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Automatic design of Metasurface Antennas

azienda Thesis in external company    


keywords ANTENNA DESIGN, MODELLING, SIMULATIONS

Reference persons GIUSEPPE VECCHI

External reference persons Giorgio Giordanengo, Marco Righero, Links Foundation

Research Groups Applied Electromagnetics

Thesis type MASTER THESIS

Description Metamaterials are artificial materials composed of various inclusion types embedded in a host medium in specific arrangements. Unusual electromagnetic behavior can be achieved with metamaterials (e.g. cloaking), by leveraging both the properties of the elementary constituent materials and the inclusion spatial arrangement. A metasurface (MTS) is a thin metamaterial layer (2D metamaterial). MTS can be designed to provide engineered boundary conditions for controlling the propagation of surface waves and radiation. Applications of MTS range from on-board antennas for satellite communications (low profile, high performances antennas), to reconfigurable intelligent surfaces (RIS) for 5G/B5G, to biomedical and nanoscale application.

This thesis aims at the automatic design of MTS antennas using in-house modelling and optimization codes, the validation of the designed MTS antennas with commercial software and via prototyping, and the improvement of the modelling and optimization codes to face new and challenging scenarios.

See also  https://linksfoundation.com/en/work-with-us/thesis-proposals/ (Advanced Computing, Photonics & Electromagnetics)

Notes The thesis work will be carried out at Links Foundation


Deadline 16/05/2023      PROPONI LA TUA CANDIDATURA




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