Webinar: Frequency selective surface: Theory and Simulation

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Webinar: Frequency selective surface: Theory and Simulation

May 25, 2020

School of Electrical and Electronics Engineering (SEEE) is organizing a Webinar on the topic ” Frequency selective surface: Theory and Simulation” on Monday, 25th May 2020. The webinar aims at providing an overview of basic concepts of repetitive surface (such as the screen on a microwave oven) designed to reflect, transmit or absorb electromagnetic fields based on the frequency of the field, known as  Frequency selective surface (FSS) and its design.  Frequency selective surface (FSS) is a spatial filter, used to pass or block a desired band of frequency. It has useful applications in the field of RADAR, wireless communication, and sensing.
In this webinar, basic working principles of FSS and it’s a simulation in a well known commercial software CST Microwave Studio will be discussed.


Details of the webinar are as follows:
Topic:  Frequency selective surface: Theory and Simulation.
Resource person: Dr. Arnab Pattanayak, Post Doctoral Fellow, Zhejiang University, Hangzhou, China.
Expected participants: Students from ECE/ physics background with basic knowledge about Electromagnetics or Antenna (limited to 75 participants)
Date and time: 25.05.20 @ 2:00 pm to 3:00 pm
Webinar platform: Zoom


May 25, 2020