I am conducting research in METU Computational Electromagnetics Group (CEMMETU) since 2015.

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

I have added the photos of my projects, which includes inkjet-printed and textile antennas.

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/


Genetically Optimized Cage Dipole RFID Tag

Conference Article: https://ieeexplore.ieee.org/document/8612105/

Presentation: https://qsl.net/ta2otd/MMS_2018_turker_sunum.pdf/


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.