In the framework of the Advanced Seminar High-Frequency Engineering, students will learn how to conduct a bibliographical research, and how to present their findings - both as a scientific paper and a presentation in the semestral symposium. The Seminar is divided into the following parts:
Writing and Presentation Techniques
The participants learn and practice interactively writing and presentation techniques, they conduct the bibliographical research on the selected topic supported by their advisor, and give a practice presentation for which feedback is provided.
In the second part, the participants prepare a conference article (scientific paper with three pages) and a presentation.
Eventually, the participants present their topic in the semestral symposium of the Advanced Seminar High-Frequency Engineering. Every talk is followed by a short discussion.
Undergraduate students may participate by preponing the Advanced Seminar from the master program. There are many advantages: the expert knowledge gained on the topic can be used for a possible Bachelor's thesis. In addition, conducting a bibliographical research, writing a scientific article and giving a presentation are also part of the Bachelor's thesis project. Our Advanced Seminar prepares for these tasks.
Students are encouraged to address any supervisor with their own topic suggestions. A list of proposed topics can be found below.
|Second Generation Wavelets for Solving Partial Differential Equations
|The Relation Between Electromagnetics and Acoustics
Different Quantities, the Same Equations?
Supergain or Superloss?
|Complex Source Point Beams
Take Me to Imaginary Places
|Near-Field Imaging Based on Surface Equivalent Current Methods1
How to find the sources when the fields are known
|Target Range-Angle Estimation using Frequency Diverse Arrays1
Range estimation and beam scanning without phase-shifters or phased-arrays
|Pulsed vs. FMCW Radar for automotive applications
Which technique suits best?
|Phase Retrieval via Neural Networks
Algorithms Grow Brains
|Evaluation of Highly Oscillatory Integrals in Physical Optics by using Levin Method1
One Formula to Solve Them All
|Singular Surface Integral Evaluation via Line Integrals
An Application of Gauss's Theorem
|Unmanned Aerial Vehicle Antenna Measurement
Near-field measurements with a drone
|Detecting Small Objects in Environments of Large Clutter
Finding the Needle in the Haystack
¹ only in English
|24.04.2019||Introduction, Theoretical Input I|
|22.05.2019||Theoretical Input II|
|29.05.2019||Theoretical Input III|
|05.06.2019||Theoretical Input IV|
|12.06.2019||Theoretical Input V|
|19.06.2019||Preparation for Practice Presentations|
|26.06.2019||Practice Presentations I|
|03.07.2019||Practice Presentations II|
|17.07.2019||Final Presentations I|
|24.07.2019||Final Presentations II|
On all dates, attendance is mandatory. The article draft has to be send to email@example.com the day of the draft deadline. The final article has to be send to firstname.lastname@example.org the day of the final deadline.
(20 min talk + 10 min colloquium)
(three pages w/o bibliography)
|Practice presentation||Pass/fail credit requirement|