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ESL students place first, third in Student Best Paper Awards at AMTA 2012 Symposium
Electrical and computer engineering students took first and third place in the Student Paper Awards at the 34th Annual Symposium of the Antenna Measurement Techniques Association (AMTA) held October 21-26, 2012.
Mustafa Kuloglu, a recent PhD graduate and former graduate research associate at the ElectroScience Lab, won the best paper award for “Ultrawideband Electromagnetic Polarization Filter (Uwb-Empf) Applications to Conventional Horn Antennas for Substantial Cross-Polarization Level Reduction.” The paper was co-authored with Kuloglu’s advisor, Chi-Chih Chen, a research associate professor of electrical and computer engineering. Kuloglu earned a MS and PhD in electrical and computer engineering from The Ohio State University in 2008 and 2012 respectively.
Andrew S. C. Svendsen, a recent PhD graduate and former graduate research associate at the ElectroScience Lab, took third place for “Dual Band GPS Receiver Antenna for Small Cylindrical Platforms.” The paper was co-authored by Inder “Jiti” Gupta, and Chi-Chih Chen. Svedsen was advised by Gupta, research professor of electrical and computer engineering, and earned a MS and PhD in electrical and computer engineering in 2011 and 2012 respectively.