IEEE AP-S Fellows 2009
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The following are the names and citations of members of the Antennas and Propagation Society who were elected as IEEE Fellows for the year 2009.
Fellows Evaluated by the Antenna & Propagation Society
Universidad de Santiago de Compostela, Spain
"for contributions to antenna array pattern synthesis"
Centre d'Analyse de Defense, France
"for contributions to perfectly mathced layer absorbing boundary condition in computational solutions of Maxwell's equations in open regions."
Nebens LLC, USA
"for contributions to electromagnetic design automation and miltidisciplinary optimization of complez wirelss communications problems"
Schlumberger Technology Corporation
"for contributions to wavelet theory and development of electromagnetic sensors and data analysis methods"
Bilkent University, Turkey
"for contributions to fast methods and algorithms for computaional electromagnetics"
University of Wisconsin-Madison, USA
"for contirbutions to time-domain computaional electroagnetics and microwave medical imaging"
University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, USA
"for contributions to the electromagnetic analysis of layered media and nanostructures"
Michigan State University
"for contributions to conformal antenna design and electromagnetic composite materials"
Christian-Albrechts-Universitaet Zu Kiel, Germany
"for contributions to spherical-multipole analysis of electromagnetic fields"
Littleton, CO, USA
"for development of antennas for space exploration"
University of Calgary, Canada
"for contributions to computaional electromagnetics"
Dogus University, Turkey
"for contributions to surface-wave radar systems"
HRL Laboratories LLC, USA
"for contributions to artificial surfaces and structures"
Fellows Evaluated by Other Societies
Hamburg University of Technology, Germany
"for contributions to the characterization and application of composite material"
Monash University, Australia
"for leadership in computer modeling of optical communication systems"
City University of Hong Kong, China
"for contributions yo evolutionary optimizaion in industrial electronics"
University of Michigan, USA
"for contributions to forward and inverse scattering techniques for radar remote sensing"
Hong Kong University of Science and Techonlogy, China
"for contributions to multiple antenna systems for wireless communications"
Hongik University, Korea
"for contributions to microwave remote sensing of soil moisture and surface roughness"
University of Genoa, Italy
"for contributions to analysis of electromagnetic scattering"
Metatech Corporationm USA
"for contributions to understanding high-power electromagnetic effects on electrical equipment"
University of Waterloo, Canada
"for contributions to computational electromagnetics in electromagnetic capabality"
Electronics Research, Inc., USA
"for contributions to improvement of antenna and filter techonlogy for radio and television broadcasting"