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Sarabandi: Former Ph.D. Students


Dissertation Topic
Fikadu DagefuNovember 2012Exploitation and Mitigation of Multipath in Complex Wave Propagation Environments for Target Detection, Tracking, and CommunicationDagefu photo
Jungsuek OhSeptember 2012Advanced Antenna Miniaturization Techniques for Low-Power, Broadband and Diversity Wireless SystemsOh 
Mehrnoosh VahidpourDecember 2011A Millimeter-Wave Radar Microfabrication Technique and Its Application in Detection of Concealed Objects Vahidpour photo

Adel Elsherbini

April 2011Radar remote sensing of arid regionsElsherbini photo

Jacquelyn A. Vitaz
Raytheon Corp.

September 2010Enhanced discrimination techniques for radar based on-metal identification tagsVitaz photo
Michael ThielMay 2010Electromagnetic Models for Indoor Wave Propagation Analysis and their application for Ultra-wideband Near-Field Radar Imaging of Building Interiors and Human Movement  DetectionThiel photo
Farhad Bayatpur2009Metamaterial inspired frequency-selective surfacesBayatpur photo
Ju Seop Lee2009Microwave resonator filters for advanced wireless systemsLee 
Wonbin Hong2009Miniaturized antennas for platform-level integration scenariosHong photo
DaHan Liao2008Physics-Based Near-Earth Radiowave Propagation Modeling and SimulationLiao photo
Mojtaba Dehmollaian2007Hybrid Electromagnetic Models for Purpose of Detection and Identification Visually Obscured TargetsDehmollaian photo
Karl Brakora2007Design of 3-D Monolithic Millimeter-Wave Components Using Ceramic StereolithographyBrakora photo
Amelia Marie Buerkle2007Modeling and Applications of Acoustic and Electromagnetic Wave InteractionBuerkle photo
Nader Behdad
Assistant Professor, School of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, University of Central Florida
2006High-Performance, Multi-Functional, and Miniaturized Integrated AntennasBehdad photo
Feinian Wang2005Physics-Based Modeling of Wave Propagation for Terrestrial and Space ApplicationWang photo
Kevin Buell
Raytheon Advanced Technology Division
2005Development of Engineered Magnetic Materials for Antenna ApplicationsBuell photo
Farshid Aryanfar2004Modeling of Wireless Channels and Validation Using a Scaled MM-Wave Measurement SystemAryanfar photo
Reza Azadegan2004High Fidelity Miniaturized Antennas and Filters for Wireless ApplicationsAzadegan photo
Abbas Abbaspour-Tamijani
Assistant Professor of Electrical Engineering, Arizona State University
2003Novel Components for Integrated Millimeter-Wave Front-EndsAbbaspour-Tamijani photo
Moonsoo Park
Senior Engineer, InCode Wireless Inc.
2003Millimeter-Wave Polarimetric Radar Sensor for Detection of Power Lines in Strong Clutter BackgroundPark photo
Dimitrios Peroulis
Assistant Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering, Birck Nanotechnology Center, Purdue University
2003RF MEMS Devices for Multi-Functional Integrated Circuits and AntennasPeroulis photo
Charles G. Brown
Research Scientist, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory
2003Tree Height Estimation Using Shuttle Radar Topography Mission and Ancillary DataBrown photo
Il-Seuk Koh
Assistant Professor, Graduate School of Information Technology and Telecommunications, Inha University, 253 Yong-Dong Nam-Gu Incheon 402-751, Republic of Korea
2002Advanced Diffraction and Wave Propagation Models for Characterization of Wireless Communication ChannelsKoh 
Daniel E. Lawrence2002Acoustic and Electromagnetic Wave Interaction in the Identification of Buried ObjectsLawrence photo
Daniel Zahn2001Investigation of Bistatic Scattering using Numerical Techniques and Novel Near-Field Measurements
Mark D. Casciato
General Dynamics AIS
1200 Joe Hall Drive
Ypsilanti, MI 48197
2001Radio Wave Diffraction and Scattering Models for Wireless Channel SimulationsCasciato photo
Ghassan E. Shahin2000New Approaches to the Analysis of Morphological and Rhythmic Information to the Electrocardiogram
Eric S. Li
Associate Professor, Department of Electronic Engineering, National Taipei University of Technology, Taiwan
1998Millimeter-Wave Polarimetric Radar System as an Advanced Vehicle Control and Warning SensorLi 
Tsen-Chieh Chiu
Associate Professor of Electrical Engineering, National Central University, Taiwan
1998Electromagnetic Scattering from Rough Surfaces Covered with Short Branching VegetationChiu 
Yi-Cheng Lin
Professor of Electrical Engineering, National Taiwan University, Taipei, Taiwan
1997A Fractal-Based Coherent Scattering and Propagation Model for Forest CanopiesLin 
Paul R. Siqueira
Associate Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering, The University of Massachusetts
1996Wave Propagation and Scattering in Dense Random MediaSiqueira photo
James M. Stiles
Associate Professor of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, The University of Kansas
1996A Coherent, Polarimetric Microwave Scattering Model for Grassland Structures and CanopiesStiles photo
John R. Kendra1995Microwave Remote Sensing of Snow: An Empirical/Theoretical Scattering Model for Dense Random MediaKendra photo
Adib Y. Nashashibi
Associate Research Scientist, Dept. of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, The University of Michigan
1995Microwave and Millimeter-wave Propagation and Scattering in Dense Random Media: Modeling and ExperimentsNashashibi photo
Yisok Oh
Professor, Department of Electronic Engineering, Hongik University, Republic of Korea
1993Microwave Polarimetric Backscattering from Natural Rough SurfacesOh 
Paul F. Polatin
President, Polatin Corporation
1993Modeling and Inversion of the Radar Response of Vegetation CanopiesPolatin photo
Ahad Tavakoli
Associate Professor of Electrical Engineering, Amirkabir University, Tehran, Iran
1991Microwave Propagation Through Cultural Vegetation CanopiesTavakoli photo