Mehdi Alipour Masoumabad (or Alipoor)
PhD Student

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I was born in Tehran, Iran, on Feb 16, 1992. Since I remember I was into technology. I finished up my BSc in Communication Engineering with an ISI paper in 2015. I continued my education by entering MEng in Field & Waves by Exceptional Talents Quota. Since then, I've been working as an English teacher in some of the prestigious institutes in Tehran, Iran while actively working on a variety of antennas. My main characteristic is being creative which is how I face problems in a way that I overcome them fast and precisely. I don't give up unless I conquer it so I would introduce myself as a hardworking person, too. When we need to finish a project perfectly we need to cooperate optimally, therefore teamwork matters. My motto is always to be a Life-Long Learner person.

 

PUBLISHED

Circuit Model Analysis of a Polarization and Wide Angle Independent Hexagonal Shaped Metamaterial Absorber

Abstract:

This paper presents an equivalent circuit model of metamaterial absorber (MA) based on triple hexagonal shaped resonators. This metamaterial unit cell absorber possesses a nearly wide angle perfect absorption of incidence wave and polarization independence. The absorption is occurred in three different frequencies. The absorptivity is as high as 98%, 93% and 94%, at 3.5 (GHz), 4.7 (GHz) and 6.6 (GHz), respectively. The equivalent circuit model of a single hexagonal ring has been extended to the triple band absorber structure. The simulation of the circuit model agrees well with the full-wave simulation, regarding to return loss and absorption. The important features of this method are simple fabrication of metamaterial absorber and maximum absorption in three frequencies. The proposed metamaterial absorber has wide applications such as thermal detector, stealth technology and imaging. Moreover, a very good agreement between simulation and measurement results has been observed.

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UNDER REVIEW

Liquid-Liquid Percentage Determination Using SingleFrequency Amplitude Measurements

Abstract:

This paper presents a novel technique for the liquid-liquid percentage reading, based on the measurement at a single frequency of the transmission amplitude in a cavity resonator with a small pipe where the liquids flow. The proposed approach presents a number of advantages over the conventional technique, based on the determination of the frequency shift of a cavity resonator with a pipe for the liquids. First of all, the proposed technique requires just an oscillator and a power meter at a fixed frequency, instead of the complex equipment needed for the broadband measurement of the scattering parameters of the circuit, as in the conventional technique. Consequently, the
proposed method is well-suited for the implementation of low-cost embedded sensors. Moreover, by avoiding the frequency sweep, the reading is instantaneous and therefore the real-time determination of the characteristics of flowing liquids is possible. Experimental results have been performed with a substrate-integrated waveguide (SIW) cavity operating around the frequency of 2.48 GHz (ISM band), by comparing the performance of the proposed approach and the traditional one in the determination of the liquid-liquid percentage of mixtures of acetone and isopropanol.

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SOFTWARE SKILLS

CST MWS

HFSS

MATLAB

A. MAGUS

ADS

AWR

FEKO

COMSOL

ALTIUM D.

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OTHER SKILLS

ANTENNA DESIGN

METAMATERIAL DESIGN

ANTENNA TEST

RCS TEST

NETWORK ANALYZER

SPECTRUM ANALYZER

TEACHING ENGLISH

TEACHING IELTS

TEN FINGERS TYPING

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OTHER SKILLS

ANTENNA DESIGN

METAMATERIAL DESIGN

ANTENNA TEST

NETWORK ANALYZER

SPECTRUM ANALYZER

TEACHING ENGLISH

TEACHING IELTS

TEN FINGERS TYPING

 
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CURRENTLY

Working on Microwave Sensors, material characterization, as a PhD student at the University of Pavia, italy

July 2019 – 2020

Teaching English as a second language at Pardisan institute (adults, teenagers, and children), Talie Danesh institute

September2018-January2019

Teaching assistant of Electromagnetics course in Qom University of Technology located in Qom, Iran

 
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IEEE Graduate Student Member

TTC IELTS

General Teacher Training Course (TTC)

Iranian Young  Researchers and Elite Club

International Plasma Antenna Workshop

Volunteer Organizer of EUMW2022

Incentive award from uni. in 2015

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Currently, I'm working on microwave sensors, especially material characterization where we try to develop a new method to measure the complex permittivity of the materials. 

My final goal is not only to pursue my love of technology and benefit my creativity but also to collaborate with researchers to reach their goals and make the world a better place to live through technology. In this way, I've started to review Electromagnetics basic books and learn RF design techniques, and numerical techniques using Matlab.

I'm a huge fan of different kinds of sports. I played futsal in series D Italy. I've been doing fitness since I was 22. I played volleyball and basketball in my college. I'm a fan of swimming, ping-pong, badminton, mountain climbing and running, too. 

My interests:

-Microwave Sensors
-Antennas: Leaky Wave Antennas, Slot Antennas, Plasma Antennas, Metamaterial Antennas, LPDA, Blade, and spiral

-RF Design

-EMI/EMC
-Computational Electromagnetics
-Machine Learning

! You won't believe how creative and motivated I can be unless I join your research group !

 
 

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