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    • Teaching EM modeling and simulation as a graduate - level course 

      Sevgi, Levent (IEEE, 2012-10)
      This paper aims to discuss a novel way of teaching a graduate-level "Electromagnetic Modeling and Simulation" (EM-MODSIM) course. This is based on a list of tutorials published in the IEEE Antennas and Propagation Magazine, ...
    • Technique of fuzzy tuned stochastic scanpaths for robot vision 

      The real-time processing of frame sequences obtained from cameras mounted on autonomous mobile robots and vehicles is a computationally intensive task. This paper is a review of the work carried out so far in the development ...
    • Technology related logistic trends and technology usage in humanitarian logistics 

      Humanitarian logistics (HL) is an emerging field of research since the frequency and severity of disasters and the number of people in need is continuously increasing. And because of this fact proper planning is getting ...
    • Technology transfer to developing countries and technological development for social stability: part 1 

      Part one of this paper identifies some crucial issues of the topic and develops a framework for a methodology of optimising development decisions in technology transfer for social stability and sustainable society development, ...
    • Testing ourselves 

      Sevgi, Levent (IEEE, 2008-10)
      Good news! Prof. Constantine A. Balanis has been negotiating with Wiley publishers about revising his Advanced Engineering Electromagnetics book [1], which originally was published in 1989. Although the book is doing ...
    • Testing ourselves 

      Sevgi, Levent (IEEE, 2009-10)
      In his EM Programmer's Notebook in the June 2009 issue of the Magazine, David B. Davidson presented a paper by Edward J. Rothwell [1] on the exponential approximations of some special functions, i.e., several ordinary and ...
    • Testing ourselves 

      Sevgi, Levent (IEEE, 2008)
      The quiz for this issue is on models, emphasizing "how care- ful" and "how creative" one should be when dealing with models, modeling, and their use. The first question addresses the carefulness issue by pointing out that ...
    • Testing ourselves 

      Sevgi, Levent (IEEE, 2007)
      This test explores where a short MATLAB code can be developed to simulate a specific signal environment.
    • Testing ourselves 

      Sevgi, Levent (IEEE, 2014-04)
      We have introduced many computer codes and virtual tools for electromagnetic modeling and simulation in the Magazine for nearly a decade. I¿¿m very glad to see that those tools are used in several universities and institutions, ...
    • Testing ourselves 

      Sevgi, Levent (IEEE, 2012)
      Those of you who have already downloaded the MATLABbased ComplexGUI virtual tool, made available after the publication of its tutorial, please note that we have just prepared its Web-based version, which is ready for you ...
    • Testing ourselves 

      Sevgi, Levent (IEEE, 2007)
      This paper introduces a new column in the IEEE Antennas and Propagation Magazine. The column aims to discuss some fundamental terms and definitions, derivations and representations, approximations and assumptions on ...
    • Testing ourselves 

      Sevgi, Levent (IEEE, 2007)
      Presents a quiz on radiated emission of the same device of 600 MHz in an anechoic chamber.
    • Testing ourselves 

      Sevgi, Levent (IEEE, 2007)
    • Testing ourselves 

      Sevgi, Levent (IEEE, 2011-08)
      Early this year, I twice visited Islamabad, Pakistan. The first visit was for an invited presentation in the 8th International Bhurban Conference on Applied Sciences & Technology (IBCAST 8), held from January 9 to 12,2011, ...
    • Testing ourselves 

      Sevgi, Levent (IEEE, 2010-08)
      As Ross said, the tutorial prepared by Prof. Goknar is an important contribution and an excellent tutorial, with some new results. I believe the readers of this column know Prof. Goknar very well. I have known him since ...
    • Testing ourselves 

      Sevgi, Levent (IEEE, 2012-04)
      We have promised a tutorial on the Method of Moments (MoM), as you might remember. Prof. Ercüment Arvas from Syracuse University (a former PhD student of Prof. R. F. Harrington) and I have been studying that for some time, ...
    • Testing ourselves 

      Sevgi, Levent (IEEE, 2008)
      Examines the interest in and methodologies of studies about the possible adverse effects of base stations and cell phones.
    • Testing ourselves 

      Sevgi, Levent (IEEE, 2012)
      We had fruitful discussions during these seminars, which triggered these questions: Is there a simple way of teaching/training in MODSIM? Is there a simple canonical structure where most of the analytical and numerical ...
    • Testing ourselves 

      Sevgi, Levent (IEEE, 2009)
      Very often we witness discussions on possible adverse health effects of mobile phones in the news. Nowadays, there are many more discussions because of the Interphone study [1, 2], coordinated by the International Agency ...