I am conducting research in METU Computational Electromagnetics Group (CEMMETU) since 2015, and it is not easy for me to summarize everything in a page.

You can click to CEMMETU logo in the sidebar to go to the official page of the research group for more information.

For now, I am adding photos of my recent projects. One of them is an inkjet-printed log-periodic antenna and the other one is a textile bowtie antenna, that will be fully wearable in the near future.

In addition to these projects, I am working with TAMSAT to design CubeSat antennas.

If you have any questions, feel free to contact me.

Inkjet-Printed Log-Periodic Antenna

Conference Article: http://ieeexplore.ieee.org/document/8090368/


Textile Bowtie Antenna

Conference Article and Presentation (in Turkish): http://qsl.net/ta2otd/savtek2018/


Objectives in the near future:

  • Find new materials to build antennas from EE literature, and by cooperating with material scientists and textile experts,
  • Characterize the target materials, and test whether those materials are appropriate or not to build antennas,
  • Compare the new materials with the older ones like copper wires, silver ink and woven fabric,
  • Build basic antennas with new materials in free space and on human body,
  • Build more complex antennas and add RFID IC’s,
  • Try to improve the simulation and measurement environment by comparing the simulation and measurement results with each other.