongtao Cheng, The University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong SAR of China; Li Jun Jiang, University of Hong
Kong, Hong Kong SAR of China
WEP-A4.2P.4
Board PI.4
Diagrammatic Explanation of the Reverse Doppler Effect in Space-Time Modulated
Photonic Crystals
Zoé-Lise Deck-Léger, Maksim Skorobogatiy, Christophe Caloz, Polytechnique Montréal, Canada
WEP-A4.2P.5
Board PI.5
THP-UF.4P.2
Miguel Ruphuy, Omar Ramahi, University of Waterloo, Canada
Board PI.6
A Gaussian Beam Approach for Embedding Antennas into Vector Parabolic Equation
Based Propagation Models
Xingqi Zhang, Costas D. Sarris, University of Toronto, Canada
WEP-A4.2P.7
Board PI.7
Application of 3D MoM/CBFM technique to the Problem of Electromagnetic Scattering by
Complex-Shaped Precipitation Particles
Ines Fenni, Jet Propulsion Laboratory, United States; Ziad S. Haddad, NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory,
California Institute of Technology, United States; Hélène Roussel, University Pierre and Marie Curie,
France; Raj Mittra, University of Central Florida, United States
WEP-A4.2P.8
Board PI.8
On the Validity of an Analytical Solution for Characterizing Backscattering from Tree
Trunks for FOPEN Sensing at P-Band
DaHan Liao, U.S. Army Research Laboratory, United States
WEP-A4.2P.9
Board PI.9
Tyler Tiede, Nariman Firoozy, Thomas Neusitzer, Puyan Mojabi, David Barber, University of Manitoba,
Canada
THP-UF.4P.3
Takashi Maeda, Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency, Japan
THP-UF.4P.4
Kamalesh Sainath, The Ohio State University ElectroScience Laboratory, United States; Scott Hensley,
NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory, California Institute of Technology, United States; Fernando L. Teixeira,
The Ohio State University, United States
THP-UF.4P.5
Board PJ.5
An Advanced Solver for Tri-axial Induction Logging in Hydraulic Fracture Detection and
Mapping
Yuan Fang, Zhiru Yu, Qing Huo Liu, Duke University, United States
THP-UF.4P.6
Board PJ.6
Measurement and Analysis of Rain Precipitation at MASCRAD Instrumentation Site in
Colorado
Branislav Notaros, Merhala Thurai, V. N. Bringi, Sanja Manic, Patrick Kennedy, Colorado State University,
United States
THP-UF.4P.7
Weather Radar to Detect and Differentiate Clouds from Rain Events
Board PJ.7
Shilpa Manandhar, Feng Yuan, Yee Hui Lee, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore; Yu Song Meng,
Institute for Infocomm Research (I²R), Singapore
THP-UF.4P.8
Correlation between Cloud Optical Thickness and Solar Radiation
Board PI.10
Tao Zang, The Navy Representative Office in Wuhan 701 Institute, China; Shuang Gao, Jiao Wang, Tao
Jiang, Harbin Engineering University, China
WEP-A4.2P.11
Board PJ.4
Analytical Modeling, Numerical Results, and Outlook on Model Validation for InSAR
Coherence Degradation due to Wave Penetration into and Guidance within PlanarLayered Media, Part I: Co-Polarized Case
Junwen Dai, Qing Huo Liu, Duke University, United States
Research on Ship Wake Detection with Electromagnetic Characteristic
Board PJ.3
GCOM-W AMSR2 Brightness Temperature Dataset Modified Using Antenna Pattern
Matching Technique
Efficient Computation of the EM Field due to a Bipole in Hydrocarbon Exploration
WEP-A4.2P.10
Board PJ.2
Complex Permittivity Profile Reconstruction of Sea Ice using a Transmission Line Model
Huygens Principle for Prediction of Refraction from Electrically-thin Inhomogeneous
Media
WEP-A4.2P.6
Board PJ.1
Nariman Firoozy, Puyan Mojabi, David Barber, Tyler Tiede, Thomas Neusitzer, University of Manitoba,
Canada
Jian Zhang, Shi Cong Wang, Si Jie Tang, Mei Song Tong, Tongji University, China
Modeling of Multilayered Anisotropic Media Using Effective Medium Theory
14:40 - 16:40
Poster Area J
Remote Sensing Topics
Board PI.1
Efficient Solution of Volume Integral Equations for Electromagnetic Scattering by Biisotropic Objects
WEP-A4.2P.2
Wednesday, June 29
THP-UF.4P
Board PI.11
Computation of Fields Scattered from Dielectric Objects of Uncertain Shapes using
Multilevel Monte Carlo
Alexander Litvinenko, Abdul-Lateef Haji-Ali, Ismail Enes Uysal, King Abdullah University of Science and
Technology, Saudi Arabia; Huseyin Arda Ülkü, Gebze Technical University, Turkey; Jesper Oppelstrup, KTH
Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden; Raul Tempone, Hakan Bagci, King Abdullah University of Science
and Technology, Saudi Arabia
102
Board PJ.8
Feng Yuan, Yi Wen Lek, Yee Hui Lee, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore; Yu Song Meng,
Institute for Infocomm Research (I²R), Singapore
Thursday, June 30
TH-SP.1A
Special Session
08:00 - 11:20
Grand Atlantic Salon I
Thursday, June 30
TH-SP.2A
Special Session
08:00 - 11:40
Grand Atlantic Salon II
Grand Challenges in Computational Electromagnetics for the Next
Decade
Industrial Applications of Metamaterials
Session Chair: B Shanker, Michigan State University
Session Co-Chairs: Filiberto Bilotti, University of Rome TRE; Giacomo Oliveri, University of
Trento
TH-SP.1A.108:00
TH-SP.2A.108:00
Compatible Discretizations for Multiphysics: A Brief Review and Some Future Challenges
Industry Applications of Metamaterials for Antenna Systems
TH-SP.1A.208:20
TH-SP.2A.208:20
Dimitrios Sounas, Jason Soric, Andrea Alù, The University of Texas at Austin, United States
Fernando L. Teixeira, The Ohio State University, United States
CEM Challenges in Multiphysics Modeling and Simulation
Metamaterials Meeting Industrial Products: A Successful Example in Italy
Giacomo Guarnieri, Giuseppe Mauriello, Stefano Scafè, Finmeccanica, Italy; Mirko Barbuto, Alessio Monti,
Niccolò Cusano University, Italy; Davide Ramaccia, Stefano Vellucci, Antonino Tobia, Alessandro Toscano,
Filiberto Bilotti, Roma Tre University, Italy
Jian-Ming Jin, Su Yan, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, United States
TH-SP.1A.308:40
Compressible Integral Equation Formulations Towards General Fast Direct Solvers
Arkadi Sharshevsky, Tel-Aviv University, Israel; Yaniv Brick, The University of Texas at Austin, United States;
Amir Boag, Tel-Aviv University, Israel
TH-SP.1A.409:00
Stable Boundary Element Methods for Objects of General Geometry and Material
Configuration
TH-SP.2A.308:40
Low-Profile Single-Feed Highly-Directive Antennas based on Cavity-Excited Metasurfaces
Ariel Epstein, George V. Eleftheriades, University of Toronto, Canada
TH-SP.2A.409:00
Metasurfaces Antennas for Space Industry
Enrica Martini, Francesco Caminita, Wave-Up s.r.l, Italy; Gabriele Minatti, University of Siena, Italy; Orietta
Lanciano, Agenzia Spaziale Italiana, Italy; Marco Sabbadini, European Space Agency, Netherlands;
Stefano Maci, University of Siena, Italy
Kristof Cools, University of Nottingham, United Kingdom
TH-SP.1A.509:20
Challenges for Coupled Continuum Mechanics and Electromagnetics
David Hopkins, George Gazonas, Army Research Laboratory, United States; Daniel S. Weile, Peter Monk,
University of Delaware, United States
Break09:40
TH-SP.1A.610:00
Grand Challenges in Preconditioning EM Integral Equations
TH-SP.2A.509:20
Ten Applications of Metamaterials
Christophe Caloz, Polytechnique Montréal, Canada
Break09:40
TH-SP.2A.610:00
Radio-Frequency (RF) Metatronic Inductors Shaped as Capacitors
Francesco P. Andriulli, Télécom Bretagne / Institut Mines-Télécom, France
Yue Li, Tsinghua University, China; Nader Engheta, University of Pennsylvania, United States
TH-SP.1A.710:20
Multiscale, both Space and Time, Computations
TH-SP.2A.710:20
Signal to Noise Ratio Improvement with non-Foster Antenna Matching
Jin-Fa Lee, The Ohio State University, United States
Deepak Singh Nagarkoti, Yang Hao, Khalid Z. Rajab, Queen Mary University of London, United Kingdom
TH-SP.1A.810:40
Discrete representation of geometry and functions on the geometry: continuity,
convergence, and other ramifications
TH-SP.2A.810:40
Non-identical Coupled Transmission Lines and Higher-order Dispersion Engineering
Muhammed Zuboraj, Kubilay Sertel, The Ohio State University ElectroScience Laboratory, United States;
John Volakis, The Ohio State University, United States
Balasubramaniam Shanker, Jie Li, Michigan State University, United States
TH-SP.1A.911:00
Solution of Large Platform Integration and Interference Problems on Massively Parallel
Computers
Andrew D. Greenwood, Air Force Research Laboratory, United States
TH-SP.2A.911:00
Anisotropic Impedance Metasurface Enabled Dual-band Short Backfire Antennas with
High Aperture Efficiency
Zhi Hao Jiang, Zachary Morgan, Douglas Werner, The Pennsylvania State University, United States;
Thomas Hand, Bonnie Martin, Erik Lier, Lockheed Martin Space System Company, United States
TH-SP.2A.1011:20
Cold Test of Homogeneous and Inhomogeneous Slow Wave Structures for High Power
Backward Wave Oscillators
Ushemadzoro Chipengo, The Ohio State University ElectroScience Laboratory, United States; Niru K.
Nahar, John Volakis, The Ohio State University, United States
103
B
Thursday, June 30
TH-UB.1A
08:00 - 11:40
Grand Atlantic Salon III
Thursday, June 30
TH-A1.1A
08:00 - 09:40
Grand Caribbean Salon I-II
Emerging Metasurfaces
Slot Antennas
TH-UB.1A.108:00
TH-A1.1A.108:00
Session Chair: Juan Sebastian Gomez Diaz, University of Texas at Austin
Session Chair: Christophe Fumeaux, University of Adelaide
A Reflective, Phase-tunable Metasurface Based on Liquid Crystals
Amanda Couch, Anthony Grbic, University of Michigan, United States
A Novel Structure and Design Optimization of Miniaturized UWB Slot Antenna
Adrian Bekasiewicz, Slawomir Koziel, Reykjavik University, Iceland
TH-UB.1A.208:20
A Reflective Active Metasurface
Josip Loncar, University of Zagreb, Croatia; Anthony Grbic, University of Michigan, United States; Silvio
Hrabar, University of Zagreb, Croatia
TH-UB.1A.308:40
Integration of a Plasmonic Metasurface on the Tip of an Optical Fiber: Towards Optical
Fiber Meta-Tips
Maria Principe, Marco Consales, Alberto Micco, University of Sannio, Italy; Alessio Crescitelli, National
Research Council, Italy; Giuseppe Castaldi, University of Sannio, Italy; Emanuela Esposito, National
Research Council, Italy; Vera La Ferrara, ENEA, Italy; Antonello Cutolo, Vincenzo Galdi, Andrea Cusano,
University of Sannio, Italy
TH-A1.1A.208:20
Pattern Reconfigurable Multimode Square Waveguide Slot Antenna
Souren Shamsinejad, Pedram Mousavi, University of Alberta, Canada
TH-A1.1A.308:40
A 5.8-GHz Flexible Microstrip-Fed Slot Antenna Realized in PEDOT:PSS Conductive Polymer
Shengjian Jammy Chen, The University of Adelaide, Australia; Benjamin Chivers, Roderick Shepherd, The
University of Sydney, Australia; Christophe Fumeaux, The University of Adelaide, Australia
TH-A1.1A.409:00
Conformal Antennas for Wireless Communication
Vladimir Veremey, Qualcomm Inc., United States
TH-UB.1A.409:00
TH-A1.1A.509:20
Han Ren, University of North Texas, United States; Jun Ding, University of Massachusetts Lowell, United
States; Mi Zhou, Yuankun Lin, University of North Texas, United States; Hualiang Zhang, University of
Massachusetts Lowell, United States
Chow-Yen-Desmond Sim, Ming-Hsuan Chang, Feng Chia University, Taiwan; Horng-Dean Chen, National
Kaohsiung Normal University, Taiwan; Tuan-Yung Han, National Taitung College, Taiwan; Jeen-Sheen Row,
National Changhua University of Education, Taiwan
Design of an Active Metasurface
An Annular-ring Slot Antenna with CP Radiation and Harmonic Suppression
TH-UB.1A.509:20
Digitizing Metasurface Antennas
Cristian Della Giovampaola, University of Siena, Italy; Charlotte Tripon-Canseliet, ESPCI ParisTech, France;
Jean Chazelas, Thales Systèmes Aéroportés, France; Mario Mencagli Jr., Gabriele Minatti, Stefano Maci,
University of Siena, Italy
Break09:40
TH-UB.1A.610:00
Graphene-based Gradient Metasurfaces for Extreme Wavefront Manipulation at Terahertz
Frequencies
Nasim Mohammadi Estakhri, Juan Sebastian Gomez Diaz, Andrea Alù, The University of Texas at Austin,
United States
TH-UB.1A.710:20
Efficient, Broadband Ultrathin Retroreflector Metasurface for Visible and Near-infrared
Frequencies
Nasim Mohammadi Estakhri, The University of Texas at Austin, United States; Verena Neder, Mark Knight,
Albert Polman, FOM Institute AMOLF, Netherlands; Andrea Alù, The University of Texas at Austin, United
States
TH-UB.1A.810:40
V-Band Reference-Phase-Based Zoned Fishnet Metalens
Víctor Pacheco-Peña, Bakhtiyar Orazbayev, Miguel Beruete, Universidad Pública de Navarra, Spain; Miguel
Navarro-Cía, University of Birmingham, United Kingdom; Igor V. Minin, Oleg V. Minin, National Research
Tomsk State University, Russian Federation
Jeremy Bossard, Clinton Scarborough, Micah Gregory, Cooper Cicero, Pingjuan Werner, Douglas Werner,
The Pennsylvania State University, United States; Scott Griffiths, Matthew Ketner, Joint Non-Lethal
Weapons Directorate, United States
10:00 - 11:40
Grand Caribbean Salon I-II
Slot Arrays
Session Chair: Yahya Antar, Royal Military College
TH-A1.2A.110:00
A Slotted Waveguide based MIMO Antenna System for Wireless Access Points
Asim Ghalib, King Fahd University of Petroleum and Minerals, Saudi Arabia; Sebastien Clauzier, Royal
Military College (RMC), Canada; Mohammad S. Sharawi, King Fahd University of Petroleum and
Minerals, Saudi Arabia; Yahia M. M. Antar, Royal Military College (RMC), Canada
TH-A1.2A.210:20
Edge Slot Waveguide Array Antenna for an Omnidirectional Radar System
Steven Keller, Steven Weiss, US Army Research Laboratory, United States; Bryan Farley, US Army
Communications-Electronics RD&E Center, United States
TH-A1.2A.310:40
The Rotation Mode Feeding structure for Concentric Array Radial Line Slot Antenna
Tao Zhou, Yasuhiro Tsunemitsu, Naohisa Goto, Takushoku University, Japan
TH-A1.2A.411:00
3D Focal Spot Manipulation at Millimeter Waves
Ioannis Iliopoulos, Mauro Ettorre, Ronan Sauleau, Institut d’ Electronique et de Telecommunications de
Rennes (IETR), UMR CNRS 6164, Universite de Rennes 1, France; Massimiliano Casaletti, Laboratoire
d’Electronique et Electromagnetisme (L2E), Pierre and Marie Curie University, France; Patrick Potier,
Strategy Directorate, Direction Generale de l’Armement (DGA), France; Philippe Pouliguen, Direction
Generale de l’ Armement - Maitrise de l’Information (DGA-MI), France
TH-UB.1A.911:00
Metasurface for High-Power Reflector Antenna Based on Counter-Rotating End-Loaded
Dipole Elements
Thursday, June 30
TH-A1.2A
TH-A1.2A.511:20
An anti-interference slotted waveguide antenna array for space-borne SAR applications
TH-UB.1A.1011:20
Theoretical Analysis of a Reflected Plate for OAM Mode Generation Based on PhaseShifting Surface
Ben You, Liang Zhou, Lin-Sheng Wu, Yao-Ping Zhang, Jun-Fa Mao, Shanghai Jiao Tong University, China
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Jia-Guo Lu, Wei Wang, Hong-tao Zhang, East China Research Institute of Electronic Engineering, China;
Xianling Liang, Shanghai Jiao Tong University, China
Thursday, June 30
TH-A3.1A
08:00 - 11:20
Grand Caribbean Salon VII-VIII
Integral Equation Solvers for Advanced Applications
Thursday, June 30
TH-A1.3A
08:00 - 11:20
Culebra
Waveguide and Horn Antenna Feeds
Session Chair: B Shanker, Michigan State University
TH-A3.1A.108:00
Analysis of Dense Quantum Dot Systems Using a Self-Consistent Maxwell-Bloch Framework
Connor Glosser, Carlo Piermarocchi, Balasubramaniam Shanker, Michigan State University, United States
Session Co-Chairs: Darmindra Arumugam, Jet Propulsion Laboratory; Olav Breinbjerg,
Danish Technical University
TH-A1.3A.108:00
THz Smooth-Walled Spline Horn Antennas: Design, Manufacturing and Measurements
Arvid Hammar, Omnisys Instruments AB and Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden; Daniel Nyberg,
Omnisys Instruments AB, Sweden; Yogesh Karandikar, Tantrayut Telecommunications Pvt Ltd, India; Peter
Sobis, Oscar Tropp, Per Forsberg, Steven McCallion, Anders Emrich, Omnisys Instruments AB, Sweden; Jan
Stake, Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden
TH-A3.1A.208:20
Full-Wave Electromagnetic Optimizations of Corrugated Metallic Sheets
Askin Altinoklu, Bariscan Karaosmanoglu, Özgür S. Ergül, Middle East Technical University, Turkey
TH-A3.1A.308:40
A MFIE/Volume Integral Equation Approach with Minimum Discretization Effort for
Substrate Integrated Waveguide Structures and Leaky Wave/Slot Antennas
TH-A1.3A.208:20
Analytical Modelling of Waveguide Mode Launchers for Matched Feed Reflector Systems
Michael Forum Palvig, Olav Breinbjerg, Technical University of Denmark, Denmark; Peter Meincke, Erik
Jørgensen, TICRA, Denmark
Thomas Vaupel, Fraunhofer Institute for High Frequency Physics and Radar Techniques FHR, Germany
TH-A3.1A.409:00
Analysis of Measurement Probe Spherical Higher Order Modes based on Equivalent
Currents
Lars Jacob Foged, Andrea Giacomini, Francesco Saccardi, Lucia Scialacqua, Microwave Vision Italy, Italy
TH-A1.3A.308:40
Development of Quadruple-ridge Flared Horn with Spline-defined Profile for Band B of
the Wide Band Single Pixel Feed (WBSPF) Advanced Instrumentation Programme for SKA
Jian Yang, Jonas Flygare, Miroslav Pantaleev, Bhushan Billade, Chalmers University of Technology,
Sweden
TH-A3.1A.509:20
A Method for Full Wave Analysis of Electrically Large Transparent Radomes
TH-A1.3A.409:00
Branko Mrdakovic, WIPL-D, Yugoslavia; Branko Kolundzija, University of Belgrade, Yugoslavia
Break09:40
Continuous Parallel Plate Waveguide Beamformer Based on a Bifocal Constrained Lens
Design
Nelson J. G. Fonseca, European Space Agency, Netherlands; Hervé Legay, Ségolène Tubau, Jean-Philippe
Fraysse, Étienne Girard, Thales Alenia Space, France; Mauro Ettorre, Ronan Sauleau, IETR, France
TH-A3.1A.610:00
Modified Superformula Contours Optimized via Genetic Algorithms for Fastly Converging
2D Solutions of EFIE
Sadri Güler, Can Önol, Özgür S. Ergül, Middle East Technical University, Turkey; M. Enes Hatipoglu, Emrah
Sever, Fatih Dikmen, Yury A. Tuchkin, Gebze Technical University, Turkey
TH-A3.1A.710:20
Analysis of Radiating Microstrip Structures Using the Contour Integral Method
Utkarsh Patel, Piero Triverio, Sean Hum, University of Toronto, Canada
TH-A1.3A.509:20
Considerations in the Design of Parallel Plate Luneburg Beamformers and Cylindrical
Arrays
Naftali Herscovici, Michelle Champion, Air Force Research Laboratory, United States
Break09:40
TH-A1.3A.610:00
TH-A3.1A.810:40
Characteristics of Circular Waveguide with Step Discontinuities Including Coaxial Feeders
Tetsuya Yamamoto, Kei Urabe, Takashi Tokizaki, National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and
Technology, Japan
2D Quasi-Periodic Array Modeling Using Reduced Basis Method
Xunwang Dang, Maokun Li, Fan Yang, Shenheng Xu, Tsinghua University, China
TH-A3.1A.911:00
A Mixed Scheme for Analyzing Microstrip Antennas by Volume-Surface Integral Equations
TH-A1.3A.710:20
Radiation Characteristics of a Coplanar Waveguide Series Gap in Ku Band
Juan Duran, Cédric Martel, ONERA - The French Aerospace Lab, France; Olivier Pascal, Gaetan Prigent,
Université de Toulouse, CNRS, UPS, INP, LAPLACE, France
Peng Cheng Wang, Chun Xia Yang, Mei Song Tong, Tongji University, China
TH-A1.3A.810:40
Compact Waveguide Monopulse Comparator at Ka-Band for Monopulse Tracking
Hemant Kumar, Girish Kumar, Indian Institute of Technology Bombay, India; Yogesh Verma, Prashant
Kumar Mishra, Defence Research and Development Organisation, India
TH-A1.3A.911:00
Design of 94 GHz Compact Corrugated Horn with Ultra-Low Sidelobe
Junbo Wang, Yuan Yao, Cheng Yang, Xiaoming Liu, Limei Qi, Zhijiao Chen, Junsheng Yu, Beijing University
of Posts and Telecommunications, China; Xiaodong Chen, Queen Mary University of London, China
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C
Thursday, June 30
TH-UC.1A
08:00 - 09:40
Vieques
Thursday, June 30
TH-A4.1A
08:00 - 09:20
Icaco
Enabling Technologies for Communication and Sensing
Scattering, Diffraction and RCS
TH-UC.1A.108:00
TH-A4.1A.108:00
Session Chair: Brad Jackson, Defence Research and Development Canada
Session Chair: Francesco Monticone, University of Texas at Austin
Covert and Broadband Direction Finding using Low-Profile Slot Spiral Antennas
Brad Jackson, Defence Research and Development Canada, Canada
TH-UC.1A.208:20
A Compact, Low-Power, Low-VHF Radio for Mobile and Wireless Communication
Applications
Jihun Choi, University of Michigan, United States; Fikadu Dagefu, Brian Sadler, U.S. Army Research
Laboratory, United States; Kamal Sarabandi, University of Michigan, United States
TH-UC.1A.308:40
Compressive sensing based direction of arrival estimation system using 3D printed
Luneburg lens
Min Liang, Xiaoju Yu, Rafael Sabory-García, Wei-Ren Ng, Michael E. Gehm, Hao Xin, University of Arizona,
United States
Fast Iterative Physical Optics with Shadowing
Igor Gershenzon, Tel-Aviv University, Israel; Yaniv Brick, The University of Texas at Austin, United States;
Amir Boag, Tel-Aviv University, Israel
TH-A4.1A.208:20
UTD-Based Modeling of Diffraction Loss by Dielectric Circular Cylinders at D-band
Seunghwan Kim, Alenka Zajic, Georgia Institute of Technology, United States
TH-A4.1A.308:40
Backscatter Reduction of Long Thin Bodies by Surface Impedance Modulation
Adour Kabakian, Amit Patel, HRL Laboratories, LLC, United States
TH-A4.1A.409:00
Radar Cross Section Computation of Aircraft with Engine Inlets including Fan Blades
Martin Vogel, Altair Engineering, United States
TH-UC.1A.409:00
Research on Indoor Positioning Online Signal Processing based on Bootstrap Estimation
Thursday, June 30
TH-A5.1A
Yongsheng Zhao, Peng Xu, Tao Jiang, Harbin Engineering University, China
TH-UC.1A.509:20
A Pendulum-Based Planar Near-field Antenna Measurement System
Chen Niu, University of Manitoba, Canada; Yaser Maddahi, University of Calgary, Canada; Puyan Mojabi,
University of Manitoba, Canada
10:00 - 11:40
Icaco
Near Field Communication (NFC) technology
Session Chair: Paolo Nepa, University of Pisa
TH-A5.1A.110:00
Small Size NFC Antenna with High Performance
K
Thursday, June 30
TH-UK.1A
10:00 - 11:40
Vieques
Anping Zhao, Hao Chen, Shenzhen Sunway Communication Co. Ltd., China
TH-A5.1A.210:20
NFC Antenna for Portable Device with Metal Back Cover
Electromagnetic Imaging and Sensing
Session Co-Chairs: Branislav Notaros, Colorado State University; Mahta Moghaddam,
University of Southern California
TH-UK.1A.110:00
Microfluidic Based High Resolution Microwave Imaging System
Abhishek Dey, Gokhan Mumcu, University of South Florida, United States
Hao Chen, Anping Zhao, Shenzhen Sunway Communication Co. Ltd, China
TH-A5.1A.310:40
Electric Near Field Communication for Identification and Payment on Wearable Devices
Takanori Washiro, eNFC Inc., Japan
TH-A5.1A.411:00
TH-UK.1A.210:20
Electromagnetic Inverse Scattering Experiment with FDTD-based Numerical Vector Green’s
Function
Guanbo Chen, John Stang, Mahta Moghaddam, University of Southern California, United States
TH-UK.1A.310:40
Optimal Antennas for RFID Printer-Encoders
Andrea Michel, Alice Buffi, Paolo Nepa, Giuliano Manara, University of Pisa, Italy
TH-A5.1A.511:20
Frequency Band Utilization Enhancement for Chipless RFID Tag through Place Value
Encoding
Thermally-Controlled THz Biosensor employing Phase-Change Materials
Varittha Sanphuang, Niru K. Nahar, John Volakis, The Ohio State University, United States
TH-UK.1A.411:00
Addressing Inhomogeneity of Magnetic Fields in Medical Magnetic Resonance Imaging
Applications
Branislav M. Notaroš, Colorado State University, United States; Andrew J. M. Kiruluta, Harvard Medical
School, United States; Ali Pezeshki, Pranav S. Athalye, Aaron P. Smull, Milan M. Ilic, Colorado State
University, United States; Pierre-Francois Van de Moortele, University of Minnesota, United States
TH-UK.1A.511:20
Remote Thermoacoustic Imaging of Inert Explosives Embedded in Biological Tissue
Samples
Ahmed Abdelrahman, Siddhartha Sirsi, Xiong Wang, Yexian Qin, Russel Witte, Hao Xin, University of
Arizona, United States
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Munawar Masood Khan, Farooq Ahmad Tahir, Hammad M. Cheema, SEECS-NUST, Pakistan
Thursday, June 30
TH-A1.4A
08:00 - 11:20
Palominito
Reflector and Lens Antennas
Session Co-Chairs: Paolo Focardi, Jet Propulsion Laboratory; Aleksei Dubok, Eindhoven
University of Technology
TH-A1.4A.108:00
SMAP Instrument Antenna, On Orbit Performance Validation & Verification
Paolo Focardi, Michael W. Spencer, NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory, California Institute of Technology,
United States; Jeffrey R. Piepmeier, NASA Goddard Space Flight Center, United States
TH-A1.4A.208:20
Design and performance of a spaceborne Ka-band interferometric SAR antenna system
Maurizio Lori, Paolo Zolla, Ernst Pfeiffer, High Performance Space Structures Systems GmbH, Germany;
Hans Martin Braun, Radar Systemtechnik AG, Switzerland; Jean-Christophe Angevain, Gonçalo Rodrigues,
Michael Ludwig, European Space Agency, Netherlands
TH-A1.4A.308:40
COWVR Instrument Antenna, Performance Verification and Test Results
Paolo Focardi, David Gonzalez, Jefferson A. Harrell, Shannon T. Brown, NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory,
California Institute of Technology, United States
TH-A1.4A.409:00
Digital-Beamforming Array Antenna Technologies for Future Ocean-Observing Satellite
Missions
Thursday, June 30
TH-A5.2A
08:00 - 09:40
Palmas
Magnetic Resonance Imaging
Session Chair: Mikhail Kozlov, MR:comp GmbH
TH-A5.2A.108:00
A Zeroth Order Resonant Element for MRI Transmisson Line RF Coil
Vijayaraghavan Panda, Sung-Min Sohn, Thomas Vaughan, Anand Gopinath, University of Minnesota,
United States
TH-A5.2A.208:20
Unconventional RF Probes Comprised of Microstrip Patch Antennas for High-Field MRI
Scanners
Navid Pourramzan Gandji, Elena Semouchkina, Michigan Technological University, United States
TH-A5.2A.308:40
An Evaluation of Radio Frequency Induced Power Deposition of Insulated Leads with an
Lead Model
Mikhail Kozlov, MR:comp GmbH, Germany; Gregor Schaefers, Magnetic Resonance Institute for Safety,
Technology and Research GmbH, Germany
TH-A5.2A.409:00
Global Maxwell Tomography: a novel technique for electrical properties mapping based
on MR measurements and volume integral equation formulations
Oleg Iupikov, Marianna Ivashina, Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden; Cecilia Cappellin, TICRA,
Denmark; Niels Skou, DTU-Space, Technical University of Denmark, Denmark
Jose Serralles, Luca Daniel, Jacob White, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, United States; Daniel
Sodickson, Riccardo Lattanzi, New York University School of Medicine, United States; Athanasios
Polimeridis, Skolkovo Institute of Science and Technology, United States
TH-A1.4A.509:20
TH-A5.2A.509:20
NISAR L-Band Feed Antenna Tiles, Preliminary Design
Paolo Focardi, Paula R. Brown, NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory, California Institute of Technology, United
States
Safety Aspects of the Metamaterial Resonator for Application in Magnetic Resonance
Imaging
Alena Shchelokova, Alexey Slobozhanyuk, Stanislav Glybovski, Irina Melchakova, Pavel Belov, ITMO
University, Russian Federation
Break09:40
TH-A1.4A.610:00
Design of a Ku-Band Triple-layer Perforated Dielectric Transmitarray Antenna
Thursday, June 30
TH-A5.3A
Min Wang, Shenheng Xu, Fan Yang, Maokun Li, Tsinghua University, China
TH-A1.4A.710:20
Design and Analysis of a Cassegrain Antenna with an Annular Sub-reflector
10:00 - 11:20
Palmas
Biomedical Microwave Imaging
Session Chair: Jose Martinez Lorenzo, Northeastern University
Hao Liu, Alexander Denisov, Hua Zong, Shu Lin, Harbin Institute of Technology, China
TH-A1.4A.810:40
TH-A5.3A.110:00
Lenses Designed by Transformation Electromagnetics and Fabricated by 3D Dielectric
Printing
Microwave Imaging for Early Breast Cancer Detection: Experimental Testing of a Low-Cost
Portable System
Jianjia Yi, André de Lustrac, IEF, France; Gérard-Pascal Piau, AIRBUS Group Innovations, France; Shah
Nawaz Burokur, LEME, France
Jorge Tobon Vasquez, Francesca Vipiana, Mario Casu, Marco Vacca, Azzurra Pulimeno, Politecnico di
Torino, Italy
TH-A1.4A.911:00
TH-A5.3A.210:20
Electrically Thin Magnetodielectric Metamaterial Fresnel Lens Antenna
Joshua Shehan, Ryan Adams, University of North Carolina at Charlotte, United States
Charachterization of Two Antipodal Vivaldi Antennas for Breast Cancer Near-Field Radar
Imaing
Ashkan Ghanbarzadeh Dagheyan, Ali Molaei, Juan Heredia Juesas, Jose Martinez-Lorenzo, Northeastern
University, United States
TH-A5.3A.310:40
MIEMS: Multilevel Inverse EM Solver for 3D Image Reconstruction towards RadioFrequency based Breast Cancer Detection
Harikiran Muniganti, Dipanjan Gope, Indian Institute of Science, India
TH-A5.3A.411:00
Matching Medium Characterization for Microwave Brain Stroke Imaging
Tuba Yilmaz, Istanbul Technical University, Turkey; Hulya Sahinturk, YildizTechnical University, Turkey;
Metin Acar, Istanbul Technical University, Turkey; Ibrahim Akduman, IstanbulTechnical University, Turkey
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Thursday, June 30
TH-A5.4A
08:00 - 09:40
Ceiba
Thursday, June 30
TH-A1.5A
08:00 - 11:40
Siete Mares
Millimeter-wave and THz Leaky Wave Antennas
Reflectarray Design and Synthesis
TH-A5.4A.108:00
TH-A1.5A.108:00
Diego Correas-Serrano, Universidad Politécnica de Cartagena, Spain; Juan Sebastian Gomez Diaz,
Dimitrios Sounas, The University of Texas at Austin, United States; Alejandro Alvarez-Melcon, Universidad
Politécnica de Cartagena, Spain; Andrea Alù, The University of Texas at Austin, United States
Abdul Maalik, The Ohio State University, United States; Roberto Rojas, Massachusetts Institute of
Technology, Lincoln Laboratory, United States; Robert Burkholder, The Ohio State University, United States
Session Co-Chairs: Juan Sebastian Gomez Diaz, University of Texas at Austin; Stefano Maci,
University of Siena
Non-Reciprocal Leaky-Wave Antenna at THz Based on Spatiotemporally Modulated
Graphene
TH-A5.4A.208:20
Planar Frequency Scanning Holographic Antenna for FMCW-Radar Applications at 240
GHz
Session Co-Chairs: Jose A. Encinar, Technical University of Madrid; Shenheng Xu, Tsinghua
University
Effect of Inter-element Spacing on Scan-range of Microstrip-Patch, and Microstrip-Dipole
reflectarrays
TH-A1.5A.208:20
Circularly-Polarized Reconfigurable Unit-Cell for Transmitarray Applications in Ka-band
Jochen Schäfer, Manuel Dittrich, Heiko Gulan, Thomas Zwick, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Germany
Luca Di Palma, Antonio Clemente, Laurent Dussopt, CEA-Leti, Minatec Campus, France; Ronan Sauleau,
IETR, UMR CNRS 6164 University of Rennes 1, France; Patrick Potier, Philippe Pouliguen, Direction
Générale de l’Armement (DGA) France, France
TH-A5.4A.308:40
TH-A1.5A.308:40
High-gain Single-layer Radial Line Slot Array Designed for V-band applications
Alister Hosseini, Saman Kabiri, Evangelos Kornaros, Franco De Flaviis, Filippo Capolino, University of
California, Irvine, United States
TH-A5.4A.409:00
Planar Steerable 60 GHz Leaky Wave Antenna with Luneburg Lens Feed
Design of Two Transparent X Band Reflectarray Antennas Integrated on a Satellite Panel
Taha Shahvirdi Dizaj Yekan, Reyhan Baktur, Utah State University, United States
TH-A1.5A.409:00
A Single-Layer Wideband Reflectarray With Sub-wavelength Phase-shifting Elements
Pei-Yuan Qin, Y. Jay Guo, University of Technology Sydney (UTS), Australia; Lu-Yang Ji, Feng Wei, Xidian
University, China
Amir Torki, Mahsa Ebrahimpouri, Oscar Quevedo-Teruel, KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden
TH-A5.4A.509:20
Bandwidth Enhancement of Partially Parallel-feeding Travelling-wave Array using
Waveguide Narrow-wall Cavity Slot on Iris in Millimeter-wave Band
Kunio Sakakibara, Yuichi Hirayama, Katsuhiro Miyazaki, Koichi Shiotani, Yuta Miyachi, Nobuyoshi
Kikuma, Nagoya Institute of Technology, Japan
TH-A1.5A.509:20
Synthesis of Next Generation Reflectarrays
Lorenza Tenuti, Giacomo Oliveri, University of Trento, Italy; Daniele Bresciani, Thales Alenia Space, France;
Andrea Massa, University of Trento, Italy
Break09:40
TH-A1.5A.610:00
Thursday, June 30
TH-A5.5A
10:00 - 11:40
Ceiba
Numerical and experimental analysis of Convex Reflectarray Antennas
Michele Beccaria, Paola Pirinoli, Mario Orefice, Politecnico di Torino, Italy
TH-A1.5A.710:20
High-gain mm-Wave Antennas
Session Chair: Jorge Costa, Instituto de Telecomunicações, Instituto Universitário de Lisboa
Multibeam Reflectarray for Transmit Satellite Antennas in Ka Band Using Beam-Squint
Daniel Martinez-de-Rioja, Eduardo Martinez-de-Rioja, Jose A. Encinar, Technical University of Madrid
(UPM), Spain
TH-A5.5A.110:00
Prototype of a compact mechanically steered Ka-band antenna for satellite on-the-move
Sérgio Matos, Jorge R. Costa, Eduardo Lima, Carlos A. Fernandes, Instituto de Telecomunicações, Instituto
Universitário de Lisboa, Portugal; Nelson J. G. Fonseca, European Space Agency, Netherlands
TH-A1.5A.810:40
TH-A5.5A.210:20
Hsi-Tseng Chou, National Taiwan University, Taiwan; Hsien-Kwei Ho, Yao-Jiu Chen, Yuan Ze University,
Taiwan
Design of Metallic Reflectarray Antenna and its Radiation Discrepancy due to the
Manufacture Distortion at mmW
60GHz Microwave Lens for Antenna Gain Enhancment
Dimitris Psychoudakis, Samsung Research America, United States
TH-A5.5A.310:40
Broadside High Gain H-plane Substrate Integrated Horn Antenna For Future 5G
Applications
TH-A1.5A.911:00
Design of a Reconfigurable Reflectarray Element with an Internal Slotted Patch of
Tunable Height
Xue Yang, Shenheng Xu, Fan Yang, Maokun Li, Tsinghua University, China; Houfei Fang, Yangqing Hou,
Shanghai YS Information Technology Co., Ltd., China
Muftah Asaadi, Abdelrazik Sebak, Concordia University, Canada
TH-A5.5A.411:00
TH-A1.5A.1011:20
Konstantinos Konstantinidis, Alexandros Feresidis, Costas Constantinou, Marina Gashinova, Edward Hoare,
Michael Lancaster, Peter Gardner, University of Birmingham, United Kingdom
Xin Liu, Shenheng Xu, Fan Yang, Maokun Li, Tsinghua National Laboratory for Information Science and
Technology, China
A THz Dielectric Lens Antenna
A Study of the Specular Reflection Effect in Sub-Reflectarray Designs
TH-A5.5A.511:20
On-chip UWB Phased Arrays for mmW Connectivity
Seckin Sahin, Niru K. Nahar, Kubilay Sertel, The Ohio State University, United States
108
B
Thursday, June 30
TH-UB.2A
08:00 - 09:20
Las Croabas
Thursday, June 30
TH-A1.6A
08:00 - 09:40
Grand Caribbean Salon VI
Novel Integral-Equation and MoM Formulations
Design and Development of Reconfigurable Antennas
TH-UB.2A.108:00
TH-A1.6A.108:00
Qin S. Liu, The University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong SAR of China; Sheng Sun, University of Electronic
Science and Technology of China, China; Weng Cho Chew, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign,
United States; Li Jun Jiang, University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong SAR of China
Michael Wright, Mohammod Ali, University of South Carolina, United States; William Baron, Jason Miller,
James Tuss, David Zeppettella, Air Force Research Laboratory, United States
Session Chair: Weng Cho Chew, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign
Session Chair: Eng Leong Tan, Nanyang Technological University
Potential Based Integral Equation Method for Dielectric Problems
TH-UB.2A.208:20
A Hermitian, Positive Definite, And Well-Conditioned Combined Field Integral Equation
Simon Adrian, Technische Universität München, Germany; Francesco P. Andriulli, Télécom Bretagne /
Institut Mines-Télécom, France; Thomas Eibert, Technische Universität München, Germany
TH-UB.2A.308:40
Numerical Analysis and Efficient Reconstruction of Perfectly Transmitting Wavefronts in
3D Periodic Media
Han Guo, Raj Rao Nadakuditi, Eric Michielssen, University of Michigan, United States
TH-UB.2A.409:00
Effect of Bias Traces and Wires on a MEMS Reconfigurable Pixelated Patch Antenna
TH-A1.6A.208:20
Study And Design of Nojima Origami Conical Spiral Antenna
Shun Yao, Xueli Liu, Stavros Georgakopoulos, Florida International University, United States
TH-A1.6A.308:40
Radiation Characteristics of Flexible Reconfigurable Antenna With Curved Cylindrical
Configurations
Saud M. Saeed, Constantine A. Balanis, Craig R. Birtcher, Arizona State University, United States
TH-A1.6A.409:00
LTCC-based Dielectric Flat Lens Performance Evaluation at 94 GHz
Marc Imbert, Sebastian Blanch, Jordi Romeu, Lluis Jofre, Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya, Spain;
Mariano Baquero-Escudero, Universitat Politècnica de València, Spain
Tracy-Widom Distribution of Transmission Coefficients of 3-D Absorbing Random Media
Han Guo, Raj Rao Nadakuditi, Eric Michielssen, University of Michigan, United States
TH-A1.6A.509:20
A De-embedding Technique for Diode-Incorporated Reconfigurable Antenna Simulation
Thursday, June 30
TH-A3.2A
Zaifeng Yang, Eng Leong Tan, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore
10:00 - 11:40
Las Croabas
High Frequency and Asymptotic Methods
TH-A3.2A.110:00
High-Frequency Asymptotic Solutions for Scattered Magnetic Field by a Coated Cylinder
Keiji Goto, Oki Okawa, Naoki Kishimoto, National Defense Academy, Japan
TH-A3.2A.210:20
Accurate Calculation of Creeping Ray Parameters for Radiation of Sources on Convex
NURBS Surfaces
Manushanker Balasubramanian, Alberto Toccafondi, University of Siena, Italy
TH-A3.2A.310:40
Optimized Segmented Iterative Physical Optics for RCS computation of large cavities
Antoine Thomet, IETR Laboratory, France; Gildas Kubicke, DGA Information Superiority, France; Christophe
Bourlier, IETR Laboratory, France; Philippe Pouliguen, DGA Strategy Direction, France
Hiroshi Shirai, Masayuki Shimizu, Chuo University, Japan; Ryoichi Sato, Niigata University, Japan
Session Co-Chairs: Zhongxiang Shen, Nanyang Technological University; Jean-Jacques
Laurin, École Polytechnique de Montréal
TH-A1.7A.110:00
A Low-profile Frequency and Polarization Reconfigurable Circularly Polarized Water
Antenna for Satellite Navigation
Shiyan Wang, Zhenxin Hu, Wen Wu, Nanjing University of Science and Technology, China; Zhongxiang
Shen, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore
TH-A1.7A.210:20
A Single Feed Planar Antenna With 4G Tunable Bands and Consistent Upper LTE Bands
Between 1.51 GHz – 2.1 GHz
Rafid Damman, Ghanshyam Mishra, Behrouz Babakhani, Satish Sharma, San Diego State University,
United States
TH-A1.7A.310:40
TH-A3.2A.511:20
An Improved Shooting and Bouncing Ray Method for the Radiation Analysis
Xiaowei Mei, Hai Lin, State Key Laboratory of CAD&CG, Zhejiang University, China
10:00 - 11:20
Grand Caribbean Salon VI
Reconfigurable Antennas for Adaptive and Mobile Systems
TH-A3.2A.411:00
Evanescent Modal Effect to E Polarized Plane Wave Diffraction by a Wide and Thick Slit
Thursday, June 30
TH-A1.7A
Design of a frequency-reconfigurable multipolarization antenna for wireless
communication
Wentao Zhang, Chuanfei She, Yingyi He, China Academy of Engineering Physics, China
TH-A1.7A.411:00
A Reconfigurable Notched-Band UWB Antenna
Siyan Chen, Qing-Xin Chu, South China University of Technology, China
109
Thursday, June 30
TH-A4.2A
08:00 - 11:40
Grand Caribbean Salon III
Wave Propagation in Indoor Environment
Session Co-Chairs: Simone Genovesi, University of Pisa; Jonathan Rigelsford, The University
of Sheffield
TH-A4.2A.108:00
Indoor Channel Characterization for Future 5G Applications
Francesco Alessio Dicandia, Simone Genovesi, Università di Pisa, Italy; Alessandro Corucci, CNIT, Italy;
Pierpaolo Usai, Filippo Costa, Agostino Monorchio, Paolo Nepa, Giuliano Manara, Università di Pisa, Italy
TH-A4.2A.208:20
Path Loss Models for Indoor Off-Body Communications at 60 GHz
Simon Cotton, Young Jin Chun, William Scanlon, Gareth Conway, Queen’s University Belfast, United
Kingdom
TH-A4.2A.308:40
Indoor Exposure Index Simulation of Macrocell versus Femtocell Deployments
Thursday, June 30
TH-SP.1P
Special Session
13:20 - 16:40
Grand Atlantic Salon I
Novel Paradigms, Challenges and Perspectives in Wave Scattering and
Propagation
Session Chair: Vincenzo Galdi, University of Sannio
TH-SP.1P.113:20
Unconventional Resonators: Geometry Invariance, Nonradiating Modes and Anomalous
Decay Dynamics
Inigo Liberal, Ahmed Mahmoud, Nader Engheta, University of Pennsylvania, United States
TH-SP.1P.213:40
Left handed modes in linear arrays of isotropic particles with electric and magnetic
response
Yarden Mazor, Ben Z. Steinberg, Tel-Aviv University, Israel
TH-SP.1P.314:00
Parity-Time Symmetry in Chain of Scatterers
David Plets, Wout Joseph, Luc Martens, UGent - iMinds, Belgium
Mohamed A. K. Othman, University of California, Irvine, United States; Vincenzo Galdi, University of
Sannio, United States; Filippo Capolino, University of California, Irvine, United States
TH-A4.2A.409:00
An Indoor Localization Technique Based on Ultra-Wideband AoD/AoA/ToA Estimation
Brecht Hanssens, David Plets, Emmeric Tanghe, Ghent University, Belgium; Claude Oestges, Université
Catholique de Louvain, Belgium; Davy P. Gaillot, Martine Liénard, University of Lille 1, France; Luc
Martens, Wout Joseph, Ghent University, Belgium
TH-SP.1P.414:20
TH-A4.2A.509:20
TH-SP.1P.514:40
Classification of Indoor Environments Based on Spatial Correlation of RF Channel
Fingerprints
Mohamed AlHajri, Nayef Alsindi, Nazar Ali, Raed Shubair, Khalifa University, United Arab Emirates
Parity-Time (PT) Symmetry Properties of Natural and Perfect Dispersive Media
Shulabh Gupta, Christophe Caloz, Polytechnique Montréal, Canada
Dyadic Green’s Function in Waveguide Quantum Electrodynamics
Aiyin Liu, Weng Cho Chew, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, United States
Break15:00
Break09:40
TH-A4.2A.610:00
TH-SP.1P.615:20
Toward the Development of an Equivalent Microwave Circuit for Built-up Areas
Giorgio Franceschetti, Antonio Iodice, Università di Napoli Federico II, Italy
A Sparse FSS for Control of Radio Coverage in Buildings
Michal Cerveny, Czech Technical University in Prague, Czech Republic; Jonathan Rigelsford, Richard
Langley, The University of Sheffield, United Kingdom
TH-SP.1P.715:40
Compressive Sensing as a New Paradigm in Wave Scattering and Propagation
Andrea Massa, Paolo Rocca, Giacomo Oliveri, University of Trento, Italy
TH-A4.2A.710:20
Analysis of Electric Field Strength for Planning Indoor 5.8 GHz Wireless Networks
Yasir Alharbi, Jonathan Rigelsford, Richard Langley, The University of Sheffield, United Kingdom; Ahmed
AlAmoudi, KACST, Saudi Arabia
TH-SP.1P.816:00
A Review of Spaced Based RF Propagation Experiments and Examination of a New
Interest in W/V Band (40-110 GHz) Studies
TH-A4.2A.810:40
David Murrell, Nicholas Tarasenko, Steven Lane, Air Force Research Laboratory, United States; Christos
Christodoulou, University of New Mexico, United States
Andres Navarro, Universidad Icesi, Colombia; Dinael Guevara, Universidad Francisco de Paula Santander,
Colombia; Narcis Cardona, Universitat Politècnica de València, Spain
TH-SP.1P.916:20
TH-A4.2A.911:00
Yifan Chen, Qingfeng Zhang, Rui Wang, Putri Santi Anwar, Limin Huang, South University of Science and
Technology of China, China
Delay Spread Estimation in 4,2GHz Band Using Game Ray Based Method
Propagation Channel Modeling for Transient Communication
Propagation into buildings: Theory vs. measurements
Dmitry Chizhik, Reinaldo A. Valenzuela, Nokia Bell Laboratories, United States; Mauricio Rodriguez,
Rodolfo Feick, Universidad Técnica Federico Santa María, Chile
TH-A4.2A.1011:20
Parameter estimation using SAGE algorithm based on Massive MIMO channel
measurements
Qi Wang, Bo Ai, Ruisi He, Ke Guan, Jianzhi Li, Dan Fei, Beijing Jiaotong University, China
110
Thursday, June 30
TH-SP.2P
Special Session
13:20 - 16:40
Grand Atlantic Salon II
B
Thursday, June 30
TH-UB.1P
13:20 - 15:00
Grand Atlantic Salon III
CubeSat and Small Satellite Antennas
Metasurfaces: Analysis and Design
TH-SP.2P.113:20
TH-UB.1P.113:20
Nacer Chahat, Richard Hodges, Jonathan Sauder, Mark Thomson, NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory,
California Institute of Technology, United States; Yahya Rahmat-Samii, University of California, United
States
Gabriele Minatti, University of Siena, Italy; Francesco Caminita, Enrica Martini, Wave-Up s.r.l, Italy;
Stefano Maci, University of Siena, Italy
Session Co-Chairs: Reyhan Baktur, Utah State University; Yahya Rahmat-Samii, University
of California Los Angeles
Earth Science RADAR CubeSat Deployable Ka-band Mesh Reflector Antenna
TH-SP.2P.213:40
The Mars Cube One Deployable High Gain Antenna
Session Co-Chairs: Stefano Maci, University of Siena; Oscar Quevedo-Teruel, KTH Royal
Institute of Technology
An Adiabatic Floquet Mode Theorem for Metasurfaces
TH-UB.1P.213:40
Complex aperture field generation using tensorial metasurfaces
Richard Hodges, Nacer Chahat, Daniel Hoppe, Joseph Vacchione, NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory,
California Institute of Technology, United States
Mounir Teniou, Hélène Roussel, Sorbonnes Universités, UPMC, France; Nicolas Capet, CNES, France;
Gérard-Pascal Piau, AIRBUS Group Innovations, France; Massimiliano Casaletti, Sorbonnes Universités,
UPMC, France
TH-SP.2P.314:00
TH-UB.1P.314:00
Joshua Kovitz, Vignesh Manohar, Yahya Rahmat-Samii, University of California, Los Angeles, United States
Guido Valerio, Sorbonnes Universités, UPMC, France; Zvonimir Sipus, University of Zagreb, Croatia;
Anthony Grbic, University of Michigan, United States; Oscar Quevedo-Teruel, KTH Royal Institute of
Technology, Sweden
A Spline-Profiled Conical Horn Antenna Assembly Optimized for Deployable Ka-Band
Offset Reflector Antennas in CubeSats
TH-SP.2P.414:20
Antenna Development for Microwave Sounding CubeSats
Modeling Thin Glide-Symmetric Corrugated Metasurfaces With Analytical Methods
TH-UB.1P.414:20
Analysis of Body-Of-Revolution Metasurface Structures
William Blackwell, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Lincoln Laboratory, United States
TH-SP.2P.514:40
Prelaunch Antenna Calibration of CubeSat MMW/SMMW Radiometers with Application to
the PolarCube 3U Temperature Sounding Mission
Zvonimir Sipus, Marko Bosiljevac, University of Zagreb, Croatia
TH-UB.1P.514:40
Design concepts for dual band circular polarization selective structures
Daniel Sjöberg, Lund University, Sweden
Lavanya Periasamy, Albin Gasiewski, University of Colorado Boulder, United States
Break15:00
B
TH-SP.2P.615:20
Deployable Antenna Concepts for CubeSats
Joseph Costantine, American University of Beirut, The University of New Mexico, United States; Youssef
Tawk, Notre Dame University Louaize, The University of New Mexico, United States; Christos Christodoulou,
University of New Mexico, United States
TH-SP.2P.715:40
Examination of Two Types of Quasi Transparent Reflectarray Elements
15:20 - 16:40
Grand Atlantic Salon III
Analysis and Design of Novel Metamaterial-Based Circuits
Session Co-Chairs: Mohammad-Ali Miri, University of Texas at Austin; Inigo Liberal,
University of Pennsylvania
TH-UB.2P.115:20
Isolation, switching and memory based on optomechanical metamaterials
Taha Shahvirdi Dizaj Yekan, Reyhan Baktur, Charles Swenson, Utah State University, United States
Mohammad-Ali Miri, Andrea Alù, The University of Texas at Austin, United States; Ewold Verhagen, FOM
Institute AMOLF, Netherlands
TH-SP.2P.816:00
Broadband Transparent Circularly-Polarized Microstrip Antennas for CubeSats
Xinyu Liu, Jingshen Liu, David R. Jackson, Ji Chen, University of Houston, United States; Patrick Fink,
Gregory Lin, NASA, United States
TH-SP.2P.916:20
Circularly Polarized Meshed Patch Antenna For Cubesats and other Small Sattelites
Thursday, June 30
TH-UB.2P
Brendan Montgomery, Queen’s University, Canada; Symon Podilchak, Heriot-Watt University, United
Kingdom; Yahia M. M. Antar, The Royal Military College of Canada, Canada
TH-UB.2P.215:40
Foster’s Reactance Theorem Implications for Scattering and Cloaking
Francesco Monticone, Andrea Alù, The University of Texas at Austin, United States
TH-UB.2P.316:00
Wheatstone Bridge in Optical Metatronics
Yue Li, Tsinghua University, China; Inigo Liberal, Nader Engheta, University of Pennsylvania, United States
TH-UB.2P.416:20
Experimental Demonstrations of Operational-Amplifier-Based Negative Impedance
Converters (NICs) for Generation of Negative Capacitance
Yasushi Horii, Kenichi Matsumoto, Shoji Yamanaka, Ryohei Tabuchi, Kansai University, Japan
111
Thursday, June 30
TH-A1.1P
13:20 - 15:00
Grand Caribbean Salon I-II
Horn and Rod Antennas
Thursday, June 30
TH-A3.1P
13:20 - 17:00
Grand Caribbean Salon VII-VIII
Fast and Stable Integral Equation Solvers
Session Chair: Nathan Jastram, University of Colorado, Boulder
TH-A1.1P.113:20
Dual X/Ka-band Corrugated Feed Horn for Deep Space Telecommunications
Matthew Bray, Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory, United States
TH-A1.1P.213:40
Gain and H-Plane Beamwidth Stabilized Millimeter Wave Horn Antenna
Conrad Andrews, Nathan Jastram, Dejan Filipovic, University of Colorado Boulder, United States
Session Co-Chairs: Dan Jiao, Purdue University; Francesco Andriulli, Institut Mines-Télécom
/ Télécom Bretagne
TH-A3.1P.113:20
On Computational Complexity of the Multilevel Fast Multipole Algorithm in Various
Dimensions
Mert Hidayetoglu, Weng Cho Chew, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, United States
TH-A3.1P.213:40
TH-A1.1P.314:00
Impact of a PEC Cylinder on the Perfomance of a Wideband Dual-Polarized Quad-Ridge
Horn Antenna
Emmanuel Valentin, Nathan Jastram, Dejan Filipovic, University of Colorado Boulder, United States
TH-A1.1P.414:20
Substrate Intergrated E-plane Horn Antenna
Fast Algorithm for Implementing Spatial Frequency Analysis of Electromagnetic Scattering
Dayalan Kasilingam, Anthony Fascia, Mohammad Ahmad, University of Massachusetts Dartmouth, United
States
TH-A3.1P.314:00
A Broadband ML-FMA for 2-D Periodic Lattices
Michael Wei, Weng Cho Chew, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, United States
TH-A3.1P.414:20
Zhewei Gu, Danyang Huang, Xuan Hui Wu, Qun Zhang, Minnesota State University, United States
TH-A1.1P.514:40
Multilevel Nonuniform-Grid Algorithm for Electromagnetic Scattering Problems
Amir Boag, Tel-Aviv University, Israel; Yaniv Brick, The University of Texas at Austin, United States; Evgeny
Chernokozhin, Tel-Aviv University, Israel; Guido Lombardi, Ladislau Matekovits, Roberto D. Graglia,
Politecnico di Torino, Italy
Improvement of the Radiation and Impedance Performance for the Dielectric Rod Antenna
Zheng Li, Shiqiao Zhang, Junhong Wang, Beijing Jiaotong University, China
TH-A3.1P.514:40
15:20 - 16:40
Grand Caribbean Salon I-II
New HSS-Factorization and Inversion Algorithms with Exact Arithmetic for Efficient Direct
Solution of Large-Scale Volume Integral Equations
Session Co-Chairs: Alexander B. Yakovlev, University of Mississippi; Paolo Rocca, ELEDIA
Research Center, University of Trento
Break15:00
Thursday, June 30
TH-A1.2P
Novel Aperture Antennas
TH-A1.2P.115:20
Miaomiao Ma, Dan Jiao, Purdue University, United States
TH-A3.1P.615:20
A Well Conditioned EFIE for Capacitance Extraction
Kristof Cools, University of Nottingham, United Kingdom; Francesco P. Andriulli, Télécom Bretagne, France
Double-layered Plate-laminated Waveguide Monopulse Comparator in E-band
Xin Xu, Jiro Hirokawa, Makoto Ando, Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan
TH-A3.1P.715:40
TH-A1.2P.215:40
A Nested Compressive Solver for MoM matrices
Mario Alberto Echeverri Bautista, Politecnico di Torino, Italy; Matteo Alessandro Francavilla, Istituto
Superiore Mario Boella, Italy; Per-Gunnar Martinsson, University of Colorado Boulder, United States;
Francesca Vipiana, Politecnico di Torino, Italy
Split Aperture Decoupling Method applied to Multi-beam Pillbox Antennas for Large
Coverage, High Crossover and Low Side Lobe Levels
Karim Tekkouk, Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan; Mauro Ettorre, Ronan Sauleau, IETR-University of
Rennes 1, France
TH-A3.1P.816:00
TH-A1.2P.316:00
Minimal-Rank HSS-Representation with Diagonal Coupling Matrices and Sparse Transfer
Matrices for Solving Electrically-Large Integral Equations
Thomas Potelon, Mauro Ettorre, Ronan Sauleau, Université de Rennes 1, France; Terry Bateman, Jim
Francey, Optiprint AG, Switzerland
TH-A3.1P.916:20
A Low-Profile and High-gain Continuous Transverse Stub Antenna using PCB-Air Hybrid
Technology
TH-A1.2P.416:20
Miaomiao Ma, Dan Jiao, Purdue University, United States
EM Scattering by Electrically Large Inhomogeneous Dielectric Objects - MOM/Power
Series Solution Approach
Sadasiva Rao, Naval Research Laboratory, United States
Circularly polarized waveguide slot antenna array
Wei Wang, Hong-tao Zhang, Mou-Ping Jin, East China Research Institute of Electronic Engineering, China;
Xianling Liang, Shanghai Jiao Tong University, China
TH-A3.1P.1016:40
Efficient Analysis of EM Scattering from 3D High-Contrast Dielectric Objects
Xin Qi, Zaiping Nie, Xiaofeng Que, University of Electronic Science and Technology of China, China
112
Thursday, June 30
TH-A1.3P
13:20 - 17:00
Culebra
Multiport, Array and Broadband Feeds
Session Co-Chairs: Raenita Fenner, Loyola University Maryland; Rafael Rodriguez Solis,
University of Puerto Rico
TH-A1.3P.113:20
Octave-Band Aperture-Stakced Microstrip Antenna Element for Wideband Antenna Arrays
Krzysztof Wincza, Slawomir Gruszczynski, Artur Rydosz, Izabela Slomian, AGH University of Science and
Technology, Poland
TH-A1.3P.213:40
Broadband Dual-Polarized Antenna with High Port Isolation and Polarization Purity
Grzegorz Wolosinski, Vincent Fusco, Queen’s University Belfast, United Kingdom; Pawel Rulikowski,
Alcatel-Lucent Bell Labs, Ireland
TH-A1.3P.314:00
Truly Conical Eleven Antenna: a New Geometry for Applications at High Frequencies
B
Thursday, June 30
TH-UB.3P
13:20 - 17:00
Vieques
Domain-Decomposition and Discontinuous-Galerkin Methods
Session Co-Chairs: Qing Huo Liu, Duke University; Bruno Stupfel, CEA-DAM-CESTA
TH-UB.3P.113:20
An efficient domain decomposition method for the scattering problem from large coated
objects
Mathieu Chanaud, CS, France; Martine Mognot, Bruno Stupfel, CEA-DAM-CESTA, France
TH-UB.3P.213:40
High-order transmission conditions in a domain decomposition method for multilayer
coated objects
Mathieu Chanaud, CS, France; Bruno Stupfel, CEA-DAM-CESTA, France
TH-UB.3P.314:00
Optimization of Wireless Network Configurations in Mine Environments
Weitian Sheng, University of Michigan, United States; Abdulkadir Yücel, Massachusetts Institute of
Technology, United States; Eric Michielssen, University of Michigan, United States
Jian Yang, Miroslav Pantaleev, Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden
TH-A1.3P.414:20
Novel Design of End-fire Dipole Array Antennas
Tianye Ma, Zhen Li, William T. Joines, Duke University, United States; Jianxing Li, Xi’an Jiaotong
University, China
TH-A1.3P.514:40
Mutual Coupling in Aperture-Coupled Patch Antennas Fed by Orthogonal SIW Line
Ali Foudazi, Mohammad Tayeb Ghasr, Kristen M. Donnell, Missouri University of Science and Technology,
United States
Break15:00
TH-A1.3P.615:20
A Multi-Feed Antenna for Antenna-Level Power Combining
Sensen Li, Taiyun Chi, Jong Seok Park, Hua Wang, Georgia Institute of Technology, United States
TH-A1.3P.715:40
Design of Vertical T-Junction Using H-Slot Aperture Coupling for Applications in 60 GHz
Arrays
Carlos Mulero Hernández, Rafael Rodríguez Solís, University of Puerto Rico, Puerto Rico
TH-A1.3P.816:00
SIW Series-Fed Patch Antenna Array Based on Transverse Slot Excitation for MilliMeter
Wave (MMW) Applications
Hussam Al-Saedi, Wael M. Abdel-Wahab, Suren Gigoyan, Safieddin Safavi-Naeini, University of Waterloo,
Canada
TH-A1.3P.916:20
Design of V-Band Substrate Integrated Waveguide Fed Aperture Coupled Microstrip Patch
Array with Beam-Switching Capabilities
Carlos Mulero Hernández, Rafael Rodríguez Solís, University of Puerto Rico, Puerto Rico
TH-A1.3P.1016:40
Phaser-Based Feeding Network for Axial Ratio Bandwidth Enhancement in Circularly
Polarized Antennas
Weiwei Liao, Qingfeng Zhang, Yifan Chen, Rui Wang, South University of Science and Technology of
China, China; Christophe Caloz, Polytechnique Montréal, Canada
TH-UB.3P.414:20
Scalable Full-Wave Algorithms for Signal Integrity Analysis of 3D ICs and Packages
Shu Wang, University of New Mexico, United States; Hongwei Gao, Beijing Institute of Technology, China;
Yang Shao, Zhen Peng, University of New Mexico, United States
TH-UB.3P.514:40
Nodal Discontinuous Galerkin Pseudospectral Time Domain Method Applied to 3D Full
Anisotropic Electromagnetics Simulation
Qiwei Zhan, Qiang Ren, Qingtao Sun, Runren Zhang, Qing Huo Liu, Duke University, United States
Break15:00
TH-UB.3P.615:20
Large-Scale Low-Frequency Electromagnetics Computation by Combining Domain
Decomposition and Spectral Element Methods
Yuanguo Zhou, Naixing Feng, Na Liu, Chunhui Zhu, Xiamen University, China; Qing Huo Liu, Duke
University, United States
TH-UB.3P.715:40
Wave equation based implicit DGTD method for modeling of electrically small problems
Qingtao Sun, Qing Huo Liu, Duke University, United States
TH-UB.3P.816:00
Hybridization of explicit DGTD with implicit TDIE on a Single Boundary for Electromagnetic
Scattering Analysis
Yifei Shi, Ping Li, Hakan Bagci, King Abdullah University of Science and Technology, Saudi Arabia
TH-UB.3P.916:20
A Critical Improvement of the Numerical Mode Matching Method Based on the Spectral
Element Method
Junwen Dai, Qing Huo Liu, Duke University, United States
TH-UB.3P.1016:40
Spacetime Discontinuous Galerkin Finite Element Method for Time Domain
Electromagnetics
113
Reza Abedi, University of Tennessee Space Institute, United States; Saba Mudaliar, Air Force Research
Laboratory, United States
Thursday, June 30
TH-A2.1P
13:20 - 17:00
Icaco
Thursday, June 30
TH-A1.4P
13:20 - 15:00
Palominito
Topics in Waveguides, Graded Index Media and Scattering
Reflector Antennas
TH-A2.1P.113:20
TH-A1.4P.113:20
Sawyer D. Campbell, Donovan Brocker, Jogender Nagar, Douglas Werner, The Pennsylvania State
University, United States
Oscar Borries, Stig Busk Sørensen, Erik Jørgensen, Min Zhou, TICRA, Denmark; Martin Skovgaard
Andersen, Leo Emil Sokoler, Technical University of Denmark, Denmark
Session Chair: Douglas Werner, Pennsylvania State University
Session Chair: Oscar Borries, TICRA
SWaP tradeoffs in the solution space of a hybrid radial-axial achromatic GRIN singlet
TH-A2.1P.213:40
Optical Wavefront Matching as a Multi-frequency Compliment to Transformation Optics
Sawyer D. Campbell, Jogender Nagar, Douglas Werner, The Pennsylvania State University, United States
Large-scale Optimization of Contoured Beam Reflectors and Reflectarrays
TH-A1.4P.213:40
Memory-Efficient, Full-Wave Analysis of Waveguide Scattering Parameters for Multiple
Reflector Feeds Mounted on Electrically Large Satellite Platforms
Peter Meincke, Erik Jørgensen, Oscar Borries, Min Zhou, Niels Vesterdal, TICRA, Denmark
TH-A2.1P.314:00
A New GRIN Lens Design Paradigm Based on Wavefront Matching
Jogender Nagar, Sawyer D. Campbell, Donovan Brocker, John A. Easum, Douglas Werner, The Pennsylvania
State University, United States
TH-A2.1P.414:20
Generalized Modal Analysis of Waveguides and Resonators with Discrete Exterior Calculus
Shu Chen, Weng Cho Chew, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, United States
TH-A1.4P.314:00
Numerical Investigation of Cross Polar Reduction CATR Feed in Dual Linar Polarisation
Lars Jacob Foged, Antonio Riccardi, Andrea Giacomini, MVG, Italy
TH-A1.4P.414:20
Increasing the EIRP by Using FPA-Fed Reflector Antennas
Ali Al-Rawi, Aleksei Dubok, S.J. Geluk, B. P. de Hon, M.H.A.J Herben, Bart Smolders, Eindhoven University
of Technology, Netherlands
TH-A2.1P.514:40
Time Domain Analysis of Coupled-Waveguides with Modal Degeneracies and Gain
TH-A1.4P.514:40
Mehdi Veysi, Mohamed A. K. Othman, Filippo Capolino, University of California, Irvine, United States
Wide-angle scanning reflector configuration for Focal Plane Arrays
Aleksei Dubok, Ali Al-Rawi, M.H.A.J Herben, Giampiero Gerini, Bart Smolders, Eindhoven University of
Technology, Netherlands
Break15:00
TH-A2.1P.615:20
Propagation of New Power Waves On a Complex Impedance Transmission Line
Ronald Johnston, Michal Okoniewski, University of Calgary, Canada
TH-A2.1P.715:40
Electromagnetic Scattering by Inhomogeneous Dielectric and Magnetic Scatterers Using
VIE with a Normalization Basis Function (NBF) Technique
Qiang-ming Cai, Yan-wen Zhao, Li Gu, Zaiping Nie, University of Electronic Science and Technology of
China, China; Qing Huo Liu, Duke University, United States
TH-A2.1P.816:00
Analysis of Multi-Scale Problems From PEC Objects by a Discontinuous Galerkin SIE Based
on Higher Order Hierarchical Vector Basis Functions
Qiang-ming Cai, Yan-wen Zhao, Li Gu, Zaiping Nie, University of Electronic Science and Technology of
China, China; Qing Huo Liu, Duke University, United States
TH-A2.1P.916:20
Properties of the Time-Domain Waveguide Modes
B
Thursday, June 30
TH-UB.4P
15:20 - 17:00
Palominito
Numerical Modeling of Reflector Antennas and Reflectarrays
Session Chair: Reyhan Baktur, Utah State University
TH-UB.4P.115:20
A Fast Transient Analysis of Pulsed Reflector Antennas Via Complex Source Beams
Hsi-Tseng Chou, National Taiwan University, Taiwan; Prabhakar H. Pathak, The Ohio State University,
United States
TH-UB.4P.215:40
Computation of the Radiated Field by a Parabolic Antenna Modeled by NURBS Surfaces
with the Source Placed at its Focus
Francisco Saez de Adana, University of Alcala, Spain
Fatih Erden, Turkish Naval Academy, Turkey; Ahmet Arda Cosan, Oleg A. Tretyakov, Gebze Technical
University, Turkey
TH-UB.4P.316:00
TH-A2.1P.1016:40
Mehdi Veysi, Caner Guclu, Filippo Capolino, University of California, Irvine, United States; Yahya RahmatSamii, University of California, Los Angeles, United States
Transient Scattering from a Metal Cylinder Object: An Analysis of the Movement of Free
electrons
Yu Yin, Jingsong Hong, University of Electronic Science and Technology of China, China
Reflectarrays Creating Orbital-Angular-Momentum Circularly Polarized Conical-Beams for
Mobile Satellite Communication Systems
TH-UB.4P.416:20
A Study of Meshed Patch Reflectarray Unit Cell
Taha Shahvirdi Dizaj Yekan, Reyhan Baktur, Utah State University, United States
TH-UB.4P.516:40
Multi-Physics Simulation of Reflectarray Antennas on Small Satellites
Pranav Devalla, Yashwanth Reddy Padooru, Kelly Morgan, ANSYS, Inc., United States
114
Thursday, June 30
TH-A5.1P
13:20 - 15:00
Palmas
Dosimetry for Electromagnetic Field Exposures
Thursday, June 30
TH-A5.2P
13:20 - 16:40
Ceiba
Planar mm-Wave Antennas
Session Co-Chairs: Cynthia Furse, University of Utah; Kazuyuki Saito, Chiba University
TH-A5.1P.113:20
Evaluation of Human Exposure to a HPM Pulsed Plane Wave
Marta Martínez-Vázquez, Winfried Simon, IMST GmbH, Germany; Stylianos P. Savaidis, Technological
Education Institute of Piraeus, Greece
TH-A5.1P.213:40
VHP-Female CAD Human Model Family for Antenna Modeling
Session Co-Chairs: Raj Mittra, University of Central Florida; Robert Nevels, Texas A&M
University
TH-A5.2P.113:20
Microstrip Fed Broadband mm-Wave Patch Antenna for Mobile Applications
Kun Wang, Jonas Kornprobst, Technical University of Munich, Germany; Thomas Eibert, Technische
Universität München, Germany
TH-A5.2P.213:40
Gregory Noetscher, Janakinadh Yanamadala, Harshal Tankaria, Xavier Jackson, Worcester Polytechnic
Inst., United States; Sara Louie, ANSYS, Inc., United States; Alexander Prokop, CST-Computer Simulation
Technology AG, Germany; Ara Nazarian, Harvard Medical School, United States; Sergey Makarov,
Worcester Polytechnic Inst., United States
Glass Interposer Integrated Dual-Band Millimeter Wave TGV Antenna for Inter-/Intra Chip
and Board Communications
TH-A5.1P.314:00
TH-A5.2P.314:00
The influence of children’s weight on the absorption of electromagnetic fields
Seahee Hwangbo, University of Florida, United States; Aric Shorey, Corning Incorporated, United States;
Yong-Kyu Yoon, University of Florida, United States
Applying Design of Experiments to the Design of 60 GHz Antennas for Off-Body
Communications
Muhammad Qureshi, Yasir Alfadhl, Xiaodong Chen, Queen Mary University of London, United Kingdom
Rubén Delgado, Carlos Mulero Hernández, Rafael Rodríguez Solís, University of Puerto Rico, Puerto Rico
TH-A5.1P.414:20
Temperature Variations for Adults and Child Human Models Inside Elevator Cabin
TH-A5.2P.414:20
Ioanna Karatsi, Sofia Bakogianni, Stavros Koulouridis, University of Patras, Greece
Flat Lens Design Using Space-qualifiable Multilayer Frequency Selective Surfaces
TH-A5.1P.514:40
Shaileshachandra Pandey, Ravi Kumar Arya, The Pennsylvania State University, United States; Raj Mittra,
University of Central Florida, USA and KAU, Saudi Arabia, United States
Mikhail Kozlov, MR:comp GmbH, Germany; Gregor Schaefers, Magnetic Resonance Institute for Safety,
Technology and Research GmbH, Germany
TH-A5.2P.514:40
Influence of the Second Surrounding Tissue on Radio Frequency Induced Power Deposition
Plasma based Integrated On-chip Antenna
Hasan Abbas, Robert Nevels, Texas A&M University, United States
K
Thursday, June 30
TH-UK.1P
15:20 - 16:40
Palmas
Break15:00
TH-A5.2P.615:20
Novel High Gain Printed Log-Periodic Dipole Antenna
Electromagentics for Therapeutic and Rehabilitative Applications
Xin-Rong Li, Mao Ye, Xidian University, China; Qing-Xin Chu, South China University of Technology, China
Session Chair: Susan Hagness, University of Wisconsin-Madison
TH-UK.1P.115:20
Strategies for Monitoring Microwave Ablation of Breast Tumors using Microwave Imaging
TH-A5.2P.715:40
Design of 60 GHz Microstrip Antenna Array Composed through Annular Feeding Line
Ge Zhang, Shi Pu, Zhi-Rui Liu, Wen-Feng Liu, Wuhan University of Technology, China
Luz Maria Neira, Barry Van Veen, Susan C. Hagness, University of Wisconsin-Madison, United States
TH-UK.1P.215:40
Investigation of High-Frequency Microwave Ablation in the Presence of Perfusion
TH-A5.2P.816:00
D-Band Compact and High Gain Pyramid DRA Using Silicon Technology
Enass Usama, Hussein Ghouz, Arab Academy for Science, Technology & Maritime Transport, Egypt;
Mohamed Basha, Zewail City of Science and Technology, Egypt
James F. Sawicki, Jacob D. Shea, Nader Behdad, Susan C. Hagness, University of Wisconsin-Madison,
United States
TH-UK.1P.316:00
Optimization of Magnetic Micro-coils for Neural Stimulation
TH-A5.2P.916:20
60 GHz Omni-directional Loop Antenna with Microstrip Feed
Pragya Kosta, Anil RamRakhyani, Zachary Kagan, Kyle Loizos, Gianluca Lazzi, University of Utah, United
States
TH-UK.1P.416:20
Development of biological tissue sealing device using microwave and radio frequency
current
Kazuyuki Saito, Sho Suzuki, Koichi Ito, Chiba University, Japan
115
Mohammad Hossein Ghazizadeh, Mohammad Fakharzadeh, Sharif University of Technology, Iran
Thursday, June 30
TH-A5.3P
13:20 - 15:00
Siete Mares
Software-defined and Cognitive Radios
Session Co-Chairs: Tapan Sarkar, Syracuse University; John Volakis, The Ohio State
University
TH-A5.3P.113:20
Dual-Band Validation of On-Site Coding Receiver using Ultra-Wideband Antenna Array at
C, X and Ku-bands
B
Thursday, June 30
TH-UB.5P
13:20 - 15:20
Las Croabas
Advances in FDTD Modeling and Applications
Session Chair: Jean-Pierre Berenger, University of Manchester
TH-UB.5P.113:20
New coupling scheme for the hybrid FDTD/FETD method
Qingtao Sun, Qiwei Zhan, Qing Huo Liu, Duke University, United States
Satheesh Bojja Venkatakrishnan, Abe Akhiyat, Elias A. Alwan, John Volakis, The Ohio State University,
United States
TH-UB.5P.213:40
TH-A5.3P.213:40
Naixing Feng, Yuanguo Zhou, Na Liu, Chunhui Zhu, Xiamen University, China; Qing Huo Liu, Duke
University, United States
An Efficient 3D Crank-Nicolson FDTD Method with CFS-PML and Its Applications in LowFrequency Subsurface Sensing
Millimeter Wave Transceivers with Coding Gain for Secure High Data Rate Communication
Dimitrios Siafarikas, Elias A. Alwan, John Volakis, The Ohio State University, United States
TH-A5.3P.314:00
Enhancing Rejection in Cognitive Radio Filtennas using a Reconfigurable Filter+Antenna
Approach
Joshua Kovitz, Yahya Rahmat-Samii, University of California, Los Angeles, United States
TH-A5.3P.414:20
Single Antenna In-Band Full-Duplex Isolation-Improvement Techniques
K. E. Kolodziej, J.P. Doane, B.T. Perry, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Lincoln Laboratory, United
States
TH-A5.3P.514:40
Radio direction finding system for spectrum management activities in developing
countries
Tibisay Sanchez, Cristina Gomez, Universidad Pontificia Bolivariana, Colombia; Gilma Angel Castillo, TES
America Andina Ltda., Colombia; Marlon Patiño Bernal, Universidad Nacional, Colombia
Thursday, June 30
TH-A1.5P
TH-UB.5P.314:00
Application of the Thin Layer Technique to Arbitrary-Shaped Interface between Debye
Materials in the FDTD Method
Kenan Tekbas, Fumie Costen, Jean-Pierre Berenger, University of Manchester, United Kingdom
TH-UB.5P.414:20
A Dissipative Control Approach to Ensure Stability in Advanced FDTD Schemes
Xinyue Zhang, Fadime Bekmambetova, Piero Triverio, University of Toronto, Canada
TH-UB.5P.514:40
Accelerating Electromagnetic Simulations with Human Models through FDTD Subgridding
and CFL Limit Extension
Fadime Bekmambetova, Xinyue Zhang, Piero Triverio, University of Toronto, Canada
TH-UB.5P.615:00
Numerical Estimation of WAIC-band Propagation Characteristics in Aircraft Cabin Using
Large-Scale FDTD analysis
15:20 - 16:40
Siete Mares
Power Dividers and Circulators
Session Chair: Dimitrios Sounas, University of Texas at Austin
TH-A1.5P.115:20
Adjustable millimeter wave in-phase power divider for 5G using a three- line coupler
structure
Emad Al Abbas, Amin Abbosh, University of Queensland, Australia
TH-A1.5P.215:40
Tunable millimeter-wave power divider for future 5G cellular networks
Emad Al Abbas, Amin Abbosh, University of Queensland, Australia
TH-A1.5P.316:00
Investigation of X-band Digital High-Power Circulator-Based Phase Shifter
Yongguang Li, Ru Meng, Qi Zhu, University of Science and Technology of China, China
TH-A1.5P.416:20
Synthesis of Filtering Power Divider With Complex Source and Load Impedances
Xi Yu, Sheng Sun, University of Electronic Science and Technology of China, China
116
Takashi Hikage, Kanji Yahagi, Masami Shirafune, Toshio Nojima, Hokkaido University, Japan; Shunichi
Futatsumori, Akiko Kohmura, Naruto Yonemoto, Electronic Navigation Research Institute, Japan
Thursday, June 30
TH-A1.6P
13:20 - 16:40
Grand Caribbean Salon VI
Thursday, June 30
TH-A4.1P
13:20 - 17:00
Grand Caribbean Salon III
Pattern and Polarization Reconfigurable Antennas
Wave Propagation in Urban and Traffic Environments
TH-A1.6P.113:20
TH-A4.1P.113:20
Session Chair: Stavros Georgakopoulos, Florida International University
Wearable Pattern Reconfigurable Patch Antenna
MS Allocation Using Two BS and Elevation Contour Lines
Sen Yan, Guy A. E. Vandenbosch, KU Leuven, Belgium
Lina Abu Haibeh, Mutah University, Jordan; Ousama Abu Safia, Nahi Kandil, Mourad Nedil, Université du
Québec en Abitibi-Témiscamingue, Canada
TH-A1.6P.213:40
Polarization Switchable Origami Helical Antenna
Shun Yao, Xueli Liu, Stavros Georgakopoulos, Ray Schamp, Florida International University, United States
TH-A1.6P.314:00
Polarization Reconfigurable Circular Patch Antenna with Multiple L-Probes for Biomedical
Application
Wei Lin, Hang Wong, City University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong SAR of China
TH-A1.6P.414:20
A Novel Foldable Mode Reconfigurable Cubic Patch Antenna
TH-A4.1P.213:40
Investigation of the Path Loss Propagation for V2V Communications in the Opposite
Direction
Lorenzo Rubio, Vicent M. Rodrigo-Peñarrocha, Juan Reig, Universitat Politècnica de València, Spain;
Herman Fernández, Universidad Pedagógica y Tecnológica de Colombia, Colombia
TH-A4.1P.314:00
Clustering of Radio Channel Parameters: Evaluation of a Novel Automatic Identification
Algorithm
Shiqi Cheng, Davy P. Gaillot, Martine Liénard, Pierre Degauque, University of Lille 1, France; Maria-Teresa
Martinez-Ingles, Jose-Maria Molina-Garcia-Pardo, Universidad Politécnica de Cartagena, Spain
Xueli Liu, Shun Yao, Stavros Georgakopoulos, Florida International University, United States
TH-A1.6P.514:40
Reconfigurable Antenna Using Shape Memory Polymers
TH-A4.1P.414:20
Variability of Sounder Measurements in Manufacturing Facilities
John Gibson, Stavros Georgakopoulos, Florida International University, United States
Jeanne Quimby, National Institue of Standard and Technology (NIST), United States; Alexandra Curtin,
National Institute of Standards and Technology, United States; David Novotny, National Institue of
Standard and Technology (NIST), United States; Kate Remley, Chih-Ming Wang, Richard Candall, National
Institute of Standards and Technology, United States
Break15:00
TH-A1.6P.615:20
A Novel Pattern Reconfigurable Antenna
TH-A4.1P.514:40
Huan Yang, Yuehui Cui, Ronglin Li, South China University of Technology, China
TH-A1.6P.715:40
Investigation of a Novel Subarray Nullsteering Technique for Distributed Random Arrays
Kristopher Buchanan, Carlos Flores-Molina, Space and Naval Warfare Systems Center, Pacific, United
States
TH-A1.6P.816:00
Pattern Reconfigurable Sparse Array Synthesis with Multiple Measurement Vectors
FOCUSS Method
Fei Yan, Peng Yang, Feng Yang, University of Electronic Science and Technology of China, China; Tao
Dong, Space Star Technology Company, Ltd China, China
TH-A1.6P.916:20
Circularly Polarized “Boxing-Ring” Antenna
Zhen-Yuan Zhang, Da-Cheng Wei, Ke-Li Wu, The Chinese University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong SAR of China
Performance Analysis for Bus-Based Content Downloading Under Rayleigh Fading
Channel
Zhe Wang, Zhangdui Zhong, Minming Ni, Miao Hu, Qi Wang, State Key Laboratory of Rail Traffic Control
and Safety, Beijing Jiaotong University, Beijing, China, China
Break15:00
TH-A4.1P.615:20
Multipath Effect on Off-Body Channel Parametters of a MIMO System Using Patch
Antennas Inside a Mine
Moulay ElHassan ElAzhari, Mourad Nedil, University of Quebec in Abitibi-Temiscamingue, Canada; Ismail
Benmabrouk, Larbi Talbi, University Of Quebec at Outaouai, Canada
TH-A4.1P.715:40
Direction of Arrival Estimation with the Received Signal Strength Gradient at the Lower
VHF Band
Gunjan Verma, Fikadu Dagefu, Brian Sadler, Army Research Laboratory, United States; Kamal Sarabandi,
University of Michigan, United States
TH-A4.1P.816:00
Path Loss Effect on Off-Body Channel Capacity of a MIMO System Using Patch Antennas
Inside a Mine
Moulay ElHassan ElAzhari, Mourad Nedil, University of Quebec in Abitibi-Temiscamingue, Canada; Ismail
Benmabrouk, Larbi Talbi, University Of Quebec at Outaouai, Canada
TH-A4.1P.916:20
Quasi-Stationarity Regions Analysis for Channel in Composite High-Speed Railway
Scenario
Jingya Yang, Bo Ai, Ke Guan, Ruisi He, Qi Wang, Danping He, Beijing Jiaotong University, China; Zhuyan
Zhao, Deshan Miao, Hao Guan, Nokia Siemens Networks, China
TH-A4.1P.1016:40
Small-Scale Fading Characterization for Railway Wireless Channels
Ruifeng Chen, Tianyun Shi, Xiaojun Lv, China Academy of Railway Sciences, China; Qi Wang, Beijing
Jiaotong University, China
117
Interactive Forum
Thursday, June 30, 14:40 - 16:40
Grand Caribbean Ballroom
Session Chair: Djuradj Budimir, University of Westminster
PB.11
PB.12
PB.1
PB.2
PB.3
PB.4
PB.5
PB.6
PB.7
PB.8
PB.9
PB.10
Poster Area B
PA.1
PA.2
PA.3
PA.4
PA.5
PA.6
PA.7
PA.8
PA.9
PA.10
Poster Area A
25
24
26
33
35
32
34
36
PF.14
PF.13
PF.12
PF.11
PF.10
PF.9
PF.8
PF.7
PF.6
PF.5
PF.11
PF.12
PF.13
PF.14
PF.4
PF.3
PF.2
PF.1
41
42
61
62
Poster Area G
Break area
31
PF.1
PF.2
PF.3
PF.4
PF.5
PF.6
PF.7
PF.8
PF.9
PF.10
Break area
23
PD.1
PD.2
PD.3
PD.4
PD.5
PD.6
PD.7
PD.8
PD.9
PD.10
16
PG.10
PG.9
PG.8
PG.7
PG.6
PG.5
PG.4
PG.3
PG.2
PG.1
14
PH.1
PH.2
PH.3
PH.4
PH.5
PH.6
PH.7
PH.8
PH.9
PH.10
12
Poster Area D
Poster Area E
15
Poster Area F
13
Break area
11
PC.10
PC.9
PC.8
PC.7
PC.6
PC.5
PC.4
PC.3
PC.2
PC.1
Poster Area C
Poster Area J
Poster Area I
118
PI.11
PI.12
PI.1
PI.2
PI.3
PI.4
PI.5
PI.6
PI.7
PI.8
PI.9
PI.10
PJ.1
PJ.2
PJ.3
PJ.4
PJ.5
PJ.6
PJ.7
PJ.8
PJ.9
PJ.10
Poster Area H
Thursday, June 30
THP-A5.1P
14:40 - 16:40
Poster Area A
Ultra Wideband Systems
THP-A5.1P.1
Mohamed Elmansouri, Dejan Filipovic, University of Colorado Boulder, United States
Stephen Watt, Elias A. Alwan, John Volakis, The Ohio State University, United States
Connector Fault Interrogation Using UWB Sources
Array Excitation Tracking via NLMS Algorithm
A New Technique for UCA-Based DOA Estimation of Coherent Signals
THP-A1.1P.3
Unmanned Vehicle Autopilot Enabled Smart Phased Array Antenna
Board PA.4
THP-A1.1P.4
Christoph Baer, Christian Schulz, Ilona Rolfes, Thomas Musch, Ruhr-University Bochum, Germany
THP-A5.1P.5
Board PA.5
Reconfigurable UWB Filtennas with Dual Bandnotch for Unwanted Bands using Graphene
based Switches
Waqas Ahmad, Djuradj Budimir, University of Westminster, United Kingdom
THP-A5.1P.6
A New Broadband Frequency-Invariant Beamformer Based On Bessel Function
Performance of Cooperative Communications in Wireless UWB Body Networks
UWB Antenna with Super Bandwidth
Behrouz Babakhani, Satish Sharma, San Diego State University, United States
THP-A1.1P.5
Board PA.6
Board PA.7
Board PA.8
Board PA.9
A Dual Band Notch Planar SWB Antenna With Two Vertical Sleeves On Slotted Ground
Plane
Ali Abbas, Mohamed Abdelazeez, The University of Jordan, Jordan
THP-A5.1P.10
Monopole Antenna with Band Rejection Characteristics
Board PB.5
Synthesis of patterns for monopulse antennas with steering invariant constant beamwidth
by genetic algorithm
Mohamed Abdelazeez, Noor Awad, Ali Abbas, The University of Jordan, Jordan
THP-A5.1P.9
Board PB.4
Dual Null Steering and Limited Beam Peak Steering Using a Triple Mode Microstrip Patch
Antenna
Billel Amouri, Khalida Ghanem, Mohamed Kaddeche, CDTA, Algeria
THP-A5.1P.8
Board PB.3
Colin Sheldon, Marshall Jose, Robert Henrick, Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory, United
States; Jennifer Dumiak, American University, United States
Yang Qian, Junping Geng, Zheng Peng, Yu Yao, Xianling Liang, Ronghong Jin, Shanghai Jiao Tong
University, China
THP-A5.1P.7
Board PB.2
Raed Shubair, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, United States; Abdulrahman Goian, Mohamed
AlHajri, Ahmed Kulaib, Khalifa University, United Arab Emirates
Board PA.3
A Polarimetric, Low Ringing UWB Antenna for Ground Penetrating Radar Operation
Board PB.1
Hua Bai, Ramakrishna Janaswamy, University of Massachusetts Amherst, United States
Cagatay Tokgoz, Sameh Dardona, United Technologies Research Center, United States
THP-A5.1P.4
14:40 - 16:40
Poster Area B
THP-A1.1P.1
THP-A1.1P.2
Board PA.2
Cascaded Network Analysis of a Wideband RF Self-Interference Cancellation (RF-SIC)
Filter for STAR Systems
THP-A5.1P.3
Thursday, June 30
THP-A1.1P
Adaptive, Active and Smart Antennas I
Board PA.1
Realization of Ultra-Wideband Bistatic Simultaneous Transmit and Receive Antenna
System
THP-A5.1P.2
Board PA.10
Mohamed Abdelazeez, The University of Jordan, Jordan
119
Hailin Cao, Zhoujian Chen, Lu Tao, Jing Liu, Chengzhuo Zhu, Yantao Yu, Chongqing University, China; Jing
Fan, The National Astronomy Observatory of China, China
Thursday, June 30
THP-A1.2P
14:40 - 16:40
Poster Area C
Adaptive, Active and Smart Antennas II
THP-A1.2P.1
THP-A5.2P.1
An Efficient GPS/WLAN Antenna for Tablet with Full Metal Housing
Board PC.2
Erica Daly, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, United States; Michael Daly, SPAWAR Systems
Center Pacific, United States; Jennifer Bernhard, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, United States
THP-A1.2P.3
A Pattern Reconfigurable Printed Patch Antenna
Board PC.3
Muhammad Saeed Khan, Riphah International University, Pakistan; Antonio-Daniele Capobianco,
University of Padova, Italy; Sajid Asif, Adnan Iftikhar, Benjamin Braaten, North Dakota State University,
United States; Raed Shubair, Khalifa Univeristy and Massachusetts Institute of Technology, United States
THP-A1.2P.4
An Active and Passive Antenna Pattern Comparison
Board PC.4
Domenico Gaetano, Antonio Manna, Fabrizio Trotta, Marco Bartocci, Egidio Ciacia, Elettronica ELT, Italy;
Vincenzo Stornelli, Giorgio Leuzzi, Leonardo Pantoli, University of L’Aquila, Italy
THP-A1.2P.5
Board PC.5
Dual Polarized Patch Antenna with High Inter-Port Isolation for 1GHz In-Band Full Duplex
Applications
Haq Nawaz, Ibrahim Tekin, Sabanci University, Turkey
THP-A1.2P.6
Board PC.6
Rectenna with Non-linear Adaptive Load Capable of Operating Over a Broad Range of
Input Power Levels
Yifeng Qin, Douglas Werner, The Pennsylvania State University, United States
THP-A1.2P.7
Luneburg Lens Created from Distributed Water Cylinders
Board PC.7
THP-A1.2P.8
Board PC.8
Dual-Channel Radiation Using a Single Double-Asymmetric Periodic Leaky-Wave Antenna
Amar Al-Bassam, RWTH Aachen University, Germany; Simon Otto, IMST GmbH, Germany; Christophe
Caloz, Polytechnique Montréal, Canada
THP-A1.2P.9
High Sectorization Switched Beams for WLAN Applications
THP-A5.2P.2
Board PD.2
A Compact Tri – band Antenna at GPS and WLAN a/b/g Frequencies for Tablet With Full
Metal Housing
Peng Chen, Ping Wang, Guangli Yang, Shanghai University, China; Chow-Yen-Desmond Sim, Feng Chia
University, Taiwan
THP-A5.2P.3
Board PD.3
A Compact Size Dual Band WIFI Antenna Using Existing Components in Smartphone
Jun Hur, Woo Cheol Choi, Young Joong Yoon, Yonsei University, Republic of Korea
THP-A5.2P.4
Board PD.4
A Closed Loop WAN Antenna to Reduce Head and Hand Effects for Mobile Phone
Applications
Ming Cai, Hanyue Xia, Hao Wang, Guangli Yang, Shanghai University, China
THP-A5.2P.5
A Printed Inverted-F Antenna for Circular Polarization
Board PD.5
Takafumi Fujimoto, Takuya Yoshida, Nagasaki University, Japan
THP-A5.2P.6
Board PD.6
Closely Coupled Booster Radiators to Improve OTA Performance of 4G Mobile Handsets
Yu-Jiun Ren, Nan Xu, Jonathan Bringuier, Olivier Robin, Gregory Poilasne, DOCKON INC, United States
THP-A5.2P.7
Board PD.7
A Compact Tunable Capacitive Coupling Element Antenna for LTE Mobile Application
Hao Wang, Yibo Wang, Ming Cai, Guangli Yang, Shanghai University, China
THP-A5.2P.8
GPS, Bluetooth and Wi-Fi Tri-band Antenna on Metal Frame of Smartwatch
Brandon Good, David Roper, Navy, United States
Board PD.1
Ping Wang, Chuansheng Du, Yumei Yu, Jianqi Zhang, Xiaojun Tang, Guangli Yang, Shanghai University,
China
Oliver Norman, Geoff Hilton, Mark Beach, University of Bristol, United Kingdom
Synchronously Tuned Patch for Transmitting FSK
14:40 - 16:40
Poster Area D
Novel Antennas for Mobile Devices
Board PC.1
Measurement of Efficiency Degradation Due to External Detuning of a Tunable Patch
Antenna
THP-A1.2P.2
Thursday, June 30
THP-A5.2P
Board PD.8
Minhwan Jeon, Woo Cheol Choi, Young Joong Yoon, Yonsei University, Republic of Korea
THP-A5.2P.9
A Multiband and Reconfigurable PIFA for Mobile Devices
Board PC.9
Mohamed Aymen El Cafsi, Research Unit: CSEHF,Faculty of Sciences of Tunis University of Tunis El
Manar, Tunisia; Mourad Nedil, School of Engineering School, LRTCS, University of Quebec in AbitibiTemiscamingue (UQAT), Canada., Canada; Lotfi Osman, Ali Gharsallah, Research Unit: CSEHF,Faculty of
Sciences of Tunis University of Tunis El Manar, Tunisia
120
Board PD.9
Fatima AlZahraa Asadallah, Joseph Costantine, American University of Beirut, Lebanon; Youssef Tawk,
Notre Dame University, Lebanon; Firas Ayoub, The University of New Mexico, United States; Christos
Christodoulou, University of New Mexico, United States
Thursday, June 30
THP-A1.3P
14:40 - 16:40
Poster Area E
Mutual Coupling in Antenna Arrays
F
Board PE.1
Low-latency 2D non-line-of-sight positioning using single-anchor magnetoquasistatic
systems
Darmindra Arumugam, NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory, California Institute of Technology, United States
THP-A1.3P.2
Reza Karimian Bahnemiri, Javad Pourahmadazar, Institute of National Research and Scientific (INRS),
Canada; Mourad Nedil, University of Quebec in Abitibi-Temiscamingue, Canada; Tayeb A. Denidni,
Institute of National Research and Scientific (INRS), Canada
THP-A1.3P.3
Board PE.3
Diversity performance of multi-beam Multi-user MIMO phased arrays
THP-UF.2P.1
Genetic Algorithm Inversions for Estimating Evaporation Duct Characteristics
Board PE.4
Jacques Claverie, Ecoles de Ct-Cyr Coetquidan, France; Yvonick Hurtaud, Delegation Generale pour
l’Armement, France
THP-UF.2P.3
Variability of Index of Refraction from Large Eddy Simulations
Board PE.6
Evaluation of Antenna Coupling based on Measurements and Numerical Simulations
Board PE.7
Effect of Mutual Coupling on Ka-band Circularly Polarized Beam Scanning Antenna Array
Xinyi Tang, Xianming Qing, Institute for Infocomm Research (I²R), Singapore; Wei Liu, National University
of Singapore, Singapore; Nasimuddin Nasimuddin, Guohua Zhai, Institute for Infocomm Research (I²R),
Singapore; Zhi Ning Chen, National University of Singapore, Singapore
THP-A1.3P.8
Board PE.8
The Application of Metal-wire Resonators in Sub-wavelength Dual-frequency Array
Huilin Tu, Shao-Qiu Xiao, Xiang Shuai, Qiang Gao, University of Electronic Science and Technology of
China, China
THP-A1.3P.9
Board PE.9
Parallel RLC Equivalent Circuit Based Correlation Coefficient Calculation for MIMO
Antennas
Abdelmoniem T. Hassan, King Fahd University of Petroleum and Minerals, Saudi Arabia; Muhammad
U. Khan, National University of Sciences & Technology, Pakistan; Mohammad S. Sharawi, King Fahd
University of Petroleum and Minerals, Saudi Arabia
THP-A1.3P.10
Board PE.10
Dual-Band Decoupling Method for Two MIMO Antenna Using Trifurcation Elements
Keita Kuriyama, Keisuke Okuda, Chiba University, Japan; Hiroshi Sato, Panasonic Corporation, Japan;
Masaharu Takahashi, Chiba University, Japan
THP-A1.3P.11
Board PF.5
Comparison of RF Predictions Based On Two Numerical Weather Prediction Models and
In-situ Observations in the North Sea
Lars Jacob Foged, Lucia Scialacqua, Andrea Giacomini, Francesco Saccardi, Francesca Mioc, Microwave
Vision Italy, Italy
THP-A1.3P.7
Board PF.4
Tracy Haack, Teddy Holt, Allen Zhao, James Hansen, Zachary Liebowitz, Naval Research Laboratory, United
States
THP-UF.2P.5
Elie BouDaher, Fauzia Ahmad, Moeness Amin, Ahmad Hoorfar, Villanova University, United States
THP-A1.3P.6
THP-UF.2P.4
Board PE.5
Effect of Mutual Coupling on Direction-of-Arrival Estimation Using Sparse Dipole Arrays
Board PF.3
Qing Wang, Naval Postgraduate School, United States; Robin Corey Cherrett, US Navy, United States;
Robert Travis Wendt, Naval Postgraduate School, United States; Shouping Wang, Naval Research
Laboratory, United States; Ted Rogers, SPAWAR Systems Center Pacific, United States; Caglar Yardim, The
Ohio State University, United States
Quantifying Uncertainty in Predictions of RF Sensor Performance
Yantao Yu, Xiaoya Liu, Zhaokai Gu, Lijun Yi, Chongqing University, China
Board PF.2
Analytical approximation of the radio refractivity profile in the presence of an evaporation
duct
Senglee Foo, Huawei Technologies Canada, Canada
Design of a Highly Isolated Two-element Three-frequency Patch Antenna Array
Board PF.1
Stephen E. Penton, Erin E. Hackett, Coastal Carolina University, United States
THP-UF.2P.2
Board PE.2
Free space Mutual Coupling reduction between two SIW antennas at millimeter-wave
frequency
THP-A1.3P.5
14:40 - 16:40
Poster Area F
RF Propagation Supported by Numerical Weather Prediction Models
THP-A1.3P.1
THP-A1.3P.4
Thursday, June 30
THP-UF.2P
Board PE.11
Isolation of Millimeter Wave Antennas over Cylindrical and Rectangular Ground Planes
Nathan Jastram, Dejan Filipovic, University of Colorado Boulder, United States
121
Rick Navarro, Amalia Barrios, Space and Naval Warfare Systems Center, Pacific, United States; Fok
Bolderheij, Joris Derksen, Netherlands Defense Academy, Netherlands; Katherine Horgan, Naval Surface
Warfare Center, Dahlgren Division, United States; Vincent van Leijen, Defense Materiel Organisation,
Netherlands; Robert Marshall, Mount Pleasant Meteorology, United States; Ted Rogers, Space and Naval
Warfare Systems Center, Pacific, United States; Fred Schoonderwoerd, Tjarda Wilbrink, Defense Materiel
Organisation, Netherlands; Earl Williams, Space and Naval Warfare Systems Center, Pacific, United States;
Victor Wiss, Naval Surface Warfare Center, Dahlgren Division, United States
F
Thursday, June 30
THP-UF.3P
14:40 - 16:40
Poster Area G
RF Propagation Modeling
THP-UF.3P.1
Paul Frederickson, Naval Postgraduate School, United States
THP-UF.5P.1
Board PG.3
Eugene Hong, Steven Lane, David Murrell, Air Force Research Laboratory, United States; Christos
Christodoulou, University of New Mexico, United States
THP-UF.3P.4
THP-UF.5P.2
Sina Mashayekhi, David G. Michelson, University of British Columbia, Canada
THP-UF.5P.3
PropBot – An Automated Vehicle for Propagation Data Collection
Interference Between Millimeter Wave Radio Links Due to Rain Scatter
Board PG.5
Board PH.3
David G. Michelson, David Feixo, Aneesh Jaydeep, Homayoun Najjaran, Marie O’Brien, University of
British Columbia, Canada; Donald Wong, Sherry Huang, Babak Assadsangabi, Moovee Innovations, Inc.,
Canada
Preliminary Rain Attenuation Studies for W/V-band Wave Propagation Experiment
THP-UF.3P.5
Board PH.2
Parallel MIMO Channel Sounding with Loosely Synchronous Codes and a Single Channel
Receiver
Board PG.4
Nadine Daoud, Christos Christodoulou, Firas Ayoub, University of New Mexico, United States; Nicholas
Tarasenko, David Murrell, David Hensley, Steven Lane, Air Force Research Laboratory, United States
Board PH.1
Jonathan Pozderac, The Ohio State University, United States; Joel Johnson, Caglar Yardim, The Ohio State
University ElectroScience Laboratory, United States; Craig Merrill, Naval Surface Warfare Center, Carderock
Division, United States; Tom Cook, Tony de Paolo, Myles Syverud, Eric Terrill, Evan Walsh, Eric Gallimore,
Scripps Institution of Oceanography, United States
Board PG.2
Saba Mudaliar, Air Force Research Laboratory, United States; C. P. Vendhan, Indian Institute of Technology
Madras, India; C. Prabavathi, P.O. Box 24467, United States; A. D. Chowdhury, Indian Institute of
Technology Madras, India
Validation of the Mie Theory for Rain Attenuation at 72 and 84 GHz
14:40 - 16:40
Poster Area H
X-Band Beacon-Receiver Phased Array Evaporation Duct Height Estimation
Radiation from Axisymmetric Bodies in Depth-Dependent Shallow Water Ocean
THP-UF.3P.3
Thursday, June 30
THP-UF.5P
Propagation Measurements
Board PG.1
Updates and Validation for the Navy Atmospheric Vertical Surface Layer Model (NAVSLaM)
THP-UF.3P.2
F
THP-UF.5P.4
Board PH.4
Evaporation Duct Refractivity Inversion from EM Propagation Measurements and
NAVSLaM Predictions
Qi Wang, Robert Burkholder, Caglar Yardim, Jonathan Pozderac, The Ohio State University, United States;
Qing Wang, Naval Postgraduate School, United States; Adam Christman, Harindra Fernando, University
of Notre Dame, United States; Ed Creegan, Army Research Laboratory, United States
Keyla Mora Navarro, Emanoel Costa, Pontifícia Universidade Católica do Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
THP-UF.5P.5
Board PH.5
Calibration and Operation of a VNA-Based Distributed Antenna Channel Sounder
Md Humayun Ahmed, Suad Basbug, Siamak Bonyadi Ram, David G. Michelson, University of British
Columbia, Canada
THP-UF.5P.6
Board PH.6
Estimation of the Channel Impulse Response from Scalar Frequency Response Data using
the Hilbert Transform
Sina Mashayekhi, David G. Michelson, University of British Columbia, Canada
122
F
Thursday, June 30
THP-UF.6P
14:40 - 16:40
Poster Area I
RF Propagation in Complex and Urban Environments
THP-UF.6P.1
Board PI.1
Empirical and Simulation based Analysis of Propagation Mechanisms at Low Frequencies
Fikadu Dagefu, Gunjan Verma, US Army Research Laboratory, United States; Jihun Choi, University of
Michigan, United States; Brian Sadler, US Army Research Laboratory, United States; Kamal Sarabandi,
University of Michigan, United States
THP-UF.6P.2
Board PI.2
A new propagation prediction approach based on Ray Launching and Neural Network
techniques for complex environments
Leyre Azpilicueta, Tecnologico de Monterrey, Mexico; Meenakshi Rawat, Karun Rawat, Indian Institute of
Technology Roorkee, India; Fadhel Ghannouchi, University of Calgary, Canada; Francisco Falcone, Public
University of Navarre, Spain
THP-UF.6P.3
Board PI.3
Analysis of Received Signal and Positional Accuracy in an Urban Canyon using Multisystem
GNSS and Multipath Rejecting Antennas
Saeed Khan, Kansas State University, United States
THP-UF.6P.4
Board PI.4
Effect of Building Height Distribution and Terminal Height on Shadow Fading in Suburban
Macrocell Environments
Sina Mashayekhi, Ziqian Wang, David G. Michelson, University of British Columbia, Canada
THP-UF.6P.5
Board PI.5
Characterization of temporal variations through deterministic approaches in vehicular
environments
Leyre Azpilicueta, Cesar Vargas-Rosales, Tecnologico de Monterrey, Mexico; Francisco Falcone, Public
University of Navarre, Spain
123
Author and Session Chair Index
A
Abbas, Ali .................................................................................. 119
Abbas, Hasan ........................................................................... 115
Abbasi, Muhammad Ali Babar �����������������������������������������������76
Abbosh, Amin ............................................................................ 116
Abbosh, Amin (Sess. Co-Chair) ����������������������������������������������72
Abdallah, Mahmoud .................................................................63
Abdallah, Mohammad ...................................................... 43, 75
Abdalla, Mahmoud .............................. 45, 51, 53, 54, 55, 77
Abdalla, Michael ........................................................................53
Abd El-Azeem, Mohamed ������������������������������������������������51, 55
Abdelazeez, Mohamed .................................................38, 119
Abdel Aziz, Ahmed ....................................................................53
Abd El-Hameed, Anwer Sayed ����������������������������������������������55
Abdelnaser, Mohamed ������������������������������������������������������������45
Abdelraheem, Ahmed ................................................................54
Abdelrahman, Ahmed .......................................39, 55, 85, 106
Abdel-Wahab, Wael M. .................................42, 63, 93, 113
Abdipour, Abdolali .....................................................................38
Abdo-Sánchez, Elena ................................................................64
Abdul Ghaffar, Farhan ....................................................... 86, 90
Abedi, Reza ............................................................................... 113
Abhari, Ramesh .................................................................... 46, 90
Aboudina, Mohamed ................................................................70
Abu Haibeh, Lina ..................................................................... 117
Abumunshar, Anas J. ...................................................................90
Abu Safia, Ousama ..........................................................89, 117
Acar, Metin ................................................................................ 107
Achouri, Karim ...................................................................... 48, 88
Acikgoz, Hulusi ............................................................................58
Adams, Jacob ..............................................................................37
Adams, Robert ..................................................................... 46, 86
Adams, Robert (Sess. Co-Chair) ��������������������������������������������86
Adams, Ryan ..............................................................43, 66, 107
Adeyemi, Timi ...............................................................................82
Adhur Kutty, Ajith .........................................................................83
Adrian, Simon ....................................................................86, 109
Adrian, Simon (Sess. Co-Chair) ���������������������������������������������94
Affes, Sofiène ...............................................................................99
Afifi, Islam ......................................................................................99
Afsahi, Majid ...............................................................................51
Afzal, Muhammad Usman �������������������������������������������������������76
Aghanejad, Iman ........................................................................91
Aghzout, Otman .................................................................. 38, 59
Agneessens, Sam ........................................................................77
Aguilà, Pau ...................................................................................83
Aguirre, Erik ...................................................................68, 70, 76
Ahmad, Fauzia .......................................................................... 121
Ahmadi, Hanen ................................................................... 88, 97
Ahmad, Mohammad ............................................................... 112
Ahmad Tahir, Farooq ............................................................... 106
Ahmad, Waleed .........................................................................53
Ahmad, Waqas .................................................................71, 119
Ahmed, Md Humayun ............................................................ 122
Ai, Bo ......................................................................... 47, 110, 117
Aissa, Brahim ................................................................................90
Ait-El-Aoud, Yassine ....................................................................91
Akbari Choubar, Mohammad .................................. 61, 63, 70
Akbari, Mitra ................................................................................90
Akbar, Muhammad ....................................................................55
Akduman, Ibrahim .................................................................... 107
Akhiyat, Abe .............................................................................. 116
Akhtar, M. Jaleel .........................................................................72
Aktulga, Hasan ............................................................................97
Akyurtlu, Alkim ................................................ 38, 51, 60, 69, 91
Akyurtlu, Alkim (Sess. Co-Chair) ������������������������������������� 60, 69
Al Abbas, Emad ....................................................................... 116
AlAjmi, Ayed .................................................................................65
Alam, Mohammad S. .................................................................38
AlAmoudi, Ahmed .................................................................... 110
Alaqeel, Abdulrahman ��������������������������������������������������������������65
Alayón Glazunov, Andrés ...........................................47, 61, 85
Albani, Matteo .................................................................... 48, 80
Albarracin Vargas, Fernando ��������������������������������������������������82
Albasir, Abdurhman ....................................................................83
Al-Bassam, Amar ...................................................................... 120
Albishi, Ali .....................................................................................77
Alfadhl, Yasir .............................................................................. 115
Algaba-Brazlez, Astrid ��������������������������������������������������������������49
Algar, María-Jesús ......................................................................64
AlHajri, Mohamed .........................................................110, 119
Al-Halawani, Moh’d Ghaith ����������������������������������������������������38
Alharbi, Yasir ............................................................................. 110
Alhassoon, Khaled ......................................................................62
Ali, Abdulbaset ..................................................................... 77, 83
Ali, Asad ........................................................................................53
Aliferis, Iannis ...............................................................................72
Ali, Jawad K. ................................................................................63
Ali, Mohammad Ashraf ������������������������������������������������������������83
Ali, Mohammod ......................................... 57, 76, 85, 88, 109
Ali, Mohammod (Sess. Co-Chair) �����������������������������������������93
Ali, Nazar .................................................................................. 110
Ali, Tamer ......................................................................................42
Aljarosha, Alhassan ....................................................................45
Allan, Gregory .............................................................................77
Allard, Bruno ................................................................................63
Allen, Bradley ........................................................................41, 51
Allen, Jeffery .................................................................................86
Allen, Monica ..............................................................................86
Almeida Fechine, Pierre Basilo ������������������������������������������������77
Almoneef, Thamer ............................................................... 63, 75
Almutawa, Ahmad ......................................................................48
Al-Najjar, Mohammed ��������������������������������������������������������������38
Al Noor, Asif ................................................................................40
Al-Ogaily, Fatimah ......................................................................85
Alomainy, Akram ................................................................. 84, 87
Alonso Del Pino, Maria ������������������������������������������������������������92
Al-Rawi, Ali ................................................................................. 114
Al-Saedi, Hussam ...............................................42, 63, 93, 113
Al Shakhs, Mohammed ������������������������������������������������������������69
Alshebeili, Saleh ..........................................................................57
Alsindi, Nayef ........................................................................... 110
Alsolamy, Faris .............................................................................61
Al-Tarifi, Muhannad .............................................................49, 92
Altinoklu, Askin .......................................................................... 105
Altunc, Serhat ...............................................................................57
Altuntas, Mehmet ........................................................................42
Alù, Andrea .......37, 38, 48, 69, 81, 84, 91, 103, 104, 108,
111
Alvarez, Jesus ...............................................................................98
Alvarez Lopez, Yuri .....................................................................87
Alvarez-Melcon, Alejandro .............................................84, 108
Alwan, Elias A. ........................................................ 86, 116, 119
Amani, Navid ...............................................................................59
Amendola, Sara ..........................................................................58
Amin, Moeness ......................................................................... 121
Amin-Nili, Vahid ...........................................................................43
Amira, Abbes ...............................................................................92
Amjadi, Seyed Mohammad ������������������������������������������������� 100
Ammann, Max J. ................................................................. 68, 86
Amouri, Billel ............................................................................. 119
Anagnostou, Dimitris ...................................................................86
Anagnostou, Dimitris (Sess. Co-Chair) ����������������������������������86
Andersen, Martin Skovgaard ����������������������������������������������� 114
Ando, Kengo ................................................................................85
Ando, Makoto ........................................................ 85, 100, 112
Andrews, Conrad ..................................................................... 112
Andriulli, Francesco P. ...........................71, 86, 103, 109, 112
Andriulli, Francesco (Sess. Co-Chair) ��������������������������������� 112
124
Andryieuski, Andrei .....................................................................37
Angel Castillo, Gilma .............................................................. 116
Angevain, Jean-Christophe ��������������������������������������������������� 107
Angulo, Luis ...................................................................................98
Anishchenko, Lesya .....................................................................92
Annese, Luigi ................................................................................50
Anselmi, Nicola ............................................................68, 82, 87
Antar, Yahia M. M. ........................................................104, 111
Antar, Yahya (Sess. Co-Chair) ������������������������������������������������42
Anthony, Theodore K. .................................................................86
Antoniades, Marco A. ....................................................... 66, 76
Antonino-Daviu, Eva ....................................................................37
Antoniou, Panayiota ....................................................................66
Antonsen, Thomas .......................................................................71
Antoranz Alvaro, Javier Eugenio ���������������������������������������������99
Anwar, Putri Santi ..................................................................... 110
Arai, Hiroyuki ................................................................................37
Araque Quijano, Javier Leonardo �����������������������������������39, 94
Argyropoulos, Christos ��������������������������������������������������������������69
Argyropoulos, Christos (Sess. Co-Chair) 48, 69
Ariznabarreta, Alex .....................................................................68
Armiento, Craig ...........................................................................69
Armogida, Andreina ...................................................................79
Arnitz, Daniel ................................................................................87
Aronsson, Jonatan .......................................................................70
Arrawatia, Mahima ....................................................................57
Arslanagic, Samel .......................................................................37
Arslanagic, Samel (Sess. Co-Chair) ��������������������������������������37
Arslanbekov, Robert R. ............................................................ 101
Arumugam, Darmindra ..............................................97, 98, 121
Arumugam, Darmindra (Sess. Co-Chair) 105
Arya, Ravi Kumar ...................................................................... 115
Asaadi, Muftah ..................................................................93, 108
Asadallah, Fatima AlZahraa ������������������������������������������������� 120
Asadchy, Viktar ............................................................................48
Asayama, Shin’ichiro ..................................................................49
Ashoor, Ahmed ............................................................................42
Asif, Sajid .......................................42, 54, 57, 75, 77, 86, 120
Askari, Alex ...................................................................................77
Askarian Amiri, Mikal .................................................................76
Assadsangabi, Babak ............................................................. 122
Assefzadeh, M. Mahdi ������������������������������������������������������������63
Astrain, Jose Javier ......................................................................68
Athalye, Pranav S. .................................................................... 106
Atwater, Harry .............................................................................85
Aubert, Hervé ..............................................................................97
Augustin, Gijo ..............................................................................48
Augusto, Lucian ............................................................................69
Avignon-Meseldzija, Emilie ������������������������������������������������������66
Awadallah, Ra’id .........................................................................86
Awad, Noor .............................................................................. 119
Aydin Civi, Özlem ............................................................... 54, 81
Ayoub, Firas ............................................................. 70, 120, 122
Azadi Namin, Farhad ................................................................62
Azemati, Amir ............................................................................ 101
Azpilicueta, Leyre .............................................. 68, 70, 76, 123
B
Baba, Affan Aziz ........................................................................76
Babakhani, Aydin ........................................................................63
Babakhani, Behrouz ................................41, 76, 90, 109, 119
Baccarelli, Paolo ................................................................. 48, 65
Badawi, Ashraf ............................................................................42
Baderca, Silviu .............................................................................77
Baelemans, Rene ........................................................................75
Baena Amador, María Isabel �������������������������������������������������99
Baer, Christoph ......................................................................... 119
Bagci, Hakan ............38, 65, 71, 86, 87, 91, 101, 102, 113
Bagci, Hakan (Sess. Co-Chair) ����������������������������������������������48
Baghbani Kordmahale, Sina ���������������������������������������������������72
Baghini, Maryam Shojaei ��������������������������������������������������������57
Bahillo, Alfonso ............................................................................68
Bahr, Ryan .....................................................................................58
Bai, Hua ..................................................................................... 119
Baines, Weston ...........................................................................71
Bai, Xudong ...................................................................46, 75, 93
Bakogianni, Sofia ..............................................................84, 115
Bakr, Mohamed ..........................................................................98
Baks, Christian .............................................................................93
Baktur, Reyhan ......................................................108, 111, 114
Baktur, Reyhan (Sess. Co-Chair) ������������������������������� 111, 114
Baladi, Elham ...............................................................................61
Balanis, Constantine A. ..................................... 65, 76, 77, 109
Balanis, Constantine (Sess. Co-Chair) ����������������������������������38
Balasubramaniam, Shanker ��������������������������������������������� 86, 97
Balasubramanian, Manushanker ����������������������������������������� 109
Balderas, Luz I ..............................................................................66
Baniya, Prabhat ...........................................................................85
Ban, Yasumitsu .............................................................................83
Bao, Kun ........................................................................................42
Bao, Yang .................................................................................. 102
Baqar, Asad Husnain .................................................................50
Baquero-Escudero, Mariano ........................... 59, 77, 88, 109
Barani, Navid ..............................................................................53
Baranov, Denis .............................................................................37
Barber, David ............................................................................ 102
Barbuto, Mirko ............................................................59, 81, 103
Barbuto, Mirko (Sess. Co-Chair) ��������������������������������������������59
Bardi, Francesco ..........................................................................70
Baron, William .......................................................................... 109
Barreto, Edwin ..............................................................................89
Barrios, Amalia ......................................................................... 121
Bartocci, Marco ................................................................84, 120
Bartone, Chris G. ................................................................ 56, 84
Basbug, Suad ........................................................................... 122
Basha, Mohamed .............................................................45, 115
Batchelor, John ............................................................................58
Batchelor, John (Sess. Co-Chair) ������������������������������������ 58, 83
Bateman, Terry .......................................................................... 112
Baur, Jeffery ..................................................................................72
Baviskar, Amol ..................................................................... 43, 77
Baviskar, Jaypal Jagdish .................................................... 43, 77
Bayat, Nozhan ............................................................................65
Bayram, Yakup ...................................................................... 47, 77
Beach, Mark ............................................................................. 120
Beaskoetxea, Unai ......................................................................85
Beaverstone, Alexander .................................................... 72, 87
Beccaria, Michele ................................................................... 108
Beckman, Claes ..........................................................................81
Beckman, Claes (Sess. Co-Chair) �����������������������������������������81
Beghein, Yves ...............................................................................86
Behdad, Nader .....39, 51, 69, 70, 78, 80, 85, 92, 93, 115
Behfar, Mohammadhossein �����������������������������������������������������84
Behzadnezhad, Bahareh ���������������������������������������������������������85
Bekasiewicz, Adrian ..................................44, 53, 54, 62, 104
Bekele, Ephrem Teshale ������������������������������������������������������������88
Bekmambetova, Fadime �������������������������������������������������������� 116
Belgiovane, Domenic ......................................................... 43, 56
Belov, Pavel ......................................................... 37, 42, 48, 107
Belyey, Vasyl ................................................................................49
Bencivenni, Carlo ........................................................................68
Benech, Philippe ..........................................................................63
Benmabrouk, Ismail ................................................................. 117
Bennett, Daniel T. ..................................................................... 100
Berenger, Jean-Pierre ............................................................... 116
Berenger, Jean-Pierre (Sess. Co-Chair) ����������������������������� 116
Berenguer, Antonio ...................................................... 49, 59, 88
Berger, Theodore ........................................................................70
Bergmann, José R. .......................................................................98
Bernabeu-Jiménez, Tomás ��������������������������������������������������������67
Bernardo-Clemente, Bernardo ������������������������������������������������59
Bernety, Hossein .........................................................................81
Bernhard, Jennifer ........................................37, 51, 83, 88, 120
Bernhard, Jennifer (Sess. Co-Chair) ������������������������������� 85, 88
Bertolli, Michael ..........................................................................97
125
Bertoneri, Matteo .......................................................................79
Beruete, Miguel .................................................................85, 104
Besieris, Ioannis ...........................................................................81
Betcke, Timo .................................................................................67
Bezerra Sombra, Antonio Sergio �������������������������������������������77
Bhardwaj, Shubhendu ....................................................... 63, 64
Bhattacharya, Dhrubajyoti �������������������������������������������������������42
Bhattacharya, Rajarshi ................................................ 50, 51, 60
Bhattacharyya, Arun ...................................................................82
Bhuiyan, Rashed ..........................................................................85
Bianchi, Davide ................................................................... 60, 61
Bianchi, Ildefonso ........................................................................49
Biegel, Gregor ..................................................................... 94, 99
Bientinesi, Matteo .......................................................................79
Biggi, Matteo ...............................................................................79
Biglarbegian, Behzad ................................................................45
Billade, Bhushan ....................................................................... 105
Bilotti, Filiberto .....................................................59, 81, 84, 103
Bilotti, Filiberto (Sess. Co-Chair) ������������������������������������������ 103
Binion, Daniel ...............................................................................66
Bird, Trevor ....................................................................................85
Birtcher, Craig R. ...............................................................76, 109
Biscontini, Bruno ..........................................................................56
Bisharat, Dia’aaldin J. .................................................................63
Bisognin, Aimeric .........................................................................85
Bisulco, Anthony ..........................................................................50
Biswas, Animesh ................................................... 42, 44, 93, 94
Bito, Jo ...........................................................................................50
Biyikli, Necmi ........................................................................81, 94
Bjorgaard, Jason .........................................................................58
Björninen, Toni ..............................................................58, 83, 84
Björninen , Toni (Sess. Co-Chair) ������������������������������������������84
Black, Richard ..............................................................................49
Blackwell, William ................................................................... 111
Blanch, Sebastian .................................................................... 109
Blanco, Darwin ............................................................................48
Boag, Amir ..................................................... 82, 103, 106, 112
Boag, Amir (Sess. Co-Chair) ���������������������������������������������������67
Bocskor, Timothy ................................................................... 67, 86
Boege, Alexander .......................................................................41
Böhler, Christian Onno �������������������������������������������������������������99
Bohren, Craig ...............................................................................91
Boix, Rafael R. ..............................................................................93
Bojja Venkatakrishnan, Satheesh ����������������������������������������� 116
Bolderheij, Fok .......................................................................... 121
Bolukbas, Deniz .................................................................. 43, 79
Bonache, Jordi .............................................................................83
Bonefačić, Davor ........................................................................53
Bonessio Terzet, Federico ��������������������������������������������������������79
Bonyadi Ram, Siamak ............................................................. 122
Booske, John ................................................................................69
Borderies, Pierre ..........................................................................91
Borgese, Michele ......................................................... 60, 61, 90
Boria, Vicente E. ...................................................................59, 88
Borries, Oscar ........................................................................... 114
Borries, Oscar (Sess. Co-Chair) ������������������������������������������ 114
Bosiljevac, Marko .................................................................... 111
Bossard, Jeremy .................................................................66, 104
Boualleg, Samira .........................................................................43
Bouallegue, Ridha .......................................................................97
Bou-Daher, Elie ............................................................................72
BouDaher, Elie ...................................................................62, 121
Boudaud, Stéphane ...................................................................53
Boulanger, Xavier ........................................................................99
Bourlier, Christophe ................................................................. 109
Boust, Fabrice ...................................................................... 48, 66
Bovesecchi, Gianluigi ................................................................58
Bowen, J.M. .................................................................................88
Bowen, Mark ...............................................................................49
Boyarsky, Michael ......................................................................87
Boybay, Muhammed Said �������������������������������������������������������59
Boyltson, Orion ......................................................................... 100
Bozhevolnyi, Sergey ...................................................................37
Braaten, Benjamin .................42, 54, 57, 59, 75, 77, 86, 120
Bradford, Robyn ..........................................................................72
Brar, Victor ....................................................................................85
Braun, Hans Martin ................................................................. 107
Bray, Matthew ...................................................................59, 112
Breakall, James ............................................................................91
Bregains, Julio ..............................................................................66
Brehm, Thorsten ................................................................... 94, 99
Breinbjerg, Olav ................................................................85, 105
Breinbjerg, Olav (Sess. Co-Chair) �������������������������������������� 105
Bresciani, Daniele .................................................................... 108
Brick, Yaniv .............................................71, 82, 103, 106, 112
Bringi, V. N. ........................................................................98, 102
Bringuier, Jonathan ................................................................... 120
Brocker, Donovan ......................................................77, 78, 114
Brown, Eric ....................................................................................43
Brown, Gary ............................................................................. 101
Brown, Gary (Sess. Co-Chair) ������������������������������������������������88
Brown, Paula R. ......................................................................... 107
Brown, Shannon T. ................................................................... 107
Brown, Trevor ....................................................................... 70, 78
Buchanan, Kristopher .......................................................82, 117
Budimir, Djuradj ......................................................... 71, 93, 119
Buffi, Alice ...........................................................................90, 106
Bui, Do Hanh Ngan ...................................................................63
Bulger, David ...............................................................................61
Bullett, Terence .............................................................................49
Buren, Erik .....................................................................................82
Burghignoli, Paolo .......................................................................65
Burkholder, Robert ..................39, 51, 87, 90, 101, 108, 122
Burokur, Shah Nawaz .....................................................53, 107
Busani, Tito ....................................................................................41
Buta, Adrian .................................................................................77
Buttazzoni, Giulia ........................................................................68
Butt, Muhammad Fasih Uddin �������������������������������������������������83
Byrne, Benedikt ............................................................................88
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Cabedo-Fabrés, Marta ������������������������������������������������������������37
Cabello, Miguel ..........................................................................98
Cable, Vaughn ............................................................................85
Caccami, Maria Cristina ����������������������������������������������������������90
Caglayan, Cosan .......................................................................45
Cai, Guoxiong .............................................................................69
Cai, Ming .................................................................................. 120
Cai, Qiang-ming ...............................................................60, 114
Cai, Xiuzhang ..............................................................................55
Caizzone, Stefano ......................................................................81
Caloz, Christophe ..........40, 41, 48, 57, 88, 102, 103, 110,
113, 120
Caloz, Christophe (Sess. Co-Chair) ��������������������������������������40
Calviño Dopazo, Francisco Jose ��������������������������������������������99
Camacho-Peñalosa, Carlos �����������������������������������������������������64
Camacho Ruiz, Alberto ������������������������������������������������������������81
Camilo, Franz ...............................................................................82
Caminita, Francesco ................................41, 48, 79, 103, 111
Campbell, Sawyer D. ....................................... 62, 70, 77, 114
Campbell, Sawyer (Sess. Co-Chair) �������������������������������������62
Candall, Richard ...................................................................... 117
Canete-Rebenaque, David ������������������������������������������������������40
Cangellaris, Andreas ..................................................................71
Cao, Hailin ................................................................. 48, 59, 119
Cao, Thanh Nghia ..................................................................... 44
Cao, Ying S. .................................................................................62
Capek, Miloslav .................................................................. 37, 51
Capet, Nicolas ..................................................................88, 111
Capobianco, Antonio-Daniele ��������������������������������������54, 120
Capolino, Filippo ..........................48, 63, 66, 108, 110, 114
Capolino, Filippo (Sess. Co-Chair) ����������������������������������������63
Cappellin, Cecilia .................................................................... 107
Carayol, Quentin ........................................................................60
Cardona, Narcis ............................................................... 57, 110
126
Carlsson, Jan ................................................................................47
Carluccio, Giorgio ...............................................................39, 85
Casaletti, Massimiliano .........................................97, 104, 111
Castaldi, Giuseppe .......................................................... 77, 104
Castanet, Laurent .........................................................................99
Castedo, Luis ................................................................................66
Castelli, Juan Carlos ...................................................................91
Castillo, Jonathan ........................................................................78
Casu, Mario .............................................................................. 107
Cataño Ochoa, Daniel ������������������������������������������������������������46
Catedra, Felipe ............................................................................64
Cavallo, Daniele .........................................................................39
Cavdar, Cicek .............................................................................81
Ceccuzzi, Silvio ...........................................................................48
Cencich, Thomas .........................................................................56
Cendes, Zoltan ............................................................................65
Cerveny, Michal ....................................................................... 110
Cetiner, Bedri A. ........................................................... 49, 81, 94
Ceylan, Ozlem .....................................................................81, 94
Chacko, Bybi P. ................................................................... 48, 83
Chagas do Nascimento, Daniel �������������������������������������49, 67
Chahat, Nacer ......................................................................... 111
Chakrabarti, Amlan ....................................................................92
Chamanara, Nima ..............................................................41, 48
Chamok, Nowrin ........................................................................76
Champion, Michelle ........................................................68, 105
Chanaud, Mathieu .................................................................. 113
Chan, Chi-Hou .............................................................................63
Chandrashekhar, MVS �������������������������������������������������������������88
Chang, Da-Chiang .....................................................................44
Chang, Hsieh-Chi .......................................................................82
Chang, Jinjia .................................................................................76
Chang, Le .....................................................................................49
Chang, Ming-Hsuan ............................................................... 104
Chang, Ruinan .............................................................................71
Chan, Wen-Chih .........................................................................54
Chatterjee, Ayan .........................................................................48
Chatterjee, Deb ................................... 38, 43, 51, 69, 91, 100
Chatterjee, Deb (Sess. Co-Chair) ������������������������������������������91
Chattopadhyay, Goutam ...................................................41, 92
Chattopadhyay, Goutam (Sess. Co-Chair) 45, 92
Chattoraj, Neela .........................................................................89
Chaudhary, Raghvendra ����������������������������������������������������������45
Chaudhuri, Sujeet ........................................................................61
Chaugule, Asmita ........................................................................72
Chau, Kenneth ......................................................................69, 91
Chazelas, Jean ......................................................................... 104
Cheema, Hammad M. ........................................................... 106
Chen, Chang ....................................................................... 56, 93
Chen, Chi-Chih ............................................................. 43, 47, 56
Chen, Chi-Chih (Sess. Co-Chair) ������������������������������������41, 47
Chen, F.-C. ....................................................................................88
Cheng, Dun-Yuan ........................................................................79
Chen, Geng .................................................................................89
Cheng, George .................................................................79, 100
Cheng, Jie .....................................................................................97
Cheng, Jin .....................................................................................86
Cheng, Qiao ................................................................................87
Cheng, Shiqi ............................................................................. 117
Chen, Guanbo ......................................................................... 106
Cheng, Yongtao ....................................................................... 102
Cheng, You-Feng .........................................................................60
Chen, Hao ................................................................................. 106
Chen, Hao-Hui ............................................................................91
Chen, Horng-Dean .................................................................. 104
Chen, Huan ..................................................................................48
Chen, I-Fong ......................................................................... 38, 51
Chen, Ji .........................................................................46, 77, 111
Chen, Jiefu ..................................................................... 39, 71, 81
Chen, Jingfeng .............................................................................66
Chen, Keng-Hsien .......................................................................54
Chen, Li-li .......................................................................................60
Chen, Menglin L.N. .............................................................41, 59
Chen, Nan-Wei ...........................................................................79
Chen, Pai-Yen .........................................................38, 62, 91, 92
Chen, Pai-Yen (Sess. Co-Chair) ........................ 46, 62, 84, 92
Chen, Peng ................................................................................ 120
Chen, Qiang ................................................................................39
Chen, Ruifeng ............................................................................ 117
Chen, Shengjian Jammy �������������������������������������������������������� 104
Chen, Shih-Yuan .................................................................. 50, 76
Chen, Shu .................................................................................. 114
Chen, Shuguang ...........................................................59, 67, 86
Chen, Siyan ............................................................................... 109
Chen, Weidong ..........................................................................56
Chen, Wen Jie ......................................................................39, 67
Chen, Xiaodong .............................................................105, 115
Chen, Xu ........................................................................................71
Chen, Yao-Jiu ............................................................................ 108
Chen, Yifan .......................................................63, 84, 110, 113
Chen, Yikai ...................................................................................66
Chen, Yongpin P. ..................................................44, 46, 60, 71
Chen, Zhijiao ............................................................................ 105
Chen, Zhi Ning ......................................................... 40, 83, 121
Chen, Zhizhang (David) ....................................................61, 64
Chen, Zhoujian ......................................................................... 119
Cherian, Philip ..............................................................................87
Chernokozhin, Evgeny ............................................................ 112
Cherrett, Robin Corey ............................................................. 121
Chew, Weng Cho .........44, 46, 51, 67, 88, 109, 110, 112,
114
Chew, Weng Cho (Sess. Co-Chair) ���������������������������44, 109
Chiang, Tsun-Chieh .....................................................................41
Chiao, J.-C. ...................................................................................80
Chinnasamy, Chins .....................................................................62
Chio, Tan-Huat .............................................................................58
Chiotellis, Nikolaos .....................................................................80
Chi, Pei-Ling ..................................................................................45
Chipengo, Ushemadzoro ������������������������������������������������������ 103
Chi, Taiyun ................................................................................. 113
Chiu, Chi-Yuk ........................................................................ 40, 43
Chiu, Tsenchieh ............................................................................44
Chivers, Benjamin ..................................................................... 104
Chizhik, Dmitry .......................................................................... 110
Choi, Il-Do .............................................................................. 47, 81
Choi, Jihun ........................................................53, 78, 106, 123
Choi, Jun H. (Brandon) ...............................................45, 60, 83
Choi, Woo Cheol .................................................................... 120
Cho, Keizo ....................................................................................67
Chou, Hsi-Tseng .......................................................79, 108, 114
Chouireb, Fatima .........................................................................92
Chowdhury, A. D. .................................................................... 122
Chowdhury, Masud ...................................................................51
Christman, Adam ...................................................................... 122
Christodoulides, Demetrios ������������������������������������������������������80
Christodoulou, Christos ......41, 63, 64, 70, 71, 79, 94, 110,
111, 120, 122
Christodoulou, Christos (Sess. Co-Chair) 70
Chrysler, Andrew .........................................................................58
Chtcherbakov, Vladimir �������������������������������������������������������������75
Chu, Hongjun ...............................................................................54
Chung, Youchung ........................................................................58
Chun, Young Jin ........................................................................ 110
Chu, Qing-Xin ...................................................57, 59, 109, 115
Ciacia, Egidio ........................................................................... 120
Ciampalini, Chiara .....................................................................79
Ciccia, Simone ............................................................................94
Cicero, Cooper .................................................................66, 104
Clauzier, Sebastien .................................................................. 104
Claverie, Jacques ..................................................................... 121
Clemente, Antonio ............................................................70, 108
Colditz, Paul .................................................................................94
Coldwell, Charles .......................................................................87
Coleman, Todd ............................................................................58
Collins, P. .......................................................................................56
Comberiate, Thomas ...........................................................39, 98
127
Comblet, Fabrice .........................................................................91
Conley, Robert .............................................................................82
Conroy, James .............................................................................76
Consales, Marco ..................................................................... 104
Constantinou, Costas .............................................................. 108
Conway, Gareth ...................................................................... 110
Cook, Tom ................................................................................. 122
Cools, Kristof ........................................................... 86, 103, 112
Cools, Kristof (Sess. Co-Chair) �����������������������������������������������67
Coppa, Paolo ..............................................................................58
Correa, Juan C. ........................................................................ 100
Correas-Serrano, Diego ..................................................84, 108
Corucci, Alessandro .........................................................94, 110
Coşan, Ahmet Arda ................................................................. 114
Cosker, Mathieu ..........................................................................71
Costa, Emanoel ........................................................................ 122
Costa, Filippo .............................................. 60, 61, 79, 90, 110
Costa, Jorge R. ..................................................................84, 108
Costa, Jorge (Sess. Co-Chair) �������������������������������������������� 108
Costantine, Joseph ....................41, 63, 64, 70, 79, 111, 120
Costanzo, Alessandra ......................................................66, 100
Costen, Fumie ........................................................................... 116
Cotton, Simon ........................................................................... 110
Couch, Amanda ....................................................................... 104
Couderc, Orian ...........................................................................79
Couture, Simon ............................................................................71
Creegan, Ed .............................................................................. 122
Crego-García, Marcos ������������������������������������������������������������99
Crépin, Thomas ...........................................................................48
Crescitelli, Alessio .................................................................... 104
Croskrey, Caitlin ..........................................................................82
Čučkov, Filip .................................................................................94
Cueille, Marylène .......................................................................64
Cuiñas, Iñigo ................................................................................99
Cui, Tiejun .....................................................................................47
Cui, Yuehui .................................................................. 55, 59, 117
Curran, Joseph .............................................................................77
Curtin, Alexandra ..................................................................... 117
Cusano, Andrea ................................................................ 77, 104
Cutolo, Antonello ..................................................................... 104
Cuttaia, Francesco ......................................................................92
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Dagefu, Fikadu ..................................................... 106, 117, 123
Dahle, Reena ...............................................................................71
Dahon, Cyril .................................................................................97
Dai, Junwen ..............................................................65, 102, 113
Dai, Qi ....................................................................................51, 67
Dalal, Nand .................................................................................50
Daly, Erica ................................................................................. 120
Daly, Michael ....................................................................99, 120
Damiano, Nicholas ....................................................................94
Damman, Rafid ......................................................................... 109
Dana, Roger .................................................................................82
Danchesi, Christophe .................................................................53
Dang, Xunwang ........................................................................ 105
Daniel, Luca ............................................................................... 107
Danklmayer, Andreas ......................................................... 94, 99
Danklmayer, Andreas (Sess. Co-Chair) ��������������������������������94
Daoud, Nadine ........................................................................ 122
Daout, Franck ...............................................................................91
Dardona, Sameh .................................................... 70, 100, 119
Daryoush, Afshin ..........................................................................62
Das, Nirod ....................................................................................75
Davis, Michael M. ......................................................................49
Dawood, Muhammad ��������������������������������������������������������������65
de Alencar, Marcelo Sampaio �����������������������������������������������94
Deck-Léger, Zoé-Lise ................................................................ 102
Decrossas, Emmanuel ................................................................92
De, Debajit ...................................................................................89
De Flaviis, Franco ..............................................................63, 108
Degauque, Pierre ..................................................................... 117
Degiorgi, Marco .........................................................................79
Deguchi, Hiroyuki ................................................................ 40, 93
de Hon, B. P. ............................................................................. 114
de Kat, Jean .................................................................................91
De La Cruz, Leonard M. �����������������������������������������������������������86
de León, Pablo .............................................................................84
Delgado, Rubén ....................................................................... 115
Della Giovampaola, Cristian ................................. 65, 88, 104
DeLong, Brock .............................................................................50
Del Prete, Massimo .................................................................. 100
de Lustrac, André ...............................................................53, 107
de Miranda Cardoso, Jose Vinicius ���������������������������������������94
Demir, Oguz ..........................................................................39, 60
Demir, Veysel ................................................................................98
Deng, Changjiang ......................................................................55
Deng, En .......................................................................................45
Deng, Hai ......................................................................63, 64, 98
Deng, Hai (Sess. Co-Chair) ����������������������������������������������������63
Deng, Li ................................................................................. 40, 44
Deng, Ruyuan ...............................................................................93
Denidni, Tayeb A. ................ 41, 47, 48, 83, 89, 90, 94, 121
Denidni, Tayeb (Sess. Co-Chair) ��������������������������������������������94
Denisov, Alexander ............................................55, 89, 92, 107
Denisov, Oleksandr ............................................................ 42, 44
de Paolo, Tony .......................................................................... 122
Derksen, Joris ............................................................................ 121
De Roo, Roger .............................................................................98
de Rosa, Adriano ........................................................................92
De Sabata, Aldo .........................................................................77
Desmal, Abdulla .................................................................. 65, 87
Devalla, Pranav ........................................................................ 114
De Villiers, Dirk .............................................................................46
Devroye, Natasha ......................................................................50
Dey, Abhishek ........................................................................... 106
De Zutter, Daniel .........................................................................98
Diao, Junming ........................................................................49, 75
Dib, Nihad ............................................................................ 54, 62
Dicandia, Francesco Alessio ...........................40, 51, 90, 110
Diet, Antoine .................................................................................84
di Giorgio, Anna Maria �����������������������������������������������������������92
Dikmen, Fatih ............................................................................. 105
Ding, Jun ..............................................................................69, 104
Ding, Kung-Hau ........................................................................ 101
Ding, Xiao ............................................................................. 46, 60
Dinoi, Libero .................................................................................75
Diomedi, Kevin .......................................................................... 101
Di Palma, Luca .......................................................................... 108
Dittrich, Manuel ........................................................................ 108
Djaiz, Azzedine ...........................................................................90
Dmitriev, Victor .............................................................................84
Doane, J.P. ................................................................................. 116
Dobsicek Trefna, Hana �������������������������������������������������������������92
Dogan, Mesut ..............................................................................50
Dong, Liang ..................................................................................48
Dong, Tao .................................................................................. 117
Donnell, Kristen M. ................................................... 38, 61, 113
Donohoe, Patrick .........................................................................98
Dor, Eran .......................................................................................44
Dorsey, William ...........................................................................68
Douglas, Jack ........................................................................69, 99
Doyle, Derek ................................................................................79
Dreher, Achim ...............................................................................81
Drysdale, Timothy D. ...................................................................83
Duan, Hanlin ................................................................................46
Duan, Lei .......................................................................................92
Duan, Luyang ...............................................................................97
Dubard, Jean-Lou .........................................................................64
Dubois-Fernandez, Pascale ������������������������������������������������������91
Dubok, Aleksei .......................................................................... 114
Dubok, Aleksei (Sess. Co-Chair) ����������������������������������������� 107
Du, Bozhou ...................................................................................93
Dubucq, Dominique ....................................................................91
Duchesne, Luc ..............................................................................88
128
Du, Chuansheng ....................................................................... 120
Duman, Onurhan .........................................................................42
Dumiak, Jennifer ........................................................................ 119
Duncan, Kate J. ......................................................................... 100
Dunn, Eric ......................................................................................97
Dunning, Alex ...............................................................................49
Dupree, Neal ...............................................................................76
Dural, Gulbin ................................................................................39
Duran, Juan ................................................................................ 105
Durbhakula, Kalyan .............................................................51, 69
Durgin, Gregory ..........................................................................55
Durgun, Ahmet C. ........................................................................77
Dusenbury, Joe ............................................................................76
Dussopt, Laurent ........................................................................ 108
Duwel, Amy ..................................................................................60
Du, Zhengwei ..............................................................................78
E
Easum, John A. ........................................................... 62, 71, 114
Ebrahimpouri, Mahsa .......................................................76, 108
Echeverri Bautista, Mario Alberto ��������������������������������������� 112
Ederra, Iñigo ..........................................................................41, 92
Egawa, Hiroyuki ..........................................................................51
Eibert, Thomas .......................................... 43, 46, 86, 109, 115
Elayan, Hadeel ............................................................................84
El Azhari, Moulay .......................................................................45
ElAzhari, Moulay ElHassan �������������������������������������������������� 117
El Badawe, Mohamed ...................................................... 63, 75
El Cafsi, Mohamed Aymen �������������������������������������������������� 120
Eleftheriades, George V. .................................................41, 103
Elfrgani, Aseim .............................................................................67
Elmansouri, Mohamed ...................................... 56, 57, 88, 119
Elmarissi, Wahid ..........................................................................81
Elnaggar, Sameh ................................................................. 78, 88
Elsaieed, Abdallah .....................................................................54
El-Sayed, El-Deek ........................................................................49
Elsewe, Mohamed .............................................................. 38, 51
Elsherbeni, Atef ............................................................................98
Emrich, Anders .......................................................................... 105
Encinar, Jose A. ..................................................................93, 108
Encinar, Jose A. (Sess. Co-Chair) ���������������������������������93, 108
Enders, Michael ..........................................................................60
Engheta, Nader ........................................... 65, 103, 110, 111
England, Anthony ........................................................................98
Entesari, Kamran ..........................................................................72
Epstein, Ariel .......................................................................41, 103
Epstein, Ariel (Sess. Co-Chair) ������������������������������������������������48
Erden, Fatih ................................................................................ 114
Ergül, Özgür S. .......................................................... 46, 82, 105
Erickson, Neal .............................................................................49
Ericsson, Andreas ........................................................................87
Eroglu, Abdullah .................................................................. 38, 90
Erricolo, Danilo .................................................................... 50, 65
Ershadi, Seyyedehelnaz �����������������������������������������������������������55
Erturk, Vakur Behcet ....................................................................82
Eshaghi, Armaghan ....................................................................51
Eshrah, Islam A. ................................................................... 42, 70
Esparza-Aguilar, Trinidad ���������������������������������������������������������69
Esposito, Emanuela .................................................................. 104
Esselle, Karu P. ........................................48, 56, 61, 76, 77, 94
Etellisi, Ehab .......................................................................... 56, 88
Ettorre, Mauro ..........42, 48, 49, 61, 80, 82, 104, 105, 112
Ettorre, Mauro (Sess. Co-Chair) ��������������������������������������61, 80
Euziere, Jerome ............................................................................66
Eyraud, Christelle ........................................................................91
F
Fabbro, Vincent ............................................................................99
Faenzi, Marco .............................................................................79
Fakharzadeh, Mohammad .......................43, 45, 63, 87, 115
Falcone, Francisco ......................38, 59, 65, 68, 70, 76, 123
Falcone, Francisco (Sess. Co-Chair) �������������������������������������70
Fallacara, James ..........................................................................94
Fall, Mandiaye ............................................................................97
Fang, Da-Gang ...........................................................................66
Fang, Houfei .......................................................................93, 108
Fang, Yuan ..........................................................................65, 102
Fang, Yunnan ...............................................................................77
Fan, Jin ...........................................................................................59
Fan, Jing ...................................................................................... 119
Farahani, Mohammadmahdi ��������������������������������������������41, 89
Fargeot, Sylvie .............................................................................91
Farhat, Mohamed ............................................................... 38, 91
Farley, Bryan ............................................................................. 104
Fascia, Anthony ........................................................................ 112
Fathy, Aly E. ............................................................43, 77, 80, 92
Fazel-Rezai, Reza ........................................................................84
Feick, Rodolfo ............................................................................ 110
Fei, Dan ...................................................................................... 110
Feixo, David .............................................................................. 122
Felício, João M. ...........................................................................84
Feng, Li Ying .................................................................................42
Feng, Naixing .................................................................113, 116
Feng, Zhenghe .....................................................................49, 55
Fenner, Raenita ............................................................................99
Fenner, Raenita (Sess. Co-Chair) ���������������������������������������� 113
Fenni, Ines ........................................................................... 97, 102
Feresidis, Alexandros ............................................................... 108
Fernandes, Carlos A. .......................................................84, 108
Fernández González, José Manuel ��������������������������������������88
Fernández, Herman ................................................................. 117
Fernando, Harindra ................................................................. 122
Ferrando-Bataller, Miguel ........................................... 37, 67, 77
Ferrando-Bataller, Miguel (Sess. Co-Chair) 49
Ferrando-Rocher, Miguel ....................................................49, 59
Ferreira, Fernando .......................................................................80
Ferrell, Jack ...................................................................................97
Ferrero, Fabien .............................................................. 53, 71, 94
Ferrero, Fabien (Sess. Co-Chair) �������������������������������������������94
Figotin, Alexander .......................................................................66
Filipovic, Dejan ........ 41, 49, 51, 53, 56, 57, 59, 64, 88, 92,
112, 119, 121
Finch, Michael .............................................................................84
Finger, Ricardo .............................................................................49
Fink, Patrick ................................................................................ 111
Firoozy, Nariman ..................................................................... 102
Flamini, Roberto ...........................................................................56
Fleischman, Aaron J. ...................................................................84
Florencio, Rafael ..........................................................................93
Flores-Molina, Carlos .............................................................. 117
Flygare, Jonas ........................................................................... 105
Focardi, Paolo ........................................................................... 107
Focardi, Paolo (Sess. Co-Chair) ������������������������������������������ 107
Foged, Lars Jacob ........................................ 39, 105, 114, 121
Foglia Manzillo, Francesco �����������������������������������������������������49
Foltz, Heinrich ..............................................................................57
Fonseca, Nelson J. G. ...........................................82, 105, 108
Fontana, Nunzia .........................................................................79
Fontgalland, Glauco ..................................................................77
Foo, Senglee ............................................................................. 121
Forati, Ebrahim .............................................................................41
Foroozesh, Alireza ......................................................................46
Foroughian, Farnaz .....................................................................77
Forouzmand, Ali ...........................................................................38
Forsberg, Per ............................................................................. 105
Förster, Jörg ........................................................................... 94, 99
Fortinberry, Jarrod .......................................................................79
Fouad, Mona ...............................................................................70
Foudazi, Ali .........................................................................38, 113
Fourmann, Jérémie ......................................................................97
Francavilla, Matteo Alessandro ������������������������������������71, 112
Franceschetti, Giorgio ............................................................. 110
Francey, Jim ............................................................................... 112
Franchina, Vittorio ........................................................................41
129
Frank, Geoffrey ............................................................................72
Franklin, Rhonda ..........................................................................48
Frasch, Jonathan ..........................................................................99
Fraysse, Jean-Philippe .............................................................. 105
Frederickson, Paul .................................................................... 122
Freni, Angelo .............................................................. 39, 80, 100
Freni, Angelo (Sess. Co-Chair) �����������������������������������������������39
Frías, Carlos .................................................................................64
Frid, Henrik ...................................................................................41
Frigon, Jean-Francois ..................................................................70
Fujieda, Kan .................................................................................51
Fujimoto, Takafumi .................................................................... 120
Fumeaux, Christophe ................................................ 40, 72, 104
Fumeaux, Christophe (Sess. Co-Chair) �����������������������72, 104
Furse, Cynthia ...............................................................................58
Furse, Cynthia (Sess. Co-Chair) ������������������������������������������� 115
Fuscaldo, Walter .........................................................................80
Fusco, Vincent ....................................................................88, 113
Fu, Sidi ...........................................................................................71
Futatsumori, Shunichi ................................................................ 116
Fu, Yanzhi ......................................................................................54
G
Gaafar, Abdel Hamid ...............................................................77
Gabard, Benjamin ......................................................................48
Gabert, Scott ............................................................................ 101
Gaetano, Domenico ........................................................84, 120
Gaffar, Md ...................................................................................69
Gagnon, Austin ................................................................... 38, 90
Gaillot, Davy P. ...............................................................110, 117
Galdi, Vincenzo ......................................................77, 104, 110
Galdi, Vincenzo (Sess. Co-Chair) ��������������������������������66, 110
Galli, Alessandro ................................................................ 65, 80
Gallimore, Eric .......................................................................... 122
Gallus, Michael ...........................................................................99
Galoić, Andrej .............................................................................53
Gamez, Erik .......................................................................... 65, 68
Gammoudi, Iyadh .......................................................................90
Ganguly, Amlan ..........................................................................45
Ganguly, Prapti ............................................................................92
Gan, Hui ................................................................................51, 67
Gao, Hongwei ......................................................................... 113
Gao, Hong-Wei ..........................................................................39
Gao, Meng ..................................................................................69
Gao, Qiang .................................................42, 46, 75, 87, 121
Gao, Shuang ............................................................................ 102
Gao, Yue ....................................................................... 37, 40, 44
Gao, Yue (Sess. Co-Chair) ������������������������������������������������������40
Garboczi, Edward ...............................................................69, 99
García Fernández, Maria ��������������������������������������������������������87
Garcia Fernandez, Santiago ��������������������������������������������������99
García González, Cebrián �����������������������������������������������������87
Garcia Naya, Jose Antonio ����������������������������������������������������66
Garcia-Pardo, Concepcion ������������������������������������������������������57
Garcia, Salvador G. ..................................................................98
Garcia Sanchez, Manuel ��������������������������������������������������������99
Garcia-Serna, Ruben-Gregorio ����������������������������������������������57
Gardner, Peter .......................................................................... 108
Garner, Timothy ...........................................................................91
Garrido Lopez, David ................................................................59
Garufo, Alessandro ....................................................................85
Gashinova, Marina ................................................................. 108
Gasiewski, Albin ................................................................98, 111
Gazonas, George ................................................................... 103
Gedney, Stephen ........................................................................86
Geffrin, Jean-Michel ...................................................................91
Gehm, Michael E. ............................................................. 87, 106
Geluk, S.J. .................................................................................. 114
Geng, Junping .....................................46, 66, 75, 93, 97, 119
Geng, Zhe ....................................................................................98
Gennarelli, Gianluca ..................................................................65
Genovesi, Simone ...............................40, 51, 60, 61, 90, 110
Genovesi, Simone (Sess. Co-Chair) ����������������������������61, 110
Georgakopoulos, Stavros ......................42, 50, 72, 109, 117
Georgakopoulos, Stavros (Sess. Co-Chair) 42, 117
Gerini, Giampiero .................................................................... 114
Gershenzon, Igor ..................................................................... 106
Geubelle, Philippe H. ................................................................62
Ge, Yuehe .....................................................................................61
Ghaemi, Kasra .............................................................................39
Ghahremani, Ahmadreza ���������������������������������������������������������77
Ghalib, Asim .......................................................................61, 104
Ghanbarzadeh Dagheyan, Ashkan ����������������������������������� 107
Ghanem, Farid .............................................................. 45, 47, 61
Ghanem, Khalida ..............................................................92, 119
Ghannouchi, Fadhel ................................................................ 123
Gharsallah, Ali .......................................................................... 120
Ghasemi, Amirhossein ................................................................90
Ghasr, Mohammad Tayeb .............................................56, 113
Ghazi, Galia ................................................................................50
Ghazizadeh, Mohammad Hossein ������������������������������������ 115
Gholami, Reza .............................................................................60
Ghosh, Bratin ...............................................................................42
Ghouz, Hussein ........................................................................ 115
Giacomini, Andrea ..............................................105, 114, 121
Gibson, John ............................................................................. 117
Gigoyan, Suren .................................................................63, 113
Gilbert, Andrew ...........................................................................70
Gillard, Raphaël .................................................................. 66, 93
Giordanengo, Giorgio �������������������������������������������������������������94
Girard, Étienne .......................................................................... 105
Glazunov, Andrés Alayón ��������������������������������������������������������47
Glick, Paul .....................................................................................58
Glosser, Connor ................................................................86, 105
Glybovski, Stanislav ................................................................. 107
Goddard, Lynford L. ....................................................................97
Goian, Abdulrahman .............................................................. 119
Gollub, Jonah N. .........................................................72, 75, 87
Gollub, Jonah (Sess. Co-Chair) ����������������������������������������������87
Gomez, Cristina ....................................................................... 116
Gomez Diaz, Juan Sebastian ......................48, 84, 104, 108
Gomez Diaz, Juan Sebastian (Sess. Co-Chair) 43, 104,
108
Gomez Diaz, Juan Sebastian (Sess. Co-Chair) 45
Gómez-Guillamón Buendía, Victoria ���������������������������������� 100
Gomez, Luis .......................................................................... 50, 99
Gomez Martin, Rafael ��������������������������������������������������������������98
Gómez-Pérez, Paula ...................................................................99
Gomez-Tornero, Jose Luis ���������������������������������������������������������40
Gong, Xun ............................................................................ 72, 93
Gong, Zhi-Shuang ............................................... 42, 46, 75, 87
Gonzalez, Aaron ........................................................................64
Gonzalez, Alvaro .................................................................49, 92
Gonzalez, David ..................................................................... 107
González, Enrique ......................................................................64
González, Iván ............................................................................64
González-Ovejero, David .................................................41, 92
Gonzalez, Pablo ................................................................. 42, 72
Gonzalez Posadas, Vicente ����������������������������������������������������82
Gonzalo, Ramon ..................................................................41, 92
Good, Austin ................................................................................79
Goodbody, Carlene ..................................................................86
Good, Brandon .................................................................79, 120
Gope, Dipanjan ....................................................................... 107
Gopinath, Anand ..................................................................... 107
Gordon, Joshua ...........................................................................99
Goto, Keiji .................................................................................. 109
Goto, Naohisa ......................................................................... 104
Gottardi, Giorgio ................................................................ 68, 82
Goussetis, George .................................................................. 100
Govind, Greeshmaja .................................................................72
Gowda, Vinay .............................................................................87
Graglia, Roberto D. ..........................................................44, 112
Graglia, Roberto (Sess. Co-Chair) ����������������������������������������60
Gramotnev, Dmitri .......................................................................37
130
Grandfield, John ..........................................................................60
Grbic, Anthony ......................... 41, 48, 61, 66, 80, 104, 111
Greda, Lukasz ..............................................................................67
Greenwood, Andrew D. ..................................................64, 103
Gregoire, Daniel .........................................................................64
Gregory, Micah ........................................................ 66, 71, 104
Griffiths, Scott .....................................................................66, 104
Grimaccia, Francesco ................................................................70
Groven, Lori ..................................................................................79
Gruszczynski, Slawomir ............................40, 67, 81, 90, 113
Grzesik, Jan ........................................................................79, 100
Guan, Hao ................................................................................ 117
Guan, Jian .............................................................................39, 67
Guan, Ke .........................................................................110, 117
Guan, Ning ..................................................................................70
Guarnieri, Giacomo ................................................................ 103
Guclu, Caner ............................................................................ 114
Guenneau, Sebastien ................................................................38
Guevara, Dinael ....................................................................... 110
Guidi, Rodolfo .............................................................................60
Guillerey, Régis ............................................................................91
Guinvarc’h, Régis .........................................................66, 79, 82
Gulan, Heiko ............................................................................. 108
Güler, Sadri ............................................................................... 105
Gu, Li ....................................................................................60, 114
Gundel, Hartmut ..........................................................................62
Gunes, Cagdas ................................................................... 44, 89
Güngör, İsmail .............................................................................41
Guo, Han ............................................................................82, 109
Guo, Jixin ......................................................................................66
Guo, Xiaoliang ............................................................................83
Guo, Ying Jiang ...........................................................................72
Guo, Y. Jay ................................................................................ 108
Guo, Yong-Xin ...................................................................... 42, 84
Guo, Yongxin (Sess. Co-Chair) ����������������������������������������������42
Gupta, Arjun .................................................................................79
Gupta, Inder .................................................................................43
Gupta, Shraman ........................................................... 61, 63, 70
Gupta, Shulabh ..........................................................40, 57, 110
Gurlek, Burak ...............................................................................97
Gustafsson, Mats ..........................................................37, 79, 87
Gustafsson, Mattias ....................................................................61
Gustavsson, Bjorn .......................................................................49
Gu, Xiaoxiong ..............................................................................93
Gu, Zhaokai .......................................................................54, 121
Gu, Zhewei ............................................................................... 112
Guzman-Quiros, Raul .................................................................40
H
Haack, Tracy ............................................................................. 121
Habani, Amine .............................................................................45
Habib, Shahid .............................................................................83
Hackett, Erin E. .......................................................................... 121
Hadad, Yakir .........................................................................69, 81
Haddadi, Abolfazl ......................................................................75
Haddad, Ziad S. ..................................................................... 102
Hadi, Mohammed ......................................................................98
Hagan, Peter ................................................................................47
Haghzadeh, Mahdi ...................................................................69
Hagness, Susan C. ............................................70, 80, 92, 115
Hagness, Susan (Sess. Co-Chair) ��������������������������������70, 115
Hahne, Devin ...............................................................................58
Ha, Jaegeun .................................................................................64
Hajebi, Maryam .........................................................................72
Haji-Ali, Abdul-Lateef ............................................................... 102
Hajizadegan, Mehdi .................................................................62
Haj-Omar, Amr ............................................................................58
Hakem, Nadir ............................................................... 42, 49, 99
Hall, Leonard ................................................................................72
Hall, Peter .....................................................................................75
Hammar, Arvid ......................................................................... 105
Hand, Thomas ................................................................100, 103
Han, Fangzhou ............................................................................63
Han, Kui ........................................................................................39
Han, Min Sheng .........................................................................59
Hanna, Drayton ...........................................................................89
Hannan, Mohammad Abdul ������������������������������������������� 66, 68
Hansen, James .......................................................................... 121
Hansen, Peder .............................................................................85
Hanson, George W. ..................................................................38
Hanssens, Brecht ...................................................................... 110
Han, Tuan-Yung ........................................................................ 104
Han, Xu ..........................................................................................70
Hao, Yang ....................................................43, 54, 58, 87, 103
Hao, Yang (Sess. Co-Chair) ������������������������������������������� 43, 93
Haraz, Osama .....................................................................49, 57
Harizi, Farid ..................................................................................92
Harle, Lee .............................................................................. 67, 71
Harrell, Jefferson A. ................................................................. 107
Harter, J. ........................................................................................80
Hartl, Darren ................................................................................72
Hasegawa, Shun ........................................................................42
Hashem, Yahya ...........................................................................49
Hashmi, Raheel Maqsood .........................................48, 56, 76
Hassan, Abdelmoniem T. ........................................ 40, 61, 121
Hassan, Ahmed ............................................................69, 80, 99
Hatipoğlu, M. Enes ................................................................. 105
Haupt, Randy L. ....................................................................39, 82
Havrilla, Michael ........................................................................81
Havrilla, Michael (Sess. Co-Chair) ���������������������������������������81
Hawasli, Sami ..............................................................................86
Heberling, Dirk .................................................................... 68, 86
He, Chong ....................................................................................66
Heckler, Marcos .........................................................................67
He, Danping ............................................................................. 117
Hedayati, Maziar .......................................................................38
Heebl, Jason ................................................................................61
Heh, Ding Yu ................................................................................98
Helander, Jakob ..........................................................................87
Hellicar, Andrew ..........................................................................49
Hellum, Trond ...............................................................................71
Hendrickson, Phillip .....................................................................70
Henrick, Robert ......................................................................... 119
Hensley, David ......................................................................... 122
Hensley, Scott ........................................................................... 102
Herben, M.H.A.J ...................................................................... 114
Herd, Jeffrey .................................................................................87
Heredia Juesas, Juan ........................................................ 77, 107
Hernandez-Brito, Max ...............................................................82
Herranz-Herruzo, Jose I. �����������������������������������������������������������49
Herscovici, Naftali ................................................................... 105
He, Ruisi ............................................................................110, 117
Hester, Jimmy G.D. ......................................................................77
Hettak, Khelifa .............................................................................69
Heydari, Payam ...........................................................................45
He, Yin ................................................................................... 43, 79
He, Yingyi .................................................................................. 109
He, Zonglong ..............................................................................92
Hidayetoglu, Mert ................................................................... 112
Higashi, Daichi ............................................................................93
Hikage, Takashi ........................................................................ 116
Hill, David .....................................................................................99
Hilton, Geoff ............................................................................. 120
Hinojosa, Jaime ...........................................................................63
Hinostroza, Israel ................................................................ 66, 82
Hirata, Akihiko .............................................................................50
Hirayama, Yuichi ...................................................................... 108
Hirokawa, Jiro ..................................................85, 92, 100, 112
Hirokawa, Jiro (Sess. Co-Chair) ���������������������������������������������92
Hirota, Tetsuo ...............................................................................53
Hoare, Edward ......................................................................... 108
Hochdorf, Eyal .............................................................................44
Hochwald, Bertrand ...................................................................43
Hodges, Richard ...............................................................85, 111
Hodkin, Jason .......................................................................39, 98
131
Hoel, Karina .................................................................................71
Ho, Hsien-Kwei ......................................................................... 108
Ho, John ........................................................................................80
Holloway, Christopher ��������������������������������������������������������������99
Holopainen, Jari ..........................................................................54
Holt, Teddy ................................................................................ 121
Homer, Johnny .............................................................................46
Honari, Mohammad Mahdi ���������������������������������������������������93
Hong, Eugene ........................................................................... 122
Hong, Jingsong ......................................................................... 114
Hong, Wei ....................................................................................93
Hong, Weijun ..............................................................................40
Honma, Naoki .................................................................. 47, 101
Hon, Philip ....................................................................................85
Hoorfar, Ahmad .................................................43, 62, 72, 121
Hopkins, David ......................................................................... 103
Hoppe, Daniel .......................................................................... 111
Hoque, Mahbub .................................................................. 67, 86
Horgan, Katherine ................................................................... 121
Horii, Yasushi ............................................................................. 111
Horst, Matthew ...........................................................................56
Horton, Adam ..............................................................................86
Horwath, Benjamin .....................................................................90
Hoskins, Jeremy ...........................................................................99
Hosono, Ryohei ...........................................................................70
Hossain, Mohammad S. ����������������������������������������������������������38
Hosseini, Alister ......................................................... 48, 63, 108
Houts, Jacquelynne .....................................................................94
Hou, Yangqing ..................................................................93, 108
Hou, Yibei .....................................................................................39
Hovsepian, Alexander ��������������������������������������������������������������86
Hoyack, Michael ........................................................................58
Hrabar, Silvio ............................................................................ 104
Hsieh, Chaoping .........................................................................44
Hsieh, Jui-Hung ............................................................................91
Hsu, Yao-Wen ..............................................................................91
Huang, Danyang ..................................................................... 112
Huang, Dong-Hua ......................................................................57
Huang, Guan-Long .....................................................................58
Huang, Gwo-Jong ......................................................................98
Huang, Han-Sian ........................................................................91
Huang, Jiunn-Kai ..........................................................................50
Huang, Limin .............................................................................. 110
Huang, Ling ..................................................................................99
Huang, Min ..................................................................................75
Huang, Sherry .......................................................................... 122
Huang, Weifeng .........................................................................39
Huber, Eric ....................................................................................58
Huchard, Mathieu ......................................................................70
Huerta, Cesar ..............................................................................63
Hu, Fei ...........................................................................................62
Huff, Gregory ...............................................................................72
Hughey, Stephen ................................................................ 86, 97
Hu, Hao ........................................................................................42
Hu, Jun ...........................................................................................71
Hu, Miao ................................................................................... 117
Hum, Sean ..........................................................................93, 105
Hung, Chichang ..........................................................................44
Hung, Winghung ........................................................................90
Hur, Jun ....................................................................................... 120
Hurst, P. T. ......................................................................................49
Hurtaud, Yvonick ...............................................................99, 121
Hussain, Rifaqat ..................................................... 40, 47, 61, 64
Hu, Yi-Yao .....................................................................................78
Hu, Yunyun ............................................................................ 64, 65
Hu, Zhenxin ............................................................................... 109
Hu, Zhirun .....................................................................................53
Hwangbo, Seahee .................................................................. 115
Hyman, Daniel J. .........................................................................90
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Ibrahim, Amr .................................................................................65
Iftikhar, Adnan .......................................54, 57, 75, 77, 86, 120
Ignatenko, Maxim .................................................41, 51, 53, 56
Ihara, Taisuke ...............................................................................67
Iibrahim, Ahmed ..........................................................................55
Iigusa, Kyoichi ..............................................................................55
Ikram, Muhammad ...................................................... 40, 47, 61
Ilić, Milan M. ............................................................................ 106
Iliopoulos, Ioannis .................................................................... 104
Imai, Tetsuro ..................................................................................50
Imani, Mohammadreza F. .......................................... 41, 75, 87
Imani, Mohammadreza F. (Sess. Co-Chair) 87
Imbert, Marc ............................................................................. 109
Inasawa, Yoshio ..........................................................................86
Inclán Alonso, José Manuel ����������������������������������������������������88
Inoue, Yoshiyuki ...........................................................................92
Iodice, Antonio ......................................................................... 110
Iriarte, Juan Carlos ......................................................................41
Isham, Brett ...................................................................................49
Istrate, Dan ...................................................................................92
Itami, Makoto ........................................................................69, 83
Itoh, Kenji ......................................................................................53
Itoh, Tatsuo ....................................................................................59
Ito, Koichi ............................................................................80, 115
Iupikov, Oleg ............................................................................. 107
Ivanov, Tony G. ............................................................................86
Ivashina, Marianna ................................................... 45, 68, 107
Ivashov, Sergey ...........................................................................92
Ivšić, Branimir ...............................................................................53
Iwai, Hiroshi ..................................................................................85
Iwasaki, Hisao ..................................................................... 42, 44
Iyer, Ashwin K. .............................................................................61
Iyer, Vishwanath ..........................................................................49
J
Jacksha, Ronald ...........................................................................94
Jackson, Brad ............................................................................ 106
Jackson, Brad (Sess. Co-Chair) ������������������������������������������� 106
Jackson, David R. .......................................40, 46, 48, 65, 111
Jackson, David (Sess. Co-Chair) �����������������������������40, 48, 61
Jackson, Julie ............................................................................. 101
Jackson, Xavier ......................................................................... 115
Jafargholi, Amir .................................................................... 54, 59
Jafarlou, Saman ...........................................................................45
Jakobsen, Kaj B. ..........................................................................67
Jam, Armin .....................................................................................70
Janaswamy, Ramakrishna ................................................62, 119
Jang, Tao .......................................................................................46
Jankovic, Uros ..............................................................................93
Jarrahi, Mona ..............................................................................92
Jastram, Nathan ............................................................. 112, 121
Jastram, Nathan (Sess. Co-Chair) �������������������������������������� 112
Jaydeep, Aneesh ...................................................................... 122
Jeffrey, Ian ............................................................................. 70, 78
Jeffs, Brian .....................................................................................49
Jegadeesan, Rangarajan ���������������������������������������������������������42
Jehangir, Syed .............................................................................40
Jelinek, Lukas ......................................................................... 37, 51
Jensen, Michael ............................................................ 47, 65, 68
Jeon, Minhwan ......................................................................... 120
Jiang, Hao ....................................................................................84
Jiang, Li Jun ..................40, 41, 44, 46, 59, 62, 71, 102, 109
Jiang, Lijun (Sess. Co-Chair) ����������������������������������������������������71
Jiang, Tao ...................................................50, 61, 81, 102, 106
Jiang, Zhi Hao .................................................38, 44, 100, 103
Jiao, Dan ..................................................................... 44, 89, 112
Jiao, Dan (Sess. Co-Chair) .............................................89, 112
Jiao, Tianqi ....................................................................................46
Jia, Yueying ...................................................................................46
Jichao, Li ........................................................................................92
Ji, Lu-Yang ................................................................................... 108
Jing, Xianshi ..................................................................................40
Jin, Jian-Ming ................39, 62, 64, 67, 83, 89, 97, 101, 103
132
Jin, Jianming (Sess. Co-Chair) ������������������������������������������39, 89
Jin, Mou-Ping ............................................................................. 112
Jin, Ronghong .......................................46, 66, 75, 93, 97, 119
Ji, Pengfei ......................................................................................94
Ji, Xiaohe .......................................................................................77
Joaquin Pimentel, Darwin ���������������������������������������������������������49
Jofre, Lluis ................................................................................... 109
Johari, Esha ...................................................................................72
Johnson, Joel ............................................................56, 101, 122
Johnson, William .........................................................................60
Johnston, Ronald ................................................................53, 114
Joines, William T. ...............................................................38, 113
Jonsson, B. Lars. G. ..............................................................39, 41
Jørgensen, Erik ................................................................105, 114
Jørgensen, Kasper L. ...................................................................67
Jose, Marshall ........................................................................... 119
Joseph, Wout ............................................................................ 110
Jouanlanne, Cyril .........................................................................70
Juan Llacer, Leandro ...................................................................57
Jung-Kubiak, Cécile D. ��������������������������������������������������������������92
Juwono, Filbert H. .......................................................................84
K
Kabakian, Adour ...................................................................... 106
Kabiri, Saman ........................................................................... 108
Kaddeche, Mohamed ............................................................ 119
Kagan, Zachary ....................................................................... 115
Kai, Manabu .........................................................................51, 83
Kameoka, Jun ...............................................................................72
Kameta, Yuhei ..............................................................................94
Kandil, Nahi .......................................................................99, 117
Kangas, Toni .................................................................................54
Kantemur, Adnan .........................................................................45
Kapitanova, Polina ......................................................................42
Kappedal, Ryan ....................................................................... 101
Karacolak, Tutku ..........................................................................86
Karandikar, Yogesh .................................................................. 105
Karaosmanoglu, Bariscan ...............................................46, 105
Karatsi, Ioanna .......................................................................... 115
Karimian Bahnemiri, Reza ........................................47, 90, 121
Karimi, Muhammad Akram ������������������������������������������������������77
Karimkashi, Shaya .......................................................................75
Kashanianfard, Mani ..................................................................53
Kasilingam, Dayalan ............................................................... 112
Kastner, Raphael .................................................................. 67, 86
Kastner, Raphael (Sess. Co-Chair) ���������������������������������������86
Kataoka, Ryochi ..........................................................................50
Katare, Kranti Kumar ...................................................................94
Kautio, Kari ...................................................................................49
Kavehvash, Zahra .......................................................................43
Kawano, Toru ...............................................................................81
Kazmi, Aitzaz ...............................................................................83
Kegege, Obadiah ......................................................................57
Kehoe, Patrick ...................................................................... 43, 66
Keller, Steven ............................................................................. 104
Kempel, Leo ..................................................................................53
Kennedy, Patrick ................................................................98, 102
Kenny, Scott ............................................................................... 100
Kerby-Patel, Kiersten ....................................................43, 76, 94
Kerdjidj, Oussama ......................................................................92
Kesavan, Arun ..............................................................................83
Ketner, Matthew ................................................................66, 104
Kgwadi, Monageng ..................................................................83
Khalat, Abdurazag ..............................................................81, 94
Khalil, Mahmoud ..........................................................59, 67, 86
Khan, Aron ....................................................................................84
Khan, Bakhtiar .............................................................................48
Khanikaev, Alexander ................................................................81
Khan, Mahrukh ..................................................................43, 100
Khan, Muhammad ......................................................................63
Khan, Muhammad Saeed ........................ 54, 57, 75, 77, 120
Khan, Muhammad U. .............................................. 61, 64, 121
Khan, Muhammad Waqas Ahmad ���������������������������������������84
Khan, Saeed ............................................................................. 123
Kiani, Ghaffer Iqbal ....................................................................83
Kianinejad, Amin .........................................................................40
Kikuma, Nobuyoshi ................................................................. 108
Kildal, Madeleine Schilliger ����������������������������������������������������47
Kildal, Per-Simon ...................... 45, 47, 49, 61, 70, 75, 79, 85
Kilic, Ozlem .................................................... 40, 67, 68, 80, 92
Kilic, Ozlem (Sess. Co-Chair) �������������������������������������������������40
Kim, Dong-Hun ......................................................................... 100
Kim, Hyung Ki ..............................................................................59
Kim, Insoo .....................................................................................46
Kim, Joon-Hong ........................................................................ 100
Kim, Kristopher .......................................................................... 101
Kim, Oleksiy .................................................................................51
Kim, Sang Kyu ..............................................................................46
Kim, Seunghwan ...................................................................... 106
Kimura, Yuichi ...............................................................................72
Kim, Youngsub .............................................................................64
Kim, Youngwook .........................................................................70
Kim, Yun-Soung ............................................................................58
Kindt, Rick ............................................................................... 47, 57
Kintz, Andrew ...............................................................................43
Kiourti, Asimina ............................................................. 50, 77, 84
Kiruluta, Andrew J. M. ............................................................. 106
Kishimoto, Naoki ...................................................................... 109
Kishk, Ahmed ...............................................................................61
Kita, Shota ....................................................................................91
Kivshar, Yuri ...................................................................................48
Kiyani, Arslan ...............................................................................48
Kleinkort, Cameron .....................................................................98
Kling, Colen ..................................................................................79
Klopper, Brandt ...........................................................................46
Knight, Mark ............................................................................. 104
Koç, Sencer ..................................................................................89
Koenderink, Femius .....................................................................69
Kogan, Anton ...............................................................................38
Koga, Yohei ..................................................................................51
Kohli, Meenakshi ................................................................ 56, 84
Kohmura, Akiko ......................................................................... 116
Kojima, Fumihide .........................................................................55
Kolak, Frank ..................................................................................89
Kolitsidas, Christos ......................................................................39
Kolobov, Vladimir ..................................................................... 101
Kolodziej, K. E. ..................................................................49, 116
Kolundzija, Branko .....................................................67, 85, 105
Komandla, Mohana Vamshi ����������������������������������������������������76
Komatsu, Tomohiro ................................................................... 101
Kona, Keerti ..................................................................................94
Konno, Keisuke ............................................................................39
Konstantinidis, Konstantinos �������������������������������������������������� 108
Koohestani, Mohsen ..................................................................42
Kord, Ahmed ................................................................................48
Kornaros, Evangelos ................................................................ 108
Kornprobst, Jonas ..................................................................... 115
Kosta, Pragya ............................................................................ 115
Kotaka, Masaki ...........................................................................53
Kota, Krishna ................................................................................48
Koulouridis, Stavros ...........................................................84, 115
Kovaleva, Maria .........................................................................61
Kovitz, Joshua ...........................................................63, 111, 116
Koziel, Slawomir ................................. 42, 44, 53, 54, 62, 104
Koziel, Slawomir (Sess. Co-Chair) ��������������������������������� 62, 70
Kozlov, Mikhail ........................................................ 99, 107, 115
Kozlov, Mikhail (Sess. Co-Chair) ���������������������������������������� 107
Krasnok, Alexander ....................................................................37
Kratch, Adam ............................................................................ 100
Krieger, James ..............................................................................87
Krishna Reddy, G. V. ..................................................................44
Kristoffersen, Stein .......................................................................71
Krzysztofik, Wojciech .................................................................44
Kubicke, Gildas ........................................................................ 109
Kuester, Edward ...........................................................................91
133
Kulaib, Ahmed .......................................................................... 119
Kula, Jeffrey ...................................................................................69
Kulkarni, Pushkar ..........................................................................55
Kulkarni, Shashank ......................................................................49
Kumar, Abhishek ..........................................................................50
Kumar Arya, Ravi .........................................................................58
Kumar, Girish ...............................................................57, 59, 105
Kumar Goswami, Pranab ���������������������������������������������������������42
Kumar, Hemant ..................................................................59, 105
Kumar, Raj .....................................................................................55
Kumar Tiwari, Ajay ......................................................................42
Kung, Ming-Lung .........................................................................42
Kunitake, Stephen ........................................................................51
Kuriyama, Keita ......................................................................... 121
Kussow, Adil-Gerai .....................................................................91
Kwon, Do-Hoon ................................................................... 53, 82
Kwon, Do-Hoon (Sess. Co-Chair) ���������������������������������� 82, 90
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Labate, Giuseppe .......................................................................81
Labib, Mina ..................................................................................50
La Ferrara, Vera ........................................................................ 104
Lahti, Markku ................................................................................49
Lail, Brian ................................................................................49, 84
Lai, Qinghua .................................................................................46
Lakhtakia, Akhlesh .......................................................................91
Lal, Saumya ..................................................................................46
Lam, Tommy ..................................................................................99
Lancaster, Michael ................................................................... 108
Lanciano, Orietta ...................................................................... 103
Lane, Steven .....................................................70, 94, 110, 122
Lang, Hans-Dieter ........................................................................50
Langley, Richard ....................................................................... 110
Lang, Liang ....................................................................................62
Lan, Shengchang ................................................. 44, 54, 55, 92
Lanteri, Jerome .............................................................................72
Laribi, Mejdi ......................................................................... 42, 49
Larimore, Zachary ........................................................ 68, 71, 77
Larsen, Whitney ...........................................................................91
Larsson, Christer ...........................................................................87
Las-Heras Andrés, Fernando ����������������������������������������������������87
La Spada, Luigi ............................................................................58
Lasser, Gregor ......................................................................51, 56
Latif, Saeed I. ....................................................................... 38, 69
Lattanzi, Riccardo ..................................................................... 107
Lau, Buon Kiong ................................................................... 37, 51
Lau, Buon Kiong (Sess. Co-Chair) ���������������������������������� 37, 51
Laurin, Jean-Jacques ........................................................... 70, 90
Laurin, Jean-Jacques (Sess. Co-Chair) ������������������������������ 109
Lavayssière, Maylis .....................................................................97
Lavrinenko, Andrei .......................................................................37
Lawrance, Julie .............................................................................71
Lazzi, Gianluca ...........................................65, 68, 70, 80, 115
Lazzi, Gianluca (Sess. Co-Chair) ����������������������������65, 68, 80
Le Bihan, Yann .............................................................................84
Lee, Cedric ...................................................................................84
Lee, Chang-Hyun ..................................................................... 100
Lee, Chanjoon .............................................................................48
Lee, Choonsup .............................................................................92
Lee, Honglak ................................................................................50
Lee, Jae-Gon ................................................................................68
Lee, Jay Kyoon ..................................................................... 45, 82
Lee, Jeong-Hae ..................................................................68, 100
Lee, Jin-Fa .....................................................44, 46, 60, 89, 103
Lee, Ju Yong ........................................................................... 47, 81
Lee, Kai Fong ...............................................................................65
Lee, Kyoungtae ..................................................................... 47, 81
Lee, Michael ................................................................................47
Lee, Seungmin ..............................................................................58
Lee, Woochan .............................................................................89
Lee, Yee Hui .......................................................................94, 102
Lefrancois, Alexandre .................................................................97
Le Fur, Gwenn ..............................................................................88
Legay, Hervé ......................................................................93, 105
Leino, Mikko .................................................................................54
Le, Khai Q. ....................................................................................37
Lekkas, Konstantinos ...................................................................66
Lek, Yi Wen ............................................................................... 102
Lelaidier, Delphine ......................................................................49
Leman, Samuel .............................................................................91
Le Nadan, Thierry .......................................................................70
Lerosey, Geoffroy ........................................................................87
Le, Trong Nhan ............................................................................94
Leung, Kwok Wa .........................................................................42
Leuzzi, Giorgio ......................................................................... 120
Liang, Hongbin ............................................................................45
Liang, Min .....................................................55, 85, 87, 91, 106
Liang, Xianling ................. 46, 66, 75, 93, 97, 104, 112, 119
Li, Aobo .........................................................................................41
Liao, DaHan .......................................................................43, 102
Liao, Tien-Hao ........................................................................... 101
Liao, Weiwei ......................................................................63, 113
Liao, Zhi-You .................................................................................38
Liberal, Inigo ....................................................................110, 111
Liberal, Inigo (Sess. Co-Chair) ��������������������������������������������� 111
Li, Chao ..................................................................................51, 86
Li, Chenchen ......................................................................... 65, 98
Li, Dawei ............................................................................... 46, 77
Li, Dongwei ........................................................................... 44, 89
Liebowitz, Zachary .................................................................. 121
Liénard, Martine .............................................................110, 117
Lier, Erik .............................................................................100, 103
Li, Hongmei ...................................................................................89
Li, J ..................................................................................................86
Li, Jianping ....................................................................................93
Li, Jianxing ...........................................................................38, 113
Li, Jianzhi .................................................................................... 110
Li, Jie .............................................................................60, 86, 103
Li, Jingcheng .................................................................................94
Li, Jinxin ..........................................................................................94
Liles, William ................................................................................94
Li, Li .................................................................................................46
Li, Lianming ....................................................................................47
Li, Long ................................................................................... 63, 93
Lima, Eduardo ........................................................................... 108
Li, Maokun .............................................. 64, 93, 105, 107, 108
Lima, Roberto ...............................................................................84
Li, Mingjian ...................................................................................51
Lim, Sungjoon ...............................................................................59
Lim, Sungkyun ...............................................................................76
Lim, Youngjoon .......................................................................... 100
Lin, Chao-Ping ........................................................................... 101
Lindenmeier, Stefan .....................................................................41
Lindvall, Niko ................................................................................54
Ling, Hao .............................................................................. 65, 98
Lin, Gregory .............................................................................. 111
Lingyun, Zhou ...............................................................................93
Lin, Hai ........................................................................................ 109
Lin, He-Sheng ...............................................................................40
Lin, Ken-Huang .............................................................................42
Lin, Kevin ........................................................................................77
Lin, Shen ........................................................................................71
Lin, Shu ..................................................................42, 55, 89, 107
Lin, Ta-Yeh .....................................................................................44
Lin, Wei ...................................................................................... 117
Lin, Yi-Cheng ................................................................................40
Lin, Yuankun ............................................................................... 104
Liou, Chong-Yi ..............................................................................41
Lipan, Ovidiu ................................................................................77
Li, Ping ........................................................................66, 101, 113
Lipworth, Guy ...............................................................................87
Lira de Queiroz, Wamberto Jose �������������������������������������������94
Li, Ronglin ................................................................................... 117
Li, RongLin ............................................................................. 55, 59
Li, Sensen ................................................................................... 113
134
Li, Shufang ............................................................................ 40, 44
Li, Si ................................................................................................83
Li, Tianjiao .....................................................................................72
Litman, Amélie ..............................................................................91
Litvinenko, Alexander ............................................................... 102
Liu, Aiyin ...............................................................................44, 110
Liu, BaiYang ..................................................................................59
Liu, Beijia ............................................................................... 42, 44
Liu, Chang .....................................................................................86
Liu, Chung-Yuan ...........................................................................76
Liu, Daerhan ......................................................................... 42, 50
Liu, Duixian ....................................................................................93
Liu, Fuwen ......................................................................................46
Liu, Guan-Jun ................................................................................55
Liu, Hao ...............................................................................89, 107
Liu, Jing ........................................................................................ 119
Liu, Jingshen ............................................................................... 111
Liu, Junjie ................................................................................ 48, 59
Liu, Junxiao ....................................................................................89
Liu, Liang ........................................................................................46
Liu, Longju ......................................................................................69
Liu, Na .......................................................................69, 113, 116
Liu, Nai-Chen ...............................................................................54
Liu, Peng ........................................................................................48
Liu, Qing ........................................................................................39
Liu, Qing Huo .....38, 44, 64, 65, 69, 71, 84, 91, 102, 113,
114, 116
Liu, Qing Huo (Sess. Co-Chair) ������������������������������������44, 113
Liu, Qin S. ................................................................................... 109
Liu, Wei ....................................................................................... 121
Liu, Wen-Feng ........................................................................... 115
Liu, Wenqi .....................................................................................81
Liu, Xiaomin ........................................................................... 46, 55
Liu, Xiaoming ............................................................................. 105
Liu, Xiaoya ...........................................................................54, 121
Liu, Xin ......................................................................................... 108
Liu, Xinyu ..................................................................................... 111
Liu, Xueli .....................................................................72, 109, 117
Liu, Yang ........................................................................................82
Liu, Yanming ..................................................................................98
Liu, Yan-Yan ...................................................................................51
Liu, Yijun .........................................................................................84
Liu, Yiru ...........................................................................................47
Liu, YuHeng ...................................................................................83
Liu, Yujing .......................................................................................59
Liu, Zhi-Rui ................................................................................... 115
Livadaru, Matilda ................................................................. 47, 82
Li, Wen-Ao ....................................................................................51
Li, Wenxing .................................................................... 59, 61, 83
Li, Xiaoye Sherry ..........................................................................44
Li, Xin-Rong ..........................................................................59, 115
Li, Xuelian ......................................................................................78
Li, Yang .................................................................................. 70, 91
Li, Yingsong ..................................................... 46, 55, 59, 61, 83
Li, Yongguang ........................................................................... 116
Li, Yuanyuan ..................................................................................83
Li, Yue ................................................................. 49, 55, 103, 111
Li, Zhen ....................................................................................... 113
Li, Zheng ..................................................................................... 112
Lizzi, Leonardo .............................................................. 53, 71, 94
Llombart, Nuria ...........................................................37, 85, 100
Logan, John ...................................................................................47
Loison, Renaud .............................................................................93
Loizos, Kyle ................................................................. 70, 80, 115
Lomakin, Vitaliy ............................................................................71
Lombardi, Guido ...................................................................... 112
Loncar, Josip .............................................................................. 104
Lončar, Marko .............................................................................91
Long, Stuart A. ..............................................................40, 48, 65
Long, Stuart (Sess. Co-Chair) ������������������������������������������ 42, 65
Lopez, Diego ................................................................................94
Lopez Giraldo, Francisco ���������������������������������������������������������46
Lopez-Iturri, Peio ............................................................68, 70, 76
Lori, Maurizio ............................................................................ 107
Lotfi Poshtgol, Parisa ............................................................ 40, 92
Louie, Sara ................................................................................. 115
Lovat, Giampiero .........................................................................65
Lovato, Ricardo ............................................................................93
Lo, Yat Hei .....................................................................................44
Lu, Aric ...........................................................................................71
Lu, Bingqian ........................................................................... 37, 62
Luc, Jerome ...................................................................................97
Ludwig, Michael ....................................................................... 107
Lu, Jia-Guo ................................................................................. 104
Lu, Meng .......................................................................................69
Lundberg, Erik ...............................................................................89
Luo, Jun ..........................................................................................64
Luo, Ma ................................................................................. 84, 91
Luomaniemi, Rasmus ...................................................................54
Luo, Peng .......................................................................................55
Luo, Xianping ........................................................................ 46, 55
Luo, Xun .........................................................................................55
Luxey, Cyril ....................................................................................85
Lu, Xiaopeng .................................................................................46
Luyen, Hung ..................................................................................92
Lu, Yilong .......................................................................................99
Lu, Yuhao .......................................................................................93
Lu, Zhaolin ............................................................................. 77, 84
Lv, Xiaojun .................................................................................. 117
M
Maalik, Abdul ....................................................................51, 108
Maaskant, Rob .................................................................... 45, 68
MacDonald, Colin .....................................................................79
MacDonald, Eric .........................................................................91
Maci, Stefano ................. 41, 48, 65, 79, 88, 103, 104, 111
Maci, Stefano (Sess. Co-Chair) ......................... 58, 108, 111
MacKie-Mason, Brian ��������������������������������������������������������������82
Maddahi, Yaser ....................................................................... 106
Maeda, Takashi ....................................................................... 102
Magalhães, Marcelo ................................................................67
Magin, Gregory .........................................................................44
Mahmood, Attiya ........................................................................47
Mahmoodi, Mahboobeh ��������������������������������������������������������61
Mahmoud, Ahmed .................................................................. 110
Mahmoud, Samir ........................................................................98
Mahoney, David .........................................................................38
Mahran, Ashraf ............................................................................54
Majewski, Janusz ........................................................................87
Majumder, Kalyan ......................................................................60
Makar, Gregory ..........................................................................86
Makarov, Sergey .......................................................37, 49, 115
Makhlouf, Fadi .............................................................................64
Makhlouf, Oualid .......................................................................64
Makino, Shigeru ..........................................................................53
Maki, Takashi ...............................................................................67
Malallah, Yaaqoub ....................................................................62
Malmström, Johan .......................................................................41
Malouf, Perry ...............................................................................58
Malureanu, Radu ........................................................................37
Mamdouh M. Ali, Mohamed �������������������������������������������������49
Mamdouh, Mohamed ��������������������������������������������������������������57
Ma, Miaomiao ........................................................................ 112
Manafi, Sara ................................................................................49
Manandhar, Shilpa ................................................................. 102
Manara, Giuliano ........................................... 61, 90, 106, 110
Maneiro, Roberto .......................................................................66
Manić, Ana .......................................................................... 44, 89
Manić, Sanja ......................................................44, 89, 98, 102
Manna, Antonio ................................................................84, 120
Manninen, Teemu .......................................................................62
Mannion, Tiffany ..........................................................................60
Manohar, Vignesh ................................................................... 111
Mansouri Moghaddam, Sadegh ����������������������������������� 47, 61
Manteghi, Majid .........................................................................53
135
Manteuffel, Dirk ...........................................................................37
Mäntysalo, Matti ........................................................................58
Mao, Jun-Fa ............................................................................... 104
Mao, Shau-Gang .......................................................................41
Marashdeh, Qussai ...................................................................97
Marcellin, Jean-Paul ....................................................................99
Marc, Robert ................................................................................80
Marinescu, Melania ...................................................................62
Markley, Loïc ......................................................... 38, 40, 69, 91
Markley, Loic (Sess. Co-Chair) �������������������������������� 38, 47, 69
Marks, Daniel L. .................................................................. 72, 87
Marrocco, Gaetano .......................................................... 58, 90
Marrocco, Gaetano (Sess. Co-Chair) �������������������58, 83, 90
Marshall, Robert ....................................................................... 121
Martel, Cédric ...................................................................48, 105
Martens, Luc .............................................................................. 110
Martin, Bonnie ................................................................100, 103
Martinez-de-Rioja, Daniel ����������������������������������������������������� 108
Martinez-de-Rioja, Eduardo ............................................93, 108
Martinez, Idellyse .......................................................................84
Martinez-Ingles, Maria-Teresa ��������������������������������������������� 117
Martinez-Lopez, Jose .................................................................69
Martinez-Lorenzo, Jose ......................................50, 77, 87, 107
Martinez Lorenzo, Jose (Sess. Co-Chair) 87, 107
Martínez Odiaga, Hansel Joussef �����������������������������������������38
Martínez-Vázquez, Marta ���������������������������������������������������� 115
Martín, Ferran ..............................................................................83
Martín-Guerrero, Teresa M. ����������������������������������������������������64
Martini, Enrica .................................. 41, 48, 79, 88, 103, 111
Martinsson, Per-Gunnar .......................................................... 112
Martin, Torleif ...............................................................................87
Martone, Anthony .......................................................................50
Martynyuk, Alexander ��������������������������������������������������������������69
Maruyama, Takashi ....................................................................64
Ma, Ruyu ......................................................................................39
Mashayekhi, Sina .......................................................... 122, 123
Masood Khan, Munawar ����������������������������������������������������� 106
Masotti, Diego ..................................................................66, 100
Massa, Andrea .......... 64, 66, 68, 82, 87, 88, 97, 108, 110
Massa, Andrea (Sess. Co-Chair) �������������������������������������������68
Massaccesi, Andrea ..................................................................75
Massaloux, Pierre .......................................................................91
Massey, Jackson ..................................................................71, 82
Matekovits, Ladislau .......................................... 44, 77, 81, 112
Ma, Tianye ................................................................................ 113
Matos, João .................................................................................81
Matos, Sérgio ........................................................................... 108
Matsumoto, Kenichi ................................................................. 111
Mauriello, Giuseppe ............................................................... 103
Maurya, Naveen Kumar ����������������������������������������������������������51
Mavrakakis, Konstantinos ���������������������������������������������������������69
Ma, Xiao .......................................................................................71
Maxwell, Kasandra ....................................................................79
Mays, R. Owen ...........................................................................80
Mazé-Merceur, Geneviève �����������������������������������������������������91
Mazor, Yarden ..................................................................69, 110
Mazur, Eric ...................................................................................91
Mazzinghi, Agnese .............................................................39, 80
McCallion, Steven ................................................................... 105
McCormick, Seth ........................................................................54
McMichael, Ian ..........................................................................89
McNeely, Charlie ......................................................................79
Meador, Joseph ..........................................................................76
Medhi, Imran ...............................................................................92
Medina, Francisco ......................................................................38
Medina, Yarlequé .......................................................................38
Mehmood, Rashid ............................................................... 47, 68
Mehrabani, Ali M. ......................................................................75
Mehta, Bhaven ............................................................................84
Meincke, Peter ................................................................105, 114
Meir, Maayan .............................................................................69
Mei, Xiaowei ............................................................................. 109
Melchakova, Irina .................................................................... 107
Melde, Kathleen .........................................................................85
Melde, Kathleen (Sess. Co-Chair) �����������������������������������������65
Mena, Fausto Patricio ................................................................92
Mencagli Jr., Mario ..........................................................88, 104
Mendes Ruiz, Pedro ...................................................................82
Mendonca, Laercio ....................................................................89
Meng, Min ...................................................................................71
Meng, Ru ............................................................................ 77, 116
Meng, Yu Song .................................................................94, 102
Meng, Zhenya .............................................................................59
Menshov, Anton ...........................................................60, 82, 86
Merrill, Craig ............................................................................ 122
Mesa, Francisco ..........................................................................38
Mezghanni, Mohamed Said ��������������������������������������������������99
Miao, Deshan ........................................................................... 117
Micco, Alberto ......................................................................... 104
Michel, Andrea ......................................................... 41, 83, 106
Michelson, David G. ...................................... 43, 79, 122, 123
Michielssen, Eric ............................... 39, 50, 82, 99, 109, 113
Miers, Zachary ..................................................................... 37, 51
Migliaccio, Claire .......................................................................72
Milford, Gregory ................................................................. 78, 88
Miller, Jason .............................................................................. 109
Minatti, Gabriele ......................................... 79, 103, 104, 111
Minin, Igor V. ............................................................................ 104
Minin, Oleg V. .......................................................................... 104
Mioc, Francesca ...............................................................39, 121
Miranda, Félix ..............................................................................56
Miran, Emre ..................................................................................89
Miri, Mohammad-Ali ............................................................... 111
Miri, Mohammad-Ali (Sess. Co-Chair) ������������������������������ 111
Mirmozafari, Mirhamed �����������������������������������������������������������75
Mirotznik, Mark ..................................................... 68, 71, 77, 79
Mirzaee, Milad ...........................................................................58
Mirzavand, Rashid ......................................................................93
Mishra, Akhilesh ..........................................................................43
Mishra, Ghanshyam .........................................................72, 109
Mishra, Prashant Kumar .......................................................... 105
Mital, Rashmi ......................................................................... 57, 68
Mitchell, Gregory .............................................................44, 100
Mitharwal, Rajendra ...........................................................71, 86
Mittra, Raj ............................51, 58, 60, 86, 91, 97, 102, 115
Mittra, Raj (Sess. Co-Chair) ...........................................86, 115
Miyachi, Yuta ............................................................................ 108
Miyashita, Hiroaki ............................................................... 64, 86
Miyazaki, Katsuhiro ................................................................. 108
Moez, Kambiz .............................................................................90
Moghaddam, Mahta ............................................ 87, 101, 106
Moghaddam, Mahta (Sess. Co-Chair) 87, 106
Mognot, Martine ..............................................................91, 113
Mohajer, Mehrbod ....................................................................44
Mohamadi Monavar, Fatemeh ����������������������������������������������40
Mohamed, Issa ...........................................................................70
Mohamed Mohamed-Hicho, Nora ��������������������������������������37
Mohammadi, Elham ...................................................................85
Mohammadi Estakhri, Nasim ����������������������������������������81, 104
Mohd Ramli, Nur Fatin Fatina Binti ����������������������������������������44
Mohieldin, Ahmed N. ................................................................70
Mohtashami, Yahya ...................................................................70
Mojabi, Puyan ......................................... 65, 70, 78, 102, 106
Molaei, Ali .......................................................................... 77, 107
Molina-Garcia-Pardo, Jose-Maria ������������������������������� 57, 117
Momeni Hasan Abadi, Seyed Mohamad Amin 69, 93
Monasterio, David ......................................................................49
Monebhurrun, Vikass ..................................................................75
Monk, Peter ............................................................................... 103
Monorchio, Agostino ................. 40, 51, 60, 61, 79, 94, 110
Montgomery, Brendan ........................................................... 111
Monti, Alessio ............................................................ 81, 84, 103
Monti, Alessio (Sess. Co-Chair) ���������������������������������������������84
Monticone, Francesco .............................................. 37, 81, 111
Monvoisin, Jean-Pascal �������������������������������������������������������������91
Mooman, Abdelisr .....................................................................77
136
Moon, Haksu ............................................................................ 101
Moore, Levi ..................................................................................84
Moore, Robert .............................................................................76
Mora Navarro, Keyla ............................................................. 122
Mora, Nicolas .............................................................................61
Morbidini, Alfredo ......................................................................92
Moreno, Alexander ....................................................................68
Moreno, Gabriel .........................................................................81
Moreno, Javier .............................................................................64
Morgan, Kelly ........................................................................... 114
Morgan, Zachary ..........................................................100, 103
Morimura, Hiroki .........................................................................50
Moro, Ilenia .................................................................................41
Moroya, Tetsuo ...........................................................................53
Morris, Willard ............................................................................77
Moscardini Fabiani, Bernardo �����������������������������������������49, 67
Moshfegh, Javad ........................................................................89
Mouffok, Lila ................................................................................61
Moulder, William ........................................................................87
Mourad, Nedil ............................................................................47
Mouris, Boules .............................................................................42
Mousavi, Pedram .............................................. 40, 90, 93, 104
Mousavi , Pedram (Sess. Co-Chair) ��������������������������������������71
Mousavi, Seyedmohammad ���������������������������������������������������98
Moy-Li, Hon Ching .....................................................................77
Mrdakovic, Branko .................................................................. 105
Mudaliar, Saba ....................................................101, 113, 122
Mufti, Saad ...........................................................................71, 90
Mukherjee, Bablu ............................................................... 84, 91
Mukherjee, Jayanta ............................................................ 45, 56
Mukherjee, Soumava ......................................................... 44, 93
Mukherjee, Swagato .................................................................99
Mulero Hernández, Carlos ................................. 93, 113, 115
Mulla, Afshan ....................................................................... 43, 77
Mumcu, Gokhan ...............................................................64, 106
Muniganti, Harikiran ............................................................... 107
Muñoz, Philip ...............................................................................91
Munuswamy, Chetan Kumar ���������������������������������������������������45
Murch, Ross David .......................................................40, 43, 92
Murrell, David ..................................................70, 94, 110, 122
Musch, Thomas ........................................................................ 119
Mussetta, Marco ........................................................................70
Muzahir Abbas, Syed ................................................................77
N
Nadakuditi, Raj Rao ................................................................ 109
Na, Dong-Yeop .................................................................44, 101
Nafe, Ahmed ...............................................................................90
Nagaoka, Tomoaki ....................................................................80
Nagar, Jogender ........................................ 37, 62, 70, 77, 114
Nagarkoti, Deepak Singh ...............................................43, 103
Nagatsuma, Tadao ....................................................................92
Naghar, Azzeddin ............................................................. 38, 59
Nahar, Niru K. ....................... 38, 45, 63, 90, 103, 106, 108
Nahar, Sabikun ................................................................... 80, 92
Najafi, Ahmad Raeisi .................................................................62
Najariani, Hamid ........................................................................51
Najjaran, Homayoun .............................................................. 122
Nakamura, Akira ..................................................................69, 83
Nakano, Hisamatsu ..................................................... 45, 81, 94
Nam, Sangwook ..................................................................... 100
Nanzer, Jeffrey .............................................................39, 86, 98
Narayanan, Gopal ....................................................................49
Narbudowicz, Adam ......................................................... 68, 86
Narde, Rounak Singh ................................................................77
Narendra, Chaitanya .................................................................70
Nascimento, Clerisson ��������������������������������������������������������������84
Naser, Shaimaa ..........................................................................54
Nashashibi, Adib ........................................................................65
Nashed, Ahmed ..........................................................................61
Nasimuddin, Nasimuddin ����������������������������������������������������� 121
Nauroze, Syed Abdullah ���������������������������������������������������������58
Navarro, Andres ...................................................................... 110
Navarro Cadavid, Andres �������������������������������������������������������94
Navarro-Cía, Miguel .......................................................85, 104
Navarro, Rick ............................................................................ 121
Nawaz, Haq ............................................................................ 120
Nayeri, Payam .............................................................................39
Nazarian, Ara .......................................................................... 115
Nazari, Peyman ..........................................................................45
Neder, Verena .......................................................................... 104
Nedil, Mourad ...............................45, 89, 90, 117, 120, 121
Negishi, Tadahiro .......................................................................65
Neira, L. M. ..................................................................................80
Neira, Luz Maria ..................................................................... 115
Neitz, Ole ....................................................................................43
Nejati, Hamid ..............................................................................98
Nelson, Jill ....................................................................................94
Nepa, Paolo ............................................ 41, 83, 90, 106, 110
Nepa, Paolo (Sess. Co-Chair) �������������������������������������������� 106
Nessel, James ..............................................................................94
Nesti, Renzo .................................................................................92
Neto, Andrea ...................................................... 37, 39, 85, 100
Neto, Andrea (Sess. Co-Chair) ����������������������������������������������85
Neusitzer, Thomas ................................................................... 102
Nevels, Robert ...................................................................81, 115
Nevels, Robert (Sess. Co-Chair) ����������������������������������������� 115
Newman, Andrew ......................................................................98
Ng-Molina, Yak ..........................................................................64
Nguyen-Trong, Nghia ........................................................ 40, 72
Nguyen, Truong Khang ������������������������������������������������������������37
Nguyen, Tuan ..............................................................................40
Ng, Wei-Ren ...................................................................... 87, 106
Niang, Anna ................................................................................53
Niccolai, Alessandro ..................................................................70
Nickolas, S. ..................................................................................56
Nicole, Piere ............................................................................. 100
Ni, Dong .......................................................................................66
Nie, Ding ......................................................................................43
Nie, Zaiping ..................................................... 39, 75, 112, 114
Niino, Kazuki ...............................................................................67
Nikolaou, Symeon ......................................................................76
Nikolova, Natalia ............................................................... 72, 87
Nikolova, Natalia (Sess. Co-Chair) ��������������������������������������72
Ni, Minming .............................................................................. 117
Nishimori, Kentaro ......................................................................50
Nishimura, Kazuo ........................................................................77
Nishimura, Naoshi ......................................................................67
Nishimura, Shigeyuki ..................................................................40
Nishioka, Yasuhiro ......................................................................86
Niu, Chen ...........................................................................65, 106
Niu, Jun ...........................................................................39, 84, 91
Noetscher, Gregory ................................................................ 115
Noghanian, Sima ............................................................... 58, 84
Noguchi, Keisuke ........................................................................53
Nojima, Toshio ......................................................................... 116
Norman, Oliver ........................................................................ 120
Nosrati, Mehrdad ........................................................38, 54, 55
Notaros, Branislav .................................................... 89, 98, 102
Notaroš, Branislav M. ......................................................44, 106
Notaros, Branislav (Sess. Co-Chair) ���������������������������82, 106
Notaros, Milica ....................................................................51, 53
Novak, Markus ...........................................................................56
Novotny, David ........................................................................ 117
Nsengiyumva, Florence ������������������������������������������������������������72
Nukaga, Osamu .........................................................................70
Numan, Ahmed B. ......................................................................70
Nyberg, Daniel ......................................................................... 105
O
Oakley, Christopher ............................................................ 67, 71
Obermeier, Richard ....................................................................87
O’Brien, Marie ......................................................................... 122
O’Connor, Ellen M. ....................................................................65
137
O’Connor, S. ................................................................................86
Odabasi, Hayrettin .....................................................................87
Oddo, Alessandro ......................................................................79
Odiaga, Martínez ......................................................................38
Oestges, Claude ...................................................................... 110
Ogurtsov, Stanislav ............................................................. 42, 62
Ohtsuka, Masataka ....................................................................64
Ojaroudi, Mohammad �������������������������������������������������������������54
Okawa, Oki .............................................................................. 109
Okhmatovski, Vladimir .................................................60, 82, 86
Okhmatovski, Vladimir (Sess. Co-Chair) �������������������������������39
Okoniewski, Michal .........................................................66, 114
Okuda, Keisuke ........................................................................ 121
Oliveri, Giacomo .....................................64, 87, 88, 108, 110
Oliveri, Giacomo (Sess. Co-Chair) ������������������������������������ 103
Omar, Ahmed ..............................................................................61
Omelchenko, Yuri A. .........................................................44, 101
Önol, Can ................................................................................. 105
Oogimoto, Kazuki .......................................................................92
Oppelstrup, Jesper ................................................................... 102
Orankitanun, Teerapong ����������������������������������������������������������75
Orazbayev, Bakhtiyar ......................................................92, 104
Orefice, Mario ......................................................................... 108
Ortiz de Lejarazu, Amaia ���������������������������������������������������������68
Ortiz Guzman, John Erick ��������������������������������������������������������86
Osman, Lotfi ............................................................................... 120
Osmont, Antoine ..........................................................................97
Othman, Mohamed A. K. .................................... 66, 110, 114
Otto, Simon ............................................................................... 120
Oughstun, Kurt .............................................................................79
Outwater, John ..................................................................... 37, 51
OuYang, Jun .................................................................................83
Ozcan, Mustafa ..........................................................................81
Ozturk, C. Duygu ........................................................................60
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Pacheco-Peña, Víctor ............................................................... 104
Padooru, Yashwanth Reddy �������������������������������������������������� 114
Palacios, David ............................................................................64
Palmer, Ashley ..............................................................................68
Palvig, Michael Forum ............................................................ 105
Panaretos, Anastasios H. ................................................... 40, 62
Pan, Changwang ........................................................................77
Panda, Vijayaraghavan .......................................................... 107
Pandey, Shaileshachandra ���������������������������������������������������� 115
Panduro, Marco A. .....................................................................66
Pan, Hong .....................................................................................72
Pantaleev, Miroslav .......................................................105, 113
Pantoja, John ................................................................................61
Pantoja, Mario ...................................................................... 37, 62
Pantoli, Leonardo ...................................................................... 120
Pan, Xuyuan ..................................................................................71
Papantonis, Dimitrios ............................................................ 47, 64
Papapolymerou, John .................................................................71
Pappas, Jordan ............................................................................94
Paredes, Ferran ............................................................................83
Parimi, Patanjali .................................................................... 63, 92
Parini, Clive G. .............................................................................37
Park, Ikmo .............................................................................. 37, 88
Park, James ................................................................................ 101
Park, Jong Seok ........................................................................ 113
Park, Sung Il ..................................................................................58
Parra Michel, Ramón ..................................................................99
Parrón, Josep ................................................................................90
Parrow, Jacob ...................................................................... 75, 86
Parsons, Paul ..........................................................................71, 77
Partanen, Henri ............................................................................54
Parui, Susanta ...............................................................................48
Pascal, Olivier ........................................................................... 105
Paschen, Dean .............................................................................88
Patel, Amit ...........................................................................64, 106
Patel, Shaan .................................................................................50
Patel, Utkarsh ............................................................................. 105
Pathak, Prabhakar H. .......................................................69, 114
Patiño Bernal, Marlon ......................................................94, 116
Patri, Ashutosh ...................................................................... 45, 56
Patwari, Neal ...............................................................................68
Pavan, Metra ...............................................................................89
Pavone, Santi Concetto ..................................................... 48, 80
Payne, Komlan .............................................................................83
Pegatoquet, Alain ........................................................................94
Pelletti, Chiara ..............................................................................91
Peña, Nestor ................................................................................61
Peng, Biao ............................................................................ 40, 44
Peng, Chia-Mei ................................................................... 38, 51
Peng, Shao-Xin .............................................................................46
Peng, Xiaohui ...............................................................................62
Peng, Zhen ...................................................39, 61, 71, 82, 113
Peng, Zheng ................................................................75, 97, 119
Peng, Zhen (Sess. Co-Chair) ���������������������������������������������������39
Penton, Stephen E. ................................................................... 121
Perez, Luis ......................................................................................82
Pérez, Manuel R. .........................................................................70
Periasamy, Lavanya .................................................................. 111
Perllos, Asier .................................................................................68
Perret, Etienne ...............................................................................90
Perret, Etienne (Sess. Co-Chair) ����������������������������������������������90
Perry, B.T. ................................................................................... 116
Persson, Mikael ...........................................................................92
Petarca, Luigi ................................................................................79
Peterson, Andrew F. ............................................................ 44, 46
Peterson, Andrew (Sess. Co-Chair) ���������������������������������������82
Petit, Laurent ..................................................................................70
Petrini, Paolo .................................................................................44
Petrosky, J. .....................................................................................56
Pezeshki, Ali ............................................................................... 106
Pezholil, Mohanan ......................................................................72
Pfeiffer, Carl ..................................................................................48
Pfeiffer, Ernst ............................................................................... 107
Pfeiffer, Rober ...............................................................................46
Pfuhl, Nadine ...............................................................................56
Phan, Tuan ....................................................................................92
Piau, Gérard-Pascal .........................................53, 91, 107, 111
Pichon, Lionel ...............................................................................84
Pichot, Christian ...........................................................................72
Piepmeier, Jeffrey R. ................................................................. 107
Piermarocchi, Carlo ..........................................................86, 105
Piket-May, Melinda ....................................................................98
Pinho, Pedro ..................................................................................81
Pino, Marcos Rodriguez �����������������������������������������������������������83
Pirinoli, Paola ......................................................................75, 108
Pi, Yuwei ................................................................................ 48, 59
Plets, David ................................................................................ 110
P, Mythili ........................................................................................87
Poddubny, Alexander .................................................................48
Podilchak, Symon ....................................................81, 100, 111
Poilasne, Gregory .................................................................... 120
Poisson, Jean-Baptiste .................................................................99
Poli, Lorenzo .......................................................... 66, 68, 82, 87
Polimeridis, Athanasios ............................................................ 107
Polman, Albert ........................................................................... 104
Polo, Alessandro ..........................................................................97
Pons, Patrick ..................................................................................97
Ponti, Cristina ................................................................................48
Poon, Ada .....................................................................................80
Potelon, Thomas ....................................................................... 112
Potier, Patrick ...................................................................104, 108
Potma, Eric ....................................................................................69
Potter, Michael E. ................................................................ 66, 98
Poudel, Khem Narayan ������������������������������������������������������������68
Pouliguen, Philippe ...............................................104, 108, 109
Pourahmadazar, Javad .............................................47, 90, 121
Pourghorban Saghati, Alireza �������������������������������������������������72
Pourramzan Gandji, Navid ............................................ 77, 107
Pour, Zahra A. ..............................................................................79
138
Poutrina, Ekaterina .......................................................................37
Poveda-Garcia, Miguel ������������������������������������������������������������40
Pozderac, Jonathan ................................................................. 122
Prabavathi, C. ................................................................. 101, 122
Pradeep, Anju ..............................................................................72
Pradhan, Omkar ..........................................................................98
Prasad, Chandra Shekhar ��������������������������������������������������������42
Premkumar, Navaneeth ......................................................49, 84
Prigent, Gaetan ........................................................................ 105
Principe, Maria ......................................................................... 104
Prokop, Alexander ................................................................... 115
Psychoudakis, Dimitris .......................................................46, 108
Pujols, Agnes ................................................................................91
Pulido Mancera, Laura Maria ������������������������������������������������41
Pulimeno, Azzurra .................................................................... 107
Pu, Shi ......................................................................................... 115
Q
Qian, Huizhen .............................................................................55
Qian, Yang ..................................................................75, 97, 119
Qiao, Tai .................................................................................... 101
Qi, Cheng .....................................................................................55
Qi, Limei ..................................................................................... 105
Qing, Xianming ..................................................................83, 121
Qin, Pei-Yuan ............................................................................. 108
Qin, Yexian ................................................................................ 106
Qin, Yifeng ..........................................................................78, 120
Qiu, Cheng-Wei .........................................................................40
Qiu, Jinghui ....................................................................42, 44, 54
Qiu, Shuang .................................................................................55
Qiu, Wenbin ................................................................................56
Qi, Xin ......................................................................................... 112
Quadrelli, Marco ........................................................................98
Quarfoth, Ryan ............................................................................64
Quevedo-Teruel, Oscar .................................40, 76, 108, 111
Quevedo-Teruel, Oscar (Sess. Co-Chair) 93, 111
Que, Xiaofeng ...................................................................39, 112
Quimby, Jeanne ....................................................................... 117
Quintana, Karina .........................................................................42
Qureshi, Muhammad .............................................................. 115
Qu, Shi-Wei ..................................................................................63
R
Rachidi, Farhad ............................................................................61
Radko, Ilya ....................................................................................37
Raeker, Brian ................................................................................41
Rahmat-Samii, Yahya .....58, 63, 65, 80, 88, 111, 114, 116
Rahmat-Samii, Yahya (Sess. Co-Chair) ������������������������������ 111
Rajab, Khalid Z. .................................................................43, 103
Rajan, Siddharth ..........................................................................64
Rajo-Iglesias, Eva ..........................................................40, 49, 76
Rajo-Iglesias, Eva (Sess. Co-Chair) ����������������������������������������49
Ramaccia, Davide ................................................................... 103
Ramadan, Ali ................................................................................63
Ramahi, Omar ...................................... 42, 63, 75, 77, 83, 102
Ramahi, Omar (Sess. Co-Chair) ���������������������������������������������63
Raman Menon, Rajesh Mohan �����������������������������������������������72
Ramírez Arroyave, Germán Augusto �������������������������������������94
Ramirez, Joshua ...........................................................................58
RamRakhyani, Anil .................................................................... 115
Rangel, John Alejandro �������������������������������������������������������������61
Ranjbar, Mohammadamin �������������������������������������������������������41
Ranjbar Nikkhah, Mohammad �����������������������������������������������39
Rao, Sadasiva ........................................................................... 112
Rao, Sudhakar (Sess. Co-Chair) ��������������������������������������������68
Rashidian, Atabak ................................................................51, 53
Rashid, Tahmid .............................................................................84
Rathod, Shivraj .............................................................................77
Rautio, Brian .................................................................................82
Raveu, Nathalie ...........................................................................88
Rawat, Karun ............................................................................. 123
Rawat, Meenakshi ................................................................... 123
Raza, Ali ........................................................................................64
Reck, Theodore J. ........................................................................92
Reddy, C. J. ..................................................................................67
Reddy, Gopi Shrikanth ��������������������������������������������������������������45
Redondo, Aitor .............................................................................70
Reed, Jeffrey .................................................................................50
Reid, Brian ....................................................................................80
Reig, Juan ................................................................................... 117
Reiter, Leopold .............................................................................41
Remley, Kate .............................................................................. 117
Renga, Flavio ...............................................................................94
Rengarajan, Sembiam ........................................................ 94, 99
Rengarajan, Sembiam (Sess. Co-Chair) �������������������������������94
Ren, Han .................................................................................... 104
Ren, Kai .........................................................................................87
Ren, Kun ........................................................................................64
Ren, Lingyun ...................................................................43, 80, 92
Ren, Qiang ................................................................................ 113
Ren, Yi .....................................................................................39, 91
Ren, Yu-Jiun ................................................................................ 120
Reshef, Orad ................................................................................91
Reyes, Miguel ..............................................................................94
Reyes, Nicolas ......................................................................49, 92
Reyes Vera, Erick .........................................................................46
Reyna, Alberto .............................................................................66
Reynolds, Matthew .....................................................................87
Ribero, Jean-Marc ................................................................71, 94
Riccardi, Antonio ...................................................................... 114
Richard, Vincent ...........................................................................93
Rigelsford, Jonathan ................................................................. 110
Ringwood, Samuel .....................................................................91
Rius, Juan M. ................................................................................46
Rivero, Javier .................................................................................60
Rizwan, Muhammad .......................................................... 83, 84
Roberson, David ..........................................................................91
Robin, Olivier ............................................................................ 120
Robol, Fabrizio ............................................................................97
Rocca, Paolo ........................................64, 66, 68, 82, 87, 110
Rocca, Paolo (Sess. Co-Chair) ..............................64, 66, 112
Rodrigo-Peñarrocha, Vicent M. �������������������������������������������� 117
Rodrigues, Gonçalo ................................................................ 107
Rodriguez-Berral, Raul ................................................................38
Rodriguez-Cuevas, Jorge ����������������������������������������������������������69
Rodriguez, Mauricio ............................................................... 110
Rodriguez, Miguel ......................................................................76
Rodríguez Solís, Rafael ......................................... 93, 113, 115
Rodriguez Solis, Rafael (Sess. Co-Chair) 113
Rogers, John .................................................................................58
Rogers, Ted ................................................................................ 121
Rogier, Hendrik ............................................................................77
Rojas, Diego .................................................................................94
Rojas, Roberto ....................................................................51, 108
Rolfes, Ilona ............................................................................... 119
Roman, Francisco ........................................................................61
Romero, Gustavo .........................................................................64
Romeu, Jordi .............................................................................. 109
Romier, Maxime ..........................................................................93
Rong, Aosheng ............................................................................71
Roos, J. ...........................................................................................56
Roper, David ......................................................................79, 120
Rosa, Guilherme S. .....................................................................98
Rose, Alec .....................................................................................87
Rossi, Marco ................................................................................77
Rothwell, Edward ........................................................................99
Rouet, François-Henry ................................................................44
Roussel, Hélène ....................................................... 97, 102, 111
Rowe, Tyler ...................................................................................78
Row, Jeen-Sheen ...................................................................... 104
Roy, Shuvo ....................................................................................84
Rubio Bretones, Amelia �������������������������������������������������������������98
Rubio, Lorenzo .......................................................................... 117
Rudolph, Scott .......................................................................41, 66
139
Rudolph, Scott (Sess. Co-Chair) ���������������������������������������������41
Rule, Donald .................................................................................77
Rulikowski, Pawel ...................................................................... 113
Ruphuy, Miguel ......................................................................... 102
Russo, Ivan ....................................................................................84
Ruyle, Jessica ........................................................................ 68, 86
Rydosz, Artur ................................................40, 67, 81, 90, 113
Ryu, Christopher ..........................................................................44
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Sabbadini, Marco ............................................................79, 103
Sabory-García, Rafael ........................................................... 106
Saccardi, Francesco ...............................................39, 105, 121
Sadler, Brian .......................................................... 106, 117, 123
Saed, Mohammad ............................................................. 65, 69
Saeed, Saud M. ............................................................... 77, 109
Saeidi-Manesh, Hadi .................................................................60
Saez de Adana, Francisco ��������������������������������������������������� 114
Safaai-Jazi, Ahmad .....................................................................75
Safavi-Naeini, Safieddin .......................... 42, 61, 63, 93, 113
Saha, Seemanti ................................................................... 50, 60
Sahin, Seckin ............................................................................. 108
Sahinturk, Hulya ....................................................................... 107
Sainath, Kamalesh .................................................... 86, 91, 102
Sainati, Robert .............................................................................48
Saini, Navtej ................................................................................90
Saito, Kazuyuki ..................................................................80, 115
Saito, Kazuyuki (Sess. Co-Chair) ���������������������������������������� 115
Saito, Mikiko ................................................................................92
Saito, Sakuyoshi ..........................................................................72
Sajal, Sayeed .......................................................................59, 86
Sajjad, Muhammad ...................................................................71
Sakakibara, Kunio .................................................................... 108
Sakata, Kazutoshi .......................................................................45
Sakhdari, Maryamsadat ����������������������������������������������������������92
Sakomura, Eduardo ....................................................................49
Salama, Khaled ...........................................................................38
Salazar-Palma, Magdalena ...................................... 43, 71, 75
Saleh, Hassan ..............................................................................91
Salmasi, Mahbod ............................................................... 66, 98
Salo, Glen ....................................................................................71
Salucci, Marco .................................................................... 64, 88
Samimi, Alireza ............................................................................76
Samson, Timothy ..........................................................................56
Sanchez Alvarez, Luis Francisco ���������������������������������������������99
Sánchez-Escuderos, Daniel ����������������������������������������������� 67, 77
Sanchez, Tibisay ...................................................................... 116
Sandhu, Ali Imran ........................................................................65
Sanghai, Saurabh ................................................................41, 51
Sanphuang, Varittha .........................................................45, 106
Saqueb, Syed An Nazmus ������������������������������������������������������87
Sarabandi, Kamal ..53, 55, 65, 70, 78, 98, 100, 106, 117,
123
Sarabandi, Kamal (Sess. Co-Chair) ��������������������������������������70
Sarkar, Tapan K. ........................................................... 43, 71, 75
Sarkar, Tapan (Sess. Co-Chair) ������������������������������������71, 116
Sarrazin, Julien .............................................................................92
Sarris, Costas D. ................................................................50, 102
Sarto, Maria Sabrina .................................................................84
Sasaki, Ai-ichiro ............................................................................50
Sasaki, Shusuke ...........................................................................93
Sasaki, Takayashi ........................................................................67
Satitchantrakul, Thanatcha �������������������������������������������������������92
Sato, Hiroshi .............................................................................. 121
Sato, Ryoichi .............................................................................. 109
Sauder, Jonathan ..................................................................... 111
Sauleau, Ronan ........... 48, 49, 80, 82, 104, 105, 108, 112
Saunders Filho, Claudio �����������������������������������������������������������84
Savaidis, Stylianos P. ............................................................... 115
Saville, Michael ........................................................................ 101
Sawicki, James F. ...................................................................... 115
Saxerud, Alexander ....................................................................97
Sayed, Sadeed .................................................................86, 101
Scafè, Stefano .......................................................................... 103
Scanlon, William ...................................................................... 110
Scaravilli, Michele ......................................................................77
Scarborough, Clinton .......................................................66, 104
Scattone, Francesco ...................................................................82
Schab, Kurt ............................................................................ 37, 51
Schaefers, Gregor .................................................. 99, 107, 115
Schäfer, Jochen ........................................................................ 108
Schamp, Ray ............................................................................. 117
Schennum, Steve .........................................................................82
Schettini, Giuseppe ....................................................................48
Schilliger Kildal, Susanne ���������������������������������������������������������56
Schmid, Robert ......................................................................39, 98
Scholnik, Dan ...............................................................................68
Schoonderwoerd, Fred ........................................................... 121
Schotland, John ...........................................................................99
Schroeder, Mark .........................................................................59
Schulman, A. ................................................................................80
Schulz, Christian ....................................................................... 119
Schurig, David ..................................................................... 65, 68
Schutt-Aine, Jose ..........................................................................71
Schwingenschlögl, Udo ������������������������������������������������������������71
Scialacqua, Lucia ....................................................39, 105, 121
Scorrano, Luca .............................................................................75
Scroggs, Matthew ......................................................................67
Sebak, Abdelrazik ..............................49, 61, 63, 70, 93, 108
Sebastian, Tom ............................................................................77
Seddiki, Mohamed Lamine ������������������������������������������������������47
Seed, Luke ....................................................................................71
Segovia Vargas, Daniel ������������������������������������������������������������82
Seguenot, Eric ..............................................................................49
Seki, Ryuya ................................................................................ 101
Sekulic, Ivan .................................................................................46
Selcuk, Gokhun ...........................................................................60
Semouchkina, Elena ......................................................... 77, 107
Sengupta, Sohini .........................................................................40
Senior, David ....................................................................... 63, 92
Senior, David E. ...........................................................................46
Sepulveda, Nelson .....................................................................86
Serralles, Jose ........................................................................... 107
Sertel, Kubilay ...........................................45, 87, 90, 103, 108
Sesques, Muriel ...........................................................................91
Seto, Hiroyuki ...............................................................................92
Sever, Emrah ............................................................................. 105
Sfrecola, Marco ..........................................................................94
Shaarawi, Amr .............................................................................81
Shafai, Lotfollah ............................................................53, 75, 79
Shafiemehr, Masoud ..................................................................92
Shah, Arpan .................................................................................43
Shah, Pratik ...................................................................................87
Shah, Umang ...............................................................................45
Shahvirdi Dizaj Yekan, Taha ..............................108, 111, 114
Shah, Waqar Ali .........................................................................45
Shaker, George (Sess. Co-Chair) ������������������������������������������59
Shaker, Jafar .................................................................................69
Shaker, Jafar (Sess. Co-Chair) ������������������������������������������������69
Shamim, Atif ................................................................... 77, 86, 90
Shamsadini, Shila ........................................................................90
Shamsinejad, Souren ................................................ 40, 90, 104
Shanker, Balasubramaniam .................. 53, 60, 86, 103, 105
Shanker, B (Sess. Co-Chair) ................................ 86, 103, 105
Shanta, Mridula ..........................................................................72
Shao, Wei ............................................................................ 60, 98
Shao, Yang .........................................................................61, 113
Sharawi, Mohammad S. ................ 40, 47, 61, 64, 104, 121
Sharawi, Mohammad (Sess. Co-Chair) ������������������������ 47, 61
Sharma, Abhishek .......................................................................42
Sharma, Avinash ..........................................................................58
Sharma, Kapil ..............................................................................60
Sharma, Pallavi ............................................................................83
Sharma, Sameer .........................................................................45
Sharma, Satish ........... 38, 41, 56, 69, 72, 76, 90, 109, 119
140
Sharma, Satish (Sess. Co-Chair) ��������������������������������������������38
Sharp, Matthew ..........................................................................98
Sharshevsky, Arkadi ................................................................. 103
Shaver, Ryan ............................................................................. 101
Shavit, Reuven ..............................................................................38
Sha, Wei E.I. ..........................................................41, 44, 59, 71
Shay, Naor ...................................................................................67
Shchelokova, Alena ................................................................. 107
Shea, Jacob D. ......................................................................... 115
She, Chuanfei ........................................................................... 109
Shehan, Joshua ......................................................................... 107
Sheikh Hosseini, Farhad Lori ����������������������������������������������������60
Sheldon, Colin ...................................................................59, 119
Shemelya, Corey ........................................................................91
Shen, Chi-Kai ................................................................................76
Sheng, Weitian ...........................................................39, 99, 113
Sheng, Xin-Qing ..........................................................................39
Shen, Shanpu ....................................................................... 40, 43
Shen, Zhongxiang ............................................................61, 109
Shen , Zhongxiang (Sess. Co-Chair) �������������������������������� 109
Shepherd, Roderick ................................................................. 104
Sherrott, Michelle ........................................................................85
Shih, Ting-Yen ...............................................................................78
Shimizu, Masayuki ................................................................... 109
Shin, Jongchul ..............................................................................81
Shiotani, Koichi ......................................................................... 108
Shirafune, Masami ................................................................... 116
Shirai, Hiroshi ............................................................................ 109
Shirazi, Mahmoud ......................................................................72
Shi, Shengbing ............................................................................98
Shi, Sheng-Bing ...........................................................................60
Shi, Tianyun ................................................................................ 117
Shi, Yifei ............................................................................ 101, 113
Shorey, Aric ............................................................................... 115
Shrekenhamer, David .................................................................86
Shuai, Xiang .......................................................................42, 121
Shubair, Raed ................................54, 84, 85, 110, 119, 120
Shumakov, Denys ................................................................ 72, 87
Shumpert, Thomas .......................................................................79
Shu, Yiyang ...................................................................................55
Siafarikas, Dimitrios .................................................................. 116
Sierra-Pérez, Manuel ..................................................................88
Sievenpiper, Daniel ....................................................................41
Sihvola, Ari ....................................................................................62
Silaghi, Andrei .............................................................................77
Silapunt, Rardchawadee ����������������������������������������������������������92
Silveira, Eduardo .........................................................................49
Silveirinha, Mario G. ..................................................................38
Simakauskas, Brian .....................................................................56
Sim, Chow-Yen-Desmond .............................................104, 120
Simin, Grigory ..............................................................................88
Simon, Adam ................................................................................76
Simons, Matt ................................................................................99
Simons, Rainee .................................................................... 60, 67
Simon, Winfried ........................................................................ 115
Simorangkir, Roy B. V. B. ����������������������������������������������������������77
Simpson, Jamesina ......................................................................76
Simpson, John ..............................................................................77
Simpson, Ted ................................................................................85
Simpson, Ted (Sess. Co-Chair) �����������������������������������������������85
Simsek, Ergun ................................................................44, 84, 91
Simsek, Ergun (Sess. Co-Chair) ����������������������������������������������64
Sinclair, Michael .........................................................................37
Singhal, Sarthak ..........................................................................55
Singh, Amit Kumar .......................................................................55
Singh, Nirpendra ........................................................................71
Sipus, Zvonimir ...........................................................40, 76, 111
Siripuram, Anirudha ....................................................................99
Sirivisoot, Sirinrath .......................................................................92
Sirsi, Siddhartha ....................................................................... 106
Sjöberg, Daniel ................................................................. 87, 111
Skipper, Michael .........................................................................53
Skorobogatiy, Maksim ............................................................ 102
Skou, Niels ................................................................................ 107
Sleasman, Timothy .............................................................. 75, 87
Slobozhanyuk, Alexey .....................................................48, 107
Slomian, Izabela .........................................40, 67, 81, 90, 113
Smierzchalski, Maciej ................................................................49
Smith, Brian ...................................................................................60
Smith, David R. .......................................................41, 72, 75, 87
Smith, Kathryn ...................................................................... 43, 66
Smith, Lisa ......................................................................................72
Smith, Richard ........................................................................51, 53
Smith, Stephanie ..........................................................................49
Smolders, Bart ....................................................................75, 114
Smull, Aaron P. ........................................................... 44, 89, 106
Sobis, Peter ................................................................................ 105
Sodickson, Daniel .................................................................... 107
Sohn, Sung-Min ........................................................................ 107
Sokoler, Leo Emil ...................................................................... 114
Soldner, Nicholas C. ............................................................... 100
Soldovieri, Francesco .................................................................65
Soltani, Saber ...................................................................... 40, 92
Somolinos, Alvaro .......................................................................64
Song, Jiming .......................................................................48, 102
Song, Jiming (Sess. Co-Chair) ������������������������������������������������49
Song, Lingnan ..............................................................................80
Song, Mingzhao .........................................................................42
Sørensen, Stig Busk ..........................................................93, 114
Soric, Jason .................................................................81, 91, 103
Sounas, Dimitrios ..................................... 38, 48, 91, 103, 108
Sounas, Dimitrios (Sess. Co-Chair) ................38, 84, 91, 116
Sow, Chorng Haur .....................................................................91
Spencer, Michael W. .............................................................. 107
Stake, Jan ................................................................................... 105
Stang, John ................................................................................ 106
Staraj, Robert ........................................................................71, 94
Stark, Robert .................................................................................77
Stearns, Stephen D. ....................................................................80
Steer, Killian .......................................................................... 43, 66
Steinberg, Ben Z. ..............................................................69, 110
Steyskal, Hans ..............................................................................49
Stilwell, Robert .............................................................................58
Stornelli, Vincenzo .................................................................... 120
Struckman, Keith ..........................................................................85
Stupfel, Bruno ............................................................................ 113
Stupfel, Bruno (Sess. Co-Chair) ������������������������������������������ 113
Stutzman, Warren ............................................................... 65, 75
Subramanya, Kavya ...................................................................46
Suikkola, Jari .................................................................................58
Sultan, Kamel ...............................................................................45
Sun, Guangmin ............................................................................64
Sun, Guilin ....................................................................................59
Sun, Kepei ....................................................................................45
Sun, Lin ....................................................................................49, 67
Sun, Qingtao ........................................................... 44, 113, 116
Sun, Sheng ............................................... 40, 46, 78, 109, 116
Sun, Yuxiang .................................................................................42
Sun, Zhaoqing .............................................................................46
Sutinjo, Adrian ..............................................................................75
Su, Wenjing ..................................................................................58
Suzuki, Sho ................................................................................ 115
Sweatlock, Luke ...........................................................................85
Swelam, Wael .............................................................................55
Swenson, Charles .................................................................... 111
Sydänheimo, Lauri ........................................................83, 84, 90
Syed, Irfan Sohail ........................................................................83
Syed, Waqas Hassan ...............................................................39
Syun, Jhang-Fu .............................................................................51
Syverud, Myles ......................................................................... 122
T
T A, Anjit ........................................................................................87
Tabuchi, Ryohei ........................................................................ 111
Taguchi, Mitsuo ................................................................... 40, 54
141
Tahir, Farooq A. ...........................................................................64
Taillandier, Cedric .......................................................................91
Tajik, Daniel ..................................................................................72
Takahashi, Kanata .......................................................................37
Takahashi, Kazuya ................................................................... 101
Takahashi, Masaharu .......................................................80, 121
Takahashi, Ryota ..........................................................................47
Takata, Koya ................................................................................54
Takei, Ryota ..................................................................................80
Takook, Pegah .............................................................................92
Takrimi, Manouchehr .................................................................82
Talbi, Larbi .................................................................................. 117
Tamayo Domínguez, Adrián ����������������������������������������������������88
Tamburrano, Alessio ...................................................................84
Tammen, David ............................................................................88
Tanaka, Tai ...................................................................................86
Tan, Eng Leong ..................................................................98, 109
Tan, Eng Leong (Sess. Co-Chair) ���������������������������������������� 109
Tanghe, Emmeric ...................................................................... 110
Tang, Qi ........................................................................................45
Tang, Si Jie ..........................................................................59, 102
Tang, Xiao Hong .........................................................................72
Tang, Xiaojun ............................................................................ 120
Tang, Xinyi .................................................................................. 121
Tankaria, Harshal ..................................................................... 115
Tan, Shurun .........................................................................44, 101
Tanveer, Wasif .............................................................................53
Tao, Lu ......................................................................................... 119
Tapia, Valeria ........................................................................49, 92
Tarasenko, Nicholas .............................................. 94, 110, 122
Tarng, Jenn-Hwan ........................................................................54
Tasic, Miodrag ............................................................................67
Ta, Son Xuat .................................................................................88
Tateno, Akihiro .............................................................................80
Tateno, Hanae .............................................................................72
Tavares, Emanuel ........................................................................94
Tavassolian, Negar .....................................................38, 54, 55
Tawk, Youssef .................................... 41, 63, 64, 70, 111, 120
Taylor, Paul ...................................................................................58
Tazlauanu, Mihai ........................................................................45
Tedjini, Smail ................................................................................90
Teeslink, Tarron ............................................................................86
Tehrani, Bijan ................................................................................71
Teixeira, Fernando L. .. 44, 47, 61, 86, 91, 97, 98, 101, 102,
103
Tekbas, Kenan .......................................................................... 116
Tekin, Ibrahim ............................................................................ 120
Tekkouk, Karim ...................................................................92, 112
Tellechea, Amagoia ...................................................................41
Tempone, Raul .......................................................................... 102
Tendolkar, Pooja ..........................................................................43
Teng, Si Jia ....................................................................................46
Teniou, Mounir .......................................................................... 111
Tennant, Alan ........................................................................71, 90
Tentzeris, Manos M. ........................................... 50, 58, 71, 77
Tenuti, Lorenza ............................................................87, 88, 108
Terrill, Eric ................................................................................... 122
Terzuoli, Andrew .........................................................................56
Thirion-Lefevre, Laetitia ................................................................79
Thomet, Antoine ........................................................................ 109
Thompson II, Willie .....................................................................58
Thompson, Jeffrey ........................................................................72
Thomson, Mark ........................................................................ 111
Thorsen, Rasmus Ø. ....................................................................37
Thurai, Merhala .................................................................98, 102
Tianang, Elie .................................................................................56
Tian, Xuezhe ......................................................................... 46, 60
Tiede, Tyler ................................................................................. 102
Tierney, Brian ................................................................................66
Ting, Sio-Weng ............................................................................89
Tirado, Luis ....................................................................................50
Tobia, Antonino ........................................................................ 103
Tobon Vasquez, Jorge ............................................................. 107
Toccafondi, Alberto ................................................................. 109
Tok, Eng Soon ..............................................................................91
Tokgoz, Cagatay ................................................... 70, 100, 119
Tokizaki, Takashi ....................................................................... 105
Tolley, Mike ..................................................................................58
Tolstedt, Travis ..............................................................................59
Tomasic, Boris ...................................................................... 68, 79
Tong, Mei Song .................39, 46, 54, 59, 67, 72, 102, 105
Tong, Meisong (Sess. Co-Chair) ������������������������������������39, 92
Tonlorenzi, Sara ..........................................................................79
Torki, Amir .................................................................................. 108
Tork Ladani, Faezeh ....................................................................69
Torrecilla Orte, Fernando ���������������������������������������������������������99
Torres, David ................................................................................86
Torres-Garcia, Alicia E. �������������������������������������������������������������92
Tortel, Hervé .................................................................................91
Toscano, Alessandro .........................................59, 81, 84, 103
Towfiq, Md Asaduzzaman �����������������������������������������������81, 94
Tran, Nghi .....................................................................................86
Tran, Nghia ................................................................... 67, 80, 92
Tran, Ngochao ............................................................................50
Tran, Phu ........................................................................................56
Tretyakov, Oleg A. ................................................................... 114
Tretyakov, Sergei .........................................................................48
Trichopoulos, Georgios ..................................................... 45, 85
Trinh, Le Huy .................................................................................94
Tripon-Canseliet, Charlotte ��������������������������������������������������� 104
Triverio, Piero ...................................................................105, 116
Trofatter, Parker ............................................................................87
Tropp, Oscar ............................................................................. 105
Trotta, Fabrizio .......................................................................... 120
Tsai, Chia-Tai ................................................................................41
Tsang, Leung .......................................................................44, 101
Tseng, Bin-Chyi ............................................................................76
Tsitsas, Nikolaos ..........................................................................91
Tsuji, Mikio ............................................................................ 40, 93
Tsunekawa, Yoshitaka ...................................................... 47, 101
Tsunemitsu, Yasuhiro ................................................................. 104
Tsutsumi, Toshiki ............................................................................40
Tubau, Ségolène ...................................................................... 105
Tuchkin, Yury A. ......................................................................... 105
Tu, Huilin ..................................................................................... 121
Tu, Hui-Lin ......................................................................................42
Tuninetti, Daniela .........................................................................50
Tuo, Mingguang ..........................................................................87
Turhan-Sayan, Gonul .................................................................50
Tuss, James ................................................................................. 109
Tu, Zhi-Hong .................................................................................51
Tyo, J. Scott ...................................................................................53
Tzanos, Panos ........................................................................... 101
Tzarouchis, Dimitrios ........................................................... 54, 62
U
Ubeda, Eduard ............................................................................46
Uber, Richard ............................................................................ 101
Uemichi, Yusuke ...........................................................................70
Uguen, Bernard ...........................................................................66
Ukkonen, Leena .................................................... 58, 83, 84, 90
Ülkü, Huseyin Arda ......................................... 71, 86, 101, 102
Ullah, Muhammad Sana ����������������������������������������������������������51
Ulland, Andreas ...........................................................................99
Um, Kwi-Seob ........................................................................... 100
Ünal, Alper ................................................................................... 41
Urabe, Kei .................................................................................. 105
Urbas, Augustine .........................................................................37
Usai, Pierpaolo ..................................................................79, 110
Usama, Enass ............................................................................ 115
Uslenghi, Piergiorgio L. E. ���������������������������������������������������������91
Uslenghi, Piergiorgio (Sess. Co-Chair) ���������������������������������91
Uysal, Ismail Enes ....................................................71, 101, 102
Uz Zaman, Ashraf .......................................................................45
142
V
Vacca, Marco ........................................................................... 107
Vacchione, Joseph ............................................................85, 111
Vahabzadeh, Yousef ..................................................................48
Valale Prasannakumar, Prathap ����������������������������������������������57
Valentin, Emmanuel .................................................................. 112
Valenzuela, Reinaldo A. �������������������������������������������������������� 110
Valeri, Fabio .................................................................................79
Valerio, Guido ........................................................... 80, 92, 111
Valero-Nogueira, Alejandro ����������������������������������������������������49
Valles Castro, Antonio ................................................................99
Vande Ginste, Dries ............................................................. 77, 98
Van de Moortele, Pierre-Francois ���������������������������������������� 106
Vandenbosch, Guy A. E. ................................................. 37, 117
van der Weide, Daniel �������������������������������������������������������������55
van Leijen, Vincent .................................................................... 121
Van Londersele, Arne .................................................................98
van ‘t Wout, Elwin .......................................................................67
Van Veen, Barry ........................................................................ 115
Vargas, Cesar ..............................................................................68
Vargas-Lara, Fernando ........................................................69, 99
Vargas-Rosales, Cesar ............................................................ 123
Varghese, Binni ............................................................................91
Varum, Tiago ................................................................................81
Vaseem, Muhammad .................................................................86
Vassallo, Frank A. ..................................................................... 100
Vaughan, Thomas .................................................................... 107
Vaupel, Thomas ........................................................................ 105
Vazquez Alejos, Ana ........................................... 38, 59, 65, 99
Vázquez Castillo, Javier �����������������������������������������������������������99
Vazquez-Roy, Jose-Luis ...............................................................40
Vecchi, Giuseppe ......................................................... 39, 71, 94
Vega, Felix ....................................................................................61
Vega, Felix (Sess. Co-Chair) ���������������������������������������������������61
Vela García, Luis René ��������������������������������������������������������������99
Vellucci, Stefano ....................................................................... 103
Vendhan, C. P. .......................................................................... 122
Venkataraman, Jayanti ................................................ 45, 77, 84
Venkatesh, Dilip ...........................................................................62
Venkatesh, Suresh ................................................................ 65, 68
Verdier, Jacques ...........................................................................63
Veremey, Vladimir ..................................................................... 104
Verhagen, Ewold ...................................................................... 111
Verma, Gunjan .................................................................117, 123
Verma, Yogesh .......................................................................... 105
Vescovo, Roberto ........................................................................68
Vesterdal, Niels ........................................................................ 114
Veysi, Mehdi ......................................................................66, 114
Vezzani, Gianfranco ...................................................................79
Viani, Federico .............................................................................97
Vico, Felipe ...................................................................................67
Viikari, Ville ....................................................................................54
Villadangos, Jesus .......................................................................68
Villa, Fabrizio ...............................................................................92
Villegas, Ruben ............................................................................50
Villers, Serge ................................................................................53
Vipiana, Francesca ................................................. 60, 107, 112
Virkki, Johanna ..................................................................... 83, 90
Viskum, Hans-Henrik ...................................................................93
Viswanathan, Naren ..................................................................68
Viteri-Mera, Carlos ............................................................... 47, 61
Vittoria, Carmine ..........................................................................53
Vo Dai, Toan ........................................................................ 40, 68
Vogel, Martin ............................................................................ 106
Vo, Henry ......................................................................................47
Volakis, John ..... 38, 45, 47, 50, 56, 63, 64, 69, 77, 84, 86,
90, 103, 106, 116, 119
Volakis, John (Sess. Co-Chair) ................ 47, 50, 84, 86, 116
Volkov, Valentyn ...........................................................................37
Volvach, Iana ...............................................................................71
Vosoogh, Abbas .........................................................................70
Vouvakis, Marinos N. .................................................. 47, 57, 89
Vukomanovic, Mladen ��������������������������������������������������������������40
Vulis, Daryl ....................................................................................91
Vuong, Tan Phu ............................................................................63
Vyomesh Thakor, Nitish �������������������������������������������������������������42
W
Wahab, Mohamed ....................................................................55
Wallace, Jon ......................................................................... 47, 68
Wallace, Jon (Sess. Co-Chair) �����������������������������������������������47
Walsh, Evan .............................................................................. 122
Wang, Bing-Zhong ......................................................46, 75, 87
Wang, Chao-Fu ...........................................................................51
Wang, Chaowei .........................................................................89
Wang, Chih-Ming .................................................................... 117
Wang, Dan ..................................................................................54
Wang, Haiming ...........................................................................93
Wang, Hao ............................................................................... 120
Wang, Haofei .............................................................................80
Wang, Hua ............................................................................... 113
Wang, Jiao ................................................................................ 102
Wang, Jing ...................................................................................39
Wang, Johnson ............................................................................60
Wang, Johnson (Sess. Co-Chair) �������������������������������������������60
Wang, Junbo ............................................................................ 105
Wang, Junhong ........................................................................ 112
Wang, Kun ................................................................................ 115
Wang, Liqing ...............................................................................70
Wang, Min ................................................................................ 107
Wang, Nannan ...........................................................................70
Wang, Ning .................................................................................92
Wang, Peng Cheng .........................................................39, 105
Wang, Ping ............................................................................... 120
Wang, Qi .............................................................. 110, 117, 122
Wang, Qing .................................................................... 121, 122
Wang, Ren ...................................................................................46
Wang, Rui ........................................................................110, 113
Wang, Shi Cong ............................................... 46, 54, 72, 102
Wang, Shiyan ........................................................................... 109
Wang, Shouping ...................................................................... 121
Wang, Shu .........................................................................61, 113
Wan, Guo Chun .........................................................................59
Wang, Wei ..............................................................89, 104, 112
Wang, Weidong ........................................................................89
Wang, Weijie ..............................................................................97
Wang, Xiande .............................................................................77
Wang, Xiao-Hua .........................................................................87
Wang, Xiong ............................................................................. 106
Wang, Yanyan ............................................................................61
Wang, Yibo ............................................................................... 120
Wang, Ying .......................................................................... 42, 93
Wang, Yuanxun ...........................................................................98
Wang, Zhe ................................................................................ 117
Wang, Ziqian ........................................................................... 123
Warad, Mruthyunjaya ��������������������������������������������������������������42
Ward, Jeffrey ................................................................................76
Warnick, Karl ........................................................................49, 75
Warnick, Karl (Sess. Co-Chair) ����������������������������������������������49
Washiro, Takanori .................................................................... 106
Watanabe, Soichi .......................................................................80
Watt, Stephen ........................................................................... 119
Weedon, W.H. ...........................................................................88
Wei, Da-Cheng .................................................................90, 117
Wei, Feng .................................................................................. 108
Weile, Daniel S. .........................................................67, 86, 103
Weile, Daniel (Sess. Co-Chair) ����������������������������������������������67
Wei, Michael ............................................................................ 112
Weiss, Steven .................................................................100, 104
Weiss, Steven (Sess. Co-Chair) ���������������������������������������41, 51
Weldon, Thomas ................................................................. 43, 66
Weldon, Thomas (Sess. Co-Chair) ����������������������������������������43
Wen, Dingliang ...........................................................................54
Wendt, Robert Travis ............................................................... 121
143
Wenner, Brett ...............................................................................86
Wen, Ya-Qing .............................................................................75
Werner, Douglas ..... 37, 38, 40, 44, 62, 66, 70, 71, 77, 78,
84, 100, 103, 104, 114, 120
Werner, Douglas (Sess. Co-Chair) ������������������������������62, 114
Werner, Pingjuan ................................................ 66, 77, 78, 104
West, James .................................................................................82
Wheatcroft, Justin ........................................................................79
White, Jacob ............................................................................. 107
Whites, Keith ................................................................................79
Wicker, Ryan ................................................................................91
Wijnholds, Stefan ........................................................................82
Wilbrink, Tjarda ........................................................................ 121
Wilke, L. G. ...................................................................................80
Williams, Earl ............................................................................ 121
Wilson, Christopher ....................................................................75
Wilton, Donald R. ............................................................... 46, 60
Wilton, Donald (Sess. Co-Chair) ����������������������������������� 46, 60
Wincza, Krzysztof .......................................40, 67, 81, 90, 113
Winterstein, Andreas ..................................................................67
Wiss, Victor ............................................................................... 121
Witte, Russel .............................................................................. 106
Wolf, Jeremiah .............................................................................82
Wolosinski, Grzegorz ............................................................. 113
Wong, Brandon ..........................................................................94
Wong, Dian Sheng ....................................................................42
Wong, Donald ......................................................................... 122
Wong, Hang ............................................................................. 117
Wood, Aihua ............................................................................ 101
Wright, Michael ....................................................................... 109
Wu, Chung-Tse Michael ����������������������������������������������������������83
Wu, Junqiang ...............................................................................91
Wu, Ke-Li .............................................................................90, 117
Wu, Liang ......................................................................................62
Wu, Lin-Sheng ........................................................................... 104
Wu, Qi ..........................................................................................93
Wu, Qun .......................................................................................89
Wu, Te-Kao ..................................................................................66
Wu, Tzong-Lin ..............................................................................76
Wu, Wen ....................................................................66, 84, 109
Wu, Xiaodong ..................................................................... 48, 59
Wu, Xuan Hui .....................................................................94, 112
Wu, Yu Mao ................................................................................46
X
Xia, Haiyang ................................................................................47
Xia, Hanyue ............................................................................... 120
Xiao, Gaobiao .....................................................................39, 46
Xiao, Shao-Qiu ..................................................................42, 121
Xiao, Songsong ...........................................................................89
Xia, Tian .........................................................................................67
Xia, Yulong ....................................................................................46
Xie, Yan-zhao ...............................................................................61
Xin, Hao ................................. 39, 45, 55, 78, 85, 87, 91, 106
Xin, Hao (Sess. Co-Chair) �������������������������������������������������������85
Xiong, Xiaoyan .............................................................................44
Xu, Bing Qing ...............................................................................72
Xue, Bai .........................................................................................63
Xue, Li .............................................................................................89
Xue, Quan ....................................................................................63
Xu, Hang .......................................................................................59
Xu, Kai Da .....................................................................................72
Xu, Luyao .......................................................................................99
Xu, Nan ...................................................................................... 120
Xu, Peng ...................................................................................... 106
Xu, Ping ..........................................................................................61
Xu, Shenheng ......................................... 64, 93, 105, 107, 108
Xu, Shenheng (Sess. Co-Chair) ������������������������������������������� 108
Xu, Xiaolan ................................................................................. 101
Xu, Xin ......................................................................................... 112
Xu, Yuancheng .............................................................................49
Y
Yadav, Preeti ................................................................................93
Yaghjian, Arthur ...........................................................................85
Yagoub, Mustapha .....................................................................89
Yagoubov, Pavel ..........................................................................92
Yahagi, Kanji ............................................................................. 116
Yahya, Rabia .........................................................................69, 83
Yakovlev, Alexander B. ...................................................... 38, 81
Yakovlev, Alexander B. (Sess. Co-Chair) 81, 83,
112
Yalamanchili, Soundarya ���������������������������������������������������������69
Yamaguchi, Satoshi ....................................................................64
Yamamoto, Naoyuki ..................................................................64
Yamamoto, Takaya .....................................................................67
Yamamoto, Tetsuya .................................................................. 105
Yamanaka, Shoji ...................................................................... 111
Yamauchi, Junji ..................................................................... 45, 94
Yanamadala, Janakinadh ����������������������������������������������������� 115
Yan, Fei ................................................................................60, 117
Yang, Binbin .................................................................................37
Yang, Bingzheng .........................................................................55
Yang, Caitian ...............................................................................92
Yang, Cheng ............................................................................. 105
Yang, Chun Xia ......................................................................... 105
Yang, Fan ................................................ 64, 93, 105, 107, 108
Yang, Fan (Sess. Co-Chair) ����������������������������������������������51, 64
Yang, Feng ..........................................................................60, 117
Yang, Guangli ........................................................................... 120
Yang, Huan ............................................................................... 117
Yang, Jian .......................................................... 61, 75, 105, 113
Yang, Jingya .............................................................................. 117
Yang, Kai .......................................................................................71
Yang, Ke ........................................................................................84
Yang, Lisheng ...............................................................................48
Yang, Peng .........................................................................60, 117
Yang, Shang-Hua ........................................................................92
Yang, Shiwen ...............................................................................66
Yang, Siming ................................................................................48
Yang, Xue ............................................................................93, 108
Yang, Xuesong .............................................................................98
Yang, Yuchen ...............................................................................84
Yang, Yuqing ................................................................................64
Yang, Zaifeng ........................................................................... 109
Yan, Jin ...........................................................................................89
Yan, Sen .............................................................................. 37, 117
Yan, Su ....................................................... 39, 64, 67, 101, 103
Yan, Yao-Qi ..................................................................................51
Yao, A-Min ...................................................................................66
Yao, Mingbo ........................................................................ 45, 89
Yao, Shun ..................................................................72, 109, 117
Yao, Yu ..........................................................46, 75, 93, 97, 119
Yao, Yuan ............................................................................89, 105
Yao, Zhi .........................................................................................98
Yardim, Caglar ..............................................99, 101, 121, 122
Yardimci, Nezih ...........................................................................92
Yarleque Medina, Manuel Augusto ��������������������������������������38
Yayan, Meliksah ..........................................................................42
Yektakhah, Behzad .................................................................. 100
Ye, Mao ..............................................................................59, 115
Yen, Jackson .................................................................................76
Yetisir, Ersin ....................................................................................47
Ye, Zhenbao ................................................................................97
Yi, Jianjia .................................................................................... 107
Yi, Lijun .................................................................................54, 121
Yilmaz, Ali (Sess. Co-Chair) ����������������������������������������������������82
Yilmaz, Hasan Onder ................................................................59
Yilmaz, Tuba .............................................................................. 107
Yin, Mei .........................................................................................91
Yinusa, Kazeem ...........................................................................81
Yinusa, Kazeen (Sess. Co-Chair) �������������������������������������������63
Yin, Yu ......................................................................................... 114
Yi, Zixuan .............................................................................. 60, 77
144
Yılmaz, Ali ...................................................................... 71, 82, 86
Ylä-Oijala, Pasi ............................................................................62
Yonemoto, Naruto ................................................................... 116
Yoon, Yong-Kyu ........................................................................ 115
Yoon, Young Joong ...........................................................64, 120
Yoshida, Takuya ....................................................................... 120
Yoshihara, Tatsuhiko ....................................................................67
You, Ben ..................................................................................... 104
Young, Jeffrey ...............................................................................75
Young, John .......................................................................... 46, 86
Yuan, Feng ..........................................................................94, 102
Yücel, Abdulkadir ...............................................39, 50, 99, 113
Yu, Chen ........................................................................................93
Yue, Taiwei ..................................................................... 37, 44, 62
Yu, Gene .......................................................................................70
Yu, Junsheng .............................................................................. 105
Yu, Kai .................................................................................... 46, 55
Yurduseven, Okan ...............................................37, 72, 87, 100
Yurduseven, Okan (Sess. Co-Chair) ��������������������������������������87
Yu, Shixing .....................................................................................93
Yu, Wenhua ..................................................................................89
Yu, Xi ............................................................................................ 116
Yu, Xiaoju .............................................................55, 78, 91, 106
Yu, Yantao ......................................................... 54, 59, 119, 121
Yu, Yiqiang ....................................................................................64
Yu, Yumei .................................................................................... 120
Yu, Zhiru ..............................................................................65, 102
Z
Zaarour, Nour ..............................................................................99
Zaghloul, Amir ......................................................44, 50, 54, 76
Zaghloul, Amir I. (Sess. Co-Chair) ��������������������������������� 44, 60
Zaghloul, Mona .................................................................. 84, 86
Zahran, Ahmed ............................................................................51
Zahran, Sherif ...............................................................................77
Zaid, Jamal ............................................................................41, 89
Zajic, Alenka ............................................................................. 106
Zaman, Ashraf Uz .......................................................................45
Zamani, Hojatollah .....................................................................87
Zamberlan, Daniel ......................................................................41
Zamora, Gerard ..........................................................................83
Zamudio, Maria ..........................................................................41
Zang, Tao .................................................................................. 102
Zeb, Basit Ali ................................................................................61
Zeeshan, Zeeshan ......................................................................97
Zemba, Michael .........................................................................94
Zeng, Qingsheng .........................................................40, 44, 94
Zeng, Shubin ................................................................................71
Zeng, Yunjia .................................................................................83
Zenin, Vladimir .............................................................................37
Zeppettella, David ............................................................ 57, 109
Zhadobov, Maxim ......................................................................42
Zhai, Guohua ........................................................................... 121
Zhang, Anxue ..............................................................................38
Zhang, Bohan ..............................................................................63
Zhang, Daisong ..........................................................................58
Zhang, Ge ................................................................................. 115
Zhang, Guifu ........................................................................ 60, 75
Zhang, Hong-tao ...........................................................104, 112
Zhang, Hualiang ...............................................................69, 104
Zhang, Jian ......................................................................... 67, 102
Zhang, Jianqi ............................................................................. 120
Zhang, Jie .....................................................................................72
Zhang, Jitao ..................................................................................87
Zhang, Kedi .......................................................................... 62, 97
Zhang, Lanchao ..........................................................................81
Zhang, Miao .....................................................................85, 100
Zhang, Qianyun ........................................................... 37, 40, 44
Zhang, Qingfeng ................................................... 63, 110, 113
Zhang, Qun ........................................................................94, 112
Zhang, Ran ...................................................................................98
Zhang, Runren ........................................................................... 113
Zhang, Shiqiao ......................................................................... 112
Zhang, Tao ...................................................................................47
Zhang, Ting ..................................................................................92
Zhang, Wenji ...............................................................................43
Zhang, Wentao ........................................................................ 109
Zhang, Xiaowei ...........................................................................50
Zhang, Xiaoyan ...........................................................................64
Zhang, Xingqi ............................................................................ 102
Zhang, Xinyue ........................................................................... 116
Zhang, Xuanming ........................................................................63
Zhang, Yang ................................................................................98
Zhang, Yao-Ping ....................................................................... 104
Zhang, Yue-Ji ................................................................................38
Zhang, Yun Jing ...........................................................................54
Zhang, Yu-Wei .............................................................................55
Zhang, Zhen-Yuan .................................................................... 117
Zhang, Zhijun ........................................................................49, 55
Zhang, Zhi-peng ..........................................................................60
Zhan, Qiwei .............................................................71, 113, 116
Zhan, Qiwen ................................................................................80
Zhao, Allen ................................................................................ 121
Zhao, Anping ............................................................................ 106
Zhao, Dixian .................................................................................47
Zhao, J.S. ......................................................................................88
Zhao, Lei .......................................................................................89
Zhao, Min .....................................................................................80
Zhao, Yanpu ................................................................................44
Zhao, Yan-wen ..................................................................60, 114
Zhao, Yongsheng ..................................................................... 106
Zhao, Zhuyan ........................................................................... 117
Zheng, Jianfeng ...........................................................................77
Zheng, Minrui ..............................................................................91
Zhong, Jingni ................................................................................77
Zhong, Zhangdui ..................................................................... 117
Zhou, Bangda ..............................................................................89
Zhou, Chenming .................................................................. 78, 94
Zhou, Haijing ...............................................................................97
Zhou, Liang ................................................................................ 104
Zhou, LongJian .............................................................................83
Zhou, Mi .................................................................................... 104
Zhou, Min ...........................................................................93, 114
Zhou, Rui .......................................................................................49
Zhou, Shi-Gang ...........................................................................58
Zhou, Tao ................................................................................... 104
Zhou, Yong ........................................................................... 63, 78
Zhou, Yuanguo ...............................................................113, 116
Zhou, Zehua .................................................................................63
Zhou, Zhi Guo .............................................................................46
Zhu, Bao .......................................................................................81
Zhu, Chengzhuo ...................................................................... 119
Zhu, Chunhui ...................................................................113, 116
Zhu, Dong .....................................................................................62
Zhu, Jianfeng ........................................................................ 40, 44
Zhu, Jinlong ..................................................................................97
Zhu, Jiyue ................................................................................... 101
Zhu, Lei ..........................................................................................40
Zhu, Liangmengcheng ................................................................46
Zhu, Qi ...........................................45, 46, 59, 60, 77, 89, 116
Zhu, Xiao-Qi .................................................................................84
Zhu, Yong ............................................................................79, 100
Ziai, Mohamad Ali .....................................................................58
Zich, Riccardo E. .........................................................................70
Ziolkowski, Richard (Sess. Co-Chair) �������������������� 37, 45, 89
Ziolkowski, Richard W. ....................................................... 37, 80
Zlebic, Cedo ................................................................................71
Zolla, Paolo ............................................................................... 107
Zong, Hua .................................................................. 55, 89, 107
Zong, Xianzheng .........................................................................75
Zoughi, Reza ................................................................................56
Zou, Lianfeng ................................................................................57
Zuboraj, Muhammed .......................................................38, 103
Zuffanelli, Simone ........................................................................83
Zwick, Thomas .......................................................................... 108
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Notes
146
Notes
147
Notes
148
Notes
149
Map: Grand Atlantic Ballroom — Level 1
Grand
Atlantic
Ballroom
Salon I
Salon II
Salon III
Oral Presentations
Awards Presentation
Oral Presentations
Oral Presentations
Palominito
Icaco
Vieques
Culebra
Oral Presentations
Oral Presentations
Oral Presentations
Oral Presentations
Grand Atlantic Terrace
Map: Grand Atlantic Ballroom — Level 2
Siete Mares
Ceiba
Las Croabas
Palmas
Oral Presentations
Oral Presentations
Oral Presentations
Oral Presentations
150
To Grand Caribbean
Grand Atlantic
Terrace
Map: Grand Caribbean Ballroom — Level 1
Salon VII-VIII
Salon III
Student Design Contest
Student Paper Competition
Salon I-II
Grand Caribbean Ballroom
Oral
Presentations
Exhibits
Interactive Forum
Coffee/Tea Breaks
Salon VI
Oral
Presentations
Grand
Caribbean
Foyer East
Oral
Presentations
Oral
Presentations
AP-S/URSI 2016 Registration
To Grand Atlantic
To Atrium
Lobby
Caribbean Terrace
Map: Mirador Level
Pablo Casals
Ballroom
El Faro Terrace
Chops Steakhouse
Drake’s
Terrace
Drake’s
Martini
Bar
Blossoms
La Piccola
Fontana
Mirador
Terrace
Orquidea
Violeta
A
Flamboyan
C
Poinsettia
Ballroom
Magnolia
Ballroom
Gardenia
B
Atrium
Lobby
A
151
B
23
25
24
26
33
35
32
34
36
PF.1
PF.2
PF.3
PF.4
PF.5
PF.6
PF.7
PF.8
PF.9
PF.10
PF.14
PF.13
PF.12
PF.11
PF.10
PF.9
PF.8
PF.7
PF.6
PF.5
PF.11
PF.12
PF.13
PF.14
PF.4
PF.3
PF.2
PF.1
Poster Area J
152
Break area
Break area
31
PD.1
PD.2
PD.3
PD.4
PD.5
PD.6
PD.7
PD.8
PD.9
PD.10
Poster Area C
PC.10
PC.9
PC.8
PC.7
PC.6
PC.5
PC.4
PC.3
PC.2
PC.1
Poster Area I
PB.11
PB.12
PB.1
PB.2
PB.3
PB.4
PB.5
PB.6
PB.7
PB.8
PB.9
PB.10
PA.1
PA.2
PA.3
PA.4
PA.5
PA.6
PA.7
PA.8
PA.9
PA.10
Poster Area A
PI.11
PI.12
16
PG.10
PG.9
PG.8
PG.7
PG.6
PG.5
PG.4
PG.3
PG.2
PG.1
14
Poster Area H
PH.1
PH.2
PH.3
PH.4
PH.5
PH.6
PH.7
PH.8
PH.9
PH.10
12
Poster Area E
15
PI.1
PI.2
PI.3
PI.4
PI.5
PI.6
PI.7
PI.8
PI.9
PI.10
13
Poster Area F
11
Break area
PJ.1
PJ.2
PJ.3
PJ.4
PJ.5
PJ.6
PJ.7
PJ.8
PJ.9
PJ.10
Map: Grand Caribbean Ballroom — Poster and Exhibit Detail
Poster Area B
Poster Area D
41
42
61
62
Poster Area G

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