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URSI-EMTS 2013

Technical Program

Final Program

May 20 9:00-18:00 URSI Commission B School
18:00-21:00 Welcome Reception (Room B)
May 21  
Room A
Room B
Room C
Room D
Room E
Room F
9:00-10:40
11:00-12:40   Opening Ceremony + 1 Plenary Talk 1        
12:40-14:00 Lunch
14:00-15:40
16:00-17:40
18:00-
Commission B Business Meeting I
         
May 22 9:00-10:00 Bus transport from ICCH to Miyajima
10:20-11:45 Plenary Talks 2 and 3
11:45-12:30 Lunch
12:30-14:30 YSA POSTER Session
14:30-17:30 Exploring walk in Miyajima
17:30-19:00 Bus Transport from Miyajimaguchi to ANA Crowne Plaza Hiroshima
19:00-21:30 Banquet at Ana Crowne Plaza Hotel
May 23  
Room A
Room B
Room C
Room D
Room E
Room F
8:50-10:10, 10:30-11:50
12:00-12:40   Plenary Talk 4        
12:40-13:40 Lunch
13:40-14:40 POSTER Session Core Time
14:40-15:40
16:00-18:00
18:20- Commission B Business Meeting II          
May 24  
Room A
Room B
Room C
Room D
Room E
Room F
8:50-10:10, 10:30-11:50
12:00-12:40   Plenary Talk 5        
12:40-14:00 Lunch / Commission B Business Meeting III (13:40-14:00)
14:00-16:00
16:20-17:40


Tuesday, May 21, 9:00-10:40 (Room A)
<21AM1A> Inversion Methods for Electromagnetic Imaging and Applications-1
Chairs: Matteo Pastorino, Italy
  Andrea Randazzo, Italy
1. First-order perturbation approach to elliptic winding deformations(YSA Paper)
M. Dalarsson1, M.Norgren1
1 Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden,
2. Computational Approach based on Some Population-Based Optimization Algorithms for Inverse Scattering of a Metallic Cylinder
C. Sun1, C. Huang1, C. Li1, C. Chiu1, C. Ni1, S. Shen2
1 Tamkang University, Taiwan, 2 Electrical Engineering Department Tamkang University Taiwan, Taiwan
3. Scattering by Buried PEC Cylinders from an Arbitrary 2D Illumination(invited)
C. Ponti1, F. Frezza2, L. Pajewski3, G. Schettini1
1Roma Tre University, Italy, 2 Sapienza University of Rome, Italy, 3Roma Tre, Italy
4. Millimeter-Wave Active and Passive Microscopies(invited)
T. Nozokido1
1 University of Toyama, Japan
5. Imaging of pedestrians with UWB Doppler radar interferometry(invited)
K. Saho1, T. Sakamoto2, T. Sato1
1 Kyoto University, Japan, 2 Delft University of Technology, The Netherlands

Tuesday, May 21, 9:00-10:40 (Room B)
<21AM1B> Integral Equation Methods-1
Chairs: onald R. Wilton, USA
  Branko M. Kolundzija, Serbia
1. Mixed Volume-Surface Integral Equation Solution for Complex Composite Structures
J. Markkanen1, C. Lu2, P. Ylä-Oijala1, A. Sihvola3
1 Aalto University, Finland, 2 University of Kentucky, USA, 3 Aalto University of Science and Technology, Finland
2. Adjoint Sensitivity Analysis with Analytical Shape Derivatives of the EFIE System
J. Kataja1, J. Toivanen2, S. Järvenpää1
1 Aalto University, Finland, 2 University of Jyväskylä, Finland
3. Integral Equation Modeling of the THz Wave Scattering by Graphene-Strip Gratings(YSA Paper)
O. Shapoval1, J. S. Gomez-Diaz2, J. Perruisseau-Carrier3, J. R. Mosig4, A. Nosich5
1 Institute of Radio-Physics and Electronics, Ukraine, 2 EPFL, Switzerland, 3 Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne, Switzerland, 4 Ecole Polytechnique Federale de Lausanne, Switzerland, 5 IRE NASU, Ukraine
4. Rapidly Converging Electromagnetic Simulations in the Entire Frequency Spectrum without the Search for Global Loops(YSA Paper)
F. Andriulli1, K. Cools2, I. Bogaert2, E. Michielssen3
1 Ecole Nationale Superieure des Telecomunications de Bretagne, France, 2 Ghent University, Belgium, 3 University of Michigan, USA
5. An accurate near-field solver for scattering from cylinders with corners
A. Karlsson1, J. Helsing1
1 Lund University, Sweden

Tuesday, May 21, 9:00-10:40 (Room C)
<21AM1C> Guided Waves-1
Chairs: Stefano Maci, Italy
  Masahiro Tanaka, Japan
1. Circuital Modeling and Physical Understanding of Dissipation Effects for Coupled Resonator Filters Transformed into Transversal Array Configuration
M. Ohira1, Z. Ma1
1 Saitama University, Japan
2. Analysis of a Polarization Converter Using a Full-Vectorial Fundamental Alternating-Direction Implicit Beam-Propagation Method
J. Shibayama1, A. Yokomizo1, J. Yamauchi1, H. Nakano1
1 Hosei University, Japan
3. Distribution of Energy Flow by Dielectric Waveguide with Deformed Rhombic Dielectric Structure along a Middle Layer
R. Ozaki1, T. Yamasaki1
1 Nihon University, Japan
4. High-Resolution Real-Time Spectrum Sniffer for Wireless Communication(invited)
Q. Zhang1, B. Nikfal2, C. Caloz1
1 Ecole Polytechnique de Montreal, Canada, 2 Polytechnique Montreal, Canada

Tuesday, May 21, 9:00-10:40 (Room D)
<21AM1D> Analytical and Numerical Techniques for Modeling of Metamaterials
Chairs: Raj Mittra, USA
  Atsushi Sanada, Japan
1. Circuit Analysis of Electromagnetic Band Gap (EBG) Structures(invited)
S. Palreddy1, A. Zaghloul2
1 Microwave Engineering Corporation, USA, 2 Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, USA
2. Eigenmode Analysis of Transmission Line-Based Phase-Nonreciprocal Metamaterials(invited)
A. Porokhnyuk1, T. Ueda1, Y. Kado1, T. Itoh2
1 Kyoto Institute of Technology, Japan, 2 UCLA, USA
3. Frequency Control of Transmission Property for Multiband Frequency Selective Surfaces(invited)
K. Sakakibara1, K. Tachikawa1, Y. Amano1, K. Kumaki2, S. Hori3, N. Kikuma1, H. Hirayama1
1 Nagoya Institute of Technology, Japan, 2 KOJIMA PRESS INDUSTRY CO., LTD, Japan, 3 Kojima Press Industry Co. Ltd., Japan
4. A General-Purpose Simulator for Metamaterials with Three-Dimensional Elements(invited)
R. Mittra1, C. Pelletti2, R. K. Arya2, T. Dong2, G. Bianconi1
1 Penn State University, USA, 2 The Pennsylvania State University, USA
5. Quasi-Analytical Models for Metamaterial Homogenization(invited)
G. M. Sardi1, E. Martini1, S. Maci1
1 University of Siena, Italy

Tuesday, May 21, 9:00-10:40 (Room E)
<21AM1E> Electrically Small Antennas
Chairs: Gokhan Mumcu, USA
  Mats Gustafsson, Sweden
1. Illustration of Mobile Terminal Antenna Optimization by Genetic Algorithms with Single Frequency Simulation(YSA Paper)
M. Cismasu1, M. Gustafsson1
1 Lund University, Sweden
2. Small Biomimetic Array for Direction Finding and Superdirectivity
G. Fontgalland1, Z. Wang2, J. L. Volakis3
1 UFCG, Brazil, 2 The Ohio State University, USA, 3 Ohio State University, USA
3. Optimal currents on small antennas using convex optimization(invited)
M. Gustafsson1
1 Lund University, Sweden
4. Compact TV Antenna Composed of Unbalanced Fed Ultra Low Profile Inverted L Antenna(invited)
M. Taguchi1, Y. Sakamoto2
1 Nagasaki University, Japan, 2 Faculty of Engineering, Nagasaki University, Japan
5. A Small Complementary Split Ring Resonator Loaded Circularly Polarized Patch Antenna
S. Gupta1, G. Mumcu1
1 University of South Florida, USA

Tuesday, May 21, 9:00-10:40 (Room F)
<21AM1F> Electromagnetic Compatibility/Electromagnetic Interference-1
Chairs: Yoshitaka Toyota, Japan
  Hiroshi Inoue, Japan
1. Reflection and Transmission of Laminated Structures Using Metal Wire Array Sheet(invited)
S. Yamamoto1, T. Iwai2, K. Hatakeyama1
1 University of Hyogo, Japan, 2 Kawasaki Techno-research Inc., Japan
2. Effect of Incident Angle on Temperature Characteristics in Pyramidal Radiowave Absorber
S. Imai1, K. Taguchi1, T. Kashiwa1, T. Tabata2, K. Kubo2, E. Satou2
1 Kitami Institute of Technology, Japan, 2 E&C Engineering K. K., Japan
3. Shielding and Reflecting Effectiveness of Carbon Fiber Reinforced Polymer (CFRP) Composites
J. Fouladgar1, G. Wasselynck1, D. Trichet1
1 University of Nantes, France
4. Thermal Resistance of Optical Ground Wire to Direct Lightning Strike
S. Dubitsky1, N. Korovkin2, M. Hayakawa3, N. Silin4
1 Tor Ltd., Russia, 2 St. Petersburg State Technical University, Russia, 3 University of Electro-Communication, Tokyo, Japan, 4 Far Eastern State Technical University, Russia
5. FDTD-SPICE Direct Linking Simulation of Transient Fields Caused by Electrostatic Discharge
K. Fujita1, T. Namiki1
1 Fujitsu Limited, Japan

Tuesday, May 21, 14:00-15:40 (Room A)
<21PM1A> Inversion Methods for Electromagnetic Imaging and Applications-2
Chairs: Matteo Pastorino, Italy
  Baptiste Cecconi, France
1. Imaging Buried Objects within the Second-Order Born Approximation through a Multiresolution-Regularized Inexact-Newton Method
M. Salucci1, D. Sartori1, N. Anselmi1, A. Randazzo2, G. Oliveri3, A. Massa3
1 ELEDIA Research Center, Italy, 2 University of Genoa, Italy, 3 University of Trento, Italy
2. Texture-Based Technique for Separating Echoes from People Walking in UWB Radar Signals
T. Sakamoto1, T. Sato2, Y. He1, P. Aubry3, A. Yarovoy1
1 Delft University of Technology, The Netherlands, 2 Kyoto University, Japan, 3 IRCTR, The Netherlands
3. Time Reversal Imaging without Information of Incident Field(invited)
T. Moriyama1, T. Tanaka1, T. Takenaka1
1 Nagasaki University, Japan
4. Electromagnetic Imaging of Dielectric Targets by Using a Tomographic Systems
M. Pastorino1, A. Randazzo1, R. D. Monleone2, A. Salvadè2, S. Poretti2, M. Maffongelli2
1 University of Genoa, Italy, 2 University of Applied Sciences of Southern Switzerland, Switzerland
5. Buried Object Detection by Means of a Lp Banach-Space Inversion Procedure
C. Estatico1, M. Pastorino1, A. Randazzo1
1 University of Genoa, Italy

Tuesday, May 21, 14:00-15:40 (Room B)
<21PM1B> Integral Equation Methods-2
Chairs: Donald R. Wilton, USA
  Leo C. Kempel, USA
1. Accurate and Highly Convergent Solution of Integral Equations for Electromagnetic Problems
S. Yan1, J. Jin1, Z. Nie2
1 University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, USA, 2 University of Electronic Science and Technology of China, P.R. China
2. On the Boundary Element Methods with Muller's formulation for electromagnetic scattering problems in periodic domains
K. Niino1, N. Nishimura1
1 Kyoto University, Japan
3. Full wave analysis of EM wave propagation over terrain using the Improved Tabulated Interaction Method
D. Trinh1, R. Mittra2, C. Brennan1
1 Dublin City University, Ireland, 2 Penn State University, USA
4. Matrix Equilibration in Method of Moment Solutions of Surface Integral Equations
B. Kolundzija1, M. Kostic2
1 University of Belgrade, Serbia, 2 WIPL-D d. o. o., Serbia
5. GMM: A flexible framework for including multiple approximation functions in integral equation solvers(invited)
D. Dault1, N. Nair1, B. Shanker1, L. Kempel1
1 Michigan State University, USA
6. Surface Integral Equation Methods in Nanophotonics(invited)
L. Landesa1, J. M. Taboada1, D. M. Solís2, J. Rivero1, L. B. Curiel1, M. G. Araújo3, F. Obelleiro2
1 University of Extremadura, Spain, 2 University of Vigo, Spain, 3 Universidade de Vigo, Spain

Tuesday, May 21, 14:00-15:40 (Room C)
<21PM1C> Guided Waves-2
Chairs: Stefano Maci, Italy
  Masahiro Tanaka, Japan
1. Single-layer slotted post-wall waveguide array with compact feed-line structures for 77 GHz automotive radar
T. Shijo1, K. Hashimoto1, S. Obayashi1, H. Shoki1
1 Toshiba Corporation, Japan
2. A Study on Function Expansion Based Topology Optimization Method for Dispersion Property
H. Goto1, Y. Tuji1, T. Yasui2, K. Hirayama2
1 Muroran Institute of Technology, Japan, 2 Kitami Institute of Technology, Japan
3. Numerical Analysis of Sharply Bent Waveguide with Microcavity Constructed by Air-bridge Type Two-dimensional Photonic Crystal Slab
Y. Naka1
1 Kumamoto University, Japan
4. A Novel Reciprocity Based Development of the Green's Dyadic for Canonical Impedance Cylinders and Spheres- An Angularly Guided Wave Representation(invited)
P. Pathak1, K. Phaebua2
1 The Ohio State University, USA, 2 King Mongkut's Institute of Technology, Italy
5. Waveguide and Radiation Applications of Modes in Linear Chains of Plasmonic Nanospheres(invited)
S. Campione1, F. Capolino1
1 University of California, Irvine, USA

Tuesday, May 21, 14:00-15:40 (Room D)
<21PM1D> Electromagnetic Theory
Chairs: Gerhard Kristensson, Sweden
  Ismo V. Lindell, Finland
1. Accuracy of PO Diffraction Components given by MER Peripheral Integration for Various Surface Curvature(YSA Paper)
P. Lu1, M. Ando1
1 Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan
2. Electromagnetic Energies in Time Domain - the Dipole Case(invited)
G. A. E. Vandenbosch1, M. Štumpf2
1 Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, Belgium, 2 Brno University of Technology, Czech Republic
3. Time-Domain Asymptotic Solution for Transmitted Gaussian Pulse through a Plane Dielectric Interface
Q. T. Dinh1, K. Goto1, T. Ishihara2
1 National Defense Academy, Japan, 2 Retired from National Defense Academy, Japan
4. Electromagnetic Media with no Dispersion Equation
I. Lindell1, A. Favaro2
1 Aalto University, School of Electrical Engineering, Finland, 2 University of Cologne, Institure of Theoretical Physics, Germany
5. From Galilean covariance to Maxwell equations: A thermodynamic insight to electromagnetism
V. Mazauric1, P. Wendling2
1 Schneider Electric, France, 2 Magsoft Corporation, USA

Tuesday, May 21, 14:00-15:40 (Room E)
<21PM1E> Millimeter-wave and THz Technologies for Wireless Communication
Chairs: Minoru Fujishima, Japan
  Kenichi Okada, Japan
1. A High-Gain Grid Array Antenna for 60-GHz Antenna-in-Package Applications(YSA Paper)
B. Zhang1, Y. P. Y. P. Zhang2, H. Zirath1
1 Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden, 2 Nanyang Technological university, Singapore
2. Localized Rain Effects Observed in Tokyo Tech Millimeter-wave Model Network
H. V. Le1, T. Hirano1, J. Hirokawa1, M. Ando1
1 Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan
3. A Radiation Assessment Apparatus Applicable to mmWave Antennas based on a 2D Scanner
Y. Tu1, W. Liao1, Y. Shih1, G. Huang2, Y. Shiao2
1 National Taiwan University of Science and Technology, Taiwan, 2 National Nano Device Laboratories, Taiwan
4. Prototype of 3-Gb/s 60-GHz Millimeter-wave-based Wireless File-transfer System
Y. Asakura1, K. Kondou1, M. Shinagawa1, S. Tamonoki1, M. Noda1
1 Sony Corporation, Japan
5. Ultra-broadband Receivers using Polymeric Substrate for Multiband Terahertz Communications
M. Inoue1, M. Hodono1, S. Horiguchi2, K. Arakawa3, M. Fujita4, T. Nagatsuma4
1 Nitto Denko Corp., Japan, 2 University of Osaka, Japan, 3 University, Japan, 4 Osaka University, Japan
6. A 60GHz Gigabit Access Transponder Equipment for Short Range and Short-time File Transfer(invited)
M. Ando1, M. Zhang1, J. Hirokawa1, T. Taniguchi2
1 Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan, 2 Japan Radio Co., Ltd., Japan

Tuesday, May 21, 14:00-15:40 (Room F)
<21PM1F> Electromagnetic Compatibility/Electromagnetic Interference-2
Chairs: Yoshitaka Toyota, Japan
  Hiroshi Inoue, Japan
1. Identifying Dominant Factor of EM Radiation from Asymmetrical Differential-Paired Lines with Equi-Distance Routing(invited)
Y. Kayano1, H. Inoue1
1 Akita University, Japan
2. Evaluation of Pigtail Termination of STP cable Using Modal Equivalent Circuit of Four-conductor Transmission Systems
T. Nobunaga1, Y. Toyota1, K. Iokibe1, L. R. Koga1, T. Watanabe2
1 Okayama University, Japan, 2 Industrial Technology Center of Okayama Prefecture, Japan
3. Optimization of Resistances in RL Snubbers for Power Distribution Network of Integrated Circuits(YSA Paper)
R. Yamagata1, K. Iokibe1, Y. Toyota1
1 Okayama University, Japan
4. A Method of Estimating the Intra-EMC Problem Using the Weighted Magnetic Field Correlation Considering Noise Source Polarization
T. Maekawa1, K. Ogawa2
1 Panasonic, Japan, 2 University of Toyama, Japan
5. Design of miniaturized narrow band filter to consider with cross-coupling effect
T. Kawaguchi1, N. Shiokawa1, K. Nakayama1, M. Yamazaki1, H. Kayano1
1 Toshiba Corporation, Japan
6. Common-Mode EMI Suppression in a PWM Inverter using Genetic-Based Gating Signals Tuning(No Show)
E. Chang1, H. Cheng1, C. Chang1
1 I-Shou University, Taiwan

Tuesday, May 21, 16:00-17:40 (Room A)
<21PM2A> Inversion Methods for Electromagnetic Imaging and Applications-3
Chairs: Andrea Randazzo, Italy
  Takashi Takenaka, Japan
1. Progress in Microwave Imaging of Plasmas and Applications(invited)
A. Mase1, N. Ito1, Y. Kogi2, H. Ikezi1, M. Inutake3, X. Wang1, D. Kuwahara4, Y. Nagayama5, T. Yoshinaga5, S. Yamaguchi6, S. K. Padhi7
1 Kyushu University, Japan, 2 Fukuoka Instutute of Physics, Japan, 3 Tohoku University, Japan, 4 National Instutute for Fusion Science, Japan, 5 National Institute for Fusion Science, Japan, 6 Kansai University, Japan, 7 Curtin University, Australia
2. Goniopolarimetry: Space-borne Radio Astronomy with Imaging Capabilities(No Show)
B. Cecconi1
1 Observatoire de Paris, France
3. Goniopolarimetry with Coupled Electric and Magnetic Measurements(No Show)
B. Cecconi1, A. Gautier2, J. Bergman3, T. Chust4, A. Marchaudon5, C. Cavoit6, O. Santolik7
1 Observatoire de Paris, France, 2 LESIA, Observatoire de Paris - CNRS - UPMC - Université Paris-Diderot, France, 3 IRFU, France, 4 LPP, CNRS - Ecole Polytechnique - UPMC - Université Paris Sud, France, 5 IRAP, CNRS - Université Paul Sabatier, France, 6 LPC2E, CNRS - Université D'Orléans, France, 7 Institute of Atmospheric Physics AS CR, Czech Republic
4. Coherent Sub-Space Processing for Time Reversal Microwave Imaging(invited)
M. D. Hossain1, A. S. Mohan2
1 Faculty of Engineering and IT, University of Technology Sydney, 2 University of Technology Sydney

Tuesday, May 21, 16:00-17:40 (Room B)
<21PM2B> Nanoelectromagnetics
Chairs: Nader Engheta, USA
  Arthur D. Yaghjian, USA
1. Impulsive Electromagnetic Response of Thin Plasmonic Metal Sheets(YSA Paper)
M. Štumpf1, G. A. E. Vandenbosch2
1 Brno University of Technology, Czech Republic, 2 Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, Belgium
2. Interferences among Optical Near Fields Nanofocused by Plasmonic Probe
K. Tanaka1, F. Katayama2, M. Tanaka1
1 Gifu University, Japan, 2 University of Hamamatsu, Japan
3. Non-Reciprocity with Graphene Magnetoplasmons and Application to Plasmonic Isolators(invited)
N. Chamanara1, D. L. Sounas1, C. Caloz1
1 Ecole Polytechnique de Montreal, Canada
4. Characteristics of Localized Circularly Polarized Light for All-Optical Magnetic Recording -Field Distribution inside Particulate Media by Changing Antenna Position-
S. Ohnuki1, T. Kato1, Y. Takano1, Y. Ashizawa1, K. Nakagawa1
1 Nihon University, Japan

Tuesday, May 21, 16:00-17:40 (Room C)
<21PM2C> Random Media and Rough Surfaces
Chairs: Alexander Yarovoy, The Netherlands
  Akira Ishimaru, USA
1. Random coupling model for the radiation of irregular apertures
G. Gradoni1, T. Antonsen1, S. Anlage2, E. Ott1
1 University of Maryland, USA, 2 Center for Nanophysics and Advanced Materials, USA
2. Transient evolution of eigenmodes in dynamic cavities and time-varying media
G. Gradoni1, L. R. Arnaut2
1 University of Maryland, USA, 2 University of Nottingham, United Kingdom
3. Some Problems of Diagnostics of Inhomogeneous Media
M. Tinin1, S. Knizhin1
1 Irkutsk State University, Russia
4. Off-axis field correlations in turbulence
Y. Baykal1
1 Cankaya University, Turkey

Tuesday, May 21, 16:00-17:40 (Room D)
<21PM2D> Electromagnetic Scattering/Reflection/Transmission/Radiation in Structures Involving Metamaterials and Advanced Materials
Chairs: Andrey Osipov, Germany
  Piergiorgio Uslenghi, USA
1. Scattering by an Impedance Cylinder Immersed Halfway Between Dielectric-Metamaterial Half-Spaces(invited)(YSA Paper)
M. Salem1
1 King Abdullah University of Science and Technology, Saudi Arabia
2. Physical Theory of Diffraction for Scatterers with Low Reflection Surface
A. Osipov1
1 German Aerospace Center
3. Size-independent Cylindrical Resonator Half-filled with DNG Metamaterial(invited)
V. Daniele1, R. D. Graglia2, G. Lombardi2, P. L. Uslenghi3
1 Polythechnic of Turin, Italy, 2 Politecnico di Torino, Italy, 3 University of Illinois at Chicago, USA
4. Surface to leaky wave transformation in polarized metasurfaces(invited)
G. Minatti1, M. Sabbadini2, S. Maci3
1 European Space Agency, The Netherlands, 2 Esa Estec, The Netherlands, 3 University of Siena, Italy

Tuesday, May 21, 16:00-17:40 (Room E)
<21PM2E> General Propagation
Chairs: Yasuyuki Maekawa, Japan
  Susumu Nakazawa, Japan
1. Comparison of Measured and Theoretically Predicted Results of Ground-wave Propagation Characteristic at MF-Band
Y. Nishioka1, Y. Inasawa1, Y. Konishi1
1 Mitsubishi Electric Corporation, Japan
2. ARTEMIS-P: A general Ray Tracing code in anisotropic plasma for radioastronomical applications(No Show)
A. Gautier1, B. Cecconi2, P. Zarka1
1 LESIA, Observatoire de Paris - CNRS - UPMC - Université Paris-Diderot, France, 2 Observatoire de Paris, France
3. Propagation features and polarization properties of ion cyclotron waves in multi-component plasma
D. Shklyar1, L. Storey2
1 Space Research Institute, Russia, 2 Retired, France
4. A Method to Estimate Outage for 21-GHz Band Satellite Broadcasting System
S. Nakazawa1, M. Nagasaka2, S. Tanaka3
1 NHK, Japan, 2 NHK Science & Technology Research Laboratory, Japan, 3 NHK Science and Technical Research Laboratories, Japan

Tuesday, May 21, 16:00-17:40 (Room F)
<21PM2F> Advanced Computational Techniques for Multi-Scale and/or Multi-Physics Engineering Applications
Chairs: Jin-Fa Lee, USA
  Zhen Peng, USA
1. A Heterogeneous Domain Decomposition Method for the Full Wave Analysis of Complex Airborne Antenna Systems(YSA Paper)
Z. Peng1, K. Lim2, J. Lee3
1 ElectroScience Lab, The Ohio State University, USA, 2 The Ohio State University, USA, 3 Ohio State University, USA
2. Efficient Integral Equation Based Solvers for Modelling Antennas Mounted on Electrically Large and Complex Platform
C. Wang1, Z. Liu1, S. Peng1
1 National University of Singapore, Singapore
3. Transient Analysis of Electromagnetic Fields of Nano Structures by Integral Solvers with FILT
S. Kishimoto1, S. Ohnuki1, Y. Ashizawa1, K. Nakagawa1, S. Y. Huang2, W. C. Chew3
1 Nihon University, Japan, 2 Singapore University of Technology and Design, Singapore, 3 University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, USA
4. A Multi-solver Domain Decomposition Method for Rigorous Conductor Modeling of Signal Integrity in Integrated Circuits
Y. Shao1, Z. Peng2, J. Lee3
1 The Ohio State University, USA, 2 ElectroScience Lab, The Ohio State University, USA, 3 Ohio State University, USA

Thursday, May 23, 8:50-11:30 (Room A)
<23AM1A> Recent Advances in Metamaterials
Chairs: Christophe Caloz, Canada
  Toshiro Kodera, Japan
1. Excitation of Antennas by Using Surface Plasmon Technology(invited)(YSA Paper)
O. Quevedo-Teruel1, Y. Hao1
1 Queen Mary, University of London, United Kingdom
2. Partial Focusing by a Uniaxial Wire Medium Periodically Loaded with Impedance Insertions(invited)
C. S. R. Kaipa1, A. Yakovlev2
1 University of Mississippi, USA, 2 The University of Mississippi, USA
3. Transmission Line Approach for Transformation Electromagnetics(invited)
A. Sanada1, T. Nagayama1
1 Yamaguchi University, Japan
4. Beam Scanning Antennas Based on Pseudo Traveling Wave Resonators(invited)
T. Ueda1, T. Itoh2
1 Kyoto Institute of Technology, Japan, 2 UCLA, USA
5. A Novel Theoretical Approach of Fishnet-type Material Composed of Multilayer Metallic Patterns by the Equivalent Circuit(invited)
T. Yamamoto1, H. Kubo1, A. Sanada1
1 Yamaguchi University, Japan
6. Absorption of Near-Fields through Hyperbolic Metamaterials with Finite Thickness(invited)
C. Guclu1, S. Campione1, F. Capolino1
1 University of California, Irvine, USA
7. Optimizing small particles for strong interactions with electromagnetic fields(invited)
Y. Ra'di1, S. Tretyakov1
1 Aalto University, Finland

Thursday, May 23, 8:50-11:50 (Room B)
<23AM1B> Interaction of Electromagnetic Fields with Biological Tissues
Chairs: Ursula van Rienen, Germany
  Shoogo Ueno, Japan
1. Computational Estimation of Threshold Currents for Electrophosphenes(YSA Paper)
I. Laakso1, A. Hirata1
1 Nagoya Institute of Technology, Japan
2. Investigation of SAR of Dipole Phased Array Antenna above EBG Substrates
K. H. Chan1, R. Ikeuchi1, A. Hirata1
1 Nagoya Institute of Technology, Japan
3. Antenna Performance of Push-to-Talk Transceiver in VHF and UHF Bands Considering Impedance Matching
N. Kogo1, T. Ikeda2
1 Japan Broadcasting Corporation, 2 Japan Broadcasting Corporation, Japan
4. Design of an Optimized Biomagnetic Measurement Surface by a Spherical-Multipole Approach(invited)
F. Argin1, H. Ahrens1, L. Klinkenbusch2
1 Christian-Albrechts-Universität zu Kiel, Germany, 2 Christian-Albrechts-Universitaet zu Kiel, Germany
5. Modelling the Probabilistic Neural Activation in Deep Brain Stimulation: Influence of Uncertainty in the Parameters of the Electrode-Tissue-Interface(invited)
C. Schmidt1, U. V. Rienen2
1 University of Rostock, Germany, 2 Universität Rostock, Germany
6. Analysis of Temperature Elevation in Older Individuals for Far-Field Microwave Exposures
T. Nomura1, I. Laakso1, A. Hirata1
1 Nagoya Institute of Technology, Japan
7. A Breast Cancer Detection System Using 198 ps Gaussian Monocycle Pulse CMOS Transmitter and UWB Antenna Array
T. Sugitani1
1 Hiroshima University, Japan
8. Calculating the Electric Fields in the Human Brain by Deep Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation
M. Lu1, S. Ueno2
1 Lanzhou Jiaotong University, Lanzhou, R.R.China,2 Kyushu University, Japan

Thursday, May 23, 8:50-10:10 (Room C)
<23AM1C> Exotic Phenomena and Homogenization Theory of Metamaterials
Chairs: Sergei A. Tretyakov, Finland
  Filippo Capolino, USA
1. Antiresonance in the Retrieved Material Parameters of Periodic and Aperiodic Composite Materials(invited)
P. Alitalo1, A. E. Culhaoglu2, C. Simovski3, S. Tretyakov1
1 Aalto University, Finland, 2 German Aerospace Center, 3 Helsinki University of Technology, Finland
2. Recent Advances in the Analytical Modeling of Wire Media Based Metamaterials with Microwave and Terahertz Applications(invited)
S. Maslovski1, M. Silveirinha1, A. Yakovlev2, C. S. R. Kaipa3, G. Hanson4, P. Belov5, O. Luukkonen6, I. Nefedov7, C. Simovski7, S. Tretyakov7, Y. Padooru2
1 Universidade de Coimbra - Instituto de Telecomunicações, Portugal, 2 The University of Mississippi, USA, 3 University of Mississippi, USA, 4 University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, USA, 5 National Research University of Information Technologies, Mechanics and Optics, Russia, 6 Nokia Research Center, Finland, 7 Aalto University, Finland
3. Singularities or Emergent Losses in Radially Uniaxial Spheres(invited)
H. Wallen1, H. Kettunen2, A. Sihvola2
1 Aalto University School of Electrical Engineering, Finland, 2 Aalto University, Finland
4. All spectrum identities for periodic metamaterials(invited)
M. Gustafsson1, I. Vakili1, D. Sjöberg1
1 Lund University, Sweden

Thursday, May 23, 10:30-11:50 (Room C)
<23AM1C> Microwave Metamaterials: Theory and Design for New Applications
Chairs: Sergei A. Tretyakov, Finland
  Filippo Capolino, USA
5. Hybrid Combination of Tri-Band Isolation Circuits Based on Conventional and Double-Lorentz Transmission Lines for Quadruplexers(invited)
H. Lee1, T. Itoh2
1 University of California, Los Angeles, USA, 2 UCLA, USA
6. Magnet-less Non-reciprocal Metamaterials with Magnetic or Electric Gyrotropy(invited)
T. Kodera1, D. L. Sounas2, C. Caloz2
1 Yamaguchi University, Japan, 2 Ecole Polytechnique de Montreal, Canada
7. Chipless RFID Trasponders by using Multi-resonant High-Impedance Surfaces(invited)
F. Costa1, S. Genovesi1, A. Monorchio1
1 University of Pisa, Italy
8. Effect of Losses on the Performance of Very Thin Artificial Magnetic Conductors(invited)
S. Pan1, C. Guclu1, F. Capolino1
1 University of California, Irvine, USA

Thursday, May 23, 8:50-11:10 (Room D)
<23AM1D> Near-Field Coupling and Focusing: Theory, Techniques and Applications
Chairs: Paolo Nepa, Italy
  Ahmed. Kishk, Canada
1. Near-Field Coupling in UHF-RFID systems(YSA Paper)
A. Buffi1, A. Michel2, R. Caso1, P. Nepa1
1 University of Pisa, Italy, 2 University f Pisa, Italy
2. Ultra-Wideband Transient Arrays: Focusing and Defocusing(invited)
S. Karimkashi1, A. Kishk2
1 Advanced Radar Research Center, USA, 2 Concordia University, Canada
3. A Nonredundant Spherical NF-FF Transformation: Experimental Tests @ UNISA Antenna Characterization Lab(invited)
F. D'Agostino1, F. Ferrara1, C. Gennarelli1, R. Guerriero1, M. Migliozzi1, G. Riccio1
1 University of Salerno, Italy
4. Radiation Pattern Synthesis of Phased Array Antennas Based on a Domain Transformation of Field Basis Functions(invited)
H. Chou1
1 Yuan Ze University, Taiwan
5. Reconstruction of MMW Near-field Image with Antenna-radiation-pattern Deconvolution Processing
H. Togo1
1 NTT Microsystem Integration Laboratories, Japan
6. Circular Antenna Arrays for Near-Field Focused or Multi-Focused Beams(invited)
P. Lemaitre-Auger1, R. Siragusa2, C. Caloz3, D. Kaddour4
1 Institut Polytechnique de Grenoble, France, 2 Grenoble INP, France, 3 Ecole Polytechnique de Montreal, Canada, 4 LCIS, Grenoble INP, France

Thursday, May 23, 8:50-9:50 (Room E)
<23AM1E> Cognitive Radio and Software Controlled Antennas
Chairs: Sembiam Rengarajan, USA
  Lotfollah Shafai, Canada
1. Microstrip Reconfigurable Antenna for Cognitive Radio Systems
S. Genovesi1, A. Monorchio1, G. Manara1
1 University of Pisa, Italy
2. Reconfigurable RF Circuits for Future Multi-Mode Multi-Band Mobile Terminals
H. Okazaki1, T. Furuta1, K. Kawai1, Y. Takagi1, A. Fukuda1, S. Narahashi1
1 NTT DOCOMO, INC., Japan,
3. Fixed-Frequency Beam Steering from a Stub-Loaded Microstrip Leaky-Wave Antenna
D. K. Karmokar1, D. Thalakotuna1, K. Esselle1, M. Heimlich1, L. Matekovits2
1 Macquarie University, Australia, 2 Politecnico di Torino, Italy

Thursday, May 23, 10:10-11:50 (Room E)
<23AM1E> Smart Antennas
Chairs: Sembiam Rengarajan, USA
  Lotfollah Shafai, Canada
4. Multivariate Regression Analysis for Estimating the Channel Capacity of Small MIMO Antennas Regarding Correlation, Power Imbalance, and SNR
T. Kitamura1, K. Honda2, K. Ogawa2
1 Toyama University, Japan, 2 University of Toyama, Japan
5. Mutual Interactions Between Holding Angle and Broadcasting Waves Polarization on the Sensitivity of a Portable DTV MRC Array
M. Yamazaki1, K. Honda2, K. Ogawa2
1 Toyama University, Japan, 2 University of Toyama, Japan
6. Photonic Approach to Beam Steering of Phased Array Antenna
S. Akiba1, M. Oishi2, Y. Nishikawa3, J. Hirokawa3, M. Ando3
1 KDDI, Japan, 2 KDDI R&D Laboratories Inc., Japan, 3 Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan
7. Design and Implementation of a VHF Plasma Antenna
P. Darvish1, A. B. Gorji1, B. Zakeri1
1 Babol Noshirvani University of Technology, Babol, Iran
8. Applications of Tri-mode Waveguide Feeds in Adaptive Virtual Array Antennas
Z. A. Pour1, L. Shafai2
1 The University of Manitoba, Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada, 2 University of Manitoba, Canada

Thursday, May 23, 8:50-11:30 (Room F)
<23AM1F> Ultrawideband Antennas
Chairs: John Volakis, USA
  Akira Hirose, Japan
1. Complementary Triangular SRR and inverted U-slot loaded UWB printed Monopole Antenna with Dual band notch characteristics(No Show)
M. Gs1, S. Kumar2, V. M. Ravi3, P. H. Rao4
1 NIT-Trichy, India, 2 National Institute of Technology, Trichirapally, India, 3 National Institute of Technology, India, 4 SAMEER-Centre for Electromagnetics, India
2. Dispersion Characteristics of Ultra Wideband Antennas and Their Radiation Patterns
K. Kikuta1, A. Hirose1
1 The University of Tokyo, Japan
3. SRR-loaded Antipodal Vivaldi Antenna for UWB Applications with Tunable Notch Function
D. Sarkar1, K. V. Srivastava1
1 Indian Institute of Technology, Kanpur, India
4. Circularly Polarized Minkowski Fractal Dielectric Resonator Antenna
S. Dhar1, R. Ghatak2, B. Gupta1, D. Poddar1
1 Jadavpur University, India, 2 National Institute of Technology Durgapur, India
5. UWB Miniature Antenna Based on the CRLH-TL with Increase Gain(No Show)
M. Alibakhshi-Kenari1
1 Shahid Bahonar University of Kerman, Iran
6. Design of Compact UWB MIMO Antenna for Two Different Stub Structures(No Show)
M. S. Mahmud1, F. J. J. Jabri2
1 American International University-Bnagladesh, Bangladesh, 2 University of Technology, Iraq
7. Ground Plane Effect of 2 X 1 Ice Cream Cone UWB Antennas for UWB Communication(No Show)
M. A. Othman1, M. Z. A. Rahman2, M. M. Ismail3, M. Misran4, H. A. Sulaiman5, M. A. M. Said6, M. Z. A. B. A. Aziz5
1 University of Nottingham, United Kingdom, 2 Politeknik Ungku Omar, Malaysia, 3 University Tecnical Malaysia Melaka, Malaysia, 4 Universiti Tenikal Malaysia Melaka, Malaysia, 5 Universiti Teknikal Malaysia Melaka, Malaysia, 6 UTeM, Malaysia

Thursday, May 23, 13:40-14:40 (CMR)
<23PM1P> Poster Session
Chairs: Kiyotaka Fujisaki, Japan
  Makoto Ando, Japan
1. Synthesis of Symmetric and Asymmetric Triple-Stopband Microwave Filter using Frequency Transformation
S. Awasthi1, A. Biswas2, M. J. Akhtar1
1 Indian Institute of Technology Kanpur, India, 2IIT Kanpur, India
2. A Design of 79 GHz Band Coaxial Waveguide Transition using Finline Built on High-Permittivity Substrate
A. Ishikawa1, T. Uebo1
1 WADECO CO., LTD., Japan
3. Optimization of Low Noise Amplifier Designs by Genetic Algorithms
H. Chen1, M. Chen1, C. Tsai1
1 National Kaohsiung First University of Science and Technology, Taiwan
4. Basic Characteristics of Various PAGS Structures on Semiconducting Substrate for Application to Miniaturization of RF Components
J. Jeong1, S. Han1, K. Son1, Y. Yun2
1 Korea Maritime University, Korea, 2 Korea Moritime University, Korea
5. A High Performance CMOS Cascode Mixer For Application to Wireless Maritime Communication System
S. Han1, J. Jeong1, E. Jang1, K. Son1, Y. Yun2
1 Korea Maritime University, Korea, 2 Korea Moritime University, Korea
6. Frequency Domain Analysis for Optical Propagation using Yee Lattice
T. Usuki1
1 Photonics Electronics Technology Research Association, Japan
7. Analytically Based Extraction of Foster-Like Frequency-Independent Antenna Equivalent Circuits
D. Caratelli1, N. Haider1, A. Yarovoy1
1 Delft University of Technology, The Netherlands
8. Rotational Circular Split Ring Resonator Loaded CPW for Compact Multi-Band Notch Applications
C. Saha1, J. Siddiqui2
1 Indian Institute of Space Science and Technology, Department of Space, Government of India, India, 2 University of Calcutta, India
9. A New Bow-tie Antenna Design for UWB Applications(No Show)
B. Moghimi1, M. Vahdani1
1 Ghiosedin Jamshid Kashani Higher Education Institute, Iran
10. Study of Intelligent Switching Mechanism of Band Selection for Micro Scale RF Energy Harvesting(No Show)
B. Wickramasinghe1, C. Indunil1, K. Dharmawardhana1, S. D. silva1
1 Faculty of Engineering, University of Ruhuna, Sri Lanka
11. High-voltage equipment electromagnetic spectrum study for estimation of its technical state and prediction of the residual life
N. V. Silin1, N. V. Korovkin2, M. Hayakawa3
1 Far Eastern Federal University Vladivostok, Russia, 2 Saint Petersburg State Polytechnical University St.-Petersburg, Russia, 3 University of Electro-Communication, Japan
12. FDTD Analysis of Unwanted Emissions from a Variable Capacitor with Sinusoidal Motion
Y. Shimizu1, A. Hirata1, M. Kuroda2
1 Nagoya Institute of Technology, Japan, 2 Tokyo University of Technology, Japan
13. Evaluation of Different Structures for Loop Filter on Synthesizer Specifications(No Show)
B. Zakeri1
1 Babol Noshirvani University of Technology, Babol, Iran
14. UWB Phased Array Antennas for High Resolution Radars
R. GHolami1, H. Mehrpourbernety1, B. Zakeri1
1 Babol Noshirvani University of Technology, Babol, Iran
15. Numerical Analysis of Conical Horn with Dielectric Lens in Free-Space Method
J. Tsutsumi1, K. Hirayama1, T. Yasui1, Y. Tsuji2
1 Kitami Institute of Technology, Japan, 2 Muroran Institute of Technology, Japan
16. Dependence on Spot Size and Exposure Duration to Thermal Sensation by Millimeter-Wave Exposure at 60 GHz
K. Wake1, S. Watanabe1, A. Nishikata2, H. Enomoto3, Y. Ugawa3
1 National Institute of Information and Communications Technology, Japan, 2 Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan, 3 Fukushima Medical University, Japan
17. An Analysis of the Periodic Waveguide by Thick Capacitive Iris Using the FDTD Method
M. Kishi1, T. Shibazaki1, T. Kinoshita2, E. Kabasawa1, T. Kuroki1
1 Tokyo Metropolitan College of Technology, Japan, 2 Tokyo Polytechnic University, Japan
18. Formulation of Electromagnetic Scattering from Surface-Relief Grating with Period Modulation
K. Watanabe1
1 Fukuoka Institute of Technology, Japan
19. Efficient Modelling of an RF MEMS Capacitive Shunt Switch with Artificial Neural Networks
T. Kim1, Z. Marinković2, V. Markovic2, M. Milijić2, O. Pronic-Rancic2, L. Vietzorreck3
1 Technische Universität Muenchen, Germany, 2 University of Nis, Serbia, 3 Technische Universitaet Muenchen, Germany
20. Electromagnetic Scattering from Multiple Objects by Superposition Solution Combined with Method of Moments
M. Tanaka1, K. Tanaka1
1 Gifu University, Japan
21. Hindrance of Conformal Design of A UWB Monopole Antenna and Its Overcoming Modification Using Bandwidth Enhancement Technique(No Show)
D. K. Das1, M. Ahmed2, A. Rahman1
1 North South University, Bangladesh, 2 North South University, Bangladesh
22. Studies on a Cavity-Backed Slot Antenna Made of a Conductive Textile Bent along a Spherical Surface
M. Komeya1, H. Shimasaki1
1 Kyoto Institute of Technology, Japan
23. An Investigation through the Accuracy of Bistatic RCS by using CAD Solvers(No Show)
A. B. Gorji1, B. Zakeri1
1 Babol Noshirvani University of Technology, Babol, Iran
24. 2-port cavity-backed slot antenna for reducing matching loss
S. Yun1, S. Nam1, Y. Cho2
1 Seoul National University, Korea, 2 Kyungpook National University, Korea
25. Scaling Limits of Rectangular and Trapezoidal Channel FinFETs(No Show)
J. Mohseni1
1 Georgia Institute of Technology, USA
26. Analysis of the Electromagnetic Field Scattered by a Spherical Breast Tumour Model
İ. Ünal1, B. Turetken2, U. Bulus3, C. Canbay1
1 Yeditepe University, Turkey, 2 TUBITAK BILGEM, Turkey, 3 National Research Institute of Electronics and Cyrptology, Tubitak, Turkey
27. Development of Line-Shaped Microwave plasma with Rectangular Slotted Waveguide at Atmospheric Pressure
T. Sakai1
1 IHI Corporation, Japan
28. Investigation of Time and Frequency Domain Weighting Function for Polyphase Pulse Compression Radars(No Show)
B. Zakeri1
1 Babol Noshirvani University of Technology, Babol, Iran
29. Ultra Low Profile, Unbalanced FED Inverted F Antenna for 2.45 GHz Wireless Communication System
E. Rohadi1, M. Taguchi2
1 Graduate School of Engineering, Nagasaki University, Japan, 2 Nagasaki University, Japan
30. Wall-through Radar Modeling by Applying Array-factor and GTD Near-field
M. Inami1, H. Kobayashi1, Y. Yamaguchi1, H. Yamada1
1 Graduate School of Science and Technology, Niigata University, Japan

Thursday, May 23, 14:40-15:40 (Room A)
<23PM2A> Overcoming Fundamental Physics Limits with Active Metastructures
Chairs: Richard W. Ziolkowski, USA
  Samel Arslanagic, Denmark
1. Electromagnetics of Active Coated Nano-Particles(invited)
S. Arslanagić1
1 Technical University of Denmark, Denmark
2. Noise figure of broadband active metamaterials(invited)
Y. Fan1, K. Rajab1, Y. Hao2
1 Queen Mary University of London, United Kingdom, 2 Queen Mary, University of London, United Kingdom
3. Broad Bandwidth Electrically Small Antennas Augmented with Internal Non-Foster Elements(invited)
N. Zhu1, R. W. Ziolkowski1
1 University of Arizona, USA

Thursday, May 23, 14:40-16:00 (Room B)
<23PM2B> Antenna Arrays
Chairs: Jiro Hirokawa, Japan
  Manuel Siera-Castaner, Spain
1. Deterministic Synthesis of Non-Uniformly Spaced Isophoric Linear Antenna Arrays
D. Caratelli1, M. C. Viganó2, A. Yarovoy1
1 Delft University of Technology, The Netherlands, 2 JAST SA, Switzerland
2. Design of a Corporate-fed 2×2-element Slot Array on a Hollow Rectangular Coaxial Line
M. Sano1, J. Hirokawa1, M. Ando1
1 Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan
3. Reflection Bandwidth Enhancement of a 2×2-element Wide Slot Sub-array on a Wall-inserted Cavity
T. Tomura1, J. Hirokawa1, T. Hirano1, M. Ando1
1 Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan
4. Study of a High Gain Radial Line Slot Antenna in Ka-band for Space Uses
T. Nguyen1, R. Jayawardene1, Y. Takano1, K. Sakurai1, T. Hirano1, J. Hirokawa1, M. Ando1, O. Amano2, S. Koreeda3, T. Matsuzaki2
1 Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan, 2 NEC TOSHIBA Space Systems, Ltd., Japan, 3 NEC Toshiba Space Systems, Japan

Thursday, May 23, 14:40-15:40 (Room C)
<23PM2C> Electromagnetic Fast Solvers
Chairs: Joshua Le-Wei Li, P.R. China
  Shinichiro Ohnuki, Japan
1. Fast Direct Solver Based on the Generalized Equivalence Integral Equation
Y. Brick1, V. Lomakin2, A. Boag3
1,3 Tel Aviv University,Tel Aviv, Israel, 2 University of California, San Diego, USA
2. GPU Acceleration of an FDTD Solver for MMIC Passive Element Analysis
N. Morita1
1 M Wave Solver Lab, Japan
3. Analytic removal of Gibbs phenomenon from spherical waves(No Show)
J. L. Li1
1 University of Electronic Science & Technology of China, P.R. China

Thursday, May 23, 14:40-16:00 (Room D)
<23PM2D> Electromagnetic Modeling of Human Body and Its Application to Dosimetry
Chairs: Akimasa Hirata, Japan
  Bhaskar Gupta, India
1. SAR Evaluation for Multiple Wireless Communication Devices inside a Vehicle(invited)
Y. Diao1, W. N. Sun1, K. H. Chan1, S. W. Leung1, Y. M. Siu2
1 City University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong, 2 City University of Hong Kong, Japan
2. A Dosimetric Study using Best-fit Cole-Cole Parameters of Biological Tissues and Organs in Radio Frequency Band(invited)
K. Sasaki1, K. Wake2, S. Watanabe2
1 NICT, Japan, 2 National Institute of Information and Communications Technology, Japan
3. Performance of Fully Fabric Wearable Circular Patch Antennas in the Vicinity of Human Body at 2.45 GHz
S. Subramaniam1, S. Dhar2, S. Dasgupta1, B. Gupta2
1 Jadavpur University, Kolkata, India, 2 Jadavpur University, India
4. Comparative Analysis of the Human Exposure induced by RF mobile phones and base stations(invited)(No Show)
J. Wiart1, A. Hadjem2, N. Varsier3, I. Bloch4, C. Person5, A. Gati6, E. Conil2
1 Orange- France Telecom, France, 2 France Telecom R&D, France, 3 Orange, France, 4 Télécom ParisTech, France, 5 Lab-STICC/MOM UMR CNRS, France, 6 Orange Labs, France

Thursday, May 23, 14:40-15:40 (Room E)
<23PM2E> Wave Propagation in a Cellular Urban Environment
Chairs: Tapan K. Sarkar, USA
  Masahiro Nishi, Japan
1. Fading Channel Prediction Based on Complex-Valued Neural Networks in Frequency Domain(invited)
T. Ding1, A. Hirose2
1 University of Tokyo, Japan, 2 The University of Tokyo, Japan
2. Analysis of Path Gain Inside Tunnels Based on FDTD and Ray Tracing Methods(invited)
G. S. Ching1, K. Tsuda1, Y. Kishiki2
1 Kozo Keikaku Engineering Inc., Japan, 2 Kozo Keikaku Engineering, Japan
3. Dynamic Electromagnetic Macro Modeling of Environment to Deal with Propagation in Cellular Wireless Communication: Theory and Experiment(invited)
T. Sarkar1, M. Salazar-Palma2, M. Prasad3, S. W. Ting4
1 Syracuse University, USA, 2 Universidad Carlos III de Madrid, Spain, 3 CSIR, India, 4 University of Macau, Macao

Thursday, May 23, 14:40-15:40 (Room F)
<23PM2F> Unusual Boundary Conditions and Their Realizations
Chairs: Henrik Wallén, Finland
  Yasumitsu Miyazaki, Japan
1. Practical Realization of Perfect Electromagnetic Conductor (PEMC) Boundaries using Ferrites, Magnet-less Non-reciprocal Metamaterials (MNMs) and Graphene(invited)
C. Caloz1, A. Shahvarpour2, D. L. Sounas1, T. Kodera3, B. Gurlek2, N. Chamanara1
1 Ecole Polytechnique de Montreal, Canada, 2 École Polytechnique de Montréal, Canada, 3 Yamaguchi University, Japan
2. Definition of an EM Continuum and Boundary Conditions for Electric Quadrupolar Continua(invited)
A. D. Yaghjian1
1 Research Consultant, USA
3. Anisotropic Surface Boundary Conditions and Their Implementations(invited)
G. Minatti1, M. Sabbadini2, S. Maci3
1 European Space Agency, The Netherlands, 2 Esa Estec, The Netherlands, 3 University of Siena, Italy

Thursday, May 23, 16:00-18:00 (Room A)
<23PM3A> Antennas: General Aspects-1
Chairs: Karu Esselle, Australia
  Dominique L. Paul, United Kingdom
1. A Concentric Three-layer Half-split Cylindrical Dielectric Resonator Antenna for Wideband Applications
R. K. Chaudhary1, K. V. Srivastava2, A. Biswas3
1 Indian Institute of Technology Kanpur, India, 2 Indian Institute of Technology, Kanpur, India, 3 IIT Kanpur, India
2. Modeling of Losses in Microstrip Reflectarrays based on a Simple Equivalent Circuit Approach(YSA Paper)
F. Costa1, A. Monorchio1
1 University of Pisa, Italy
3. Analysis of a Strip Loop Antenna Located on the Surface of an Open Cylindrical Waveguide Filled with a Resonant Magnetoplasma(YSA Paper)
A. Zaitseva1, A. Kudrin1, B. Spagnolo2, T. Zaboronkova3
1 University of Nizhny Novgorod, Russia, 2 Palermo University, Italy, 3 Technical University of Nizhny Novgorod, Russia
4. Wireless Video System Using Dualfunction Omnidirectional Glass Dielectric Resonator Antenna
K. W. Leung1, Y. M. Pan2
1 City University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong, 2 City University of HongKong, Hong Kong
5. A Four Element Antenna System with Antenna Diversity for Dual Band WLAN Operation
Y. Shih1, W. Liao1, S. Chang1, P. Chiang1, C. Yeh1, T. Ma1
1 National Taiwan University of Science and Technology, Taiwan
6. Broadband Reflectarray with Convex Strip Elements for Dual-Polarization Use
T. Toyoda1, D. Higashi1, H. Deguchi1, M. Tsuji1
1 Doshisha University, Japan

Thursday, May 23, 16:00-18:00 (Room B)
<23PM3B> Periodic Structures - Frequency Selective Surfaces, Absorbers and Metamaterials
Chairs: Raj Mittra, USA
  Simone Genovesi, Italy
1. Three-Dimensional Bandpass Frequency Selective Structures(invited)
B. Li1, Z. Shen1
1 Nanyang Technological University, Singapore
2. Radio-Frequency Field Measurement Using Thin Artificial Magnetic Conductor Absorber
S. Yagitani1, T. Sunahara1, T. Nakagawa1, D. Hiraki1, Y. Yoshimura2, H. Sugiura2
1 Kanazawa University, Japan, 2 Industrial Research Institute of Ishikawa, Japan
3.Evaluation of Effective Permittivity and Permeability for Dummy Metal Fills in a CMOS Chip Using Capacitor and Inductor Model
T. Hirano1, K. Okada1, J. Hirokawa1, M. Ando1
1 Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan
4. Three-Dimensional FSS Elements with Wide Frequency and Angular Response
C. Pelletti1, R. Mittra2, G. Bianconi2
1 The Pennsylvania State University, USA, 2 Penn State University, USA
5. Perfect Metamaterial Absorbers in the Ultra-High Frequency Range
F. Costa1, S. Genovesi1, A. Monorchio1, G. Manara1
1 University of Pisa, Italy
6. Efficient Modeling of Conformal Frequency Selective Surfaces Using the Characteristic Basis Function Method
C. Pelletti1, G. Bianconi2, R. Mittra2, A. Monorchio3
1 The Pennsylvania State University, USA, 2 Penn State University, USA, 3 University of Pisa, Italy

Thursday, May 23, 16:20-18:00 (Room C)
<23PM3C> Complex Media and Metamaterials
Chairs: Ari Sihvola, Finland
  Takuji Arima, Japan
1. Electromagnetic interaction with exotic uniaxial media(YSA Paper)
N. Tedeschi1, F. Frezza2, A. Sihvola3
1 La Sapienza University of Rome, Italy, 2 Sapienza University of Rome, Italy, 3 Aalto University, Finland
2. Frequency Band Widening of Negative Permeability Using Split Ring Resonators
Y. Aoki1, T. Uno2, T. Arima1
1 Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology, Japan, 2 Tokyo University of Agricultural Technology, Japan
3. Classification of Degenerate and Non-degenerate Modes of Photonic Crystals by Group Theory in FDTD Analysis
H. Sakamoto1, T. Uno2, T. Arima1
1 Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology, Japan, 2 Tokyo University of Agricultural Technology, Japan
4. Two-Dimensional Metamaterial for Surface Wave Propagation with Scanning Metallic Defect for Permittivity Imaging
O. Sakai1, G. Itami1, T. Akiyama1, Y. Harada2
1 Kyoto University, Japan, 2 Kyoto Prefectural University of Medicine, Japan
5. An Ultra Thin Electric Field Driven LC Resonator Structure as Metamaterial Absorber for Dual Band Applications(YSA Paper)
S. Bhattacharyya1, K. V. Srivastava1
1 Indian Institute of Technology, Kanpur, India

Thursday, May 23, 16:00-18:00 (Room D)
<23PM3D> Numerical Frequency Domain Methods
Chairs: Ignace Bogaert, Belgium
  Branko M. Kolundzija, Serbia
1. Electromagnetic Modelling of Material Loaded Cavity Resonators with a Filling Hole for Complex Resonant Frequency Determination(invited)
E. Kilic1, G. Schnattinger1, U. Siart1, T. F. Eibert1
1 Technische Universität München, Germany
2. Calculation of Electromagnetic Fields in Non-Planar Stratified Bi-Anisotropic and Non-Local Media(No Show)
N. Lehtinen1, U. Inan2
1 Stanford University, USA, 2 Koc University, Turkey
3. Solving Optical Waveguide Leaky Modes Using a Multidomain Legendre Pseudospectral Frequency-Domain Method
C. Y. Wang1, S. Chung1, C. Teng2, H. Chang1
1 National Taiwan University, Taiwan, 2 National Chiao Tung University, Taiwan
4. Accurate 2D MoM Technique for Arbitrary Dielectric, Magnetic and Conducting Media Applied to Shielding Problems(invited)
D. Dobbelaere1, H. Rogier1, D. D. Zutter1
1 Ghent University, Belgium
5. Numerical Aspects of the Method of Moments in Anisotropic Materials(invited)
I. Bogaert1
1 Ghent University, Belgium
6. Computation of Singular Electromagnetic Fields using a Hybrid DG-FEM Method
O. Ivanyshyn Yaman1, E. Gjonaj1, T. Weiland1
1 Technische Universität Darmstadt, Germany

Thursday, May 23, 16:00-18:20 (Room E)
<23PM3E> Novel Mathematical Methods in Electromagnetics
Chairs: Yury Shestopalov, Sweden
  Kazuya Kobayashi, Japan
1. Regime of Coupled Electromagnetic TE-TM Wave Propagation in a Plane Layer Waveguide with Kerr Nonlinearity(YSA Paper)
D. Valovik1, Y. Smirnov2
1 Penza State University, Russia, 2 Head of Department at Penza State University, Russia
2. Nanophotonics of gradient metamaterials: physical fundamentals and mathematical basis(invited)
A. Shvartsburg1
1 Russian Academy of Sciences, Russia
3. Electromagnetic Field Characteristics of Transverse Mode Couplings in Acousto-Optic Waveguide Devices
Y. Miyazaki1
1 Aichi University of Technology, Japan
4. Fractal Fourier Spectra of Electromagnetic Oscillations in a Driven Nonlinear Resonator
A. Kudrin1, E. Petrov1
1 University of Nizhny Novgorod, Russia
5. Iterative Method for Analysis of the Differential Phase Shift in an Azimuthally Magnetized Circular Ferrite-Dielectric Waveguide
M. N. Georgieva-Grosse1, G. N. Georgiev2
1 Meterstrasse 4, Germany, 2 University of Veliko Tirnovo St. St. Cyril and Methodius, Bulgaria
6. Scattering of Electromagnetic Waves by Inhomogeneous Dielectric Gratings with Parallel Perfectly Conducting Strips -Matrix Formulation of Point Matching Method-(invited)
T. Yamasaki1
1 Nihon University, Japan
7. Exact Absorbing Boundary Conditions for Numerical Modeling of 3-D Diffraction Gratings
K. Sirenko1, Y. Sirenko2, H. Bagci1
1 King Abdullah University of Science and Technology, 2 Institute of Radiophysics and Electronics

Thursday, May 23, 16:00-18:00 (Room F)
<23PM3F> High-Frequency Methods
Chairs: Hsi-Tseng Chou, Taiwan
  Se-Yun Kim, Korea
1. High Frequency Diffraction by Strongly Elongated Spheroids
I. Andronov1
1 University of St. Petersburg, Russia
2. Hidden Rays on the Shadow Boundaries of Penetrable Wedges
S. Kim1
1 Korea Institute of Science and Technology, Korea
3. High-Frequency Asymptotic Analysis for Scattered Field by a Conducting Cylinder
K. Goto1, L. H. Loc1
1 National Defense Academy, Japan
4. Generalized Ray Interpretation of Floquet Modes for Two-Dimensional, Infinite Phased Array Antennas
H. Chou1
1 Yuan Ze University, Taiwan
5. Numerical Integration of Physical Optics for 2-Dimensional Scatterer using Fresnel Zone Numbers with Frequency-Independent Computation Time
T. Kohama1
1 Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan
6. Near-Field Multilevel Physical Optics for Fast Analysis of Multi-Reflector Antennas
C. Letrou1, A. Boag2
1 TELECOM SudParis, France, 2 Tel Aviv University, Israel

Friday, May 24, 8:50-11:50 (Room A)
<24AM1A> Scattering and Diffraction-1
Chairs: Paul D. Smith, Australia
  Mitsuhiro. Yokota, Japan
1. Uniform Asymptotic Solutions for Scattered Field by a Coated Conducting Cylinder
L. H. Loc1, K. Goto1
1 National Defense Academy, Japan
2. Reflection Properties from Dielectric Grating Structures Containing Photonic Crystal Grating
M. Yokota1, K. Yoshizuru1
1 University of Miyazaki, Japan
3. MoM Analysis of Radiation and Scattering of Broadband Array Antenna
T. Tanaka1, Y. Nishioka1, Y. Inasawa1, Y. Konishi1
1 Mitsubishi Electric Corporation, Japan
4. Scattering of a Gaussian Beam by the End-Face of a Three-Dimensional Waveguide System
A. Komiyama1
1 Osaka Electro-Communication University, Japan
5. Scattering by inhomogeneities in parallel plate waveguides
G. Kristensson1
1 Lund University, Sweden
6. Electromagnetic Wave Scattering from Lossy Polygonal Cylinders
A. Nguyen1, H. Shirai1
1 Chuo University, Japan
7. Efficiency of Different Heuristic Approaches to Calculation of Electromagnetic Diffraction by Polyhedrons and Other Scatterers(No Show)
M. Vesnik1
1 Kotel'nikov Institute of Radio Engineering and Electronics of Russian Academy of Sciences, Russia

Friday, May 24, 8:50-11:30 (Room B)
<24AM1B> Wireless Power Transfer
Chairs: Naoki Shinohara, Japan
  Hiroki Shoki, Japan
  Koichi Ogawa, Japan
1. High Efficiency MW-Band Rectenna Using a Coaxial Dielectric Resonator and Distributed Capacitors
T. Yamashita1, K. Honda2, K. Ogawa2
1 Toyama University, Japan, 2 University of Toyama, Japan
2. Design of External Circuits for Smart Inductive Coupling between Non-Self-Resonant Small Antennas in Wireless Power Transfer Systems
N. Inagaki1, T. Tabata2, S. Hori3
1 Nagoya Institute of Technology, Japan, 2 Kojima Press Insustry co. Ltd., Japan, 3 Kojima Press Industry Co. Ltd., Japan
3. Compliance of Induced Quantities in Human Model for Wireless Power Transfer System at 10 MHz
T. Sunohara1, I. Laakso1, K. H. Chan1, A. Hirata1
1 Nagoya Institute of Technology, Japan
4. Experiment of Power and Data Transmission Scheduling for Single Wireless LAN Sensor
N. Imoto1, S. Yamashita1, K. Yamamoto1, M. Morikura1
1 Kyoto University, Japan
5. An Efficient Algorithm for Transmitting Power Maximization of Phased Arrays Including Amplitude Degradation
T. Mitani1, S. Tanaka2, Y. Ebihara2
1 Kyoto Universiy, Japan, 2 Kyoto University, Japan
6. Mid-Distance Wireless Power Transmission for Electric Truck via Microwaves
N. Shinohara1
1 Kyoto University, Japan
7. Measurement of Wireless Power Transfer to Multiple Loads by a Vector Network Analyser
K. Yamaguchi1, I. Awai1, T. Ishizaki2
1 Ryutech Corporation, Japan, 2 Ryukoku University, Japan

Friday, May 24, 8:50-11:50 (Room C)
<24AM1C> Ultra Wideband Phased Arrays
Chairs: John Volakis, USA
  Randy Haupt, USA
1. Beamforming for Impulse-Radio UWB Communication Systems Based on Complex-Valued Spatio-Temporal Neural Networks
H. Yoshida1, A. Hirose1
1 The University of Tokyo, Japan
2. Time Delay Unit Quantization at the Subarray Level for Large, Wideband Linear Arrays(invited)
R. Haupt1
1 Colorado School of Mines, USA
3. Implementation of Direction-of-Arrival Estimation Using Rotman Lens Array Antenna
P. Chiang1, W. Liao1, Y. Tu1, H. Liu1
1 National Taiwan University of Science and Technology, Taiwan
4. Wideband, Wide Scanning Conformal Arrays with Practical Integrated Feeds(invited)
J. Doane1, W. Moulder2, K. Sertel2, J. L. Volakis1
1 Ohio State University, USA, 2 The Ohio State University, USA
5. Design of Multi-Beam Antenna Array Using Tapered Slot Elements
H. Chou1, K. Bai1, C. Sun1, C. Yu1, H. Hsu2
1 Yuan Ze University, Taiwan, 2 Yuan Ze University R O C, Taiwan
6. Wideband Waveguide Slot Array Antennas with Corporate-feed in 120GHz and 350GHz Bands(invited)
J. Hirokawa1, D. Kim1, M. Ando1, T. Nagatsuma2, J. Takeuchi3, A. Hirata3
1 Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan, 2 Osaka University, Japan, 3 NTT Corporation, Japan
7. A Review of Planar Ultrawideband Modular Antenna (PUMA) Arrays(invited)
J. T. Logan1, S. S. Holland1, D. H. Schaubert1, R. W. Kindt2, M. N. Vouvakis1
1 UMass Amherst, USA, 2 US Naval Research Lab, USA

Friday, May 24, 8:50-11:50 (Room D)
<24AM1D> New Development of Metamaterial Antennas and Transformation Electromagnetics
Chairs: Yang Hao, United Kingdom
  Yijun Feng, P.R. China
1. Dielectric Multilayers for Antenna and Cloaking Devices Designed from Transformation Electromagnetics
Y. Feng1, S. Xiong1, X. Xu1, B. Zhu1, J. Zhao1, T. Jiang1
1 Nanjing University, P.R. China
2. Surface wave Maxwell fish eye lens
R. C. Mitchell-Thomas1, O. Quevedo-Teruel1, R. Yang2, Y. Hao1
1 Queen Mary, University of London, United Kingdom, 2 Xidian University, P.R. China
3. New Strategies for Antenna and Cloak Designs Using Electromagnetic Field Manipulation
R. Mittra1, Y. Zhou2
1 Penn State University, USA, 2 EMC Laboratory, The Pennsylvania State University, USA
4. A Personal Perspective on CRLH Antennas
C. Caloz1
1 Ecole Polytechnique de Montreal, Canada
5. An Efficient, Electrically Small Antenna with Large Impedance Bandwidth Simultaneously with High Directivity and Large Front-to-Back Ratio
R. W. Ziolkowski1, M. C. Tang2, N. Zhu1
1 University of Arizona, USA, 2 University of Electronic Science and Technology of China, P.R. China
6. Metasurfaces designed by coordinate transformations
E. Martini1, S. Maci1
1 University of Siena, Italy
7. Directive Radiation of a Line-Source Inside an Anisotropic Material Slab via Transformation Electromagnetics
S. H. Sedighy1, C. Guclu2, M. K. Amirhosseini3, F. Capolino2
1 IUST, Iran, 2 University of California, Irvine, USA, 3 Iran University of Science and Technology

Friday, May 24, 8:50-11:50 (Room E)
<24AM1E> Solution to Canonical Problems
Chairs: Ludger Klinkenbusch, Germany
  Hiroshi. Shirai, Japan
1. The Far Field Asymptotics in Diffraction by a Plane Sector
M. A. Lyalinov1
1 St. Petersburg State University, Russia
2. Gaussian Beam Propagator Scattering by a Fast Moving Perfectly Conducting Circular Cylinder(YSA Paper)
E. Mizrahi1, T. Melamed1
1 Ben-Gurion University of the Negev, Israel
3. Gaussian Beam Diffraction by a Fast Moving Wedge
R. Tuvi1, T. Melamed2
1 Ben-Gurion University, Israel, 2 Ben-Gurion University of the Negev, Israel
4. Extreme parameters in systropic spherical scatterers(YSA Paper)
T. Rimpiläinen1, H. Wallén2, H. Kettunen1, A. Sihvola1
1 Aalto University, Finland, 2 Aalto University School of Electrical Engineering, Finland
5. Mixtures and Composite Particles: Correspondence of Effective Description
A. Sihvola1, H. Kettunen1, H. Wallén2
1 Aalto University, Finland, 2 Aalto University School of Electrical Engineering, Finland
6. Diffraction of a Skew Incident Electromagnetic Surface Wave at an Impedance Wedge(invited)
N. Y. Zhu1, M. A. Lyalinov2
1 University of Stuttgart, Germany, 2 St. Petersburg State University, Russia
7. Complex-Source Beam Diffraction by a Wedge: Exact and Complex Rays Solutions(invited)
M. Katsav1, E. Heyman1, L. Klinkenbusch2
1 Tel Aviv University, Israel, 2 Christian-Albrechts-Universitaet zu Kiel, Germany

Friday, May 24, 8:50-11:50 (Room F)
<24AM1F> Inverse Scattering and Imaging
Chairs: Daniel Sjöberg, Sweden
  Karl J. Langenberg, Germany
1. Analytical Point Spread Functions for 3D Full Vectorial Inverse Source Imaging(YSA Paper)
G. Schnattinger1, T. F. Eibert1
1 Technische Universität München, Germany
2. Using Spatial Processing Based on the Double Weighted Fourier Transform for Eliminating the Multipath Effect(YSA Paper)
S. Knizhin1, M. Tinin1, Y. Kravtsov2
1 Irkutsk State University, Russia, 2 Institute of Physics, Maritime University, Poland
3. Born Approximated Inverse Scattering Using Beam Basis Functions
T. Heilpern1, E. Heyman1
1 Tel Aviv University, Israel
4. Performance Evaluation of a Microwave Localization System Based on Pulse-Compression Technique for Breast Cancer Detection(No Show)
A. Golmakani1, M. Nakhkash1, R. Saadat2
1 Yazd University, Iran, 2 Yazd university, Iran
5. Reconstruction of Boundary Perturbations in a Waveguide
Norgren1, M. Dalarsson1
1 Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden
6. Performance Improvement of an Inversion Algorithm for the Reconstruction of Lossy Dielectric Cylinder
M. Tanaka1
1 Oita University, Japan
7. Material Characterization in Partially Filled Waveguides Using Inverse Scattering and Multiple Sample Orientations
D. Sjöberg1, C. Larsson1
1 Lund University, Sweden

Friday, May 24, 14:00-16:00 (Room A)
<24PM1A> Scattering and Diffraction-2
Chairs: Paul D.Smith, Australia
  Yoshio.Inasawa, Japan
1. Numerical Examination on Effective Permittivity of Periodic Structure by the FDTD Method
K. Matsumoto1, M. Yokota1
1 University of Miyazaki, Japan
2. Scatterometry of Diffraction Gratings: Time-and-Frequency Domains Technique
K. Sirenko1, G. Granet2, P. Melezhik3, N. Yashina4
1 King Abdullah University of Science and Technology, 2 Blaise Pascal University, France, 3 Institute for Radiophysics and Electronics of the NAS of Ukraine, Ukraine, 4 Institute of Radiophysics and Electronics, Ukraine
3. RCS Reduction of Dielectric Resonator Antenna
Y. Shang1, Z. Shen2, S. Q. Xiao3
1 University of Electronic Science and Technology of China, P.R. China, 2 Nanyang Technological University, Singapore, 3 UESTC, P.R. China
4. Designing multilayered wire-grid polarizers using a Monochromatic Recursive Convolution Finite-difference Time-domain Algorithm
S. Banerjee1
1 Sumitomo Chemical Co. Ltd., Japan
5. Muffler Resonator Partially Filled with DNG Metamaterial(invited)
D. Erricolo1, P. L. Uslenghi1
1 University of Illinois at Chicago, USA
6. Diffraction from rotationally symmetric ensembles of open and closed arbitrarily shaped screens(invited)
E. Vinogradova1, A. Shafalyuk1
1 Macquarie University, Australia

Friday, May 24, 14:00-16:00 (Room B)
<24PM1B> Antennas: General Aspects-2
Chairs: Kwok.W. Leung, Hong Kong
  Kunio Sakakibara, Japan
1. Effect of Photoinduced Plasma on Radiation Characteristics of a Vertical Electric Dipole
K. Nishimura1
1 Ryukoku University, Japan
2. Improving Signal Integrity in Time Domain Measurements of Antenna Boresight Fields
S. R. Rengarajan1
1 California State University, USA
3. Flexible Dual-Band LCP Antenna for RFID Applications
D. L. Paul1, L. Zhang1, L. Zheng1
1 University of Bristol, United Kingdom
4. Analysis and suppression of reflections in far-field antenna measurement ranges
M. Sierra-Castañer1, F. J. Cano2, L. J. Foged3, F. Saccardi3, G. N. Kawassaki4, L. d. R. Raimundi4, S. V. Rezende4
1 Technical University of Madrid, Spain, 2 SATIMO, France, 3 SATIMO, Italy, 4 Instituto Nacional de Pesquisas Espaciais, Brazil
5. Improved Evaluation of Sommerfeld Integrals for Microstrip Antenna Problems
D. Chatterjee1, S. Rao2, M. Kluskens2
1 University of Missouri Kansas City, USA, 2 Naval Research Laboratory, USA
6. Loss Evaluation of the 60-GHz Small Antenna in the Package for Wireless Data-Transfer Systems
Y. She1, R. Suga2, H. Nakano3, Y. Hirachi3, J. Hirokawa1, M. Ando1
1 Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan, 2 Aoyama Gakuin University, Japan, 3 AMMSYS Inc., Japan

Friday, May 24, 14:00-16:00 (Room C)
<24PM1C> Numerical Time Domain Methods-1
Chairs: Rolf Schuhmann, Germany
  Erion Gjonaj, Germany
1. An Implicit Time-Domain Scheme Magnetic Field Integral Equation Application to Arbitrarily Shaped Conducting Objects(No Show)
R. Aghajafari1
1 Islamic Azad University-Karaj Branch, Iran
2. Filtering and Transmission Characteristics of Optical Wave in Lattice Grid with Lossy Clad for Optical CT
Y. Miyazaki1, K. Takahashi1, N. Goto2
1 Aichi University of Technology, Japan, 2 The University of Tokushima, Japan
3. Cylindrical FDTD with Improved Time Step Size Based on Hybrid Newmark-Beta Discretization
S. Kirsch1, R. Schuhmann1
1 Technische Universität Berlin, Germany
4. FDTD Analysis of Induced Current of PEC Wire Which In Contact with Half Space Lossy Ground by Using Surface Impedance Boundary Condition
T. Arima1, T. Uno2
1 Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology, Japan, 2 Tokyo University of Agricultural Technology, Japan
5. Construction of Discontinuous Galerkin Time Domain Methods for Maxwell's equations on staggered grids(invited)
E. Gjonaj1, T. Weiland1
1 Technische Universitaet Darmstadt, Germany
6. Structural Aspects of Regularized Full Maxwell Electrodynamic Potential Formulations Using FIT(invited)
S. Schöps1, S. Baumanns2, M. Clemens3
1 Technische Universität Darmstadtor, Germany, 2 University of Cologne, Germany, 3 Bergische Universitaet Wuppertal, Germany

Friday, May 24, 14:00-15:40 (Room D)
<24PM1D> Electromagnetic Sensing for Underground Applications-1
Chairs: Danilo Erricolo, USA
  Masahiko Nishimoto, Japan
1. Evaluation of Electromagnetic Scattering from Heterogeneous Soils for Ground-Penetrating Radar Measurements through a Simple Modeling
K. Takahashi1, J. Igel2, H. Preetz3, M. Sato1
1 Tohoku University, Japan, 2 Leibniz Institute for Applied Geophysics, Germany, 3 Liebniz Institute for Applied Geophyscs, Japan
2. Radio Channel Models for Search-and-Rescue Missions into Collapsed Structures
C. Oestges1
1 Université Catholique de Louvain, Belgium
3. Imaging of Objects Near Rough Surfaces Based on Time-reversal Signal Processing and Surface Flattening Transform
A. Ishimaru1, C. Zhang1, M. Stoneback1, Y. Kuga1
1 University of Washington, USA
4. Electromagnetic Scattering by Multiple Cavities Embedded in the Infinite Ground Plane(No Show)
A. Wood1
1 Air Force Institute of Technology, USA
5. Wireless interfaces for sensor networks embedded in tough environments
N. Carvallo1, R. Stefanelli2, D. Trinchero3
1 iXem Labs - Politecnico di Torino, Italy, 2 Politecnico di Torino - iXem Labs, Italy, 3 Politecnico di Torino, Italy

Friday, May 24, 14:00-16:00 (Room E)
<24PM1E> Mathematical Modeling of EM Problems-1
Chairs: Paul D. Smith, Australia
  Kazuya Kobayashi, Japan
1. On the Relevance of Two-Dimensional Sources for Modelling Optical Emission from Layered Media(YSA Paper)
A. Epstein1, N. Tessler1, P. Einziger1
1 Technion - Israel Institute of Technology, Israel
2. Antenna Pattern Reconstruction by Spherical Vector Waves for Spherical Antenna Measurement
Y. Miao1, J. Takada1
1 Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan
3. On the generalized Jordan's lemma with applications in waveguide theory
S. Nordebo1, S. Gustafsson1, A. Ioannidis1, B. Nilsson1, J. Toft1
1 Linnaeus University, Sweden
4. A Mathematical Framework for Propagation in an Open Cavity
A. Ioannidis1, B. Nilsson1, S. Nordebo1
1 Linnaeus University, Sweden
5. A Well-Conditioned Algebraic System for Scattering from Eccentrically Layered Circular Cylinders
F. Dikmen1, S. Vatansever1, Y. A. Tuchkin1
1 Gebze Institute of Technology, Turkey
6. Stored energies for electric and magnetic currents with applications to Q for small antennas
L. Jonsson1, M. Gustafsson2
1 Royal Institute of Technology, 2 Lund University, Sweden

Friday, May 24, 14:00-15:40 (Room F)
<24PM1F> Hybrid Methods
Chairs: Giuliano Manara, Italy
  Prabhakar H. Pathak, USA
1. Introduction to the Hyperasymptotic Technique in High-Frequency Computational Electromagnetics(invited)
D. Chatterjee1
1 University of Missouri Kansas City, USA
2. Efficient Hybrid Simulation for Maxwell-Schrödinger Problems
T. Takeuchi1, S. Ohnuki2, T. Sako2, Y. Ashizawa2, K. Nakagawa2, M. Tanaka3
1 Nihonuniversity, Japan, 2 Nihon University, Japan, 3 Gifu University, Japan
3. Application of Fresnel Zone Numbers Localization for Equivalent Edge Currents Line Integration(invited)
M. Ando1, M. Ali1, P. Lu1, T. Kohama1
1 Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan
4. A Hybrid Numerical-Composite UTD Ray Analysis of the Radiation by Large Locally Convex Conformal Arrays on Large Platforms(invited)
F. Puggelli1, P. Pathak2, M. Albani1, P. Janpugdee3
1 University of Siena, Italy, 2 The Ohio State University, USA, 3 National University of Singapore, Singapore
5. RCS Computation of a Relatively Small Complex Structure by Asymptotic Analysis
A. B. Gorji1, R. C. Janalizadeh2, B. Zakeri1
1 Babol Noshirvani University of Technology, Babol, Iran, 2 University of Tehran, Iran

Friday, May 24, 16:20-17:40 (Room A)
<24PM2A> Wave Theory, Electromagnetic Properties and Applications of Composite Nanostructures and Nanomaterials
Chairs: Filippo Capolino, USA
  Takuichi Hirano, Japan
1. Periodic and Quasi-Periodic Graphene-Based Reconfigurable Surfaces(invited)(YSA Paper)
J. Perruisseau-Carrier1, A. Fallahi2, E. Carrasco1
1 Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne, Switzerland, 2 DESY-Center for Free Electron Laser Science
2. Graphene Non-reciprocal Electromagnetic Activity at Microwave Frequencies(invited)
D. L. Sounas1, H. S. Skulason2, T. Szkopek2, C. Caloz1
1 Ecole Polytechnique de Montreal, Canada, 2 Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, McGill University, Canada
3. Passive Core-Shell-Based Metamaterials to Control Infrared Emissions(invited)
S. D. Campbell1, R. W. Ziolkowski1
1 University of Arizona, USA
4. Wave Mixing by Periodic Nonlinear Semiconductor Multilayers
O. Shramkova1, A. Schuchinsky2
1 Queen's University Belfast, United Kingdom, 2 Queen's University of Belfast, United Kingdom

Friday, May 24, 16:20-17:40 (Room B)
<24PM2B> Fabry-Pérot Resonant Cavity Antennas
Chairs: David R. Jackson, USA
  Yiannis Vardaxoglou, United Kingdom
1. The Use of Reflection and Transmission Models to Design Wideband and Dual-Band Fabry-Perot Cavity Antennas(invited paper)(invited)
B. A. Zeb1, R. Hashmi1, K. Esselle1, Y. Ge2
1 Macquarie University, Australia, 2 Huaqiao University, P.R. China
2. A Comparative Study of Directive Antennas from Two Different Approaches(invited)
O. Quevedo-Teruel1, Y. Hao1
1 Queen Mary, University of London, United Kingdom
3. Leaky-Wave Analysis of Fabry-Pérot Resonant Cavity Antennas(invited)
D. R. Jackson1, X. Guo1, D. Wilton1, F. Capolino2
1 University of Houston, USA, 2 University of California, Irvine, USA
4. Advances in Conformal Antennas Based on High Impedance and EBG Metamaterial Surfaces(invited)
J. Y.Vardaxoglou1, G. K. Palikaras2
1 Loughborough University, United Kingdom, 2 Queen Mary University of London, United Kingdom

Friday, May 24, 16:20-17:20 (Room C)
<24PM2C> Numerical Time Domain Methods-2
Chairs: Rolf Schuhmann, Germany
  Hideki Kawaguchi, Japan
1. High Accuracy Models for Source Terms in the Nonstandard FDTD Algorithm
J. Cole1, N. Okada1
1 University of Tsukuba, Japan
2. Space-Time Discretization of Maxwell's Equations in the Setting of Geometric Algebra
M. Klimek1, U. Römer1, S. Schöps2, T. Weiland2
1 Technische Universitaet Darmstadt, Germany, 2 Technische Universität Darmstadt, Germany
3. Three-dimensional Time Domain Boundary Element Method with Initial Value Problem Formulation(invited)
H. Kawaguchi1, S.Itasaka1
1 Muroran Institute of Technology, Japan

Friday, May 24, 16:20-17:20 (Room D)
<24PM2D> Electromagnetic Sensing for Underground Applications-2
Chairs: Danilo Erricolo, USA
  Toru Sato, Japan
1. Signal Processing for Extraction of Target Response from Distorted GPR Data
M. Nishimoto1, D. Yoshida1
1 Kumamoto University, Japan
2. Numerical Green's Function for Radio Frequency Tomography with Complex Geometry
T. Negishi1, V. Picco1, S. Nishikata2, D. Erricolo1
1 University of Illinois at Chicago, USA, 2 Mitsubishi Heavy Industry, Ltd., Japan
3. Time-Reversal Imaging Based on Random Arrangement of Transmitters(No Show)
M. Razavian1, M. H. Hosseini1, R. Safian1
1 Isfahan University of Technology, Iran

Friday, May 24, 16:20-17:20 (Room E)
<24PM2E> Mathematical Modeling of EM Problems-2
Chairs: Zhongxiang. Shen, Singapore
  Akira. Komiyama, Japan
1. Numerical Analysis of the Two-dimensional Pillar-type Photonic Cristal Waveguide Devices Using Spectral-Domain Approach
Y. Nakatake1, K. Watanabe1
1 Fukuoka Institute of Technology, Japan
2. Mathematical Justification of the Exact Absorbing Conditions Used in Time-Domain Analysis of Open Axially-Symmetrical Structures(invited)
P. Smith1, O. Shafalyuk1, L. Velychko2
1 Macquarie University, Australia, 2 Institute of Radiophysics and Electronics, Ukraine
3. Plane wave scattering by a braided cylindrical shield using Method of Regularization(invited)
K. Lock1, P. Smith1
1 Macquarie University, Australia

Friday, May 24, 16:20-17:40 (Room F)
<24PM2F> Recent Advances of Electromagnetics in Medicine
Chairs: Akimasa Hirata, Japan
  Takashi Hikage, Japan
1. Development of Biological Tissue Coagulation Device using Microwave Energy(invited)
K. Saito1, M. Inoue1, M. Takahashi1, K. Ito1
1 Chiba University, Japan
2. Impact of the Human Walking Motion on BAN Diversity Effects
K. Honda1, K. Li1, K. Ogawa1
1 University of Toyama, Japan
3. In vitro Assessment of EMI from RFID Interrogator on Implantable Cardiac Pacemakers and Implantable Cardioverter Defibrillators(invited)
T. Hikage1
1 Hokkaido University, Japan
4. Wireless Technology for Occupational Dosimetry Implementing Medium Range Sensor Networks
E. Pievanelli1, R. Stefanelli2, D. Trinchero3
1 iXem Labs - Politecnico di Torino, Italy, 2 Politecnico di Torino - iXem Labs, Italy, 3 Politecnico di Torino, Italy